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order psons the blood
and thus irritates the
restof the body.
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and you EM.,
be relieved. For dissiness, lack-o
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PSm --a D -Small Pri
hiumansa and Grippe, i.ik Or
&~mary Colds, Require Calo
tabe, the Purified and Refined
Calouel Tablet. That Are
NMasmleee, Safe and Sure.
Doctors are warning the public that
simple colds a~nd mild cases of influ
eMSa often lead to pneumonia and
other serious complications. They
say that every cold should receive im.
mediate attention and that the first
tpi the Itreatm10nt is to make suire
t*|.*elvr scie For th.'s:lir":s
best and mont agreeable laxettive.
One taalotab at hed time with a
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iestion and aptit h e'd u rnin
whaty oappetit fordbreakfast. Eat
solor our protection, e'eotab ni,
recommend and guaranu"tlotaips
and are author i t reun th rice
SF YOU HAD A
WdETn 11R IT
Sortary Aluai ISYS Sala
rios Are Tee Lgw-Uany
''Ther. will be me reduete Is the
number of employes of the Depart
meat of Commoree, as ire are work
Ing with a ahortage of peresMuel Is
may of the bureas at the present
Ume." today declared Joshua W.
Alexander. Seeretary of CmmoRee,
who is preparing his Sammal report
to Congress. which will ask for in
creased compensation for many of the
employee of the bureaut.
Secretary Aloxander declared that
the present low pay of expert and
neientifne workers of the Department
of Commerce bas resulted in a large
number of renignations, many of
which have not been filed. This ap
plies particulirly. he declared, to the
Bureau of Standards and other
bureaus of the 4epartmeat requiring
scientifie and expert workers.
$'They all seem to be going out, but
no&e seem to ebo coming in." declared
Secretary Alexander today.
Recommendations that the salaries
of.this class of employee be increased
at least 26 per cent will be made by
the Secretary In his annual report to
Congress, he said.
As to the. general run of employes
in the Department of Commerce In
the classified civil service, the Secre
tary declared that he was heartily in
favor of the 331-3 per cent increase
to be recommended to Congress by the
In further egort to build up the
foreign trade of the United States
by representatiop in foreign coun
tries by commercial attaches and for
eign trade commissioners. the Secre
tary will ask for a' large appropria
"If we are going to compete with
the other nations of the world in ob
taining foreign trade, we must con
tinue to build our force of trade coin
missioners and commercial attaches,"
said Mr. Alexander. "This means that
we must have highly trained men anel
we must pay them sugficient money
to keep them."
Secretary Alexander believes that
the Purvey made by the class
ification commission, showing how
the standard of efficiency can
be rais(d by higher pay to Govern
ient en.ployes will preve a big heip
in moving Congreis to a more liberasi
view In granting inerasta compensa
tion to The thousandj of underpaid
Governme.nt employee in Washington.!
GRL ADMIRE G
TALK WiTH PRESIDENT
D. C. School Pupil Shows Wilson
Collection of His Photos.
Miss Olive Chace. a fifteen-year
Western H igh School girl, who has
kept a scrap book of pictures that
appeared in the papers depicting
President Wilson in various poses,
since the President took office, had
the' satisfaction of showing them to
the Presirdent a few days ago, it was
said at the White House today.
Miss Chace. who lives with her
parents at 5300 Belt road northwest,
has been an ardent admirer of the
President, and last week her mother
wrote to the Prefsident telling him
of the admiration of her daughter and
of the work she had done in collecting
the pictures of the President.
Mrs. Wilson asked Miss Chace to
come to the White House and show
the pictures to the President. Miss
Chace said toay that the President
showed much interest in her collec
MRS. McKEE BEQUEATHED
ESTATE TO RELATIVES
Husband to Receive Annual In
come of $5,000.
The estate of Mrs. Frances Dunn
McKee, who died at her home. 1752
K street northwest, on Noveinber 2,
is bequeathed to relatives, according
to the terms of her will which yester
day was flied for probate'.
After bequeathing $500 to each of
her cousins, Mary H. Dunn and Ellen
M. Dunn, the rest of the estate ii
devised to the husband, David Ritchie
McKee. He is to hold it in trust and
to receive from it an annual income
of $5.000 for life. Upon the death of
Mr. McKee, the estate is to be divided
among children and grandchildren.
The will of William J. White. dated
March 20, 1920, leaves his entire es
tate to his wife, Mrs. Eatelie Camp.
Mrs. Bernice B. Shelton is named
executrix of the will of George H
Shelton, U. S. A., whose will was filed
for probate today.
CREW OF THlE MAYFLOWER
All TAKE OUT INSURANCE
Drive for Reinstatement Bearing
Fruit, Officials Find.
All officers and enlisted men on the
President's yacht. Mayflower. have
taken out additIonal war risk inur
snee or converted their policies into
new investment insurances.
The action 'of the Mayfiower's per
sonnel is evidence that the bureau',
"reInstatement" drive, which is being
conducted this week among veterans
of the world war. is producing results
In connection with the armistice
celebration this week, booths will be
established at the Willard, Washing
ton. Ebtt hoteis and Union Ittation.
At these bonths veterans may learn
the detaIls of the bureau's insurane
BENEFIT CAME INJURY
MAY RESULT FATALLY
AiA1..N1%WN, Pas., Nov. 10.--ln a
game for the bepetit of the family of
Howard ShIner, killed a month ago
in a football entest, injuries were
suffered by lon ard Moore, which, it
i tfenrod. will prnve fatal. The same
teams rplayed. the Hianna A. ('. f
''iatqnn,i and $t. Aloy iue, of
Moore. quarterback for St. Aloysiup,
wa badly hurt in a tackle, and the
amgos say a hidaq was & ed
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