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Last Two Days of d5IIOAluai mWek
&0 tlIII l l\ IK 3llll I The time is short for you to make sure of getting one of these famous Mirro Aluminum Sauce Pans, regular $1.10 value at the special introductory price of 49c, also regular 30c Mirro covers to fit at 19c. Go to any dealer listed below at the first opportunity. The stock of pans is limited and is moving fast the offer closes Saturday night. Remember these are not ordinary pans, they are 11/2-Quart, Straight-side Mirro Pans made of pure aluminum rolled under heavy pressure, in Mirro mills, to give long-lasting service. They combine beauty, convenience and durability. Mirro Ware is used in thousands of kitchens. Look at these six features of durability and convenience. 1 One-piece hollow steel handle with 3 Stong, flat-headed rivets keep 5 Famous, silvery Mirro finish. thumb notch, and eye for hanging. the handle firm and secure. Heavily plated. Rust-proof. 6 Famous Mirro trade-mark, and 2 Tightly rolled, sanitary bead, free 4 Smooth, rounded edges are your guarantee of excellence from dirt-catching crevices. easily cleaned. throughout. Even Woman Can affordNlRlRO utensils This introductory offer is made to acquaint you with the many advantages of Mirro Aluminum utensils. We know once you have used a Mirro utensil you will always be a Mirro user. While you are obtaining your Mirro Sauce Pan, look over the entire Mirro line, consisting of hun dreds of aluminum cooking utensils. Note the thick sheet aluminum of which Mirro utensils are made -their many points of convenience- their ever The Mitre Celeild T" Kettle lasting beauty. The Mirre SeV-Basag Reuter Every woman can afford Mirro Aluminum. Mirro prices, always moderate, have been reduced to pre war levels. And besides a low first cost, they last a lifetime. If none of the stores listed below are conveniently located to you, send 60c for pan and 25c for cover to our factory-address below-and we will send them parcel post prepaid. ALUMINUM GOODS MANUFACTURING COMPANY General Offime: Manitowoc, Wis., U. S. A. 7e Mirr. Celeoal Cee Pot akin . BreeythW in Alunum The Mirre Cdeidl Docble Bel" Go to any dealer listed below and get your bargain price Sauce Pan early. This special offer ends Saturday night. This is your last chance-act now. WASHINGTON Anacostia, Do Co S. KANN SONS CO. MRLN BARBER & ROSS, 1t and Ws t G Sts. N. W.Brsic- an&So H. F. DISMER, 3124-3126 14th Wn oeedsSn,1-9N St. N. W.Meani St. DULIN & MARTIN CO., Inc., er A Co., 4 Mr 1215 F St. N. W.GitesrgToa&C. 4%, Street S. W.PooaSt David Weinberg, 530 HatvleHatvleHw o Seventh Street N. W.Rokil-adH.Wfed M. Frank Ruppert, 1021 VRII E. Fingerhut, 1538 Twelfth Street N. E.Alxdi-RE.Kgh&So .3. L Cutrell, 3509Chrotsil-oign&Pyon19 * - A Fourteenth Street N. W. R .Hri o Ed wa'rd Cooper, 1506W.TMatndwCo Kraemeir & Duehring, Inc., 1532 Clee-lreHw o J. H. Katz,4-618 Eibr-uhSu A. Gordon (Atlantic Hdw. Co.), 2014 FlsCuc-.N yc .F Street N. W. arsnugWitnHw o Capitol $hoe Findings Co., 637 Mnsa-.C aee H Street N. E.MtJakoC.MShnn M. Goldstein, 905StntnBYN DETSOR M Street N. W. Sehn iyJh .Hnl Charles H. Schutt, 3120 WretnD .Wo o W.C. Barrett & Co., 3148Wyebo-H itnCokHwC. Catol Shoe Findings' Co., 3219WncetrPolsBganSr,13 ...avanagh & Kendrick, 3411 Mi t Georgia Avenue N. W.WETVRIA Columbia Hdw. Co., 3419 CalsTw-.W uaa Penna. Avenue S. E.HaprFer- plnDptSoe L A. incu, 60 M. . Flnn, 51 MutlnbAncostia.d, 30D . QnS ICIESS SAYS WOMNFRUD 'BT H UP Wlabel Carew, Vaudeville Player, Sues Marjorie Norworth for $10,000 Damage. NEW YORK, Oct. 21.-The story of a trip to Purope by two actress friends, the sudden interruption of the tour-end the termination of a three-year friendship-will be told in detail when an action for $10,000 dam ages comes to trial in the supreme court. This became known when Miur Mary E. Caroon, known to vaudeville fans as Mabel Carew. filed suit for that amount against her former traveling companion, Margaret L. Riedy. whose stage name Is Marjoriel Norworth. alleging that her former. friend, while at the Hotel Claridge, Paris, in July, "without provocation. did beat, strike and violently hurl plaintiff to the floor, thereby break ing plaintiff's right arm." According to Miss Carew's attor ney, David Steinhardt. 1640 Broad way, who filed the suit yesterday, his client accepted Miss Riedy's In yikation to accompany her to Europe as her guest last June. They had been friends for some years, Steinhardt mays, and, notwith standing the fact that Miss Riedy was also accompanied by her reguls" "companion," Miss Sadie Sugarman also known an Miss Sadie Barton on the stage and who resides with h". at the Cumberland Hotel. Miss Carew's presence on the trip was de sired because "she had been over the ground and knew Continental lan guages. All went well till July 29. when th6 beating set forth in the complaint is saId to have occurred. SKUNKS ESTABLISH HOME IN BASEMENT OF CHURCH WEST, CHESTER. Pa., Oct. 21.-A family o skunks has taken possession of the basement of the Church of the Holy Trinity, the most fashionable church in the borough. Caretaker Henry Wynn is at a loss how to drive away the animals, but so far they have caused no trouble. Members of the families living near the church have noticed the animals playing about the building. Several skunk families have been found in the borough recently. Some days ago one of the animals invaded a bakery in the central business section. DRUGS EXCITE YOUR KIDNEYS, USE SALTS If Your Back Hurts or Bladder Bothers, Drink Lots ' of Water. When your kidneys hurt and youri back feels sore. don't get scared and proceed to load your stomach with a lot of drugs that excite the kidneys and irritate the entire urin ary tract. Keep your kidneys clean like you keep your bowels clean. by flushing them with a mild,! harmless salts which removes thei body's urinous waste and stimulates them to their normal activity. The function of the kidneys in to filter the blood. In 24 hours they strain from it 500 grains of acid and waste. so we can readily understand the vital Importance of keeping the kidneys active. Drink lots of water-you can't drink too much; also get from any pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a teaspoonful in a glass of water, before breakfast each morning for a few days and your kidneys will act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combin ed with lithia. and has been used for generations to clean and stimu late clogged kidneys; also to neu tralse the acids in urine so it no longer is a source of irritation, thus ending bladder weakness. Jad Salts is inexpensive: cannot injure; makes a delightful effer vacent lithla-water drink which everyone should take now and then to keep their kidneys clean and active. Try this, also keep up the' water drinking, and no doubt you will wonder what became of your kidney trouble and backache. If Ruptured Try This Free Apply it to Any Ruipture, Old or Recent, Large or Small and You Are on the Road That Has Convinced Thousands. Best Free to Prove This Anyone ruptured, man, woman or child. should writs at once to W. U. Rice, 131-A Main Ut., Adams, N. Y.. for a free trial of tim wonderful stimulating application. Just put on the rupture and the muscles begin to tighten; they begis to bind together so that the opening closes naturally and the need of a support or truss is then don~e away with. Don't neglect to send for' this free trial. Even if your rupture doesni other yo wha i the use of wearingnsup ince? Wy run the risk or gangrene and uch danger from amall and innocent ihousands on the operating table? A host if men and women are daIiy running such risk just because their ruptures do not round.norirte at onestor this freetrm, as it is certainly a wonderful thing andt aa sided in the cure of ruptures that were as big as a man's two fists. Try and write at once. using the coupon below. Free Feor Rupture w. a. Rice, Inc., 135-A Main St., Adams, N. T. |Sampla Treatmft of you srrtimulating sppllentionf for nupture. A a e .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 'The American Public Pays $43,700,220.61 a Year for the Privilege and Pleasure of Reading Regularly : THE HEARSTPUBLICATIONS Here is the List of the Hearst Publications' with the latest A. B. C. or Publishers' Statements of Net Paid Circulation. Sunday The New York American .......... 000.1,103,137 Chicago Herald and.xaminer.. 0000 784,066 The Boston Sunday -Advertiser......... 389,187 The San Francisco Examiner......00 292,544 Los Angeles Examiner................ 227,307 The WashingtonTimes............. 115,644 The Wisconsin News.................. 109,892 Atlanta Sunday American............ 111,161 Total ..o. ......... 0........0. .0. .3,132,938 Morning' The New York American.............. 320,123 Chicago Herald and Examiner ....... 344,349 The San Francisco Examiner .......... 153,476 Los Angeles Examiner............... 105,285 Boston Advertiser..................... *72,143 Total .............................. 933,233 .New Tabled. Grewfig at the rate of ..r tha 2.000 a day. Evening The New York Journal................ 649,812. Chicago Evening American............ 384,209 The Boston American................. 284,286 The Washington Times............... *60,929 The Wisconsin News................... 61,115 The Atlanta Georgian............... 47,262 Total . ....... ............... 1,487,613 -Tim. .ow .ir.ust.. a 0..ar 0 0e0 Magazine Hearst's International ............... 400,289 Cosmopolitan .................. ...1,067,912 MoToR .........*. **.*...*..* .. 38,142 Good Housekeeping................... 598,300 MoToR BoatinG..................... 19,321 Orchard & Farm..................... 46,236 Nash's Magazine (London...........6 251,607 Total . .. . .. . .. .. . ....* ... . . ... . . .2,521,267 TheAm~i~~uWeelyHas a circulation of 8129 e AIerlan~eklywhich is not figured in the tota (A part of the Sunday Newspapers) circulation The Magazines, in most instances, sell for more than their con temporaries, while the newspapers, with ohe or two exceptions, sell for 50 per cent more daily and 100 per cent more Sunday, thus showing that the readers of the Hearst publications demand QUAL ITY regardless of price. Local and NationalAdvertisers Spend $40,162,314.68 Net a Year To Reach This Rich, P'rogressive, Responsive, Quality Clientele the Greatest Audience of Worth-While Customers Ever Assembled in the Entire History of Newspaper and Magasine Making. (The figures given above do not include the circulation or ad vertising revenue of Nash's Magazine (London) which has the high est priced circulation in all England).