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XASI~MDIuw AlicRND mNo trace was found ot ay of the NW YORK Nov. T.--Two heid-ups. anit. one ts Date and the other in the be A number ef woten anoag the cAfe " eftlee ot a theater. netted bandits patrons gave up their moey and $. 0. asordias iN pollce. .ieweiry to the bandi who esaped Four bandits held up twenty-five Ia a tauicab. The chauffeur later tod I - of a Drons esf. taking mtoney and the polies he had driven the handIt user of Lew's Theater was black- to sheet hin. GENUINE f1 IstgfjoindYl - forCOD Warnin ! Unless you say "Bayer," you may not get genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for 21 years and proved safe by millions. ARE YOU Accept only an unbroken "Bayer" package which contains proper directions not only for Colds, but for Headache, Pain, KEEPING UP Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Neuritis, Lumbago. WITH THE TIMES? "r n o tabeta-ottee of 4 and 100-An Druggist. to the trees t . t sauer iw amubeteta ifeNsestlesei ter of Ualeruv L The American Public Pays $43,700,220.61 a Year for the Privilege and Pleasure of Reading Regularly THE HEARST PUBLICATIONS 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.................... 1,103,137 Chicago Herald and Examiner...................... 784,066 The Boston Sunday Advertiser................... 389,187 The San Francisco Examiner ...................... 292,544 Los Angeles Examiner............................. 227,307 The Washington Tunes.. .... ...... . ...... ----- 115,644 The Wisconsin News............................ 109,892 Atlanta Sunday American ......................... 111,161 Total .................... ..................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 Tabloid. Growing at the rate of more than 1.000 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 .Tlme mow clrculaties nearly 70.000 MAGAZINES Hearst's International ...... ......................40,8 Cosmopolitan .....................................1,6,1 Mol'oR ............................ ...................... 3,4 S Good Housekeeping ...... ...*........................59,0 Hape' Bazar............~................... MoToR BoatinG ........ . .................................. 1,2 Orchard &L Farmr ....... ... ....... ............. ........................ 21,2672 Hasa irclaionof38,13298 Th's Magazinei ns (L n n......r.............. cnte poare, whl tei nWeeklytho Har tw ecepultionsofs,132,9r .0 per cent more daily and 100 per cent more Sunday, thus showing that the readers of the Hearst publications demand QUALITY regardles of price. Local and National Advertisers Spend $40,162,314.68 Net a Year To Reach This Rich, Pro1 ~Responsive, Quality Clientele - the Greatest Audience of worth-While Customers Ever Assembled in the Entire History of Newspaper and Magazine Making. (The figure. given above do not include the circulation or advertis ing revenue of Nash's Magazine (Lendon) which has the highest priced circulation in all England.) VET PLANS FOR ARMISTICE OAT AREANNOUNCED Soldiers of Foreign Wars to Meet at North Capitol and B For Procession. Orders affecting the activity of the Veterans of Foreign Wars during the funeral procession of the unknown hero on Armistice Day were an nounced today. The veterans will assemble at 7:40 o'clock Friday morning at North Capitol and B streets. The forma tion order is as follows: "Commander-in-chief and staff, preseat and past department com manders, department commander of the District of Columbia and staff, colors and color guard, muffled drums, present and past post com manders, and all other members in the following order: Members in army uniform, mem bers in navy uniform, and members in marine corps uniform, and mem bers in dark civilian clothes. It is requested that as narny members as possible turn out in full uniform. The line of march will be from the Capitol to Arlington Cemetery, via Pennsylvania avenue and M street, a distant of about five miles. Only the medal of honor, the dis tinguishod service cross, the distin guished service medal, and the vic tory medal will be worn by all offi cers and enlisted men of the regular army entitled thereto." MOTHERI Clean Child's Bowels with "California Fig Syrup" Even a sick child loves the "fruity" taste of "California Fig Syrup." If the little tongue is coated, or if your child is listless, cross, feverish, full of cold, or has colic, give a teaspoon ful to cleanse the liver and bowels. In a few hours you can see for your self how thoroughly it works all the constipation poison, sour bile and waste out of the bowels, an you have a well, playful child again. Millions of mothers keep "Califor nia Fig Syrup' handy. They know a teaspoonful today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask your druggist for genuine "California Fig Syrup" which has directions for babies and children of all ages printed on bot tie. Mother! You must say "Cali fornia" or you may get an imitation fig syrup.-Advertisement. Clogged-Up Liver Causes Headache It's foe s1 e from enlpa sick headache, bilomaes= Ainans h~sgin s and I dRied ailments wha Casrte's Litt. .riI Pile wE and *g"L~ table. Act gently n Uer and bewdk -Cuticura Soap -----1 IDEA L For the Hands Thousands Hlave Found Rlief Fa. Rhousmatism dodng th eat aftr years by taking Preseristien A-2MI. It lsa well known ad reliabie remedy, laid by all good -ugsleta er seat by msiai or.00. EIMER &AMEKND, 206 Third Avg.. New Yerh SIST[RS Of CHARITY llAl TN! YA[U[Of I Sisters In Charge of Childi With Great Success fo At the Children's IHome in New buryport, Mass., there are an aver age of sixty children under the lov ing care of the Sisters of Charity, In a recent signed statement the Sister in charge said: "We cheer fully endorse FaSther .John's Medi cine because i our Home it has be come lndipnsable. We uase It, not only for roughi' and colds but also as a builder. We tell our friends that we would not he without It. We have used It with great success and find It to have no equal as a builder." (8igned) The Home for Destitute CThi. Aren. Sisters of Charit y, Newbury Creator Of 'Hide Carts Turns To Stopping Bullets 44. i)u you remember when Fred eric van Rennsaler Day was your favorite author? You may not have known him by that name, but his famous series, "Nick 1Carter," was, a decade and a half ago, the popular reading matter "eaten up at that time. Mr. Day is the in ventor of a bullet-proof glass. which has . been adopted by practically every bank throughout the country. ARMYWILLTEST DIRIGIBLE TODAY AT PLANE FIELD Roma, World's Biggest Semi Rigid Airship. Will Ascend at Langley Field. The "Roma," largest semi-rigid airship in the world, will be given her first American trial flight by American army officers at Langley Field. Va., today. Bearing in mind the tragic fate of the ZR-2, the Navy dirigible which with her crew of American and Bril ish officers and men was lost during a trial flight in England, the army officers in charge of the "Roma s" trials will proceed slowly, taking every precaution to avoid accidents. The giant aircraft, which is 410 feet long, 82 feet wide and 88% feet high, was built in 1918 by the Ital ian government for carrying hombs and other war materials ov-er the Alps, but was sold to the 'ntted States War Department for 1185,0'10. The airship was dismantled last July and brought to Norfolk, Va. More than two months were required to re-assemble the craft. The "Roma" has six twelve-cylir der engines of 400 horsepower each, and an estimated speed of eighty miles an hour. Her cruising radiu4 at full speed is 3,300 miles, though this radius is extended to 8.000 miles at lower speeds. The lifting capac ity of the craft is thirty-eight tons. During the short experimental trials today the "Roma" will be manned by seven officers and fifteen men. Her ground crew, however, numbers about 250 officers and men. The War Department will use the "Roma" for experimental purposes and for training officers and men for airship work. VILLA PLANS RE-ENTRANCE INTO MEXICAN POLITICS MEXICO CITY, Nov. 7.-Officials today qvidence keen interest in what they believed the return to politics of Francisco Villa at Torreon. Presi dent Obregon in an interview praised Villa's public spirit in offering his pos sessions to the poor. Uneasiness was apparent in some circles owing to the unsettled political conditions in the state of Coahuila. It was feared Villa m iy have been in vited to re-enter politics by commun ists following the disturbances at San Pedro. NECK BROKEN IN GAME, WILL DIE IF HE SNEEZES BUFFALO. Nov. 7.-His neck broken. Maurice Daley. end on the Sub-Park Hiigh School football team, lies immovable in the Sisters' Honspital today. Surgeons say that if he sneezes he will die. Daley was hurt yester day while attempting to break up a wide end run. Rushed to the hospital. Daley wris still unconscious when Drs. Hanley and Burke attempted to set the dis located vertebrae. WILL HOLD EXAMINATIONS FOR MESSENGERS NOV. 19 An examination for messenger boys in the Government service will be held on November 19 and De ceanber 17. it was announced by the Civil Service Commission today. The salary offered is from 8360 to $480 a year. including the bonus of $20 a month. Applicants must have reached their sixteenth, hut not their eighteenth birthday on the date of the e-xamination. The examination is not op'en to girls. T PROY[N AMHR JOHN'S M[DICIN[ en's Home "Have Used It r Coughs and Colds." In a great many insiiteutions of a similar character throughout the country. Father .John's Medicine is what the nurses in charge depend upon to keep the children well and strong. They know that it is en tirely safe because it is free fronm alcohol and dangerous drug. Many similar letters of endorse ment have been received from homes. hospitals and institutions, and the names and copies of the letters wili be sent on r-equ'st. Father .lohn's Medicine is a dec. tor's prescription, and 1a pure and wholesome. It has had more than sixty-fIve year.' success for colds, throat troubles and as a tonic and had halda~ REPORTS OF HOG ISLND AUSTION DENIED BY HEADS Shipping Board Manager Ex plains Plans for Selling Prop erty at Philadelphia. a, Usnieral Isetee. Denial of published reports to the ef fect that Hog Island, world's greatest shipyard, and the ship village ai join ing are soon to be put on the auction block by the Government were made today by Sidney Henry, commer cial manager of the United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Cor poration. "The statement is misleading." Henry said, upon his return from Philadelphia, where he conferred with Mayor J. Hampton Moore. The purpose of the conference, he said, was to formulate plans for the stimulation of public interest in the ultimate disposal of the property. to the end that the Government may eventually recover the greatest value from its sale. "Strews was laid on its special advantages that should appeal to Philadelphia," Henry said. "These included its splendid water-front de velopments, railroad anu *-insporta tion facilities, all of which afford Philadelphia remarkable opportunities to develop it as a railroad and shipping terminal." The plans for auctioning off the Fairview, Canden, N. J., and Ilarri man, Bristol, Pa., housing projects re main unchanged. INGROWN TOE NAIL TURNS OUT ITSELF A noted authority says that a few drops of "Outgro" upon the skin sur rounding the ingrowing nail reduces inflammation and pain and so tough ens the tender, sensitive skin under neath the toe nail, that it can not penetrate the flesh, and the nail turns naturally outward almost over night. 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