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D I /■ ■ I " War Brought New Hpoch to ) Medicine and Knife j j j , I I j 3.—What may ONLY 12,000 MKN IN WAR HOSPITALS 'N. E. A. Staff Correspondent. WASHINGTON, Mare! be L-rmed !n niedlcal science the "war surgery period" in America is about to pass. This means that for the wound cd in the war about all that human skill can do for them has been per formed. The number of wounded Americans In hospitals in Europe and America was! 277,000 at the lime of the armistice. The* present number of 12,000, all ln lh« 14 military hospitals In the Untied Stales. Surgeon General Ireland was told to day that It had been reported that in the last few months high-class special is!«, surgeons and doctor» had left, the that many wounded weye, left in the hands of men of little experience. "Nothing to it," said General Ireland. "By just saying the wortTevery big spe cialist in the country would come a runnlng to help us." General Ireland pointed out that sur had been reduced from 31,000 to geons iv w, 2.22T>. or 93 per cent., and Colonel Wil liam H. Moncrlef, chief of the section of surgery, who had charge of all Ihe surgery, pointed out that 93 per cent, of the major operations from Injuries have been performed. "They all worked faithfully till the armistice was signed," said Colonel Moncrlef. "Prom then ou we had h hard Umo. But we discharged no men that we couldn't gel along without." wa ov ■ rseas COLORADO. WYOMING FAVOR PERSHING WASHINGTON, D. C-, Maroh ^-5\ y OinlMg will ptolge Its vote lo Persil Tic If he is a , ,indidale for the I-r«*l - W w . . î .... f ^ thnl fh#* \W not the shadow of « doubt that uie VX> )mlng Republicans would send a TledS uii delt'glt'On to Chicago for hhn." sa d wa urit g.u. Jii vu r 5ir. '''OKS. "If h'9 U not a candidat«. Wô will - nd ail unrestricted deleirition HO *Jll > ii 1, 1. * , to Mm '•ago. .'Ill II "II he read) I - when the time is propitious. 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Mat., 50c to $2.00. 4 4 4 4 * y ✓ 4 4 > 4 4 > SEATS NOW Prices 4 / / i ^ 4 3 Days Only Com. Mon.—Mar. 8 4 '4 12 A. H. VVooos Present» the k-uinge theatre, N. Y., Success > 4 4 Business Before Pleasure 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 !» By Montague Glas» and Jules Eckert Goodman Potash and I'erlmutter in the "Fiilum" Business 4 y o' 4 * y n • n * Evenings, 50c to $1.50. bargain Prices—wed. Mm., so c to $ 1 . 00 . 4 \\ 4 4 4 —SEATS THURSDAY— MAIL ORDERS NOW. > 4 4 4 4 / IWrAJESTIC xVJLtheatre hUEEN 4 f »■ / 4 ✓ ; THEATRE 4 4 4 4 4 5 4 You can tell how good the show is by the sire of the crowds. You're Missrig a Treat IF YOU DON'T SEE 4 '4 K ✓ Ik / 1 4 TheSixBest WALLACE Cellars tit ¥** ¥ ¥¥ / 4 4 .* 4 4 4 4 'ï ✓ .* A Corking Tale of Popping Corks. 4 4 4 'f 4 1G / V DOUBLE SPEED' jl QKuxzamapfrtavJlfftetan Cast Includes; WANDA HAWLEY THEODORE ROBERTS and TULLY MARSHALL. —COMEDY— MR. & MRS. DE HAVEN, t BEGINNING TOMORROW It's the Greatest American Vice. 'Miat Is It? SEE 4 4 4 4 4 7 4 4 4 4 Ethel Clayton / / ✓ / / *• 4 / « 4 / —an— The 13lh Commandment / 4 4 4 4 C —m— / "HOODOOED. Paramount Comedy. SXXXNNNXNNNNXXXXNNXVXXNXMXXXNXVXX'XXNXXXNVNXXNXXXXxi'' ' ' / 4 I ' 4 dun.' in »Urting lh« laco. Make .'I more t>f the»« and continus .1** at Arid until you have llnlshcd mail ing the »pact*« ut Uiu vottom of the bell, before idngl« crocheting. Kasten the bell to the one made be fore wilt I a »lip slltch or »Ingle cro chet stitch, and In turning make the single crochet »ttlches and pled which finish the bell and bring you to the proper side to chain It stitches and start the third bell. MH* VI.GUI ABI K This U the time to start a hotbed for early veg lobte». TW» will mean a gain of four to »I* weeks over oirl door planting. In other words, radishes may be- ready for the table at the time the Urst seeds can bo planted outdoor»: and «uch plants a» tornaïoes. peppers, cucumbers ami melons will have a sea son six weeks longer than that afford ed *►)• the garden. MV sTt.llV PUT l RE HUI IJOS ST. PAH. ST. PALL. Marotl 3—Folk» here are baffled by the appearance the other' morning of picture of the Virgin v ■: 1 ;i ' 1 ''' itif1 1 i • of tile window of George A. Crawford's shoemaker »h< V- Artist «aid thu draw ing was 1h« work of « g-Jilus. Ttiere reason to IhinW anyone had en was no lered Use »hop during the night. Craw fowl, who is a nojro, Uilnk» It a g od omen. SI \in IIOTBKU now human Interest, practical There s suggestions, glorious opportunity*—a chance for everybody In the want ads —Adv. _. ml A T 'T' fY K] AJL/ 1. ! CODAI u'' 1 ' Tom Moore III M Goldwyn Sueresa Plelnrc ONE OF THE FINEST. Vs Good as lb Title IIKgT TOMORROW A New FRANK KEENAN PICTURE ' • • ___ ^nxnnnxxnxnxxxnxxnxnxnnn; > n t a i7ii Aimr w 5 PI A Y HOUSt / ^1 Wfl IiIvwmL ^ ^ î mi î nu 1 1 » x 11 ■ h I w * 2 S / 8 8 S 9 8 8 »? ; / Laurette Taylor e 4 » 1 Dipeel ion fieorne < • Tyler, in I. HARTLEY MANNERS / Beal PU; / / One Night in Rome / / / PRICES 50o. lo $2. j f * i predicts non-stop FLIGHT, 4,340 MILES I BV III.MlV WOOD. ^i .rr I ^ ** "■ (United Pres« PARIS, FVL. SO Fly Mall.) Aviation has now been developed to a point where an airplane, theoretically, ut least, can ily for *1.950 kilometers (4,340 miles) without stopping. This Is tlie conclusion which has Just been presente»! to the French Academy of Science» by Monsieur Ra taud, one of the best qualified Fi-ench scientists on the subject. Rateud's report shows the possibilities of the airplane today as calculated from the standpoint of algebra, engineering and every science that enters Info aviation. While the conclusions reached by Ra taud exceed In each instance what the airplane has accomplished to dal«', yet they are mathematically, and *i leally correct as to what today plane is capable of doing. As regards distance, iwfiud has rem onstrated 4hat flying at an altitude of I r.2»2 meters with a double reserve of of today Is capable of a continuous flight of 6.9Ö0 kilometer». As a matter of fact, of course, «is Ringest non-stop Hloiit to l# •' , .3dd kUomsta-s, RsUud's «*!»■ «imitons imply that no accident other deterring clement enters Into flight, ontlf ulr gasoline tho airplane - Begin "tackin' 'em down" now— „„„ l ie want ads for every possible need, ILLUSTRATED LECTURE^ A Naturalist in the British Guiana Jungle" —by— WILLIAM HFFRF w t Society Of Natural His 1 v' f 1 ^ >M ' varc ailli <'>6 r , >cu L-entury dub Ihursday, March 4, at 8.15 p my NEW CENTURY CLUB ubhc Invited Admission Free j ?***********"'VVVVVVVVVVVVVV vvwvvv\v»v\vwvvv\> tvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvwvvvw i \o C. O. /). Salesladies Wanted. So Charges. Salesladies Warded. ; r j STPttt ; 603 MÄF _ "üfo Home. TäsAianablt Creations ; 1 \ ; * ; e * $6,000 DRESS SALE \ * ;> ; ; * » ; The Most Stupendous Sale of New Spring Dresses Starts Thursday, Mardi 4, al 10 a. m. Offering the Most Extraordinary Values ! i * y * * * * * * * * ; If Purchased Elsewhere These* Dieses Would he $40 lo $75 ; $ 29.50 - ; These handsome Spring Dresses are in the finest qnalilg Taffeta, Tricotines, Satins, Charmeuse , Georgettes, Crepe Meteors amt combinations. A good mang bund embroidered and beaded. ; c ■* * ■» *A\ ,i ih I w 1 r 1 *A* iHt a? - 'C * f k À \ * » / k m'Æ AfV (I iV I l Km \ t\ m / 1 m if- » < 0¥ \v u ' 'I 7 I V m Us.' t 1 m }i rV\ 1 !» a i t: ) 5 'J,* y À i J* / ' à. 1 ■ <, îi > i 7 88 a 5S N- u f f, f ' 7;« » ! n i YMJ * ; it I : y r * \ * fl - ■ * ; > f\\ ■ 1 1 j * < \ « 7 \ l m , Î ! ; 1 >4 * * ' 4 .* \ COLORS All the favorite new spring col ors. n a v g and black predomin ating. Then there are newer blues, fans. greg. etc. STYLES Presenting every new the m e in Afternoon a n d Street Frocks. Featuring short sleeves, p u ff e d. draped , bouffant or tunic skirts. Basque and coatee blouses. Every frock ;i brand new, distinc tive model. At this specialized low price, tomorrow's assortment pre scris the maximum in Style, Quality and Value. SIZES 1\ TO ' 18 . I SPIIINC, I I t VMM. I OR t.ltl .KMIOl Sl-.S Greenhouse- should be cleaned this month, spraying the entire Inside with very w ■ ou g Kord aus mixture, iind'ntc " U " K ■''» moving soil from Um benches. beuche« B-iDiihl 'bo wliltnwukivl before refilling, and Iho soli should be slorll Uort w'lth steam, or formalin or by bnklBff. , combined, »fier re nie SPOKANB, Mardi 3-Jim Trohphy's mule balked. Came then his buss. R K. Tlsley, and kicked the beast In the ribs. •'Maud'' mioved. "Why didn't you tell me to release her brake»?' 1 quer led Torphy, "Fd a-done It If I'd under stood her meolianhun." Ml l.l : MM II AMI S PI /./l.E IMIS Mil MM ALL Il) mi/I III Iti.U U IIV lit III.I \H> TOLEDO, Morrh 3—They a mi'I all booxo IxirgUrles, say the boy» here who claim to khow. Lots of fellovvs with bts'auppllos don't watt to pwy taxes on ttMr cellars. Tliey change depots during the night then iphone lh« cops and My It was the work of thieves M. I». ( ANT GIVE IIIMSf.I.r \ SHU I TOLEDO, Mardi 3—A doctor «an l |rre»erlhc liquor for himself, «wording to a dry ruling here. Who watte lo be a »avvtione anyway? _ <5 y it \\\\\\\\\n\n\n\\\\\\\\\\\\vv\n\\n\\n\\n\\\\nnn\\ THE GARRICK \WNWV i y 5 A*romance of <.««••«« Irh Villnuc. frulurinn Marlin l.ie, t.nrrlr Itoilsj, / U ilbur Cusliii'.iii unit a t lever I.pally of Musieal Coined) Z i.voritc», diren.-d by New,,.«.,. ^ Holland and Oden, Coined). 1.111 und AI rak. Comedy. > William Hilly. IrMi Uelod). Carson and Willard, Ijoincd). fh* Brower ii" Mum Itekoiini. i qnllllirUl, g Ihe DeVlolm->. Aerobiil- Hamid I loyd, I mnedles. W\\\\\\\\\\\\'A\\\\\\\\\\\\XX\\\\N\\\\\\\N\\\\\\\N\\v 1 V. Week of March I Afternoons at 2.30; Niglils. S.15. ••THE SPIDER." , i y y y y i y i K ASTON STRIKK TIIOIC.li I oVF.tt. [ KASTtiN, M«J., March 3.- -It begins to | look now ns though Hi" backbone of the strike of the employes of the Kas- , ton Furniture Factory had been broken. Acsterday afternoon olglil more strik ers asked Manager J. \X lloslrour for tlielp places. ))« gave them work at the same pay they were receiving when they walked out a week ago. 1 his mi KKV mini « ARBI F.g \ nillKAT SPOKANE. March 3—Will Frisby. rtioe el'-pk, saw and heard a feathered song |>i«r mi Hie Ihn'.. of bis budding apple tree, -i don'* think It I» a sign of spring," t«ij » Frl»by, **My only nxison for mentioning It. h tli.it the bird was warbling the opening bars of "Poor Brftwfly." IS YOUR^** DOG SICK?^v 1M - in' I- I I, I. » IUTION build ni* n I » u daf - I iflrrn HKKltf. \N T*N 1*0«. . or monry l>**k— x. \f or (|>KH—»»lUr»«(lnn »(AiiiUrd fur 40 y by limit from u». free Do R Book uplrtr Mtlmriit tlutrl r«*lk Miller Drug ( •., • oiiUiuing « M rlli* Indaiy. I Iur., Klrbmonil, >«. QUICK RELIEF 2 ■ : i Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets That is the joyful since Dr. Edwards produced OHfl Tablets, the substitute for cslomsL No pining tittle t and bowels to set normally. They never force them to unnatural ecttefe Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are n soothing, healing, vegetsUe compound mixed with olive oil. If you have a bad taste, bad hrseth, feel dull, tired, are constipated or bilious, you'll lind quick and sure re sults from Dr. Edwards' little Oliva Table is at bedtime. 10c and 25c e bos. results from those tablets. They cause T „ - the Urst SAVOY TODAY FATHERS AND MOTHERS "It'» Your Duty to S«c" AND TELL YOUR CHILDREN to »ee— [ lie Sins of the Children WITH ALMA HANLON AND STUART HOLMES Adapted from the great novel by Cosmo Hamilton If youth but knew what age has learned.