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william i. VI at- on IJC darCS Disease Once So ' Deadly, is Easily Treated cure is found DEATH RATE NOW 4 OUT OF 100 BALTIMORE, Md» March 19.—Dlph therla, once so deadly, Is now so well understood and effectively treated In Us ilrst stages that, according to Dr. Wll Uam T. Watson, specialist on the sub Jecl, but little opportunity or Incentive offered a younger physician lo specialize In "Intubation," the only operation which can save the patient once the disease develops in Its more malignant forms. Slatistlos reveal that formerly four out of every ten stricken with the dis case died, while now not four out of 1(J0 die. "The treatment and cure for dlph terla," said the physician, "represents one of the greatest triumphs of seien tlllc research. The remedy, anll-loxln, was not found by mere accident. II was not discovered by haphazard chance. The cure was worked out by painstaking scientific work and numer ous experiments In laboratories. The disease was studied step by step until the theories concerning It was per-1 fected." Though the disease Is so well known | that any student can diagnose a case, take a culture of the patient's throat and administer the proper treatment within twelve hours. Dr. Watson said that the number of cases is as numer ous as ever. While diphtheria has lost Its mystery and ^ seen mostly In Its lighter and less dangerous forms, there are some features of It now so rarely In evi dence, according to Dr. Watson, that > diphtheria has become one of the most unique of Infectious diseases. It Is rarely allowed lo develop into mem braneous croup; that Is, to pass from the nose and throat to laryngeal diph theria. When It does, antotoxln Is not a sufficient restorative, but It is neces >1 r » •frf gt CJBinci ~ R e s i n o 1 over that cut and see how it heals Little cuts and scratches are aggra vating and painful, and they can even become dangerous if infected. Prevent such a condition by cleansing the in jured spot well, and then applying RESINOL OINTMENT. Its gentle antiseptic balsams soothe while they heal. A physician's prescription, and recommended widely, — it is no longer an expeq/nent to thousands who have used it successfully for various skin a flections. At all druggists. I i ANT'S 1916-1920 1916-1920 A A Birthday With A Real Significance Birthday • That Pays You Well 615 Market Slreet THE SHOP WITH THE STYLES. Open 9 A. M. Close 5 30 P. M. Saturdays L'nlll î» P. M. The Merchandising Event of the Season Tomorrow—The Last Day of the Extraordinary Anniversary Sale Offerings All llie New Spring Coats Regular Prices t il 20% off Are Marked ,v ,A ; I\\ 7 The response to thl« rourfh anniversary cele bration of Grant's has been tremendous. Wil mington has been most cordial to Grant's and Grant's, at Its anniversary, lakes this liberal and unusual manner to show Its appreciation. Gome to the store tomorrow. Your Easier and Spring, apparel will moan big savings In money, as well as certain fashion. 4TH ANNIVERSARY SALE 11 ; I Skirts «ST Y $20.00 COATS ARE $16.00 \ $30.00 COATS ARE $24.00 $40.00 COATS ARE $32.00 $50.00 COATS ARE $40.00 $60.00 COATS ARE $48.00 ETC., ETC . OFFERS 10% Off REGULAR PRICES The widest choice of skirt« In the city beckons you with this unusually attractive offer of 10 per cent. off. For to morrow only, can It hold good. Regular All Waists lô% Off Prices x Fop Tomorrow Only, Every Wulst In the Store Included. ( s, Furs at 20%0ff Regular Prices TO ALL WHO KNOW GRANT'S FURS, THIS ANNOUNCEMENT HAS A WONDERFUL MEANING AS PART OF OUR ANNIVERSARY OFFERINGS—IT ENDS TOMORROW NIGHT I sary to Insert a small hard rubber lube to facilitate breathing. * "Intubation Is very simple In theory," explained Dr. Watson, "but la a most delicate operation In practice, requiring accuracy and quickness. The slightest, fumbling on the pari of the surgeon moans, culling off the breath and death. The operation Is made more diQlcult by the fact that It must be per formed entirely through, the sense of touch. It Is, In reality, a sort of 'plumbing' operation In ttio narrow es. part of the windpipe. One of the great est obstacle» to success i» uiat the • work must be done rfmost always j while the child Is struggling to get Its breath." j CHESTER, Pa., .March 19—When Miss I Sara Benjamin awoke this morning at THINKS BURGLAR USFJI DRUG her homo on Twenly-lhlrd street. near Madison, she experienced a sensation ' of peculiar drowsiness and would have succumbed to the Inclination to take anorlher nap bad not the sun beamed i through her window. The appearance ' °f her room when she surveyed il look ' all the sleep out of the young lady i however. She had had a call from a i burglar while ahe slept, everything was turned topsy-turvy and her poo k^book was missing, Calling her mother, Mrs. Susan Ben tamin. and her brother. Ulrich. Miss Benjamin and her relatives made an inspection of the house and found lha! he burglar had stolen a pocketbook belonging lo Mrs. Benjamin, while sll verware and other articles of value wore m'sslag. Two dogs that slept In iho nouise were snoring on a nig Mcrn bors of the family think the b irglar diugged them as well as the dogs as they slept, Doctors Recommend Bon-0pto for the Eyes Physicians and eye specialists pro scribe Uon-OptoRs a safe home remedy In the treatment of ey*« roubles and to ■trengtheneyesijrht. Bold nnde<-money refund guarantee by ail druggist* Sia :3T3IESß®iCAarpe Accounts SolMtsdWBBBSSBBlÊÊOBtÊKEr Mavteon & DeMan$ 1215 Chestnut Street r l Philadelphia The Annual Sale of Furs One-Halt Off! at S Fox, Wolf and Lynx Scarfs Choker Scarfs 19*0 29*0 Value 39.00 Value S9.00 29*0 44*o Value 59.00 Value 99.00 39*o 49*o 1 Value 79.00 Value 98.50 49.50 89*o Value 99.00 In Tiup«, Brow«. BhiiA. Poiret, Kamchatka, Geor gette. Value 197.00 Of Natural Mink. Ston, Marten. Hudson Hay Sabi, and F.sher : ( ■ Fur Coats . Marmot .. Taupe Coney ... Hudson Seal .... Natural Muskrat Jap. Mink . IihIiiIj New 71.50 97.50 117.5(1 155.00 „ ■■■ 245.00 C| A.\ Extensive Assortment of Fur Stoles, Muffs (I J and Coatees at proportionate reductions! H' A Small Deposit will reserve your purchase In our storage vault« until next Fall. 1'aymcn's to he continued throughout the Spring and Summer. Mail Orders Efficiently Filled LâEEJEEElSr'.'i'SISISS^iSfiLiftcr/y Bonds Accepted ,SJS s ••••• 150.00 I ... 195.00 ... 295 00 .. 310.00 .. 490.00 ' I i .a =: WILL TALK OF t.KIlM VM . Arthur G. Jaokson. of Philadelphia, a member of the Friends' Service Unit, ora-anlzat'nn aprç'olirled to lake over the task of j| gtr | but inR food to such ()f chlaireu and nursing mothers j u Germany d* the unit foj.î«l were ßU ff er ing from undcr-nourlshment, will dtllver nn a(WrMt m Friend»- Meeting] u n ,| SB Fourth and West streets, next j M 0nday night, at 8 o'clock. Having, j U(d returned from an extensive trip j ; fi oiisrfi Germany his first-hand Infor- i , nw t| 0n will be authentic and Interest- | lng _ gpgCIAL CASKET FOIt MO-POUND WOMAN. COLUMBUS, March 19—A special casket had to be built here for the burial of Mrs. Margot Ell. wo weighed j 300 pounds. V V TJJ I V y Gives you a good clear complexion. If youf dein is sensitive and liable to break out with pimply humors ût times try treating it night and "morning with Rose-Vel salve. It's very nourishing, acts as a tonic to the akin and heals eruptions and humor,—Row-Vel ■■ also good for cult, burns, chapped or crocked kps or hands. T'Y Al *n druf atere* U«. >nd 2 Su. STRONG One bottle of pure, emulsified Norwegian cod liver oil taken now, may do you more good than a dozen taken a month hence. It's more economical to give your body help beloro resistance to disease is broken down. A very little Scorrs Emulsion OF PURE NORWEGIAN COD-LIVER OIL goes q long way in sustaining strength and keeping up ro> instance. Resolve that you will buy a bottle of Scoff's Emulsion at your druggist's on your way home, and start protecting your strength. ^ Tbe fidBsln trad« of cod llwi «II used ta Scott's FnaulaUa u the fa mots« **• A H Pructss." made 1« Norway aud rrCurd In out own America« LaUtraumaa. It U a guarantee ol purity au4 «ulaubLiljr unsurpassed. . •kUlt A fctfWU«, IkMBtftcU w * IM N. B. DANFORTH Graduate of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. Prescription Druggist Eight Graduates of Pharmacy and Qualified Assistants. Market and Second Streets. iS A Special Department for Trusses, Abdominal Belts and Surgical Appliances We carry a full line ol ST» Abdominal Supporters, Seamless Elastic St *ck Vw ings, Shoulder Braces, fjw Ankle Braces, Suspensor> ym Bandages. Crulchcs, Gem B |_ Ear Phones. All Fitting Done by Competent Assistants. A Woman Attendant Danforth's Dependable Drug Store Market and Second Sts. ^g»oeoooaoooeoo oo o a oo o ooooooo e oeoooccoooooeœcr<oeorog>a. n We give the mechan ical treatment of hernia or rupture our special attention and fit all our trusses with an abso lute guarantee at rea sonable prices. K* 8 & p ii ; :ocoo: S 8 I Values That Will Make Brisk Buying at Miller's Tomorrow— Home Making Time Is Now 8 8 s Now when you can furnish every room in the house AS IT SHOULD BE FUR NISHED. FOR COMFORT, FOR CHEERFULNESS, FOR CONTENTMENT, FOR HAPPI NESS, consider Miller's YOUR HELPFUL S.ORE—here for but ONE purpose—TO MAKE IT HAPPILY EASY FOR YOU TO BE THE LIGHT-HEARTED POSSESSOR OF EVERYTHING THE HOME NEEDS. 1 * L [Ijjjj! + lit If hi gpBPSUiiJi lül i a m : . I g f ' '** IfwwtwiiBrl '3 i '---"-"jf,' "j I I rui'mmimnWtitt . •i"ilFl!tIfWl ' l • \ 9 V f'j^K r LI 4-pc. Fumed Oak Livingroom Suite, Only 29.75 ' 8 A high-grade, sturdily constructed four-piece diningroom suite, as pictured, except that the reclining pieces have solid wooden saddle seats instead of the upholstered seats shown. May be purchased on our liberal Club Plan arrangement. 'J ^ Tliis Large Size r -i Splil Rattan /- - ^ Clothes L ft /? l\ HANDSuiviE BIG Hamper Saturday Only T l loor Lamps » s Complete With Shade, $1.45 Ä $14.75 ■ ■>] ft i ■ An Ideal receptable for your laundjy. Constructed of tough split rattan, with reinforced, tight-fitting cover. A great value, ' t <_ Beautiful silk shades, In several de sirable and cheerful colors. Mahog any finished stand. Worth double this price. AC .T* £ This Handsome Couch m** fr*: \ -■ Lett > ' 'dH?' ]; v . , <.-$■ h* h Khu• • • -X". : L .«U xx u - . WëM -v'-' / t > n Strictly high grade Couch, upholstered In excellent quality black duPont fabrikoid. 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II \KHIHKCRU 1XOOOOOOOOOC/5030 Announcement We have openea an exclusive fur shop J where we will manufacture high-grade §i Summer and Winter Furs at reasonable tymjjhfc ^■1 8 , i X Reinodcliiiir of Furs V. r n I ! will be a feature of this shop. Bring in your last season's Furs and have them made over in up-to-the-minute styles. l' FURS C* fi 8 8 JLKJSSS^ro?55S5o5SoSoK5555G Stored Remodeled All Work by Expert Furriers. Fully Guaranteed Insured Delaware Fur Shop Manufacturers of High Grade Furs 221 WEST SEVENTH STREET Phone 8418-W. A. J. FEUER. S. PARELMAN.