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Tiin:M).Y i:vi:.ig. ri met aky i. 1917.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT TOWN E PLAGU WORKERS ADJ Directors' Banquet Postpon ed, Many of Delegates Be ing Forced to Leave. The two day's c oir. ention of the täte Anti-Tubei ailosis. bag u- that has i n held in th- t : t Tu -iay nrnl Wednesday rinsed with the meeting held W '1 m -sd.i aftetnuou in the Oliver hotel. It was. de'.Iaied the ino't mi cess f u 1 convention thai the i-t has had in it- history t-.?h as repaid the t tl nt repre sented in the programs and n:t-tiriic-i ui;1 mi so f a r n s attenda n and enthus.tMii is com . i n ' The dl; v torn" l-.irvii-t which was to haVe lift !t .it the 1 V -1" hotel n Wednesday niaht w.i- po.-t poned indefinitely uttiiii; to t.it fa' t that iiicmbcm from the xouthun itiTf p utatives found it i.ertar) to take . lute afternoon tiain for their hojilt 8. mih h two ia ' twiK- li.i'l la si held mi the afternoon, the tinu .it Health win, tl.e local tuberculosis camp, and the second at the olier hotel. I.ttle business had been l-f t for transaction at the I . d .i -t. which Aas to have b. en mo! "f a atrial ni than any of the meetings so far h'dd. What was h-ft undone v ill he taken up y the secretary of the society later in the year. lisMivs S4ml Campaign. Informal di us.sion of lied Cross al campaigns took place at tho .'.lttrnoon Kinn at the Oliver hotel. If.ulers in the counties giving their ideas of methods that should he u.-ed. Mi Mary M. nilvi f I v a n sviile. executive secretary of the Va ml i Lurg Anti-Tuberculosis societ'. told of both encouraging .ud discouraging experiences in the disposal of tin seals. She a Im ex plained tile mail sales method, giv ing figures on the results secured Iron) sending .."TT letters. In all $2. "".'j was returned to the Kvansville society. Mrs. William Grcmmelspacher f l.ogalisport. secretary of the Cass ounty organization, commented briefly upon the viu t-ess of school -.lies :n that county. The speaker attributed the ool results t play tntc up enthusiasm and the awfird . 1 1 if of prizes. si Im)o1s selling more than seals were sivon health harts. Mrs. ( iremnw Ispacher praisel the cooperation of the newspapers in the campaign. Hed Cross seals in Michigan ami Illinois were als Iis ussel. Ann Arbor. Mich., heim; taken as an il lustration of a town with a high täte per capita C stamps . Presi dent Thurber of the Illinois Tuber cuhsis asMx-lation, tdd why hi.- state wa defeated by Indiana in tho "mum nt of seals älI. He attritutel the defeat to a late start in the cam paitrn. At tlie lunclieon held at l::.i ('clock at Healthu in. (leoio 11. ollrlen .f South Bend. Miw Mary Meyers of Indianapolis, and Ir. Kric ( rull f Fort V'ane, nave addresses which were to hive h.-en made at the 3:0o session. .Sixty delegates were present. II SOCII71Y to MJiirr. The I a dies' Aid society of the Mupali Kvangelual church will hold its regular nieetiiiK with Mrs. .Ira Ituth. p. 17 S. lifayette M., this fternon at :Jo Vlo k. Mr. Salmon? and Margaret lleiiuzelinan -will assi.-t the hostess iti t-ntertain-iog. An Army of Internal Bathers "ot h.ilf n aiiiliuii l-ri ht. k n. up-t- l.tic Aineri ah L ue t'. .iin.l tli.n Ii.tt rii.il I' Ml.linr i; iiior- s-jontl 1 t. th' ir wa ll I -r thnu i:tcrti:il 1 .;it II. ie fituiel tlirtt tiik.ii M--:i.ii)iui'ily :t tl.- f-l like l;fTT.iii p.. :. tli-la-t IIirr!lhiC N' tMMte ..f thltt ldli-Mls. tired. tierru- Ti M 1 1 . n Imi, lnvli.u by .Naniie's i n l-ai.-r. ih t i-it i. ariu 'V;itT. rt'Uldied 11 tl..- ji.'iu'U.' it;itt' t!le I..UtT I It t 1 i 1 1 thev ;:., tl:. i.l-,lx r-fr-lie.l I. IL.tliil lee,i. "ith II tliir .tulloin .c ilia: in li.iithv j..r.l. hiight. b -1 ; l . U:i r-!. i.iU nS'b'nf . Mi'T .i.i'l c;p. tide ft ' r th' I ie rtf tt'e aiT. Mi Walter .l..:u.4'ii vrifes: "1 y.t n M P.. I. Cascade" .turi'.t frtin : .in.! 1 .mi I lu it Mttrkf,i rijie I !..iii t u! ;int mel li-ine rn- ttie fob-" nrrlvcl .o n. t n.e.l it. I n-.-.I C;i- .nie" : online h 't!!ctli,.n It .ert iin li tjre .1uf h.it T.i! ;iv it ". 1 1 -liV tll.l'se ,1 e feel flue ;Mld LtltlCr.l. All! :iilitT tl.e "l'.l''l J" .l. e .1 weei tj.i . I 'M .l.tl.'l I.ecil It -ft. u lir nt Hnrn m- re nt.ont thl r.i.i l!r krowini: iin.l natural prnct ! j ji,. -j. i' I. :o tl'.e ori-i;.:il hlid !..,t u; ;.:i:iii. e rr tins jurjie. Tin n'tfa-. t ure.i i.v 'h.i. A. Tyrrell. M I. ! holni: !cn :tnl ei;.;.ii:iel Ijy the Ai;.rb-i:i I 'rut: in Ntiutii J -x 1 . Miere mUh umw i-e v.tftlre.1 free i.t, n-.jr. vt " j.irt r,..iaT i o:.ir .n) ivr iVnt rrri-le-'t ni-l i utviil i tij lt'jklet .; ll.- ul.je.t Adr! WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR FEET BURN AND ACHE Il- i Li i Ii tii.i.'-. !.. n.ii:.' li.-U" i t : e etln vhli r..;,r feet .n.-!iinc a ml irt.ln r i:i fatni::. or .i!khi Iri iiird. 1 r tp-e le.it!. er: hu. 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Wro-M will deliver a lecture tn W.i-hmg'.on hall on the Philippines. " ro-.;i is i ri f . r of Contempor ary :t n I Micnl.il history and .-'pa.ii- f-h la ni; uage of Imbuuue college. Th lecture hre will be prof usely ill sj-it rat1! with xteroptican slides. Mr. arid Mrs. William K. Krippeiif .unioumr the nariage if their daughter Adeline Athie to John I. o'Conncll, a graduate of the law d part nint in 1 3 t 2. The niairiae . v ill take place in o.-;kosh. Wis., on Saturda and the young coupb- will he at home after June 1st at -2 4 Clifton av.. Chicago, '(."onnen was manager of athletics at th univer sity for se-eral years and was a' star athbte during his college i-areer. and Miss Krippene was a proiuin-nt ligure in the social actiitis .f South Mend. Jatli families ate r-si-fjents of i sjosh. Wis. The lepaitioent f ecnomic.s will tfve special attention to a new . irse tJariiu,- the next half f the year. "Social Insurance" is the title of th- new course which will be taught under liev. William A. Hol der, the dean of the lepartment of eionomiis. i:ieven new classes will be started in the t olleges of arts and letter ami law. and ten new classes will start in the engineering and science departments. Several special classes have also heen add--d hy the various deans of the de partment. Half of the new schedule will be carried out this afternoon and the regular second half of the year's work will begin Friday morn- mg. Competitive drills among the mili tary cinpanies resulted in the de cision being granted to Co. A or Capt. Uelewyn James Co. The com i.etitive drills todav will be between Co's. and F and the winning com pany will receive a dispensation from drill on the following drill day if the program. LOIH.i: XOTKS. .South Hend lodge. No. 2', I. C). . F.. met for its regular weekly ses sion last night in Odd Fellows tern- I pie. Dr. Charles S. Hosenhury. sec retary of the board of health, gave a talk in which he touched upon general health questions. A masked ball was given by the drill team of Live oak grove. No. 1. Woodmen circle, last night In the W. O. -W. hall, and was attended by 150 members. Favors were award ed to Z. Sund berg. Mrs. William Villardson. I, 'iura. Hubbard and Net tie Nu maw. REV. DOUGHERTY TO TERRE HAUTE Rev. R. H. Crowder of Monti cello to Come to Grace M. E. is Report Received. Word was received in South Hend Wednesday fram Iifayette to the effect that P.ev. Frank K. Dougherty, pastor of Crace Methodist episcopal church lure for the la.t number of years, had been appinted by Hishop Nicholson to the First Methodist church at Terre Haute to succeed Itev. I. P. Harper, who has resigned to gi as a missionary to South Ameiica. The First Methodist is one of the leading churches of Terre Haut'. Kev. K. H. Crowder, pastor of the Methodist church f Montbello. haw h en appointed to succeed Kev. Ioui;herty at South Hen-I. accord ing to the Lafayette report. When asked concerning the mat-t- r Wednesday night. Pev. ix.ugh erty said that he had not yet re word from Hi-hop Nicholson as to where he would be stationed. HAMMERSCHMIDT WILL MOT BE A CANDIDATE lleliewx He tan .ciiiilisi Morv in Court by Stains Out f Ilsu-e. After giving the matter some consideration." declared Judge Ham-mef.-chniidt when nsked about his rumored intention to keep out of the race for city judge in the coming lections. I decided that it would be possible for me to accomplish more in the court during the com ing year by staring out f the race f r an election for an additional four years. "I hae an extensiv- pr.icthe that ketps me well occupied und should 1 vtsh to make a campaign for elec tion it would certainly encroach up on tb time tht I am now able U devote t the wark in the city court. For a tiino 1 eori Jfrei the possi- i bility f enteiin? the race, but from j the ritt I hae been constrained to Ueep din of poutur. i lie judge said further thai ie fearrd that by t-iit ring j-olitics. activtl- his a lo I.ito reloiu in handling he otisi ne.s of the co art woull be curtailed. VITIIN 111.11 '4)KIS. Meniltets adn o Ticers jf Auten Peiief corps. No. 14. are reiuested t niet-t at the home af the late Mis. K. F. Winters. ;(. N. Syca more t . at '. Ylock Friday aft ernoon for NN'. K- C tv.r ices. 00 ATTEND BIG MASONIC BALL Lodge No. 294 Entertains at Place Hall With Danc ing and Cards. Marke. 1 by an attendam-e of aio. the annual reception of th- South Bend lodn. . :M, F. A. M.. j hei la.-t night at Place hall, s'ur j IaM.I any of the previous recep tions yiven h the lodge and prv d ! to be one of ti e season's social suc cesses. iHcoratlor.s symbolic of the or der were in evidence throughout the hall while rosy corners in the hall room made an added feature. Start ling at o'clock, dancing and card playing was enjoyed throughout the evening, the music for the former heing furnished hy the Messäck or chestra. A two course dinner was reived later in the evening. Th executive committee in charge of the affair was composed of F. !. Caldwell, chairman and director; Charles L. Zigler. treasurer; Rich ard J. (Jenge, .secretary, and Phillip I. Xicar. assistant secretary. Var ious ot.'ier committees were also re sponsible for the tsuccess of the event. JUNIORS AND SENIORS NOMINATE OFFICERS Nominees for senior class otlices were made at a meeting of the clasn on Wednesday afternoon. The nom inations for president were: Ralph Pumke, Harlow LIppincott. Edmund 'Donnell and Vernon Smith; secre tary. Katherine Cole, Kthel Phelan and (?retu Kdner; vice-president, Marjorie Hull. Mabel Ctothers and Dorothy Keegan; treasurer, Agatha Clarke. Henry Chillas and Kdgar Itennoe: marshal. Mabel Nickels. Robert Muessell and Charles Keller. The names submitted will tirst be cted upon by the board of control as to eligibility to hold ottice and tlie names will then he voted upon by the class. Keen rivalry for pres ident is expected between Harlow Lippincott. present officer, and Ver non Smith, a former president. The junior class met Wednesday ttfternoon and nominated the fol lowing students for officers in the clasa: President, Florence Sulinger, Edward Morse, George Ilagey, Ray Smith and Eouis Bruggner; vice president. Ruth Mann, Carlie Ruth, Stephen Earns, Walter Matthe and Fred Ducchner; secretary, Margaret Itittinger. Doris Campbell. Ruth Stap;es. Mary Egan, Geitrude Knob lock, and Mary Good; treasurer. Henry Johnson. Harold Colvin, Ed mund Probst, Janet Eeroth and Donahl Itain; marshal. Raymond Staples-, Harold Kendall, Glen Hod s)n. Frank Dyke, Helen Greening and Fred Steele. The elections will be held an soon as the names are passed upon by the board of con trol. JAMES OLIVER II. RETURNS TO CITY Vlo" Ireileiit of I!ov Works IVu-k After Trip In Kuroix ami .South America. James Oliver, II, vice president of the Oliver Chilled Plow works, who has been in Europe and South America for some time, arrived in South Hend Tuesday and reported that his homeward trip was rather exciting as the liner on which he had passage, the Vestris, was con tinually n the lookout for man raiders and accordingly sued an erratic course. According to Mr. Oliver, the sengers would watch the Min into the west at evening on the Ger-pur- pas sink port side and in the morning they would see it rise on the port side. Again they would go below the deck with the sun shining from the starboard and upon retyrning in a few min utes they would tind it shining on the port side. Despite this queer lehavior of the ship the officers would make no explanation. CIVIC CLUB ACTIVITIES Thiu-Mlay Ku-niii. Eos of Indiana meet this aft ernoon. Meeting of the Sample Civic club. An address by Dr. Charles PsenLury on "Prevention of Di .ea5e", illustrated. Wrestling bout. ocal solos and leadings. House committee headed by J. Kaiser. Men's Athletic club meets this evening at 7 ; Ct 0 o'clock. R.-sket I'ali and volleyball. Paths open until i:45 o'clock. Library and' reading rooms also open. No children admitted. William Happ will address the Lincoln Civic club toniuht at 7:0 o'clock on the subject of "The City Manager Plan." Short business meeting. Vocal and piano solos. Constipation Make Von null. That dragpry. listless, oppressed feetin generally result trom in st!jatlon. The Intestines are clo jr1 anil the l!ood Uei-omes poisoned. Relieve this condition at once with lr. Kind's New Life XMlis; this gentl. non-Kripln:? laxative is quirkly effective. A dos at bed time will make you feel brighter in the morninff. Get a bottle today at your drwgnist. 23c. Advt. Kvanselistu" services 'i?in :n lay at Westminister I'i e!' U i 1.1 a ' i h urch. New Neckwear The latest novelties in collars of Georgette Crepe, just arrived. White with edges ot green, gold, purple and cerise at $1.75. Also Georgette Crepe with ill et trimming at $1.25, $1.75. Street Veils, a new assortment of pattern veils, splendid range of quality, at 35c, 59c, $1.00," $1.25 to $2.25. February Sales 1 Muslin Skirts, deep flounces of lace and wide embroid ery, 2z yards around bottom, at $1.00, $1.25 to $3.50. Muslin Drawers, embroidery and lace trimmed, at 25c and 50c. Corset Covers, with yokes of lace, edged with embroid ery, some with small lace sleeves. Priced at 25c, 50c, 75c to" $1.50. Underwear of Silk for Women Corset Covers of Crepe de Chine, with Filet and Ger man Val Lace trimmings, all sizes, with or without sleeves, at $1.25 and $1.50. Envelope Chemice of Crepe de Chine, top trimmed with lace and organdie medallions, bottom lace trimmed, at $1.95 to $2.98. Crepe de Chine Gowns, yoke trimmed with beautiful laces and embroideries. Price $6.95. February Sale of Handsome Waists Over 1,500 New Waists in this February otYering. Made of Finest Silks, Organdies and exerv style exclu- V sive to this store and quality first is our inducement to you at these remarkably low prices. Tub Silk Waists, made of All-Silk Wash Silks, priced $2.50 to $6.00. All Silk Crepe de Chine Waists $3.98 to $10.00. All Silk Pussy Willow Silks $3.95 o $10.00. Handsome Organdy and Voiles, priced from $1.98 to $10.00. Extraordinary values in Handsome Waists at $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. GEN. WOOD SAYS GUARD SYSTEM INDEFENSIBLE TcIN M'nato I'niversal Traiiiiinr Committor It U so Iterative of Inherent Defects. WASHINGTON. Fei-. 1. Maj. tJn. Ieonard Wood, recalled Wed nesday for cross examination before the senate universal training u 1 committee said army officers were not disposed to shirk responsibility for the war department's, short coin ings in its direction of the national cuanl mohilization at the horder. but reiterated that the cuard sys tem was in itself icions and ined ffiiilltV localise of defects inherent In J. organization. Ii response to questions by Sn. I .co l Maryland, a defender of 'tie j put.rd system, at whoe instance the croxs examination was ordered. Oen. Wood admitted that the federal gov ernment's supply plans for the sta-te troops collapsed ten days after they uere lallevl out. and that in certain respects mobilization of the regulars, iike the Kuard. failed to come up to eX ec tatlntl. He insisted, however, .nat a sys Koaerts See Our White Sateen Petacoats Special at $1.00 of Undermuslins Muslin Gowns, also of nainsook, with embroidery and lace medal lion trimmings, short or long sleeves, high or low neck, full length, at $1.00, $1.25 to $3.50. Envelope Chemise, of Batiste and Nainsook, yoke and bottom trimmed with lace, also with em broidery and organdie medallions. 25 styles ranging from 98c to $2.98. Also a splendid asonment of good quality, at 50c and 59c. One P iece All Wool oerce Dresses At 10.00, 12.95 and 15.00 The popular one-piece dresses are becoming more in demand every day. 50 New Ones Arrived Yesterday Splendid models of simplicity; many are elaborately embroidered, others more plain. Silk crepe de chine collars. tem '"without a shatlow of state in tei ftrence", would have operated to much better effect and that the only ultimate solution to the problem would be universal service under exclusive federal control. CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE TO STAY OPEN I'res't (.rillin Salts German Decision May Aflcot lri-e-. Notliin r.sc Hut CllK'ACH, Feh. 1. Joseph Orif :in. president of the t'incao board of trade, when asked what effect the German note miuht have on he board of trade, said: "Germa ny"s tle-ision may have some effect on prices but no other effect. The board of trade will ton- tir.ae äs heretofore, and !eiru' a market tr food products will not close i:niler any circumstances." INFANTRY LEAVES III. I'ASn, Tex.. Feb. 1. The -econd Kentucky reiriibeiu . left Wednesday for Kentucky t be mus tered out of the federal &i'i-e. B: To Our Patrons Our sales tor Januar- were o'a greater than Janu ary. 10 16. You found i m m e n s e stocks of quality lirst merchandise to choose from at prices that were low er than you expected to pay. We have today perfected our plans for February. We ever sold you before. Merchandise c o n tracted for six months ago enables us to sell you t Iiis merchandise" at such reasonable prices. Quality first and al ways the lowest prices. Robertson Bros. Co. February Sale of Summer Wash Dress Materials Every piece of Wash Goods offered in this sale is guaranteed fast color. You can depend on every yard. The prices are very special for month of February only. 200 Pieces of Red Seal Ginghams, the most wanted colors, plain greys, tans and linen shades, I2l2c yd. 150 Pieces of Plaids, Checks and Stripe Ginghams I2y2c yard. l(K) Pieces of 36-inch Full Standard Percales, Indigo and China Blues, Greys and Shirtings, 12!2C yard. 500 Pieces of 32-inch Zephyr Ginghams, sport stripes, handsome plaids, a won derful collection, at 15c and 18c yard. 32-inch Fine Scotch and Parkhill Zephyr Ginghams, wonderful colorings and combinations, Plaids, Stripes, Checks, at 25c yard. 200 Pieces of Fine Tissue Ginghams at 15c yard. 100 Pieces of Embroidered Tfssue Ginghams at 25c yard. Get Ready for Summer During the next six weeks you will have many hours at home to sew a-id make up these splendid Summer Materials. Fine Black Sateens for Bloomers and Waists 15c, 18c and 25c yard. I ft . . r ..:. -r New Waisting Materials in All Silk The New Paisley Silk Cloth, a very popular weave, also used tor trimmings, 4()-inch, at $1.19 yard. "Whip O'Will," a new two-tone Silk, in a variety of -hades tor Waists. In. inch, at $1.25 yard. New Georgette Crepes, in latest spring shades, $1.85 yard. URGE DRY BILL SUPPORT TKKKi: Ii AIT C, Ind., Feh. 1. Resolutions urging support of the prohibition hill by Sen. Jacob Kol sem of Viao county and .s:(.n. CJeorge W. Laney ot Vi'o and l'ark coun ties, were ac opted at a mass meet ing which crowded a lare down town church here Wednesday night. Ministers who were in Indianapolis today spoke at the meeting. Hep. otis Cook, the only Vigo county rep resentative who voted for the pro hibition bill when it passed the house last week, was tendered an ovation when lie was introduced. FIRE THREATENS CITY FoRT WAVXl". Ind.. Feb. 1. The business district of Garrett is threatened by fire which has been raaing uncontrolled since 11 o'clock last night. Handicaped by inade quate water supply, rjarrett. Ken d.illville, Angola and H. and o. fire men have been unable to heck the march of t'l' conflagration, which started in the FIunsd bl.K-k at the corner of ICin and dowans sts.. I.resurnabl in a closet filled with oily wast. Silk Petticoats $2.50 Unusual quality, Heatherbloom many new ideas in tops, two-tone silk llounciners. rockets, belts and trim- Our February Sal6 Never before have we gath ered together such a splendid lot of White Goods as this season. Prices are the lowest of the year during this sale. Fine Imperial Nainsooks at 16c, 20c to 30c yd. Imperial Long Cloths at 16c to 32c yard. Ladies' Cameo Cloths at 14c, 18c and 22c yard 45-inch Fine Imported Batiste for tailor made waists. 50c yard. 20 pieces of 28-inch White Piques for skirts, 19c yd. Immense collection of Piques, Gaberdines, Oxfords, Sport Ducks and Skirtings from 25c o $1.25 yard. 20 Pieces of Soiled Handkerchief Linen on Sale during February at a Saving to You of 50 A certain linen importer discontinued the sale of Handkerchief Linens, because of the scarcity and i;re:U advance. These piece he used as sample pieces. They are soild on th outside. 1 he inside from which we will sell "frcm lirst is perfect. We oifer these qualities to you from 55c to $2.00 a yard. The regular prices were 75c to S4.50 a yard. Just -ne piece of each quality. About 30 yards in each piece. For waists, underwear. February Sale of Embroideries Petticoat Embroideries, new patterns just ar rived, eyelet and solid designs, 12 to l t-inch. A beautiful collection at 35c yard. 12 to 14-inch Cambric Flouncings, great val ues at 25c yard. Underwear Edgings, in Nainsook and Cambric, eyelet patterns, in wonderful varieties, at 2l2c and 15c yard. Other narrow Edgings special at 5c yard. Matched Sets for dresses and underwear in nainsook and swiss, all widths, at special prices. PERSHING'S REAR GUARD QUITS C0L0NIA DUBLAN V.. PASO. Tex., Feb. 1 Taps were blown at th- :i-Id headquar ters of the American expeditionary forces ir: Colon. a InMan at day break Wednesday !' the veteran trumpeter of tlo- cavalry detach ment that had been acting as rear guard of ;en. I'ersbii.g's column. All adobe houses at field head'juar-tei-s were dyr.arnit-d and s Jrpltis forage burned. More thin '" refugees arrived in Tolumbu. N. M.. todav. Winter Brings old to Children. A child rarely tlimush th- Thcde v. inter without a -oid. nr.d every mother should har a reliable remedy handy. Fever. or throat, tight chest and croupy coughs :ir sure symptortr. A dose of I)r. Hell's Fine Tar Hon- will loos ten the phlegm, relieve the .or.ae-ted 1 uns and stop the cough. Its antiseptl pine balam heal and soothe. Fo: oroup. whoopinc rouh and chronic bronchial troubles try Ir. Hell's Pine Tar Honey. At all I.)ruraisT.s, :öc. Adv. Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads AllAVool Skirts The newest model fr now and prin.; wear. Wool Velours, shown in checks, stripes and rbin rolnrs. include mings. Pleated models tor slim tigures. Special at $6.00. Other Models in Poplins, Gabardines. Series and fancv mix tu res at $7.50, $8.50, $10.00 to $19.75. of White Goods WHY SOCIETY WOMEN WASH THEIR OWN HAIR Th-y do. not b-c,tu-e jt i- ,, f , :. but i'-a.;e th;. a bh to .''., r t greatest pOsv;,; h.ii'- be i I be s'ir- They are r.ot it -ll.g a'::t!l::. harm! 'A. The-. e ftl md t tt : j !a.'i!.ii. the hair it i- . t ... , us- a fj:fkes h:ft but U al - v .'. Visa'ol'' to .-(' a pr ep.if :; ij: !;..(! for shampooing onlv. 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