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The Importance of being inodi&hly
dr, , r <i nu lls Itself f*ft more nnd
n „„v, nnd women who have only a
limited nllowimce for clothing require
g.hxl style without extruvaguuce In
„ll ihelr garment!!. This pats the
ulent uml tine taste of designers at a
premium, since style becomes the first
consideration when clothes are se
The new top coats for winter are
rtrnlgld hanging mi l voluminous, with
collars that roll up about the
fare. They tire ample and easy with
Prc iirmholes and a vurloty of belts.
Tin t look warm and comfortable like
the typical smart emit pictured hero.
Miss Marie Klentz, from Fort
Wayne, Indiana, is visiting MisseH
Veronica and Mary Tarleton and Miss
Rose He Santis.
Mis Frances Shortt, of Prince
OtoiKt street, after spending a week
with her uncle. Mr. Wiliiam Short, of
Marley, Anne Arundel county, has
pint' 1 to Frederick, where she will
spend some time with her cousin. Miss
draw Mullen, and also some time at
Brad,lock Heights.
Miss Mary Harlow, of Alexandria,
Va. is the guest of her cousin, Mrs.
Frank U Weller, Arundel-on the-Bay.
Miss iteinee I.ederer, of France, who
has Inca visiting relatives at Marita
bulge, Arundel-on-the-Bay, for the
tumtner, left today to join her
parents in New York, before entering
i convent school on the Hudson.
Major Philip Morton, U. S. Army,
Mrs Morton and two children are vis
it hr Mrs Morton’s mother, Mrs.
Thomas w Smith at Arundel-on-the-
Buy Mrs Morton was before her
marriage Miss Essie femith, of Wash
Mr> J r. Courts motored over from
Washington on Sunday and opened
!<r i ittage at Arundel-on-the-Bay,
"her. she was joined by her son, Mid
shipman Courts, of the second class,
"ho ins recently returned from the
Mimtmr cruise. Dr. Stratton was a
Kas; of iho Courts over Labor Day.
I'artj tin Uracil
M" \mio Graham entertained the
' g' r >•• at Arundel on-the-Bay on
' h‘ at a mirshmallow party
lo at h, in honor of* her guest,
" P -aI.-t of Washington. Marsh
" "'re toasted and a general
s '' i ' m enjoyed. Among those from
•v'tui".’.:s. who were guests, were
'■ ' : aa l.orenzo Senile and Mid
ia I i"ard A. Mahar, both of
" , ri a:ortaitied over the week
' Max. r and Mrs. E. C. Graham
-her summer eotiage.
M t arxel
Bull fiance
from out of town who
* r ! lance at Carvel Hall
1 - were Mr. and Mrs.
j ‘ : ' - v " nnd Mrs. Bowie. Mr. and
'■ ••ml Mr. and Mrs. Bote
j. , "ham are occupying the
• at Arundel-on-the-Bay
r th *' summer.
v * Bar..-. Meyers, who has been
;.rs, Mrs. Grafton D.
V- Mary Ireland and Miss
, ’ ' dell, Duke of Gloucester
1 :1 to her home in W’ash-
Mav ir - .
• t J, 1 Graham, of Arur.dcl-on
- ■ ' terday for Thousand
4 ‘and,- i
Mr. I ‘
i • ror - of London, who has
y ‘ ’ her sister-in-law, Mrs.
~ " ' at Arundel-on-the-Bay,
“ today thence to
rra- •■ ‘, h v hiire <:i ° Will outer her
h er ‘ , !va r 111 hoirfilfvg school, and
: '. r home in England.
?: s:sler of Mrs. St. Clair
r , A ' ls be{>n staying here with
i? ‘ <,|Ve shortly, accompanied
Wi. fcr r ! r;ic ° ® mi| h, her nephew,
‘Ae in S. C., to spend
! Another Little
Paymaster, U*-B .N.
At the Emergency Hospital yester
day afternoon at one o’clock there was
born to Lieutenant Benjamin H. White
U. S. N., Pay Corps, and Mrs. W’hite, a
son. Benjamin Hopwcod White. The
little stranger is the first child and
his advent is hailed with delight. His
maternal grandma. Mrs. Hop wood,
who has been visiting her daughter
i for several months past, Is very proud
of her new grandson.
Miss Betty Lumm, of Washington, is
visiting her little friend, Miss Mar
garet Shea, at Arundel-on-the-Bay.
Lieut. Pendleton, U. S. N., of the
Naval Academy, spent the holiday as
the guest of Mayor and Mrs. E. C.
Graham, at Arundel-on-the-Bay.
John Tyler, of Baltimore, recently
returned from overseas, spent the
week-end with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Tyler, at Arundel-on-the- .
I Miss Fooks, of Berlin, Worcester
county, Md., has teen visiting her ]
-1 rother, Burleigh C. Fooks, a student i
of St. John's College ,lu the class of
1920, who has teen on the reportorial ;
i staff of the Capital during the summer. |
, Mrs. St. Clair Smith and daughter, <
St. Clair, will leave here on September
10, for New York, whence they sail on !
the Leviathan for France, to join Cap
tain Smith, U. S. N„ at Bordeaux, !
charge of the Naval Radio Station at
that post.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Boyle, of Wash
ington, D. C., have been visiting their
tiaugl*er, Mrs. H. C. Brown, Green
street.' They were accompanied by (
- their daughter, Ethel. j
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Mr. and Mrs. William R. Abbott, and
• little daughter, Kenly, of Washington,
’ spent the holiday with Mr. and Mrs. i
Charles B. Abbott, at Abtottsford-ou- 1
Severn. ,
1 Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gill, of Euclid
1 Apartments, Washington, have been I
’ visiting their sister, Mrs. H. C. Brown,
with whom they spent a pleasant ]
1 week-end. s
Entertained i
House Party ,
• Mrs. C. H. Wehlenhoft, Mr. and Mrs. !
J. Libick, and Mrs. Johson were guests
• over the week-end of Mrs. H. C. (
Brown, Green street.
> 1
1 Mr. Archie Glickman has returned
o Annapolis after having spent sev
: >ral days of vacation away front the 1
1 stiff.
Mr. Kelley Cbughlan has . returned
• to Annapolis after having spent sev
eral weeks In a hospital and at his
• home recuperating frpnt an operation,
which he underwent in preparation for
r entrance to the Naval Academy.
Miss Myrtle Armstrong, after a va
cation of three weeks, which she
1 spent in Ocean City and Port Deposit,
• has returned.
Curtiss Main, of New York, is v^sit
• ing his aunt, Mrs. Martin H. Smith, at
® Hillsmere.
Mrs. Paul A. Williams, of Lans
downe, Pa., who has been visiting her
father. John C. Brooks, at Murray Hill
has returned home.
l Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lefller and
r daughter, of Rolftnd Park, Baltimore.
. spent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. Al
- 'bert Leffier at Murray Hill.
i I Miss Miltie McCusker is stopping at 1
i j the Blue Ridge Summit, Penn.
t The Misses Margaret and Esther i
• McCusker have returned from a three '
i ' weeks' stay at Camp Nepaboir, Can- i
ton. Pa. While there they visited Wat- I
; kins’ Glen, N. Y.
The family of Prof. Harold A. Ever- I
i ett, who have been spending some
[ time with Mrs. William H. Burns at *
“Burnside,” Eastport, have returned (
[to their home on Spa View Heights. 1
Mrs. W. H. Burns is visiting her son- a
in-law and daughter. State’s Attorney ‘
and Mrs. Nicholas H. Green, Charles 1
Charles G. Feldmeyer, who has been ]
spending some time at Ocean Grove,
N. J.. returned home last night. Mrs. .
Feldmeyer, her son-in-law and daugh- f
iter. Prof, and Mrs. W. 5. King, and ,
i family are motoring home and expect .
’to arrive this evening or tomorrow
morning. <
Miss Miriam Rice, daughter of Prof, j
and Mrs. H. L. Rice, has returned <
from Cleveland, Ohio, where she spent ;
: the summer with her uncle and aunt ]
| Motored To l
Bine Ridge ;
! W. Meade Holiaday, president of the j
j Annapolis Bank of the Eastern Shore ]
, * Trust Company, has returned from a i
i motor trip to the Blue Ridge mount- <
I I aina, where he went to visit his i
, j brother-in-law, Mr. I*l chart. Mr. Hol-
i 1 laday returned last night nd was at
j his desk in the hank today.
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the evening Capital and Maryland-gazette, ann apolis, Maryland, Tuesday, September 2, mu.
The Stork Bnsy
Oa Labor Day
Yesterday was a busy day with the
stork, that übiquitous bird, which flew
over the Emergency Hospital and left
several bundles of down. Besides
leaving a title Lieutenant in the Pay
Corps to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H.
White, the stoik also left on Labor
I>ay to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sears,
of Best Gate, near Annapolis, a fine
daughter born at Emergency Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Jones are
receiving congratulations on the birth
of a daughter, born this morning
at the Emergency Hospital. Mother
and baby girl are reported to be doing
Dance At
(iaggett Hail
Following the tennis tournament
held yesterday in the county at David
sonvillc by the Tudor Tennis Club,
there was a dance last night at Clag
gett’s Hail, Tracy's Landing. A good
crowd was in attendance, and dancing
continued until two o’clock this morn
ing. Music was furnished by a color- ,
ed orchestra from Annapolis.
Prof. H. L. Rice, of the Naval Acad
<emy. And Mrs. Rice, who have been
touring California the past two i
months, visiting the Grand Canyon 1
and Yosemite Valley and other points j
of interest, have returned to their j
home on Franklin street. x
Dr. Sewell S. '•’Hepburn and Mrs.
Hepburn, who have been spending
the past two months at Skyland, Va..
where Dr. Hepburn has been the phy
sician at this popular mountain resort
for the summer, has retujyied and the !
Doctor has resume<This practice at his
office on State Circle.
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S. P. C. A. AGENT 1
Summary Of Cams Investigated Dur
ing Month Of August Num
* here Thirteen
The following is the monthly report
of the county agent for the Society for
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals for
the month ending August 31:
Cases investigated. 13; horses hu
manely destroyed 1; small animals
humanely destroyed, 18; stables visit
ed, 9.
Detailed Dally Report
August 3, destroyed cat at 13 Mar
ket street.
August 4, received complaint that
parly vacated house at 14 Cornhill
street and deserted three cats; had
said party catch cats and take them to ;
new home.
August 5, disposed of dog at 75
Shipwright street. '
August 6, destroyed dog at foot of
Conduit street,
August 9, at Instance of State’s At- 1
<orney, examined cow at Edge water,
August 12, dcstrowed three kittens
at 160 Prince George street.
August 15, destroyed three kittens
at 198 Prince George street.
August 17, examined sick cat, 132
Conduit street and recommended medi
cal treatment.
August 19. destroyed sick cat at 169
King George street; destroyed five kit
tens for Mrs. Hohberger, Prince ;
George street.
August 20, warned boy driving cart
about using whip unnecessarily.
August 22, destroyed three kittens at
77 Conduit street.
August 26, destroyed horse belong
ing to Mr. Flood, 438 West street.
August 25, worked in' conjunction
with Agent Gasaaway, of Baltimore
S. P. C. A., In investigating shipment
of horses from Annapolis to Galesville.
Case still pending.
August 26, warned two peddlers
alout carrying chickens improperly,
while peddling them on streets.
Phone 271-W. Agent.
f should Jike to inform the pul lie
'hat it is no part of the Agent's duties
to remove living or dead animals from
premises or to destroy perfectly well
animals.. The misapprehension arises
from the that in some cities the
3. P. C. A. has tbfe contract to keep
bhe streets clean of unlicensed animals.
The Annapolis society has not under
taken this work yet, but may do so
later.' -< .■•. , .
Complaint is sometimes made that
cats do not catch mice and rate. When
they do not, It is the owner's fault.
They are not properly fed and housed,
and when in a weakened condition
they can not be expected to discharge
their natural functions as they should. '
The Agent will always give prompt ;
attention to all cases reported Ho him
of the improper treatment of ani- j
mals. - >
' President S .P. C. A.
Phone 335-W.
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There is more Catarrh in this sec- 1
ion of the country than all other dis- 1
eases put together, and for years ft
was supposed to le incurable. Doe- ■
tors prescrii ed local remedies, and
ty constantly failing to cure with lo
cal treatment, pronounced it incur
alle. Catarrh is a local diseasd,
greatly influenced by constitutional
conditions and therefore requires con- ,i
stitutional treatment Hall’s Catarrh
Medicine, manufactured by F. J. Che- 1
ney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, ie a constitu- '
tional remedy, is takes internally and 1
acts thru the Blood on the Macuous
Surfaces of the System. One Hundred
Dollars reward is offered for any case
that Hall’s Catarrh Medicine fails' to
cure. Send for
F. iS CHENEY ft CO , Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall' Family Fills for constipation.
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Results of Baseball
Games in Major
Today’s Schedule
Boston at New 'York.
Philadelphia at Brooklyn.
Cincinnati at Chicago.
St. Loulb at Pittsburgh.
Yesterday’s Results
St. Louis, 5-1; Pittsburgh. 4-2.
Chicago, 4-2; Cincinnati, 3-4.
New York. 3; Boston, 2.
Philadelphia, 6; Brooklyn, 4.
Standing of The Clubs
w. L. PC.
Cincinnati j 82 37 .689
New York 73 42 .635
Chicago 63 51 .553
Pittsburgh 57 58 .496
Brooklyn 57 60 .487
Boston 46 66 .411
St. Louis 41 73 .360
Philadelphia 41 73 .360
Today’s Schedule
Chicago at Detroit.
Cleveland at St. Louis.
Washington at Philadelphia.
New York at Boston.
Yesterday’s Results
Cleveland. 5-4; St. Louis, 3-4.
Boston. 4-2; Washington, 1-1.
Chicago. 6-5; Detroit, 0-1.
New York, 5; Athletics/2.
Standing of The Clubs
W. L. PC.
j Chicago 77 42 .653;
| Cleveland 69 48 .590 i
[Detroit 63 50 .576
New York 63 51 .560 1
I St. Louis ~...61 57 .517 1
! Boston .* 65 62 .470 1
[Washington 44 74 .373!
Athletics 30 85 .261 j
Today’s Schedule
I Buffalo at Toronto.
Rochester at Binghamton.
Jersey City at Newark.
Other clubs not scheduled.
Yesterday’s Results
Baltimore, 7-5; Reading, 1-4.
Newark, 1-0; Jersey City, 0-3.
Binghamton. 1-4; Rochester, 0-3.
Toronto, C-4; Buffalo, 5-3.
Standing of The (Tubs
W. L. PC
Baltimore 93 44 .679
Toronto 88 49 .642
Buffalo 74 60 .562
ißinghamton 66 66 .500
Newark 68 69 .496
.Rochester 60 76 -.441
j Jersey City 47 86 .363
Reading 42 87 .326
To Drive Out .Malaria And Build lj>
The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE’S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula
is printed on every label, showing it
is QUININE and IRON in tasteless
form. The Quinine drives out. the ma
laria, the Iron builds up the system.
! Price 60c.
Sales of the army foodstuffs at the
postoffice have become quite slow fol
lowing the first few days’ rush, and
unless there is more activity in the
buying within the next few days it is
probbale that the offers will le clos
ed to the people of Annapolis.
Some of the products would doubt
less have sold letter if the pefeple who
have an opportunity to buy had known
the quality f them. Many feared the
quality of the foods, but all who have
tried parts of the first delivery, which
was made last Saturday, declare that
the foods are excellent.
In the case of tomatoes, which has
Icen one of the slowest sellers of any
of the foods, the fear was that the
cans, No. 10 size,/were too large for
famliy use. It was generally thought
that a numt er ten can contained ten
potfnds. This is an error. The net
contents of a can of this size are-6%
The fact that these cans are smaller ;
insures a better chance of using the j
tomatoes before they are spoiled. Not j
only is this true, but the tomatoes may |
be removed from the tin and placed in
glass jars, so that if an entire tin can
is not needed at once it is possible to
preserve what is left for future sse
Before placing the tomatoes in them
the glass jars should be thoroughly
sterilized, and after sealing they
should be boiled for thirty minutes.
After this the fruit wilh keep indefi
nitely, and will be found to le as
good as If it had undergone only one;
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Closing the market yesterday seems
to have had a stimulating effect oa the
sales of today, for the offerings and
purchasers were both numerous this j
morning. The prices at which \he ;
commodities were were about
the same as those of Saturday. Sweet
potatoes have shown a drop in the ;
past few days. The increasing quan
tity that has been offered for sale has
towered the price from 35 rents to 25
cents per quarter-peck. *
Trouble comes to soagjjeople sim
ply because it’s too much trouble to
avoid it.
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Big Reduction Dill Be .Shawn In List
'For Fiith District, Result
Of Annexation
Registration officials of the four city
wards, and the several precincts of
the county, ire sitting today in the re
spective polling houses for the purpose
of registering new voters, in view of
the primary election to le held on
Monday of next week.
As hitherto published today's meet
ing of the registrars is for registering
voters and revising/the lists also, in
i stead of a separate day being set apart
for the latter work. In view of the
[fact that there has been no county
wide registration since last fall, it is
expected that some of the precincts
will show substantial increases in
registered vote. Not so, with the
.Brooklyn and-Curtis Bay sections of
the Fifth district, however, a larger
section of which was taken Into the,
corporate limtis of Baltimore City un
der the provisions of the annexation
law that became effective on January
1. last, and In consequence there will
be a much reduced registration.
Governor Harrington has appointed
and commissioned William H. Meade,
of Eastport, Republican, as the minor
ity member of the Board of Supervls
| ors of Elections for Anne Arundel to
fill the vacancy created bv the recent
resignation of Dr. Charles B. Henkel,
of Annapolis. Mr. Meade’s cotnmis
■ slon has been received at the office of
jderk of the Circuit Court Woodward,
fcs is customary with such -appoint
i'ments and he will qualify for the office ■
| at once.
It will he recalled that Dr. Henke! '
I tendered his resignation to the Gov
ernor in the midst of proceedings in
jciflent to candidates filing their papers
t for nominations for office at the forth
! coining primary election. In doing so, !
’ Dr. Henkel asserted, among other
i things, that he had never been permit- |
ted to exercise his rights and privi- !
leges vested in the minority member
of the Election Supervisors, under the
One Of Twins Dies
Harry Wilbur, one of the twins born
on Friday last to Lieut.-Commander
and Mrs. Harry W. Hillj U. b. Navy,
died on Saturday night at 8:15 at the
Emergency Hospital.
It is thought the other twin, John
Clayton Hill, 2nd, has a fair chance to
live. The mother is reported not so
well this morning, having taken cold,
but she has been doing nicely until to
ttay. Her indisposition is thought to
he only slight and due to atmospheric
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QOME day, some Firestone i
*0 user ia going to convincp
you of the true economy of
, using firestone Gray Sidewall
Tires, ~
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But why wait?
Ask op mo I jrcstone users. Bet : ’|j
ter still, ruC; any lire repair
' shop. The vulcanizer knows |
that tho Firestone Gray Side- j
# „ wall fr- the best tire built—so
good ; hat he gets fewer to re- / v :
pair than any other tire of large .
* output
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Let your next tires be jjj
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(Continued from Pace Onei
had a consistent “wet" record in the
Maryland Legislature, voting, as he i
did against ratifying the Prohibition
amendment. Mr. Benson, however,
now in Congress, voted with the j
“drys" for the rigid enforcement of'
the law on the ground that the ttrnend
inent put out of business the legalised
sale of liquor, and that any laxity in
Its enforcement, or any State embar- j
rassments thrown in the way of the,;
Federal authorities enforcing the law, j
could not help the legal sale of xirink,
but would make it easy for bootleg
ging, and the general illicit sale of the j
beverage. Former President Taft was !
also quoted. Mr. Taft, who is not a
prohibitionist, now advocates strongly
the striet enforcement of the amend
ment since It is a part of the Consti- i
tution. Both these men were quoted
< as saying that the amendment had be
come a part of the Constitution in a
legitimate and legal way, and accord
ing to the manner which all other
amendments had been passed, and '
therefore should stand.
The preacher further showed that
the amendment had been passed by
overwhelming majorities in forty-five
of the forty-eight States. 1,1104 State
Senators voted for its ratification,
while only 224 voted against it, and
that in the various Houses of Dele
gates 3,041 delegates voted for ratifi
cation as over against 847 voting
against it. He also showed that it
took thirteen months from the time
the first State ratified up to the time
that the last one fell into/ line, thus
giving ample time for free and suffi
cient discussion concerning the merits
*of the amendments, and for the legis- ,
lators to learn the will of their con
| stituents. Reference was made to the
letter which was sent out by the Anti
; Prohibition League to all the candi- j
dates. Mr. Burgan deejftred that the
Jeter practically tried to pledge the
[.candidates to nullification of the Con
stitution of the United States, and then
| he reviewed the attitude of the coun- j
! try from its beginning to the present |
on the question of nullifying Federal j
law, quotiug Thomas Jefferson, An- :
drew Jackson. Theodore Roosevelt, j
and others. The preacher closed with
• an earnest exhortation that voters
face these two supreme moral issues,
and that if they stood for the reforms
then it v/as their duty, fir.-J, to vote at
the primaries, and second, vote for
such candidates as represented them
St. Martin's Ladles’ Aid
There will be an Important meeting
of the Ladies’ Aid Society of St. Mar
tin’s Evangelical Lutheran Church to
night at 8 o’clock in the church. All
members are urged tg attend.
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Almost Complete Cessation Of Itysl* H
ness And tlnmiml* Of Persons
Flocked To Shores
Labor Day in Annapolis was morn ?X
generally observed c.s a holiday than J
jever before, because of the general %§
.cessation of industrial operations, and *
i the closing of a great majority of the /
j stores. . ' a
Federal, State. County and Munich- -J
I • * ~ ;sjS|
! pal offices we to dosed, and so warn
jthc several banking institutions. Mid- IS
'shipmen ortho new fourth class at the |
Naval Academy were given lilerty to • 1
visit in the city during the day, aa
j were likewise, the large number pt
j members of the upper classes, who
have been deprived of all, or part of
their September vacations because of
misconduct during the late sutnmnr |
! practice cruise.
Picnic parties on the shores of the
; Chesapeake Bay, Severn river, and '
other places near the city, were much
in evidence, and the fishing grounds 1
near Tolley’s Reefs, Haoketl’s Point, i
and other favorite spots, were throng- J
ed ty sportsmen, and a numl er of lino
catches were reported. Many other 2
persons made their departure from >
the city Saturday afternoon, for tho i
over week-end double holiday, and not
a few took .in thb opening of the llsl*
timore county fair at Timonium.
K. A. K. OS. WILL * U
The K. A. K. Os. of Maryland Ave- <
nue Methodist Episcopal Churcli will
hold its monthly business meeting to*
morrow afternoon at 2 o’clock at the
residence of Mrs. Elliott Stevens, 2j
Cedar Park. Mrs. Stevens is acting a
! teacher of the Sunday school class in
the absence of the regular teueher,
, Mrs. Emmet to It. Spencer, who is on
an extended visit in the West, and
will be absent until the latter part of
next month.
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Shantung is certainly proving a big
land juicy lone for the dogs of war.— |
| Baltimore-American.
cuidkly help to sirengtlien
the digestion* stimulate the
liver, regulate* tho bov.ols
and improve the heclth
by wortang v/itb nature. ;
S. 0 M everywhere l • M

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