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U RESIGN FKOM RED CROSS KM Mrs. Lowthorp and Mrs. Cook R«tir« at Official* Aft«r / Long Scrvict TOTNTON KVKNtm TIMES, THURSDAY, MAT 4, /1923. EPISCOPAL BISHOP , Wilson Tells Senate Candidate FAIL TO RECOVER HI15 PROHIBITION To Keep Out of Missouri Race BODY FROM CANAL paychoioirlat In th* third of her aertci of lecture lait e-venlnc at The Con temporary auditorium ' I t la hard t o . . . . , think " asserted Mian Buchanan that ... * r»»rular monthl merlin* of I. »hy thert are more people at t i e Hie T i e n t n ( hapter A merle, nn Hed m«v le« t h a n ther« are In attendance TO GIVE AWRFM OH "SCIENTIFIC THIN'IMG" "What you ar« Is the rnult of an accumulation of mentality whlth ac cumulation affect* your health ap pearanoe financial ilandlnf--In fuel _ KT IX)l IK Mo M« 4-A letter Mr Ml«don r. i o n t l v w n t i Mi \v l e v e r y t h i n g about ou ' aald M l s s l ' m * "·· COOi*, Ht T«llt DlO- from former 1'retld. nt \\ilion a d v i s - "' n ""klnif h s u d v u c l i t , , ,,, Helen Fer«*r«on Uuchanan p r a c t i c a l , . _ , » _ L ... inir him not to complicate tbe con- wVen'''^.''7/nT J d'".',Ue,V'I ,?n Vl'' test in Ml»»ourl hv Iwcomln-. a c a n - ,«,-· U f» be' w a s n pm r mm" l*'t dldttte for the Democratic nomination ni » hml lots of mor\e t i n lu t f r I nlted Htates Menalor has bem * -am|ai«-n 18 Will-PLAN WELCOME TO VISITING TEACHERS TRAINING ALUMNAE DINNER NEAT VEEK CM«, to Combat Dry Movttntnt I he leala-natlons of 1/othorp and Mr§ ^ v o n t e r i a v Mm H ru nc is (" Charles ilnuell ( ook ns secretary ness In l i f e are affected by"t"he'woi K- aj»d memler f t h e e x e c u t i v e Ixmrd i | nK . o f t h o ,,,b- ( onaclous mind Mist here tonlRht llellev In* that success and happl- reipectlvelv w e r e i i c c e p t i d w i t h re- r t The ihHlrman of the ( h a p t e r l' M a x w e l l WHS 4n«tructed to Write a special l e t t e r to Mrs 1/ow n, lchan . n tnourh , g , )e that onlv (onstnic tb* Man Seen m Water by P. R. R Passenger Believed to Bo Felix Bialota I I * l \ r i I . I l i e H e I " « I ( hev i I t »t *.i n I v n l k . l t n 11 i n tin «-i th llrv- i I -.1 i i ,,, ' i (institutional prohibition t l r nue in far and Mr \MI»on In sul t h i s man Hooper mere unanlmousU e l e c t ed to fill \ucancles on the board Other business Included revision of the bv laws governing the Icjcal er One Important change ef fected wag to place a representative Trom e v e r y branch of the local chap ter i}n the e x e c u t i v e board In con ·eriuence the six branche s - -- Y a r d vllle TitiiSMlle renn|njrton Hopewell Hamilton Snuure nnd '-Kill man--will h a v e one of Its members on the e x e c u t i v e boaid Heretofore onlv Trenton membeis h a v e i m sed the chapter bimnl On account nf the abandonment I thf \tlintlc Division the loc«l 01 (Tanl7»tlon is now under Ihe direct lopenisron of the Natlonnl Red ( ross In Washington D C Those In at tendance at the meeting vesterday Included H C Maxwell chairman Jease N Barber John R Mum It, to «» »o and In public Hundred* of thmmandu of work h i f un 1 Kolac-e and com re i r-nt letter to the init aaaalled c.lobe ( nntor Heed *n in I Mr vA ll«on s 11 plv un Ii i M H V 1 said \v. hi n mv a l\ I I MERCER DENTISTS.. HOSTS AT SMOKER I I I 11 L. FOR FUNDS HERE If 0«noa Fail*, Such Action Ltkvly, Asserts Chief of Soviet Publicist* MOM 0\\ M n v 4 If the c o n f e r e n c e f a i l s Russia w l l .. . . "J* n He wits deft at i d In 1920 bv Mr Ij nir .'Si'ir^irffl;;* «i'rsj:=' r.":;r t ;";:;:i 1 ,fc'.r tn ;;; r ,r 1rt r° · ··"·"· ' :3f r^K«, r ,,,, ^"rTM: f-i; - c i t i z e n to speak w o r k and do every thin* consistent w i t h (he law to have n la» either amended or rescinded v I I M nut of a total of- 18o UUO cast In the i r Imai y all (teilii inrm n n I , ,1 v le i lh( n d n IH i t t ] tt the i till N( in \1 us i l i t - i I Hm si ri v t K I V 1\ v in | v o i I ut if \ i l« I x i U4_ini ; ^4 r leu l e i s h l p I I h i n k i t vv I I i \\ s v ii i to m i i pt It v i (T I K h « III I I i I I i IH. IM ii r I t l i I i kn [ i v i d f t l i v x I i n Ihe s t t V j i n i w 11 11 11*1,1 I ii it v i n i . n i HI v « i State Delegates Will BP Enk x tertamed This Evening n rn lul M n n ' fri*" r - f l 11 mn I* to n ht s n ii»da I nn « [ t« dent of T i l l »hc f f n l n the t: n I i. I f Ihe I i n m i m* T he I * n I I n - ' \ f ^ w r n sr n M l - i w i i n c e considered the if prohibition on Industry, and I ap proHCh the I nlted Htates for .t loan s an col e x c l u s i v e offering l a l l w a v ( f lateral according- to an statement to the InternatlonHl N e w s ,, " e r v l c e todnv bv M W t e k l m editor v f Joh" t « 'rrlne. Miss of , hf , oommuni»t oimn I z v e s t l a and ^ell Mrs O n Oil h t * rt n?*" l hlpf °f the Snv let «. publicists I Milan rn-rr, n t v J I M a lf t h e International economic con i^iiiian i axon of Y a r d v t i l e miuMiie f e r i n c e falls It w i l l be due malnlv to the nhsrrvi nf the. \ nlterl Btntrf said Sieklov Furthermore. If the conference ralla, Ruaala will approach the Tolled Statea for a loan __ Street «n emnlnv ,, ,, ^ , *". ,/' ha " e t Wp * r * rf **1 ** offer thf United | to demonstrate w Itir d'rV'i oiee* Thel otreet nn emploje of the f ,,i,ii c ^ Pr st.ites rstltoad loncesslons In SI ' TMuici berla and we believe that we can WORK-ER HURT IN FALL H .w (ire th me dlrectorn and nmi e ^ w h ilnrik liiunr (TOlDif tn i n n w e r the q u e s t i o n r f the men under tin Ii empli v \\ 1 v , t h a t whli h Is b id for out i ffli I ni v n it Just as 4iar! T hi | lain pi i |i w h o h a v e In venteil t h e i r l a r n ngi in these c o r rwirations are als isklnp these ques tions and t h t v h a v e KOI to be an s w e r e d the IVuheir berrmp the greatest market In the r+ce (.a-t Pompanv sustained i laceration of the scalp In an odd aid n . n v W "* * o r k '"K »«rld for American trade In a trench on North Clinton AMnut and climbed out nenr the t r o l l e j tracks ^ tar Has unpioaihlntr and to get out Its path he let himself HusNlan and Interests drr not iln* onlv o u n t r v » hli h tumble back In the hole His injuries t\ere dressed at Mercer Hog pital NURSES HEET*TOIl7GHT \ m e r l c t n economic Hussla Is the uld help thi' I nltcd States flftht Japan At the s*me time Amprk i ould help Kussta to ilrl herself uf hei undesirable guests ' Steklov g reference to undesirable iruest« w a s a Ihrusl s t Japanese otiupation i f Kast*TTi Hlberla A meetinu of (HP Third I M s t r l e t Nurses A s s o t i a i l o n vnii i,f hplil to jht at H o r l o r k In t h f Inntriii Court Room at the n t v Hall \ \ o u l d n t it be a w f u l It the ^irl dldn t haNe an\ more sense than w think the\ hsve''--Newspaper Knter prise \8uoctation TO DELAY RECALL OF RHINE TROOPS When Your Corns Hurt Use "Gets-It" wfa Oords "|1 Callnfti Qni T , ,, . T'rev lous puns w e i e to h a v e t h e If so called corn ' c u r e s ' h a v e onlr last \meneart s o l d i e r out of G e t m i n v ade your feet more sore and tender, before l u l v I Germany Joins With Allies m Requesting Further U. S. Occupation I " trd Pri-n \\ \SHlV».TON lla 4 -Complete w l t r d r a w s . 1 of \meiicarrtroopg from (,ermin will be delayed In response to urirent Hllleel nmi 'FiMTTian repi esentatlons Secreiarv of ^ t a l e Hushes v h t u a l b has dec Ideil t h a t a psrt of thp American A r m v of _ O t c u [ a t l o n shnulel b^ continued nn Callnfll Qtlick the Jthlne for the present NtW YORK THIRU Y IN DEMONSl RATION \t\\ ".OfiK Ma? 4 -New York.* thlrat) 10000 stmnir (fathered in Madison Mnuare f.arden lagt nlKh to demonstrate w i t h drv \oicei objections ti the \ Istmd law \ few p r e u h e r s mingled w i t h the K. B. THOMAN DIES OF HEART TROUBLE Semple Rubber Company Offi- cial Succumbs in Sleep After Sudden Attack l«rk Mr nnd M . and Mr* t- t n H \ rt t t \ IH Jf »,ptl T« t K hfnl II I H n k Ii n I i ] t t M V K F \llll I - \- h cniwd in front and applauded penerousK w h e n the speakers took an e x i e p t l o n i l I low it the prohlbi Thi i r i ex eptloml the l e r l c s w h e r e t h e hnnl l o l l e d bovs of personal llbertv f a m e Rither for ptlie tlsrhts and o t h e r sp ttln»r e v e n t s w e r e empH The d i i d l e n c e » ns well dressed well b e h a v e d and sober SCHOOL PLAfLOSES IN MERCHANi VlUt MF Iff H V N T S It 1 P N J Mai, 4 · -- Hv a \ o t e of nb i t OIK to one the rfuld^nts of 1 t h i s t o w n a t a n election h a v e d e f e i t e d t h e p t [ u m t u n o f t h e Ttonrd of ^lllCltlon t t u\ land for a hlKh schiKil buililinc Tl i opposition wa« seen f In so « t t i T\K t i i a t the Hoard of Kdmalion i t t e m p t e d tc w i t h d r a w the plan 1 u Ihe meeting would not pi rmit t h i x \ T'lan t o l i v m r e trrnund f o r lecreatlou imrpcise'i W H S laid on the table Tlthmiph it vwis not opposed Hn1nallv 1 ut t h e r e » n f e a m t l i s Merchant\llle school RII r« a part of a hl(^h school t ourse nnd the le malndT 1s Riven In anrlen INSi Al I ATION CLOSES LODGE'S CONVENTION TMe public (nst)ill ition V f s t e r d a y afternoon of the ne^V e lei ted ofH ^ r n n t i c appeals hflve be-n made rers of the ( , t a n d Temple of the to this government that the Amerl Order of IniUd \mertcans broiiRht , c a n fla^ he kept on the Khlne to a close the annual ( invention of for a while Thew nre the main the orcanlzntion w h i c h had been in reasons actuating; the allied and (rer «e«p|on for two Hi,,., m . t h e A r c a d man representations | [!,,|idlnK on Knst state street ^ 7 h r Alne »-- r:rtnt Hritaln France | ^ picked team · onducted the worl and Belgium, thesi mtlons belnir t h e - I ,, nd «. r the direction of Paat HI K h s t r l ken earl} this m o r n i n g -n sn i t l l a c k nf neirt trouble w h i l e r l u I« · B l e e p i n g A n t h o n y D Thoman. euper- Intendent of the Semple Rubber Com- f At HI- I « r i m f M nf '* n M I Im * h II.TI Pu » !H h I I tht a H her la eh VI ,, H r I I I I H I n t i n U fi tn I I el iw, I In I I " l i \ in llnnI i f f n i t ti r e c o v e r t h Mv I »! 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J| ^ H nith ul t Hi til MITH f i h I I f 1 I · n I th i h onlv ones with the I nlted Mates Continuing the ixi upaUon of fler man--are anninus thnt a unified en tente front he maintained before flerman w i t h th» preittiKe that would he afforded by the American flag 2 Germanv H faced with an almost certain threat of French Ac cupatlon of the Uuhr Vallev If sh« tails to (ontinue her reparations pnv "' It r e m o v e s any ofd or nVW hai-eT'or ' or lf t h a t It w a s the Influent e of · oft corn from any foot. It peela off lne I nlted StMe» t h a t prevented In j o u r fingers French occupation of the Ruhr about , o»ts but a trlfl*--e\er where n v e i r ag-o, under similar clrcum- ey W o r t h y (Jmnd Instructor Mm I-nura Mt \lees of I'hil di IphU The othe memters of the st iff were composed of I ast (Jnind Instructors of the Temple Ihe next ntnvention will beheld In Ijjmaater Pa, PASfOR'S CYCLE STOLEN \ b i i v c l e owned bv the Re% \S II Ham H Moor ie»of of *hrist ( hurch f tr i »| hi'dr-il waji stolen veaterdav w h i l e standing on Hudson Street m i o i d i n K to n report made to the police B t V H K I A X . t*. Jr and ca r Davison B I, Drua;' o "*£? ln " ' T ' nch «K« ln th'tTT 1',"'?^"' ^'"ll* Aloyalu, rharle* I^eveneon -- A d v ertlsement There are now about 1600 Amerl- Hrien v*h-ir, of "« Rutherford can troops in Qerman-\ It IK under "" f "' 1 "sfrrfaj nftrrnoon In ttv niurch Mortalry Chapel (N«n Sectarian) IVINS TAYLOR Raymond 8 Taylor, Prop. 22S EAST STATE STREET SOO men will be returned thlg month but that departure of the remaining roplhHreirt will b« delayed LOUIS CQHN TMfFROVlNG flalllvnn Mary · W pn Known realtor omjwtni^d tht body tn ?t wh^r^ int*rro*TH M A* un th* dlr*-*-tkm of MurjI,y Th« b^»rrrn Rnd riifTnrd Wh-t«n nn« Mlchmr) Mahrr t- Jor»l Trlltutt 1 ^ »*rv from parrnip SluOr FHrrn .mn Imnrhf r \\ hptan Mkry U h.*l.in »rxl K«HVrin- WheKn ar»n*lm^thrr Mnh^r Mr »n1 Mrf I- J \\bcUn Mr rwi u r . f Wll.iftrn r«nwH7 Utr »nd Mnt D»nM »ho r^c-*ntly underwent an opermtion ^* 11 / ""^ ^*nn* M(»n M»ry In Mercer Hoapltal U now r*oupermt ^- f " {f f .%^*K ""/ p'Tr^rJ'ln ?"? %? in* at hm homp 11 PeMlcart* Plac* S r F «? ViV 7n \J ^n *" f *^' r Mr rMI Mr Maurtc* M and Mm J Mr and Mm » ( ralfr Mr Mr and Mn The Star Event of the Season WIEDER'S an f t- Fran Mr and Mra Ftcr Kuch»r Mr and Vra H 1 Harrla Aunt V « i y «nd A u n t Marfarr-t Mary and B»tty Mlllrr Mr and Mra l*nn n Hlr»rh Mr and Mm rank Mulr y \ Inrrnt Murptlr Mr ami Mm M VV Illam M irflh* Mi and Mr« J rrwr» ( ram»r ( oualn I»»rnl^ IVrnurd W « l » h H'frn Harlnun Charts Dnumn Andrr* Karl y, Mr and Mrm J»nM J H»r r.tt Mr and Mra. tVrtlartl B«-»»n»-y Mr and Mr§ W Ijintlaj Nolan Urotlwm Mtaa ( ora Arrr MlM A Kalln« Mr ami Mr. I llffnrd *h»lan Mr aix) Mr* fVorar Mai h»ren Mr and Mn Ptllltp RlhMm MlM Mary Ooni-M Mill Sarah Woodfort Mr · nd Mm ranlt trHrt»n Mr anil Mr» Mk*«H Mah»r Mr and Mn MavrV* w h» Ian Mli Mrrian Krnwy Mr and Mra \rr Omt»r Martin r Rlt»- T John «w1 A«n»^ »p|nm«nB. Olart»a r Inman Mm Muryhr NHIH. and Mar»ar»t Kathlr-n and n«mi» Roch* Mr aj,d Mn Manin r R»M MrCarth fan l» Jamra Hn»t Br Mm Mr an* Mm William A Alex IVrrien s t a ^ i f i i mmmer I or fim Dillon 1 i Kt, and 1 inton Reed M i s s C l a i k e vv I o ilk I SHI urda v fol an lllnr's of x e v i r a l w e e k s was a popular mernlwi of the Fn-st M K C'hiirth mil simdav School bavm«r be^n a Ii n h i r in the junior fiennrtment (r r si \ i i j l V P R T S She was Zfl ears ifl I n1 was tnemlei nf the Hoosl* is b 1 1101 to her illnewi gle WHS « mpl i\ed at Lissner slore where she h» I made a bout of friends^ I lnr«l trihu K« I T fr V ^ ( hui h l E V * V rt Hn »n1 M I I Ji II nt Junlo, t ( i t^ I lay School f.ti -1« I I M T - . l « k M and M K VV I L si JUirVfr tielgh D unrt M l« « e l If Sarufnt Mother »nrt «irt f H *t a 1 rhllitrf i R M« J HH M i- 8im ulltnirlnn I Mr M t It iMiw n M x . i Ix il». An I. i" H fnnillr Irin M I ( lurlcc Mr m l VI Mm R A R I » Clurkf Mr an V i - nnrl M i x A l l X H I Hy»r M a i! Mt I! fn Mnll v III tl I- M i ^ r k Mr I V I Irlrtftr Mi-l! l -i - · . Hullo, k «ml i \lpvp Chsrlra Im 1 · f o r t Mr In k- 1 twin* rn Mm k - Mr unit Mn. M l f Firm M F l hur h lie .t i l l f I Ir«t M Phurrh yu». n V »th» i n iif r'lrm M F Churrh MT » n 1 M -^ «IM nr fr Voorhf II On M \J I*- Hnll«rvl« Floh*rt T\ lltliinii. r M n n l M ri. I +trKr A I I id. "Vnlni A l l H-- t v f rlnt M V tlurrh Mr »n 1 Mr» I ank llfirlt-n nenl \m\\y \f\n IUr',1 x I) n Mlm M«r*Ufrll' Insrhl, Mr up M · t- M | I) Hli,, Rnrt VV rtllrr I SK Jlthr Ini- nil*** A K| SutirUr Sen f] ( «· \l · fl Mr« J \\ r»l,. AII.F Mn I « Mr «nrl Vn h»rlfn If rV, , r -I M -K C him h kinilay Sfhrwl VI *. ·- ^h \v ll«on fhartft T M Ilillllp. f t h ai .. fil Itrlrk Com iv Mr finr! \1 « l U i J K l l t n t^-lir fm if ftnr\ 1 .r H Irk f.otnrA!iv i i.^i ' krru-ni H ·rl I h I · XI niHl Mrn r runk " 1 rl Mr anil Un. W*Jfr Mr » VI . i fHnplon Fr*vk nunc I n ) * \ 1 rV* If I) of r~1r*t M {· i"hun-ri K» 1 r r V\,rr1n»lmi John Miami, anil f r Mr »ni1 Mrs. W M i rlftt* Trr* p \ **** I P A Pallia ff. A. DEVUN DIES ' Word bus rwi n t e i i v e d here of th« e«th of Henr \ IVntm Mid to be former rf-sMent of this rlty who led Tuesdav in ·-( Ijike s HospHal .e« Bedford M m« The funeral Pill be held tomorrow nftrrnoon at S n o clock fn m tt · mortunrv rhapel f Michael c \ u « t i n 12U7 Purchaae Stieet New li. Iford Ma«n Hf T v l i e ^ mil l^ londucted in ^t James' Church t h a t i l t v nt J o clock f- » f,ht^ it M * -In ah his. VI t. U^N* a H * I I mil M t » I a r S i sli w a - . f r n »i nr^ « in. j » f it si i " · A M f- C hui I Ih f 111 I h-M M y »flp n n .t j f i in h" NU 11 h , h i ,, nt « I l 1 th I .f.»lrk« i i i l l lln ll i Mu pi HH,»K M HP|( m Th f ll r«l nf VI ^ | K| f, p l nf h li-»r M Hpl H h ll d ln,t H f t r n lilvirl 111 . . h«-lr1 x hi t i. from Ih h la\^ A i t h u r M «i ni »fr«. h I I Sur u dm l i hurfh ry ih l ti rni* I ift an In i th II f lion r r I » | n n 1 I-1 yd I a \ [5 r I v\ Illfln Ran In a V] tw )i re i · Ph fl i duuirhifr w l w i ^ r - I I Hnd Matlfllnf Mr HI } Mi .n I M , \\ i Th in A s Ilm i i i r rl. i lly S»» | ( v f r Jfirfn f Ht u M rl VI Koof Mr and VI . Mllilfrd I mk Hurt Mrs Jc h ll-i i ( hurlia V ll. o B(rr« MIT Hn Tltua, Vlri. Mr*. Jr«"d J Mln I ) VI I M r t« L r. I it · I h 1 d"i n t l n u c d from T n a e O n i i of them h a v e - nn\ II 'iiicl t f L nt up ibe bills w h l i l i w e n ilrf ill 1 tl « \ e n r Taklnjr int i i nm If ill r ll 1 great asset whli b III 1 ' i j u t l in women h i v e t w r n t o t i e p a r t v n u I in(T could h i v e I een moii ru idi il t l an w t at we iskril frr I T q \ r nnd I feel sure Ih it n e x t \ i v [ Krim w i l l IK Just as c n H t t u I M u I w o r t h w hi Le a* wi» f h it i f 11 ix v r L K A KR MC)TH1-I"~ I m t e m t h e st -v il it il T akev\ood dinner the t !! \ PL, s t a t e m e n t The v \ i men »l neered t h e ^ I t r m p t e d p i ^ ^ i t ^ i no nlpht w o k lull \\ i s \ i r i t U i s i d I v l a t i t p n vv n k t r m u me n w h o vv u I I l i v . I u. M i fr t | and It lias a|)p i n n t l \ I i i n ill I I t (.it thilr v l e » « l i s t m t l i i i ' t r The reporter H | I \v nte UP t . d ew i n bis Iniit, m t i o n i I * s t i l l mm! ni n i t i i l s m i f tl u I II w a s e v e r r e c e i v e d from anv w ni, w o m e n In Pi erson or rtnwhiii ^ The r.erman owned mills of I ^s n hroueht down a partv or » in n w o r k e r s to the heirlni? on the n «l t w o r k bill and these women t i s l l f l . ,| t h a t t h e y liked to we»rk st n nht tl it ITeir husbands onlv worked two iiv a wrek t h a t ttiev had anv vv herr f r o m ftv to eipht ehildren apiece * t Tl i si s l i t e m e n t s made no d i f f renr n h H t e v e r in the a t t i t u d e of the Ri puhll in women t o w a r l thi niR-ht w o i k bill We believe that if husbands innot «et w o r k to do m the day time thev had better work | at irijtht instead of u.lljwln»T t h t i r w i v e s to do so and thuf anv woman who Is the m o t h e t . f from f i v e to iRht cbllelrin abeiuld In t ikrn e « r e f by the i t l v or stutr- If nii.sn.irv nMe«ad of linvin»f to » t k n t mirht i provide food -ind i t o t hint. f l r t h e m The chief point at iisui I t w en the Republican w o m e n and t l i s r n ife JB conatantlv lost nlf;ht i *-, n T t o r Kda-e unrlei st'xiil it j e r t i Hv w e - I I and emp)Msi7id it m I s «| r h it t h e Fiunvon dinni i m r t i n M i t c h IS w I en 1 i dei 1 ,n cl 11 t ll I' publnjin *en itors had m i l i (. · ut mistake in b i c a k i n K t h . t r [ h i f i i t n promise* fo the w i m n Mr Mill that a promUe i* t j i,,in,^i ind tl at the Republican w o m e n I , I , i t s ! t to expect the p a i t v I, k , t i e promises made t o them in H e ,,!) e v e r v rlffht to resent the hieakinR of promises after election bv men For Infants and Children In Use For Ovar 30 Years Always bean ^ Jfctutura of V*V^f/3S/* DOCTOR ORDERED WOMAN OBEYED Took Lydia E. Pinkh»m'« Vegetable Compound and is Now Well , Ulmoia -- "You surely gave women one good medicine when you put Lydn E Fmknam 3 Vegetable Compound on the mmrkeL After I had my baby I was all run down and so nervous it kept me f he-i I i th. , t I" Tl SI t I hrl.l 1 i c^itl, « II M M i ),, i e » m. t«-i uirl i rhHt^ni i M ill *, 1 aJi u . in.- t · r , n nit n* 1 ph. w I- r rt - V \V ll«,,l»n I i « /inl In II -. i I Th» I. i h r h W «« K "lp\ anrt v · iin" i'hiiii,V'Mr P | t l f " r m and that the "women' I k Mi and M - doctor did every- thme he could to build me up then he ord red me to take L y d i a E Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound with hi» medicme and I am now a new woman. 4- have bad three children and they are all Lydia E Pinkham babies. I hare recommended your medicine to several frienda and they speak highly of it You are certainly doinggood work m thi* world " -Mrs ADBITHTOMSHETK 10557 W*- baih Ave , Chicag i Illinois Th e; re la notWrig very s tran^p about the doctor directing Mrs. Tomsheck to take Lydi» E. Pinkham'a Veg*- t»We Compound. There are many physician* who do recommend rt and hiehly appreciate its value Women who are nervous rundown, and sufTenngfrom women s ailments should pve »W» wcll-kno^ii root an-d herb medicine · trial Mrs Torfi- sheclt a experience Ibould guide you toward* health, -- A d \ ert i M m* nt i n«1» i M i r m ^ i i mi -iv,i- for m* n mil w o m i n th» i t * 1 of l'isihli»d thi l^mun and o(h»r t th v e i e i a n s ARENA North Stockton Street Friday 8 P. M. MAY 5th Mr «ml MAB1 xt KVimiTT Th- func «i i f M.. i s urt « i, d» irhi of Mr anil MI« H i r s k lu f HO. l Hnx N J «h l A « n la u tt 1-raji i M j m t viit n who I ud been glad t« ask theli nup K IfBtv r Mti. port tn the election because r f Hiose v e r v promisea The Atlantic City . o n f e r e m e W 1 H be open to all Republlenn «e,me n and a v e r v larjre attendance fr.im nr|, t o u n t v In the State In e K r x - e t e d Tho confereni" will thorou K hlv dl s i hf Id yi Irrrlnv f r ti-rnwnl Mtfl In h IM» lly unUi i t*-arfrn r,rif It ·».. KAmr«r1 AnrVH M V I. lal Irll ul^- nf Si I- l»n IK II -I IH M»f»r Rlml h K l h l u f T ' Miufl- Mlii M u f t*. hn^lr f line i t II IM ^X f best I 11 h i ri* Kl hi .ft.- I nr I nf H l 1 r*l* ih II irt.fl M i M.u r lt»n^ t»nil Mm. ni- ,f Rwfb M I ( H \ F I U U - H Altr» n«rln ¥r «rnj Mr- Ch«rt». Birlow^Hwl fort s of the IIM al police tn locate rel M«rf»r»t .rxj Walirr atmrin Pr " t l v e s of (he rmn pmved futile News Ma44ffl "· - -- - - ' Mn Gntinucd Friday, with many new and Wonderful lota added to the already big, rive li«t of bWrable bargain*. Have no regreta--don't fail to tome here tomorrow. Mr and Mn l J*. ft A ROM May Otmohw «i«« FDWAUl W ,-Th* furwral of Mn Cllrn 4ir. nf of his serli here Inat »e«-k Illness was fill « I K n VSaUirti ti ,1 , . ar* cnipl v ^ 1 ^-. !· (Minn* MI I h (.ompm 11 1 *""i South e| i , ^ ff Ihf VAoo,lnv-n tl II Hr1l»f A w . r^ la aurHv 1 ^ f «lh*rlr" an 1 I t w »lll h*- h*M M d frcitn hi* I a IP h n Inaaji w i l l tvr CTlurrh al 9 · Mary a O 1 1 I . I hra . h »id irv r ht- w i f p H a r r y 1 ! f I r«l s « k i nlcn A hriH « « I I- 111 f-rMofi nt HI Files Disappears Petdsoo's Ointnwrt ' l i c i t lieinc k e p t an d w I I v c t e J W i,, thr f u t i t i r p ||., ,, r ,,,, ,,, Ram/ed Re publli an women of the- ^ t m e BEATS ANYlHING HE'S EVKR SEEN J»m»» M Trembly and Wif« W«r« ·oth fl«(tor«d by Tanlac, H. fttau*. Moth mv «if. t«k-n T«nU wiih rtne reauTl* Jame, M T, mtl|l ,, w ^,, ^ resident of ur McEMerrr Itiltimore A s fo HM »n i »«· f. tlnue-d 1 hml null "tomai h tiouiiU i m v i w l f trt m i ,,,,,,· I f I M. n. l l. n -FRECKLE-FACE W.r* Mia. to try a .tv^«r for f»«»i . a nJlat ··( c il a^ a atxay tiak it if «t *, i ti t..lv ·I MV · *· *\.iu o -LV* f nr** ?» Mr mf wi.,. S 5 n-^^i^-ttx z t* -a ~A. T^n ^N xi ^:,^. r ^V'V!? *-£ 1 I v ttl m ist dn 11 v f r m · ufTerrd v c» t « (r ni | !!· « ^n I i tlrel) w e l l m n «l r t l l n i I v h, r | Tel erson r i l n i i n t i l l n t but ^n v marv«louft ^ I · 1. r »1 J ^ i on fre.ni me1l)frw«| on , nr | » a ^ In H «n-rnl run down londillon ^ f uppetllt w a ^ x , rwKor , hi , i .,,, plv hud I', fo my rfljteajtion llh nn it W r i g h t anil str-roitlh , n ^ snl m v w o i K k*pt ff^ttlnff h«r»ler for nn- e a c h d ^ v M v nerves "* m e r e all ipt«.t ,' - ild ne\ i g t K i up m rn nc t n ,,nd n cht % . ,, nr | ,1,^!, , i h hal terrible m W aa 1-uR SORE IHRMT ke p' f I run *li*« rl IV J -- t*. t u " « tff» Ma.il x *»., · (». «* - N w na*», _ % , v , v« tk K T n »·«« » -*f 4 k~ M. Jir'l n \ j af tor » vV« ' * *-' n/j.. ·* a , fk. 11-\ . KAl4 W *· \ IM , _ _ i ·· ^i A, L^V, BJEGY" · MUS to ti t.ilJ ·« V. r l nertnlnx hflfw-d me and f »ot« rmhl nlonc until · cif« T»nl«, Thl« me^lrllV ne nv . world if inorl My ,, MT 'PP"I.' i« t wonder »nd fnv str m ,H» 1^1 " '* * n " _*** " K f l * n«-w nn" I rxrw '-si mv ihr^** htNiriv m«jili* ^ v r - r j rhiT » nr| ftf \ r r fr*»l a teMJf *i pf j Mt n e r v r * arr »!r. 1v »i 1 I »m ardinn pl«nu .f - md «,»»t t h s t m»k*« ^ | ir»rrl «ni1 i-efrrshel in t h ' morning | * - i e a ; v and »n-pna-th h . v IT-I irn^d itnil mv Work b«4« 1 Mam j M\ wifr caffeeml arn, d |, Your Rugs Cleaned and Rack the Same Day VUE DONT like to crow about "' our business, but can't help it when it comes to this department, especially. Nowhere in Trenton can ou have Rugs cleaned as thoroughly and promptly and at such moderate charges. D U S T K D A M ) V A C U U M C L F A N K l ) lcq. ft. SHAMPOOED, 5f c^./r. -*.v llMit · _ j ii f h- pr*t«nr Tsntar fhr ·riling h.» ton Thi-rf · no ttrn w»j-» alpr.ni II i cine I ever rt*«rdj of It i»-- i]n«w »« wife aM mf»rlf wKa ·' · -«M 4«. »n I am «%t4 to Male,. * ««at»ri,t«t for what H mar b« « ,,)« lo ff»lm. who ar» try|-J to UM Ik* rtfie for their ·ravM** * RAG RUJS ( L H A N E 1 ) , 2c 9 . f ' . 'Phone, and we'll call for them e*rly in the morning.

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