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THE "VTASHINGTON TIMES: TUESDXF? .JUL 23? 1918.
MGR. BURNS PRESIDES
AT EDUCATORS' MEETING
BAJf STIANCISCO, Julr 23. The
Very Rev. Jtmei A. Burns, of Wash
ington, S. C, la presiding- today at
tha fifteenth annual convention of the
Cathollo Educational Association.
The president general of tha asso
ciation, tha Weill liar. Thum&a J
Bhahan, of Washington, It was an
bouncod today, will bd unabls to at
tend on account of Illness.
Arc tho threo features
That'g why wo put such
emphasis on Monlto satis
faction. We know what
we're talking about and
you'll agree with us when
you have tested Monlto
Hose. Pure Silk Silk and
Llile and Lisle i
fur Men and Women.
Drugs are to be
bought on earth,
than we offer!
And the stock is
for the front
t of your car or
spin In the
7th and E
Sts N. W.
7th and E
Sts. N. W.
14th and U
Sts. N. W.
Certainly the Best!
When you can sweep every shade of doubt from your
mnid forget to question, and simply FEEL SAFE AND
ASSURED that everything you buy here is RIGHT
you begin to see why "The People's Drug Stores" stand
for something .remarkable, with their patrons! These are
but a mighty few proofs of 'this big organization's activ
ities in your behalf!
Worth Your Full Confidence!
$1.10 and $1.98.
mineral oil, 85c.
10c, 20c, 38c, 78cand
Bovinine, 65c and
Bliss Native Herb
Tablets, $1 size, 79c
23c 45c and 85c
sin, 49c and 89c t
Gets-It, 19c '
ache Remedy, 10c,
29c, 49c and 98c
edies, 23c and 89c
Powders, 10c and
Laroris, 23c, 45c,
Lysol, 23c 45c
Morse's Pills, 20c
regular 35c size;
while they last. . .
They Give Life and
Aida Pomade; an ex
Ford's Hair Pomade,
Crudol for falling hair QQn
and itchy scalp; 19c and.. OVC
uuinaae -win neal your 09
scalp and remove dandru
Crescent Denollne, with
preparation you can fix
your hair In any style.
Nelson's Hair Dressing. Ofi
19c and OiJC
Barnard's Cocoanut Oil
Shampoo, contains cleansing
and healing qualities found in
no other, WJc
60c Lablachc Face Powder,
25c Woodbury's Facial Pow
50c Alysia Face Powder. 43c
Mary Garden Talc, 59c
Colgate's Violet Talc 18c and
Rose o' Dawn
Le Trefle. All
Uncle Sam Mints,
suma and Spear
mint Gum. .Spe
cial, 2 pk 5c
vS .uf.,r..rom.adc'.... 39cK,dr"$u" -:
vu.il.. nii. .. H'r vni. a d.
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GOL DARNED APE
Charlla Chaplin, the biff ape now
belnif exhibited at Chesapeake Ucaxh,
la back In his cee today after a wild
dash for freedom that terrorised ex
cursionists and compelled his attend
ants to Institute an all-night search.
It all happened bocauso Charlie
didn't like the looks of his attendant
When the attendant openod the door
of the cngo to lead Charlie out for
his afternoon performance, the ape
pushed him squaro In the face, knock
ing him head over heels. With a wild
grin on his face, tho ape thrn raced
along the ccrowded boardwalk, leaped
to the sandy beach, scampered'among
the frightened bathers, and took for
the wood at a lively clip. Three dogs
and numerous attendants took up tho
chase. Night felt, and all during tho
the hours of darkness attendants
scoured the woods, flashing search
lights In vain.
Soon after dawn the telephone at
the office of the manager of the apes
at the beach rang. A farmer was at
the other end.
"See hyero," he said, "did yer know
that that 'air gol darned apo of yourn
Is perched up on top of my barn chaw
ing up all of my pertatcrsT"
Charlie was called for Immediately.
Ton can eeal the Kaiser's
with War Savings Stamps.
No quicker, in
ICE could be im
agined" than we
money to you, all
7th and M
Sts. N. W.
8th and H
Sts. N. E.
Phillips' Milk of
Magnesia, 23c ;and
Poslam, 45c and
Peroxide, pt, 23c
Babek, for ma
laria, GOc size, 49c
Soda, 23c 45c and
Lyon's Tooth Powder or Paste.
Established 20 years. Ef-1 1
S HIS E CAP
! fective and pleasant J.7C
Lustre to Your Hair
Barnard's Crude Petroleum
Hair Tonic will make your hair
oii ana put tne sella In a
heKhy condlUon: spi :.ally rec
umiiicuuru mr me removal j!z .
un tor dressing me Iialr
and making it soft; res- in.
ular 25c size lUC
Cocalatam Hair Pomade; nfl
10c and . ZUC
Caplllarla ror hair and 9Q
scalp irritations OVC
Hay's Hair Health, QQ
regular Me size i)C
Trlgor's Hair Dressing; Or,,
13c and UC
Cream of Tartar and Sulphur
Lozenges for purifying the blood
and clearing up the complexion.
Try a box -in
Pomnelan Ma tit Cream.
. 25c, 23e, 60e
rompelan liny Cream, a
perfct vanishing cream;
regular 50f size 4Ze
Barnard's Violet Cerate, h
greaseles cream that has a
great tendency to remove
wrinkles; also an Ideal
cleansing cream; regular
60c Jars sac
r a I m o I Ire
V inlabln k
Cream, 50c size,
I Hlfflol Ive
Cream, 50c size,
, 2Se Prtnre Ham.
ei eia-aretteei rut
. PE. 1ST.
raekas-e of 20
Fatlma and Ooup
cicnrriirs. pkg, lBe.
Camel rlcarVtlra (nkc.
of 0), lSe S far :5c
Somebody Is Always Taking the
OUt) "BOY BRIJa
ME A MICE
SLice of Thx
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IF YOU KNOW ANY OF THESE
SOLDIER BOYS PHONE THE
TIMESjMAIN 5260BRANCH 7
One Hundred and -five names are.
given In the casualty list from Gen
eral Pershing, issued today. Includ
ing twenty-four killed In action. The
KILLED IN ACTION.
Carl Lelcbton Gilbert, ..'Ntles.
Stephen r. Grili, Chlcaso, I1L
Gust Kolar, Chicago, 1U.
Ilarry Abrunonlu, Xew Tork.
Clifford A. Beard, St. Ixuls, 3Io.
Ressle It. Buebanaa, Big Lake,
Leslie U. ChaplnMnidcelIle, Ind.
llomer Crumb, Knobel. Ark.
James 1. Elllm Eldorado, Tex.
Chester A. Uartwell, Ustrencll,
John Lambert, Ilolyoke, Slass.
John D. Slu'ndle. Tonarranda,
John Joseph Slnrphy, Alldaronr,
County Clnre, Ireland.
Carl A. Oefstedahl. Sprlnc Crorc,
Josepb IT. O'Uern, LocBport,
Joseph rirkl, Oiralonna, Minn.
Samuel Sehambanm, Brooklyn,
John "W, Shoemaker, Tyrone, 3fo.
Kullon C Smith, Amhrldce, I'a.
reter 6malesynskL East Hamp
Archibald L. Stanton, 'Waterbory,
Alfred Mengel, College Point.
Isldor Swlmky, Xew York, 7f. Y.
Leon Jennart, Spring City, Pa.
DIED OF WOUNDS.
Domenlea UeModlea, Boston,
John I- Hoey, Pony, 3Iont.
Guy Morris Slanton, 31lllirook,
DIED OF DISEASE.
'William A. Kerrl, Tnsealoosa.
Ilarry Albert Lewis, Fnllerton,
Henry Sehmltt, TVInona, 3Ilnn.
John Schrneder, Sturgls, Mich.
Clair L. Blsby, CSIasgoiT, 3Iont.
DIED FROM ACCIDENT AND
Albert O. Urbach, LUlngston,
Pntriek J. 3IeGaharen, Xew 3'ork.
William Klrdzlk, Jersey City,
Thomas Patrick, Xewark, X. J.
George A. Bllsbarrow, Mapleirood,
Franels K. Read. Baltimore, HI
Thomas Scotto Itlnaldo, Brooklyn,
Charles John Stvanaon, Xevr 3'ork.
Edward Oberlander, Brooklyn,
Stubborn Coughs, Weak Lungs and
. Colds. Try
Tor many mn tfaU CaleMm crrrmfiin
tarn mAlntalnrd an Ter-lncreasIni reputa
tion for accomplishing cood. tad orua r
Price Include War Tat.
- ' f -cam BRiiJ?" J " v
WO HAM A You TUG f-" . n. T r N0T
5IR-THI5I VELL ALL RlfiHX MUSTARD HOvJ BOUT A auloujeO 1
LESS VSY ORDER OF COUD AS mbax -NCKARt-ie? HOU1-S 1 ;iT-TbDAy
I " y. "U v.-., v. y , X ,
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3 r. 31.
Bllehnel 31. Hersaman, Brooklyn,
Frank V. Krowanek, St. Loots.
James Arthur Lampley, Xasbrllle,
George J. Lelnfelder, Brooklyn,.
James J. Cassata, Brooklyn, X. Y.
Ambrose Uolan, Jamaica Plains,
John Glernm, Holland, Mleb.
Howard K. Greer, Cnlrerslty
John L. Griffiths, Glendale,.X. Y.
James T. JftCorrolck. Topeka, Kan.
Ralph AVIUon, Xew 3'ork, X. Y. ,
Cecil J. Beck, Sprlngdnlr, Wash.
Edward Berman, Spring Valley,
Harry S. Bernosky, Shenandoah,
.Charles Boeca, Gary, Ind.
Jobn Cannon, Homratead, Pa.
Henry John Clarke, houth Xyaek,
X. Y. -Hugh
I). Cook, La Junto, Colo.
ibcrmnn L. Craft, Hallstrad. I'a.
Paul II. Daley, Leicester, X. Y.
Uenry C. Ullgard, Gainesville.
Joseph 31. Donohoe, Buffalo, X, Y.
Francis A. Ellis, Maiden, Mau.
Hark Ellner. Xew York. X. 3'.
Patrick Fee. Brooklyn, X. 3.
Lawrence Flatley, Xew 3ork, X. Y.
Harper U. Foote, Blnghamton.
Jnmes G. Fralsrr, I'lnr City. X. Y.
William 3. Furlong, Salamanarea,
Christophrr Germann, Corona, X'. 3".
Frnnk Joseph Goldbaeh, Buffalo.
Ell Grombeeker, Xew 3"ork, X. T.
Edward Grottr, Minneapolis. Minn.
Fred Hariri, Brooklyn, X. 3".
John I. Herman, Olnry, III.
Said Kallll, Lansing. 3lleb.
Fhink S. KrUry. Haddam, Conn.
Irtlnx II. Krengel. Elgin. III.
Frank Krlrger. Bridge Hie, Pa.
Frank J. Lean. Ilulfnlo, X. 3'.
Grorge I). Llngelbaeh, Sllnneola.
George MrCann, East Boston,
Jobn S. Moore, Xew York, X. 3".
Eugene Munson, Jr, Brooklyn,
X. 3'. v
Vincent Mottl, Xew York, X. Y.
Frederick Clark Xewaum, Xew
3'ork, X. Y.
James M, Xewlon, Woodhsmen,
tVIIHnin Raynor Xoon, Frerport,
John otlelto, Xorwalk, Conn.
Jobn I). Prnnnrio, IlufTnlo, X. 3.
Wuslle Putrlrk. Xew lurk. X. 3
Lett Roy Quick, Miter Springs,
William Skulker. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Irving ffollow .New 3 ork, X. 3.
Perrj J. Wallace, Sumpter. Ore.
Cajutlmlr M. U arrrn, Ilunklrk. X. 3.
IIrnr ebrenlicrg. NrnHI, town.
TIiedoreexlcr. New 3'ork, X. 3".
Arlbnr J. Uhltc, Limn. X. 3'.
Arthur II. Williams, Holla, X. II.
Ic!cm :. Williams, Holln. X. I.
Julius Wolir, i:imhurst, X. 3.
MISSING IN ACTION.
Edward Strauss, Xew 3'ork, X". T.
Marine corps casualties reported
Include twenty-four killed In uctlon.
KILLED IN ACTION.
3Vyatt 31. Chapman, Americas,
3VIIIIam J,ovrry, Cleveland, O..
Prank S. Carlson, Sycamore, IIL
Llojd A. Slalry, Springfield, IIL
DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED
l'insT i.iniT. Airmen t. i:i,
3IOIIH. KitANK ir. i:i.iioiu:
(FATIIHU). SOl'THKIlN HAIl
3VAY t'OMI'A.3, WASII1NO
TO.V, U. O.
Joy Out of Life
(Conrrlxbt. IJU, by tha
James D. Morgan, Granny, Mass.
Hugh A.' Stirling. Philadelphia.
Harold J. Benedict. Hartford,
George C Doneworth, TTarrlson, O,
Ira O. ArhockJe, Fulton, Mo.
Charles A. Benckert, Easton. Pa.
Ernest Bloomer, Rock Springs,
Engene II. Brandon, Prairie, Miss.
Henry E. Cardinal, Standlab,
Lynn 1L Conrad, Sacramento, CaL
ilnrrr L. Lubers, DejiTerr CoL
Daniel L. McMenamln, Philadel
phia. Joseph n. Xenman, DeKalb, HL
Garrison II. Price, HlltonsVa.
John S. Roth, Ludlow, Ky,
Panl H. Sanderson, Bowling
Jobn J. Stab!. Freeland, Pa.
n .m mi
- By Br5utlAltaUrU.-u.
XTS I It" .MBH
Trtbtus Association Gnr Tork TrOnas).
PREVIOUSLY REPORTED KILLED
IN ACTION, NOW REPORTED
PRISONER IN GERMANY.
Private Roy IL Simpson, Phila
CZAR'S TWO BILLIONS
. SEIZED BY BOLSHEVUfl
- AMSTERDAM. July 23. The Tast
wealth of the former czar and his
family once estimated at 12.000,000
000 will be confiscated under an of
ficial decreo Issued July IT, by the
Bolshevik government. ,
Millions of dollars deposited In
foreign banks and stocks In enter
prises In many lands are involved.
Reporting the death of the former
czar, the Moscow BJedneta said:
"By order of the revolutionary
council of the peopfe. the bloody czar
has- happily died. Vive the red terror."
,ARE MADE ESRECfAlICYORJHE
jSMOKER OF HIGH GRATE
"AK!SP? 5" oio'sinnfs
BMs for the construction of dormi
tories for Government workers on
the sites recently selected by order
of the President were today Invited
by the Bureau of Industrial Housing;
and Transportation of the Depart-
ment of Labor.
Croups containing unit buildings.
each consisting of ISO rooms, will be
located at the Union Station Plaza
I and on the sito bounded br Four-
Jteenth. Fifteenth and B streets and
Ohio avenue northwest. Each unit of
j ISO rooms will have Its own office, re
i ception room, sitting rooms, and other
'facilities. The units will be called
residence halls and will be operated
Water In Each Room.
Each room will measure' nine by
eleven feet and each will be provided
with, a clothes cleset and running
water, hot and cold. Shower baths
and tubs and toilets will bs provided
.for each group of about twenty-five
rooms. The rooms are all designed
for occupancy by one person.
In the basements will be small sup
plementary laundries for the use' of
residents. Small Kitchenettes ara
.planned also in the basements.
At the Union Station three groups
of buildings. are to be erected. Two
groups will consist of three units,
each unit Having ISO rooms. The
third group will consist of six units
of ISO rooms each.
At the Fourteenth and Fifteenth
street site there will be five units of
ISO rooms each. There will also be
two apartment units consisting of
three four-room apartments, number
ing about fifty all told. .
Three Stories High.
The buildings Will be of terra
cotta blocks covered with stucco,
three stories in height. Each group
will contain a central administration
office and a public hall. In which
dances and other public meetings may
be held. Every Individual unit will
also possess a small hall.
Apartments will be availabue for
married couples. Plans are now being
made for a building- for men at the
Union Station1 site.
Contracts should be awarded with
in a week. The- Bureau of Industrial
Bousing hopes to secure the comple
tion of the buildings within four
months. They would thus be ready
for occupancy In December.
SOLONS FIND IMPORTANT
MATTER TO INVESTIGATE
And It came to pass that Congress.
Investigating right and left in execu
tive departments of the Government,
and criticising officials-right heartily,
paused 'one day to investigate, with
solemn mien and deep deliberation
The reason why the Congressional
Record Isn't reaching subscribers -on
time, and to determine some way of
printing addresses on tha labels so
they will not become illegible.
They are just
your Best Girl
face to face.
REMEMBER-There are no
others like your "B. G."
2 TORPEDO BOATS
LONDON. July 23. Two German
torpedo boats were sunk by bombs
during the last British air raid over
Heebrugge. said a Central News dis
patch from Amsterdam today.
British airmen have been bombing
Zeebrugge at close Intervals for sev
Too can seal the KsUer'a fate with
War Savlnga Stamps. I
Write or call for our new
and Mrretling Booklet,
No. 50 of a Series of
Our Nt Talk tfext Tuesday.
OMB things are
never cheap no
matter how lit
tle, may be paid
If a person has
little regard for
his eyes and Is
willing to take a chance
of having his vision seri
ously impaired perhaps
lost altogether be can
buy glasses for as little
as ten cents a pair.
It stands to reason that
the offers of 5 glasses
for a dollar and similar
nonsensical and mislead
ing propositions are not
based on common honesty.
And It stands to reason
al:s that anyone without
a medical education
without the advantage of
a thorough knowledge of
the human body Is not
competent to treat organs
so delicate and so Im
portant as the human
Let other people take
the "Chances. When you
suspect that your eyes
need attention gag to. an
Oculist a physlclln-afor
And If he orders glasses
for you, see to it that his
prescription Is filled by
an optician who is thor
oughly capable of making
and fitting glasses In ex
act accordance wljh tho
1429 H StrSet N.W.
We do NOT Examine Eytt.
Thls Talk' from a coprrlxiit
n". all rlzbts reserved."
3 on Savings Deposits
U. S. SAVINGS BANK
14th and You Streets
WADE H. COOPER, Pre.
AIR RAID BOMBERS
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