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W. S. S. CONTEST
TIDS WASIIIMiTOX TIMES. THURSDAY. SEPTEMUER. 19. 1018.
STORENEWS OFtANSBURGH&BRO.
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FRIDAY
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FINISH
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Sunburned Skins
Relieved By Cuticura
Warm baths with Coticura Soap and
gentle aTjoinnnzstvith CutieuraOim-
ment are most enrctive lor cieannR
sunburn, heat rashes, redness, rousli-
ness or irritations. Indispensable
for every day toilet uses.
"Oxucni. Iter Bojtw " Sold rTTlr
9nm Be (KDtnnl 3 and SO- Tlera IV.
KNOCKS OUT PAIN
. THE FIRST ROUND
Comforting relief from pain
makes Sloan's the
World's Liniment
Tills famouit reliever of rheumatic
nchcr. horoness. stltfntsy. painful
cpraing, neuralgic pains, and most
other external twlnccs that humanity
suffers from, enjoys its great sales
because it practically never fails to
bring epeedy, comforting relief.
Always ready for use. tt takes little
to iM-netrnlc wltliont robblttc and pro
duce results. Clean, refreshing. At
all drug btorcs. A large bottle means
KOjnror.
How to Be Rid of
Dangerous Dandruff
If you have dandruff you must get
rid of it quick ia positively danger
ous end it will surely ruin your hair
If tou don't..
Dandruffy heads mean faded, brittle,
gray, scraggly hair that finally dies
and falls out new hair will not grow
- then you are bald and nothing can
help j on.
The only mre way to abolish dan
druff for good Is to destroy the germ
that causes it. To do this quickly,
suiely .and safely, and at little ex
pense, there Is nothing so effective as
Tarisian sage, which you can get from
People's Drug Scores an(j good drug
gists everywhere. It Is guaranteed to
banish dandruff, stop itching scalp
and falling hair, and promote a new
growth, or the cost, small as It is,
will be refunded.
Parisian sage l a scientific prep
aration that supplies all hair needs
an antiseptic liquid neither sticky or
gTeasy, easy to apply, and delicately
perfumed.
If you want beautiful soft, thick,
lustrous hair, and lots of it by all
means use Parisian sage Don't delay
begin tonight a little attention now
insures abundant hair for years to
come.
KEEP THE
CHILDREN WELL
Unl looked after children are prone
to neclct t hem sell es and become con
stipated. Bliss Native Herb Tablets
re a wonderful remedy for constipa
tion They art gently on th stomach,
liver and bowels, ton up the system,
fcrlnr back the clow of health. Improve
the appetite and a easy to take
Take BLIPS NATIVE HERB TAB
LETS, and you will remove the funda
mental caus of most all ailments, and
lay the foundation for a healthy, cheer
ful, happy existence They are the
only recocnired standard Herb remedy.
and the genuine nave ims iraae mart.
luc ii jurat-
St
Prif oer box of 205 tablet!
SI 00 Look for money bcl
guarantee on eery box
Sold by leading druggists and lora)
arnts "rvwhre
flr
Which
Way
Prefer
jn acning iooin is a aeinment to Rood health as well as to
pleasure. It makes one a grouch and nothing that anyone docs
for you pleas-es you.
But if you would only .m?c me with that tooth nuicklv, jour
grouch would immediately vanish and everything would look much
brighter through a s-mile on your face.
My motto is Quality Work Reasonable Prices.
EXAMINATION
FILLINGS.
Silver, Gold,
Porcelain,
1 $1.00 1 1
X2aBSSBSB9BSSSSSSF
Carriers Leading1
In W. S. S. Contest
Scetion To. 1.
J V Tiffany Jl.fiTPiO
It. G. Frikcr 3 03S.SO
E. U Greer 2500 80
llmanupl llofiman -16IIS
H. Dridwell ." -'"
H. F. Afhford 2.1105
II. A Clark 1.931 :n
M. n. Duckett 1.7W0O
John U Wolfe 1.2.19 31
C. I Stcldel 1.177 0.".
C. A. Wchrr 1.001.BS
T. 11. Kelly 1.000 00
fircllon In. 2.
J. U K. Main JS2370
J. 13. llayer 7M1.-0
G. Sacks UJO.M)
T. Winston r,l.ST.
W. H. llouchen TOO 00
J. Thorp 437 3.".
J. M. Compton -151.00
G. K. K Washington 271.30
A. S. Pland 232.3.".
T. 1. Cavanaugh 254.-IO
P. Girardl 221 90
I O Winsfleld 173.00
W. J. Connor ..... 1M -."
O. W. Carrlck 1 10.20
Srrfion Io. 3.
A. J. Baker $976 95
Andrew I3urga " 70
J. W. Turner WO 70
V. I. Coif 523.10
A. I?. McQuinn 231.33
J). A. Mclnturf 214 SO
If. E. Gutshall lciM:2
IT. Allison.. 127.33
C. M. Kiker 10100
The letter carriers' War Savings
Stamps contest Is now In Its last lap,
and every competitor Is exerting him
self to the utmost. The margins
separating the leaders In all three
sections are so slight that there Is
every reason to believe that when the
returns are finally counted tomorrow
night, they may show that contest
ants who are today fox down In the
list, have displaced them.
The sales recorded for yesterday
were $8,800, new high-water mark,
bringing the total to date of $31,300.
Tiffany at Top. .
Carrier Tiffany still occupies first
place in section No. 1 by an appar
ently comfortable margin, and the.
sensation of the day was the ousting
oi Greer from the second position by
Riley SpilcerV who developed a burst
of speed that won for him the "runner-up"
place. Emanuel Hoffman
cemented his hold on the fourth rung,
while Eridwell "nosed out" Ashford.
In Section No. 2, Carrier "Alphabet"
Main established his right to the top
of the list, but Carrier Houchen. sec
ond in the order of sales as an
nounced yesterday, showed no acti
vity, dropping back to fifth, with
Mayer, Sachs, and Winston ahead of
him.
A- J. Baker, who from the start
has headed the list of men In Section
No. 3, now has sales of nearly $1,000
to his credit. Burga and Turner still
occupy second and third places,
respectively.
Itallrosd 31 en ralriotle.
Carrier Winston's advance for the
day is raid to be partly attributed to
the fact that he met at an opportune
time a citizen of the southeast sec
tion, who Is an employe of the South
ern railway The latter had Just re
ceived a check for back py due him
and turned over the entire amount,
more than $100, to Winston in return
for War Savings Stamps.
CANADA LOSES CASE
The international joint commission
has granted the application of the
Aluminum Company of America, i
pittshurirh concern, to construct a
fweir In the St. Lawrence river at Long
Fault, near Massena, N. 1- overruling
the objection of the Canadian govern
ment that the construction would via
late Canadian treaty rights.
Xhe commission held that construc
tion of the weir was a war emergency,
as It would increase the output of
aluminum, needed by the United
States and the allies in the manufac
ture of war materials. Authorization
tc maintain tile weir was limited
however, to flie period of the war.
WANT RATES INCREASED.
The Eastern lines of the Pennsyl
vania railroad today aked the Inter
state Commerce Commission for au
tliorltvl to Initiate an increase of 1'
per cent on carload commodity rates J
on slag. This rate increase Is to be
baed nn rates effective ilnv 53 nnrf
will affect shipments from points nn
tl e Pennsylvania to all points in
trunk line territorj
Do You
to Look?
FREE OF CHARGE
to!d Crowns
and
Bridjtework
S5.00
UP
DR.S.B. JOHNSTON
EXPERT DENTIST
Velati Bldfr. 9th and G Sis. N. VV,
Phone Main 1711
Hours: 9 A. M. to 6 P. M.
Editorial
He was a driver of one of those
what-you-may-call-thcm wag
ons at the Union Station that
carry the mail to and from
the Postofficc.
He nearly ran over a man com
ing up the platform reading
a newspaper. Very politely
he gave this bit of advice to
the "near casualty."
"Always look up never down!"
The advirc is so good and so
applicable lo our everyday
lives that we pass it on lo
you.
How many of our trials, trou
bles, and tribulations would
be avoided if we'd keep look
ing up instead of down?
It is by looking up that wo.
improve. It was by looking
up that the injunction to
build this wonderful store
came.
"Always look up never down!"
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Savings In Bedwear
In just a short time it will be impossible to get these numbers at
the prices we are offering them now.
Double size Beacon plaid Blanket,
in soft tonings of blue, pink, tan and
gray. Finely finished with fan ffA
wide binding. Pair 0"JU
Double size, part wool Blanket, in
white, gray and pink, blue, tan and
gray plaids. Closely woven tfj 1 A
and finely finished. Pair V 1 "
Women's
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Silk and Velvet Rems.
At 98c Yard
Values to $2.25
Hundreds of yards of desirable remnants. Among them
you will find
Plain and Fancy Taffeta Georgette Crepe
Chiffon Dress Satin Satin Messaline
Lining Satin Velvets
Crepe de Chine Corduroy
Third Floor. I.anahurich A nro.
Friday Bargain Day In Oiir Rug And
Upholstery Section
345 Pairs
Lace Curtains
At 85c Pair
Curtains 2. to 3 yards, lonp. Mill
seconds that show slight imperfections in
the weave, or an oilspot. Choice oi white
or ecru in plain or Dutch style. Panel
curtains in designs that arc true repro
ductions of handmade laces. Values to
S2.00 pair.
8x10 Room
,. hw- ..-.., iuaun. ju autumn ui uciiij; iiimiv a-j ok
mismatched in the seaming of these rugs, we arc able to g
n-, .. i:.v:n,4 ...u,. t ji.: i -. Ti.. j..r v oTiB.
uiiti .i iiiinii-u uuuiuti .u uiii iuw
neat medallion effects, in tan, green, blue and rose color
combinations. Regular $22.75 values at
6x9 Brussels Rugs, best quality and seamless, $16.75.
6x9 Blue Ribbon Velvet Rugs, at $21.75.
6x9 Axminister Rugs, plain green or brown, at $18.75.
6x9 Royal Turkish Rugs, at $45.75.
6x9 Femdale Wilton Rugs, at $39.75.
I'oarlh Floor. I.anbarsh A Bro.
50-inch
Black Broadcloth
At $2.59 Yard
Twilled-back silky-face black
broadcloth, splendid for tail
ored suits and capes.
All-Wool Navy
Blue Serge $1.19
All-wool navy blue serge, act
ually worth SI -50.
All-Wool Taffeta
Panetta $1.98
Full 55-inch all-wool taffeta
panetta, in .1 rich crow
black.
Black Hair Line
Suiting 79c
Black hairline suiting, in black,
with hairline of white stripes.
All-Wool
Broadcloth $2.98
All-wool twillcd-back material,
in rich crow black. Old
standard dye. Lustrous,
closely sheared face. Guar
anteed. Only 109 yards for
distribution.
Third Floor I.iinabnrich A Dm.
Double -size, 70x80, part wool
Blankets, finely woven and finished
with widfe binding. In white, f- O
gray and plaids. Pair v 1
Large size Comfort, filled with
good quality cotton. Neatly tufted.
Pink, blue, yellow and lav- fl AA
ender. Each PUU
Fifth Floor l.aimbnnch Br.
Fall Shoe
The graceful lines and distinctly good style that mark Lansburgh & Biro,
footwear charm every woman.
One model is made of finest quality seagull gray kidskin, patent leather, "Vin
nette" calfskin, black kidskin, or other good colors and combinations.
Hand-sewn bottoms, with full 2-inch Louis heels and long vamp. $10.00
to $15.00.
New walking boots of black calfskin, kidskin, patent leather, gray kidskin,
mahogany calfskin, and many other good colors and combinations.
Goodyear welted and stitched soles. $8.00 to $12.00 pair.
Conservative footwear can be had in black kidskin, calfskin, and patent
leather, with leather or cloth tops. Hutton and lace styles. Low Cuban
or French leels. Pair, $5.50 to $8.00.
Serond Floor, I.anoburch A Hrt.
f -"
sklS$-
Size Velvet Rugs
16
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uritc. i ne assigns are
once. I he desiens
One Day Sale of
'Coats and Dresses
A magnetic value offering that should bring you to our
apparel section tomorrow.
50 Plush Coats, Special at
$29.50 '
These arc beautiful Salts Plush Coats, made full, with wide belt.
Trimmed with large Kit Coney collar. An unusually fine
model at this price. Sizes 16 to 44. . -
Choose from 300 Dresses' at
$29.50
Beautiful models of serge, gabardine, wool jersey, tricolette,
beaded satins, satin and serge combined, georgette and
tricotine. All the newest styles. All sizes.
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A wonderful showing ot separate ssirts ot siik poplin, wool
poplin, gabardines, serges, tricolettes, and satins,
$10.98 to $25.00.
Second FIr. Iansbttixli Br.
Fashions
Peach Stone
Contest
Form a club in your neigh
borhood and bring the seeds
to this store Bureau of In
formation. Ten dollars to be
given" away to the five chil
dren bringing in the most
seeds up to October 12, inclu
sive. 1st Prize, $5.00 W. S. S.
2nd Prize, $2.50 Thrift Stamps
3rd Prize, $1.50 Thrift Stamps
4th Prize, $1.00 Thrift Stamps.
5th Prize, 75c Thrift Stamps
Seconds of $3.00
Lace Curtains
At $1.45 Pair
Fine Met, Scotch lace and cable net
curtains at half and less than half the
price these curtains would sell at if they
were perfect. Choice of white, cream or
ecru. 2 to 6 pairs of a kind, in pretty
lace designs.
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Regular $1.00
Sunfast Madras
Rems. at 59c Yd.
Left from last year. A
lot of the old-time Sunfast
Madras in 2 to 5-yard
lengths. Plenty to match
up. In blue, rose, gold or
green colors. Self woven
floral or conventional de
signs. A highly mercer
ized material.
........ .. .
A Myriad of New and
Modish Fall Hats 10.00
The dashing distinction of our fall displays of Millinery is a de
light to all women interested in what is new in hats.
Silver Plated
Trays, etc.
All useful items at spe
cial prices.
Silver plated bread trays
' in plain and en- QO
graved designs. AtOC
Silver plated
forks. Set
at
knives and
$2.39
Silver plated bon bon
dishes gold lined.
Each
50c
First Floor, Laniharsh nro.
Flannelette Underwear For Winter
Women's Two-piece Pajamas, of good qual
ity flannelette, in pink or blue stripes. $2.25 and
$2.50.
Billie Burke Pajamas, of flannelette, in white
or pink and blue stripes. At $2.25 and $2.50.
Flannelette Night Robes, in a large variety of
styles, in white or pink and blue stripes. At
$1.50, $1.95 and $2.50.
Underskirts of good quality flannelette, in
white or colors. 79c and $1.00.
In extra sizes, at $125 and $1.50.
Dressing Jackets, of good quality flannelette,
in floral designs with scalloped edges. At $1.50.
Third Floor, Lnnburh A llro.
Store Hours: Open 9:15 A. M.; Close 6 P. M.
THE STORE Or GREATER SWCr
m m .Mii ..w, . -
IHmBUKGrU
420-430 Seventh St.
Remnants of White
and Colored Wash
Goods
At 35c Yd. '
Values Up to 75c Yard
This sale includes all fabrics which
will be needed in making gar
ments for the school children.
Such as ginghams, cotton flannels,
outing cloth, longcloth. nainsook,
cambric, middy twill, batiste
pique, poplin, lawn, voiles, crepes,
wash silks, and many, others just
as good.
Up to 75c Values at 35c
First Floor, I,anaburs:h . Bra.
The Council of National Defense
Asks That You Do Your
Christmas Shopping
Earlier
Than in previous years. Not days
or weeks, but months earlier.
As a matter of fact, do as much
of it as you can NOW. There
is no doubt about it but that
people are going to, make this
a Christmas for SENSIBLE
gifts PRACTICAL presents for
all; with an exception in the
case of little children who must
have those myriad toys to glad-
'den their little hearts. .
Make up your Christmas list, buy
as soon as possible. This will
prevent the terrific congestion of
freights at the last moment and
the consequent employment of
thousands of EXTRA men whom
Uncle Sam needs so badly now
for war work.
They are worthy of a much greater
description than we have space here
to give them so you will be doing
yourself an injustice if you "neglect
seeing them before you make your
final choice.
There is the greatest variety in ma
terials, shapes and styles of trim
ming, so that you will be very like
ly to find among them that different
and original combination you have
been looking for.
Moderately priced at $10.00
Second Floor, Lanianrsh Jt Bro.
Baskets in Art Dept.
Our assortment of baskets just
in is unusually attractive.
We have a variety of scrap baskets
in different shapes and sizes, in
preen, tan", natural, ivory and ma
hogany finishes. Anions the
hand-painted baskets, there are
the large knitting bowlscompart
ment work baskets, jardinieres,
twine and flower baskets, shop
ping baskets, and last, but not
least, the sleeping baskets for
"doggie."
.$1.50 t0 $12
Third Floor. LannhurKh Jk Bro.
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