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THE WASHINGTON TEUES,1 FRIDAY; .SEPTEMBER 2TO 19131
Ruins the Hair
'iris If you want plenty of thick.
aulifui. slouy silk hair do by all
jans s-i rid of dandruff, for It will
tarve your hair and ruin it if you
It doesn't do much pood to try to
brush or wash it out The only Dure
' 'ay to get rid of dandruff is to dls
jlve it. then you destroy It entirely.
" o do this, B't about four ounces of
rdinary liquid arvon; apply it at
isht when retiring; use enough to
lolBlcn the scalp and rub it in Gently
- 1th the finger tips.
By morning, most if not all. of your
andruff will be gone, and three or
Tour rnoro applications will completely
'issolve and entirely destroy every
Inirle. sisn and trace of it.
Tou wllji find, too. that all ttehlnj:
vnd dieting- of the rcalp will stop, and
our hair will look and feel a hundred
imes belter. You can set liquid arvon
a any drue store It is inexpenel
nd four ounces in all you will need,
ao matter how much dandruff you
' ave. Yhls simple remedy never falls.
W. S. S. MAIL SALES
Quick dMIvery lowest prices.
BAUM Stationery Co
cleared mine completely
' I, too, thon;ht that nothing would
clear my skin, I had used to many
Temedies and nothing helped much,
but when I finally tried Resinol Oir.t
mentnd Resinol Soap, 1 could (eel an
improvement in a short time. The
pimples and roughness
until my skin was dearer
and fresher than ever.
Tor nlebr U dultrs. TKbj
don t too try tntmj
With but a few hours remaining be
j fore the close of the war savings
stamps selling contest, every letter
t carrier today is exerting himself to
the utmost to make a showing that
will entitle him to one of toe twenty
one prizes that have been offered. No
possible buyer Is being overlooked, for
practically every mail route in the
city and suburbs has been carefully
combed. The several rural routes
running from District of Columbia
stations also Lave been thoroughly
Yesterday's sales were the highest j
to 'date, amounting to $10,875, making!
thr total for the nine days about I
J6:.175. That at least ZO,000 v 111 be!
added to these figures as a resuH of I
the final day sales Is the confident
prediction of the officials who have
the contest rn charge. '
While substantial Increases were
recorded yesterday, the leaders In
each of the three sections remain un
changed. A sharp battle was waged
between Carriers Tiffany and Splker
in the downtown section. Late in the
afternoon Tiffany turned in cash that
enabled him to maintain his position
with practically the same margin of
difference over Splker. his nearest
competitor, as for the day preceding.
A veteran contestant, Splker has
never failed to spring a surprise at
the last moment.
There wero but few changes in the
standing or the other contestants In
this section, although most of then
recorded healthy gains. The sensa
tion of the day was the appearance
of Howard Douglas, who had not
previously beena, flgura In the con-,
test, among t"h'e leaderfc""Mls sales
for the day were about T 1.500.
In section 2, J. K. U. Main "widened
the breach separating him from his
nearest competitor, while Winston
ousted Mayer from second place. In
rectibn 3, A J. Baker, "the Chevy
Chase sensation," as he has been
dubbed because of his showing in
the contest, maintained the same av
erage distance between himself and
Carrier Burga as on the djy previous.
Cole displaced Turner in the third
One of the mqst amusing tfneidents
of the day was the report by Carrier
'had been promised a $500 sale by one
jof the business men on his route.
I Bright and early yesterday, he called
j to make the delivery, but found that
Ms benefactor had been 'sent o a
'hospital. Clark is hoping that the
man's condition today may be such
j that he may be able to see him and
consummate the sale.
Several sales of $1,000 each are
known to have been "lined up" by
j some or me men lor toaay. wnicn
gives foundation for the belief that
j the winner in one of the sections, at
lfnnt- will be "a dark horse." Ont
In W. S S. Contest
SECTION NO. 1.
J. W. Tiffany $4.87370
R. G. Splker 3069.00
E. U Greer 3,536 00
B. Bridwell 2.83585
E. Hoffman 2.764.15
R. a Ashford 2,41085
H. Douglas 2.1S3.00
R. M. Duckett 2.159.00
H. A. Clark 2.130.20
C. U Steldel 1.6S7.75
J. U Wolfe 1,658.35
T. B. Kelly 121400
C A. Weber 1,041.55
SECTION NO. 2.
J. K.UMaln 11.401.70
J. E. Mayer 789.20
J. Thorp 649.25
W. R. Houchen 64980
A S. Bland 5601B
I. Girardl 663J50
J. M. Compton 45.15
F. I. Healr ,. 2IS05
L. O. Wlngfield 177.40
T. J. Van Dorcn 157.95
SECTION NO. 3.
A. J. Baker $1,276.50
Andrew Burga 98810
F. I. Cole 338.54
J. W. Turner 731.10
A. B. McQuinn 536.55
D. A. Mclnturf 286.35
G. R. L. Washington...... 271.30
T. I. Cavanaugh 255.40
H.,E. Gutshall 174.20
H. Allison .. . . 127.35
of these .men is known to have left
the office this morning With hl3
pockets fairly bulging with stamps.
Both Tostroaster Chance and his as
si a tan t. Malcolm Kerlln, are watch-'
ing the contest with keen Interest,
and have done much to encourage ue
various competitors. -
PARIS, Sept. 20. More than thirtV
persons were killed and& hundred
were Injured when the first section of
the Marseilles express was telescoped
by the second section In Pacy tunnel,
between DIJon and Lareche. said a
dispatch from the scene of ihe acci
American soldiers promptly went
to the retcue of the wounded and won
high praise by their-aetlvltlc.
NEW CREDIT TO ITALY.
Extension of an additional credit of
S10p.000.000 to Italy has been an
nounced oy me ireojiury, Dnnsiui, uc
total credits advanced to that nation
un to SS60.000.000 and the total credits
Ontflto the allies to sj,jjs,tuo,.o.
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Every Package You
Lightens the Load .
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' The Council of National Defense Says: U
DO YOUR CHRISTMAS
THAN EVER BEFORE
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When our Government asks no man should pause, no woman should-nesi-
tate. The Government now makes a demand and it remains witli the Wash
ington public to v respond quickly and patriotically. Men and women who "are
sensibly alert to prevailing conditions will act and never a question will be
asked. The retail stores of this city, regardless of momentary results, stand
ready to. do as our Government says to maintain a normal selling force, and
to do all in their power to distribute the holiday business throughout the
months of October, November, and December.
and Carry Your Parcels
And comply also to the ten important requests of our Government. ' " " '
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Men's Fancy Suits Gray
and Brown Effects Young.
Men's and Conservative
Full of smart style
all sizes ,
Reefers; shepherd checks;
blem on sleeve.
Patriotic shoppers will carry packages when
ever and wherever it is possible to do so.
Christmas business must be done with the least
possible strain upon transportation facilities.
Christmas business must be done with the least
possible disturbance of labor conditions.
Christmas business must be done so thnt nriil
and express packages shall be shipped prior to De
Christmas business must be done in such a way
that stores shall not increase their normal force of
Retail stores are requested to do their holi-
day business during normal business hours.
There must be nq last minute, eleventh hour
rush for Christmas presents.
Christmas gifts must reflect the spirit of useful
ness and appropriateness. !
Our Government wants every man, wonw.
and child to enlist in "The Army of Early Christii.. j
There must be a saving of paper and twine. .
The following: stores pledge themselves to co-operate in spirit and letter urging patrons to
Shop Early in the Morning, Early in the Week
and Early in the Season
Goldenberg's King's Palace Lansburgh & Bro. Palais Royal
S. Kann Son3 Co. The Hecht Co. Woodward & Lothrop
Sizes 2y2 to 8
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