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PROMOTES THICK HAIR
Cuticura Soap shampoos preceded
4 by touches of Cuticura Ointment to
spots of dandruff, itching and irritation
are most successful. These
fragrant emollients save tta hair,
clear the skin and meet every want
of the toilet and beth.
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DtplM. *?. Mui " SoU ?v?rriFAUaT^
And the Autoiti
who prescribes the proper len
To avoid a possible flaw, the
mechanics under the direct si
who prescribed for your gla
is located on the premises,
time and money. Notwithst
and the extra effort expended
t Cost No More Than
M. A. Leese
Factory and Offices
m|w on thi
| the "pi
And that "smoke*
a lifetime cigarmakii
years I experimented v
a combination good en<
the cigar of perfection
The band on an AE
something. It isn't p
tive purposes. It is
mark of QUALITY. a
QUANTITY that car
RENT IS REDUCED
Commission Passes on 21 Reductions?Sixteen
The Rent Commission today handed
down dlclilom rtduilfi the rent of
twenty-one tenants of houses In
Washington,, and in addition dismissed
sixteen complaints filed with
the Commission, upon the ground that
ttie cases had been amicably settled
The case of the Columbia Pump and
Well Company. 620 Twelfth streat
northwest, was decided In favor of
the tenant. Tha John W Thompson
Company had served notice on the
pump and well company to vacate the
premises The reason given by the
commission was that th* holies was
The determinations handed down by
the commission were:
Apartment No. 3, In the Magnolia.
1S21 M street northwest, occupied by
W W. Bolls; rent reduoad from $7S
to $$0 per month.
Premises No. 414 Shepherd street
northwest, occupied by John J. Flanagan;
rent reduced from 170 to $47.&0
Premises No. 210 O street northwest,
oacupled by William A. Bramhall.
Rent reduced from $00, furnished.
to $37.50 per month, furnished.
and $27.50 per month, unfurnished.
Premises No. 242# North Capitol
street northwest, occupied by John
T. Riley. Rent reduced from $80 to
$42.50 per month.
Premises No. 5737 Bherriar place
__11L] IL I "HI I II 'II
Is a master of art in the
overhauling of automobiles;
adjusting, timing, replacing
parts and repairing. He
must be able to replace
every minute nut or screw
and his perfecting of the
wires must be exact to avoid
a possible breakdown.
He?e you are examined
by our expert optometrist,
who is a master of his art,
ses for your individual needs,
lenses are ground by skilled
ipervision of the optometrist
sses. Incidently the factory
insuring you saving of both
anding their superior quality
I upon them,
the Ordinary Kind
, 614 9th St. N. W.
i the band
s cigar is
represents the product of
ig experience. For forty
rith tobaccos before I found
ough to put into ADLON?
>LON cigar meana
ut on for decorathe
And it stands for
inot be duplicated
rnor, 15c; Corona, Club Pti
To Erect A
Here in 1
Washington is to have a ne
The structure, Which will be eirl
every respect. The hotel will ft
the site of its industrial hom<
northwest. A new building in
will be erected as an industnal h
The building at Eighth and fc
tre?ta northwest. which for many
year* was.occupied by the Otvtl Service
Coinmlaelon. alao will be reniod
eled and uaad by tha S&lvatlon Army
aa a women'* hotel.
Col. Richard E. Hols, who for many
yaara has been In charge of tha Atlantic
Coaat dlatrlct of th* Salvation
Army, was In Washington Sunday to
look over the hotel site and consult
with local Salvation Army officials
regarding a site for the hostess house
which the Salvation Army plans to
maintain In Washington for friends
and relatives of soldier* burled In Arlington.
Next month Major John O. MoOet,
In charge of the Induatrlal home In
Philadelphia, will come to Washington
to relieve Major Allan Nelll, in
charge of Industrial ajid social work
here, and Commandant Elmer Johnston.
In charge of flald work. Washington
heretofore has been attached
to Uultimorc, Richmond and Norfolk.
northwest, occupied by Charles M.
Rowe. Rent reduced from-$70 to lift
Premises No. 2827 Eleventh street
northwest, occupied by 8. E. George.
Rent reduced from $100 per month,
furnished, to $70. furnished, and $50,
I Premises No. 743 Park Road north;
west, occupied by H. J. Hayden.
Rent reduced from <00 to $60/per
! Premises No. 270ft Eleventh street
northwest, first floor, occuppied by
L. J. Raebach. Kent increased from
$25.50 to $27.00 per month: owner
i asked fof $32.50. Second floor, occupied
by J. L Keiater. Rent fixed
at $30 50 per month; owner asked fer
Apartment No. 38, in The Victoria,
corner of Clifton and Fourteenth
streets northwest, occupied by W. G.
Campbell. Rent reduced from $00 to
$48 per month.
Apartment No. 1, In premises No.
1745 Kalorama road, northwest, occupied
by Grace A. Blelght. rent reduced
from $40 to $35 per month.
Two rooma on aeoond floor of premises
No. 610 Florida avenue northwast.
occupied by Austin J. Holllda.w,
rent reduced from $30 to $10 per
Apartment No. i, in The Mt. Pleasant
apartment houae. 3103 Mt Pleas
! ant street northwest, occupiod by Dr.
I Joseph K. Northwood. rent reduced
; from $80 to $40 per month.
| Apartment No 8. In the Mt. Pleaajant
apartment houae. 3103 Mt. PlaaaI
ant street northwest, occupied by
Mrs. Olga fi. Moncure, rent reduced
from $80 to $50 per month.
Apartment No. 3, second floor, of
premises 3113 Georgal avenue northwest.
occupied by Charles E. Whlton:
rent reduced from $37.00 to $20 per
| Apartment No. 4. second floor, of
'premises 3113 Georfla avenue northI
west, occupied by Vaun B. Cafferty;
| rent reduced from $37.50 to $20 per
Apartment No. 5, flrst floor, of
premises 3110 Georgia Avenue northi
west, occupied b yArthur G. Maynard:
rent reduced from $30 to $23 per
Apartment No. 7. second floor, of
in so-called Quality cigai
The ADLON band on
of ADLON cigars is the A
sents my guarantee that yo
a mild Havana - filler - a
cigar, expertly blended ol
filled with a rich flavor t
I'll stake my reputati
on your judgment of this
what goes into it. Befoi
I made more than five h
of curing processes and bJ
I experimented with o
finest tobaccos procurable
when I finally had hit u
combination I decided wa
enough to put into the "i
my dreams," I offered the i
Tiy the ADLON?the li
Governor shape, for exam
you don't say it's the most
able smoke you ever enjo;
miss my guess.
At Cigar Countmra Evrj
President. 44 Cigar
Capital Clear * Tohae.
804 PrsnirlTSsIs Ar
'fecto or Longfellow, 2/for 2(
w men's hotel in the near fut
ftt stories high, will be moder
e built by the Salvation Arm}
t, 115-21 Pennsylvania avc
the rear of the proposed ii
With the change of officer# thla
will become * separata center for
v<flon Army work.
Major Nell! haa been In W.Ml
ton for th/ea yeara. Much of his
haa beenfcpent at Walter Reed
pital. where every **
twenty-flve wounded aoldleri
eenA* them to the Salvation army
houae. at Atlantic City.
During the war he *a? on # '
health and employment commute
Washington. and handled many
port cMe* for women relative
oversea* aoldlers, who wantod t
Major McOee who la coming
ir charge of the Salvation Army '
la one of the beat known officer* 01
army. He has developed the Phlli
phla induitrlal home until today
counted a* one of the Industry
Philadelphia, employing hundred
men and reclaiming property
net* the Salvation Army thous
or dollara each year
Judge Who Wed Couples
Has Tables Turned ani
Becomes Groom Hims<
Judge Robert E. Mattlngly of
Municipal Court, who has Hate
to the "I will" of doxens of cou
since Mtumlng hi# JJudlcial du
iMt apring. had the tablea turned
! himself yesterday.
Judge Mattlngly stood before
colleague, Judge George C. Auk
with Mrs. Oertrude Barranger,
the Utters home. 1218 K sti
northwest, and promised to l<
honor and obey and be home ev
night at 10 o'clock.
A large number of friends of
pair witnessed the cerem<
Afterward Judge and Mrs Mattl
ly left for a trip to the Thou*
premises 3115 Qeorgi aavenue n<
west, occupied by Russell Ha
rent reduced from $37.50 to $25
Apartment No. I. second flooi
premises 3115 Georgia avenue n
west, occupied by U T. Dugan.
redhead from $37.50 to $25 per mi
Apartment No. 10. first flooi
premises 3117 Georgia avenue n
west, occupied by J. C. Adams,
reduced from $85.10 to $22.50
Apartment No. 11. second floo
premises 3117 Georgia avenue n<
weat, occupied by Lucy Here
rent reduced from $37.50 to $
Apartment No. 12. second floo
premises 3117 Georgia avenue n<
west, occupied by Charles M.
key, rent reduced fro m$37.50 tc
$300 FARE TO JAPAN.
TOKYO. Aug. 17.?Trans-Pi
passenger rates will be raised 2f
cent September 15. it wax annou
today. The Increase will make
coat of first class cabin passage,
Japan to the United States $300.
rs that sell at higher
any of the five shapes
lDLON bond. It repreu
are getting in ADLON
f choicest tobacco, and
hat is fragrant, smooth
on as a tobacco expert
cigar, because I know
er I perfected ADLON
undred individual tests
inly the ?
A _ j Corona
' A*d Shape
ASSERT 1MB 1
I HURT U. S. SHIPPING
*0 American Builders Petition Pubure
i lie to Demand They Be
n in Abrogated.
I On (Continue irora First !'** )
mue u, WBi $J?0.000,000. Tor laat yd?r It
lOtd was probably In cxieas of $700,000,000.
while the custom receipt* (or the
same period were less than a third of
cKy that sum. We are atlll tsrisklsc *sr
yal- ??"?e|4t?ra abroad, as we ha?e bees
lor a Isss, sskrelirs aeries *1 /ears,
(ilng- w r will rwatlaite la do so Mill step*
time bare beea lakes 10 keep our s?w
Hoi- <*banl sisrlsr prnssarslljr o?o? the
lects seas," Ike cousmlllee declares,
and The British Board of Trade, by a
rest survey of the shipping situation,
"shows unmistakably the value of an
veral adequate merchant marine In maines
In lalnlng the prosperity of a country,
pass- *nd It Indicates how the lack of such
d of * trade fleet has gone far to offset the
0 go visible balance of trade In America's
favor, which was created through the
here material excess of our exports over
work imports," according to the version of
r tbe the shipbuilders' committee.
H GERMAN COMMERCE
H WITHU.& INCREASES
New Shipping Arrangement# Ex1
pec ted to Boost Present Figure
Approval of the plans for the "Interchange
of courteatea" and a worka|f
lnf agreement between the HamburgAmerican
line and the American Ship
the an(j Commerce Corporation for trade
ned between the United States ports and
pies Germany will In a short period place
ties Germany In its prewar position of
1 on trade with the United States, shipping
men today declared,
his During the last twelve months Gerum
many has steadily Increased its trade
with the United States. It assumed
* the position of sixth largest purchaser
of American-made commodlties
during the last flscal year. Durry
Ing the month of June It stood flfth
among European nations purchasing
' For the flscal year of 1930, ending
ng" June 30, commodities valued at $202.ana
176.079 were exported to Germany.
Countries of Europe taking goods of
,h_ greater total value from American
. * markets were: Great Britain, $2,181,336,000;
Fiance. I716.S11.629: Italy.
per *398.065.793; Belgium. *317,012,688, and
nf Netherlands, $254,449,827.
0'rth- Reports for the month of July will
rent b*' matie Public during tbe next ten
h days by the Department of Cora
meice.. Experts predict that Ger
? many will increase both imports from
or * and exports to the United States durrent
|ng. that perj0<j 7^, opening of a
per through line with unlimited facilities
will place Germany In a position
r> ?* where she can resume her prewar
jrth- tradt\ those connected with the vaford,
rjOUB trade organizations believe.
25.50 Much of the imports and exports of
Germany now are shipped through
r. of other countries for the lack of direct
Lus- Figures received here from offl>
$25 clal sources In Mexico indicate that
Germany is exporting more goods to
I that country now than any country
other than the United States.
:! COLORED SLAYER
1 IS GIVEN REPRIEVE
Attorney Getting Respite Unaware
President Had Refused
Not having heard that President
Wilson had refused to commute the
death sentence of Frank Bowman, colored.
convicted of killing Clarence J.
Keefer, In Lord's Woods. In 1916. As- j
sislant District Attorney Charles Arth
went before Justice Hltz, of the DIs- I
trlct Supreme Court, this morning and
obtained postponement of Bowman's
execution which had been scheduled
at the District Jail for tomorrow.
The court set September 22 as the
date for Bowman's hanging.
The accused was present In court
and was returned to the Jail atfer receiving
this brief respite. When Mr.
Arth returned to his office he found
there waiting for him a message from
the Department of Justice Informing
him that President Wilson had re'
fused to entertain the petition for
clemency in the condemned man's
case, and unless other means develop
In the meantime to save Bowman's life
he will pay the penalty of his crime
JUDGES ARE SELECTED
FOR ROCKVULE FAIR
ROCKVILLE. Md.. Aug. IT.?
Director sof the Montgomery County
Agricultural Society have selected the
following to Judge the various exhibits
at the annual fair to be held
V here Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday
ij and Friday of next week:
? Heavy draft horses, Edward Nlc1
odemus. of Waynesboro, Pa., and
7J Frank W. Mlsh. of Hagerstown; light
A draft - and saddle horses, John O.
j Gheen, Washington: cattle. B. F. .
H Jones. Montrose, Pa.; hogs and sheep. !
K F. B. James. Waterford. Va.; farm
products. M. Benson. Germantown.
Mrt : vegetables. Daniel Shoemaker.
Takoma Park; fruits. E. W. Scott,
I York ud M.d.caJ HQW
Author, Myai gfr
"It l? my oplnoa Uut la prat- W
1 tlralW run# tiowt 0*11 of tan. on* vr>
tr?n* failing *tr?nfih
1 n*Mf ar* tm <Wrifi#fKy UjMM
nf <rr?o In tha blood I urn eon*
vlaaad thai (bar* ara (honuntto
' who, tlmpl? by taking NuutH W
I Iron might r?a?fllr build op th*?r
| rad blood cnrputrla*. Inrraata
Ihaif ohraJrmf anargy and f***
th*ma?lvaa bach to Ihraot and /)
rigorous haalth.'* (m C+7
WHO LOOK AFTER THE
WELFARE OF THE GOVERN
I The Government is carrying on a cai
of Americanization?a welfare campaign f(
When former Sectary Franklin K. Li
tired, he said: "There are a rreat many th
people here (in Washington/ to whom th<
ernment has given no consideration exi
that they are its employes."
Every great business organization, ever
employer of labor, has a welfare depart*
that & all bat one?the largest one?the
Perhaps that's why in private busines
and women are said to work with tbair en
and in the public buaineaa they work f
Americanization is co-operation. It's y
work for and with those persons the Gove
| is seeking to Americanize.
| Why doesn't the Government begin at
and look after the welfare of its employes
/ 1 ? N
250 Women Can Choose From
15 Smart Styles in
Georgette Crepe Blouses have
reached a new height in popularity
this season and it's because they are
prettier and of better quality than
Smartly trimmed styles with touches
of lace, or beads and embroidery?and
whether the neck be round, or square,
I the collar rolling or flat, or no collar at
all, the style is new. Colors?white,
flesh, bisque and burnt orange.
Smtl Floor?Unkmk a Brother.
I We make a specialty of fitting out tfc
only comfortable but as stylish and trim
NIGHTBOBKS, made of fin* nainsook with
round and V-neck. Fmbroiderv and lac?
trimmed. $2.4#. <2.W and g3J0.
COMBINATION'?. cornet cover and drawor
model*. Back and front trimmed with embroidery
and fine lace. (2.23 md S2.9A.
ENVELOPE CHEMISE, made of fine nainsook
and ail are nrettilv trimmed with ftne
laces. Wednesday, priced S2.?3 and W.93.
Before the real cold weather arrives is
the time to buy a supply of good-looking
I neck apparel.
No auit la complete without its fresh collar
or veatee of organdy or dainty l?<vs
I.ace and Organdy Vesting*. W.50 to M.80 T*.
Narrow handings to match In white and cream.
ti.no to 92.50.
White Organdy Saah. 3 yards long. Some nari
row and ?ome wide, plquot and plain hemmad,
lace trimmed, ai.oo aad *t.w?.
First Floor?Untkargk 4 Brother.
I Made of fine quality percale or arinffham in
either the slip-over style or button side
models. Some are trimmed with rick-rack
braid and others with contrasting colors. Also
pockets nnd belt. Very Rood looking and very
BRfcAKFAUT SETS, made In the two piece
model*, of good percala In plain pink and hlu?_
Also some In neat stripes. Set-In sleevo* and
trimming of fancy hralds and piping. l.arge
pooV#?tP and belt. Special for Wfdnei* gyl
Third FloAr?l.annhurKh A Brother.
' * 1
New Arrivals in
Ms HATS i
$5.00 and $6.95
We arc now showing a
^ Ar*e complete assortment of the
; Gov- newest untrimmed hats for
is men j|
iployor It is a very simple matter I
or the to trim your own fall hat in
when you have so many won- f
welfare derful models in Panne and |
rnment Lvons velvet, duvetyn and |
plush from which to make a |
home selection. |
And aside from the * hat it- j|!
self, we are showing a very ||
wide assortment of lovely J
trimmings for fall?such as 1
fancies of ostrich and beauti- I
ful flowers. I
> Flw * Bra. |
We Have an Added Feature J
in Our Sale of I
Low Shoes J
?and every woman who enjoys either
sports or comfort will be sure to take
advantage of the
Stunning White Sport Oxfords =
which fro on tile Wednesday morninr. j
together with the many other beautiful
style* in dark shoes.
The Sport Oxford* are of whlta canvas.
genuine white buckskin and alao some in
reignskln cloth. They are trimmed with
black or tan Russian calf, as illustrated.
All have white rubber shoes.
' There are all six?* in the lot. but not all
; sizes in every style.
The shoes are .lust an rood one year as
another, but the price is only roort NOW. i
I Second Floor?I.ansbnrgb 4b Brother j
le stout woman so that she will he not I
looking as her slim sister.
PETTICOATS, of white sateen with panel
back and front and prettily scalloped edge. >
You can't see through them. S2.93. ^
BLOOMERS, of batiste In either fleah or
white. Trimmed with lace and some with
self. S2.M. $2.03 and *3.30.
DRAWEllS. made uf good quality muslin. ;
also some of cambric. Trimmed with hem- !
stitching and fine tucks and embroidery.
nrfk 4k Brother. |
This Is the Corset You Need
* 111 protect and pre- ^
serve the charm of m
And style In a corset^
style for you when the \ . 4
corset Is designed espe- fyf\
daily for your type of /// \
freedom which only a sIlI-P /
perfect StMn* ^
know you are wearing H H*- * ?WI|
a oorsit; It te so^com- H HL<. , V
on* a light ^evening I IV.
the full result of wear- VUl f If
Ing the American La^rty a|ljj H iYV
shoald have In n cor- I I Si
ae*?Style. PH. '? - Si M V \
fart and Wear?yen ^|| V yw
get at so lltle coat la HJrA
Back Lace and Front Lace
$3.00 to $7.50 1
ThIH piMr^l.Mshiirtk JL Brother.