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Marshall's Address Today
Preliminary to Nation
wide Drive.
Vic# President Marshall. Speaker
Gillett and members of the Senate
and House will address the Boy
Scout* at the Capitol this morning at
11 o'clock. The meeting.' which will
be held on the Capitol steps, ia pre
. liminary to the opening tomorrow of
the nation-wide drive for l.WO.OOO as
sociate members of the organization
which has done so much already for
'the boys of America.
"Boy Scout" week will begin tomor
row. The District of Columbia com
mittee in charge of the campaign
. here, under the leadership of E. B.!
Eynon, Jr.. has made plans for an j
Intensive drive. Personal solicitation i
for associate members will be made
* by teams of men throughout the busi- i
ness section of the city. E. G. Ad
am* in chairman of the committee on I
special solicitation, and has appointed i
the men to lead the team?, each team!
captain selecting his own men.
Melvin C. Sharpe, chairman of the;
committee on government depart
ments, has requested the following
chief clerks and other officials of va
rious departments and bureaus to
serve on his committee: j
W. M. Steuart, Tariff Commission;
Elmer E. Rogers. U. S. Shipping
Board; Ruskin McArdle, Postofflce
.Department; William F. Richards.
District Building; W. Irving Adams.
Smithsonian Institution; Robert M.
Reese. Department of Agriculture;
? A. L. Flint. Panama Canal Commis
sion; John T. Dayles. Civil Service
Commission; Rear Admiral Thomas
J. Cowie. U. S. N.. Navy Depart
ment; Ward A. Fitzsimmons. State
Department; L. G. Asbury. War
Trade Board; John C. Schofleld. War
Department; V. S. Lingamfelter, De
partment of Labor; JC*. D. Stewart.
Department of Justice; Alfred Hol
?ead. Interstate Commerce Commis
sion; Dr. Philip D. Smith. Geological
Survey; Thomas C. Doran. Federal
Trade Commission; Albert W.
Crabbe. Fuel Administration; E. W.
Libbey, Department of Commerce;
W. Marvin Pope, Alien Property
Custodian's office; Paul F. Myers.
Treasury Department; M. O. Chance,
postmaster. Washington. D. C.; J. L
Alverson. Government Printing Of
fice; Martin A. Roberts, Library of
Congress; Commander Marquart.
Navy Yard, and James L. Wilmeth.
director Bureau of Engraving and
Printing.
MEMORIAL APPROVED
FOR AMERICAN HEROES
The I'nlted States Commission of
Fine Arts yesterday pave a hearty in
dorsement to the plan of creating a
forest memorial park to the men who
fell in the war. on the pike between
Washington and Baltimore.
James H. Preston, of Baltimore.
William E Elliott. Blanchard Ran
dall. Col. John P. Hill and Forester
V. W. Bos ley. of Maryland, yesterday
as a committee from Baltimore, laid
the plan before the Fine Arts Com
mission.
The plan contemplates the construc
tion of the park to represent the dif
ferent forests in France in which the
Americans fought and the construc
tion of a now 200-foot boulevard be
tween Washington and Baltimore bi
secting the park.
The proposed reservation Includes
tho territory formnc the watershed or |
Potomac and embraces about 100.- ;
0fO acres
$165,000,000 MERGER
PLANNED BY PACKERS
^hiensro. June 6.?Details of the j
m:?.000 ooo merger of eight pack-1
incr companies into one giant or-1
ganization headed by John Hawkin-j
son. of Wilson and Company, will:
b?( made public in X' w York Mon- (
day. it was announce h*re today.
I'nder plan.* of th< f"w organiza-,
tion present owners trill retain op
erating and financial interests, ac
cording to the announcement.
Says His Wife Loved
Another; Asks Divorce
Isaac M. Capays, formerly of Ligao, '
Phillioine Islands, once a member of
the Phillipino National Guard, filed
fiift ir the District Supreme Court
yesterday for an absolute divorce
l rom Kdna <*apa\ s.
Capays tell the court that dujjng
t.-leven months he served in the
rhilliplne National Guard. wife
devoted her attention to another.
He came to this country in April,
1012. h?* stat*:? and in April.1916. was
married, shortly afterward enlisting
in the Guard. The Capays have one
child. Th? husband is represented by !
Attorney# Thomas and Patterson.
Wax Works Murder Riles Him.
NVw York. June ?.-Dr W. K. Wil- i
kins. ' harged with wife murder, sued 1
Coney Island museum for 92S.60O. The j
museum had a wax works of the al- j
leged murder.
Thousand Years
By MABEL WAGNALLS
The Original Story Of
Nazimova's Great
Photoplay Revelation
The history of this story is a
romance in itself?has been |
published in popular maga
zines and high-brow?a sen
sation on the screen and also
used as a text in the pulpit.
The book contains a Sequel
to the original story. Of this
Sequel the
Xrw Vorh Sun mmjut
"She has rounded out her story
with great artistry and those
who read it or who saw the film
play will be eager to see how
she has succeeded in justifying
the life of Joline the 'saucy' Pa- .
risian model."
Illustrated with 8 striking: scenes af ;
Xasimova in the Play
75 cts. net; by mail. 8.1 cts.
Bookstores or Publishers.
Ft Mv A WAGNALLS COHPA3TY,
.134 Fourth Ave., If. Y.
>r. ilay'a Treatment cosine ra wont eases
CpTapay. Spasm#. Conrulsloes. Nerrotxa D'.sop
>ers. Genenas $2.00 bottle icat free. Statu Ao
ic.W. H. MAY. M3 ST.. WKW YOB*
CHICAGO PHONE RATES
BOOSTED 20 PER CENT
Chicago, June 1?'The high coat of
living went up another notch here
when a 20 per eent Increase in telo
phone rates was announced by the
Chicago Telephone O^jpany. Cor
poration Counsel Ettelaon declared he
immediately will apply for an In
junction. Unlimited service for bus
iness houses was abolished, as were
residence service rates. These will be
replaced by charges on a percentage
basis.
The old 11-50 a month phone in dwel
lings is abolished under the new rul
ing.
W.R7&TT0ASK
FOR FEDERAL AID
Appeal to Recently Created
Railways Commission De
clared Only Recourse.
An appeal over the head of the
Public Utilities Commission to the
federal Railway* Commission win
be made by the Washington Rail
way and Electric" Company, unless
the District Utility body provides
financial relief claimed necessary by
the W. R. and E. to prevent its in
solvency.
K tat*iTe.nt was made last
I night by officials of the railway
i corporation.
...,?V e uar* I1"*1"* timt. until re
sults show the success or failure of
I the 2-cent transfer." said one. "We
f1h?%COnt?nded from the start that
n^nviV" transffr would fail to
[Provide enough additional revenue.
!g?vcsUffr,h^he Commission
confident it wl "I^entu'ill" an a"
CommTsJion!" mad* '? the Fed"?';
To Stfrnam Railway*.
The Federal Commission an-!
?oi 7dt re,ce"tly by rresi<lent WU
, 'ts function is to investigaUl
me1h<2 J recommendations as to
methods for protecting street rail.
wV?SystlT ?*?'?>" bankruptcy
Impossibility of complying with'
f'0r(d" of the utilities Commi,-;
, C'eMd "ervic? 18
the W R ? communication from
!!o h ^.a?d E to the "^mission,
to be mailed today.
A cost of Jl.000.000 for new cars1
would be entailed in carrying out
the schedule ordered by the c^n
mission. it is declared by the com
pany. which states further in the
communication that additional op
erating expenses would be 1:58.000
annually more than the company's
estimated income from the transfer.
Expect (lss.ooo Revenue.
President Ham said yesterday
that an average of JSOO a day is
j expected from the transfer, bringing
an estimated total revenue of llfis
noo by the end of the vear The
transfer order will expire January 1
otherwise ordered by the
: Utilities Commission.
Interesting developments from the
public s viewpoint are expected from
a meeting of the Federation of Citi
zens' Associations tonight in the Dis
trict Building.
PIONEER SUFFRAGIST
RAPS PASSAGE; QUITS
Lexine-ton. Ky.. June Mrs.
Laura Clay, pioneer woman sulTra
glst in the South and former presi
| dent of the Kentucky Equal RIkMs
Association, has withdrawn from
that organization. Mrs. Clay de
j rlared the Susan B. Anthony sur
frace amendment passed by the
United States Senate violates the i
principles of State rights by its en
forcing clause.
; i
"Count" Jailed Attempting
To Put St. Louis on Map
St. Tenuis. June 6.?When Now
York police finish with "Count" Max
De Chimang. of Germany, he's ?.rm
ing back and "put St. Louis on the
map." De Chimang, arrested for
New York authorities on charges of
a J 10.000 forgery, was organizing
his plan when aprehended. he de
clared today.
He proposed a line of barges, j
self-propelled, to ply between St.
Louis and South American cities.
Frederick Thompson
Dies After Operations
New York. June 6.?Frederick W. j
Thompson, creator of many famous
musement parks, scenic railways!
and similar enterprises, died here j
ediy afer a series of operalons. ,*
Thompson built the N'ew York
Hippodrome. Luna Park at Coney
Island, and many of the attractions
at the San Francisco Exposition of
1915.
THE TOW
The Cklrtprtetle Association of
the District of Columbia will meet
at the office of Dr. Wlnfleld 8. Whit
man in the Professional Building,
1226 New York avenue northwest,
this evening at S o'clock.
Members of the Maine Society
will hold the first of a series of
picnics at Miller Cabin. Rock Creek
Park, at 6 o'clock this evening.
War workers and others from the
State of Maine are invited to at
tend.
Many members recently returned
from France will attend the regular
monthly smoker of the Kappa Al
pha Alumni at the fraternity house,
2511 Fourteenth street. northwest,
tonight. There will be a program
of spealflng, music and other ac-'
tivities.
( ampflre girls will help sell tags
today for the benefit of the Home
for the Blind, 3050 R street north
west.
The Tenehera* Clnh will hold Its
annual meeting for election of offi
cers at 3 o'clock, and a reception
for members and friends from 4 to'
6 today in the clubrooms.
William Jennings Brynn Is to
speak at 9 o'clock tomorrow night
at the First Baptist Church.
Dr. Ira Landrlth, the fsmons
Southern orator, who is attending
tf.e prohibition rally, will speak in
?ie Gurley Memorial Presbyterian
Church this evening at 8 o'clock on
"World-round Prohibition; America
\\Til Lead the World."
A men'a chorus Is to be organised
at Central H^h School Sunday
| afternoon by tne War Camp Com
munity Service. Harry E. Mueller,
organist at the First Congregational
I Church, will give an organ recital
at Sunday's sing at the school. Mrs.
Beulah Harper is to sing. Miss
?Gertrude Hall will be accompanist.
Herbert Wall will lead the chorus
singing.
Y. W. C. A. Booklovera will take
I picnic suppers to Chevy Chase Lake
| next Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock.
There will be an informal talk by
; Miss Alice Hutchins Drake.
The Nebraska Girls' Aksarben
I Club will not give its usual monthly
dance tonight, but will join with the
I Nebraska State Association in a re
1 ception and dance the evening of
j June 12 at Wilson Normal School.
St. Margaret's Church Sunday
1 school will hold its annual picnic
! today at beautiful, historic Great
? Falls Park. Va.
I The Notional Genealogical So
! clety will meet at 8 o'clock tonight
rN CRIER
at 10J0 Monroe street northwest,
residence of Re*. W. W. Curry.
KilkeHse Hashes. Caaadlaa lee
turer and writer for the freedom of
Ireland, will apeak at > p. m. Sun
day at Qonxaga Hall, I street, near
North Capitol, on "The Present Day
Revival of Gaelic Political ? Prin
ciples." Frank Walsh. Jr., also will
speak.
NEGRO SLAYER
GETS 30 YEARS
Moses M'Cauley, Sentenced
For Killing Robert
Washington.
Moses McCauley, colored, known to
the police as a "tough guy" was sen
tenced to 30 years in the penitentiary
yesterday by Chief Justice McCcy in
the Criminal Court for the murder of
Robert Washington, also colored.
The killing occurred at Twenty
eighth and K streets northwest on
August 16 last. McCauley had boi
rowed 12 from Helen Washington, a
sister of Robert, and had given her a
cheap watch as security. Two hours
later McCauley came to the woman's
house and demanded his watch back.
A heated argument followed. Shortly
afterward. McCauley met Robert
Washington on the street and another
argument followed, which resulted in
McCauley pulling out a pistol and
killing Washington. Detective Scrive
ner made the arrest
The grand Jury indicted the mur
derer for first degree murder, but the
court consented to accept a plea ot
guilty of second degree murder.
Girl Sleeps 14 Weeks;
Medical Experts Puzzled
Mobile. Ala., June 6?Katie Rose. 14
yer-old girl, is a puzzle to Southern
medical societies. She has been sleep
ing 14 weeks at her heme here. At In
tervals, she regains consciousness,
plays the piano, sings, eats, and oth
erwise acts normally, only to relapse
Into a coma within a few hours.
Physicians declare she is not suf
fering from "sleeping sickness." Ex
perts from the East will probably
be summoned to Mobile to study
| her case.
I
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Rexo and Ansco Cameras
$1.00 Weekly
Payments
(After Small First Payment)
Largest stock of Kodaks in
Washington. We have the
size you want.
Get a better camera and
take time to pay for it.
FILMS DEVELOPED 1 (\c
Try our developing service once and ^ \J
you'll be a permanent friend and customer.
Best Printing Service in Washington
at Very Reasonable Prices
Thousands of Minutes Are Wasted
sharpening pencils, which could be saved by using
Eversharp Pencils, $1 Up
the pencils that are always sharp but never sharpened.
And Tempoint Pens, $2.50 Up
Harry C. Grove, *?<
Columbia Store 1210 G Street Mh<2067
OPENING of
THE SAVOY LUNCH
Opposite CrandaH's Theatre Cor. 9th and E Sts.
June 7,11a. m.--Today
The Coolest and
Finest Eating Place
In the City
FOR LADIES
and GENTLEMEN
tamms
Souvenirs
wsmm
DOUNIS & LYNARD, Proprietors
OFFER PLAN TO AVERT
D. C. WATER FAMINE
i
Washington 1* on the verge of a
water (amine during the summer, and
cnly tjie strictest saving can avert
the threatened danger, J. S. Garland,
superintendent of the Water Depart
ment, yesterday, warned the pub)'.c.
The warning followed submission by
Gen. W. I* Marshall, of the United
States Army, retired, former engineer,
of a recommendation for an Immedi
ate Increase In the city's water sup
ply.
The plan as worked out by the army
engineers contemplates an Increase of
the supply by 90,000,000 gallons dolly
hi a cost of 1600,000. This construc
tion work would require about six
months to complete.
Ckonu Rehearsal Tomorrow.
Final rehearsal of the French
chorus for the concert presentation
of the opera. Carmen, at the Wilson
Normal School Monday evening, will
take place in the school auditorium
at 5 o'clock tomorrow. August
King-Smith, director of the chorus,
will be In charge of the rehearsal.
100 YEOMEN (F)
FORM D.G.LEGION
Members of Various Navy
Department Branches
Organize Post.
Betsy Rom. Post No. 1, American
Legion came into being yesterday af
ternoon when several hundred yco
I men (f) of all branches of the Wash- j
ington Navy Department signed the ;
charter roll of the organisation at a
i meeting held at Red Cross Recreation
Center, Seventeenth and New York I
avenue northwest.
It is expected that Washington ?
chapter will be the largest yeomen (f)
chapter in the society. It is the first j
woman's unit to be created. Under.
the rules of the temporary constitu-'
tion, formulated at the American Le- j
gion convention held at St. Louis. May i
i
I to 10. all women who havs nmi
service In the nary. Marine or arm?
corps are eligibie to membership
Col. T. Lester Jones. State Com
mander District of Columbia Depart
ment, American legion, explained the
purpose of the organization. He was
assisted by Ueut. Howard 8. Fisk. J
SUte Adjutant. District cf Columbia
Department.
Temporary officers were elected.
Those chosen were Miss Hops Knick
erbocker, chairman, and Miss Ade
laide R. Harbers. secretary. Miss
Knickerbocker will select a commit
tee of five from representative branch,
es of the Navy Department to form
a nominating committee to select per
manent officers.
The purposes of the organization
"re not alone to confer benefits In
times of sickness or need, but also
to serve as a body to perpetuate as
sociations of the world war.
?'h*r Washington posts will be cre
ated later. Women Marinettes will
ior?n a separate chapter as soon as
a suitable name for their unit can be
found.
The government has bought 11.000
alarm clocks for the army. But it
will not require this order to convin^
our friends across the sea that the
United States army is wide awake
104,000 Clerks to Get
Pay Questionnaires
Government clerk# to the number
of about 104.090 in Washington are
soon to receive a aecond Question
naire frotp the Cong reealonal Commit
alon on Reclassification of BalalW.
They will be given a new list of qmsa
tiona which they will be expects* to
answer.
The now questionnaire la construct
ed to include queries concerning other
members of the family In the govern
ment service. This chance follows
charges in the lower House of Con
gress that three aons of Representa
tlve Blanton of Tezaa are drawiag
salariea from the government.
NF
URALGIA
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Satin Succeed*!
Satin Skin Cold Cream:
30c siie. 25c;
tax. lc ?O0
Satin Skin Greaseless Cream;
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Satin Skin Face Powder.
35c size, 29c 31^
*KiN
tax. 2c..
tax. 2c.
Satin Skin
35c size. 29c
tax. 2c
Tint;
31C
Ingram's Milkweed
Cream
A clear, colorful complex
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$1.00 sise, 70cI QOA
tax. 4c
BOc ?l?.e, 42c | 44^
Lyon's Tooth Powder or Paste.
19c. Tax. lc 20c
Sanitol Powder or Paste 21c.
Tax. lc 22c
Liberated Tooth Powder, 23c.
Tax lc 24c
Burrill's Powder. 25c. Tax. lc Mc
Graves' Tooth Powder. 19c. Tax.
lc 20c
Llsterlne Tooth Powder, 21c.
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Arnica Tooth Soap. 25c. Tax.
lc 2Hc
Forhan's Tooth Paste. 45c. Tax.
2c 47c
Forhan's Tooth Paste. 23c. Tax,
lc 24c
Mennen's Tooth Paste, 29c. Tax.
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Senreco Tooth Paste. 19c. Thx.
lc SOc
Pond's Dental Cream. 19c. Tax.
lc 20c
Colgate's Dental Powder. 24c.
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Kolynos Tooth Paste, 23c. Tax.
lc 24c
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Talcum Powder. 25c; OG.A
S tax, lc
Face Powder. 50c;
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Prevent Perspiration Odors
470
A. D. S. Deodor- 0(\A
int. 25c; tax. lc... ^*UV
Amolin Powder?
rmall, 23c; tax. lc...24c
Large. 45c; tax. 2c..47c
Eversweet?
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t?"ui8ch\25c: 260
Meritol Vanity 9fi/*
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Meritol Non-Perspiro.
a liquid preparation,
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Mum. 21c;
Lax. lc
22 0
j Nonspi, 45c;
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Odor-Sweet prevents
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I )dors: harmless to th
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:25c; tax.
| lc
Odo-ro-no?
I Small, 23c: tax. Jo...24c
! Large. 45c; tax. 2c...47c
I Penslar Sorbatol Pow?
j Ifr. an ideal preparation
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lri;c;.tax: 26e
Cold Cream. 50c;
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Double Combination Cream. ^
50c; tax. 2c
Toilet Water, $2.00;
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A Little Care
Every morning by brushing your teeth
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irtll be a great saving to you la old
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j aelps to remove tartar and makes
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Arabian Egg Shampoo. | Mulsified Cocoanut Oil.
45^j"c; tax; 440
Xyal's Shampoo, 25c;
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Nelson's Scalp Cleanser.
^c:.tax-. 210
Palmolive Shampoo,
23??:.ta"-. 41^
Packer's Liquid Tar,
47C
Penslar Shampoo: nev
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vorite among every
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Bernard's Cocoanut
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39c; tax, 2c
Barnard's Cocoanut
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cellent article to 1Q/*
remove dandruff...
Cuticura Soap 21c
Crudol Shampoo, tube.
?cSc:.tax: 210
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i Concress Combination Fountain Syringe and
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Reliable Hair Tonics
\B
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Duchesne Tar and ?gg I Wanous Shampoo Bags*
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Armand Face Pow
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tax. 2c
Alysla Face Powder,
made by Bonjois &
Co., Paris, from genu
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der; delicately per
fumed and i n all
shades; choice, AZA
43c; tax. 2c *?r
Colgate's Face Pow
tax! 2c?'...' 520
Colgate's Rouge, 3
shades, choice.
35c: tax, 2c.... olV
Dorin No. 18 Rouge,
23c; tax. 240
Dorin Rouge. Bru
nette and Framboise;
choice, 45c; AH A
tax, 2c yr
Lablache Powder.
Ben Levy make; all
shades in stock; choice.
60c; tax. 52?
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Djer-Kiss Face Pow
der?
Small, 59c; tax. 3c.62c
Large. 98c; tax, 4c.$U2
Java Rice Powder?
50c size, 39c; 41 ,
tax. 2c 41?
Lov'mc Face Pow
der, 75c; tax HQa
3c <o?
Melbaline liice Pow
icr:.25c.\.lax-.. 260
Melba Face Powder,
50c; tax,
tax. 2c
Mroe. Vendome Face
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tax, 4c "Of
Mavis Face Powder,
I1!! "hades; choice,
ta ?2c 520
Palmolive Face Pow
Small, 25c; tax. lc .26c
Large, 83c; tax. 4c 87c
I ?amschmsky's Black. Brown or
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Empress Dye, 89c; QQa
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Goldman's Hair Restorer, ei 94
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Mrs. Potter's Walnut Stain. QOa
89c; tax. 4c
Q-Ban Restorer, 75c size, roa
[69c; tax. 3c IAV
Standard Depilatory
Preparations
A. 1>. S. Depilatory Pow
ier. $1.00; tax, 4c
Bazin Powder. 45c;
lax,
Ayer s Hair Vigor, 83c
.lie; tax. 870
*
Barnard's Eau de Qui
j nine, an excellent prep
aration to prevent dand
1 rut! and keep the hair
' soft and fluffy; 50c size.
:?c;.tax- 410
Danderine, three sizes,
79c siie; tax. 4c SSc
45c cue; tax. 2c... 47c
24<
[ Hay". Hair Health.
69c siie; tax. 3c 72e
39c size; 41^
tax. 2c J*1*
HerpicMe Hair Tonic.
S5<- siie; tax. 4c s?e
45c siie; A7/*
tax, 2c
L.iquid Arvon. S9c siie;
':r 93<
Meritol Hair Tonic; a
i favorite among the
i ladies because it pre
1 vents loose hair and does
i lot make th* hair
greasy; two sizes; $1
1 size, tax 4c... *1.04
520
La Creole Hairdress
is 4ScC.".".:. 930
Parker's Hair Balaam.
*9c size, tax 4c He
45c size, tax 47?
l\?mpejan Hair Mas
age, three sizes; 89c
?ize, tax 4c. 49c
re. tax 2c, Blci
-'5c size, tax lc....
i*en?iar Hair Tonic,
orniuia on every bot
?le; you can see it con
.ains everything necea
ary to make the hair
(low and stop oandrufT;
.wo sizes, f 1.VU s:zc, t?V
lc. fl.O-l; it\)C Size, r
iax, iic
g-iian Hair Tonic, 8i>c
?ze. tax 4c, n?c| *m.
15c size, tax 2c....
Kox wood Hair "Tonic.
.c11*;'-.1" 520
SaKo Sag* and Sul
phur, restore, the hair
1? it. natural color
Quickly and harmlessly
4?c size, tax ri J
2c 510
Weatphafa Hair Tonic.
SSc sue, Q? '
tax 4c SMf
Wild Root Hair Tonic
SSc siie. tax 4c, N?r( ?$c
sue, tax 2c. 47c, 2?c
2c"5:."" 310
der. 39c; tax. ~~~A\a
' ?! ri ' '
2c
S,c<' Powder,
white or flesh; choice
2c :.taX' 370
Delatone. 85c;
tax. 4c.
Electrola, 85c;
tax.
Hair-go-L.iquid. $1.00
tax. 4c...
De Miracle Liquid?
Small. 53c; tax. 3c
Large, 89c; tax. 4c
Mando, $1 siie. 7?c;
tax.
Modine. 73c;
tax,
Meritol Depilatory. 75c;
tax.
Q-Ban Depilatory. 85c;
tax.
$1.04
..470
890
890
$1.04
50c
SSc
830
830
780
..89*
Talcum Powders
Babcock's Corylopsls
Talc. 15c; tax.
Butterfiy Talc (Bab
cock's make). 19c;
^ 20*
Colgate's Talc, all
odors in stock?
Small. 18c; tax. lc.lOe
Large. 2lc: tax. 2c 57e
Comfort Powder?
Small. 23c; tax. 1 c 24*
, Large, 45c; 2c^47c
I DJer-Kis, Talc. QJU
I 33c: tax. 2c..... ? *V
Graham's Violet Bo
1 rated Talc, ruli pound
I sprinkle-top box. Oflf
ISc: tax. lc
I Hudnut's Violet Sec
Talc. 25c; 260
lux. lc V
Jess Talc (American
Ai butus). 19c; i>A j
tax. lc *Vy
Melba Talc, white or
flesh; choice. 25c 0?j
tax. le tOC
Mennen s Talc, violet
>r bora ted. 19c; .nn*.
lax. lc
Piver's Talc. oi.
29e; tax. Jc..... ?Jlv
Squibb'. Talc, earn a -
tion. violet or plain:
choice. 15c; tax,
Talcolette Powder
white or fle.h?
Sm^ll. 19c; tax. lc air
Large. 29c; tax. 2c 31c
Williams' Talc all
odor. In stock; choice
lie: tax. i?j
I lc lOC
The Most Popular Toilet Soaps
Cuticura, Resinol or
Woodbury 91 ^
Soaps ^AV
3 cakes in box, 55c.
Colgate's Natural 1 (\a
Soap, cake AVV
3 cakes in box. 25c.
now.1".80"' 100
Dermatone Skin 1Q>
Soap lvr
I cakes in box, 50c.
J. & J. Medicated t Ewi
Soap, cake V
Jergen's Violet Glyce
rine Soap, O fwi
3 cakes for
Packer's Tar
Soap, cake
Johnson's Foot
Soap
Pears' Unscented 1 Ka
Soap
Pears' Scented t Ha
Soap * A<r
210
190
Palmer's Skin Success
?k?.
3 cakes 1n box, 50c.
Parke Davis a <*<>.
Germicidal Soap. 1
cake
Pozen cakes in box. S3
Say man's Vegetable
Soap. 19#t
cake ^
3 cakes in pke.. SV.
White's Specific IQi
Soap, cake XirV
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