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F1tVS THE WASHINGTOIf TDBIESJ T'RIDT; TANUAftY 57 1917. CAPTAIN RISKS LIFE TO SAVE POLICEMAN Capt. James E. Mulhall Badly Beaten in Rescuing Sick Patrolman. ASSAILANT FINALLY SHOT i Prisoner in Desperate Condition . After Bullet la Removed From Him. v .Capt. James E. Mulhall, one of the oldest wen In the police department, last night risked his life to saVe one of his own men, in a desperate etrug Kle In the home of Allen S. Gerns, 315 Fourth street southeast. Gems was shot before he was subdued. Mulhall and Policeman Edward B. "Wall, of the Fifth precinct, who re cently was operated upon and Is now recuperating, entered the house to arrest Gcrns. Gerns attacked Wall, -who was In no condition to defend himself. Mul hall Jumped at Gerns, and clung to his throat until he was beaten almost unconscious by the man, who weighs more than 190 pounds. Choked by Han. After the veteran captain had been knecked to the floor, Wall grappled wih Gerns, but was no match for the, man and was being choked "when, he says, he shot Gerns 1n self defense. At Casualty Hospital today it Vas said the wounded man had regained consciousness following removal o the ballet last night, and has a chance to recover, although Ills condition is critical. -Wife Prostrated. ' Mrs. Bessie Gerns, his wife, who appealed to the police to protect her from'her husband, who, she told the police, had beaten her. Is prostrated at her home. Captain Mulhall, although still ati hls desk at the station house, has cuts and bruises about the face. Wall also shows signs of the fierce fight. Feared For Relatives. Zt was shortly after 6 o'clock-"yesterday evening when Mrs. Gerns .tumbled into the Fifth precinct sta tion bouse exhausted and told the desk sergeant that her husband was is a furious 'state at their viome, and that she feared for the safety of her twelve-year-old son and her sister, at the house. Captain Mulhall and Policeman Wall were the only men In the sta tion house-at the time. The veteran captain knew that Wall had recent ly undergone an operation and had not fully regained his strength, so he decided to accompany him to the house. Attacked AtvOnce. Aecordlnr to Captain Mulhall. .Gerns set upon himself and Wall as soon as they reached the house. Mulhall went down under a blow and then, accord ing to tfe police, the infuriated man turned on Wall. Noble H. Rogers, a boarder at the house also was knocked down in the melee and furniture was broken. Cap. tain Mulhall quickly rallied from the flrij blow, but was struck again, ac cording to the story told at the station house. Had Grip Ob Throat. Then Wall and Gerns clinched and struggled out Into a dark hallway, where. Wall declares, Gerns got a grip on his throat and he felt his wind btjng cut off. He reached into his pocket'for his revolver, put it against Gerns side and pulled the trigger. Gerns was rushed to the hospital and shortly after arriving an oper ation was performed to remove the bullet, which entered his side. Captain Mulhall and Policeman Wall returned to the station house, where their injuries were treated by Dr. Sawtelle. "MILKY" WATER HARMLESS Not Impure, and No Cause for Worry, Engineer Explains. When the water drawn from your hjdrant has all the appearance of a glass of fluid just treated by the milkman: when It looks something like milk, and has rather a glazed taste, don't worry. That doesn't sig nify that the aqua Is impure or dan gerous to consume. Over In Baltimore the city water department officials are receiving many complaints from consumers re garding the appearance of the watear there at times. It has a milky ap pearance, and has caused no little alarm in certain sections. In Washington similar complaints are received now and then, according to Frederick W. Albert, the water en glneer. "iSut the water Is harmless," he ex plained. "It means that leaks in the hydrant have allowed air to get In the, pipes. A mixture of filtered water and air at times makes a glass of it look like a milk punch. Allow the water to stand for a mlnnte, and it will become perfectly clear. For Bin, Nervous MEN AND WOMEN nothing equals or compares with the rich lood properties in SCOTT'S EMULSION It makes other foods do good. It sharpens the appetite; stimulates the circulation and helps over come catarrhal troubles. If you are rundown, aftaemic or nervous, the benefits you will-receive from Scott' Emulsianynlluapnseyou. fttt a. Bew-tc. Bloc-altM. V. J. MRS. DAVIS AGAIN ELECTED .Unanimously Chosen to Head the Cranch-Tyler Association. The annual election .of the Cranch Tyler Home and School Association re sulted In the re-election of Mrs. Allan DaVls as president of the organization. Mrs. Davis received the unanimous vote of the organization, and was high ly praised for her work during the past yeaf. Other officers elected were Miss M. E. Wood, vice president; Mrs. J. Mc Lain. treasurer, and Miss E. Croggin. recording secretary. O. H. Benson, of the Department of Agriculture, made a brief address on the economic methods of canning fruits and vegetables. The -association voted to exert its best efforts during the next year to secure tbe actual construction of the new vocational school on the site on Potomac avenue which was purchased for It. WILL PROBE COST OF CITY CARTAGE Secretary Redfield Believes It Big Factor in High Cost- of Living. A new and Wore comprehensive In vestigation into the costs of city cart age by the Census Bureau, has been authorized by Secretary Redflcld. This inquiry was ordered by the Sec retary af.ter study of a preliminary survey n Washington, which confirm ed to a large extent his belief that a vast portion of the high cost of living -was due to cartage, or the cost of city deliveries. , ' The Secretary beliei es that the 'at tention of the people should be called to the sums that every community is called upon to pay in maintaining the wasteful and highly complex systems of individual delivery which, char acterize retail distribution at the pres ent time. In tills connection the Secretary says: "When it is considered that in the city of Washington alone there are no fewer than 5,00) retailers of all classes, who make deliveries of, their various goods, ami that the deliver service of these dealers ranges from the well-organized and highly efficient system of the large department store, at a, relatively . low cost, 'to the com paratively expensive "because small and poorly equipped service of the corner grocer, which he Is compelled by competltion to maintain. It is apparent that this one form of the cost' of city cartage represents an annual expendi ture of millions of dollars, much of which could be saved by better or ganization. "At any rate, the results of the pre limlniary survey are considered by Secretary Redfield. to be sufficiently striking to justify him in directing the Census Bureau to make a further and more exhaustive study of the subject. This study will cover not only the cost of the final delivery from the re tailer to the' consumer, but also the cost,; offansferrlng goods from the railroad station to Uie store or de liver station, (such as a milk depot). and cartage costs as they appear in other connections; I PRESS CLUB INAUGURAL New Officers Will Be Installed With Amusing Ceremonies. With amusing inaugural ceremonies, the newly elected officers of the Na tional Press Club will be installed to night. Active members of the club will stage a business meeting at 8 o'clock and at J) o'clock both associate and active members -will Join In viewing the '"inaugural parade" and a nam bci of sKils. Grafton S. Wilcox will becorio prcsl dent of the club tonight, succeellng Theodore Tiller, who declined re-elec tion. Other new officers to be installed include John Corrlgian, Jr.. financial secretary. Jesse Cottrell. secretary: Morton Mllford, vice president. New members of the board of gover nors are Earl Godwin, Mark Goodwin and B. A. Mattlngly. The retiring president of tbe club also takes a place on the board. PENSION RIDER PROBABLE Move to Advance Lodge Plan Is Expected. It is expected an attempt will be made to add the Lodge bill, estab lishing a. civil service retired list for those who have been in the Govern ment service "fifty years or more, to the legislative, executive, and judicial bill. - The bill does not reach to the merits tf the general retirement question as affecting clerks and em ployes. The number it would affect is comparatively small. A number of mi who fought In the civil war and then were, transferred to the civil service would be benefited, and a small list of others. !& M t ssV sWsa? &rzVfciA3j'aB JsP-ssssssssHlsVr IVji9aHLst93!i9ai9a7j sillllllllllllllBW77TTsilllarrFssilllllllllllHsiliak.MJ lSSWZy5EinM32!m9'& 111 ' i " i i The "Capitol Special" I.t. Washington 1100 A. M. L. Balto. Camden Sta..l 1-50 A.M. L. Balto. Mt. Royal Sta.. 11:55 A.M. Ar. Philadelphia 1 :52 P. M. Ar. NewYork 4 :00 P. M. The "National Limited" I,T. Washington 245 P. BI. L. Balto. Camden Sta... 3:33 P.M. L. Mt. Royal Sta 3:38 P. M. Ar. Philadelphia 5:37 P. M. Ar. New York 7:45 P.M. Ail-Steel Trains, Modern Coaches, Pullman Drawing Room Parlor Cars, Observation Library Care and Excellent Din ing Car Service. Baltimore and Ohio R. R. a- TO WAGE FIGHT FOR SUFFRAGE MEASURE Bill for Presidential Franchise to Be Offered, in Every State Legislature.-. A bill for presidential suffrage will be introduced In practically every' State legislature In css!on this .win ter. The Illinois act, which grants the franchise to women In Presiden tial and municipal elections, will be used as the model measure. In somo States local conditions or the peculiar ities of the,State constitution may re quire that the model act be sltgjitly atnended. In those commonwealths where referendums on suffrage are imminent, the Presidential suffrage bill will give way to the more immedi ate Issues. Aside from the influence exerted by women in the Western States In tho November election, the exercise of suffrage by women In Illinois was one of the most conspicuous features of the last election. Daughters of Prominent Men. . "I hope the introduction of Presi dential suffrage bills in the several State legislatures will remove this ridiculous inequality among the wo men of this country," said Mrs- Carrie Chapman Catt, president of the Na tional American Woman Suffrage As sociation, today. Reports received at the National As sociation headquarters here show that many of the women most active In promoting suffrage this winter are the daughters of men "Who played con spicuous parts in national politics dur ing the last generation. Daughter of "Tom" need Active. Mrs. Kitty Heed Ballantyne, daugh ter of Speaker "Tom Reed, will hae an important part in the Maine suf frage campaign. In New Hampshire, Mrs. Winston Churchill, wife -of tho novelist, will be active. Mrs. Harriet Taylor Upton.,whose father succeeded James Garfield In the House, will have charge of the Presidential suffrage bill In Ohio. An active figure In the Massachusetts campaign .will W Mr?. Shaw, daughter of the scientist Agas slz. A vigorous campaign Js under way in Oklahoma, where equal suffrage has the support of both Senators Owen and Gdre. Lle Interest in the measure is reported also from both Wisconsin and Minnesota. In Ipwa the Presidential suffrage bill may give way to an effort to obtain a new election, suit having been brought to prevent the legislature from accept ing the returns of the June, 19I8, suf frage election because of the allega tions of fraud. OFFICERS ARE INSTALLED Staff of Garrison 74,Army and Navy Union, Inducted lntoOffice. Col. W. L. Hull, of the President's Own Garrison, 104, national aide-de-camp of tbe Army and Navy Union of the United States, assisted by Capt. S. C. Rhom, conducted the installa tion services' for the officers of ;Gen. Arthur McArthur Garrison, No. 74. at the G, A. R. Hall last night. The official staff Is: Commander. W. S. Branson: senior' vice commander. J. U. Watkins; Junior vice commander. James Mulvey; quartermaster, C. G. Koens: adjutant, T. II. Little; officer of the day, William J. Davis; chap lain, John Green; executive commit tee, C. G. Koens and T. H. Little. This committee to confer with sim ilar committees from all the other garrisons to arrange for the nine teenth anniversary memorial service of the sinking of the battleship Maine, February IS, 1898. was named: C. G. Koens. T. H. Little, James Mul vey, W. S. Branson, A. T. Entroppe. J. U. Watkins, and H. McKeone. An nouncement was rrfade that the gar rison meets the first .and third Thurs day of each month. Adjt. Jolin J. Strain and N. D. W. Shoomaker, of the President's Own Garrison, were present. The annual election of officers for Gen. Leonard Wood Garrison, No. S3. Army and Navy Union, will 6"e held at G. A. R. Hall tonight. SALE IN FULL SWING 510 Buys Stylish Overcoats At Friedlander's, 428 9th Street. "' Bargains extraordinary in dressy Overcoats for men now prevail at Frledlander Brothers, 428 Ninth street northwest, Washington's economy center. At the particularly attractive price of $10, they're offering choice of a splendid assortment, embracing all the season's aproved style effects. The Overcoats are in such styles as Pinch-Back, single or doable; Bov Coats. Half Pinch and Conservatlv" models. In Browns, Blues, Grays, dark Oxfords, Noelty Mixtures, etc. Karh iVrment is well tailored. Insuring the maximum of service. Hifhdreds of Washington's bpst men, many of them men accustomed to having their clothes tailored to order, have purchased Overcoats dur Ing this sale. Without exception they have voiced their enthusiasm at the really remarkable values obtainable. Never has a harder blow been struck at the high cost of living than this offer of Overcoats at $10. It Is all the more noteworthy In view of tho fact that many other merchants are forced to announce substantial In creases In prices. Be prompt to take, advantage of this sale don't hesitate a minute come down today! After you've seen this splendid showing and made your selec tion, you'll be glad to pass the good word along to your friends. Jot down the name and address now Fried lander Brothers, 428 Ninth street northwest. Advt. rnilrlvAn Kvat Eves Eye weakness often develops at ; ! i early age. Parents should!! GREAT OVERCOAT ; ; bring their children to our Dr. ' : ; ; Baker for free examination. ! ; Glasses, if needed, will be cor-!; ' ! rectly fitted at lowest cost. Pay j ! ! I EOc a veck if you wish. - ! Castelberg'a, 935 Pa. Ave. ; f NO H.C. ot L AT CENTRAL More 'Ice Cream for Money, Bread and Butter With Soup1. 'The Increased cost of living does not seem to have affected the stu dents of Central High School. On the contrary, the prices of some of the foods are to be slightly de creased, or, rather, the portions en larged. Instead of receiving a small scoop of Ice cream which Is the staple article of diet at the school a larger one will be served. -Finding that a reasonable profit was being made on it, it was decided to Increase 4he amount given rather than to re duce the price. This meets with the hearty approbation of the students. Alaeady another concession has been made the students. Formerly a bowl of.soup was a bowl of soup. Now it is a bowl of soup plus bread and butter. SAFETY FIRST TALKS American Electric Railway Asso ciation to Hear Speeches. Policeman William S. Shelby 'will speak on "Safety First." at a meet ing of the American Electric Railway Association. Monday night in the Pep co building. Fourteenth and C streets northwest, according to an announce ment by the president of the organiza tion. J. T. Moffett. It Is expected that G. A. Lyon, a local newspaper man, will also speak. Mr. Lyon originated the idea of form ing a Washington Safety Flra Associa tion. He will speak on "Safety First" as a newspaper slogan. Other speakers will be Major Pull man. Major Robert V. Patterson, U. S. A.,r F. J. Brunner, superlntendant of the bathing beach, and William F. Pcabody. president of the Washington Safety First Association. BOOMED FOR TRADE BOARD Frank L. McVey Backed by Strong Farm Organization; Frank 'L. McVey", president of the University of North Dakota Js being boomed for-appolntment to the Fed eral Trade Commission as successor to Edward ST. "Hurley, resigned, or to George Rublee, whom the Senate failed to 'confirm. McVey is 'the choice of the National Conference on Marketing and Farm Credits, which asserts that the Fed eral Trade Commission should have a representative of producers. Home of Cut Prices All Five Stores- Family Remedies I Peeple'o Drlce. Aspirin Tablets, 1 dox., 13et S dor., ZSet 100 for ....79e Asafoetida Pills, 3 gr., 100 In bottle J 3e Absorbine, Jr 75c, ,31.75 Alkalol 3Se, 59o Alcohol, pure, pint .'.... 43e Albolene Russian Mineral Oil.. 75c Buffalo Water 39e Bromo Seltzer.. Sc, 17r, 34c and 63c Blaud's Iron Pills, 100 17e Beecham's Pills. 19c Bo inlne 43e, 8c Baume Analgesique 39c Bisurated Magnesia 39e, 50c Bliss Native Herb Tablets, S1.00 size Me Beef, Iron and Wine, pint 3Je Blue-Jay Corn or Bunion lasters 10. le Bunion Comfort Plasters, $1 box 85e Castorla (Fletcher's). Sle California Fig Syrup 39e Cascara Tablets, 100 6-gr.... lite Calocide (for sore feet) 19c Carbolic Acid, pure, pint 9Sc Creo Terpin Co.. pint. ........ .75c Collyrlum (Wyeth) 22e t'uticura Ointment ....3Se, .Sc Carbona ...13c. 19e, 38e Carter's Pills . He Carcarets 10c, 20c, 40e Doan's Kidney Pills 3e I D. D 18 '9e,-73e Dc Witt's Kidney Pills 39c, 73e Dobell's Solution, pint... - IS" Bioxogen 18c, 33c, 49e Eno's Fruit Salt., .....83e Ely's Cream Balm 39c, .5e E Z. Tablets ' Fleet's Phospho Soda.. 19c, 39e, 75o Fairchlld's Pepsin.... 39c. 73c Formalld (Wampole's)....19c, 30c Father John's........ ..... 43c, 7e Fellow's Syrup .....5c, 9Sc Fluid K-.tract Cascara. A oz.....38c (jtts-it ; 'iS" (larfleld Tea 10e, 19c. .39c Gude's Peptomangan c Graj's Glcerine Tonic 89e Glover's Mange Remedv.......39e GIcothymoline ...... 19c. 33c, 8e Hunyldl Matyas Water....... SSc Harper's Heaoacne iiemeuy iw: 20c, 40e noil 75p TIvnmM . .. 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Russell's Emulsion 39e, 79p fUC 39r . .5c, 19c 50r Regulln Itlpans i IT'S PEmESMUG STORES NEXT WEEK'S BILL OF PLAYS IN FILM Advance Announcement of Photo Dramas In Local Theaters. The Intrigues of international, spies In Europe Just prior o -the present war, forms the 'thread of the plot of "On Dangerous Ground," the film play to be seen at Crandall's Sunday and Monday. The play is based on the story. "Little Comrade," by Burton E. Stevenson, originally published in Munsey's Magazine." Caryle Blackwell and Gall Kane are pictured In the principal roles. A photoplay adaptation of the Arm-strong-MIzner stage success, "The Deep Purple," will" be shown Tuesday and Wednesday. Clara Kimball Young is pictured In the principal role. The cast includes )v. j. Ferguson, -.niton sins, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Kimball. "A Modern Cinderella," featuring June Caprice, will be shown the remaining days of the. week. Savoy. A little girl with a Truth Society medal and an unimpeachable reputa tion for veracity, is tbe central figure in' "Miss George Washington,"- por trayed by Marguerito Clark, Jto be shown at Crandall's Savoy Sunday and Monday. 'The Black Butterfly, In which Olga Petrova is pictured in the cen tral role will be shown Tuesday. Other pictures for the week are: Wednesday, Dorothy Glsh In '.'Atta Boy's Last Race;" Thursday, Pauline Frederick it "Nanette o'f the Wilds-;" Friday, Bessie Barrsicale -In "A Cor ner in TColleens:" Saturday, Mabel Trunnelle in "The Martyrdom of Philip Strong."- .Apollo. "Less Than Dust," a massive photo play production with scenes laid in both India and England, In which Mary Pickford Is pictured in the prin cipal Vole, will be shown at CraridalKs 7th & K Sts. N. Wf 7th & E SU. N. W., 7th & M Su. N. W., 14th & You Sta. N. W., 8th & H Sts. N; E. i To Trade With Us Means Your Fullest Satisfaction To serve you as you would be served is our" object. To cater to you as an iijdividual studying your individual needs, . pleasing your individual self, catering to your individual satisfaction that is our policy. . , "A penny saved is a penny earned." Where we can save you money on any particular article, we gladly do so. These policies are not hard' to follow in a store with the facilities, accommodations, and conveniences of our stores. This pleasing quality is easy wltfi cnen who appreciate both your friendship and patronage. By the extra quality of both goods and service do we only assure ourselves of your continued patronage. 4TWO DAYS-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY T-.tri PrnaMfrinns People' i-rict. Arnica Tooth Soap 17 Alkaclde .19c, 30 c Alyetol 19e, 3e Colgate's Tooth Powder. ....13c, 24c Colgate's Dental Cream.. ..10c, 20e Calox Toolh Powder 17c Calvert's Carbolic Powder, 23e -I5e and. .................... .o-e Dentox Peroxide Powder 15c Kuthymol Tooth Paste 13e Forhan's Pyorrhea Paste. ..... 39e Lyon's Tooth Powder.. 15e Lyon's Tooth Paste... 17c Mead & Baker's Mouth Wash 19c, 39c. 75 Pond's Tooth Paste 19e Pyorrhoclde Powder .79c Professional Tooth Paste. 17c Pyrodento Liquid 19c, 39c, 75c Pyrodento Paste 19c Febeco Tooth Paste 33e Elastic Stockings and Trusses All regular stock sizes always Fitting rooms. Lady clerks at Sts. stores ONLY. S3.00 Silk Garter Stocking. A to K SO50 Thread Gar- A"tostEk.,.T:. .. a-f.00 Silk Leo "gins, C to E SiSO Thread Lectins, C. to E We specialize In line. Fit guaranteed, gical stores. Expert tV "TS L 1.50 Netr York Elastic Truss, hard enamel. Q single Ut7 2J!0 New York. Elastic Trass, soft water pad; the highest grade made; single; for right or leu rupture LADY I ATTEXDA'ST. SX50 Abdom inal nelt, best grade of thread 2Kb Suspen sory, largo and medium size clastic $1.98 19c Atomizers 75c Dr Dobell's Atnmlrer, No 27, for oil or water; contlnu oua spray; made of nickel; can be sterilized by boiling. .89c S1.00 Dr. Dobell's Atomizer, No. 37; extra heavy 79e $1.25 Physician's Atomizer, made of hard rubber, extra large ORe S1.G0 Hospital Atomizer, the most complete made SI.25 Jl-25 Hygela Twin Kip Nebuliz er: sprays both sldei of the noso at once 98c 35o English Breast Pumps 2-e 10a English Breast Pumps. ...29c 23c Infant Syringes i.,...19e 35o Infant Syringes, extra largo red bulb 2-1 e 25c Ear and Ulcer Syrlngo 14e 18c Breast Nipples, "Hygela stylo;" lit No Neck bottles ...10c HERE DONT FORGET YOUR CALENDAR Apollo Sunday and Monday. Miss Pickford .Is seen in the. character of a little English castaway in India, who Is reared by a swordmaker. Tuesday's attraction will be "Broken Chains," for which the lead ing roles were enacted by Etael Claj-; ton and Carlyle Blackwell. Other at tractions tiurlng the week are: Wednesday, TJustin Farnum In "A Son of Erin;" Thursday, Olga Petrova in "The Black Butterfly;" Friday, May Murray in "The-Plow Girl;" Satur day; Gretchen Hartmann and Alan Hale In "The Love Thfcf." Avenue Grandt - "Broken Chains," in which the prin cipal roles were enacted by Ethel Clayton and Carlyle Blackwell, will be shown at" Crandall's Avenue Grand Sunday. The story deals with the af fairs of a .young army officer, falsely accused of murder. The bookings made for the other days of the .week- are: Monday, Wil liam S. Hart In "The Dawn Maker" and Fay TIncher In "A Calico 'Vam pire:" Tuesday, Lou, tellegen in "The Victory of Conscience;" Wednesday, Olga Petrova In "The Black Butter fly." Thursday. George Walsh will be seen In "The Island of Desire;" Fri day. Dorothy Glsh In "Diane of the Follies." and Slim Summervllle In "His Busted Trust;" Saturday, Fannie Ward In "Each Peajl a Tear." Leader. The most 'Important feature of next week's program at the Leader Theater will be the presentation Tuesday, Wed nesday and Thursday of what is re garded as one of the most perfect "book adaptations yet made to -film, the Laslcy production of "Oliver Twist." 'This pro duction has created a most favorable Impression, not alone among the-people who love the Dickens story, but among puoLUluajr yauuuo. . Marie Doro is seen as Oliver, novanr. Bosworth as Bill Sykes. Tully Marshall as Fa gin. Raymond Hatton as the "Artful Dodger." James Nell as Mr. Brownlow, Elsie Jane Wilson as Nancy, and the other parts are all well cared for. James Young, the director, shares in the honors of the cast for Uie excel lent --jnanntr in which the production was made. Sunday" and Monday Lenore TJlrlch will be seem In "The Road to Love." and Friday and Saturday. Pauline Frederick will appear in "Ashes of Em bers." We Toilet Creams leopIe Trie. White's Tooth Paste 10c, lc Sozodont Liquid, Powder or Paste .A 1? Palmollve Cream ...3Se Hind's Honey and Almond Cream Frostllla l.rtc Arnica Cream 19e Ktnimsn'a Freckle Cream Othine, double strength ""Je 33e Pond's Vanishing Cream... 19e. 3e Pompeian Massage Cream. 29e 45e and "?" Pompeian .NIeht Cream, 19c. 29c, 6e Ingram's Milk Weed CreamS4e, 69c Hind's Cold Cream e D. and R. Cold Cream. 8e, 18c. 28c and "jf Nadlnola Cream.. Woodbury's Facial Cream..... l.e Gem Theatrical Cream. lb. 23 in stock. CIeai fresh goods. our 7th and K Sts. and 1th and ffO QQ EX30 8111c Knee 1 QQ CapatE toG DJ.t70 VJidtUKJ $1.98 S3.00 Tbrean Knee Caps, K Infi .. . ..S1.69 (?9 All SO Slllc Ank- 1 QQ lets. A to C 31.170 S3.00 Thread (gl CQ Anklets. A to C...nA.Ut7 w.ity (1 UV JXti70 making special orders In this Trices about one-halt the suf- Truss Fitters S3.00 Rouble Elastic Trass, with scotal ffO yf Q pads. This sale ..5.i"7 SX50 Heeler Hard Rub-, ber Truss, single: holds the most stubborn fijl QQ rupture ......... wActO S3.00 Serfey Hard Rub ber Doable CO AQ Trim 3fiiJJ Ifl 1U ti.. BOc Bnlb Syr inge, red rub- 82.00 Ladles R t1t lag Spray be 39c 98c Rubber Needs 7Sc llousehhold Rubber Gloves, extra line quality; this safe. .39e $1.00 Rubber Gloves, made of extra heavy, soft rubber; all sizes in stock; this sale.., 230 Rubber Complexion Sponges, large and fine .BOc .14c 75 "Firm In Rubber" Shaving Brush, guaranteed not to shed: badger hair 5e .Ific Rubberset Toothbrush 23e $3.50 Invalid Cushions. Good year make; guaranteed per- 1CCC . ......... ............ S1.VS 76c Colon Tubes, most all sizes In stock ..49e 25o Rubber Complexion Brushes 14c 2ro Morgan's Beard Softener. . . .19c Ifta Crutch Tips ..10e 25c Nasal Syringes "...18c 30c Hard Rubber Ladles' Dress in Combs 39c PROFIT: BY THIS Don't We Aaetlwr'Day. v When you are worried'by back- ache; By lameness and urinary - ako ders . . Don't experiment with an untried medicine- - , .Follow Washinf-ton people's ex ample. ' " Use Doan's Kidney, Pills. Here's "Washington. testimony. Verify" it if you wish.' " ' TUVa n tt fiillett. 54 Florida Ave. N. W., Wasningto'n, says: "For sev eral years past I have used uoans Kidney Pills, . whenever I have been m need of! a kidney tdnic and have never failed to receive relief? When T nvtnn. it- affects rav kidneys and brings on attacks of the trouble. At times, the paina are very severe in the small of' my back and ,i nsa it it'flE-.-!- in a vnv housework. I have a tired, drowsy feeling and am aflis- erable.all prer. uoans luaney -this, wmen i. gei atr u -uonneii iiug Store, fix me up in quick, order." Price 50 at all dealers.. Don't simply ask foe a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pillsthe same that W rv.11af line. FoslpruVilharrf Co.. Props, Buffalo, 'N. Y. Advt. Electric Percolators get the best there Is .out of the coffee. Electric Per colators, hand some .nickeled coffat a. chine,'' $7.00 comtftoT Carroll Electric Co. 714 12tk St. Maa 7320 Always Sell It for Less jfHsqe r Toilet Needs r -H4IR-' PREPARATIONS. People's , t price. Danderlne .13c, 32e, Te Wyeth Sage and S,ulphur..32e. 7 Hay's Hair Health ........33c, 5e Parisian Sage ...33e Plnaud'a Eau de Quinine... 35. 69e Liquid Arvon .....7c Tr.rrIMr1 . . . .33c. SSC Farr's Hair Restorer 8S Avr'it HsJr Vliror ........... .73 Nelson's Hair Dressing... 17c, 3Se Palmer's Halr Success". ......lite Capillarls ...........-. .-e Ford's Pomade ............19c, 39c Cocoalatuxn .............. -10c, 19c Halt Vim l?c Tregors.Halr Dressing.... 15c, 25e Liquid Silverlne 7e SHAMPOOS. Canthrox 33c Palmollve Liquid ..39c Wanous Shampoo Bags ....'.. 10c . ' HAIR BTES. Brownatone ...19c. 73 Damshlnsk Dye ....39c, ec Empress Hair Dje ....09e Barbo Compound ............ ..39e FACE POWDERS. Lablache Face-Powder . Java Rice Powder .... R. & G. Rice Powder .. DJer-IClss Face Powder , Pond's Face Powder .. Palmollve Face Powder Du Four's Face1 Powder . cVs3c . . .3-c 39e .19c, 39e Fiver's Face Powder. Aznrea. Floryme or Le Trefle ......89c Woodbury's Facial Fqwder ...19c Freeman's Powder ...........19c RARGA1NS FOR MEN. $1.00 Gem Safety Razor 73e $1.00 Ever Ready Safety Razor 69c 35c Durham Duplex Demon strating Razor .-.15c 25c Imported Bay Rum. H pt-lPc SSc Mennen's Shaving Cream..l7e I (MISCELLANEOUS. Vaseline, lb. .....25c Carbolated Vaseline, lb. .......ace White Vaseline, lb. ..Sor Petrolatum, amber, lb. .......13c I etrolatum. white, lb 23c Llsterine ic, l.V. 32c. 39c Lavorls 10c, 33c, 69e Lysol 19c. 39c. 73c Lactopcptlne Elixir 91.00 Limestone Phosphate .........29c Mother's Friend ............. .75c Manola ..... .79c Munyon's Remedies. 25c size "19c Maltlne Preparations 73c Malt Nutrine ....10c Miles' Anti-pain Pills ........ ,19c Mustard Plasters 10 In box. ...19c Morse's nfls iBr Menthol Pencils (Wyeth) 23c Neoferrum ..! 73c N. and R. Tablets . . . .20c, 40c, SSc N'ujol ..39c Vuxated Iron ....73c Omega Oil 19c. 39o Pluto Water 13c, 23c Papc's Diapepsin 30c Phillip's Milk Magnesia ...19c, 33c Plso's Cough Remedy ic Pond's Extract 19e. 35c. 69c Phenolax Wafers, 30 for 19c Phospho Lecithin 75c Peruna ...i.t 75c Valmer'a Ointment .I9c. 33c Poslanl , 30c, 91.73 Plnkham's Vegetable Compound 73c Flerce'a Presrtptlon ..........73c Pierce's Golden Medical 75c .Pierce's Anuric Tablets 3jc i-., u. o .o. .American uu. pint 93c P.,'D. & Co. Llq. Petroleum, pt. 49c Sal Hepatlca 19c. 39c, 75c Sloan's Liniment 19c, Sflc. 73c ..39c, 75e Tonsillne Tyreo'a Powder ... Tin (for sore feet) Urotropin Tablets . ..19c .19c, 39c, 7Be .... .19c ...... ....29c fl i - v) i rw-.r .. x -ifc-..