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12 THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1? 1917. ADVERTISEMENT Lemons Whiten the Skin Beautifully! j Make CheaD Lotion J PROMISED CAPITAL; aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ; i .aBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsBL yBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBr Hleven-ccnt Tnllk, 3 cents belovr the 1 present price, is the promise held out today by Dr. It. K. Jackson, of the I'nlted States Bureau of Education, to the members of the Wilson Normal School Community Association. Dr Jackson aas arrangements have been made with the milk dls tributers to sell to members of the association at the cheaper price, pro vided that a reasonably large number tould agree to take milk regularly from these distributers. Dr Jackson would make the saving possible by doing away with the old delivery system. In which many men take milk to the same block. The new pla,n would also eliminate ex pensive and unnecessary duplication The Juice ot two iresh .euions strained into a bottle containing Hundred riedge Aid. three ounces of orchard white makes The Wilson Normal School Com a whole quarter pint of the most re- munrty covers a large territory eur znarkable lemon skin beautifler at rounding the school of that name at about the cost one must pay for a Eleventh and Harvard streets north small Jar of the ordinary cold creams. welt MrJ- Ha Kebler, secretary of Care should be taken to strain the tte association, said today that over lemon Juice throngh a. fine cloth so inn nad signed up to buy milk w1irKpP?r?.Se?o?'rnon?h?,8e0rv through the -'ganglion. Keb wrftrrtan fr.n. ,. t.MA. ..i- 1. 1 ler said that many -more would oft juad to bleach and remore inch blem- I required before the plan could bo rut Protection for Horse and Man Agains.t Poison Gas fines as freckles, sallowneas. and tan, and la the Ideal skin softener, smooth ner, and beautifler. Just try ltl Make up a quarter I ilnt of this sweetly fragrant lemon otlon and manage It dally Into the face, neck. arms, and hands. It Should naturallr hern to whiten, soft. n. . ?shen. and bring out the hid den jses. and beauty of any akin. It Is wonderful for rough, red bands. Tour druinrlst will sell three ounces f orchard white at little cost, and ny grocer wm snppiy tno lemons. STOP CATARRH! OPEN NOSTRILS AND HEAD hn CreaiaAspliodinKottsili BeJIsTM Het3-Caa3f at Once. If your nostrils are clogged and out head Is staffed and you cant ttreathe freely because of a cold or catarrh. Justget a small bottle of Ely's, Crtam Balm at any drugstore. Apply a little of this fragrant, anil septlo cream Into your nostrils, and lat tt penetrata through every air passage of your head, soothing and f iu1!nc- thn Inflamed, swollen mucous s&embrane and you get instant relief. Ah! how s-ood it feels. Your nos trils are open, your bead Is clear, no am hawklnsr. annffilnar. blowing: no Core headache, dryness or struggling for breath. Ely's Cream Balm is Just what sufferers from bead coias ana catarrh need. It's a delight. How You Can Make Hairs Quickly Disappear (Helps, to Beauty) In operation. Ehe Is receiving many applications, however, ana can o reached by mall at the Wilson Nor mal School. Co-operation Essential. Officers of the association say that their plan is nott antagonistic to the present agencies for the distribution of milk, but only alms to put them all In close co-operation, a matter of education and organization upon the part of the consumer and distributer. Dr. Jackaon has been specially as signed to the work of organizing com munity associations. Two others ex clusive of the association are in the process of development and others are to he organized throughout the w hole District. The community associations will not only buy milk on a co-operative basis, but other food supplies aa well, mak ing a strenuous effort to reduce the. high cost of living. Bach communlt club wl have a sort of co-operative banV through which to do business. I i iagasagaay"! sfr- arS? i 1 Wkmimummm it - isO T l f Haajesaaaarasaa? 'sslylytB5BBBBH ACTfc 'f'-Ta TsSfX CrsWsssaWllsassl H M Mfllh?'i&Lit iWMiSSZ'' THaiKailslssf 9si7 HT QaBisllllllH Z Bi il irii i iW i i i WsfiK WriMblMMM 1 sssafTRi- in 'assaaSBBtsaKT''- ,ssBnssW 'W ' - iJB&FU0KtiB&ri?iVmZWHM M KiilsUKSrJBiKKImW 4JHsKck. . . i.JJesaCttara ; ,"3Ki2v sjHBsbIssssssssbIIIIIH h 4 WssaalllHBassBaXsBssBassHsV afj7rrT aaaaaaaaaagMlaaaaaaaaaaaaC 1. 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TUMULTY NOT CANDIDATE FORSEATINU.S. SENATE HERTL NG'SREFUS Will Support Hughes of New Jersey for Renomination, He Says. Denying rumors that he would be a candidate for United States Senator from New Jersey, Secretary Tumulty at the White JIouoo today made the following statement: "Owing to the illness of Senator Hughes, many good friends of mine In New Jersey have been generous enough to suggest my name as Sena tor Hughes' successor. These sup gestlons evidently come from those friends from New Jersey who do not know of my intimacy with Senator Hughes and my deep admiration for I him. Therefore there can be no solid basis In fact for these stories. 1L TO ACCEPT POST IS Even a stubborn growth of hair will quickly vanish .from the face, neck or arms after a single treatment with delatone. To remove the hairs, rpake a stiff paste with a little powered delatone and water, apply to ..-.., --..--.,.. .. ,,,. . minuses nib off. wash the skin and! "The Democracy of New Jersey is it win oe jert free from hair or ' solidly behind Senator Hughes and blemish To avoid disappointment, be I will enthusiastically support him In quite certain you get real delatone. I his desire for renomination " AMSTERDAM, Nov. 1 If Count on Ilerltlng withholds his accept ance of the German chancellorship becauso he can not obtain a full ma jority In tho Itelchstag, the Gerjl man parliamentary reformers have achieved an epochal victory. . Berlin dispatches today reported this reason for IIertllng"a non accept ance. It is the first time In the his tory of Germany that a chancellor has let anything like Reichstag op position stand In his nay. It is the first time in German history that the Reichstag-, thus Indirectly, has man aged to Impose its ill on the Kaiser. Opposition of the Reichstag ma jority to on Hertllng, it was report ed, was due to the former Bavarian premier's violent and reiterated op position to all rule of the people. The aeventy-four-year-old statesman is a disciple of the old school of an auto cratic ring to conduct. the govern ment. Immediately after the Kaiser's choice of such an enemy to popular rule was announced, leaders, of par liamentary reform groups met and unanimously voted to resist his selec tion. Whether or not this Reichstag ma Jority will cause the Kaiser's aban donment of the appointment waa not hinted In Berlin dispatches today. If he does, popular rule in Germany has made an unprecedented advance atep. ERS FEATURE CHURCHBAZAAR Sfcr'- WOMENEI sU.U. BUREAU ORGANIZE FORRELIEFWORK J Facts About the Sugar Situation Our Government has asked you to use sugar spar ingly. We believe that the people of this country will be glad to do their part to conserve the sugar supply when they know the facts. These facts are as follows: More than two-thirds of the source of Europe's sugar supply is within the present battle lines. This has resulted in greatly reducing the production of sugar in Europe. England and France and other countries have been forced to go for sugar to Cuba. Ordinarily, nearly all of the Cuban raw sugar comes to the United States and is refined here, chiefly for home use. This is not the case now. In view of the exceptional world demand for sugar there is no surplus, and barely enough to tide us over until the new crop comes in. The people of the New England and Atlantic Coast States should use sugar sparingly. No one should hoard or waste it. This Company has no surplus sugar to sell. It is working with the Government to conserve the supply, and to take care of the Allies so far as possible. Do not pay an increased retail price. American Sugar Refmifig Gorapasxy "Sweeten it with Domino" Granulated. Tablet Powdered, Confectioners. Brown 'ijiiija ,!'-' g-rw-irigci Tha bazaar being conducted at the CaIva.ry M. E. Church by the women's gulldoX the church Is attracting much.a(tentlon The bazaar and din nerltjaWfor the benefit of the build ing fund. Many attractive booths have been Installed, and a country store is being conducted by the men's class. The young people arc conduct. ing a candy booth. More than 300 persons were served with a turkey dinner. Tonight a roast beef dinner will be sened, and tomorrow night a chicken dinner is planned. WRITER J0IN8 ENGINEERS. B. C Chapln, or the International News Service, waa today appointed to the Engineers- Field service Mr. Chapln will leave soon to report for duty at the American University camp. For the purpose of formulating plans for doing effective war work, the wivea of the members of the In terstate Commerce Commission called a meeting of the women employes and of the wlvea and daughters of the em ployes of the commission, and an en thusiastic meeting, which was at tended by about SSO, waa held In the court room of the Interstate Com merce Commission building. A splendid spirit of co-operation was shown. AH were made to feel that -they wero enlisted as knitting and sewing women for the war. Mrs. C. :. McChord was elected chairman of the organization; Mrs. B. H. Mejcr. secretary, and Mrs. Jo seph VT. Tolk, treasurer. The plans of the organization were not fully perfected, but several com mittees wero appointed and aro hard at work In a few dajs everything will be In full running order These! members propose to raise a large fund ' for the purchase of knitting and sewing material and to fabrlccate the material into garments and other, articlca for the soldiers In France ond infantry. Alabamaiattonal guard. was seniencea to nve years In the Federal prison at Leavenworth for striking a superior officer. Roach was convicted by a court-martial of havlnr struck Lieutenant Cowan, an officer of B company. luARSCHALKIN CHARGE OF REGISTERED MAILS Lelghton "Van Buren Marschalk, of Kentucky, who has rendered excellent service as assistant superintendent of the Division of Equipment and Sup plleahas ben .promoted to superln tendent of tha Division of-Registered Malls. Mr. Marschalk was born In FenssJ cola, Florida. December 20, 1883, and Is recognised aa bne ot the most use ful men lu, the Fost Office Depart ment Hewas originally appointed, as messengerboy; In the Post Office Department In, ISM, and has qualified under the classified civil service and been promoted' through the t various clerkship grades, lie was educated in the Washington public schools, business college and the George Washington University. STRUCK OFFICER; 5 YEARS. MONTGOMERY. Ala. Nov 1. Pri vate Boy B. Roach, B company. Sec- Whole Wheat Flour .... SJjclb. 13 as. CaL Sardines 15c Mammoth Herring 4 for 25c Our Beat Flenr $120 bbl. SO-os. cana Baking Powder.... 12c Woader Coffee 20c Safety Matches 7",jC Knex Gelatine 15c pkjf. 4li Fourth Street Seutheut and All the J. T.D.PYLES STORES A special report to Washington on the failure of the Boston Symphony Orchestra to"play "The Star-Spangled Banner" at a concert In Providence Tuesday night, despite the request of responsible" persons, has been made by Thomas. Howlck. Providence spe cial agent of the Department of Jus tice. He recommends that the or chestra be prohibited by the Govern , mentr from giving concerts anywhere, .unless the national anthem is played ai eacn. Mr. Howlck was deluged with com plaints from all parts or Rhode Is land because o tthe refusal of the or chestra officials to play the national air. Resolutions condemnlng-the orches tra and Dr. Karl Muck, director of the orchestra, "for his deliberately in ultlnr attitude." have been adopted today by tha Rhode Island Council ot Defense. The Providence Police Commission waa requested by the council to refuse further permission tor concerts here during tha war, "when conducted by Dr. Muck." ' Majer UlgslDson la Aroused. "It the public goes too far in this thing," Major Henry L. Hlgglnson, of Boston, one of the foremost oatrons of the orchestra. Is quoted aa saying In a dispatch from Boston, "I will withdraw my support from the Sym phony Orchestra, which would prob ably mean Its disorganization. And If It. should break up I don't believe It would ever he reorganized. It mlrht also mean Symphony Hall I would be sold. It Is losing 115,000 a year now. "I do not propose to have tha pub lic Interfere with the program. Thssa programs were made out in the sum mer," and I had. nothing to 'do with 1 thjm. If Dr. Murk goes, the orches tra would probably be broken up. This win .probably be the last year the eymphony will go to Providence, because of Tuesday night's affair. "Tuesday night we received some requests from people to p'lay The Star-Spangled Banner at Providence. We looked up tha lists of the sub scribers to the concert and found that none of those, who requested the National Anthem were on the list- As a result we decided not to play tha niece: It would have been out of place in the program, which waa a purely harmonic one. Dr. Muck had nothing to do with It. Dr. IXuelc a Pra-Genaaa. "There are those who accuse Dr. Mack of un Americanism. "Would you expect to have him anything else? "I have, been to the highest authorities- ini Washington, to former Uni ted StatesvDiatrlct 'Attorney Ander- OB-Sind -Vojjhe Secret SServjIce, con cerning stories about Dr. muck. 1 find that there Is absolutely nothing against him. Mr. Anderson told me something about the card Index sys tem -In! which all sTisjilclqus person ot German origin .are listed. They had n6ttrlag"concrnlng the conductor of the. Symphony Orchestra. "In-the matter ot The Star-Spang-ltd .Banner.' they aak me why we shouldn't 'play It. I aak why should we play it? Certainly It has no place In a program ot artistic symphony music" Ouch! RufrOut Rheumatic Pair! Rub pain, soreness, stiffrwtt sciatica right out. with "St Jacob's Oil." County fifty! Pain con. Rheumatism U "pain only." n' one case in fifty requires InUrnl treatment. Stop drugging! Rub tit misery right away! Apply' soothtnj ios im penetrating "St. Jacobs direct! upon the "tender spot," and relit comes Instantly. "St. Jacobs Oil" I a-narmiess rneumatiam Jtnlnrn which never disappoints and caa n cum or discolor tne sain. Umber upl Stop complalnlnx a small trial bottle of "St. Jacob at any drur store, and In iust i ment you'll be ire e from pain, sort ness, stiffness and swelling. Don: sufferl Relief awaits you. "St. Jacob Oil" has relieved millions tf rheuml tlsm sufferers in tha last half eat tury, and Is lust as good for sciatic! neuralgia, lumbago, backache, spralnl and swellings. or. a ODsOtl it a mi Jassaaajk-T Household economy begins in the MtcfcoL Get a can of B rtr Rabbit real molassea and bake some good ginger-bread. Serve Brer RaUU at breakfast on paa-cakes-.. The U. S. Dep't ot Agriculture, in Farm era' Bulletin No. 142, shows molasses to have greater fuel value, per pound, Hbtat steaK, cnicsen, nan, bread or miTft Your grocer carries Bui Rabbit, PENICK & FORD, LTD. Urrmt Caaawts mfitoUt to Urn HWU New Orleans, La. FUR r t - Extremely- np-todata styles. oj excuisitely made Furs. Thasnna I ptfrohased'l6ng--beforB the'sreat aavanca p prices, ion may, prow oy myioresijtht. mouew bepauuxo at reasonable: prices, Pur Sets and Coats Made t Order. WM. ROSEMMRF iFurriefi 1313 G STREET IT. ft Opposite Dulla A Xartisft. jmu TUB SHOPPING smB. INT ULA1 WCENTERs I lWVAL D&SIIUBLE QUALITIES - CORRECT STYLES A.OSHBl Basement Shoe Store A Startling Sale of Women's Stylish Fall Boots at TIo Shotii were made to sell at $7.00, J8.00, $10, and T12. but as some of them are samples and others are slightly blemished we secured them at a concession which permits us to pass them on to you at tho low price of $5.95, Market conditions make it doubtful that we will ever bo ablo to again offer Buch hieh-crade shoes at this pnee. Tho range of selection Is unusually wide including all new styleB, leathers, colors and combina tions. Made by one of America's foremost manufacturers of footwear. Inelnded are models In pearl gray kid. blark aboe soap kid. cruiser aray bark, tan ralf, blaek ralr, cream color saae soap kid, brown vralklne boats with cloth uppers, blark kid with ehampagae tops, blaek shoe soap kid wllh walle tops, plain white kill, lry kid. gray, brann. rhampaa;ne. Seld mouse gray, blaek and while, and two-tone rfferta galore! 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