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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THTKSDAY. SEPTEMBER. 20. IMS.
rs 7 - SassiiimsaaiaMSsaaaaiaia,mmaaaaaaaaassaaaaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMiiiiiiiMaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaa GRIP EPIDEMIC LEADS TO PNEUMONIA Neglected Golds and Run Down Condition Source of Danger Many Lives Needlessly SanrififiRi, wa.ys danger- mkWM kBHkI ' rgCEl Ions. JNOWwnen Ian epidemic of limp is sweep ling the country Ithcy are doubly Idangcrous n e Icausc they often Idevolop into se- Inous throat and 1 u n fr troubles. crip, or pneumonia which often result latally. The time to treat a coia. is at the betrinninir: the best way to treat it is to begin taking Father Johns Medicine at once Dccause Father John's Medicine soothes and heals the brcathinir passages, drives out the disease germs and relieves the cold in the natural way Father John's Medicine gives strength to ward off the grip germs, It is safe for every member of the family to take because it does not contain al cohol or dangerous drugs in any form. "COUGH CURES" FAILED "Three years ago my oldest boy, Paul, had a terrible cold. Different kinds of "cough cures" failed to help hinu Then I gave him Father John's Medicine and his cough soon ceased. I also used it to build up the health of the boys and prevent thqm from getting cold." (Signed) D. Coutu, 70. High St., Haverhill, Mass. Guar anteed free from alcohol or danger ous drugs. All pure nourishment Public is Warned ' Against Taking Substitutes for Nuxated iron Physician Below Say That Ordin ary' Metallic Iron Preparations Cannot Possibly Give the Same STRENGTH, POWER AND ENDURANCE As Organic Iron Nuxaltd Iron United States Judge Atkinson Qhres Opinion Careful Investigation by physicians amonff druggists and patients has re vealed the fact that there are Ihou Minds of people taking Iron who do not distinguish between organic Iron nndLmetalllc Iron, and that such per sons often fall to obtain the vital en ergy, strengtn and endurance which they nek. simply because they have taken tho wrfcng form of irorv TTieref ore. physicians men tioned below, advise those! who feel the need of a strength and blood builder to go to their lamuy aoctors and obtain a. p r escr Iption calling for or ganic iron Nux ated Iron and present this to their druggist so that thero may be mo question about obtaining the proper arti cle. But If they do not wish to go to the trouble of getting a pre scriptlon for Xnkntpil Iron then b sure to look on the label and sec that th- ords NU3CAT r.I IKON are printed thereon not Vux and Iron nor any other form of iron, but Nuxat ed Iron. The remark able results pro duced by Nujcat od Iron and Its. widespread sale fit being estimat ed that over three million s&grm t liA v..-:bi Judsre W. Atkinson United States Judge G. Y. At kinson. of the Court of Claims, Washington, D.C, says: "It Is with out hesitation that I recommend fux. a tod Iron to per sons who in the stress or plnsical or mental labors! have permitted me system to be come debilitated, the bodv cxhiust d or llio nrrves run don. It has restored my appe lite, and my vital Itv I el that I hae dropped off the burden of months of toil in 'he few weeks that I havo been fol lowing the t ery Imple dirretlons for the use of Xux ated Iron." Ill- people annually are today using it), ha led to the offering of numerous substitutes, and these phsieians say that health official and doctors ery wlte'e should caution the public against accepting substitutes in medi ines and they "specially sum against accepting substitutes for Nuxated Iron, which. intd of b'ing organic iron may be nothing mor- than a metallic iron compound which may in home cass produce more harm lhan good. Tpc widespread pubhe-a Hon of the aboc information. ha been suggested hv Ir. .Iam l'rancis Millivan. forrnerly ph.-ician of Eclle vij-Hospital (Outdoor I)ept.. w Vork. and he Westchester Count Hospital Dr Ferdinand King. X'w Vork I'hvsician anrl MMmal i,,l,nr and othrs. so that the public may b- 'WOUNDED linui in--. ..mi mil, tiimiTi aua pro ictd from the u-e of metallic Iron undr the delusion thit it is Nuated Irdn or at least .-omething as good as Nuxated Iron It Is surprising how manv people LATEST CASUALTY IF. LIT FROM A Continued from Sixth PB Waah, Everett, Charles U. Kelley. Tl aaL, Spokane, Ralph R. Manuel. Wis IIHnnnkee, Frank Toekcr. I Wis BeldenYllle, Urneat A. Krlck- Mfl. DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED IN ACTION. SETtr.EA:T5. Okie. Qnaker City, Rdsln Ilanford. George Sutherland (no nddremUjSlTen), cortronAi- Pa TVooillavrn, I-wla Wanganian. riUVATCS. Cl, Chelsea. John Montgnmery. Kt, LootsTlllr. Carl K. Ilande. Mlcb.. Grand Ilaplds, Richard Jlaa- ereenw. . Mont.. Glaacorr, Benjamin R. Cutting. X. T. nrooklyn, Herman If. von Klahn. Okla.. Darldaon, Orral C. Quail.. Tex Dallas, Jacob W. Spake. Vn Ione Fountain, Wllam IX. Kunkel. SEVERELY WOUNDED. rniVATKS. Ala Boylea, Don C. Helton. Md- Darllntf on. Fred IV. Ronsiey. Mleh Dlrmlngham, Xonnan K. Sle- Qoater. Mo Unlonvllle, Oscar I Jones. Ohio, Unreport, Frederick J. Onnn. Tenn Dntler, Ianl A. Bntlrr. MISSING IN ACTION. rniVATEs. Km., Wichita, Frank B. Chalk. Ho St. Louis, Richard W. Cox. Mo Wheeling, Lawrence T. Ilalstoa. Mo Bonne Terre, Kna F. Wells. Ohio, Caldwell, Bdrrln C Hartley. Ohio, Cleveland, Walter It. Noble. i FkiDiW- StqreNews ofIsamsburghBro.' -j I "? . I -a .m't I. i. im. KILLED IN ACTION PREVIOUS LY REPORTED WOUNDED SEVERELY. PRIVATE. Mass South Boston, Matthew J, Sweeney, WOUNDED SLIGHTLY PREV IOUSLY REPORTED WOUNDED SEVERELY. PRIVATE. Flnlayson, William H. Pro- Bllnn. koaeh, WOUNDED SEVERELY PREV IOUSLY REPORTED KILLED IN ACTION. PRIVATE D. C. WASHINGTON. WILBUR A. PESTELI IIRS. DIARY S. PES TELI 1111 H ST. N. W. WOUNDED PREVIOUSLY RE PORTED KILLED IN ACTION. CORPORAL. Mass., nanarer, Klmer H. Simmons. PRIVATES. Mant Miles City,- Orrllle Hamilton. NJ Florence, Joseph DbtIs. N. V Brooklyn. Joseph Salllrky. N. D., Dickinson, Peter F Llsh. PRISONER PREVIOUSLY RE PORTED KILLED IN ACTION. SERGEANT. Ky Louisville, Roy Wt Bllllngsle- KILLED IN ACTION PREVIOUS LY REPORTED MISSING IN ACTION. SERGEANT. ra Shenandoah, Stlney Grlscallin. CORPORALS. N. J Jersey City. Walter II. Iloag. Ohio. Columhns. Morgan W. Evnna. Pa Philadelphia. William D. Sherlock. PRIVATES. Ind New Cnirtle, Harrry MunCy. Iowa. Grand nivrr, Charles A. Ladd. Me l'reque. Earl Lanlgan. SIsss., Boston, Harry W. Arannon. N. H Rochester. Inlne Veno. N. .. MeLeanstille, Morris T. Matklna. Okla Pawnee, Darld I. Berg. Okla Longdate. Charlie I). Falrehlld. Ohio. Cincinnati, Jntncn Gaston. Pa, Tyrone, Francis R. Illehl. Vs., Roanoke, Isaac II. Gibson. Wis Milwaukee. Walter Herkonskl. DIED OF WOUNDS PREVIOUSLY REPORTED MISSING IN ACTION. privati:. Ohio, Cincinnati, Loul Aril. DIED PREVIOUSLY REPORTED MISSING IN ACTION. PRIVATE. M l.. Rlasen Lake, Herman F. liuv tafsan. WOUNDED IN ACTION PREV- IOUSLY REPORTED MISSING IN ACTION. PRIVATE. thlrago, Herman Anderson. suffer from Iron delrlcncy and do not know It ir you fer- nut strong or well, you one It to yourei.lf to make he following test. See how long you -anA work or how far you can walk without becoming tired Next take to five-grain tablets of Nuvated Iron three times per day after meals for two weeks. Then test your strength and see how much you have gained. Manufacturers' Note Nuxsted Irtn. rhtch Is prescribed and recom-n-n-lcd bove by physicians is not a secret remedy. 1-ut one which is well known to druirtrst Vnlike the older Inorcanlc iron prndurt It is eaeily assimilated, does not Injure the teeth, make tbejn black nor upset the etomach The manufacturers guarantee successful and entirely satisfactory remilts lo every purchaser or they ill refund your money It la dispensed In this city by James O'llonnell's Drujr Stores People's lruz Stores and all cood drucclsta ASTHMA ; INSTANTLY RELIEVED WITH WOUNDED SEVERELY PREV IOUSLY REPORTED MISSING IN ACTION, rnn Tii Arabia, nelen Palellna. Juan Morns. PREVIOUSLY RE PORTED MISSING IN ACTION. pirn ui:s. 4rk., Tupelo, Lon n. Mmmnn. Mis C oUimbus. rthtir . Itandatl. Ohio. Tippecanoe, John It. Maker. RETURNED TO DUTY PREV IOUSLY REPORTED MISSING IN ACTION. PRIVATES. Conn New l.onrion. Vtllllnm F. Hayc. Pa I'learHeld. William . Keclrr.' Pa Philadelphia, John . Mitchell. Pa Philadelphia, Ednard I.anrenrc Qulnn. HOG ISLAND GRAFTLESS Charges of gross mismanagement made against the International Cor poration'a handling of tlie Hog Island shipyards are not sustained b the re-' port of Iht JiimIcc l)ojHrlmiu .-, in-1 ic-mration. it uas learned tndav ' Tie report, no-v In the hands of Presi ' dent Wilson, rtiak'-s etmc ie-ominenda- tion-. nouetcr. Cliansts bUKsiaied atk .ibcd as "sllKlu The investlga -non failed to uni over endence nr !STS!xynnSntnTSwt!mvM i-raft -nd I,uKe nrollt-making, as was, WHORtTREFBHOED ASRAJUBjrjrigT ch,rB,d la pi.nfr wasvstated I Prelect WII..R nmKkl.. f, . I . .uu... ..fwvu fjfuwtfwij' "iii mane the report public soon. Editorial Sulphur is one of the bases of one of the most powerful gases jiscd by the Yanks against the Germans. A gas .so powerful that recently 500 Germans were put out of ac tion with iL This same sulphur is also used in the making of paper. And as there arc but two sulphur mines in America it means cither gas or paper. If you save paper of all kinds you will be releasing just that much sulphur for ras. And the more powerful gas we have at the battle front the more of our boys' lives will be saved and the quicker we will win the final victory. Every man, woman, and child can help in this paper con servation. We can cut down at least one-fourth on use of paper and not suffer. PH The New Winter Oxfords And Other Footwear Fashions Our stocks of new winter Shoes arc complete in every detail, and by comparing quality 'and style you'll find our prices extremely moderate. The New Oxfords at $8.00 and $8.50 Pair Heavy-weight Oxfords of Black, Brown and Mahogany Calf skin, also mahogany colored craincd surface leather will be worn by patriotic fashionable women with wool stockings. Already we have sold hundreds of pairs to women who know get yours before they arc all gone. Dress Boots. $12 Pair Made of patent leather over a long vamp last with high arches and 2-inch French heel tops made of suede all hand sewn. Dress Boots. $15 Another good style for dressy street costumes, made of ma hogany shade calfskin over an extremely long vamp last with high, close-fitting arch. Top of mode suede. Many other styles At $4.65 to $15 ! I tatroudng Tlhe Tricottae Twlm The irresistible dress sisters, shown exclusively here. X Miss Maize A distinctive taiHeur of all-wool Tricotine. embodying the new stvle motif, a dress combining style and service. Sizes, 16 to 38. ll mi Second Floor I.anburB A Uro. If You're Looking for Best Values In New Fall Waists See Our Wonderful Assortment At $7-98 and $& Nev er before have we offered such an extra ordinary variety at tHese-two'prices. You'll find included in the lot -dainty-light shades for evening wear, as well as 1he popular suit colors, livery one is a new, snappy model .designed espe cially for us. Choice of the hew high necks, round necks, and a host -of the more prac tical collars. Materials include Georgette, crepe de chine, and taffetas. All sizes up to 54. ' Second Klear, I.anhnrsl A lira; Many Novtles in Neckwear At $1 and $1.50 A visit to our Neckwear De partment will convince you that we are showing an un usual assortment of smart Neckwear styles at these prices. Both small and large collars are featured; be sure you see them. Main Floar; I.anibnrsh VBrs. Ribbon Remnants At 15c Yard Choice of Moires, Plain Taf fetas, Drcsdens, Light and Dark Combinations In lengths from to 2-yards reach. ., Ribbons, 5c Yard rtibbons from 2 to 4 inches wide, an odd lot of various kinds some with picot edging. Main Floor, I.amharch A Ilro. EJ.00 Tlhe New Fall Hat Over a Thousand $ OI Tfaemn at . . Can you imagine what an unlimited variety that means? There 'is a shape, color, or combination to suit every individual taste. They are of fine quality velvet, with flower, ribbon, and feather trimmings. Choose from close-litting Turbans or the large Broad-brim styles. The colors include Black, Brown, Blues, Green, Red, Purple, Grays, and a host of others. You can look all over the city and you II not find their equal at anything near the price. 5crond Floor. !.nnbiirch jl J1rn. Peach Stone Contest Is creating a lot of enthusiasm among -the children. Nearly three barrels" full have been brought in already. Peach, stones arc very essential in the making of gas masks for our soldiers. Save alt you can and send them to our Bureau of Information. Five valuable prizes offered those bringing in the most seeds. Only Two Days More Frolaset Corset Demonstration Take advantage of the oppor tunity that is offered you by having this demonstrator properly lit you with a cor set that will give you perfect service and entire satisfac tion. Frolaaet Corsets Sell At $2.00 t6 $7.50 rhlrtl Floor, I.anaburjsH nr. 50 Colors in Paon Velvets At 89c Yard Colored I'aon Velvets arc IS inches uidc and used extensively for dress and millinery trim in i n.g s. Thc.cc arc of excellent quality bilk face. Choice of every wanted shade. $2.25 Satin Duchess At $1.89 Yard 36-inch Black Satin Duchess, all pure silk with a rich, lus trous finish. 40-in. Qeorgette Crepe at $1.79 Yard Heavy crcpy quality in all the most popular shades for fall wear. They arc our regular $2.00 value. Third Klir, I.aaabursa &- lira. Ye - Olde Tyme - Friday Linoleum Remnant Sale Which will bring hundred of woii)cn to ou: fourth floor bright and c.uh tomorrow morning. 49c a Square Yard for Values Up lo $1.25 Yard Cork filled and felt back quality 2 to 20-yard lengths, hlight imperfections make the ex tremely low price possible. Special Notice All sales final none exchanged none laid asid 9x12 Ft. Tapestry I 27x54 Plain Color Brussels $ i75 Rugs at 10 A heavy quality in neat Ori ental designs. Today's alue of these Kugs is $21.75. New Cretonnes, 1Q Reg, 29c Values. 1 C Choice of light or dark colors in floral designs for draperies or slip covers full pieces. 98c a Square Yard For Values Up to $1.85 Yard Inlaid, Tile or Granite patterns at less than to day's wholesale price 2 to 15-yard pieces; plenty of pieces arc alike so you can match them up and buy as much as you need. -none sent C. O. D. Axminster $o 95 Rugs at These arc of excellent quality and you have the choice of Blue, Brown or Green. Size 18x.1G at $1.19. r v j uc4-wA.l-, W BmtVgB & 3ffli Curtain Scrim, 20c Value 12ic SG inches wide, finished with fancy openwork border on both sides, white only. Fourth Floor, I.ajmbnrB A Bro. Pillow Tops, 98c Values. 59c 21 inches sijuarc. cut out of finest quality Imported Cre tonnes in beautiful floral designs. Priced oo 3& Coy Colette As fascinating a little Tricotine Frock as ever hiade debut on the ready-to-wear stage. A richly embroidered dress that matrons and misses will rave about. Sfzes, 16 to 42. Priced $,5 cy) Other Dresses, -$19.95 to $100.00 Over 5,000 dresses in serges all wool jerseys, satins, tri colettes, and combinations. A model to suit every tase. Strand Floor, Laaabursh Bro. Coming Monday Our BStb Birthday Starts Monday Next, September 30 An annual event that we will fittingly celebrate wifru worthy merchandise gathered from the four corners of this great U. S. A. Full particulars in' Sunday'sV papers. Specials for MEN- Here are Furnishing Needs at prices you cannot afford to overlook. Underwear, $1.15 Garment Men's Natural Gray Cotton Merino Shirts and " pants in a good weight for wear right thrqugh the cold weather, excellently made and fin ished. Flannelette Pajamas At $2.00 a Suit Gopd quality Flannelette, in washable colored striped patterns. Trimmed with frog loops. Flannelette Night Robes At $1.39 and $1.69 Full width and length made with, roll collar. Men's Gloves. $2.00 Men's Heavy-weight Tan and Gray Cape Gloves, finished with prix scams. You'll find by ctfmparison that these are exceptional glove values. Men's Shirts, $1.50 White Cambric Shirts, with stiff cuffs attached. Very special. v Night Robes at $1.35 Men's Muslin Night Robes, trimmed with wash able braid V neck style. Main Floor, I,an.bnrsb Bro. Here's a- Bargain All-Wool Serge, 54 Inches Wide Reduced to $1.98 a Yard Woolen Dress Goods, cut from the piece, at remnant price. Some arc sold at less than today's market value. Serges arc in navy blue, myrtle green, brown, and black also included in this sale are 54-inch AH Wool Gran ite, 52-inch All Wool Granite Marmottc and many other weaves only a limited quantity of each. Third Floor. Lanxburgh A Itro. Specials"From. the Art.Dept. Lambs' Wool Slipper Soles in a complete-assortment of sizes for men, women,, and children. 35c to-85c Pair Bath Robe Cords Both mercerized and silk. These come in sets of two one for the neck and the other for the waist. AH colors. Beads, Beads, Beads 15c to 75c a Bunch Steel, Jet, Crystal, Iridescent and Pearl Beads for every purpose. Third Floor, Inaburffh A. Bro. Store Hours 9:15 A. M. to 6 P. M. Dapy TH STORE Or GRATER SSWfc wmmm 420-430 Seventh St. Through to Eighth S"t krfo r--21 '4 !nrt VI i