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THE WASHINGTON TDIES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER l,1 idlS.
'. HIDE MQCRHS I II mm COJCCQRT). N. IL, Oct. 1 Tie Demo cratic U.to convention yesterday I nominated ohn. B. Jameson, chairman of the State Public Safety Committee, a the candidate for the United States Seaitorahlp to succeed the late Sena tor Galllnter. BOSTON, Oct 1, Return from the Tenth Congressional district showed that former Mayor John F. Fitzgerald had won the Democratic nomination In the State primaries held yesterday. KNOXVILLE. Tcnn Oct. 1. De feated In the contest for the Republi can nomination. Congressman R. 'Y. Austin has announced his candlda:y aa an Independent. APPLY POSLAM STOP ALL WORRY OVER SICK SKIN Thft itf of Posl&m for skin disor ders should be your trustworthy, bealth-aldlnp habit. When you are distressed by eczema or other Itch ins trouble remember that Poslam supplies at once a soothing, cooling influence to aggravated skin, that it ston the flerv itching, that it exerts aJDcentratrd healing power, working quickly and energetically to rid your mn-of Its evil condition. Moreovr. Poslam will not. can not. Injure and It .takes op4y a little to prove Its peneflUs Sold everywhere. For free sample write to Emergenry Laboratories, ZU West 47th SL New Tork Cify. Foslkm Soap is a dally treat to tenoer skin, vopiains j-osivn. EASY 10 DARKEN YOUR GRAY M You Can-Bring Back Color and Lustre With Sage Tea and Sulphur. sSr? MHKt ysto. isaoft yhjbmji EYtcf mt.hu nw When you darken your hair with Sage Tea and Sulphur, no one can ell, because It's done " naturally, so evntv. Prenarlnir this mixture. though, at home Is mussy and trou- Diesome. ai niuc cosi you can puy at any drug store the j-eady-to-ui-e preparation. Improved by the addi tion of' other Ingredients, called "Wvethfs Sace and Sulphur Com. pound. You Just dampen a sponge or toft brush, with It and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. By morning all tmv hair dlsaDnears. and. after an other application or two, your hair becomes beautifully darkened, glossy and luxuriant. Gray, faded hair, though no dis grace, is a-lgn of ld agf. and as we all desire a youthful and attractive appearance, get bu-y at once with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound and look years 5 oungir. This ready to-use preparation La a delightful toilet requisite and not a medicine. It Is not intended for the cur miti gation or prevention of disease. 3fank Trap-Shooters Use Shotguns to Pick Off Grenades Shotguns are used on th" American fronts for picking off hand grenades In the air. accord ing to a captain of infantry, who has Just returned from Kuropc. "Our boys sit in shell IioIfs and advanced observation posts." he declared today, "and watch Tor the boche to start a hand-greriade bombardment. The Hun is a poor thrower and has to send them high in the air. "Our sharpshooter?, with shot guns, pick them off Just like clay pigeons." YANKS TO CONTINUE USE OF SHOTGUNS Suitable reprisals will be taken against Germany Is the reply the American Government has made to Germany's threat to execute Amerl can prisoners of Tar when found In possession of shotguns. Secretary Lansing's reply Is that the use of shotguns is sanctioned by The Hague convention, and that In comparison with other weapons now used In mod ern warfare, the -yhotguns used by the American troops cannot be th" subject of legitimate or reasonable protest. The rply to Germany further states that, notwithstanding the protest of Germany, the use of the shotgun will be continued. The shqt gun. It Is contended by the Govern ment. Is analogous to shrapnel shells discharging a multitude or small bul lets, or a machine nun discharging a spray of pointed bullets. sisssssssssssssssssssssssTsa !$iMiisBBBBBBBBBBk lIBBsBY BBfBflP TSrBJssBKr btHBBBt l - For m Grip F OUR PERSONS SHOT; ONE DIES Oe man Is dead and three persons are In the hospital today suffering from bullet wounds Inflicted last night during shooting affrays. Shot during an argument over a pint of whiskey, Andrew Thomas, colored, twenty-six years old, 741 Fourth street northwest, died at Emergency Hospital early today from a bullet wound In the stomach, said to have been Inflicted by Joseph CampbelL colored, thirty years old, 231 Third street southwest. Quarrel Over Whiskey. Campbell, the police state, had giv en Thomas a dollar to buy a pint of whiskey. An hour later Thomas had failed to appear with 'either the dol lar or the , whiskey, and Campbell went In scarcn lor me ooouegger, lo cating hlra at Third and B streets southwest. "If you don't gie me the dollar, T will shoot jou," Campbell is alleged to have said. Drawing his revolver, he fired two shots, one going through a barber-shop window while the sec ond Struck Thomas In the ttomach. Resisting arrest on a charge of dis orderly conduct, Johnson Miller, col ored, twenty-seven years old. was shot in the right hip by Lieutenant Plerson, of the Second precinct. Bystander Is Hit. During a pistol duel in Dlngman alley, between North Capitol and First, E and F streets northwest, last night between Julias Mangun. colored, and William Johnson, Louise Bradford, a pedestrian, wa- struck In the left arm by a stray bullet and removed to Casualty Hospital. Mani gun was arrested and charged with assault with a dangerous v eapon. Isaiah Stevens, colored, twenty-four years old, was shot in the leg lat night during in altercation with Wil liam II. Vpsnaw, colored, in a pool room at 1U24 Seventh street north west. Upshaw was chacd for several blocks by police of the Second precinct and caught In an alley in .upper Sev enth street He was locked up on i charge of assault nllh a dangerous weapon. IS GOULD TO BE and cold that devolop inte Pneumonia You are safe whenyoutake Father John's Medicine for your cold and to build new flesh and strength, because' it is free from morphine, chloroform, codeine, heroin, or pther danger ous drugs. TftVc it Today. MADECOLONELETTE Mr Howard Gould, wealthy society leader of New York, is to be a "colonel ettr - This rank will b conferred on ber tonlglit when the will Le artmlt-.cd a n artiv member to the rny anil Navy Union. L" S A Ht cierris in the G A. H. Hall UK Pi-ins IianU avenn northwel Tills i th- li" tir-ie a woman has been accordi.l m-oittr-phlp )n tMt club The fonnU cfremiw will he st T 7.0 p m In the Prcsidt-nl s on garrison Congressman W rr-ink Jairrs. of Mich Igan. a ".clT-an of the p-inlsh Amrrkan war, also will lr niu&trrrd in. with "i ! number pf soldiers, siilor- and niirr. icrvlng in the world war fonjn ""man i James will tlellr -in addren mi "I-i. IIissm of the World War CoL-un-lttr I Gould will speak on The V ivr.- ti At vance front Baiil 11.11 to Gilt.,. burc. ' I PREPARE FOR CAMPAIGN Commissioner W Gwjnn Gardiner presided St a meeting" of repre-nnta- tHes of Catholic ehurchr through out inc city, neia at larrf.il Hall last night. Plans were perfected to rai.- their quota of th" noni-ertarian fund for war ramp activities hi this country and overr-a Address's wer manV Iiy Mr Markln. of St raiilV .Mgr Thorns of St Patricks. Father f,axr. of ih acred Heart, and lion r. J Jx-hrlb enr. of,nlttmore A committee wis formed In rep rrtent the Catholic War Council l-i meetings with othr bodies to carry out plant for the campaign The com mittee will meet Wednesday at St Patrick's. ljwylsr .iterfy nri Put "Tfl- I Peach Stone Contest is progressing rapidly thou sands of stones arCbrought in daily are you saving ours? The governmor.it tis-cs thm in making gas masks for our boys at the front. Fivf prizes offered for the most seeds. t-.. w-v i0f,; ' rfci? j wSKi Go to the bank an .subscribe to the 4th liberty- Loan Until it hurts. That's your duty to tht boys -over there andJ your country. Buy them tomorrow. I tn ; en fcsc r NEWCOMERS To Washington Are Finding This Big Sale A Wonderful Opportunity To Become, Acquainted With the Extraordinary Values This Store Gives Its Friends 3fc l r - Editorial The Patriotic League "girls of this store aren't satisfied v,ith adopting a lot of the Soldier boys at Walter Reed Hospital :ind sending them flowers, fruit, magazines, smokes, etc. Saturday night. October 12, they are going to give an other dance and entertain ment to finish out the neces sary amount of money re quired toy send an ambulance to France. Those who attended the enter tainment of las,t fall will need no urging to come to this one. I. O. O. F. Hall, just across the street from the store, is the place. Remember that while you're enjoying -yourself you are also helping to send an am bulance to France which will assist in caring for our boys over there. Price is 55c Tickets may be secured from most any of our salespeople. H bTsssssssdTsssssssssssssssssYissssbbssssssssh No. 2A Brownie Camer $3.50 It takes pictures 2x4K inches, anrl is one of our most popular sellers. It is simple to operate and very light to carry. You locate the picture in the finder, press tne release the shutter works automati cally. , Bring the filnr to .us and we will develop and print the picture in 24 hours. nalcony. First Vtr. Flannelettes Time For Them and Here They Are Special A number of items from the muslinwear department on the third floor at special prices for tnc Anniversary oaju. . .; Dressing Jackets $1.00 Women's Flannelette Dressing Jackets, in dainty floral effects with satin trimmings. Sizes 36 to 40. Special at ?1.00. iJTKlersharts 75c Women's Knit "Undershirts in combination colors of white and Copen- ...i.:i- ..! T....M.lMi ,.TnitA nnA -rrti nr xcite and preen! nagen, wane oiiu u"."i .. . .- -. -- Special at 75c. Night Robes $1.50, $1.95 Flannelette Night Robes of an excellent quality, in all white or pink or blue stnpcs. wun or wunout cuiiuru. oira-mi, ?i.uv ouu v- UndermosHns $1.P5 Dainty Undermuslins, made of firm nainsook, prettily trimmed with embroidery, laces and ribbons. Included are night robes and en velope chemises at $1.95. Envelope Chemises $1.25 Envelope Chemises, made of fine nainsook with lace trimmed yokes. Special, $1.25. Tblnl rioor. I.nnnhiirxb A llro. 58th Anniversary Sale Bath Robes and Kinomos Bath Robes arc always favorite Christmas gifts and at these prices it brhooves you to buy what you want for gifts and put them away for the holidays. Prices will be much higher later. Bath Robes, $5.95 Women's Bath Robes, mado of Beacon cloth, in handsome colorings. Satin trimmed with pockets and girdles, at S5.93. "v Bath Robes, $9.75, $10.95, $12.95 Women's Bath Robes, in imported Japanese models, in' Copen, rose, black and navy; hand quilted. Special, ?9.75, $10.95 and $12.93. Bath Robes, $5.95, $7.50 Women's Bath Robes, made of fine quality, wide wale corduroy in a large variety of colors; pockets and girdle; tome with clastic at Ya'st- Special, $3.93 and $7.30. Kimonos, $2.95 Japanese Imported Kimonos, in Folid colors embroidered in white. An extra good Xmas gift at $2.93. " - TklrU Klunr. l.snahulgM Hro. It Is Strikingly Evident that 0ur 58th Anniversary Sale of Coats and Dresses Caps the Climax of Value Giving Thousands attended and were more than gratified with the amazing, values they secured. You who read this are urged to take advantage of this immnese "Banquet of Bargains." Now, if ever, is the time to save. Every, garment offered is fresh, new, and in the season's most popular style. uniy inrougn me noeraiiiy ui a icauiug uuat aim a. itauiii, mi-M n.ai.. w. . ... -v.w. . , tiful garments at such a tremendously low price. Coat Valuer to $59.& W $39 ill P pi J7ririITiTrriTiTiTiTiTiTiTiTiTiTiTTTIi7iTiTiTi7iTriTiTiTrMrrTiTTTiTiTiTiTiIiTiTi .50 Dress Values to $45.00 22 .90 The Coats Are made of Velour, Pom Pom, Ker sey,' Broadcloth, or Silvertonc. Many are fur trimmed with skunk, opossum, Kit Coney, baby beaver, or sealine. Most of them are fancy silk lined and the-balance are' lined, with guaran teed Sol lining. . Every .wanted color included, as well as navy ana DiacK.' Sizes 16 to 44. Tke Dress&s Made or serge, charmeuse, or satin or serge and'satin and Georgette' and satin. ,,. Colors are navy, black, plum, taupe,---beet root, brown, etc. All trimmings in the lot. Sizes 16 to 44. 9r4 Floor, Lnubnr-sk A. llro. IBI?) 1 LkAi i5si JBl tr ;; r a rUi r E Jfft-.- I, c M- v-w (1 Do Your Feet Hiirt? Foot Comfort Talk No. 1 We have installed a foot comfort department in our up-to-date Shoe Shop equipped with all appliances for the treatment of the feet. Consultation is Free and the expert orthopractic in charge will gladly give advice as to how to keep the feet well. He will also advise as to how to regain the normal enjoyment of wearing '.go'od looking aijd attractive footwear for those suffering from misplaced bones, tendons, etc, caused by (improper fitting of the feet. This department was installed as an added feature of our Shoe Shop for your comfort, and we arc anxiuua iui iuu iu fiuiu uj u Consultation Free B. R. Pipier Orthopractic Specialist in Charge. Steand Flr, Ijbarzb A llro. 58th Anniversary Sale Jewelry Some things you can buy and put away as Xmas gifts to your advantage. Opera length, pearl filled Neck lace, unusual luster, 59c Filled Pearl Earrings (Orient al) pierceless designs, 50c pair. Gold-filled Bar Pins, plain asd engraved designs, 2oe each. Novelty Brooch and Bar Pint, large assortment of styles, 48c Sterling Silver Thimbles, 15c each. First Floor, Lanbara A Dro. IMS i v Children s Dresses- Special at $3.95 As An Anniversary Offering These serviceable dresses are made of Lonsdale Jean in aa wiute or white with navy collar; emblem on sleeve; belted at waist. Sizes S to 14 years. Misses' All-Wool Flannel Middies. Sizes 12 to 14 years at $7.30; sizes 16 and IS at 57,93. Childrrn's Rain Capes with rubbenVed sateen, plaid lined lioods. Tan at ?'-.50; navy at ?1.50. Rainroats in navy, tan or checks. Sires 10 fo 1 1 years, at $3, $3.93 and $6.93. Middy Blouses of Lonsdale Jtan with nary flannel collar. -.Sizes 8 to 20. Special, $2.25. Children's Flannelette Night Drawers Iwanta models with or without feet. Sizes 2 to 10 jcars, at $1.00. Girls' Ono-riccc Pajamas of good iniality flannelette. Sizes 6 to 12 years, at $1.00. Infants' China Silk Cap Linings, in blue, pink or white, with silk lininjr. at 30c Infants' Caps., made of white corduroy, at 75c $1.00 and $1.23. Tfcfrt Flr, minhurs A Or. Leather Goods For Xmas OfTered during the 58th An niversary Sale at prices which make it-Worth your while to buy now for the holidays. Leather Tourist Cases, comb, brush and soap box, nicely lined, $1.98. Leather Tourist Cases, consist ing of comb, brush, mirror, tooth-brush holder and soap box, $238. Photo Frames, all leather: dou. bio and single, 50c, 98c and $1.30. Men's Collar Bags, in all leath er, vi'th collar button com partment, 52.98. Mrt Floor, Laoabursh Urn. Sale of Ivory - "Buy Your Xmas Gifts-Now Special offer for advance selling in Ivory Finished Comb,-: Brush, ana Mirror, niceiy rjoxea, h.vo . Ivorv Finished Manicure Sets, niceiy Doxea. consisting or, buffer; lile. cuticle knife, salve boxes, 52.98. Ivory Finished Jewel Boxes, nicely lined, $1.29. ivnrv :inkhH Pirhirpi Frames. 98c. , K.M..J T3..A Da-who nn,4 TJ,Jr !? Aivrc CIQ,. nf.h ivory ruusiicu run uuau auu nan .vw... . ww, . - , Ivory Finished Handle Manicure Scissors, superior steel, 98c Vlrxt Flanr. l.ansbnrsh A Br. ?, Store Hours: Open 9:15 A. SL; -Close 6 P. HI. fel THE STORE Or GRA7?SWar 1 mmM&to: ! mmffl( rat i.wwHrsm- ..asiB. ih riB.'BV mi a a:i .rwar tsirii ;vi 420-430 Seventh SL Through to Eighth St. '. j 1 t.j it ; m K 0 & tLi' J. A. T