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THrt WASHINGTON TIMES; MONDAY: MAKCd 3; 1019.
99)RHIi I is n coticum SOAP For Sharing, Bating and Shampooing The secret of healthy up-to-date shaving is cse of Cuticura Soap, the "Cmi cora Way". No crag, no slimy soap, no germs, no free alkali, no irritation even when shaved twice daily. One soao for all uses shavinr. bath ing, ahampooing, not to speak of its vafce in promoting skin purity and skin health doe to its delicate ccucura meoi cation. Doubles safety razor efficiency. B tort and try Citica Silent an astbeptte, mldir daotisr mwrlir of fudutznx flfc IMBtM. Sccstjof afl dealer. PD RE BT 1 OF RHEUMATISM NOW Says we must keep feet dry; avoid exposure and eat less meat. Stay off the damp ground, avoid exposure, keep feet dry, eat less meat, drink lots of water, and. above all, take a spoonful or salts oc casionally to keep down uric acid. Rheumatism is caused by poison oua toxin, called uric acid, which is generated in tne bowels ana ab sorbed Into the blood. It is the function of the kidneys to filter this add from the blood and cast it out in the urine. The pores of tne skin are also a means of freeing the blood of this Impurity. In damp asd chilly, cold weather the ukin pores are closed, thus forcimr the kidneys to do double work, they become weak ana siurrpisn and rail to eliminate this uric acid which keeps accumulating and circulating through the system, eventually set- tuns in the joints and muscles caus ing stiffness, soreness and pain call ed rheumatism. At the first twinge of rheumatism get from any pharmacy about four ounces of Jad Salts: put a table- sooonful in a girvss of water end drink before breakfast each morn ing for a week. This is said to eliminate uric acid bv stimulating the kidneys to normal action, thus ridding tho blood of these impuri ties. Jad Salts is inexpensive, harm less and is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia and is used with excel lent results by thousands of folks who are subject to rheumatism. Here you have a pleasant, efferves cent llthia-water' drink which over comes uric acid and is beneficial- to yoar kidneys as well. H 1 EL IS BESTFOR FLU Doctors and Druggists Claim Calotabs, the Nausealess Calomel, - Is Best Laxative for Colds, Grippe and Influenza. At the first sign of a trnld is the time to take a Calotab, the perfected nausealess calomel that has all the liver benefits left in and the sting taken out. Doctors say that there is nothing like it to put your liver right, and keep your system in condition to resist and avoid colds, influenza and pneumonia. The best insurance against influ enza and pneumonia is a good active liver and your physician or druggist will tell you that Calotabs is the most thorough and effective, as well as the safest and most agreeable remedy for this purpose. One Calotab at bed time with a rwallow of water that's alL No salt-! no nausea, nor the slightest interfer ence with your eating, pleasure or work. Next morning you awake feel ing fine with a hearty appetite for breakfast. Your cold has vanished and you are ready for work or play, Calotabs are sold by druggists every where in sealed packages, price thirty live cents. Your money handed right hack if vou are not delighted. ADVERTISEMENT A CLEAR COiyiPLEXION RuddyCheeksSparklingEyes Most Women Can Have Says Dr. Edwards, a Well-Knowa Ohio Physician Dr.F.M. Edwards for 17y ears treated cores of women for liver and bowel ail ments. During these years he gave to his patients a prescription made of a few well-known vegetable Ingredients mixed with olive oil, naming them Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. You will know them by their olie color. These tablets are wonier-workers on the liver and bowels, which cause a normal action, carrying off the waste and poisonous matter in one's system. If you have a pale face, sallow look, dull eyes.pmples, coated tongue, head aches, a listless, no-good feeling, all out cf sorts. Inactive bowels, you take one of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets nightly for a time and note the pleasing results. Thousands of women eswell as men fake Dr. Edward's Olive Tablets the successful substitute for calomel now and then iorttokeeoin the oinkofeondi. oa. 10P8Ed25cperbox. All druggists. VIOLINIST WHO WILL GIVE FREE CONCERT .'IHbbbHVIB BBBBBBBJ IE8B8"" :IHr 'SBBBm' MM 9nHMfc KBfP L JIT B888H" 'Ow TfaiigTf .jBBBBB V 8888VCr iw $BBBBb$8 B88fe&dbli,r- H&888H 88888 MnHi BBBBBmNBaBW b mm vmM NAN :WPm Women's Tweed Suits for Town or Country in the Opening Display, Priced From $29.50 to $45 Of men's wear tweeds in pretty shades of gray and tan mixtures; full silk lined. In novelty Norfolk models, belted all around with patch and flap pockets, for misses and women. Palala Royal Third Floor. PALAIS 'the shoppihg TnFcewraai 1 m .bbv B5"lr Wr V Inf KOYAJy 11th and G Streets A.I&N& Fashionable Riding Habits Are Shown m the Opening Display, Priced at $39 Up to $75 Paddock, Norfolk and the mannish tailored" styles of tweeds, O. D. serge and covert cloths, checks and oxfords. Correct as,, to styje&j-and perfect as to tailoring. , Palala Royal Tklrd Fleari 3,200 Dinner Sets 4 Carloads at Lowest Prices Since Pre-W$r Times HA1G GUDENIAN. NOTED ARM E VIOLINISTTO PLAY The "Washington public will he af forded the opportunity to hear Halg Gudenlan, one qf the most popular violinists of Continental Europe, in free public concert "Wednesday night. Gudenlan, who is known through out Europe and the United States for the excellence of his Oriental compo sitions and the quality of his musical offerings will play at the Liberty Hut on that night during a mass-meeting for the American Committee for Re lief in tho Near East. The accompanying music will be by the .Marine Band. Gudenlan will play under the auspices of a committee of "Washington society women, who will also- sponsor his appearance at the "Washington "Women's Club tomorrow at noon. Speakers at the meeting will be Gen. MezroD Aziraroethian, formerly aid to the Shah of Persia and a veter-' an commander of an Armenian army corps who fought for the allied cause on the Russian fropt; and Henry B. F. Macfarland, a member of the "Wash ington committee in charge of the 8150,000 relief campaign in the Na tional Capital. The campaign In "Washington is progressing slowly. "With the drive extended for another two weeks the committee is now confident that resi dents or the city are awakening to the need for raising the fund. DECREE ADJUSTS $5,000,000 CASE "! By a decree signed this morning by Justice Bailey in Equity Court No. 2. the proposed settlement of the cases of Frederick H. Bugher and Mrs. Mildred Dewey against the trustees of the estate of John R. Mc Lean and the infant remaindermen interested in the estate, involving In terests in fluorospar mines known as Rosiclare, in Hardin county. 111., amounting to about $5,000,000, were adjusted. The case, which was first brought by Mrs. Bugher and shortly there after joined in by Mrs. Dewey after the death of John R. McLean, con tended that the plaintiffs were each entitled to a one-third Interest in the valuable mining interests and were entitled to an accounting on that ba sis since 190S. The trustees of the McLean estate insisted that the property was owned on the basis of two-thirds interest in the McLean estate and a one-sixth interest each by Mrs. Bugher and Mrs. Dewey, which basis, it was con- I tended, that settlements of profits ! during the years gone by had been made. " Under the terms of the decree, the settlement was made on the basis of the McLean estate continuing to hold a one-half interest In the entire prop erty and a one-fourth interest each being vested in Mr. Bugher and Mrs. Dewey. The litigation has attracted the at tention of the courts here in different phases and has been warmly contest ed during the past two years. Some of the best known counsel In the country have been arrayed on one side or the other. Mrs. Bugher was represented by Samuel Untermyer and Jesse C. Adkins and Mrs. Dewey by ex-Senator George Sutherland and Wade H. Ellis, while on behalf of the McLean interests appeared John B. Stanchfield. of New York, and J. J. Darlington, Wilton J. Lambert, and Frank J. Hogan, of Washington. As the trial was about to be proceeded with a few weeks ago and all of the parties being present, including Mrs. Dewey, accompanied by Secretary of the Navy Daniels, a recess was al lowed by Justice Bailey to enable counsel to consult in an endeavor to reach an amicable settlement, with the present results. Reductions to i i French. Enriish. NioDon and American China 100-piece, 50-piece or 32rpiece sets from an inexpensive American set at $3.69 to a fine French china service at $110.50. Here surely is your opportunity to buy a new set at right price. Reductions to i i 100-pc. American Dinner Sets $21.00 Floral Sets $16.98 $26.50 Handsome Borders 18.98 $30.00 Newest Borders 21.98 18-pc. Lunch Sets, $1.99 Floral decorations, 6 cups, 6 saucers, 6 dinner plates. American Din ner Sets, $3.69 Floral decora tion or gold hand border. 32-pc Sets, Keg. $5.00 White Dinner Sets Just the thing for everyday use. Slight seconds. 22-Pc Sets $1.39 32-pc Sets $1.98 100-pc French China Sets $100 Coin Gold Border $72.50 $125 Rose Border $89.50 $143 Haviland China $110.50 100 Pes. English Porcelain Border of Roses on dOJ QO black background $f70 100-Piece Floral Dimier Sets, $12.98 Only 69 Sets at these prices. If you want to know how big a value this is, price it at some other store. 100-pc Nippon China Sets $50 Oriental Pattern $37.50 $75 Ivory Border $57.50 $85 Grecian Key Border $59.50 100-pc Nippon China Sets coin gold $4950 American Din ner Sets, $6.98 Floral decora tion or gold band border. 48-pe. Sets, re;. $10.50 Blue Bird (Symbol of 'Happiness) Dinner Sets 32-pc Sets $4.69 50-pc Sets $10.98 50-pc American Dinner Sets Handsome French 01 A ft border decoration, lv.IJ0 Regular Price, $16.58 Famous Homer Laughmi China, $9.98 Deep gold border and all handles covered with bright gold. 8 I B t Extra Size Spring Suits AND New Spring Coats , With Long Lines for Full Figures THE APPEARANCE OF SLENDERNESS AND GRACE IS CLEVERLY IMPARTED TO FULL FIGURES BY OUR SPECIALIZED SIZES FOR WOMEN OF SIZE 42 to 52. They are made in the newest and most youthful of the sea son's styles, tailored and cut by experts who have made a special study of the requirements of the full-formed woman consequent ly these models have the same smooth fit and modish distinction as the regular sizes have. In all the season's popular fabrics and colorings. Priced up to $85. Palais Royal Third Floor. The New Dresses for Spring Are Adorable-r-Also the Wraps Much care has been given the selection of dresses for the new season and you will find here Tuesday a department resplen dent with smartly-styled garments from leading coutiers in America. The Popular Fabrics for Spring Are Serge, Tricotine, Tricolette, Crepe de Chine, Satin, Taffeta, Plain and Figured Georgette, Etc All the most wanted shades are to be had In dresses In this display and throughout the entire collection Is moderately priced. Prices rang--ingr from $25 to $G5. THE CAPE stands out as the season's most popular outer garment. It may be a full, loose garment falling: from a yoke or with a yest-like front and deep cowl collar, with long: sash ends that wind around the bodice and tie in the back. Next to the capo is the capecoat or dolman. Fashioned of the Finest Bolivias, Evon Cloth, Duretyn, Gabardine, Tricotine, Serge; Poiret Twill and Velour Also complete assortments of more conservative coats designed on straight lines and made of various fabrics and shown In the wanted colors. Priced $20.50 to $150. Palala Koyal TMrd Floor. Children's Spring Coats And Capes in a Splendid Variety COATS 13.98 to $25 la Sixes S- to 6 CAPES $15.98 to $25 In all jrizes COATS $5.98 .to $35. 7a lxt C to 14 Smart, youthful models, embody ing the newest style features for spring. Made of all-wool serge, poplin, silvertone, gabardine, ve lour and novelty suitings; some with fancy trimmings of silk braid, buttons and buckle. Hand some silks ars-ranch used for spring and summer capes, of all kinds; some with bright colored linings. A good variety of beau tiful styles are shown In greea, rose, copen, mode, black and navy. Girls' "White Spring Dresses, $3.98 Of Voile, India Linon and Or gandy, lace and embroidery trim med. Some with Inserts of me dallions outlined in Idccs; others with tucked or trimmed skirts, ribbon beadiiur at waist. Sizes S to 14. Princess Slips at $1.25 Hade of soft nainsook, with yoke and xkict prettily trimmed, in laces or embroideries. Dainty and new. For girls 6 to 14 years. Palais Koyal Third Floor. 1 JjVfany Special Features Tomorrow A Traesday to Remember The great opportunity for economy cannot be emphasized too strongly when the general excellence and desirability of the merchandise offered is considered. Palais Royal Bargain Basement. Tuesday isBasemeniDay Spring Merchandise the Feature for Tomorrow at Prices to Create a Busy Day 318 Silk-Like Petticoats Tuesday Only at 88c These Sateen Petticoats have all the lus ter of silk, corao in artistic figured effects, rich In colorings. The fashionable width, with the correct deep flounce. PalaU Royal Bargala Baseaent. Spring Dresses and Suits a l10 AO If ?20 to S25 is contemplated in the 2fi JIO.7O purchase of a new Spring Dress or Suit thei then don't fail to visit this Basement Store tomorrow. Every miss of 14 years to woman of 44 bust is promised not only extraordinary values, but choice of an assortment that includes every sest new style for every type of form. Dresses at $18.98 Among the 250 models to select from are beautiful satin dressB with sleeveB and skirt of Georgette crepe: skirt draped in graceful tunic effect, with three rows of 2-inch ruffles. And Taffeta Dresses with new round plaited collars. A' won derful range of colors. Also rich, black Satin and Taffeta Dresses plain tailored and trimmed styles. Suits at $18.98 See the All-wool Serge Suits with jaunty new-style Coat, all-around belt. Note the three pleats on skirt of coat, which is lined with Seco Silk. Some of the coat collars have overlay of white silk poplin. The plain flare skirt has gathered back with belt Colors navy, Copenhagen, tan and black. Extra Tuesday Special Dresses at $14.98 If Times readers could be shown these dresses in conjunction with the readinjr of this advertisement not a dress would remain here by closing time tomorrow. Just 385 of them many are one-of-a-kind. Dresses for AH Occasions Dresses for all occasions, new Spring s.tlc and colors, and, of course, nay and black. Materials Include serge, taffeta silk, satin, crepe de chine and all-wool Jersey. The New Capes Correct Spring Styles Make a selection tomorrow profit by Tuesday's Special Price for a lovely model. Of All-Wool Serge Gracefully draping fl" Q QQ 15 inches long DOiVO with round shawl collar, pocket and belt at front. Trimmings of 3 rows military braid down front and bone buttons each side. Navy only. Street and Housedresses All Sizes from 36 to 46, Inclusive Tuesday, Special $1.49 Regular Prices are $1.98 to $2.50 The styles and the needlework give these dresses a character that makes the- superior. The yokes, the stitched belts, the at tractive collars, every detail is superior All of reliable wash materials, in plain cilors, combinations, plaids, checks and stripes. Anticipate summer as well as spring needs with such dresses at only $1.49. Shut Your Eyes to an Oil Spot, etc. These dresses come from a maker so jealous of his reputation that the tinest oil spot, an uneven stitch, or other little fault is noted. A few hundreds of such garments have accumulated during the season and they come here and to our patrons at a very great reduction in price. On sale tomorrow at $1.49. Palais Royal Bargain Basement. D. C. BILL IKES NOPBSTH Don't try to fool yoar conscience try encoring the rctornlng aoldlcra und forget tlBg to- pay yoar Income tax. Jin Income tax trader has at mock oa mT otthe other Pro.Crnsana. The District of Columbia appropria tion bill made no progress toward passage this afternoon, and Congress man Sisson, who is In charge of it in the House, reiterated today that it would not be passed this session. He said the bill was lodged in con ference between the two houses he cause o fthe difference over th half. and'half question and that there was no prospect it would be dislodged. "There Is no change In the situa tion," Mr. Sisson said. "I see no pros pect that there will be any." Senator Penrose will renew his ef- iori, ii it is necessary, to put the lr crease In teachers' pay in the bill, and there is considerable likelihood It will bo done In the House In the extra session before the bill reaches the Senate. New $5 Spring Skirts, $8.98 Another Extra Special for Tuesday Only The new All-wool Serge and Poplin Skirts, correct models, stylishly tailored, finished with novelty pockets, wide belt and button trimmings. Sizes 22 to 32 waist band in navy and black. The New Blouses at 98c Values to $1.50, But Only 48 Dozen Not more than two to each purchaser in order to create an equitable distribution. You have only to see the quality and finish of these blouses. Of. all white and plaid and stripe lawns, in colors; tailored and embroidery styles, some with organdy collar and cuffs. New Spring Corsets, $1.98 Excellent Models Regular at $2.50 and $3.00 Special for Tuesday only These new spring models of C. B. and Thomson's Glove Ftting Corsets. Included are beautiful bro caded and white and pink corsets and batiste models, with low and medium bust, various lengths of skirt; also dancing models, with elastic across top. Other styles some with broad clasps and elastic across back. Sizes 19 to 36. All at $1.9i5 for Tuesday only. $1.50 and $2.00 Corsets at 98c White and pink C. B., R & G and P. N. Corsets a broken as sortment but all sizes from 19 to 36 in one style or another All are up-to-date models, with low and medium bust, long hips, double boned throughout. Women's Gloves, 55c and $1.25 Washable Fabric and Kid Gloves Included From our regular reliable makers come these overlots and broken assortments. At $1.25 pair are Women's Kid Gloves made to retail at higher prices sizes 5, 5 and 6, mostly browns of various shades. At 55c pair are black, white and gray Fabric Gloves with fashionable stitched backs, sizes 6 to 8. Special for Tuesday One to a Purchaser $1.50 to $1.75 House Dresses All Sizes From 36 to 48, Inclusive Of gingham, chambray and percale, in rich. colors of plaids, stripes and checks. Some with collars of white lawn, others of self material.' Stitched and ioo? belt styles. One to a purchaser at Tuesday ' special price. " j Falsi noyaJ .Bnrgnln Basement. 98c Gloria Silk Umbrellas Look Like Silk Wear Better Than Silk Tuesday Only, at $2.69 Many years since The Palais Royal introduced "Gloria Silk" Umbrellas to Washington. And now come the spring styles of 1919 for women's use tight rolling on 25-inch paragon frames, with plain and carved handles, having silk cord wrist loop attached. Regular at 2.98 Tuesday at $2.69. Women's Extra Size Union Suits Good news for women who need size 46, 48 or rf 50. Spring-summer ribbed suits, with no sleeves, ( r"fc JfSi low neck, shell or titrht knees. Pnlnla Ilojrnl -Bargain Basement. Women's Mercerized Hose Of Cotton, With the Silk-Like Mercerized Finish 3 Pairs for 55c This extra special for Tuesday is possible because the makers "seconds" have been acquired. Only a few hundrd pairs, sizes 9 and 9 in black only Not more fofl-" six pairs to each, purchaser. 1,200 Pairs Boys' and Girls' Stockings Sizes 6 to 94 3 Pairs, 55c Mothers with children will appreciate this opportunity to ac quire the wear resisting heavily ribbed black stockings and get three pairs at such a nominal price. 3 pairs at 55c but not more than six pairs to each purchaser. Bloomer Union Suits, 55c Women's Latest To Wear With Narrow Skirts Spring style with low neck, no sleeves and elastic band at knees. Sizes 36 and 38 special at 55c for Tuesday only. "With quantity limited the rule of not more than two suits to a purchaser should be willingly observed. Turkish Towels, 20c to 89c Standard Make, Standard at 29c to $1.29 Just 100 dozen to be distributed at these Tuesday prices. At 20c the heavy weave towels regular at 29c At 45c the larger towels regular at 59c. At 89c the extra size towels of heavy fancy yarns, regular at $1.29. Remember for Tuesday only. Muslin, Longcloth, Nainsook 18c to 20c Values, 14c Yd. Mill ends but plenty of useful lengths, suggesting many uses. At 14c instead of 18c and 20c yard the regular prices of these standard makes, all 36 inches wide. Limit 20 yards to a purchaser. Tltff""?79V3& V"r7vK!'VsV 88 15c Yd. India Linon, 9Jic Just 2,000 yards to sell at this Tuesday prie. The grade standard at 15c yard in "mill ends" at 9c yard. On sale to morrow morning at 9:15 o'clock. Spring Hats, $3.98 to $4.89 Spring Opening in Our "Downstairs Store" See these new Hats and you'll recognize the $5 to $7.50 millinery of many an "upstairs store." Forget the prices Come Tuesday and be assured prettily trimmed Straw Hats that will do credit to both you and the store. $3.98 to $4.89 are Special Prices for Tuesday only. m m 35-w Falnla Royal Bargain Baaemeat. HflHaflCBr 1 1 8 8 I a 8 8 a 8 8 8 8 m m v m m 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8. I A P