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THE WAffltiTOTOfr TIMES, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1919. RRTiTCy Doctor Tells How to Sfranen Eyesight Ut the teipleuiecf Bon-Opt o. -set Dr. Lewis,IbaTe seen eye-' ilfht Kxenc-. thened 50 fh a week's tfaneinminy Instances, ad quick relief brought to In fl .m p J. aSitnff. ItcHnr. buminc. worl-ftnined. eret Red the doctor's full smement ooti to apetrfaithiiptper. Bon-Opto U iM and Beaded evay where by Dnitsitt. 904 F St Formerly-. "O'DonnjcH' WEATHER DELAYS CROSS-SEA FLIGH sgjp BARONESS GIVEN WAR DECORATION wtetr ii ST. JOHNS. Newfoundland, April 10. The Sopwith airplane, In which Tiint Harry A. Hawker will try to fly across the Atlantic, was given tho final finishing touches today, and now ready for the trial flight. It cannot be made, however, until weather conditions improve. 13th and F Sis. "-rly O'Donnell' THE SAFE 7?J?JjZl k n life" 'Ul ii DRUG STORES All fTi nnrnilar SI Dental Prepara- II lions always in stock fresh, and at these reduced prices regularly Tooth Pastes v Albodon 25c Boriclor 28c Colgate's 25c Kolynos ..24c Mermen's 83c Pebeco . 40c Pepsodcnt 47c Sanitol ........... 28c Sheffield's ,..lc Sorodont .,..,... 29c 'S. S. White's.......... 25c Woodbury's . .-. .'.-. .30c rl WBm&LL- ! -1 I? f? ?m? 'IH 4 I IIP -B- Ihhhh M iS BHHp4 ;-Mi n i HiiiiiKMwju:r' ,rjr?-TiK?s.T'E 4-t -. fc - iACrdW'1AiAr- WVVA4V4 w BB DENOUNCES COTTON GROWERS AS TRUST That Cool, Clean Klenza Feeling WANT to know how to make the children loss their dislike for eleanlaz their teeth ? T51v them Klenxo th new Dental Crerne I The feeUnc that follows Its ue ia a testimony to Klenro's thorough efcannesa cleanness that reaches even ths tiny taste nerves, freeine them from stale se cTttlons that, make the month feel hot and sticky. Try a tune toosy 7ooSi' Powders IfaBF DENTAL CREM5 Barker's ... 25c Borinatcd 29c Calbx 23c Ooleate's 15c Snicker's 23c S - c Lyon's ...;.."; ."-20c TaotKkind Moulh Washes ''2 klkal'ol ........ ......43c Borine .' .'.25c Borolyptxl --25c' Dioxogen 20c Glyco-Thymoline. .....25c Mflk Magnesia .......42c Listerine -.21c Lavoris ..... 24c Rikers Antiseptis. . . .25c Rubifoam ...24c Sozodont i.....35c Vernas Lotion ...... .49c Wampole's Formalid..33c Known in England as "the heroine of the Pervyse." has been deco rated for her services to wounded British soldiers, according to a report from London. The baroness served in the front line dress ing stations from September, 1914, to August, 101S, when she was badly, gassed. "CALLUS CORNS" LIFT RIGHT OFF Doesn't hurt! Lift any corn or callus off with fingers Manicure at Horns. UseNailoid -Scarcely anything signifies good breeding more than well-groomed binds and finger nails. It isn't necessary to visit public manicure parlors. By following the dkections; perfect results can be obtained from the use of NAILOID, the guaranteed manicure preparations. Try the Natloid Manicure Combination Outfit $1.25 or any of -the following individual items: NAILOID BLEACH . ..v ..25c NAILOID ROSE CREAM i.25c NAILOID WONDER DUST NAIL POLISH .25c NAILOID ENAMEL, cake form.. 25c NAILOID CUTICLE SOLVENT . 25c Assistant Attorney "General Todd today Is giving personal attention to the request of Governor Allen, of Kansas, fpr prosecution of the South ern Cotton. Growers' Association un der the Sherman anti-trust law. Allen charged- the cotton growers have combined to reduce the acreage of crop .this year and boost the price. His request for prosecution is ono of many similar ones which have been received 'recently, departmental of ficials said. Belief that the cotton growers can not bo reached under the Sherman law is expressed here by officials. They point out that the law specifi cally exempts associations of farmers,, in two Instances. One, mentions farmers' associations In connection with labor unions which also are exempted when not organized for profits. The other states that no part of tho annuel appropriation for ad ministration of the Sherman law 'shall te expended for the prosecu tion of producers of farm products and associations of farmers who co operate ahd organize in an effort to and for the purpose of obtaining and maintaining a fair and reasonable price for their productsi" $60,000,000 CORPORATION TO BOOM COTTON URGED MEMPHIS. Tenn., April 10. Seven hundred delegates from the cotton growing states are here today to con sider plans for a $50,000,000 corpora tion to finance the exportation of cotton now held throughout the South. There is considerable opposition to the plan ampng cotton men here. Ad vocates of the plan declare that It means a free, movement of cotton to fforeign ports and necessary rebates for exporters. The plan will be presented by Gov. G. W. P. Harding, of the Eighth Fed eral Reserve Bank, and Senator Rob ert L. Owen, of Oklahoma. Good Talcums Will Soon be in Great Demand No home but what has use for this excellent toilet requisite. The better talcums exert a cooling, appealing and pleasing effect. Excellent after bathing, also to prevent chafing and skin irrita tion. Por tired, aching feet, and there is a special 'talcum for the. baby. . JONTEEL 25c Don't suffer! A tiny bottle of Freezone costs but a. few pents at any drug store. Apply a few drops on the corns, calluses ' ana" "hard skin" on bottom of feet, then lift them off. "When Freezone removes corns from tho toes or calluses from the bottom of. feet, the skin beneath is left nink and healthy and never sore, tender or trntaten POLICEMAN SHOOTS MAN IN RUM AUTO iSX -c JbbbY. DANVILLE, Va., April 10. Charles Dobas, a motor mechanic of Balti more, and William Arrngton, of Matthews county, Ga., are held for the grand jury here. " The two rheri were arrested follow ing the finding that an automobile in which they were traveling from Mary land to Georgia contained a large quantity of liquor. A preliminary hearing was granted the men yester day, and they did not testify. Arlington was shot and wounded by a; policeman who was arresting him and a warrant charging assault has been issued against the detective, John"R. Tucker. Hearing" in this case has been con tinued until next Juno because Ar rlngton was unwilling to give evi dence against the policeman until the liquor case has been disposed of. Bibcock's Corylopsis.....20c Bibcock's Cut Roses.. ..20c Colgate's Baby ..... 25c Colgate's Dactylis 25c Colgate's Eclat 25c Colgate's La France Rose 25c Colgate's Monad Violet.. S5c Colgate's Violet 25c Colgate's Cashmere Bouquet ...-........ -18c Djer Kiss 40c Erwin's Trailing Arbutus 85c Houbignant's Ideal $1.00 Hudnut's Violet Extreme 50c Hudnut's. Violet Sec. . . . .25c J. & J. Baby ...'.. ..15c LazeU's Massatta 18c Mary Garden 60c Melba 25c Mermen's Borated 18c Mennen's Violet 18c Riveris 29c Squibb's Violet 19c Squibb's Carnation IDc Squibb's Unscented 19c Talcolette 25c Williams' Violet 18c Williams' Baby 18c Desk Pads Carbon Papers Steno. Note Books Pencils Cash Boxes , Desk Blotters QUICK DELIVERIES PREDICTS MORE ADS F OR DAILY PAPERS CHICAGO, April 10. "Never have newspapers stood In such high esteem with advertisers." W. H. Rankin, president of the American Association of Advertising Agencies, told the ex ecutive committee, which Is hero to perfect plans for advertising the VIc-t-iiy loan. Mr. Rankin predicted B0 per cent Increase in dally newspaper advertise ments in 1919. The merchants and manufacturers, he said, have found the dally the most profitable form of publication. your Favorite Soap Soap, as you perhaps know, improves with age. A seasoned soap gives a more copious lather and is more economical to you. It is well to have a liberal supply of your favorite toilet soap in the home. We offer special reductions on quantities of a dozen and half-dozen. Colgate's Cashmere Bouquet 25c 3 for 70c Colgate's Turkish Bath 15c 3 for 4Cc Cuticura 23c Ivory . 8c Lava 7c Lifebuoy 8c Packer'sTar 22c Palmolive 10c Pear's Glycerine 17c Rainier's Natural 24c ResinoJ .- ?V Sayman's Vegetable 13c W" ,-... .v- i! Authentic Footwear Models for Spring and Summer X f :.?; s V-JT 'li inrum" s I You are really losing an excellent opportunity to economize if you don't buy your Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, Chocolate Pudding and Mayonnaise Dress ing at our Week-end reduced prices every Friday and Sat urday. On these two days we sell these at little more than half of our regular price, just as an advertising feature. i i 1345 F St. " Cararr i-lth Our Hsnaieme Acvr Store. 1006 F St Near 10(h Formerly IUttcr-Hegrtnun. KB I. Price 8.50. 1 The "Camille" Pump, made 1 , n Tan Calf; welt sole; medium .- walking heel. i Queen Quality. Shoes rep- resent the sum total of foot- i wear style, quality, comfort t and wear. - j The range of sizes 'and I widths is complete. Yours J - is here. The Palais Royal '' Shoe Dept. Second Floor , A. USNER G and 11th Sts. 1 Sa3 B jKw uich Market fjfi ', Y particular attention 13 few to theV OXir ' extraordinarily low prices belciw on fine fresn FISH. Tnese are values no tnrifty touse---keeper can afford to nejglect. 1 i? Week End Special An Excellent Offering of ..'-- For Friday and Saturday-? 1 f: our Meat Depaijnei where only meats approved by U. S. Government Inspectors and kepimnder the most sanitary conditions are sold, comes thissenes,of most attractive vames. r -VS' Something New and Very Tasty! Boneless Pork Loin Roll Boned, pickled, boiled, smoked and sliced all-ready to eat. The housekeeper who is ever on the search for variety "will welcome this in novation with 'open arms. Try this delicacy for luncheon or for Sunday's supper. i Lk20c Lb., 75c Values You Caift Offord to Misst SmOKed rlamS, Own Smoke Houses. Lb. 35c Smoked" Sboulders. .Lb. 27c Smoked Sausage . v. .Lb. 28c r ? -Smoked Jowla, lb., 18c Bacon Scre -Ik-55c. Pure Lard, Ik, 35c MCompotino7...Ib.1 29c, 1 Lor&abatitate. Bed Iver fS 25c Cooked Ham ? 20c Hamburg Steak,lbM30c Sreahlr srooad. Fancv Mak-Fed Home Dressed Veal Loin Cbops, Ib. -. . . v., 42c Rib Gbops lb ..; 42c Sboulder Ckops, lb..:..! 38c Sboulder Roast, lb:.. .; 35c .Breast(bone out)vlb. . 28c CHEESE Full Cream SSSttJftet Snappy Clieeae,--!- Cream Oxeesc, ei 16cf (2 far SXe) Pimento CbeeilSc Butter" Substitutes Nut Margarine, lb., 32c-. Mayneld Margarine, f . LbM37c - . .3t ' From Our GROCERY DEPTS. "Vinco" Codfish Strips, lb.... 22c "Flemish Cap" Codfish, lb... 26c "Tip-Top" Codfish Flakes, package ........lie "New England" msm riaxes, 40 J.lk5Wd "- 15c L icreals Quaker Oats, pkg..... ....18c Rolled Oats, 2 lbs..t 13c "Gold MedaT Buckwheat Floor, pkg................lc "Virginia Sweet" Pancake Flour, pkg-.. ... -. .lc Head Rice, lb......... ..v-12c Lima Beans, lb-.'...... . ...12c Navy Beans, lb lc California Pea Beans, lb 5c MACARONI in bulk, lb.... 14c .Van Lill's Jams Five different flavors. 25( Soap Dawson's Jellies assorted flavors, 2 glasses for 25c Jelly Spread, each 5c s ana Cleansers Tvm-v Snan. 2 cakes for 13c Fcls-Naptna, 2 cakes for 13c Procter & Gamble's Naptha Soap, 2 cakes 13c C & C Oleine Soap, cake.... 5c Export Borax Soap 5c "Gold Dust," large pkg. 24c Small packages, 2 for.... 9c Bon Ami, 3 pkgs. for 25c Dutch Cleanser, 3 pkgs 25c Household Ammonia, large bottles, 3 for 25c Fresh fish every day during' Tjent at all our markets. ForPri dayY dinner choose from Large Fresh Potomac Herring 5c each; 6 for 25c . Oysters, quart .. .45c Halibut Steak, lb. 35c Tfle (steaked), lbi.25c Croakers, lb 10c 3 lbs., 25c Buck Shad, lb.... 20c Roe Sfead, lb...... 30c Smoked Labradbrs, 7c each; 4 for 25c Salt Mackerel 15c, 28c, 32c, 35c r. - Canned Goddfe Soups CampbelTs Soaps high foctT value, for your money. I?cv ; waste, no cooking cost xop-you and no labor. 21 vari eties to choose from. IA ' Can ,............ ilC" Fist "Oga" Fish Roe,. 2 cans. 2Sc Salmon Pink .. r.Can3c . Chtsn ....'....Can Ifc Red (l-lb. flat can)...-...7..3tc Sardines (Domestic) in oil or mustard, . 3 Cans-29c-. Vegetables 4-String Brooms, 49c Friday and Saturday only. Regularly 65c each. " Tomatoes, can..... 19c,15ct Peas, can 15c, 19c, 25c Corn, can 15c, 18c CampbelTs Beans, 2 cans for 25c Baked Beans,, can.... ...5j: Several well known 10c lines of excellent quality. Fruits y Del Monte Peaches the finest quality procurable. Large can 35c Pumpkin, can. lfic Grape-Nuts , 2 for 25c The favorite breakfast food ready to serva "White House" Vinegar Bottle, y3 Gallon, Gallon, 15c 33c 63c "Mayflower Ginger Ale Special! 2 Oil H Bottles for. I Large Box Matcbes H ' I 500 matches in f a each box 7C . "Old Dutcir Special Santos Coffee, 30c lb. Freshly toasted, so that strength, flavor and fragrance reach you unimpaired. Try a pound tomorrow you will like it from the first sip. Cakes, Rolls and Buns Pound Cake, lb 32c Raisin Cake, lb 35c Angel Cake, each 22c Sponge Cake, each 22c Jelly Roll, each.... 10c Ginger Bread, each 10c Pan Rolls, 8 to a pan... 10c Twin Rolls, double, doz..l4c Sugar Buns, 'dozen 18c "OldDutcrT Bread T 7c 3 for 20c Made in our own bright, airy, Daylight Bakery under condi-. tions you couldn't better in your own kitchen. Only purest materials used. POTATOES n Fine, Mealy V o. 1 Westerns, peck Halt in D , dtL C p. JLOC iW OOO Hone-Grown RHUBARB PTiftar jrad SatarAar, a Inn .... C I Hatae-GrowB, Fral, Gxcca KALE Frtlar ad Saturday, a peck. 19c t-. Wi ;s :". aflk.