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ANSWER IS FILED StoreNews qfLansburghSBrq 1ST' THE WASHINGTON TIMES; THURSDAY; APRIL 10; 1919. I fr .' " " ""-"" " " i," ""'"'Si555S55SSC3 Friday- SUIT ; iifiesPerfmneYonrSKn With Cntknrst Talcum H?-ePHct prophylactic deodoriz- "HfTwgiant and refreahing,. Cotl- '"'w is as xaeax tace, sldn, baby and dusting powder. Conve Rwa; and economical, takes the place ker perfumes for the person. A WW grains snSdent. One of the In fcpeosable Caticrra Toilet Trio for "WllllL the stin ore and meit. SsOjataaeataaiTilasn 25ceve-y-JSK-SShrcaiL Address i HARD TO RELIEVE THAT TICHI COLD? Hot & bit of it! Dr. Bell'-s Pine Tar-Honey turns the trick. -.S, tight cold is the kind Dr. Bell's aa-Tar-Honey Mks to tackle the aard-to-sret-rid-of-kind- It sets on Job and helps Nature- to loosen the cold and then finally o relieve ltuloaJBaaa "1 feel lle yourself. Tne balsam- and other healinsv fOihtajr Ingredients do it. The "Pmtsjo. soon losens, the inflamma upn Is . alleviated, the "tightness" si? J"F without uncomfortable after-effects. Get a bottle today. SOc. we. and $1.20. - BOSTON1. April 10. John V. Dltte more, recently dismissed from then board of directors of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, yesterday filed an answer to the suit of the trustees of the Christian Science Publishing-Company, which seeks to restrain the di rectors from interfering' 'with the management of the Christian Science Monitor. Mr. Dittemore was dropped by the board on March 17 last. Mrs. Annie M. Knott was appointed in his place. Both are made defendants in the proceedings. Mr. Dlttemore's answer completes the pleadings. The case probably will, be sent to a master within the next few weeks fbr the hearing of evi dence. v Mr. Dittemore charges dislpyalty and mismanagement on the part of the publishers. The alleged disloyal attitude "of the trustees has been known- a long time, he claims. Mr. Dittemore also charges his removal was the result of his opposition to the trustees. Herbert W. Eustace, he avers, is the dominating member of the board of truste.es. and with Frederick Dixon, editor of the Monitor, has so IntlmN dated the majority of the board of directors -as to subvert many of the church by-laws. U. S.-BUILT BATTLE PLANE EXHIBITED r iivVTllviysi DARTING, PIERCING SMC PAINS Civo way before the penetrating- effects of Sloan's Liniment So do those rheumatic twinges and the loin aches of lumbago, the nerve inflammation o neuritis, the- wry neck, the joint wrench, the ligament sprain, the muscle strain, and the throtfbing bruise. '-"" The ease of applying, the quickness of relief the positive results, tho cleanliness, and the economy f Sloan's Liniment make it universally preferred. 30a 60c. 11.20. EVERY WOMAN Who uses a spray syringe should read our sealed Seat free- K circular. J. S. Tyrec, Chemist, Inc., Wash., D. C TO REBUILD YOUR STRENGTH Abundance of Rich Food in Father John's Medicine Makes it Most Valu able Tonic The National Museum now has on exhibition the first American-built battle plane constructed In this coun try for the United States Government This plane was constructed in Day ton, Ohio, .by the Daylon-Wrlght Air plane Company, and was completed on October 29, 1917. It is the first plane flown with a Liberty 12 motor. The De H. 4 was adooted by the United States Government in 1017 for: use by the American expeditionary forces as a day-bomber and observa tion plane. It was first flown on the day of its completion at the South field of the Dayton-Wright Com pany in Ohio. Since that time it has I been used for all military tests and experiments intended to improve me De H. 4. In all, more than 2,500 experiments, ranging from motor tests and different propellers to slight changes in control surfaces. have been made on this machine. Made 4,060 -FlIgbta. It has been used in more than 4,000 flights; has been in the air for more than 1,078 hours; and has traveled more than 111,000 miles. Twenty-eight of the trips made by this machine were for more than 100 miles each, including trips from Dayton to Wash ington, New York, Philadelphia, and return. As seen on exhibition in the Museum', it Is as originally construct ed, save for' a new coat of military paint. With the exception of a patch on the landing gear -and a new sec tion on the side cowling, there have been no repairs made to the ship. The machine carries full military equipment including ten No. 25 bombs, camera, wireless telegraph, and generator, oxygen bottles and helmets, intercommunicating tele phone, heated clothing and generator and armament consisting of two Lewis and two Marlin machine guns. About 1.S00 of these planes were delivered to tho army in France, and they were used extensively on the frOnt for day bombing and observa tion work. Severely Criticised. This ship was criticised severely during the period of the war on ac count, chiefly, of a failure on the part of the public to understand Its purpose. It was designed to servo either as a fighter or a "bomber. When sent up for combat work it carried a light load and was able to attain greater speed at 17.000 feet than any other ship used In the war. Its ma neuvering ability when carrying a light load was considered good. When sent up on a bombing expedition it ne cessarily carried a much heavijr load and its speed' and acrobatic ability suffered as a result. The maximum speed of the De H. 4 Is set at 122 miles per hour, but a much higher speed has been devel oped. Its landing speed is fifty-eight miles an hour. Its wing span is 42 feet 5 Inches; length over all. 31 feet 1$ inches: height. 11 feet 9 inches: gap, 5 feet 10 Inches; total supporting area. 440 square feet. Its weight with a full load and military armament is 3,800 pounds. PRESIDENT WILL BjSHBHEfl Safe to Take Because It Contains No 4Icohol or Dangerous Drugs The extra strain to which we are all exposed during the spring is al rays a source of danger if the system I weakened or run down. Manv chil dren, as well as older people do not tnH from the'r food the nourishment Wfclch they need to build up the vital rJllstff energy with which to with jifaitd severe weather and fall easy VMitm to disease germs. With a proven history of more than fteiV ' service as a food tonic frTitt4rtrich In abundant nourlsh jK4f,t, Kalhr John's Medicine builds nft 1U! energy. Ol rv tremt food value as proven f trf. -henIcal tests, the nourish-t-4 i VVr John's AfertlHnc h '! MVen tip h the system and tff-n n " and Btronxln ? -f-ft lwW All the family cn rf into- tM'libt4, pure ami fin iitff ... fimmtm,t I n ...Alt. .... ... v rr rwrrrpv vru ipw&wt rv m n mviiviy jwrtMfpk frrnd it it USE RADIO PHQN E , SCHEVECTADY; N. Y., April 10. When the giant liner George Wash ington clears from Brest for the United States with President Wlrson aboard It will have .installed in its wireless room a telephone trans mitter which will permit the Pres ident to hold wireless' conversation with the huge radio station of the General Electric Company at New Brunswick. N. J., and ppsaibly with Washington direct This epoch-making happening will be made pclssible by the General Electric Company, whose engineer. Dr. Ernest Alexanderson, perfected the long range wireless .telephone over which hundreds of ne-woy messages already have been taiucd to the President while he haa been working on thfc world peace terms in France. To date the service has been one way only. Later experimental work has perfected the answering facilities and next week John H. Payne, jr., of Baliston. a radio expert of the company's laboratory .here, will rail for Brest for the General Electric Company to direct the In stallation of th wireless telephone transmitting apparatus on the Gore:? Washington so that President Wilson may kaep in constant personal com munication with- bin Cabine't -while on the homeward trip.- , EDITORIAL1 A prominent Boston phy sician recently gave the fol lowing prescription for keep ins WELL and YOUNG: "Be angry just as seldom as you can, eat sparingly and keep your mental equilib rium." All doctors could do a lot of us a' great deal mpre good if we didn't insist upon his giving us a great lot of drags with long Latin names. And, doctors would do us still more good if we would listen to them when they talk plain English. "We en courage their using un familiar terms in order to keep up our conception of the mysticism of medicine. It is, perhaps, a survival of the respect, or rather awe, in which wcr held the ancient medicine man of our savage days., ; Millinery at $5-06 Today we will simply tell briery the newest styles that have come in. 4 The. small black narrow rim sailors with small , bunches . of flowers and cire ribbon are the very latest. Hats of rough straw in large' shapes, trimmed with flowers. Colored straws in small sljapes, with a jaunty tilt. Also transparent hats, turbans and small sailors, trimmed with mercury wings. K i Your Choice, at $5.00 , " " Second ?loor-.lensbargh r A Br.' 2nds Ivory Finished Articles at V2 Price $ he Purchase of Easterffi Cnt Be Delayed Longer - Our .workroom is rushed, to the limit turning out suits for folks who want them FOR FASTER: This means that, we soon will be unable topromise delivery bv wwaw wiujiuij 11 . diigiib mibiaiiuu 10 UfcCCOCxll V. Make Your Selection at Once jFrom Our Complete Stocks. Among styles you may choose from emi-belted, full-belted, neat braided, , semijtailored, box, severely tailored, Russian blouse and embroidered mod els made of allwopl tricotine, poiret twill, serge, and poplin; in navy, black, tan and other spring-colors. Splendid Showing, $25 v $29.50, $35, $3950 A Wonderful Assortment , of Capes $14.95 to $45 Beautiful Dolmans Are Priced $25.00 to $69.50 Second FlcCWAuIargii A Sire. n Children's Newest Hats A most complete showing of ready-to-wear and trimmed hats for misses and little tots will "be found in our children's exclusive millinery section. Predominating are pokes, mushrooms and large drooping sailors with streamers. In all colors. Prices are $2.00, $3.35, $5.00 and $7.50. - Sees ad Floor Lans&BC&ft & Bro. . You cannot tell the difference from the perfect goods. Ivory finished hand mirrors, with bevel edges, in dL aq sire 5 1-2. At $Xl70 ivory finished hair brushes, with solid backs. At Ivory finished 'buffers, with removable bands. At .....,......., Ivory finished dressing combs. At Ivory finished bonnet brushes , Ivory finished comb and -brush trays. At.. Ivory finished picture frames. At Ivory finished-puff " AQ Ivory finished hair re ceivers Ivory finished clothes brushes ;.'. Ivory finished hat brushes First Floor liaoabarsb A Bro. $1.25 50c 50c 75c 98c 98c 98c 98c 98c 75c Home Dresses At $1.95 Each Bungalow house drees aprons, in a large variety of styles, with .belts- and pockets. In assorted flo ured effects, trimmed wltn solid, contrasting colors. At $.50 Each Bungralotr aprons made of cood quality percale, in stripes, dots and assorted ntrures. With belt and pockets. At $1.95 to $2.50 ' Buhsralotv aprons, of per cale, nurses stripes and Amoskcasr gingham, in light effect. In extra sixes-from 40 to 50. At 91.95, EL23 and fZ.30. At 59c to $1.00 Kitchen aprons in band, and bib models, of Amos? keag or nne percale. Third FlOflr-rllattsbBrs A Bra. - . A Skirt Completes the Spring Wardrobe And.no outfitywitt-ljcompletewith6ufea skirt, for they have taken bn"a lieV popularity for spring., . Rich plaid skirts-in;figfit-fitting" models,' finished with pocket and buttons. , Plaid skirts in faiicy plaits. , ' '..' . Serge skirts in navy or black. Poplin, gabardine and satin 'skirts-jnnavy or black. Also exquisite skirtsjo.f &i-Ta-SorKrusi,'Krusa silk. .All sizes are included. , . . . . Also Skirts for "Stylish-Stouts."- - . v kty Bri5t$2&9af .11 r tf As- ! 5F"k. Mtn. Wayne Clocked Silk Stockings $1.65 Black with white or white with black. High silk boot style, smartly clocked. Reinforced lisle soles, toes, heels and garter tops.- Children's Fine Ribbed.Hose, 39c A very special value shown in black or white. Perfect qualities. All sizes at one price. Seconds of 75c and 85p Hose, 49c Women's full-fashioned lisle, cotton and silk lisle hose in black,, white and j'balbriggan. Shoes For Boys And Girls r Seconds of 50cand 59c Lisle and Mercerized Hose, 35c These women's lisle hose are full-fashioned and are shown in black or white. The mercerized hose are knit to fit with flat seams and are shown in black, white and colors. Imperfections are very slight and unharmful to wear and appearance. Seconds of 59c Cotton Hose, 39c Women's full-fashioned cotton stockings in black regular 59c qualities. Seconds of $1.75 Thread Silk Hosc? $1.09 Black or white; full-fashioned. Women's reinforced lisle soles, toes, heels and garter tops. First Floor Lansbtrrgh A Bro. want' The children wilt all new Easter footwear . Since the last ..few days be fore the holiday are such busy ones, w would suggest -that you bring your children in to morrow. -.-- . s i ; Children's Sizes 5 to 11 Genuine white buckskin' ahoes, S30 and 84.00. button Fine white canvas. 82.25 and 83.00. Brown calfskin. 83JJ0 and 85.00. Patent leather dull lop button shoes, $3.50 and $4.00. Dull calfskin button and lace ihoes, f&AO to 84.00. Patent leather oxfords, SSJO. Brown calf oxfords, 83.00 to 84.00. White canvas oxfords, 82.75 to 3.2E. Anklestrap ties, 8SJ5 and VZ&Q. Big Boys' Sizes 1 to 6 Xew broad and medium narrow too black and tan calfskin boots and oxfords, play shoes and genuine Boy Scout oxfords, priced according to material, from 83.80 to 87.30. Second Floor Laashtl8a A Bro. Misses' Sizes 11 1-2 to 2 Patent leather button boots, 3J6 and 94.50. Dull calfskin button boots, 83.33 and S4.50. White canvas white sole. 83JS0. White canvas white sole button, 83.50. Tan calfskin lace, 84.50 to 8&09. Tan pla,y lace. Neolin soles, 84.50. Tan play oxfords, with Neolin soles; 84.50. White oearl calfskin, with Neolin rsoles. L50. Whito canvas oxfords. S3.se. Patent leather oxfords, 8440. Brown calfskin oxfords, 95.00. Little Boys' Sizes 10 to 13 1-2 Tan and black leathers, white canvas, white buckskin, play and dress boots, oxfords and ankle ties, priced according to material, from 82.75 to 95.00. Prices quqtedv&elow are for the highest qualities. - Young Women Sizes 2 1-2 to 6 Patent leather pumps, 83.00. White canvas oxfords. 9SM). - - Dull calfskin -jSumps. 34MV9. Brown calfskin oxfords. STUM. Whito canvas lace boots. 84JS0. White new buckskin lace. 9SJO. Brown elk play oxfords, 84.&0. White new bnckskln, with Ntolin soles, 94.65. a White canvas, with Ke61In soles, 8345. Babies' Sizes 2 to 5 Genuine white buckskin pearl but toned shoes, 82.75. Fine white canvas fancy buttoned shoes. 81.85. Tan calfskin button -or lace, 83.00. Patent leather white top, $335. White kid, with pearl buttons, 8 73. "Fine black kid buttoned ' shoes, 82JS0. Tan and black lace. &00 and S&SO. Ankle-strap slippers, 81.65 to $SJ69. Hundreds of 4 Yards of Wash Goods Remnants , Lot No. 1 39c Lot No. 2 at 19c Huadreds of yards-of every kind of wasKaad white goods in desirable lengths for most all purposes. Amoag them are plain and printed voiles, plain aad fancy ginghams, poplins, linen finished suiting, madras, nainsooltr longcloth, cam bric, batiste, orgaadyi. dimity and many others too numerous to 'men tion. 0 Tble No. 1 " Valoea to 75c at 39c Table No. 2 Values to 39c at 19c First Floor J.abHrsi A Bror Rattania Fiber Rugs $16.75 Size 9x12 New designs and color combinations in a full selection of all the bcsl patterns. These arc not dropped patterns or imitation Aristocrat Bozarl rugs which should sell at half the price of these tine rugs. They do not compare in quality or design u'i our IJattania rugs. r : : $.50 Armure Portieres, $4.98 Factory seconds of heavy quality highly mer cerized armure portieres in red or green. Finish ed with silk braid edge or tassel top and bottom. J J& ' Hardwood Settees ' at $1.75 Each Can be folded up vnen not In use Cen tr support under seat:. double braced back. Made from ejected lumber and finlahfd u'lth two coat fif varnish. .. -rift Floor Lanabursd Bro. Kill' r ! i $3.95 Madras Portieres, $1.98 Mill seconds of regular $3.93 quality. Subject to very slight imperfection?. In I plain blue, Ian or green. ART Four items mentioned for tomorrow's selling. Do not wait until warm weather .o embroider hats for the kiddles. A-nne as sortment awaits your In spection now for both boys and jrlrlf. A variety of style3 made and stamped fif xlmple designs. At 30e to ?L25. Shoe bays are one of the most convenient and neces sary articles. We have them made of attractive cretonne, with two to eteht pockets. At 25c to 3S.30. 54-inrh whito scarfs and 30-Inch squares, made of linenc heavily trimmed with lace and embroidery. These squares make attrac tive pillow shams as well as table covers. At 81.25. A lanre assortment of in struction books telline Ml about how to mako the "latest" in yarn or crochet thread. At JOc to 33e. Lingerie Waists $4.29 and $5.48 A wonderful showing of the better lingerie waists made of French voile in a variety of styles either dressy, tauorea or semi-taiiorea models. They are trimmed with filet, Venice or Val. lace edges, tucks, hand-embroidery and pleated frills. Another display of' lingerie waists is priced from $1.00 to 38.98. Second Fleor .Laaabvrjra & Br. Store Hours: Open 9:15 A. M.; Close, SP. M. H fe -fc. THE STORE OF CREATE SEMld: J D I'h'rrf Floor I.nnihursh .i K3 aiauPEFjlfieA BWIti 1 SVWW-- B5K jKO Wm1 HM B ' - mKnmmmmmBwmmtmmmmwmmm i H y; .