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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY MAY 15; 1019.
o 3 ADVERTISEMENT Careless Use of Soap Spoils the Hair FOUNDER N Z Soap should be used very carefully. If you want to keep your hair look ing: its best. Most soaps and pre pared shampoos contain too much alkali. This dries the scalp, makeJ the hair brittle, and ruins it. The best thins for steady use is Mulsiflcd cocoanut oil (which is pure and sreaseless), and is better than anything: else you can use. One or two teaspoonfuls will cleanse the hair and scalp thoroughly. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub it In. It makes an abundance of rich, creamy lather, which rinses out eas ily, removing every particle of oust, dirt, dandruff and excessive oil. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and it leaves the scalp, soft and the hair fine and silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and easy to manage. Tou can get Mulsiflcd cocoanut oil fhampoo at any pharmacy, it's very cheap, and a few ounces will supplvl every member of the family 10 months. PRODUCTS CO DIES FIRST PHOTO OF PARIS "BLUEBEARD" Adler-i-ka Helps Son! "My son had Inflammation of bowels and was greatly bloated (with gas). After giving him Adlcr-i-ka he is completely CURED. Doctors did him no good." (Signed) M. Gerhard. Ferdinand, Ind. Adler-i-ka expels ALL gas and sour ness, stopping stomach distress IN STANTLY. Empties BOTH upper and lower bowel, flushing ENTIRE ali mentary canal. Removes ALL foul matter which poisons system. Often CURES constipation.- Prevents ap pendicitis. We have sold Adlcr-i-ka many years. It is a mixture of buck thorn, cascara, glycerine and nine other simple drugs. People's Drug Stores. &"? rr"'Myrr-J6wnjA i-", .3"". C Henri. Desire Janxdvtx. tcc. G I1H m She Kept Her Locks Dark and Glossy With Sage Tea and Sulphur. "When you darken your hair witn Sage Tea and Sulphur, no one can telU because it's done so naturally, so evenly. Preparing this mixture. though, at home is mussy an-i troublesome. At little cost vou can buy at any drug store the ready-lo use preparation, improved by the aaamon or oiner mgrcaients caiie.i lVyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com pound, xou just dampen a sponge jor soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. By morning all gray hair disappears, and, after an other application or two. your hair becomes beautifully darkened, glossy and luxuriant. Gray, faded hair, though no dis grace, is a sign of old age. and as we ail desire a youtniui and attrac ivc appearance, get busy at once with "W'ycth s Sage and Sulnhur Com. pound and look years younger. PITTSBURGH, May 13. H. J. Heinz, proprietor of the Heinz Food Product and a prominent Sunday school worker, died in his home here yester day of pneumonia. Mr. Heinz was a native of Pitts burgh. He was seventy-five years old. After receiving his education in the public schools and at business college he turned to commercial pursuits, and from a small beginning brought his business to vast proportions. His parents had intended to fit him for the ministry, but with the excetpion or a few years in his young manhood his career has been concerned with the business side of the manufacture of pure food products. Interested In Gardening. AVhcn his parents moved to Sharps burg, then a small village, where a garden of about three acre's surround ed the home, Mr. Heinz became inter ested in gardening. As the garden yielded more than the family required the surplus was disposed of among- the villagers. The success which he met in han dling garden products suggested to him the Idea of engaging in the busi ness of packing pure food products. He started in a modest way in 1869. The first factor' consisted of the basement and one room of a dwelling. The first product was horseradish. packed in bottles. Soon the packing of pickles and sauces and other foods was added. In 1872 greater facilities were needl ed, and the business was moved to this city. It grew steadily, until ncm the main establishment occupies a floor space of thirty acres. Mr: Helnz's interest in higher edu cation is indicated by the fact that he was instrumental in founding and was chief supporter of the Kansas banking Institutions and civil organ!- The prevailing topic in Paris today is the wholesale disappear ance of the wives of Henri Desire Landru. who has been arrested by the Paris police. In two years five wives of Landru, a resident of Paris, have disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Tresses of women's hair tied with rib bons and underlinen marked with initials of the missing women were found by the police when tho modern Bluebeard's chateau was searched. The police believe the women were trapped by Lan dru through matrimonial adver tisements, several clippings of which were also found at the chateau. City University. Sunday School Worker. In Sunday school work Mr. Heinz was an international figure. He was chairman of the executive committee of the "World's Sunday School Associa tion, for many years president of the Pennsylvania Sabbath school and vice president of the Sunday School Asso ciation of London. During all hi3 career Mr. Heinz took an advanced position on the social problem of the proper relations be tween employer and employe. He al ways took a great interest in zations. Mr. Heinz leaves two sons, Clifford Heinz, at home, and Howard J. Heinz, now in Europe as a member of the United States Food Administration. Howard Heinz also was State food director of Pennsylvania. BAN WHISKEY PRESCRIPTIONS. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., May 15. The senate today passed a bill in tended to strengthen the Statewide prohibition law by making it illegal for druggists to sell whiskey or other civic alcoholic drinks on prescription from affairs, and was a director of many physicians. Births, (Baniagts, Heaths Notices May Be Phoned Until 1 p.m. Main 5S60, Branch t. 'The next time you buy calomel askfpr lalotabs The perfected calomel compound tablets that arc safe and free from the customary nauseating and sickening effects Medicinal virtues retain ed and improved by ad juvants and correctives. In Sealed Packages 20 doses for 35 cents LAST RUES TODAY FOR MRS. WILLIS Funeral services were held today for Mrs. L. Emily Windsor Willis, who died suddenly of heart failure Tuesday at the Casualty Hospital. Mrs?. Willis was sixty years old, and had lived in Washington practically all her life. She was born in Eng land, but came to this country as a child with her father, Capt. John Windsor, who came here to serve in the Union army during the civil war. He went into the army as a color sergeant, but rose to the rank of captain before the close of the war. After the war he made his home in Washington. He has been dead sev eral years. Mrs. Willis formerly owned a house on the site where tho Union Station now stands. Of late years she has been making her home with Joseph McRcynolds, 17G9 Church street. Interment was private at the Con gressional Cemetery. Joseph A. Her bert, who had been a very close friend of Mrs. Willis for many years, had charge of the funeral arrangements. Jeisie E. and Eva E. Hcitmuller. Frank A and Catherine M. Grady. George D. and Ruth II. Ford. Francis A. and Rose SI. Bowser. James R. and Lavinia Cousins. Wondoo and Gcraldlne Dixpon. William S. and Edith Fletcher. Harold G. and Catherine SI. Washincton. Says Pile Remedy Worth $100.00 a Box . I have had Itching piles ever since my earliest recollection. I am 53 rears old and have suffered ternblv. have tried many remedies and do -tors, but no cure. About 8 weeks ago I saw your ad for Peterson's Ointment. The first application stopped all itch ing, and in three days all soreness. I have only used one 35c box and con sider I am cured, not fueling any rj tarn of the trouble for G week. You have my grateful, heartfelt thanks, aod may everyone that has this trouble see this and give your ointment, that is 'worth a hundred dollars or more a box. a trial. Sincerely yours, A. Kewth. Columbus. Ohio. Peterson's Ointment for "P''cb, Ecze ma, and old sores is only 35 cents a box at all druggists. Peterson Oint ment Co., Inc., Buffalo, N. T. People's Drug Stores .will sunniv you under guarantee of money back If not satisfactory. MRS. ELISE SCHEITLIN. Funeral services were hold this afternoon for Mrs. Elise .Schcithn, seven ty-cight years old, who died at the residence of her nephew. Frcdcr ick T. Hafelfingcr. 1212 O street northwest, Tuesday. Mrs. Schcitlin was born in Zurich. Switzerland, coming to the United States in 1854. She married Bernard Schcitlin, of St, Gall. Switzerland, in New York in 1864. Her husband served in the Union army during the civil war. After the war they came to Washington to live. After her husband's death In IS77 she spent her time between her farm in Maryland and her home here. Her only living relative is her nephew, Mr. Hafelfinger. MARRIAGE LICENSES. William Joseph Klock, 23. of "Woodford, Va., and Myrtle Ellen Self. SO. of Fred ericksburg, Va. The Rev. Hugh T. Stev enson. Chester E. Baumcr, 2!. and Gladys J. Burnett, 16. both of this city. The Rev. George C. Bacon. Patrick J. Walsh. 29, and Emily Sorensen, 27, both of Washington. I. C. The Rev. Joseph H Cassidy Louis Franklin Hammerle, 26. of Hamilton. Ohio, and Eunice Helen Fisher, 22. of Seattle. Wash. Tho Rev. G. C. F. Bra-tcnahl. Lee Sears, 46, of MitchMlville. Sid . and Blanche Farrell, 31. Tho Ruv. HowarJ F. Downs. uwen . 1'armel, 21. of Bloomlngton. 111. and Bdna E. Forbe-. 24. of Washington. I r. Tho Rev J J. Sluir. V J iWir. Connollv, 36, and Slargarct M Becker. 34, botn of Washington. D. C The Rev. James R Becker. J. "S Owens, 21. and Mary Alack. It. Th Rev. i. O. Bullock O StcDanicli, 37, and Bessie SI. Drew, 21. The Revn S P W Drew S Marahall, :0, and Lizzie Brown. 34 The Rev. J. T. farcy C G. Smith. 30, nnd .Margaret Gray, 22. The Rev. T. T Taylor S. Jordan. 21. and Margaret Williams, 20. The Rev. V. J Ritchie J. M. Loo, 22. j-nd Maude SI. Scott, 21. Ths Rev. L. C Shcafe DEATHS. William Sclden Price, 2 yr' . Slbler Hos Edmund Tobin. 71 rs- St Elizabeth's Hos. Henry Davidson Vrv. 67 vrj , 2021 R st nw El.le Jcheltlm. 7K yrs . 112 O st. nw. Walter Andrew Stenz, 2S yrs , 332S ML I'learnpt ft William E. Slason, jr. I ;rs.. 1131 12th st ! nw I.aoina Palmer. 62 vr? . (Garfield Hos Mary Henrietta .MacLeod. 51 jr.". 1333 Eu clid Ft. nw Doryey Lcc (Chinaman). IS yrs.. Providence Ho" Haftie Henderson. 2 j r- . Prerdmn'T Hos William Xrsbit. 3 rs St Elizabeth' Hon Oorjre Honesty, If. r PrewlinenH Ho. Stephen Ramond. 73 j r--, Home Tor Agl and Infirm CARD OF THANKS 3 on Savings Deposits U. S. SAVINGS BANK 14th and You Streets WADE H. COOPER, Pre. JOHN A. PRES.C0TT. Funeral services will be held to morrow at r, o'clock for John A. Prescott, eighty years old. who died Tuesday at his home, -1104 New Hamp shire avenue. Sir. Prescott had been an invalid for the last few years. Jie had lived in Wa.-hington sixty years. He was born in Pittsfield, X. H., and was the son of the late Dr. Jonathan Pretcott. a well-known rhysician of New Hampshire When he first came to Washington he was connected with the Treasury Department for a number of ycar.s, but resigned to go into the real estate business. He was very well known among real estate dealers up to the time of his retirement about four years ago. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Georgia Goodrich Prescott: a son. Charles C. Prescott, of Chicago; a daughter. Sirs. Frederica A. Gideon, who lives here with Sirs. Prescott; a nephew, Albert S. Gatley, who is cashier of the Lincoln National Bank; ana two nieces, Carlotta and Eliza beth Lockwood. Interment will be private at Rock Creek Cemetery. REPETTI I wish (o exprevi mr appre ciation and nlneero thanks to my rela tives and friend for their kind expres sions of smpath nnd braullful flora! tributes fJtrndi'ii nt the ierfth of my be loved wife I'LARA i; REPETTI By her devoted husband HENRT REPETTI. DEATHS IIABRIN Kntrrrfl into eternal ret nt her residence, ISO'j H ?t ;; w AfUL'STA ALLEN wnlow of the aie E.iuii, Har ris, in Ihe event-ninth year of ace Funeral from the fniilv rr7ei,re Thursday Stay is. , j p ln Krirnd and relatives invite.l Please do not send flower is" I.ISTOX huddenlj on Tuesday. Mar n 1319. at th redden of l.Vr narVmV G3S Eye street houll.tvrM. ELLA T , eldest bflmr-l child ol Ed n aril J." ar.3 Annie A I.lston. nee oliins Funeral Fridav morning a"t S ":n a m mass at St Dominn- s "hurcb at ) oelo. k a. in . relatives and friends in Ailed , -. . . WIirTFOBD The funeral of K O WHIT FORD, will t?.kc pl-e,. from hi "late r"s,: nSC'..,'3;':V,ne,,,nth "tT,'t northwest on 1 rida afternoon at 2 o'clock 15 FLORAL DESIGNS J. H. SMALL & SONS, Florists Corner 16th and H ats . WASHIvr.Tnv'. Waldorf Artorla. and COS Uadi.on ave ! New York. F owers for funeral, a Vd.! dally. Prices moderate. ""' "Pe- Are You . Keeping Up With THE TIMES? BIRTHS REPORTED. PONS Carl R. and Alice DeLonr. Oeorce and Mary Carter. George and Rosetta Locan. Andrew and Fannie Taylor. DAUGHTERS Raymond L and Roonehlll Satterfle:! Ralph E and Marion Jones. W;VyK?i5'P '" Slon. Call rranklln 4506, residence. Franklin m nvn x? COOKE, not Conn, ave my 181 a"' FUNERAL DESIGNS Of vry description Moderat. prle. 14 F BT. N. V7. UNDERTAKERS J. WILLIAM LEE, CNDERTAKUIt AND LIVERT. TIepbon XI li:i. WA8UINOTON. D. a FIND 10 STOLE OKWAWA SKULL Africa. He 'says little of Okwawa except to speak of the trouble the na tive ruler pave the German troops. The dynasty to which Okwnwa be longed was founded in 1700 by Mu jumba, whose grave also was openeu by the party under Von Prince. There were several sultans before the time of Okwawa, but he was the first to have dealings with the white man.- Several expeditions started out by the Germans to exterminate this old sultan ended with tho entire attack Ins party bcinp; killed. Never once was Okwawa beaten. In the end, however, ho is said to have commit ted suicide. URGES PANAMA B E ROOSEVELT ANA L XHW YOU1C. May IS. Those re sponsible for the desecration of the grave of Sultan Okwawa, whose skull is demanded from Germany by the peace treaty, have been found, It is believed, by tho Oriental department of the Public Library, through whoso courtesy an authentic history has been given of this leader of the AVa hche tribes in Kast Africa, which for more than twenty years fought Ger man kultur. Sultan Okwawa for years opposed the inroads of Germanism while he reigned over his tribe. The section he ruled lies north of Portuguese East Africa and east of Rhodesia, in the high mountain country. In a German history of their domain Hcrr von Oberarzi Dr. Stierling. chie.r surgeon of the German forces in East Africa for .some years, tells of the trip to Rungemba. the largest settle ment in the region over which Ok wawa ruled, which was led by Capt. Tom. von Prince, who had fought the sultan for years. This expedition was made after Okwawa had commit ted suicide. Hanged Sulton'a Itelatlre. The party reached Rungcmba, Dr Stlerling relates, and there found Ok wawa's son and also the head sullain s brother and four half-brothers. True to German custom, believing extinc tion of a race essential toward the introduction of "kultur," they hanged Kawawinjlki. the sultan's brother, and the four half-brothers, and ar rested the son and other members of the family. The party then proceeded to the spot where Okwawa was buried. There his skull was unearthed by the party and a picture taken of tho spot by them. It is in this same spot that Mujiinga, founder of the Okwawa dynasty, was buried, and it is believed that his bones, too, were taken from their resting place by Capt. von Prince. The reason for the taking of Ok wawa's skull to Germany Is given by Dr. Stlerling as purely scientific, and to allow "the famous professor, Dr. Luschan, to measure it." After Capt. von Prince and his party had concluded their hanging party in Rungemba they started for the coast, taking with them Okwawa's son and the rest of the royal family as prisoners. Capt. von Prince, who was in charge caliy every line of railroad serving of the party, has also written a his-1 territory east of the Mississippi river tory of the people of German East 'is affected. BELGIUM'S ARMY, 10,000.. BRUSSELS. May 15. Belgium's army at present numbers 210.000 raen and 115,000 have been demobilized, the minister of war has informed parlia ment. Tho minister said he would do his utmost to reduce tho Belgian military forces to 100,000 men aa soon as possible OMAN AT VIRGIN ISLANDS. SAN JUAN, Porto Rico, May 15 Rear Admiral Joseph "W. Oman, United States navy, governor of tho Virgin Islands, arrived here yesterday. TO BE KING'S GtJEST. PARIS, Jtfay, 15-EpIlaclp .Pessoa, preardeiteIec4Df Brazil " fcvilL fear Paris for Rome toraorrdw, "He will be a guest of fcliijc Vlctdi Bmmanuet over the week-end. Sonor Pcssoa expetftar to return to Paris arljr nexC week. As a tribute to the lato Colonel Roosevelt, Senator Calder of New York intends to introduce a bill on the opening day of the Sixty-sixth Congress changing the name of the Panama canal to the Roosevelt canal. Former President Taft is one of the strongest advocates of such a memorial, which is indorsed by the most prominent men in public life. "My bill does not carry any appro priation," said Senator Calder, "for none Is necessary. The mere renam ing of the great ditch after tho one man who mnde It possible will be sufficient to carry out our Idea. Of course, I assume there will be appro priate exercises when this rcdedlca tion measure becomes law." Inspiration for changing the name of tho canal was received from Her man Hagedorns book, "The Boy's Life of Roosevelt," by Capt. Thomas But ler, who suggested the plan to Sen ator Calder. Captain Butler was given his Idea from reading of the energy and ac tivity of the former President in con nection with the building of the canal, and from pictures showing Colonel Roosevelt throwing dirt from the "ditch." 0 ATTACK CITRUS RATES. Complaints of the California Citrus League for a revision of freight rates on oranges and lemons, will be heard by the Interstate Commerce Commis sion tomorrow. Tho complaints af fect the whole eastbound rate structure on the two fruits. Practi- The Value of Home-baked Foods It goes without saying that home baked foods are fresher and more wholesome and economical than factory-baked foods. When one remembers how easy and sure is baking with Royal Baking Powder, it is understood why thoughtful, thrifty women are today baking more than ever. Health is protected and quality in- sured by baking at home with POYAT. Baking Powder Absolutely Pure Made from Cream of Tartar derived from grapes v" -" Royal Contains No Alum Leaves No Bitter Tasted lll'l 1 PIANi III! Horn Arthur Jordan Piano Cos Great 15-Day AND PLAYER-PIANO SALE! Offers Used Player Pianos at $185 Up Used Pianos at $69 Up New Players at $450 Up This is surely your opportunity to buy a new or used instrument ; at a fraction of what you will have to pay later. Come TOMOR ROW SURE BEFORE YOUR FAVORITE MAKE IS SOLDI- I ,tv?qj:. James & Holstrom Upright (t0 Ebony. Used. $05? Berkeley Upright d 1 QO Mahogany Case. Used. P70 Stnltz Player $9QQ Mahogany Case. 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