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THE WASHINGTON TIMES: TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1919.
SAY NESTLE'S CO. G. U. PREP SCHOOL MS ED n GRADUATES TWELVE The Federal Trade Commission to day issued its first formal complaint against an American concern for un fair methods of competition in ex Port trade by citing the Ncstle's Food Company. New York, to appear for a hearing July 17 in connection with the exportation of condensed milk Into Mexico The commission charges that the company had during the -last year adopted and used on its cans labels "which mislead the Mexican purchas ing public into believing that the milk was manufactured in Europe PQS IRT KIN LAM BRING QUICK COIF! TO ANGRY S "When angry itching ckm cries through every nerve of your body for relief, turn to Foslam and let it soothe and allav all inflammation. Learn how efficient Poslam is. what splendid help it can render in heal ing eczema, disposing of rashes, pim ples, acne, scalp-scale and like dis orders. The test is to apply r'osiam at night to a small affected surface and in the morning to look for im provement. The effect of its concen trated healing energy shows agree ably soon. Sold everywhere. For free sample write to Emergency Laboratories. 243 West 47th St.. New York City Urge your skin to become clearer, fresher, better bv the dailv use of Poslam Soap, medicated with Pos-j lam. I Pretty, Wavy, Curling Hair Without Hot Iron Commencement exercises for the Preparatory School of Georgetown University were held In the Hirst Li brary in the art and science depart ment. Thirty-seventh and O streets northwest, yesterday afternoon. The address was delivered by the ltev. John B. Crcedon, S. J., president of the university. Father Crecdon stressed the neces sity of adequate preparatory training for all students who wish to enter university fully equipped for leader ship. The following prizes were award ed by President Creedon: First prize for regular class to Wil liam J. Uirciardi: second prize for regular class to Thomas D. Kernan: prize for English composition to Wil liam J. Ricclardi; prize for plane geometry to Charles J. O'Byrnc; prize for solid geometry to William J. Ric clardi; prize for t rench to William J. Ricciardi and second prize for French to Cyril OVDay. With the ex ception of O'Byrne, whose home Is In Georgia, all the prize winners live in Washington. Diplomas were awarded to Francis Cabell Brown. James Finney Casey, r.. Charles Joseph Coniff. John Jo seph Dolan. Gerald John Egan, Theo dore Feland Gannon. Henry Dymoke Gasson, Thomas Dickenson Kernan, Charles Joseph O'Byrne, Charles Cyril O'Day. Edwin Paul Rcilly. and William Joseph Kicciardi. P N UN ON i Let me tell you of a simple method which la a favorite of the belles of a cer tain exclusive social pet. I'm sure you -would like to know of It, because it will I jrtve your hair such a pretty curliness and 1 lustre and permit you to do away with Hhe ruinous wavinc Iron forever. V Just get from, any druggist a few fcpunces of ordinary liquid stlmerine. and at night apply a little with a clean tooth broth, drawing this down the full length ct the hair In the morning you will have a real surprise, the fascinating, fluffy, wavy effect will appear so natural. and there will be no greasy, gummy. streaky or other unpleasant trace of this harmless liquid Tou will also find this a splendid dressing for the hair Mona Morrow in The Clubwoman C Hair that Everyone Admires Hair responds marvelous! to care and attention. Q-b&n Hair Tonic will help growth absorb dandruff in one applicanon eliminate it in eight or ten. Stops all itching of the scalp nourishes and preserves the hair and prevents it from falling out For sale at all drug stores and wher ever toilet goods aresold Hessig-Ellis Chemists Memphis Term. NEW HOI IN D. C. The League of American Pen Women formally opened its new head quarters at 1722 H street northwest last night with a reception and en tertainment. The new clubhouse was viewed by more than 500 guests. A feature of the headquarters Is the furnishing of many rooms in the home by State auxiliaries, who will use the building as headquarters when they visit Washington. Mr. and Mrs. C. Austin Thomas rendered musical selections. Guests were an nounced by Miss Bertha Frances Wolfe. Past and present league officers were in the receiving line. Ex-presidents who attended the opening were Mrs. Theodore Cunningham, Mrs. Susie Root Rhodes. Mrs. Virginia King Frys. Miss Elizabeth A . Hyde, Mrs. Rachael Tongate Beck, Mrs. Annie Sanborn Hamilton. Mrs. Edith King man Kern. Mrs. Annie A. Wilder, and Miss Jessie Amelia Griswold. Officers of the organization in at tendance included Mrs. Isaac Pearson, president; Mrs. Florence Jackson Stoddard and Mrs. William Atherton Du Puy, x'ice presidents; Mrs. Kath- erine J Fenton. recording secretary: Miss Marie C. Redfern. corresponding secretary; Miss Lillian Williamson, assistant corresponding secretary; Mrs. Thomas S. Wallis. treasurer; Mrs. George Combs, librarian; Mrs. Theodore Tiller, historian. AMERICAN FLYERS Mko3V HONORED BY KING NATIVE HERB TABLETS Restore a Healthy Condition t hy pem.t your liver .nd kidneys to remind you constantly of thc-.r un ha'thy condition, whn B!:ss Native I erb Tab'ets tak-n at regular intervals ii fre you from pain, and krep yur c-.srrm in sound phsirai health ;on t -r-r,",t hrm tor to 1o so will Ir-jd perhaps very serioun rrnsftiu'nr' "a r Bliss Native Herb Table's at the ' sign of trouble, and you w.li ti RRi-poablv surprised at the results Thv ir recognized everywhere as the tan I-a-d herb remedy for all ills due to a J tordrred stomach Oonstir.ition dip screars. the liver and kidneys firctlon properly, the blood becom -a pure ajd lea'th the appetite imprivcj. nd the g-neral system becomes tu 'Iterated ISrs Francis Mervier. Brunfi-.'X lia. w tefc "Mj liver and kir-v were v ei-y bad. but thanks to Bliss Native Fe-b Tablets. I have not .1 ti o .f my od trouble now I shall nrmu i. lrej them on hand. jut as Jong .is I 2" got them." B 'ss Native Herb Tablets re put up ; in a box enough Xn lost th nor a family fix months Price J o A-r;.t no substitutes Ltok x fr 'he trade mark and money J sVd by local druggists and t!?entt. -. r whTo f loci' LON'DON. June 10. The royal air force cross has been conferred on Comdr John H. Towers, commander 'if the American seaplane hquadron on the trans-Atlantic flight, and Lieut Comdr. Albert C. Read and the other commanding officers of the crew of th NC-4. Lieut. Walter Hinton. Lieut. E F. Stone. Lieut. J. L Brrese, and Ensign H. C. Rodd. The royal air force- medal has been conferred on Chief Machinist's Mate E. S. Rhoades. Maj. Gen. J. E. B. Seely. of the air miiii-try. made the presentations in the presence of the King. The air fore cross was recently ronferrrd on Harry O Hawker and Liut Comdr. Maekrnzir Onv. Brit ish aviators, who esrayed .the trans Atlantic flight from Newfoundland. The royal air force cross is awarded J to officers and warrant officers for t acts of courage or devotion to duty when flying, although not in active operations against the r-nemy. The air force medal is awarded to non commis5ioned officers and men for similar reason. All The Family NEW APARTMENTS il COST SI .500.000 m 0 piB8fcf Ought to take Father John s Medicine as a Tonic and Body Builder Yon gain flesh and strength taking this whole some food medicine Remember Father John's Medicine does not contain alcohol or dangerous drugs. L Over 60 Years In Use Begin today taking Father John's Medicine after meals and at badtime vd tee how promptly you gain iighl and new strength. The northeast corner of Sixteenth and R streets northwest has been selected as the sito of one of the finest and most fashionable apartment hout-es in the Capital, to be erected in the near future. At a cost of Sl.500.000, the District Apartment Corporation yrstrday took over the title of this site. This apartment house will contain all modern conveniences to give first class accommodations. Each apart ment will have a" balcony and various other noveltirs F. H. Smith Company handled yes terday's transaction. The exterior will be of limestone, terra cotta. and light brick, and the interior will be handsomely finished Phillip M .lullicn is architect for the building. FOUR MORE ARE NAMED TO RESEARCH BOARD Four new appointments to the re search and fellowship board, which will promote fundamental research in physics and chemistry have been announced by the National Research Council. They are Warren C. Vosburg and George Scatchard. of Columbia Uni versity; Ernest F. Barker. Western University. London, Canada, and Al bert E. Caswell, of the University of Oregon- sm tiff i . ant At vw Vir ' IK 5W mSk , This new Customer idea is gaining momentum. More new names -appeared on our books yesterday than on Monday, June 2nd. The more new friends we make the happier we are. Store Hours: Open 9:15 A. M. Close, 6 P. M. mSWRE0rG8ATEr$Wte: Up to 75c Printed Voiles, 50c 25,000 yards of the latest in 38 to 40 inch fine quality Voiles", in the latest styles and colorings. For making waists, dresses, etc. Also 45-inch Plain Col ored Voile at this special- price. Normandy Voile, 68c 38 to 40 inch Normandy Voile, with lierht or dark grounds, in a large va riety of styles and color ings resembline dotted swiss. $1.00 Emb. Swiss, 75c 36-inch Embroi d e r e d Dotted Swiss. white ground clusters of blue stripes. Dots in nink. blue, yellow, lavender, black and white. First Floor Lanabnrgh & Bro. Editorial We stood on the corner of Seventh and E streets northwest and looked down toward the Avenue. In stead of our red brick front we saw a .beautiful i-ix story. white stone buildinc similar to the one that is now on Eighth street. The people were cominc to it. as now. knowinjr that they had been a bis factor in erecting- this NEW store home There were conveniences and comforts that are impossible because of ;ir crowded quarters at the present time A day dream? Yes. but one that will come true one of these davs. It MUST COME. We're mak Jntr so many new friends and customers dailv that poon we'll be compelled to build biiTjrer or just naturally burst. However, until that time comes we'll serve you as best we can in our present quarters. ' The Principle on Which Our Stylish Stout Clothes Are Made Note the oval on the left how- the position of the lines make it look so broad and clumsy. Then look at the oval on the right note how much more graceful and attractive it is. The left ova represents the average lines of stout garments. ' The oval on the right represents the idea followed in making'our "stylish stout" garments. The BIG reason for the popularity of our "Stylish Stout" Shop. Second Floor Lanibarcb A- Bro. a,. Jersey Suits In Styles for Sports or Dress Wear Priced $25-00 and $29-50 There are jaunty, loose-fitting Norfolks, beautifully tailored and finished with narrow, straight belts. The new blouse, effect coats, with novel- vestees are very attractive, and come with plain tailored skirts. There Are Heavy Jersies for Mountain Wear, and LightWeight Ones for Shore Wear. Bell-shaped sleeves are popular and have cuffs in self-material or of Shetland wool. Some collars are also of Shetland wool in contrasting color to match cuffs. Embroidery, soutache braid and novelty buttons are also used as trimmings. Colors are tan, rose, henna, navy, brown, oxford, pearl gray, wistaria, copen and green. Sizes 16 to 42. ' . Second Floor Lnnsburch &. Dro. New Georgette Hats In Fascinating Shapes $r.oo New Sports Shoes for Women & 4 SS VL A Stylish New Corset Bon Ton Corsets will add a new charm to vour personal appearance, sup port, and fashionably shape vour form, and in crease vour bodily com fort. A diversity of modes that will appeal to even the most fastidious taste. Corset snecialists and fitting rooms at your service. and $y.50 I Third A Bro. Floor Loaabnrsb. Pair J Prepareifor-Yojir vacation now, and select your sports footwear. during this great sale. These sports- shoes are made of genuine white buckskin, Nu Buck or canvas, in the newest styles. Special at $4.85. Women who wish- to buy "sports footwear from our regu lar stocks mav select from the highest quality shoes, made of genuine buckskin, at $8.00 to $10; white reignskin at $6.00 to $9.00. Thev have the finest fiber soles and leather toe un derlays to insure better wear. 5eond Floor t,ansborsh ' Bro. tl What could be more ideal for summer !:ats of georgette or black maline? These hats go well with all kinds of light colored frocks and are appropriate for wear with summer suits. There are sailors, mushrooms and ir regular brims. Many new innovations and ideas are introduced in trimmings with flower wreaths and ribbon. Specially priced at $5.00 and $7.50. Second Floor Lanaharjch & Bro. 50-Inch Lustrous Mohair Sicilian, yd. 95c We have a'bout 500 yards for distribution, and when this lot is sold the price will advance 33 1-3 per cent, which means that this low price saves you fully a third and cannot be repeated. This mohair is full 50 inches wide. Beautiful shimmerv luster and depend able dve. Colors are navy blue, black and ivory white. " Splendid to employ in the making of light weight, cool, summer apparel, as well as bathing suits. Third Floor Lanflbarsh A Bro. La Grecque Undermuslins V3 Off Sample lot of combinations, panta chem ises, skirts, corset covers, envelope chemises and drawers are included. These goods are all neatly tailored and are of fine sheer nain sook, longcloth or cambric trimmed with laces and fine embroidery. Corset covers and drawers: values from SI. 50 to $3.00 at $1.00, 51.50 and $1.95. $3.00 to $7.50 envelope and bloomer Chemises at S1.95, $2.95, $3.95. and $4.95. New Summer Gowns in La Greccue models. $2.50 to $3.95. New summer White Petti coats in La Grecauc models, $2.50 to $3.95. New summer Short Skirts in La Grecaue models, $L95 to $3.95. New summer Envelone Chem ises in La Grecaue models. $2.25 to $3.95. Third Floor Lnniiharch A Bro. A Summer Furniture Sale Reed Rockers, $.98 I Comfortable and dur able in fumed oak finish iwith roll arm rest and ! cane seat. Others $6.98, $7.98 to $24.75. fe lliigiiiifrf Steel Frame Swiii, S5.75 4-foot size, with steel frame and heavy wood slats, painted green. " -With rust proof chains. Cadillac Electric Vacuum Cleaners, $28.75 Reguhrly sold and advertised at?32.5o. Will save many hours of labor. Extra attach ments for clean ing walls, por tieres, etc., at $9.75. Fourth Floor I,nnabar;;h A Bro. S4.98 Oak Swinz, $3.98 4-foot size, of solid oak, in fumed oak finish. Complete with chains and ceiling hooks. Steamer Chair, $2.45 Cool and comfortable lounging chair with arm and foot rest and adjustable back. Seat and back made of O-oz. duck. Summer Portieres $1.98 The warm weather has seen many women buying lighter weight portieres to jrive their rooms a cooler appearance. These are made of plain Sreen cross striped mate rial finished witll tassel bottom. Tt is just made special for summer use. "We also have draperies for your windows to match these, with valances. They arc priced $1.38 set. Summer Couch Covers $J.85 Xew couch cover? always improve the appearance of a room and make it look fresher during: the summer. These are made of striped linene cloth finished with fringe all around. Also some in olain colurs fin ished with band borders. In blue, tan or srrCi n. Fourth Floor l.ansburjch & Dro Store Hours: Open 9:15 A. M., Close 6 P. M. THE STORE Or GRZATEPSewzg- L i w i i m ik m u h ithm nnnn-n WhH.HiiH n i 420-430 Seventh St. Throush Co Eighth St. J V.