THE WASHINGTON TJJUKS, THURSDAY, SEFTEMBER 11, 19l9.
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Cocoanut Oil Fine
For Washing Hair
If you want to keep your hair In
ood condition, be careful what you
waah It with.
Most soaps and prepared shampoos
contain too much alkali. This dries
the scalp, makes the hair brittle, and
Is very harmful. Mulslfled cocoanut
oil shampoo (which Is pure ,and en
tirely creaaeless) is much better than
anything else you can use for sham
pooing; as this can't possibly Injure
the hair. . . ,,.
Simply moisten your hair witn
l water aud rub it in. One or two tea-
Bpoonfuls will make an abundance ol
rich, creamy iainer, au ...to...... -hair
and scalp thoroughly. The
lather rinses out easily, and removes
every particle oiouiuuirwu.uu.uu
QUlCKIy anu ccuj. , - - y
fine and silky, bright, fluffy and easy
to manage. .,.. ,
you can get auicu .,.,- ..
shampob-at most any drug store. It js
very cheap, and a few ounces Is
enough to last everyone In the family
Notices May Be Phoned Until 1 p.
m. Main 5260, Branch 9.
"F6r five years I suffered from
acute indigestion and constipation.
The PIBST dose of Adler-1-ka helped
and I feel better today than ever. Can
eat anything." (Signed) H. J. L.ar
bo'ur. Adler-i-ka flushes BOTH upper and
lower bowel so completely it relieves
ANY CASE gas oh the stomach or
sour stomach. Removes foul matter
which poisoned stomach for months.
Often CUKES constipation. Prevents
appendicitis. Adler-i-ka is a mixture
of buckthorn, cascara. glycerine and
nine other simple Ingredients. Peo-
pie's Drug Storei.
PHOSPHATE lacreases Weight, Strength and
I Nerve Force in Two Weeks
( Time in Many Instances.
The average person Is beginning to
.realize more and more that the lack
J of physical strength and nerve ex
i haustion (frequently evidenced by ex-
cessive thinness) are the direct cause'
not only of the failure to succeed in
.life's struggle for the necessities of
existence, but also for the -handicap in
.one's social aspirations. Compare the
thin, sickly, angular frame with the
FOR MRS. SPENCER
Funeral services for Mrs. Samuel
Spencer, widely known local social
and philanthropic worker, who died
Tuesday at Tuxedo Park. N. Y will
be held tomorrow afternoon in St.
Mary's Church at Tuxedo. The body
will be brought to this city for in
terment in Oak Hill Cemetery.
Mrs. Spencer, who was the widow
of Samuel Spencer, president of the
Southern railroad, had made her home
in Washington for more than thirty
years, spending the last years of her
life in the big Spencer residence at
2012 Massachusetts avenue northwest.
Following the death of Mr. Spen
cer, some years ago, the house was
used as a favored meeting place for
Washington society and many bril
liant social affairs were held there.
Mrs. Spencer was a leader in philan
thropic work here and many of the
meetings of women's welfare organ
izations were held at her home. She
was a supporter of many local char
Mrs. Spencer was born in Columbus,
Ga the daughter of the late Gen.
H. I, Benning, C S. A. She was seventy-one
She was a member of the Society of
Colonial Barnes of New York, Daugh
ters of the American Revolution, the
National Society, Chevy Chase Club,
Tuxedo Club, and the Montgomery
County Club. .
She is survived by a daughter, Mrs.
James B. Layng, of New York, and
two sons, Vivian Spencer, of Nw
York, and Henry B. Spencer, of 1747
Rhode Island avenue northwest,
We Are Extra
Anxious for You to
Because it is a
Season of Unusual
Lansburgh & Bro.
ment Is Ready to
for Fixing Up the
Home for Winter,
Draperies, Rugs and
Other Floor Cover
EMMETT E. NUNNALLY.
Funeral services for Emmett E.
Nunnally, seventy-three years old,
who died Tuesday, will be held at his
old home in Petersburg, Va., upon
arrival of the body there today. Mr.
Nunnally died from heart disease at
a camp on Conduit road. He had been
in this city for several years, making
his home with his son. Dunning L.
Nunnally, 1129 New Hampshire ave
Mr. Nunnally had been in falling
health since the death of his wl'e
about three years ago. The shock of
her loss is thought to have affected
his heart and to have led to the
stroke which caused his death.
Mr. Nunnally is survived by four
sons and three daughters.
well rounded form which is usually
accompanied by the bloom of health
That millions of people are con
scious of this handicap is evident
from the continued appearance in
newspapers and magazines of many
suggestions proposing various reme
dies in food or medicine or exercises,
either of which might or might not be
appropriate for a given case.
Authorities, however, agree thac
healthy nerve tissue is absolutely
essential to a strong, robust body and
mind. Weak nerves, while indicated
by a multitude of different symptoms,
more immediately and generally re
sult In lack of energy, sleeplessness.
Irritability, depression, etc., which
conditions gradually consume the
healthy flesh, leaving ugly hollows, a
flat chest, bony neck and scrawny
arms and legs.
Our bodies need more phosphate
than most of them are able to extract
from the foods we eat nowadays, and
many opinions affirm that there is
nothing which may be taken into the
human system that so effectively sup
plies this deficiency as the pure or
ganic phosphate known as bitro-phos-phate
and sold by the People's Drug
Stores in Washington and all good
The essential phosphoric food ele
ments In bitro-phosphate assimilated
nytne nerve ecus should soon produce
a pleasing change in nerve energy
and hence increased vitality and
strength. With the burdens of ner
vousness, sleeplessness, lack of en
erg', etc 1 if tod. normal weight with
Its attractive fullness and ruddy glow
of health replaces the former picture
of skin and bones. Mis Georgia Ham
ilton, who was once thin and frail, re
porting her own experience, writes:
Bitro-Phosphate has brougnt a magic
transformation with me. I gained IS
pounds and never before felt so well."
CAUTION Although Bitro-Phosphate
u uucicuru iu. .uc reuei 01 nervousness i
asd attendant disorders, owing to its ten- I
deney to Increase weitrht. nn. nhntiid watch '
the scales while taking it unless it Is the
desire to put on flesh.
Harry and Fannie Rinewalt.
John. A and Moravltr.
James A. and Luetta Palmer.
Alfred M. and Florence Gregory.
Ralph Emerson and Anne T. Malr.
Richard H. and Kady Q. Cady.
Charles H. and Pearl D. O'Brien.
John E. and, Mary A. Hills.
George B and Ellen S. Woodrldge.
Thomas D and Margaret SchalL
Rozla E. and Anna B. Phillips.
Barnett and Edna M. Walton Elting.'
Edward L. and Mabelle A. Donovan.
Norman M. and Eva May Detto.
Robert W and Dora A. CarmlchaeL
Boyd C and Clara A. Cunningham.
Robert H. and Martha L. QasUns.
Edward W. and Dovle B. Gaitwood.
Arthur J and Beatrice Black.
John T and Irene N. Brown.
We've had so many
phone calls concerning
the Prize Drawing Con
test mentioned in Tues
day's Ad. that we'll
tdd a few directions
Use either pencil or
Draw TWO of the Il
lustrations. Put your name, ad
dress and age on each
drawing as this is nec
essary for a proper
judging of the drawings.
Any child can submit
as many drawings as
he or she wishes.
Send drawings to the
of Lansburgh & Bro.
All drawings must be
In by Monday, Septem
Never a larger or
more varied assortment
to choose from.
Children's an d
Misses' apparel of all
kinds is also on exhibition.
Fall Opening Sale Lace Curtains
Here Are Two Lots Specially Priced
George E Moran. 21. and Wllshlre J. U.
SUton. 19. both of this city. The Rer.
S. E. Rose.
Norman S. Blenkenship, 22, and Anna D.
Thorne. 22, both of this city. The Rer.
William O. Roome, jr.
Frank G Favorite. 35. of Philadelphia.
Pa and Effle M McKeeer, 24, of
Mount Rainier. Md. The Rev. J. E.
Augustus D. Willis. 60. of Manquin. Va.,
and Maria Louisa Walker. 24, of Palk.
Va The Rev. J. E. Brlggs.
Shirley William Leigh. 29. of St. Paul.
Minn . and Helen Beulah Reld. 30, of
this city. The Rev. W. I. Campbell.
Thomas II. Jeffries. 38, and Susie E.
South. 37. both of Little Plymouth. Va.
The Rev. W. R. Flannagan.
John II Olden, 30, of Orange. Va.. and
Jeanette G Campbell. 24. of Danville,
III. The Rev. A. E Barrows.
Fred Wilson Worley. 23. and Winnie
Marie Coleman, 19. both of Covington,
Va. The Rev. J. E. Briggs.
Glen V. Faxton. 22. of Omaha, Neb., and
Sally M Settle, 24. of this city. The
Rev. G. F Dudley.
Earl Edward Lipphard. 22. and Ethel G
Coates, 20 both of this city. li.e Rev.
K A Cave.
Bernard Francis Darnall, 20, ard Myrtle
Amelia Crabbe. 21. both of this city.
The Kev. J. M. O'Brien.
Max Zlmet. 21. and Pearl M. Mullicrtl. Ji,
both of Sliver Springs. Md. Tae R.
J D. Burrtr
Clarence W. Christian, 29. of Bowden. V.
Va.. and Myrtle Beatrice Stewart, 18.
of Lovingston. Va. The Rev. J. H.
George Green. 74 yrs.. 6S5 S. C ave. se.
Hannah C. Eccleeton. 60 yrs., 1607 23d nw
Frances E Van Ncs. S6 yrs, 1507 22d nw
Robert D. Greenlaw. 65 yrs . 1437 T st. nw.
Charles C. Sansbury. 18 yrn.. 131.1 17th nw.
William J. Moloney, 46 yrs., 807 6th st.
William W Halsllp. 64 yrs.. 441 Irving nw.
John Sweetman. 54 yrs., 729 22d st nw
Doris May Woolford. 2 mo.. 201 Ind. ave
Mary L Lord, 1 yr. 6 mo . 45S7 Sth st nw.
Infant of John M. and Susie E. Smith
Nancy Stratton, 50 yrs . 19th and C sts. se
George W Washington, 63 yrs.. rear of
1425 M st. nw
Mary Jones. 45 yrs. 411 22d st nw
Richard Johnson. 4S yrs. 14th and Upshur
Hannah A. Evans, 50 yrs . 309 Elm St. nw
Irene Clark. 71 yrs . St Elir Hos
Abraham Frank. 60 yrs. Wash Asy
Jessie Thames, IS yrs . 11:0 Bladensburg
Raymond Wilson. 2 mo, 162 21st st. nw.
Joseph G. Young. 2 mo .. .- - rren st. ne.
Acnes Gnhm. 6 dv,-pjMb, t f
Our Opening Sale Offering
Two Lots of Rems.
Values to $1.00 Values to 50c
Short lengths of white goods such as diniity, checks,
nainsook, plain nainsook, longcloth, colored goods, ging
hams, outing flannels and-other odds and ends at 25a
Remnants of organdy, voiles, poplins, crepes, nain
sook, longcloth, cambric, batiste, madras, ginghams,
silk warp fabrics, linen finish suitings and other white
and colored wash goods, at 50c.
First Floor LonsbUTgH & Bro.
Lot No. 1
Values to $7.50, pair,
Since we purchased this lot several
months ago they have advanced over 20
.per cent in price. So buy now. Good
'quality Irish point curtains, plain net cur
tains, finished with Renaissance or Henkle
cluny lace edge and insertion; Marie An
toinette, fine cable, filet or Scotch lace cur
tains. Also Wellington and Pierce famous
extra fine voile and marquisette curtains, in
plain drawnwork or elaborate lace effects.
Lot No. 2
Values to $19.75, pair,
Extra fine quality curtains, in white or
ecru color. Elaborate Lacet Arabian cur
tains, 3 yards long; Marie Antoinette cur
tains; fine imported Brussels lace curtains;
Irish point curtains, 3 yards long, finished
with extra .wide lace borders; finest quality
voile curtains, finished with embroidered
lace border set in with lace medallions.
Altogether this lot presents a wonderful
opportunity tor selection.
Buy Your Curtains
Now and Save Money
Two More Opening Lace Curtain Specials
Afr $1 K A gd quality Quaker made curtain
. 1,OT that comes in "pretty lace designs. Your
choice of white, cream or ecru.
At $2.29 Filet net curtains ,m the popular neat
v designs. A square mesh net finished, with
neat self woven lace borders.
Duplex Velour Portieres,
A high grade material is
used in making these por
tieres. Each side is a dif
Kapock Drapery Silk,
$2.49 to $2.98
A fine fiber silk ma
terial 50 inches wide,
for high grade draperies.
In plain or all over designs.
Reversible Sheela Velour
2y4 yards longr finished
with silk braid edge. In
green, tan, rose, blue or red.
Same on both sides. .
. Oriental Velour Couch
Full' size .in, oriental de
signs that are imitations of
real, oriental rugs. Moquette
covers, $iaS5 and $18.75.
Tapestry, Damask and. Ve(pur, ,
$2.98 to $9.75 Yard
Tapestry, Damask and Velour for reupholstering
your furniture. In spite of the general shortage of
these materials we have them. Have your furniture
upholstered the Lansburgh & Bro. way.
Fourth moor Lansburgh&Bro.
$1.49 to $2.98 Yd.
These remnants can be split in half for windows
and doors so that they match. They are of a good
heavy quality fir either domestic or imported makes
Buy tomorrow at these opening sale prices.
Exhibition and Sale of
New Fall Dress Silks
A sale featuring Fashion's most favored weaves arid colorings to be
used for all dress occasions.
Special attention is directed to our wonderful dis
play of the following beautiful silks:
fi fftiiV V f
Safin de Lyon
Third tioot Lansburgh&Bro.
Slip on veils with
elastic In all colors, 10c
Mohair blanket bind
ings in pink, blue or
white: lte inch wide.
ij lb. box dressmak
er's pins in all sizes,
Sanitary napkins of
good size; 3 for 10c
Children's Sock Gar
ters in all colors with
ribbon rosettes, 5c
Snap fasteners in
black or white: all
sizes; 4 dozen lie
An Opening Sale of
Misses' Fall Dresses
Dresses made of fine quality satin or taffeta In
braided effects combined with georgette. Sizes 12 to
17 years. At $220 to $45.00.
Flapper dresses of all wool serge trimmed with,
braid and satin. Sizes 12 to 16 years. At $17.50 to
Jersey dresses, all wool, finished with braided
girdle and pockets. Sizes 14 and 16 years. At $25.00.
Dresses for the smalLmiss in a large variety of
styles. Sizes 8 to 14 years. At $10.95 to $16.59.
Misses' fine all wool skirts in handsome plaid ef
fects. At $12.95 and $16.50.
J. WILLIAM LEE,
UNDERTAKER AND I.TVERT.
, X2t P. Av. N. W.
TThnr. M WAHHrNOTON. D. &
HAMLIN On Tf -j, SeplembT 11,
1919. at her residence, N'o 30 Glrard t
N. E.. In the 68th year of her age. ELLA
F. HAMLIN, beloved mother of Mrs
Jennie C. 1L Parker and Mrs Grace H.
Remains will be taken, at 7 15 thli
evening-, to Alton, N Y , tor services and
NEW CEDAR HILL
FeBBa. Aire ft. V
"KatUssto&'a XteasUfsI Bar", Park"
opewai rncei. Kite. Jio to :B.
"No,. choice Locatloni
Secure the Best. Easy Terms.
For Information Address
JOSEPH J. CAaXOK,
Lincoln 9tl. lit Fifth st. N. E.
MCLVEY On Wednesday, September 10,
1919. .t 94S p. m. WILLIAM J. oldest
son of Sarah J and the late Francis J
Mulvey, aged thirty-sir years
Funeral from his late residence. 1354 C
street northeast, on Saturday, September
13. at 8:30 a m.; thence to the Holy
Comforter Church. Fourteenth and East
Capitol streets, where requiem mass will
be said. Relatives and friends Invited.
Interment at Mount Olivet Cemetery.
An Unusual Opening
Sale of Bedwear
A Sale Worthy of Special Mention
Our Fall Opening Sales of
FLOWKR3 for all occasions. Call Franklla
4508, residence. Franklin list. GEO. H.
COOKE. 1103 Conn, av. mTlt-UOt
Of Trr description Moderate prices.
1311 F ST. N. W.
Double size large block
plaid blankets in desirable
tonings of pink, blue, gray
or tan. Also shown in
white with wide pink or
blue soisette binding. Pair,
72x84 block plaid blan
kets in pink, blue, tan or
gray. Unusual design.
Double size part wool
white blankets closely
woven and finished with
blue or pink borders. Pair,
$7.50. Twin bed size $650
Double size part wool
white blankets edged with
dainty pink or blue soisette
Dindmg. Extremely at-
Double size part wool
blankets in white with blue,
Sink or yellow borders or
lock plaids in blue, pink,
tan or gray. Pair, $10.
70x80 Block plaid blan
kets made for us by North
Star Woolen Mills in pink,
blue, brown, gray, yellow,
scarlet and black or black
and white. Pair, $12.95.
72x80 all wool Hamilton
blankets in white, gray,
scarlet, red and black
plaid or black and white
plaid. No cotton in warp or
filling. Wide mohair
binding. Pair, $1750.
Comforts covered with
silkaline or cambric in light
or dark colorings. At
tractive. Pair. $8.50
Firth Floor Lansburgh & Bro .
New Silk Underwear
Camisoles of wash satin or crepe dc chine, $150 to $3.95.
Bloomers of wash satin finished with hemstitching. At $3.95.
Bloomers of silk jersey cloth, all re
inforced. At $4.95.
Envelope chemises of fine quality crepe
de chine or wash satin trimmed with lace.
At $3.95 to $6.95.
Billie Burke pajamas of crepe de chine
prettily trimmed with laces. At $8.75. m
Silk petticoats for evening wear made of
white or flesh wash satin or crepe de chine.
Tailored or lace trimmed styles. At $5.95
Night robes of crepe de chine or wash
satin with tailored or lace trimmed yokes.
At $5.95 to $12.50.
Boudoir jackets of crepe de chine, satin
or gold cloth. At $5.95 to $10.95.
Boudoir caps of crepe de chine prettily
trimmed with laces. At $1.50 to $3.95.
Fall Opening In Our
New Art Section
v Located On the Fourth Floor
The new patterns we are showing in the popular filet
sweaters are the latest creations of clever designers. These
sweaters are most useful for all seasons. They may be worn
for extra warmth under one's coat in cold weather or as a
finish for an indoor costume.
Glossilla Twist and gloss knitting yarn make the most
lustrous and rich looking sweat
ers, while .Perle cotton makes an
inexpensive one. All of the
materials on sale in our Art
A new assortment of hand
some cluny luncheon sets, cen
ters and scarfs shown for wed
ding gifts or home use. Priced
at $3.98 to $40 each.
0ATLansburgh & Bro.
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Store Hours: Open 9:15 A. M.; Close 6 P. M.
420-430 Seventh SLThroa&h to E
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