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applies the prompt relief you seek
for fciliris skin, the active help you
n&4 V i-4 if PlmnlBB. tO he&l
Eczema, to drive away Rashes, Red
ness and to clear Iniiamea cobpi-
t .fnM fnrfhor mifferlntr try
PahIatb af once. A solendld test is
to apply -to a small affected skin
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write to Emergency Laboratories,
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urge your skui w uwui" . . .
brighter, better by the daily use of
Poslam Sosd. medicated with Pos-
Births, jBaroiaps,
Notices May Be Phoncc Until 1 p.
m. Main 5260, Branch 9.
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Xiook In the pilrror and note the condl
tJoiTof your iWs. Is It POtty. cov
ered with pimples. or, sallow I " V0
elre a rreh, heltnv skin, a clear
complexion and a bright eye. yon must
keep your Wood In pood condition.
Take Bliss Native Herb TableU. and
ron will experience a eeneral Improve
ment in your health. They remove
the cause of pimples, bad breatn.
heartburn, indigestion and constipa
tion. They act gently but effectively
on the liver, kidneys and b!L":
cleanse the system, pnriry the blood,
and restore healthy, vlforou. jetton.
Fut np in iwo sib, c un ,.....
the tenwne, ana ioo. or u"
trade marie and money back
pu&rnee on every do.
Sam ,v lKs.dinr dranrlsts and local
arents everywhere. Made by Alonso
O. Bust, Co., Washington, D. G.
Sanitary, Antiseptic, Highly
Medicated Keeps Skin in
Perfect Shape.
It's altogether too much trouble for
the man who shaves to lather up
rub and rub to soften up the beard
and to daub a lot of cream, or liquids,
or powders on the face yet there's
Jots of-little nicks pimples, irritated
pots that need care, get tender, sore
sad reddish looking.
Dr. Bunting solved It all. He first
perfected a non-greasy skin cream
that wa&tfeighjy Baedicated cures up
skin troubles- ink jfy antiseptic,
etc-fiftaPhe labored oaJTCad gothe
perfect: shaving sreantj?' The answer
is you cafi. wiy a. tube or antiseptic,
cooling, soothing, healing Noxiema
Shaving Cream that is non-drying,
non-smarting and doesn't have to be
rubbed in. It melts the toughest
bevd in just a couple seconds. Eco
nomical, too. A 35c tube lasts months.
And. ah! Man. When the old razor
glides over the face you'll be tickled
at the soft, velvety condition your
skin is left in no smarting, irrita
tion, infection heals and soothes
like magic keeps face in pink of con
dition, no matter how often you shave.
Note: We prepay large tube any
where receipt 35c plus 2c war tax.
Every tube bears name of famous
Ttoxzema Chemical Co. and their un
qualified guarantee.
Funeral services for John Sweet
man, a representative of the Metropo
litan Insurance Company in this city
for thirty years, and a widely known
figure in local business circles, were
held this afternoon at his home, 729
Twenty-second street northwest.
The services were conducted by the
Rev. Robert Talbot, rector of St.
Paul's Episcopal Church. Interment
is to be private in Congressional
Cemetery at about 4 o'clock.
Mr. Sweetman, who was fifty-four
years old, died at his home Wednes
day following an attack of Bright's
He was born in New York city at
the close of the civil war qnd received
his early training and education
there. He entered the insurance
business in that city and for the
past thirty years had been serving in
this city
Mr. Sweetman is survived by his
widow, Mrs. Bernice Roland Sweet
man, and by, one son, Le Roy Sweetman.
Funeral services for Joseph R.
LrOtt, principal examiner for the Un
ited States Pension Office, who died
suddenly Monday morning on a Le
high "Valley train near Montrose, Pa.,
where he had been visiting, were
held at Tunkhannock, Pa., it was
learned here today. The services
took place in the home of relatives
living at Tunkhannock, which was at
one time Mr. Lott's home.
Mr. Lott was born at Tunkhannock
in 1855 and had spent the years of
his boyhood there. He was appointed
to the Pension bureau in 1S82 and
had since been living in this city,
making his home at 3646 Eleventh
street northwest. He was taking his
annual leave at the time of his death.
He was a. charter member of the
Masonic lodge in Tunkhannock anil
was a member of the Lafayette Coun
cil, Royal Arch Masons, and of Col
umbia Commandery, No. 2, Knights
Mr. Lott is survived by a sister and
a niece, living in Tunkhannock.
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary
Ann Linkins, ninety-two years old,
widow of William Linkins, and a
resident of this city all her life, will
be held at 11 o'clock tomorrow morn
ing at her home, 1923 G street north
west. The services will be conduct
ed, by the Rev. John T. Huddle and
interment will be in Congressional
Cemetery. Mrs. Linkins died yester
day. She was .born in this city, her fam
IlyAtheLWodwords, being one of the
oldest Washington families.
If your stomach is add and burns
with indigestion, or sets sour, gassy
and upset after eating, give it a
Magnesia bath to instantly neutral
ize the excess acid and in five min
utes you will feel fine. Just a tea
spooaful of
or a couple of BI
surated Magnesia
tablets in a glass
of hot water is all
yea need. For
burning, sourness.
CM, bloating, nau
tn. dizziness anc
most forms of in
digestion, this
makes & splendid
and quick-acting
remedy. At all
druggists. One
glass often sve
an hour of after
eating misery.
IbsS JbVSv flflsssf
SBf IB, I sff
Robert E. and Alice C. Rabson.
John and Mary Murphy.
Frank A. and Nellie H. Lent.
Walter F. aim Ida Crouch.
Bufus J. and Susie Moore.
Frank B. and Llllle G. Waple.
Earl M. and Winifred Pickens.
Victor and Anna C Lees.
Earnest N. and Alice Jones.
Milton J. and Mary Clement.
Charles and Florence Wjllts.
Richard H. T. and Lucy L. Johnson.
Frank E. and Jennie Henabray.
Union Savings Bank
a H. Cooper, PresMeat.
710 Fowti-emth &trct.
Ralph Joseph Capoyna, 23, and Josephine
Mary Guarnlerl, 18, both of Troy. N. T.
The Rev. J. H. Jeffries.
John J. Tompkins. 19, and Ethel G. Cary.
24, both of Newburgh. N. T. The Rev.
J. M. McNamara.
E. Earle Everham. 35, and Anna Hatton
Lawrence, 34. both of this city. The
Rev. H. I. Stewart.
Ralph Charles Trusch, 21, of Johnstown,
re... ana uneiraa is. Arnold, is, or tnls
city. The Rev. J. S. Briers.
William Roy Hefner, 22, and Nina Zella
Honoker, 19. both of Caldwell. W. Va.
The Rev. J. H. Jeffries.
Frank W. Hlncs. 26. &nd Nlta L. Majors.
It. both of this city. The Rev. H. I.
Adam Eugene Maier, 22, and Mary Kath
leen Herbert. 21. both of this city. The
Rev. J. A. Cowan.
Julius L. Lohoefer, 24. and Elizabeth J.
Jones. 23, of Warsaw, Va. The Rev. S
T Nicholas.
J Allac Intyre. 27. of Wheeling. W. Va.,
and Laura Schrader, 26, of St. Martin's
Ferry. Ohio. The Rev. T. E. Davis.
James Adolph Wilker. 33, and Margaret
Vlsser Vanderslice, 21. both of this city.
The Rev. 1L I. Stewart.
John J. Hanlon. 42. of Port Richmond.'
N T.. and Helen A. Moeller. 2(. of this
city The Rev. L. L. Bowers. I
Myer S Cahn. 35. and Birdie Aarons, 25, of
New York city. The Rev. B. L. Gross
Charles L. Marsh. 40. of Camp Humphreys.
Va., and Mary Blance Martin. 35. of
White Cloud. Mich. The Rev. James
S. Montgomery.
Rafael A. Colorado. 24. of New York city,
and Mazlne B. Elliott, 22, of this city.
The Rev. E. Witney.
is interested
in the snbiect
of personal
hygiene, and
should read
our circular
tinnn t nh-
ect, SENT FREE, for never
has more thought been given
to its reqairements than there
ts aow.
Ata consequence there has
been created an unnsaal de
maad for Tyree's Antiseptic
rowder, the use of which as
an antiseptic has proved its
effectiveness in affording pro
tection and relief to the con
gested membranes. Tyree's
Antiseptic Powder has bought
its entrance to prominence
through porely intrinsic mer
its, and it is the biggest sell
ing product for this purpose
m the world.
J. S. Tyree, Chemist, Inc.,
TTtuingion, u. fc.
w iex ccre-ieas expeaaltare snake
a Biere of year parse. Bay wlsery,
mmS. laercMe rear aiaser fcelilaxs by
tMmtlMg laW. 8.8,
Daniel Neilson, 73 yrs., U. S. Soldiers'
Home Hos.
Helen Blumenkranr, 62 yrs., 345 Va. ave.
George McQulnn. 78 yrs.. H and 3rd sts.
Anna A Kerr. 56 yrs., 827 4th st. nw.
Ella F. Hamlin. 67 yrs.. 30 Glrard st. ne.
Edith R. Murray. 31 yrs.. 624 Morton st
Infant of John and Mary Murphy, 1 day,
1235 K st. se.
Infant of Frank and Nellie Lent, 2 hours,
Georgetown University Hos.
Infant of James B. and Mabelle E. Toung,
E minutes. 1363 Pa ave. se.
James C. Tlbbs. 34 yrs.. 1213 Linden st. ne.
Philips Smltn, oo yrs. istn and C ats. se.
Tfaxter Elliot. 30 yrs. 19th and C sts r
Alexander Moxley. 58 yrs. 14th and Up
shur sts. nw.
MULVEY On Wednesday, September 10.
1919. at 3:45 p. m. WILLIAM J., oldest
son of Sarah J. and the late Francis J.
Mulvey. aged thirty-six years.
Funeral from his late residence. 1354 C
street norlfceast. on Saturday. September
11 a.t 8:io a. m. . thence to the Holv
Comforter Church. Fourteenth and East
Capitol streets, where requiem mass will
be said. Relatives and friends Invited.
Interment at Mount Olivet Cemetery.
FLOWERS for all occasions. Can FrankQa
4506, residence, Franklin 1166. GEO. H.
COOKE. 1102 Conn, ave. mylt-lStt
Of vary description Moderate prleea.
1S14 F 8T, w. w
S2S Pa. Ave. N. W.
ftJapfcMM V. 2SSS. WASbTMOTON. xx a
Last Day Laesbmrgh & Biros Fall Opeeta
How would you like
to wake up in the
middle of the night
with a terrible pain in
your "tummy" that
could not be helped
with home remedies;
then find when the
doctor was called that
doctors were "ON A
STRIKE" and you
could receive no atten
tion until it was
Or, what if one of
the children went into
convulsions, and when
you rushed out for the
family physician found
and deaf to your plead
ings for service?
Not necessarily im
aginary conditions. Not
probable, but possible.
Let's all of us do a
little more serious
thinking on the subject
of throwing: down our
tools every time some
thing happens that does
not Quite please us.
"What do you. think?
Clothing the
During This Sale
Broadcloth Coats of
fine quality material in
copen or rose. Sizes 1 to
3 years. At $10.95.
Coats of fine all-wool,
mixtures in box skirt
models. Sizes 1 to 6
years. At $14.75 and
Hats of fine velvets or
cordurtfy. Others of silk
combined with leather
trimming. Sizes up to 6
years. At $5.95 to $9.75.
Baby Boys' Hats, of
corduroy or velvet. At
$1.50 to $2.95.
Infants' Silk Caps, in a
large variety of styles. At
$1.00 to $3.95.
Third Flooi' .
Women's Lace Boot Hose
at 25
A stocking of exceptional merit
especially a.t the price quoted, two
effective lace stripe patterns. Fiber
silk boot with 'cotton tops; rein
forced feet; garter hem; seamed
back legs. Only about 25 dozen.
Misses' ribbed hose in black,
white, or African brown. Durable
fine ribbed quality, full length. At
Our stocks of well known good
wearing silk hosiery for women
are unusually complete despite prev
alent scarcity. At $1.75 to $9.00.
First ?ioor Lansburgh&Bro.
It T ijV
An Authoritative Showing of the Newest
Coats, Suits and Dresses
An assemblage picked from the styles that are dwelling in high favor in the
foremost centers of fashion at this timet V- 5
Many unique style ideas are featured that. have not even beenRinted at in, the
early stories of the 1919 modes. -:..
The majority of the suit coats are three
quarter length. Quite a few are semi-
fitted and have collars of self material cut
high with pointed revers. Of course there
are also many fur trimmed models.
Prices are $39.50 to $300
The coats adhere strictly to the straight line but
have a fullness which is concealed by inverted pleats
and other clever features. Many have beltsclear
around or in front Fur trimhiings are prominent
Prices range from
$25.00 to $200.00
In dresses the vogue of the straight line '
silhouette holds its own. -Few waist lines
are conspicuous. A number of very pretty
Russian blouse effects are attracting much
Prices are $16.95 to $98.50
A full and complete line of sizes from those
for misses to Stylish Stouts are here for your ap
proval, second Tiofir Lansburgh&Bro.
, ' A. -
50c Pebeco Tooth Paste,
50c D. & E. Cold Cream,
1 lb. Box Borax, lc
Life Buoy Soap, 2 for 13c
Smirnoff Bath Tablets,
William's Talc, 15c
First Jloor- r
American Lady Corsets
Youthful Stout Fashion.
Dress Your Girls for School
With Merchandise From Our Opening Sale
Middy blouses of Lons
dale jean, in all white or
with Palmer linen collar
and emblem, star and tie.
Sizes 12 to 22 years. At
Middy blouses pf Lons
dale jean, with flannel col
lar. Sizes 8 to 22 years.
At $2.95.
Gingham dresses, in a
large variety of styles in
handsome plaids, checks
and stripes. Sizes 7 to 14
years. At $1.95 to $4.95.
Children's coats of all
wool velour in brown or
green. Sizes 8 to 14 years.
At $16.50.
Junior misses' coats of
polo cloth, silvertone or
Kersey. Some with fur
collars. Sizes 15 and 17
years. At $25.00 to $37.50.
Children's coats of zibe
line or cheviot, in belted
and loose back models.
Sizes 7, 8 and 9 years. At
$10.95 to $16.50.
Children's coats of all
wool broadcloth, with plush
or fur collars. In navy,
brown or green. Sizes 7,
8 and 9 years. At $21.50
and $22.50.
Children's coats of seal
plush of fine quality. Belt
ed and trimmed with self
buttons. Sizes 10 to 14
years. At $22.50.
Children's coats of all
wool cheviots, with belted
full skirts and girdles.
Sizes 10 to 16 years. At
$19.50 to $29.50.
Third Tioor Lansburgh&Bro.
Three Opening
Specials In
Every little girl likes
to have pretty hair rib
bons to wear to .school.
Remnants of plain taffeta,
fancy, moire and satin rib
bons in a large assortment
of styles. Remnants of
pieces valued up to $1.00 at
29c yard.
Tutone Ribbon in light and
dark combinations in three
different widths. At 29c to
89c yard.
The new fall plaid ribbons
for sashes and girdles in
light and dark colorings. At
$1.50 and $2.00 yard.
JSorJ Lansburgh&Bro.
Corsetry for foil developed figures has, attained new
p heightsof fashion; and comfort, . iH m -?. yi
- " Jk nopnerr necessary o year cojraejs ytk. pimr
bersome straps and buckles that add wefgnVarid size.
Scientific designing, expert construction and the
use of special fabrics make these American Lady Youth
ful Stout-Fashion Corsets the most fashionable and the
most comfortable corsets ever made for women of
heavy figure.
Your figure is gently molded and supported not
compressed. It is given fashionable, graceful lines,
while you also enjoy a decidedly new. experience in
corset comfort
Priced at $1.50 to $5.00.
Thira noor Lonsburgh & Bro:
Boys' School Suits at $10.98
Two Pairs of Lined Trousers
Made of fall weight mixtures in well tailored model. Serviceable
to withstand the hard wear vour bov usually gives his clothes. Two--
popular styles to choose from the box -pleated or the waist seam-
model, with flap, slash or patch pockets. Sizes 8 to 1 8 years.
A Fall Opening Display In Our
Enlarged Trimming Section
Compton Corduroy Suits
Your boy will be well dressed and sensibly dressed if CJr rjr
you "DRESS YOUR BOY IN CORDUROY" in the new tPg,lu
Crompton "All-Weather" Corduroy the double duty
Corduroy that makes suits handsome and durable, soft and flexible
suits fit for "Saturday Play" and "Sunday Best;" double duty suits
that will stand more wear than any suit he ever wore before. Sizes
6 to 4 7 years.
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Fifth Floor
Lansburgh & Bro.
All Fashion signs point to ,a season wherein much
lace and trimming will be used. Visit our new depart
ment and see the displays.
75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.50, $5.00
Pretty soft shadow laces in widths for making the new
Bertha collars. A large range of prices from which to select.
$2.75 to $9.75
Wide Chantilly and shadow laces
for making entire evening and dance
frocks. In black, white or ecru.
40c to $15.00
Fringe, in all widths from the tiny
to the 30 inch width. At 40c, 75c,
$1.00, $1.25, $2.00 to $15.00.
$1.00 to $2.50
Plenty of vestings made of net, lace,
organdy, silk or brocade. $1.00 to
$2.50 a vest length.
A large showing of sequin trim
ming in all the now styles and col
orings. Also plenty of silver laces,
bands and flouncings.
First Floor
VuZL. -JiWaA uMllUB .Fl
Opening Sale
Richardson's "Model
Village" double damask
pattern cloths in the
round designs. Pat
terns such as lily,
poppy, rose and ribbon,
rose and fern, ane
mone, etc.
Size 2x2,
Size 2x2 's,
Size 2x3, special,
24-inch napkins
match, $15.00.
$2.00 all-linen hem
stitched huck towels of
extra fine quality.
Special $1.50.
First Floor
2x4, special,
Fall Opening
Display New
15 -inch filled pearl
necklaces with solid gold
clasps. Unusual luster. All
sizes, $2.75.
24-inch filled pearl
necklace with solid gold
clasp. An unusual qual
ity at, $3.00.
27-inch filled pearl
necklace with fine quality
beads of unusual luster in
graduated style. At $4.00.
First Floor
For the First Saturday Sale of the
Season This Special In Candy
Milk Chocolate ...... pr O
Cordial Cherries, lb. box JOC
These are strictly fresh and " nicely packed.
Peppermint Candy
Teddy Clubs, 5c.
Assorted Chocol a t e s,
lb., 69c.
After Dinner Mints, lb.,
Spiced Gumdrops in 'as
sorted flavors, lb., 39c
Fresh Salted Peanuts,
lb., 60c.
Nunnally's As s o r te d
Nut Chocolates, lb. $1:25.
First noor Lansburgh & Bro.
Store Hours: Open 9:15 A. M Close 6 P. M
20-430 Seventh St., Through to 8th St.
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