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starts with a Cold Kill th? Cold. At th. first %iirs CASCARAt^QUININI **d Standard cold riai<y far 10 year* ?.a tablet form cafe. sure. Ba k spiatee?brea** up ? cold ia 24 hour*?relieves rnp ia 3 dart. ^ MoMr bwk a it fail*. Tne (tmiM box hat a Red >* with Mr. Hill* picture. Af >? // i GRANDMA NEVER LET HER HI GET BRAY She Kept Her Locks Dark and Glossy With Sage Tea and Sulphur. When you darken your hair with ntft Tea and Sulphur, no one can tell. because it's done so naturally so evenly. Preparing this mixture though, at home la mussy and troublesome At little cost you can buy at any drug stcre the ready-to ase preparation. Improved by the addition of other Ingredients called "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com pound." Tou Just dampen a sponge or 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 w? all desirs a youthful and attrac tive appaaranre. get busy at once with wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com pound and look years younjar. ARE CONSTIPATED Ntnrowm or Intense Con centration Upon Work WiD Bowels To Falter. People working indoors without ex erciao and overwrought, nervous or ?toiKing under high tension become 'custipated. They should not take a big. puwtrfui blasting a^ent. What they aee<? a a tiny d<v?e at intervals ??f an hour or so through the day. ta ?his way the system can be put t* work without discomfort or delay jd t'l r;rM and the relief Is mora thor ough. Just take an E Z Tablet when the headache, bilious apell. or attack con.ee op. :an? another an aour or ?'? later. Perhaps a third one on going to bed. Tou get aim oat instant retler. No disco?fnrt_mr bother. The second or third liny k-Z Tablet sets the sys tem to working beautifully. 100 E-Z Tablets In handy wooden bo'tle. 25c T*urse or poeket sis*. We. at People's Drug Store* and all good dr-.?- stores. IF TOO THIN TRY BITRO PHOSPHATE While excessive thinness might be attributed to various and subtle causes in different individuals, it is a < ell-known (act that the lack of phos phorous in the human system is very largely responsible for this condition. It seems to bo well established that this deficiency in phosphorous may now be met by the use of Bitro Phosphate. which can be obtained from People's Drug Stores or any rood druggist in convenient tablet farm. In many instances the assimilation ? ?f this phosphate by the nerve tissue -oou produces a welcome change?! nerve tension disappears, vigor and strength replace weakness and lack ? >f rnergy and the whole body loses ts ugly hollows and abrupt angles. necoming enveloped in a glow of per-, feet health and beauty and the wlIT' and strength to be up and doing. CAUTJOX:?While Bitro Phosphate s unsurpaaaed for th<* relief or ner vousness. general debility, etc., those raktng it who do not desire to put on flesh should use extra care in avoid ? tig fat-producing foods. THE TRHTH ABOUT ECZEMA AND PILES Thousand.* and thouasnds of peo ple. savs Peterson, of Buffalo, are learning every (Sfetk that one 35-cent box of Peterson's Ointment will abol ish eczema and banish piles, and the grateful letters 1 receive every day arv worth more to me than money. "I had eczeina for many years on my %ead and could not get anything to it any gooa 1 saw your ad and ?ot one box and I owe you many i hanks for the good it has done ine. There isn't a blotch on my head now ?nd I couldn't help but thank Peter ,r>n for the cure is great." Miss liary Hill. 1-0 Third avenue. Pitts burgh. Pa. I have had itching piles for fifteen >-ar? and Peterson's is the only oint mem that relieves me, besides tht piles seem to have gone. A. B Ruger, 1127 Washington avenue. Racine. Wis. L"s? P?'f >n's Ointment for old sores, s.. neum and all sklu dls , ase> *'' -ggists recommend it. pcop ? Drug Stores will supply you under guarantee of money back if not satisfactory. Sore Throat Wisdom To re J ire* Sore Throat yoa mast set at to* Mat of the Hi tease, removing the cause. TON5HJNE is prepared and sold tor that one purpose. A dote of TONSl UNE ukm upon the first appearaaoe of Sora Throat mar m^e lot q days of sickness. Use a little Sore Throat wis dom and bay a bottle of TONSOJNE today. Too may need it tomorrow. TONSOJNE is the National -* Sora Throat Remedy ? best gZM known and most effective and most ued. Look for the long i necked fellow on the bottle when /jj yon fi te th" dru y store to act it. fcl uOu liwwpiuaJ Size, #1430. W When Senator David T. Walsh, of Massachusetts, stood in the Senate yesterday and proudly proclaimed him self "an offspring from people of a subject race," he furnished Senator John Sharp Williams of Mississippi with a vehicle for another character istlc attack upon the Irish people and the cause of Irish independence. Senator Williams not only assailed the Irish race but employed such language in crltlsing the Massachu setts Senator that Senator Cummins, who was presiding, was compelled to call him to order. The incident, which stirred the Sen* ate, closed with an eloquent reply by Senator Wal>h in which he announced he waa proud of the fact that he was the son of "an Immigrant mother and father" and defended his Amcti canlsm against all the insinuations Senator Williams had directed against him. W>U Telia Of Threats. Senator Walsh spoke first to de fend his course in voting against C3r tain provisions of th# peace treaiy and his support of the committee res ervations. which are designed to Americanize that document. He re vealed to the Senate for thvfirst time that because he has adopted this course he has been threatened wifn political reprisals, chief among which is the threat from Administration sourcas that he will be deprived of all patronage in his Stai% On th's point the Senator said: "It was not easy for me to dis agree with my associates. I ap proached this question of a Leagu > of Nations with great sympathy. 1 am a believer in a League of Na tions. I expect to vote for a cove nant for a league and I have never taken a contrary position from the beginning of this discussion. I had every reason to look with sympa thetic attitude. I entertain the high est regard for the man who repre sented our republic at the peace con ference. Prepared fer Abaae. "I have supported him In every po litical campaign. I have been In sym pathy with his views and opinions. I have paid tribute to him again and again, and I now declare I think he is the greatest political leader, with the most progressive and forward looking thought and program upon public questions of any leader who has been produced In America, in my lifetime. "I well know, too, what has hap pened: that if I took an attitude con trary to the opinion of the Adminis tration I would receive in due time my punishment, and I know that al ready plans axe being prepared to take from me every particle of po litical patronage in th eCommon wealth of Massachusetts. I am pre pared for that sacrifice. "I am prepared for abuse and villi flcation. Feels He Is Jaatified. "But I know now, more than ever, that I was right when I have not heard oae Senator on this floor Justify the Shantung provisions of this cov enant, when I have not heard one Sen ator on this side of the chamber, if I recall correctly, make a speech in Jus tification of the inequalities in this treaty, which gives six representa tives to the British Empire and one to the United States?I say, when I now know that, I feel that I have been Justified in taking the position which I intend to take." Senator Williams based his attack on Senator Walsh and the Irish race upon the phrase that Senator Walsh was the "offspring of a subject peo ple." He asserted the Senator "should stand here as an American citiz?n. regardless of all questions of love or hatred in Europe." Williams Derides Irish. The Mississippi Senator derided the Irish people for their attitude dwring the war. and accused them of being in sympathy with Germany. After the bitter attack. Senator Walsh arose to reply. He said: "I stand here as the son of an Irish immigrant mother and father. Is that an American? Have we not heard repeatedly from the lips of the Senator assurance of the ancestry he came from, and have we not heard him boast of It? "Dare an American come to th?* Senate and raise his voice in protest against America changing its policy toward subject races? "peaks f?r Jio Kuropraa Raee. "I speak for no European racc. The Irish and English question has no business in this chamber, but the relation of the American 'lovemment to that question has some business ^.here. and when these people have be lieved?mistakenly, if you please? that this covenant of the league of nations meant the United States Join ing their oppressor, in Hod's name what is there in American institutions that prevents them the right of peti tion. the right of protest? "The theory seems to be, if you are of Irish ancestry, accept this cove nant or you are pro Irish and un American." SLAYER CAN'T GET vienrs INSURANCE We3t Virginia Court Rules Public Policy Forbids Such Procedure. CHARLESTON, W. Va, Nov. 11 ? Right of the henefirlary to collect life insurance when the beneficiary murders the Insured was denied by the court of appeals of West Virginia. The decision came a* a result of the action of James E. Johnston, adminis trator for the estate of a man named Wickens in Cabell county, to recover the amount of his insurance. Dick ens was murdered, and his widow, beneficiary under the policy, is now serving a term in the penitentiary for the crime. Decision in favor of the administra te >*aa given in the eircult court, in the tourt of appeals It was found that the widow was the only heir and the lower court's decision was roverefd. Th? appeals court gaVe public policy u ground for its decision. StoreNews qfLansburgh OBrq Editorial ? Recently we purchased ahat was advertised as a 'set of Hurt Books." You ?an no more hurt a book by soiling its cover than you con disfigure a man's rharacter by smearing lamp black over hia face. Neither , can you see the back of a book when you are absorbing what is on the inside of it. And. it Is the inside that counts. It is better to have one srood book with a paper cover on it than half a dozen ordinary ones with the most expensive tooled leather coverings. You who are collecting: a library'for your own en joyment and for the edu cation of your children? look to the contents, the soul of the volume. Don i worry, about the color scheme or the APPEAK ANCE the books will make on the shelves of your bookcase. Up to $5 98 Blouses at $3-98 Second Floor? Lartsbargh & Bro. In an effort to make National Blouse Week a tre mendous success, we have selected georgette blouses from our regular stock worth up to $5.98 to sell at this low price tomorrow. These blouses are made of georgette, crepe de chine, tub silk- or voile, in dress; tailored or semi-tailor ed models. I ? The voile are all-white, while the rest come in solid colors, stripe? or figured effects. Some are soiled from handling. Sizes 36 to 46. Handkerchiefs For Men Handkerchiefs are classed among the most popular gifts?popular with the gift buyer and always welcomed fcy the recipient. We have a complete as sortment in full plain hem stitched styles at the follow ing prices: $4.00 dozen $4.80 dozen , $6.00 dozen $9.00 dozen ? $12.00 dozen ?First Floor. Lansburgh & Bro. Dainty Women Are as Fastidious About Their Corsets as With Their Lingerie There is a peculiar satisfaction in the positive knowledge that you are properly dressed in every re spect. The dainty wQman is as careful regarding her corset as she is about the brassiere and other lingerie, because all their daintiness is destroyed by a corset soiled from long usage. ?Confidence and self-poise are hers because she knows that every detail of her attire is correct. To, her a new corset is as necesssary as a freshly-laundered blouse. Frolaset Corsets in the new fall and winter models offer pleasing new figure lines td women who want to look their best at all times. p Frolaset Front-Lace Corsets at $3.50 to $8.50. Third Floor- LcUlSbUTgh & BrO. Order Personal Christmas Cards Now t If you follow the cus tom of sending Christmas greeting cards engraved 'with your own name, we advise you to choose your cards and have the work done early as possible. We hare a better assort ment now and our workmen can do the engraving so much better when thev aren't rushed as they wiil be later. Leave your order now. Don't delay and be disap pointed. ?First Floor. Lansburgh & Bro. Tomorrow?A Sale of Fall and Winter Petticoats Petticoats made of good quality satine, in black, emer ald, navy or Russian. Deep flounces with tucks and pleat ings. At $1.50. Petticoats made of fine quality satin or Firefly cloth. Mso a variety of colors and combination ruffles in fancy lowered effects. At $1.95. Petticoats of- Heatherbloom taf feta in black, navy or Russian green; with tucked ruffles. At $2.95. Petticoats with Heatherbloom or cotton taffeta tops and silk taffeta ruffles. In changeable colors or black. At $3.50. Extra sizes at $3.95. Third Floor? Lansburgh & Bro. Dainty Lingerie Makes Adorable Gifts A Complete Showing, Specially Priced Short chemises made of fine quality nainsook with yokes trimmed with laces. At $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. Corset Covers, in tight-fit ting models of good quality cambric, embroidery trim med. At 79c, $1.00 and $1.25. $1.95. Third Floor? Lansburgh & Bro. Camisoles of wash satin or crepe de chine, in a va riety of styles. At $1.50, $1.95 and $2.50. Extra size Nightrobes, in Mildred Stout models, with V neck and long sleeves, embroidery trimmed. At Felt Mattress, $24.75 Capitol Brand all layer felt mattress, with a 6-inch box and four rows of stitching. Capitol Brand all-layer felt mattress covered with good quality attractive ticking. At S13.HS Fifth Floor? Lansburgh & Bro. A Vacuum Cleaner for Xmas first comes the electric that is so easy to operate a child can run it. A gift a wife will appreciate. The prices are $29.75, (42.75 and $59.75. Then there are the well, known Bissell Vacuum Cleaners, known the world over for their splendid service. Prices $9. $11, $13 9x12 Fine Rag Rugs ?Fourth Floor. Lansburgh & Bro. We have never seen more at tractive rugs for bedrooms than this display of rag rugs. Colors from which to select are blue, green, brown and rose. We also have size 8.3x10-6 at $11.50. $14 .50 9*12 Jute Brussels Rugs, Special at $13.75 If you need a new dining room rug, we would call your attention to these specially priced Jute Brus sels Rugs in size 9x12. They are worth $25 on to day's market. They may be used for bedrooms. $2.00 Stair Carpets, $1.39 For one day only we are offering these rose, blue, or hit-and-miss pattern stair carpets at this special price. They are worth $2.00. Fourth Floor? Lansburgh & Bro. New Fall Mourning Hats Of Individuality The dignity and rich ness of 125 of these new hats just added to our showing is sure to appeal to all women? from miss to matron. They arc hats with simple lints of beauty and good taste, fash ioned of French crepe, peau do s?.oie, beaver cloth, or uncut velvet. Some of French crepe ajid beaver cloth com blned. Quite a few neatly trimmed with white crepc. All styles and sizes. Many have smart drape veils Priced at $7.50, $10 00 to $18 00 Second Floor? Lansburgh & Bro. S / % Distinctive and Exquisite New Evening Gowns For the Dance, the Reception or for Any Occasion. Realizing that Washington will be more activc socially d?ring the coming winter than it has been for many seasons, we have taken occasion to provide one of the most extemsive assortments of evening gowns in the city. These are: Lace Gown* 4 , Hand-beaded Satin Gowns. Chiffon Velvet Gown*. Combination Georgette And Satin Gown*. Fancy Taffeta Gown*. And they come in all the best evening shades, as well as navy, brown and black. / Prices, $35.00 to $175.00 [ Also Evening Wraps ) A gorgeous assortment of evening and afternoon wraps in cape effects, dolman styles and close-fitting sleeve models. Many trimmed with such beautiful furs as blue fox, beaver, skunk and seal. $75.00 to $300.00 second r\oor?Lansburgh & Bro. Curtains $2-29 Made of Filet Net These filet net curtains come 2*/? yards long and you make your choice from white, cream or ecru. There are many attractive patterns in this se lection. Any one of them would look well in your rooms. Armure Portieres, $8.75 Armure portieres are the same eolor on both sides?red, brown, blue or rose. Beautiful draperies for fall and winter use. 36-/n. Cretonnes, 79c Two table lots of these 36-inch cre tonnes in floral and conventional pat terns. For reupholstering, slip-covers, draperies, etc. ?Fourth Floor. Lansburgh & Bro. Dress Goods Plush Stole Lengths, $3.78 Black plush stole lengths that are 63 inches long and 17 inches "wide. These will make good Christmas pres ents. All-Wool Black Coat ing Kersey, $2.98 58-inch fabric to be sold at today's wholesale price. Only 100 yards for distribu tion. Black Broadcloth, $2.59 50-inch black broaa< loth, all wool with twilled back and closcly sheared face, an J reliable dye. Navy and Black Storm Serge, 98c A good sturdy serge for :hildren's middy suits. Also used for gymnasium wear. In a rich shade of dark navy blue and black Third Floor, Lansburgh & Bro. Store Hours; Cpen 9:14 A. M. Close 6 P. M. me store or g*?AT?r sewer. Sc. Through H St.