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?hcbedaadBorMd ?WM?/. Hair Cu* Oat bothered sHth a bad scalf? HI l?sai s broke out on 007 acsvip, and they ~ch*d and "*m*ned ewfoily ao that I ccold not rest at times. My I K-aip ?ras very ?ore *?*"- **'' aad I sroold us-tch ? iruptioti? till they M?? My hs-Jr came oat. "I then used ("?ticnra Soap and | t, aad I acJy o*?sd a v-sry _ore I eoeld ss? a <-h**a*--*. bow I am healed." (Sic*a*?d) p?ydJcton. Dofhota, Vs. at ft-rtha troubie by asine; 1 far all wisst p-oi-poaes. 'to _2? aa?** i.V. ? _tromt_out the -rorkl Foc H. Sp-MMl Sale Tiffany Diamond Ring Blue White Beautiful Christmas Gift $40.00 Value $24.50 Quality Jewelry Co. 43? 9th St N. W. TEATOOABKEMHAIR She mixed Sulphur with it to Restore Color, Gloss, Youthfulness. Common carden sagre br?wed into la brsvy tea with sulphur added, will j turn gray, streaked and faded hair beautifully dark and luxuriant. Just a f? w applications will prove s rev-1 -.?auittif your hsir i-t fading;, streak ! ed or gray. Mixing the Safe T?-a and! ??ulphur recipe at home, though, lai t-oublesom?*. An easier wir is to fet a botti? of Wyeth's S4??e and uiphur Compound st any drug; store all ready for u?<* This la the ?Id time recipe improve.! by the addi tion ?>: *ta*<tf m?reditnt?. Wh.le wispy, gray, faded hair Is not ?infu!, we ail desire to retain our youthful appearance and attrac t.vene?!?. By darUening^ your hair with Wy?.th's Sa??? and Suiphur Com pound, no one can tell because ?t do4**- Ct st? naturally, so ev->nly. Vou ?ust dampen a spring, or soft brush ?rlth it and draw this through your hair, ink *n one small strand at a time: by moraine all gray hwrs have disappeared, and. after another ap ?1 lest ion or two. your hair becomes beaetlfully dark, glossy soft and lux uriant TIMELY WARNING Cold and Grip Germs rind their earliest victims among those who are w._\: and run down and whose resisting power is lowest. The pure food elements in rather John's Medicine build energy to resist cold and Grip germs. The gentle laxative effect of Father John's Medicine helps to drive out impurities. You are safe when vou take Father John's Mediche because it is guaranteed ktt from alcohol or dangerous drugs in any form. Births, ffiarclages, Deaths Notices May Be Phone* Unta 1 ? ex ?Mei? it SO, Branch ?. ADM. EVANS' WIDOW FUNERAL TOMORROW Mr?. Charlotte T. Evan?, eighty two year? old, widow of Admiral "Fighting Bob'' Evans, died yesterday morning of a complicati')*? of mal adies at her home. 324 Indiana ave nue northwest. She had been ill for two weeks. Mrs. Evans was born in Washington in 1837 and had lived here all her life. In ISTI she married Admiral Evans and was prominent in Washington society for many years. Funeral services will be held from her late residence tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. Interment will be in the National Cemetery at Arlington. CHARLES M. TOWSON. Charlea M. Towson, sixty-two ? years old, -member of a prominent , Maryland family, and for many years ' a Washington merchant, died of ar- I terlo sclerosis at the George Wash- ? ington University Hospital Sunday morning. He had been ill two weeks. Mr. Towson was born in Towson Town, Md.. a village founded by his grandfather in 1857. He lived in Bal?' timore six years and moved to Wash ington in 1873. soon afterward found ing a dry goods store on Pennsyl vania avenue, where he waa engaged tn business for many years. Funeral services will be held from Hindle s Chapel. Fifth and H streets northwest tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. Interment will be at Oak Hill Cemetery. BIRTHS SON 3. Walter ? and Olive E. Avery. Frank E and Ruth E. Bltnkhorn. Carl C and Mary E Cans?n. Henry W and Helen E. Drlacoll Adlord and Emine B. Oodbotjt. Henry D and Maud H. Hughe?. Joseph and Helen H. Jacobs Henry J and Helen V Kalme? Francii J. and France? L. Raftery. Cheater ? and Catharine Rhlnhart. Nathan H. and Eva M Rabbins Ferdinand J and Catherine B. Slag:?. Theodore and Rath E. Sullivan. Horac? W and Mary C. Talley. William and Harriet 8. Fenwtcfc John !.. S and Roaa J Hoi Iman James and Mamie Bell Johnson. Edward and Louise Keyser. Henson and Mattle H. Reeder. Bannir and Esalo Sorrel DAUGHTERS. riaude L. and Eater M. Burrows Alfred and .?anil E. Cordes. Mortimer H and Roste M. Conklin. Minor and Ella Virginia Dodaon. Charles and Zoi C. Mandes Abraham and Sarah F Newman. Issile Le Roy and Eulalia M. Perry. Leroy and Anna M. Robey. Joseph A. and Mary T. Specht. Harry M and Aima H. Tucker. J-m-jr. K. and M?cele I. Ford. Clarence E. and Evangelia O. Hughe?. JrrTer-on and Ada R. Howard. Jame? E. and Haster D. Kent. John J and Ruby Plummer Samu?l and Fearl Brown. K?ter and Mary E Bryant OEATHS Charle? M. Towson. ?J yrs.. 153? H ?t. nw George A_ Dowden. (1 yra, Georgetown Uni v. Hoe. Katherine 3 Offutt. 17 yrs., Georgetown Unlv Ho? Charle? Dowling. 31 yra. 10J.1 31?t st. nw Hannah McCracken, 36 yrs., en route to Emergency Hoa Maurice Keane, tt yra. (22 Madison St. nw Louise T. Wulff, 4? yra. Portland Hotel. Jane R. Kldd. 4? yrs , 1(3? Half st. se. Ellen J. Ware. II yra.. Oarfleld Ho?. Isabella Bartholow. II yrs. 123? Harvard ?t. nw. Jamea M. Flint, tl yr?.. Stonelelgh Coi-rt. Addle Sevigner, (1 yra. Caaualty Hoa, Mabel L. Springman 2? yr?.. 647 1 at- ?t Edward Welnkelman. 14 yr?.. Providence Hoa Hilda M Reeves, ? yr? , "112 H ?t nw. Francis J Sepore, 11 mth? . 3630 O ?t. nw. t Ralph A. Fug. 1? dye., 333 K st. ne. ! Infant of Walter B. and Olive Avery. 4 hra. 11 to N Capitol st ? Infant of Philip and Dora Aronaon, -0 min ute?. Sibley Hos | Edward West. 31 yr?.. Frfdmani Hos. ; Martha Carter. 53 yr?.. 452 Grace et. ?w. Orac?? William?. 43 yr? , 133% V ?t. nw Oeorge King. 1 yr.. Children? Hoa MARRIAGE LICENSES. Raymond J??neph Allnut. 23. and Mary l.?ielle Riggs. 1?. both of thi? city. The Rev. J H Eckenfode Thorna? W ?_'h?wning, 24. and Glady? R. Walker. 20. both of thi? city. The Rev. ? B Hagby Bornai ' ?i Hayden. 27. and Anna M. Cain. 22. both of this city The Rev. J. H. Caaaidy Charl?? ?> Baylor 36. and Lillian K. Mc Cortnick. 24. both of thi? city The Rev. J ? Clark Bene Belmont. 24, and Sarah Sickle, 26. both of thi? city The Rev. L. L Gros? man. , ?Vin. H. Hlckman, 37. of New York city, and Almira Morgan. 25. of Atlanta. Ga. Th? Rev ? E Lav? 1 Arthur I^ewi? Poindexter, 25, and Ruih Geneva Stevens. 2". both of Lynchburg, Va The Rev C E Kult?, toy E Hughe?. 1?, of Kansas City, Mo.. and Rose Elizabeth MacDonald, 25. ui this city. The Rev. ? A, Hannan. Samuel B. Mi.ford, ai of Poolaavtlle, Md . and Elisabeth Byrd. 47. of Sellmana. Md Th?? Rev. C H. Water?. Allen E Lawson. 27. and Sarah E Dudley. 25. both of Charlotteaville. Va The Rev. J ? Jeffrtea Henry Thomas Anthony. 21, and Chrl?tlan Mary Aug?t. 1?. both of Richmond, Vt. Th? Rev J F. Bryan, lohn Jon? Brow_. it. of 8partanburg, 8. C. and Frances Hlllard Prather. 24, of Mt. Airy. N. C. The Rev. G. C. Chappell ohn H. Nlefer. I?, of Endlcott. ? Y an.l Edith M Allen. 4?. of thia dty! I The Rev J H. Nelma. "homaa ? Oodfrey, 2|. and Priscilla M Barkley. 2?. both of this city. The Rev ? B Bagby. leorge Martin Trevlltian, 41. of Richmond. Va., and Sarah M Woodson. 3*. of thia city The Rev H F Randolph -???ma? B. Reld. 21, ?nd Elisabeth V Holme?, 1?, both of thla city The Rev S H Green DEATHS. ?VANS?M-???. ~ChT?!_?tTK TAX?m? EVANS widow of th. .?(e Rear ?M-V, , B35 , ? Evans. fS^ ,msT st?\mat I The funeral service, win be held at _V__ ""-1-1"".'' -??* ? ?-?ana avenue Wednesday morning at p o? nVIock In' term??.- i???? ?re p?. ? UMOERTAKT?S? J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER AND , i\?rv 322 Pa ??- M w Tei-pl-inne 51 1125 WASHIspTny I) <? FLORAL DESSUS I FUNERAL DESIGNS Of every de?-rlption--Mode???. ???G?, GUDE. pncea. _ 1214 F ST H W. nX)**TKIU< fer ail ?ee_?n?. ^,J!_F?__i_l'i_ ?50$ re.id.nce. Franklin III" _SS W ?'"LE ::n? .-ono, _te. Hyll /-.?, FUMERAI PllRECn?B -?CEMETERI NIW CIOAR HILL Pe-u-a. Are. S, U. ?-Waaahlac-Mi?? -mmU?? Bar' .?._._ ? ???clal Prle-a Bltea 11* taj???" Buy Now (.bolee ?.?<?%?_* --cur? the RM Eaay Tw*|fc for I aforaraatloa Add?_? joueru _, casvosx I la?li ?M. te? ruta at. ruta at, -t?. ?**4? Whatever You Decide to Buy at the Last Minute We Are Ready to Serve You With Big Assortments. L.&B. EDITORIAL There was a KatherinK of advertising managers in an Eastern city recent ly. During the evening they fell to talking of the various books, etc., they kept on their desks for inspiration and re laxation. Finally one of the men. who had been the chief listener, was asked what helped him most. and here is his answer. "It makes no difference how tired or sluggish I feel, if the boss assigns me something special to do. my blood begins to tingle and I'm as fresh as though I'd had a two months' vacation." Most of our tired feel ings are just plein lack of something definite to do. We loose sight of our goal, and drift along from day to day doing the things that come to hand. There is nothing in the world so stimulating as an overpowering desire for a definite accomplish ment. A Special Lot of Plush Coats $39.50 Wonderful for Thanksgiving Also Good for Xmas Gifts No garment so ideal for Washington winters as a Plush Coat, and this special lot en ables you to get one at prac tically the same cost as a cloth coat. These Plush Coats are made with wide sweep large collars and very attractive cuffs. Some are full , silk lined. If you would purchase one of these as an Xmas gift for daugh ter, mother, sister or wife, we'll put it aside upon the payment of a small deposit. Sizes 16 to 42. Special at $39.50 Second Floor?Lansburgh & Bro. Beautiful Lace Curtains $2.85 to $6.75 Finest quality of Irish point, Henkle Cluney, Marie An toinette and braided curtains in Scotch, cable and filet net. Also Wellington Pierce embroidered voile and marcruisette curtains. 39c Cretonnes, 29c Oood quality cretonnes In such a diversity of patterns that It would be Impossible to describe them all. Brisby Curtains, 49c Oood quality Brisby sash curtains with loons readv to hang on rod. Oood panel de eigns. Curtain Net, 39c 36, 45 and 48 inches wide, and they come in figured design.?) on square mesh nets or in plain filet nets. Scrim, 19c Yard Floral bordered curtain scrim of good quality. Suit able for bedroom or bathroom i curtains. Boudoir Lamps, $2.98 ? A good assortment of boudoir lamps in silver, brass or metal with colored glass shades. Fourth Floor?Lansburgh & Bro. Black Velvets Specially Priced Black chiffon dress velvet, 40 inches wide. Excellent quality and weight At $7.69. Black chiffon costarne vel veteen, 36 inches wide. Super ior 4-raality. At $3.49. Black chiffon costume vel veteen, 36 inches wide. Extra fine ?quality. At $3.98. Third Floor Lansburgh & Bro. We've Your Thanks giving Evening Gown Ready For You These ?ire dance frocks for the informal home dance or the more elaborate home affair. Chiffon velvets, satins and lus trous taffetas used in making these gowns. Nets over satins are also used in creating these dresses. Colors: Periwinkle, rose, French blue, burnt orange, henna and black. Sizes 16 to 44. Prices $35.00 to $175.00 Second Floor. L?HSbUrgH & BrO. Petticoats Sensible Gifts Petticoats of all-silk jersey, in a large va riety of styles, with pleated ruffles trimmed with fringe or com bination trimming. At $5.95. Petticoats of fine taf feta silk in changeable colors. Deep flounces with pleatings and tucks. At $7.95. Petticoats of all-silk jersey with fringe or comb ?nation colored trimming. At $7.95 and $9.95. Petticoats of change able colored or black taffeta. Others with silk jersey tops and taffeta ruffles. At $6.95. Petticoats with cot ton taffeta tops and taffeta silk ruffles. In black or changeable colors. Special at $3.50; extra sizes, $3.95. Third Floor? Lansburgh & Bro. Lingerie A Useful Holiday Gift Philippine night robes of ine nainsook hand sewn and hand embroidered. At $2.95, 13.95 and $4.95. Philippine envelope chemise of fine nainsook, hand sewn and with hand embroidered yokes. At $2.95 and $3.95. Philippine petticoats of nainsook, with deep ruffles, finished with hand embroider ed scalloped edges. At $2.95, $3.95 and $4.95. ? Corset covers of fine nain sook, with yokes trimmed back and front with dainty lace insertions. At $1.25 and $1.50. Third Floor Lansburgh & Bro. Demonstration of La Grecque Corsets By Miss MacLemore The new models of La Grecque Corsets represent the smartest, most exquisite style and best val ues we have ever shown. La Grecque corsets appeal to the fastidious woman?'.he woman who wants exact lit as well as comfort, grace of line, artistic designs and Ion? wear. Any time you find it convenient, Miss MacLemore will be izlad to show you the good features of the La Grecrue Corset and help you select a model suited to your figure. Priced $3.50 to $12.00 Third Floor?Lansburgh & Bro. LAGR?coiTje Fascinating New Millinery For The Holidays For the holiday demand we have just secured 325 smart new hats of the most wanted styles and materials Included are satin hats, all-fur hats and fur hats combined with velvet, satin or brocaded satins. Also gold and silver dansant hats. We wish to mention especially the new Black and Brown Small Velvet Hat? 1 -that we are showing. There is a new demand for this 'e. Small roll brimmed sailors, hats that roll off the face, art turbans, tricorne and mushrooms are only a few of the ?any styles included. A selection to please every type woman and miss. Priced $5.00, $10.00, $15.00 and Up Second Floor?Lansburgh & Bro. Women's Shoes A list from which to chose your Thanksgiving shoes : New French mo*del strap pump?. Tan, bro-m and black lace walkine; boots. Fine brown and black kid skin button drew boot?. Patent leather, saede and kid top dress boots. Black satin Oxfords and pumps. Black and brown soede Oxfords. Got?!, silver cloth aad satin faacy footwear. Standard overjraiters sad Tw**-edie boot top?. Slipper ornaments, of metal and rt?Mstones, All footwear at lowest pos sible prices, <juality consid ?red. S?*<*ond Floor. Lansburgh & Bro. Hosiery for Thanksgiving Lace Silk Hose Usually $4 50 and $4 75 A one-day offering. Choice of thread silk and glove silk qualities in sev eral smart and dainty patterns. Black, white or cordovan. $3.95 Silk Sport Hose A -Aid?? ribbed quality in all black or black and purple. ?omethinK new. At 82..".4V Wayne Knit Hosiery Cotton, lisle and silk lisle are re presente?! in a Rrend assort ment of qualities and valut** 38*?? lo SI.23. Silk Hosiery Our assortmenti? include black, white and colors, in most ex i-eptional qualities. At Sl-?.*i t? Novelty Silk Hose Sheor quality in black only. Patterned with ?elf vsrtitjal heavy silk stripe. At S3.5?. First Floor?Lansburgh & Bro. Shoe News For Girls Nut brown <*alfskia button and lace boots. Genuine white bock skin button boot*. Mahotrany calfekia lace boots. Patent leather, gray, white and black top boots. Grained taa and black leather boots. Collee-e shapes in taa or black. Patent leather pomps. Hi?rh-4--et overtraiters aad letrrrin*. For Boys Genuine Scout shoea. Hifj-h-cut, brickle-toa storm boots. Broad, soft toe army sho*?*. Mahojrany c-alfskia dr****- boot*. Gun metal csitskm dress boots Dancinfr pumps, with low heeiR. Leather - cloth aad jer-j-ey lejrg-in-v Tomy-Hawk play ana school shoes. S? <- nd Kloor- - Lanyburgh ?& Bro. L?meos There is still one more day in which to complete or replenish your linen set before Thanksgiving Day. Irish Mercerized Table Damask 72-inch Irish Mercerised Ta ble Damask in six choice pat terns. Special at Sl-50 vard. Tea Cloths All-Linen Damask Tea eiot.hu. 36x36. at S2M>: -15x45. at S 1.50: 54x54. at S7.O0. Linen Napkins 24-inch All-Linen Irish Dam ask Napkins, in beautiful pat terns. Regular $16 values. Special for tomorrow at S12.(**U dor. Pattern Cloths 72x72 All-Linen Irish Tat tern Cloths, in five choice pat terns. At S9.0O. 22-inch Napkins to match. Matta Bridge Sets Consisting of one 4x4 Cloth and 4 Napkins to match. Scal loped in blue, pink, preen or white Sl.SS. First Floor? Lansburgh & Bro. 9x12 Velvet and Tapestry Rugs $2975 A -food showing of seamless velvet and tapestry rugs of the best qualities at the price. Many attractive all-over patterns and good colorings. Axminsters, $5.49 36x63 Axminster Rugs with or without fringed ends. In brown, green, blue or tan patterns. Rag Rugs, $9.50 Ras* Rugs in rose or blue designs. In size 8x 10. These are washable rugs. Hall Runners at $16 75 to -$25.75 Axminster Rug Hall Run ners in all lengths and widths. Good showing of patterns and Colorings. Fo'.irth Floor? Lansburgh & Bro. Store Hours: Open 9:15 A. M.; Close 6:00 P. M. STORE OF CREATER S?RYICI ?20-430 Seventh St- Through to Sth Si.