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N*Uj Method fMfiin It \ w*m?a I??M tka pUht. n*** cur II as ?sr The mm ?f this b?rinlea product rtsiiy ?r?(NrVM the lifw, lustre aud b?au(y of the hair. ?nd the curly and wavy effect m mrtmtif natural iiwkioi asd aunt oap tlvalinf If you've never tried It, by all means procure a few ounces from your 4ruggf?< and use enough to moisten your hair from root to tip. putting It on with - * clean tooth brush. The liquid silmsrine Is neither gummy nor greasy, but qwU pleasaat to use. The Quick Way to < > Stop a Cough nil >??? m?d? vrap 4mm lk> w*rk la a hurry ?nl"r K>- . | p*r?i. mmd M'a *fevut $*? You might be surprised to loaaw 1 that the beat thin* you can un for a severe cough, ia a remedy which ia ?aailj prepared at home in luat a few momenta. It'a cheap, but for prompt reaulta it beats anything elae you erer tried. Uaually atopa the ordinary cough or cheat cold in 24 houra. Tastes tleaaant, too?children like it?and it I pure mod Rood. Pour 2'/t ounces of Pinez in a pint bottle; then fill it up with plain granu lated sugar syrup. Or use clarified molasaea, honey, or corti srrup, instead of sugar syrup, if deairea. Thus you make a full pint?a family supply? but coating no more than a small bottle of ready-made cough ayrup. And as a cough medicine, there ia really nothing better to b(> I tad at any priee. It goes riglit to the spot and tivee quick, lasting relief. It promptly eals the inflamed membranes that lint- the throat and air passages, stops the annoying throat tickle, loosens tna phlegm, and soon vour cough atopa en tirely. Splendid for bronchitis, croup, noarseness aud bronchial asthma. Pinez ia a highly concentrated com* pound of Norway pine extract, famoua lor its healing effect on the mem Wanes. To avoid disappointment ask your druggist for "2y? ounces of Pinez" yrith directions and don't accent any thing e)M*. Guaranteed to gitfe abso lute satisfaction or money re fun dad. The Pinez Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind. AM ON AID FOR EUROPE IS HRD UP Fight Over $9,300,000 Appro priation in Deficiency Bill Delays House Measure. Action by the House on the West ern Kuropf food reliet bill, carrying I6O4U0O00. was delayed today be r?uit of the unexpected fight over the <0,300,000 appropriation carried In the deficiency bill for repairs to navy ships and nary jards. Economists In the House hsve been roused by the statement of Assist iit Secretary of the Navy Roosevelt for a billion-dollar-*year navy, the trongest navy In the world, and the "ecommendatlons from naval authorl les for heavy appropriations to put this existing navy In war-time shape. Cburges by Admiral Hluis, and ?th rs, that the navy was not In good ihape at the outbreak of the war have awakened a demand to know wh|t was done with the huge appropria tions made for the navy in the year mined lately preceding the war. The deficiency appropriation allow ed for repairs to naval war ships, now *>elng pressed as an emergency mat er. was objected to by several mem bers of the House when the bill Vas presented last week. These members isked for time to Investigate the House Naval Affairs Commutes to iscertain the cause of haste, the pres ent condition of the fighting ships, and the need for Immediate repairs. Naval Affairs Committee members are justifying their advocacy of the urgent appropriation on the ground that many of the first-class fighting 'hips were in constant service during the war with Germany, guarding troop and food convoys against sub marines and in helping to hold the German fleet in a bottle. As they could not be withdrawn from this service for necessary re pairs, many of the ships are unfit to take part in the maneuvers of the At 'antlc fleet to be held this spring off the Quantanamo base. TAMAYO TO VISIT U. S. GUAYAQUIL. Ecuador. Feb. 3.?Jose t^uis Tamayo, who recently was elect ed president of the republic, will start >n a visit to the United States within ^hree months. DANIEL LOUGHRAN CO., Distributor^ 1347 Penna. Ave. Within Your Grasp You have long wanted an AUTO MOBILE. The reason for your not having one it that you have always THOUGHT it was just a little beyond your reach. You are mistaken. Every day the automobile column of the classified pages car ries bargains in USED CARS that are easily within your grasp. Reason it out for yourself. What became of Smith's roadster, when for business reasons he had to get a touring car? When Jones went into bankruptcy what be ? cam* of his machine? Every year Mr*. Brown gels a new model, how doe* the dispose of her present modal? The answer it the tame to all of them?they hare been lilted in this paper and secured by the wide a wait a readers of the Claati&ad Ada. Turn to it now and see what we are talkint about! f Read the Want Ada in EhelJualitngtan lime* ? Let the Wedding Bells Ring Out By JEAN KNOTT - WOULD ERECT MUSEUM AS ALLIED WAR TRIBUTE Rosael E. Mitchell Would Perpetuate Achievements by Building Imposing Structure. An International historical and memorial museum to be erected in Washington as a tribute to the work of all the allies In the world war, l/t advocated by Rosael K. Mitchell In the January number of Architecture. "When the record of the great war Is written," says Mr. Mitchell, "It will not b* written, it caacot be written, in terms of triumph over fallen foes, nor will It be indited in periods of fulsome praise of conquering chief tain*?It will trace the divergent cur rents of national life, the proceaaes of thought and consequent action which animated the minds and ab sorbed the energies of nation*, and which by their very divergence made conflict inevitable. "Such a record will show moat clearly the breakdown of the supreme falaehood of hlatory: the divine right of a few to decide the destinies of the millions; the belief In material force as an overcoming Influence when counteracted by material and sprltual resources; and the eaay hypocrisy that any one people possess to a surpass ing degree the qualities that make for world leadership. "America alone has the resources, the spirit, the Idealism, and, by no means least, the perfect setting for such an undertaking. On the shores of the beautiful Potomac. In harmony with the grand design which Is grad ually making Washington the finest city In the world, at a sufficient dis tance from the turmoil of a devasta ted Etarope, an International historical and memorial museum may find as fitting a setting as lctlnus found for the Parthenon on the Acropolis of Athens.'' ASPIRIN FOR COLDS Name "Bayer" is on Genuine Aspirin?say Bayer Insist on "Bsyer Tablets of As pirin" In a "Bayer packairq,'* con taining proper directions fev Colds, Pain. Headache, Neuralgia, Urn baRo. and Rheumatlirm. Name "Bayer" means genuine Aspirin pre scribed by ' physicians for nineteen years. tHandy tin boxes of 12 tab lets cost few cents. Aspirin is trademark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetlcactdester of Sallcyllc acid. It's Easy?If You Know Dh Edwards' Olive Tablets The secret of keeping yoonR is to feel young?to do this you mint watch your liver and bowels?there's no nwd of having a sallow complexion?dark rings under your eyes?pimples?a bilious look in your lace?dull eyes with no sparkle. Your doctor will tell you ninety per cent of all sickness comes (mm inactive bowels and liver. Dr. Edwards, a well-known physician in Ohio, perfected a vegetable com pound mixed will olive oil to act on the liver and bowels, which be gave to his patients for years. Dr Edwards' Olive Tablets, the sub stitute for calomel, are gentle in their action yet always effective. They brino about that natural buoyancy which all Rhould enjoy by toning up the liver and clearing the system of impurities IV Edwards'Oli ve Tablet ? are known by their olive color. 10c and 25c. TO FIGHT VAN SCHAICK ON FLOOR OF SENATE i Sherman, Aided by Senator King of Utah, to Oppose the Clergyman. With the nomination of the Rev. Dr. John Van Srhalck, Jr., before the Senate, opponent* of President Wil son's nominee for District Commis sioner are ready to carry the fight against hia confirmation to the floor of that body. Senator Sherman, chairman of the committee and one of the four mem bera who voted against confirmation, was ready today to tosa his hat Into the ring as one Senator, at least, who will do more than merely raise hi* voice in opposition to Dr. Van ScbaJck. It is understood that three of the remaining five members of the com mutes are In favor of voting against Dr. Van Schaick's confirmation, al though none was ready'to state how he intends to vote. In view of the split iu tha committee, which was not a party split at any rata, there Is a possibility of a minority report be ing submitted. Senator Sherman will not he alone in his efforts to bring about the re jection of the nominee. His chief lieutenant will be Senator King of Utah, a Democrat, who Is loath to re linquish the position of Dlstrlot Com missioner, or any other Government office, to a clergyman. There was no Indication early today as to when the domination will he called up In the Senate. Friends of Dr. Van Shaick welcome a vote, be lieving that they can put through the nomination as they did 1n the com mittee. FIVE IN FAMILY BOY *4,100 IRISH BONDS Thomas D. Walsh, Realtor, Pur chase* Certificates for Self, Wife, Brother, and Cousins. William M. Phelan, chairman of the Irish bond certificate drive in Wash ington. has just received from Thomas D. Walsh, real estate opera tor, his personal check for (1,000, a check for 11,000 for his brother, a check for 111.000 for a cousin, and a $100 Liberty bond for his wife in ex change for Irish liberty bonds. In addition, Mr. Walsh transmitted n check for )1,000 from John K. Walsh, American born, for which he auks an Irish bond providing twenty other persons match him for a )1,000 bond each. Mr. Phelan reports that the drive in Washington Is progressing satisfac torily. PLATTORM OF FARMERS GIVEN TO WHITE HOUSE A delegation from the National Board of Farm Organisations yester day called at the White House and left a memorial for President Wilson set ting forth the position of the farm ers on national questions. The me morial haa been published previously but It was today formally presented. Members of the delegation charged that the cause of the farmer is be ing injured by extremist publicity is sued by various alleged farm bureaus in Washington. DENVER WINS FIGHT AGAINST PHONE RATES The city of Denver, in the Supreme Court, has won its suit against the State public utilities commission, which sought to Increase telephone rates there. The court, by dismissing an appeal for want of jurisdiction, allowed de cisions of the Colorado supreme court to stand, holding that the city utili ties commission, and not the State commission, had the exclusive Juris diction over telephone retes In the ENGLAND INDORSES EARL GREY LETTER! Viscount's Plea for More Sym pathetic Attitude Toward u! & Finds Response. LONDON. r?b. ?.?"Kvary 1 Briton will reapond to tba raaaonad of Viscount Gray'a Ultor on British-American relations, the W?st ?nlnater Uaaaita believes. The Gray letter, In which th* Til count pleaded for t more sympathetic attitude toward the United Htates In her fight over the peace treaty and her poaltlon toward foreign credit*, aroused the widest Interast In all cir cle* "When miachlef maksre are actively fomenting lll-Wlll between Oreat Britain and tha United States. Grey's lettar oonies with the arr*atlng foree of Bag a counsel." the Westminster Gaaette continued. "I?yal Englishmen." the n*wspap*r said, "will axercia* patience and for bearance." and ^1 n word and deed ab ataln from any aort of petulant com ment on tha American situation." The Evening Mtandard. applauding Grey'a efforts to kelp Britons udder stand the American poaltlon toward the peace treaty, pleaded for a "spirit of tolerance on both sides In an effort to understand each other's point of view." The Times characterises Grey's lat ter as "unique In diplomatic history." Tha latter will do much "to clear tha atmosphere," the Times believed. RHEUMATISM f No remedy has relieved eo many at Rheumatism, Gout and Lumbago as Munyon's Rbeumatiam Ramedy. Try it and than bid good-bye to cnitcbaa, cane* and pain*. It doaa not Kt tha (Usesee to aleep, bat driraa it to tha system. Raliarag pain in from on* to three hoar*. Price 30c a bottle. Band for Diet and Care Chart. Masyon's H. H. Remedy Co., 54th and ColnmNa At*., Philadelphia. COMB SAGE TEA IN HI TO DARKEN IT It's Grandmother's Recipe to keep her Locks Dark, Glossy, Beautiful. The old-time mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphor for darkening gray, itreaked and faded hair la grand mother's recipe, and folka are again ualng It to keep their hair a good, sven color, which Is qulta sensible, u we are living In an age when a youthful appearance is of the rreatast advantage. Nowadays, though, we don't haTe the troublesome task of gathering the sage and the mussy mixing at tome. All drug atoreb aell the ready to uae product. Improved by the ad dition of othar Ingredients, called "Wyeth's Sac* *nd Sulphur Com pound." It Is Terr popular because nobody can discover It haa been ap plied. Simply molaten your comb or a soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one amall itrand at a time: by morning the fray hair disappears, but what de Mghts the ladles with Wyeth's Sage ind Sulphur Compound, la that, be sides beautifully darkening the hair tfter a few applications. It also pro iucea that soft luster and appear ince of abundance which Is so at ractlve. HAD TERRIBLE COUGH IN BEDJJEARS In 3 weeks, she was oat on the street aiain, feeling fine. "In 1016, I had la grippe, followed by pneumonia which left me with a severe cough, 1 coughed constantly from morning till night, and then would wake up in the night and ohoke. I lost flesh and my appetite waa very poor. I doctored with a specialist for over a year, and had several other doctors, but rot worse Instead of better. I.ast winter I waa bed ridden, had chills and fever and rot so weak I could not sit up In bed minutes without fainting. "In February. 1B10, I started on Milk* Kmulslon. I was then In bed. but In 3 weeks. I was able to be up and on the streets. Just think of It! For S yeara I have been a physical wreck. In bed most of the time, and Milks Rmulslon had brought me out In wonderful shape. My friends all tell me how well I'm looking, for they didn't expect me to be living today. ?Miss M Houssetl, 1003 Opelousas, St Algiers. Ijk. In thoushands of Just surh cases. Milks Rmulslon has brought the same wonderful relief and Improvement. It costs nothing to try Milks Kmulslon cleanses the stom ach and bowels of all Impurities, re storing healthy natural bowel action and doing away with all need of pills and physics. It corrects the digestive organs and Improves the appetite. Thus It helps nature to bultd up the blood and tissue and to strengthen the throat, stomach and bowels. It 'helps build up flesh and strength, end Is a powerful aid In restating and re ?helps build up flesh and strength, and Is a tJowerful aid In resisting and re pairing tha effects of wasllng die ?aaes. Chronic stomach trouble and constipation are usually relieved In one day. Thla Is the only solid emulsion made, and so palatable that It Is eaten with a spoon like Ice cream. No %>atter how severe your case, vou are urged to try Milks Kmulalon under this guarantee?Take six bot tles home with you. tiae it according to directions and If not satisfied wltn the resulta. your moncv will be prompt ly refunded. Price ftOc and $f 20 per bottle The Milks Kmulsion Co., Terre Haute. Ind. Sold by druggists every where. Tomorrow STORE HOURS: Open 9:15 A. Close 6 P M. T ?Om Rag uUr One* ? Month -.-^sur Reg uUr One* RUMMAGE SALE OF Women's & Misses' Coats, Suits, Dresses, Waists, Furs Prices Have Been Reduced to the UtUTBMt? lUnHIm of Comt. Profit or Lese to Effoct a Complete Clearance of Winter Stocks of Ready-to Wear Apparel. The sale prices reveal enormous re ductions. It is a n ironclad rule of this ?tore that ?very rarment must be sold in season?there can be no left-overs. This clearance polic will not be ?put aside because of market conditions. So now you can pick and choose from the balance of our winter stocks of women's and misses' garments at prices ridiculously low. AH our remaining lines of Coats, Suits, Dresses, Waists, Furs and Fur Coats included In this sweeping clearance?without reservation. Because quan tities are limited it will be to your advantaKe to come early. Winter Coats & Suits Sacrificed $39.75 Wool Jersey Coat*? Rainproof Heather Wool Jersey Coats, full length, tailored models; suitable for all year rouad use; in heather, brown, and burgundy Up to $48 Missn' and Junior*' Coot*? Mi sees' and Juniors' Coats, of \tool velour, etc.; sport, tailored and nobby belted models; sizes 13 to 19 years. (Second floor). Up to $35 Woman's and Misses' Suite? Women's and Misses' Winter Suits, of wool velour, French or mannish serge, poplin,' novelty suitings, etc. The season's most popular styles, some fur-trimmed; colors of navy blue, black and burgundy Up to $38 Women's and Misses' Coats? ^ Women's and Misses' Coats, of wool velour, plush, leatherette, cheviot, zibeline and camel's hair; full length and three-quarter ?port lengths; many have fur collars; tailored and pleated Up to $49.50 Women's and Misses' Coata? Women's and Misses' Cloth Coats, of silvertone, wool velour, broadcloth, kersey and tweeds. Many have beautiful collars of sealine fur; in loose back, tailored, plaited and shirred-back models Up to $128 Women's Coats? Women's High-grade Coats, of Bolivia, evora. suedene, velour and peachbloom; trimmed with Hudson seal, nutria or natural raccoon. One and two of a kind models. Full silk lined.. Up to $26.60 Girls' Cont? Girls' Coats, of plush, cheviot, polo doth and mixtures; in pretty belted and tailored styles; sizes 10 to 14 years $22.95 $19.95 $15.00 $13.95 $19.90 $59.50 $12.88 SrJHS "i * ?v* i % .... . . \ iff-J r ? ?&ii Women's & Misses' Dresses Sacrificed $17.85 Women's and Misaea' $35 Women's and Misses' Dresses, of French serge, tricotine, chiffon taffeta, crepe 01 7 PA de chine, satin, and mannish serge. Choice of the popular effects 3>I#?DU Up to $42.50 Stout Dresses? Stylish Stout Dresses, of all-wool French serge and excellent quality satin; #10 no straight-line, overskirt, tailored aad trimmed styles. Sires 42H to*52% 3HO.OO '? ? Furs and Fur Coats Sacrificed $198.50 Sealine Coats? Sealine Coats, 36 inches long; soft silk skins, smart belted model, with large *1 1 O CA collar and bell-shaped cuffs; silk lined <vll?/?0U $29.75 Fox Muffs Black Fox Muffs, barrel and canteen shapes; silk lined $135 Sealine Coat*? Sealine Coats, 30 inches long; smart sport model; large cape, shawl collar and #OQ flare cuffs; mlk lined OOO.DU (255 Mnskrat Coats? Natural Mnskrat Coats, self-border effects, with collars and cuffs of Hudson 01 7 J r* n seal; beautifully marked skins; silk lined... $1'4m)U $42.50 Liberty Seal Stoles? * Liberty Seal Stoles, long shoulder scarfs; good quality skins; silk lined .. $295 Hudson Seal Coatees ? Hudson Seal Coatees, extra soft quality pelts; newest effects; fancy silk 01Q7 PA lined $32.50 Hudson SesJ Muffs? Hudson Seal Muffs, good size; barrel shape; silk 0 OA lined ^?- ? ? ,,, $125 Hudson Seal Stoles? Hudson Seal Stoles, all the newest effects; finest quality skins; silk lined $29.75 ? ??????? ? ? $82.50 Waists and Middy Blouses Sacrificed Up to $3.50 Waists? Fine Quality Voile Waists, high, low and round neck styles, tailored, embroid- 0O 1 a ered, lace trimmed and tucked effects Up to $2.98 Tailored Waists? T&ilored Waists, of colored novelty striped shirtings, linene, etc, this season's ? | nr prettiest effects; odd sizes... .. . <pliDj Up to $2.98 Smock%? Women's and Misses' Smocks, of various materials, in several pretty models; odd sizes Up to $6.98 Crepe and SUIc Waists? Georgette Crepe, Strlpe<f Taffeta. Net and Crepe de Chine Waists, In tailored and 0Q nr tucked styles; in flesh, white, navy blue and black $2.50 Lingerie Blouses? Lingerie Blouses, in lace trimmed, embroidered, tucked, pleated and tailored J q stales; high and low neck models; all sizes .. $8.50 and $8.98 Blouses? Waists of georgette crepe and net; embroidered ruffle and larr-trlmmed styles. /*r Broken sizes _ ???"<' $2.00 and $2.50 Middy Blouses? "Goody" and "Sis Hopkins" Middy Blouses, of I/onsdale jean. In regulation, coat and combination effects. Sizes 1* to 22 SfMiHi Floor.