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Luxuriant Hair Promoted By Cuticura Cuticura kills dandruff. stops itching, the C1UM of dry. thin and falling hair. Treatment: Ganily rub Cuticura Ouu roant with the end of tha fill**', on apota of dandruff and Itching. Follow next morning with a hot ahanipoo of Cuticura Soap. Repeat la two vecka. Nothing better than thaaa fragrant, euper-creamy amoUianta for all akiu and acalp troubles. hnbla*rmWlbll KA&rmm -QWt?w? 1 >111' ' " f ** M 99mrfvW? 8M?ftc.OntMo(Mtiidlftt T>)nw Ik. SlTCuUcurB 3m? akavM witheet mag. |*)? tw/L 23? /n HEADACHE TABLETS For Headaches end Neuralgia No Trouble to Keep I Skin Free From Hair? (The Modern Beauty) There ! no need for any woman to countenance superfluous hair*, because with a paste made by mixing aome powdered delatone with water it is easy to (ret rid of them. The . paste is appplled for 2 or 3 vilnutes, then rubbed off and the skin washed. , This treatment will rid the skin of hair without leaving a blemish, but care should be taken to see that you , (ret real delatone. Mix fresh aa wanted. NEW 0 MIL! - 1345 Pei A V For critical inspect HATS and FURN1! Call, if only t approaching season Are designed to appe in all the new shape: the past. All $6.00 "Kronht Soft and Stiff Hats All $7.00 "Kron heim Special;" a colors All $8.00 "Kroi cial;" 12 different shapes All $9.00 "Kronheim Special" All $10.00 Silk-li and Soft Hats All $12.50 Croft & Knapp Felts All $ 15.00 Crofut & Knapp Felts All $18.00 Crofu srlk-lined shaded type Suits foi * in which the quality heim's specifications 1 and patterns?origins $ ONYX H at 2S< 50c srrade, In bla< black with white fee Pur In new colorings, sh fancy mixtures; some NOT TOO HIC y. S. TO WAR ON HOARDERS Producers Told Governmen Won't Sanction Holding Back Staples By Credit. a?r. W. P. O. Hardin#, of the Ked eral Reserve Hoard, today warne producers of big staple food crop ibat the Government will not sane tlon the holding back or "hoarding of farm products from the market b the uae of credit, as a means of for< ing price# to artificial levels Goi urnor ardlng. responding to the a( peals of various producing Interest! indicated that the Board does not ap prove loan extensions over unreaaon able periods. The attitude of the Board, mail known by Governor Harding, In r? Jectlng the plea of cotton producer for the Government's aid In tlnancln the carrying over of a part of th crop for periods ranglnn from thre to nine months, was uttered aa th general view of the Government to ward similar pleas from other pr< duclng Interests. The Board will not listen to plea for financial relief that would onl have the effect of further expand lng the country's credit to dangerou proportions," Gov Harding said. ' I all the demands of these various pro during groups were met by th Board, It would result In wldenln the circle of rising costs, and woul eventually react disastrously upo the vary Interests that are appe?lln for help. I RtiES COMMON SENSE. ' j "These Interests will find that b ! applying hard common sense to thel problems,they will be solved throug the medium of their own banks, wltl out any action the federal Kt serve Board." I Governor Harding estimated th value of this year's staple cr*ps a $22,(>00,000.000. He asserted It Is Im possible for any banking system t provide funds to withhold the? staples entirely from the market. "Farm products should not b hoarded or held back from th market by use of credit merely In th hope of forcing prices upward. It I clear that the volume of our gr?*a staple crops is so large and the valu so enormoiMi. that any efforts t IWNERSHI 'ON S. KRON B. W. WILLETT, Succewc in. Ave., Just East c ISIT INV ion of a wealth of new Fall 5H1NGS. 0 post yourself on what will 1 by men of good taste. Our New Fall Hat al to the taste of the carefully gi >, finish and quality that have d $7.45 !' $9.85 ^ $11.85 t & Knapp A $14.85 ^ Men and Yc idea predominates; made accord iy the best makers in the countn illy intended to sell at ?5o, $55 136.50 *? [OSE MAD1 * 1 u k, white and Shirts "that hitfh as $4.5 e Silk Knitted Neck' apes and weaves; in black, blu slightly imperfect; values up to $1.45?3 for $4.00 ;h priced to be ej valor!** (ham by idmri of b< <r?4)l# would Inevitably ruuU disaster by the upntuun of couui law. "Hut I think that *U reasonable eiatan<e should ba glvan producera enable them to market thalr cropa k an or J?r I y wa> provided tbay ' willing to a?U enough to meat c >rent requirements and that eonai ! ara ahould concede to the fan reasonable profit. In ordar that tur* production may ba adequat* "What la naedad la an open mar In which the law of aupply and . inand la given free play and In wfc I buyer and aallar may meat on eq terms MUCH MURK WiHKHUt'lEI "If adequate warehousing faclll are provided. It la poaalble for farmer to obtain the benefit of a< '* age prices for the year without d increase In coat to the coneumer, a with leaaened atraln upon trana| tatlon llnea and banka by diatrlbut the marketing proceee over a rou " j abet period." Y Governor Harding aaaertad tti haa not been any reatrlctlon of cri for legitimate business, but on r" oontrary a large expansion of en lie aald all danger of a panic paaaed. and that although there been but little lessening In the i * | traction of credit, the business < i look did not preaent any alarm * symptoms. "Stop talking calamity." waj " j advice Governor Harding gave * K equal application to the cotton " I other groups. He aald aome of 6. dlfflcultlea now apparent can e I raally removed by the appllcatlor | "common sense rule* of bustne *" | and he urged that large lnter< [ drop the "fancied Idea" that * Government can lift them out of _ and all dlfflcultlea which may a "| through the period of raadjusttne ; HANDLEY-PAIGE STOLE I PATENTS, WRIGHT SA K NEW YORK. Sept. H.?The Wrl Aeronautical Corporation yeater brought In Federal district cour y patent Infringement ault una r Handiey-Paige, Ltd.. the Alrcra '* Disposal Company, Ltd.. and Will ..,11. Workman. The action waa ba on patents laaued In 1906 to Or\ ? and Wilbur Wright and which In 1 , were aald to have been tranaferrer o the Wright Aeronautical Corporat e The complaint allegea that the fendants "without license wrongf e manufactured, used or sold alrpls e embodying the inventions of p Wright brothers, the validity of | * I ents on which was established t j prior litigation." r ; Injunction* and an accounting f o ' profits are asked for in the litigat P SALE [HEIM r .f 14th St. ITED and Winter SUITS, he worn during the 8 roomed man, and made istinguished our hats in >ung Men ing to Milton S. Kron/. New models, fabrics and $60. ationa ree RAS SHIRTS it $2.35 desijjns and colorings. were made to sell as 0. wear ie, green, heather and *4.00. > I CTRAVAGANT 10 50c Pc?rl Earrings f 1 u * ?*c I are Beautiful Ailed (irrlnti I ur- In the plarced deaian: very 1 .... fine Hrailn and l>? ? ..minx to very ??iiimi or mil* Iter lu- Viral Kl?or. ksl - Plan to Shop Frid; Ing on k?r? Reducing the Redm = 25% Off All ilnv rlth Gratings an J Gcwds Rei Mtp An unprecedented Wooler Goods business the past fortnig desirable lengths of the season's I ionable woolens. These we havi p approximately cost. Tomorrow, VC H to ma^e ' radical departure am Id 1 tional mark-downs. I From the reduced pri t , || cent, which means savin; Inst I per cent on every remnant 1 In the lot there are 54-inci t.ed | Serge, Peach Bloom, Jersey do 'in* I Tweeds, Duvetyns, Priestley's His | Woolens?and a miscellaneous 1 ? to I stripes and plaids. Lengths 1 Y\ Ion. | de- | Third Kloop?-I.anekar* Lilly Q - : ,n?? R "? Boys' School 5 rom I ion. J || i ?? ? Boys' Serge Su Strictly all-wool navv blue quality and weight. Plain or Is forced seams, and fully lined Sizes 7 to 1 7 years. Boys' Sweater Coat-style Sweaters, with r Navy, gray, maroon and heatlu 14 years. & | Boys' School C I Made of fancy mixed cassin h suiting lengths. Also all-wpol S All sizes. i1 Boys' Trouser Boys' well-made all-wool Knickerbocker trousers. Just r Sizes 7 to 1 7 years. Fifth Kloor?l.nn.hnrc A Specially Featui I New Plaic % $: immediate we; scendent smart small plaid and ^ TT be realized by | | srreart Flaar?l.anahuri I Toilet Goodi 15c Borax; full weight 1 p 21 c Williams' Talcum Pow rirat Fl< I $5.85 Esmond Cor You will have to come car . 5 in the lot. In gray backgroui ' designs. Double size. *i?th rii ansburgh&Bb Here Tomorrow ? A Dab ay Is Our Ba Aions? Bllck suk stocking., p. Women's Thread Silk Stoc [ryr f ly irregular weaves.) Prop< \a/ OOlPfl ioned and reinforced. Tops, wv/ivii and (oes Qf finc ?auKC Ujle dpv few colors. Uress nnants un, wm. sou c $2.So grades, now , Coating and Dress ?' '* f'ldes. nov ht has left in its wake The famous Kayser make; , newest and most fash- of course. Every pair perfei t ticketed and marked at ?,,, however, we are going 1 offer you some sensa$2.00 Navy Blue Ttffe CM deduct 25 per 36 inches wide; a good K of practically 50 finish chiffon taffeta. Will j service. Only a limited quai li Tricotines, Navy Blue nw * * th, Silvertones, Coating Black Fabrics, Cream $3.00 Dress Satin, Ya l?o' 4? vards''"^5 c'iec'cs' 36 inches wide; all silk dr< luster and good weight foi h a Br??h*r. Choice of navy and black. nirl Klvor. >uits $9.75 Unbleached Sheeting, 1 c..n r :??ri 46 inches wide; an extra li riilly Linea can use?j for sheets and Knickerbocker Pants price is very special for Fri Norfolk Suits ? of rtr"t r,**r' serviceable mixed fabrics in fall weight. $1.25 Cnildmi Bloom They were made for Splendidly made of good real boys?active boys sateen. Surely you will want of school aSc. And for the ?irls 10 sch00' their excellent tailoring Third nw. and serviceability of fabric meet well the re. $1.95 Tots' Wash Dres quirements of such Sizes 2 to 6 years; ma boys. madras and ginghams; hand or color trimmed; also cor Mothers will find these fects ' suits hip:h in value-fcivintf at this price. To be had Third Fi**r. in 7 to 17-year sizes? $9.75. aq nr Mercerized Damask, Ys * ' V'" . ? 4 Imported Mercerized Tal Serge Suits ot excellent fu|i bleach and very firmly ' Norfolk st)le, with rein- eral patterns to select from knickerbocker trousers. wide. Pint FlMr. s, $2.98 oil collars, side pockets. 75c "Panty" Waist ;r mixtures. Sizes 6 to ... , , , Made of strong quality c reinforced seams and bands. "aps, 98c I are well sewn. Sizes 2 to 1 neres and worsteds from Third n*w. erge Caps in navy blue. $1.00 Turkish Towe s, $2.98 * There's a limit to this of ui.,a only have six of these large navy blue serge, lined thread towels Plentv of bod ight for school wear. tnreaa loweis- nen|y OT DoaFlrat Fl**r. h A Brother. $1.25 Odd Rompen red Offering Children's odd Rompers ? taken from regular stock; sc t striped patterns. "Iwanta" okirts Serge Middy Blouses y An odd lot of well-made a ' Middy Blouses; braid-trimme cuffs. Sizes 6 to 20 years. will be the first day Third pi*?r. e smart fall models for ir, which reach tran- ... , r _i D . ness and distinctiveness. Wwh Kemnants, J individuality of the Many of the choicest weai charm of new bold or from. Linon, Mull, Crepe I striped fabrics can only Gingham, Poplin, Voile, On your viewing. Box and etc. Usable Iengtths. Is featured strongly. n-r. "* * "r""""r $10.00 Plaid Blankets, I These fine part-wool blank , D?rltir*A in tonings of blue, pink, tan > ivcuulcu percentage of wool. D iound size, 2 for 25c. aisth n??r_ der, all odors, can, 15c. nor. Two Satin Ribbon 5 nfortables $4 55 A beautiful quality rihbo , wanted color combinations, 1y for these; th--# are onlv mj drc etc. Nn. 3 j nd, with blue, grcc-n or red 5> 3^ yard; Na q< 6Sc yai ?or, Flrvt Pleer. trainTTTjr'. jtVi ni^iftJi if . 81x99 F(Jrhaven ShwU, k/^vrnUTl?T^ ,250 mm I i I H I W Thaaa ara the no?Mi " I I III .K from tlx Dallaa Mill*. extra . % m M || I A I V l ink anil Donnilk rV^ A noiih acamlaaa and hand lorn Klral Phwr. t of Golden Opportunities rgain Day t sir, $1.49 $3.95 Girl*' Dresses, $2.95 kings (slight- Pretty Gingham Dresses for school srly full-fash- wear. Plaids, stripes and plain colors. , soles, heels Plaited and shirred skirts, with white colBlack and a lirs and cuffs. Sizes 6 to 14 years. TIM Kloar. ? $17.50 All-Wool Blankets, $14.88 | Products of the Hamilton Mills. White *2-00 or block plaids. Made of selected scoured $2." wooL Wide mohair bindings. double tipped sixth mMr. ct. $3.95 Crochet Spreads, $3.45 ? Double size, 80x90 inches. A good ta, ll.TO heavy weight; offered in two pleasing deweight, soft signs. These are Field quality spreads five excellent and very serviceable. ' fltity. Sixth rinr. 59c Rope Shopping Bags, 45c rd, $1.89 A durable, strong bag, especially handy :ss satin; high for shopping and marketing. The saving fall frocks. 's yours for tomorrow only. J Klral PlMr. f Hair Ribbon Remnants, 29c Yard I Kard, 50c ^ vasj accumulation of plain and fancy 1 leavy quality; ribbons, in all colors and usable lengths. | cases. The Buy them now for the first days of school. j day only. Fim Ki*?r. I $3.50 Cotton Blankets, Pair,. $2.00 |. ers, $1.00 Gray Cotton Blankets, with pink, blue, I quality black or block borders. Edges are strongly fin- I several pairs ished; size 64x76 inches. J Sixth Klaar. 1 * 81x90 Iron Clad Sheets, $1.98 ses, $1.45 A very special price for these doubleide of white size sheets. They are absolutely free embroidered, from dressing. Note the size, 8ix9o. nbination ef- Kirat Fi..r. $4.95 to $6.95 Sweaters, $2.95 j , tl _ A large selection of coat and slip-over | ird, $1.69 styles for women and misses. Most any hie Damask, c?Ior or style is available. j kVOVen. SeV- Flnt Floor. || 72 inches i $3.95 Girls' Middy Skirts, $3.45 | And that's the price just for Friday; p c- made of all-wool serge; box pleated with b s, ooc body attached. Sizes 6 to 14 years. i :ambric, with Thlrd Floor jj The buttons c 4 yearS $6.50 White Blankets, Pair, $4.87 | Large size 70x80 inches; Field quality. [j A soft wool finished blanket, plenty of U, 68c warmth. Wide mohair binding. [; Ter; you can sum Kioar. p size, double- | y and weight. 98c Bead Necklaces, 59c | What a price for real imported neck- jj laces. A very fine collection of coral, y , 9^ white and amber stones. You'll want one, ' buy it now. ! and Creepers nrat ri??r. )lid colors or make. Sizes 81x99 Victory Sheets, $2.19 Large Double-bed Size Sheets; note the extra length. Woven with a very heavy round thread and linen finished. <y $3.95 VI rat KlMr. I ll-wool Serge I d collar and $2.98 Moire Handbags, $2.69 , ery specia. Handsome Handbags, made of fine | quality dark blue moire; fitted with purse and mirror, and finished with large tassel. ' 39c Yard fim n**r. /es to choose ? , , Longcloth, 75c Nainsook, a Yard, 59c iting Flannel, 36 inches wide; a soft, fine quality of , nainsook with a French finish. For fine lingerie, babies' clothes, etc. Pfrat n**r. Lace Vestees, Special, $1.00 ets are shown . , , , ., e ^ and gray. A K. Posing selection of pretty lace ouhie size vestees, in white or cream; collar attached, trimmed with val laces; with or without cuffs. j Klral Floor *>eC Mill End Black Veiling, 29c for mat trim6 Finc h,ack veilings, in usable 59c yar(j. n0 lengths; large or small dots; these come j " ' l and 1 Yt yards long. A rare saving op- j portunity. . ! Klrat t lonr. I"H1||||||I|||||II HHHIIIIIII????WW?I'IIiii iii ii! inili mn iilmiWinWililliliMBt ?