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thraaI Treatmente 0eldom oUr esuseis ie e ireula, blood is stagnant, the verns bowel walIs are w"ek 60 tt Iyand ou rid yourself ad US on veust tvthe ciroulh afresh cirrent throunge is ~at ol. sternal treat. irthe one "ato method. 01st. Mad cutting won't dlo It. W eenLnerd. M. D.. a spectalis "a at w ro e ao to M Aii"40 . solamd by drug tar N ond .d t I WNotlg-il dle y as otnd than ald whe to d at Peoes temd aver com st eer esta ' ekig tus !sEMe wlhl acIv rnd as L -- therge chetkghtness sem ea rat... eseba lseofvoie, estir, hacidag oonge o oupeel heager, debiky AN swets. Let 4 mba y.u. IACIIU PS Get at the Real Canae -Talbs Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets that's what thowuads or ,.A.to snferers are doing now. Instead of -ain tonica, or trying to patch the se ailetdg lver ad disordered We Dr. t Edard Ol tiTa. awes th e WH arek~tv =A pedr gom ies tio m tmd mul Ha e you a bad se, ctsed tongue, o appeti ay, dont m wel. amiUo or&M trouble WIfhUnWag.WII foods M OlveTables,thenbttuteforcluel. D. Edwads' Oliwe Tablets e a .xfvetoiore deidenow.rLeaW"t re -: - dedw olive oIams wr 1in. th Ted ilia thekibimt-eiciowl Eat g youkb. l5c All I.. bows New Feels Fin Eabr . Eda O"ables I.~ Treubi.. "soe i aheonly hing I have fed to stop my henrthurn wed I thnkit has beena great help is inen spell.," writs G.O.Johnson. fe aing ver the Eboy h stoulo helps in such cases sreaoving the came of the misry b soai ueaks up and carries out te aid gd aro and a do caun naual or . ta ater eal is ou eed. .g bbx costs only a Tile web DIV AWA |EAA1E Rub Musterole on Forehead and Temples A haache reMedy without the dn of "h.adae m..ecae-" Relieves nd that miserable feeag Orned. Butasstlon. Adit as at O Wl Maseroesacls eint asentmade itho~f mus ad.etter than a muad p lr and dom nt hister. Used only nternly, and is asway can it aectatomach and heart, helpm in such aebna d lant ofo throOu t, " fltike VPa ares ; a neck a sm nraddi coUgetion, peurley, itealn,~ I.E #a# g hm and aac It the back arc" n tral eOD 0;4;.-- bAis er o t fet mli ci ti d (It often prehents nenmain . and eic jars hospital ele s3.00 BISURATED MAGNESIA For Dyspepsia, Indigestion Heartburn. Belching, Sour Acid Mtoncf. Ga oin Ston ach, tc. tak i."".gass.' hot **w%"ater ate eatin.n ,In e. .les.tradyarmesrto.. ahd iesalis itsthe reie I use stmacd awiit kAwpe ens thaodcn~tss th-at ieto GRAYUNEOFI ing y tolBe Unfair to Picketing the meabers of the etrs'Kh 3 tandmen Sght avenue was begun today. The picket Gre marched up and down in front of the eompanys offlee bearing a stand aid stating that the coampany is un tair to organised labor. Hamilton Farnum, presideoat Of the union, said that the. picketing will continue uptil thE oeu',any recog i the u*a n. The employee of the Oray Line ompany resigned in a body from the union about two weeks ago because of the attitude of (be union toward them, Acording to I. W. Larrick. a lecturer in the em ploy of the Gray Line Company. "The whole affair is a fight against the GraF Line Company," stated Mr. Larriok "The disciminatioa against the eompany is dueto petty jealousy. We received hlgher,#sarle and have b4etXr working edltions than the employee of tbp other conipanlos, and when we wers, members of the union we were not looked upon with, favor. Conequetly we resigned in a body because we were ordered to go on stilks when we Were perfectly satis fied with our polkions." Linwood Stwickler, another employe of the Gray Line, reiterated the state meats of Larriek. Louis Bush, president of the Grav Line Sightseeing Company, stated to day that his men never came to him with a grievance, and said he knows they never had a grievance. "We are very careful -in seleoting our employee," he said. "We select me% of high caliber and most of our boys have been with us for many years. We have raised their salaries when the occasione warranted such action and it Is a distinct pleasure to us to know that our men .are aetisled. The union men came to me and demanded me to sign a paper granting the right of collective bar. valnipg. As none or our men are members of the union now, I exer oised, my privilege of refusing to aIga their paper. I have never ob jected to our ien belonging to -the union .and they 'resigned of their own volition." The members ot'the union met last night in Moose Hall, Seventh and G streets northwest. The men were addressed by J. E. Toone, of the American Federation of Labor. It was voted to continue picketing the offces of the Gray Una uqtil the officials of that company zecognise the union. WIWAMSTAKES UP LAW PRACTICE HERE Resignation of Former Internal Revenue Head Is Acoepted By President. William 3. Williams, formerly Commissioner of Internal Revenue, today began the practice of law in Washington, Secretary Mellon. of the rreasury Department, having agreed to let him leave the service. Com missioner Williams resigned to take effect March 4. last, but at the re juest of Secretary Mellon he has remained in office. In a letter accepting Mr. Williams resignation the President yesterday said: "Please know that I am especially gratified by your willingness to con tinue In office until this time at some inconvenience to yourself, of which the Secretary of the Treasury has advised me." Mr. Williams will have associated with him in hi. firm Paul F. Myers, who was asebtant to the Commis sioner of Internal Revenue for sev eral years, and Udmund B. Quiggle, who has been assistant solicitor of Lhe Internal Revenue Bureau in ,harge of the interpretative division ;f thkt office. BISHOP URGE RAPD WORK ON CATHEDRAL Thinelander Speaks at Opening of National Guild. The necessity for pushing work on he Cathedral of 88. Peter and Paul eas urged by the Rt. Rev. Philip here.r Rhinelander. Bishop of l!enn iylvania, this morning at the annual meeting of .the National Cathedral 3uild, in the Guild House of St. Ubaa's Church, Reports of committees were read and approved. Mrs. Waiter Tucker isan, president of All Hallow's Guild, -eported on the activities of the comn raittee on the beautifying of the rathedral grounds. Preceding the meeting, a commun on service took p lace In' Bethlehem Itapel. The celeflrants were Bishop larding. Bishop Perry and Bishop thinelander. PRESIDENT TO LAUNCH "WILLA MEMORIAL President Harding'will 1.. invited to break ground for the Roger Willims Itemorial statue, to be erected at Sin teenth street and Columbas road. The late for the ceremony has not yet been fixed, though it will probal ly be meld late this month. John D. Rhodes and Percy S. Fou ter called at the White House this morning to arrange an appointment b'ith the President for a delegatiop from the Reger William1 Memorihi Association Wednesday mornins', at which 'time the invitation will be made. COLUMBIA PARK CITIZENS TO HOLD INSTALLATION The Columbia Park, White House EWeights and Huntsville Citizens' As sociation will meet at 8 o'clock to morrow night at the Bernacle store of he association. The following officers will be in stalled: President. H. HI. Cook:;vc president, l0. H. Magruder: treasurer. I. .J. ('rowley; financial secretary. A. Forester; secretary, Charles D. Walsh, Lnd asditors, A. Beauvard, Albert aWhite, and Joh= Darmaclo. These Grl. Are Nfty Drmers Gentrol fuwduts Oakd optume Desiga To Enhanoe Art. Do the girls of Central High school know how to dress?. - The boys say they do! ' student, of the costume design department of Central today made & practical application of their study, and now all the girls know what to wear and how to wear Color harmony -was the basis of the meeting, and it was strikingly illustrated by pretty blonds and brunettes, who aeted as living models. A brief review of funda mentals in color combinations was followed by pre ntation of - the models in frock *hooe colors hdr monised with hair, eyes,* and ComD plexion. Students acting as inodels were Anne Hacker. Violet Ransom, and Ruth stabler. O April 1, the students will be addressed by Mrs Alies Bu chanan. om "MakiAg the Most of Tour -yebrows." GIRL BRIDE OF 15 TIRES IN 3 MONTHS Sues for Support, Alleging Her 19-Year-Old Husband Has Deserted Her. Married at the age of fifteen and in the divorce court three months later Is the record of Mrs. Harriet Anne Gaylor. who today filed suit in the District 08uprem court gr mainten ance. In her petition, the pretty little girl bride alleges her lnneteen-year-ld' husband, Keith M. Gaylor, desert e and failed to support #er. She askl the court to issue a de cree affirming the marriage as vplid, declaring that her husband, through him father. William H. Gaylor, of Mid dletown. Md., has entered suit againbt her in Montgomery county, for annul ment of the marriage. I Mrs. Gaylor, through her mother, Mrs. Lillian M. Tupper, declares the Maryland court Will pass the decree of annulment and that the plaintiff will not be able to defend it unless her marriage to defendant Is declared valid. FALL 0FFES OIL LEAS IN WYMG FOR SALE Secretary of the Interior Fall today offered for lease, under the prqvislon of the oil land leasing act 6,000 acres of oil land Irk the Sult Creek fields in Wyoming. The leases will be given to those offering the highest eash bonus, and no single person or corporation will be permitted to cure nore than 60 mse. Royalties win range from 25 per *ent to = 1-3 per cot. The leases will be sold June 1 at Douglas, Wyo. FAD IN SURGICAL CASES 1WNRN. April 12.-Pink cerginal stitehed~ro the vogue now. Before Mrs. Chajot, wife of the i4npresario and play ght. was operated on the other day tep surgeon saldj "What kild of stitches would you like, nink, blue, or purple?" Mrs Chariot replied: "Pink would suit, my complexion best." So pipk they were. TWo COUPLES ARE GIVEN ADOPTION PERMITS Justice Stafford. of the District nu preme Court. today signed an order authorising A. Herman Woody, of 650 D street soptheast. a clerk in the Bu reau of Printing and Engraving, and his wife. Bessie S. Woody, to adopt Katherine Mary Preston, whose name is changed to Woody. Robert Wright Braden end Rose Mfax Braden were authorized by Jus ties Hits to adopt Norma Ann Hood, wrhose name was changed to Braden. Japanese Prince Delays Visit. The wowh prince pf Japan wi not visit the United Mtates this year. but hopes to do so at some other tithe, the White House was informed by the Japanese embassy on advice. received from Tokyo. To Improve Hospital. The War Department has approved the expenditure of $94.000 for the onstruction of two new wards at the etterman General Hospital in Caeli fornia, It Ls announced. The new wards will be of concrete. Zionist Congress Plans. LONDON, April 12.-Preparations are being made for the assembling of the Zionist World Congress to werd the end of the coming summer, t was announced here. Elections to the congress are expected to 40e leld during JTuly. PUTISGO0DSOUT; 1E Gli"ISDIVORCE . That his wife left their home In New York suddenly, and put his personal effects on the front step to greet him when he name back from work, was the- charge ngade by W"ilfrId R. Dowling. or A~1'x and-ia, who today obtained a d* cree of absolute divorce in the cor poration court of Alexandria from Mrs. Theodora Dowling. Through Attorney Raymond Neu decker. the husband brought suit for divorce two months ago, charging wilful desertion and aban donment. The depositions showed Mrs. Dowling was never, heard frnni after h.'r disappearahe., al thougth her hiuchard maid' rnam -rout. attempts tn Rsedrtain whe're 'ie was Ti was alleged the de fendant wife had an "ungovern able temper and vast ideas of es travagace,." N4AIOFREAN OWN s of 150 to Tali Ledng Port in PrftIrsaM at Gnap Theater. More than 150 ohildren and several well-known ametagr thespians of Washington will participate in the "Irish Show" to be .held IPrday and faturday nit at Oonsaga Thaate. 46 I street northwest, under the aus pices of the Padraic H. Pearse Coun cl1 of thd*merican, Aseociaton for the Repognibon pf the Irish Republic. An interesting program, consisting of Irish soage and danoes, recitation of patriotic ailtnbers. playing of Irish bagpipes and other .4tects that go to esfake up a splendid entertainment will be offered. A chorus of 160 children, led' by Master LAttleton. of St. Aloysius choir, will sing "The Boldier' BoSng In the eitemble of the performance i4issell Burrojaghs, former membel of the American expeditionary forces, will "ing The Spys of Wexford" and "The Westh Awake," and Thomas Green will reelte '"Itb Up to Stay." a "Who Fears to Speak ol Easter 'eek." 'Shamus O'Brien,' the well-known Irish lyric, will be given by Martin Q. Hickey. Mar garet and Bessie Ctsh, Winifred Es sex and 01aya May will give in terpretations of Scotch Gaelic 'dane ing. A special corps of bagpipers from New York will furnish music for the occasion. ADVERTIEENENT. DmUfyHm& Beme HaMire If you want Ilbnty of thick. beau tiful. gloesy, silky hair, do by all means tot rid of dandruff. for it will starve your hair and ruis it If yo don't. -lt doesn't do6 much good to try to brush or wash it out. The only sur way'to get rid of dandruff Is to dis solve it. then you destroy it entirely, To do this. get about four ounces ol ordinary liquid ervon: apoly it ai nisht when retiring; gse emough tC moisten the scals and gab it in gent ly with the flager tips. By mornin most. If not all. e your dandrufF will be gone. and three or four more applications will com pletely disolve and entirely destrov every mingle sign and trace of it. You will Bud. to, that all itching and digging of the scalp will stop, and your hair will look and feel a hundred times better. You can gel liould arvon at any drug store. It is inexpensive and foq ounces is all you will need. no natter how much dandruff you have. This simple rom edy never falls. Will Provide for Your Old Age L=== ...g... H AT IS TMC 'It is known that the average life of a pair of eyeglasses is five years. You. should, h o woven, have ,your eyes ex amined at lease once every t wo years to ascertain whether their condition has changed. Your eyes wilt look after you better if you let us look after them. DENTOX ca wthed pa te eh-ram etgls Sthe gm rpsaeaple 5 PAW TO Os AT. N large Gir 0 Aan 1MFor Women .us *Iie Buu0l Nob l Fat iofL Now. Uttie G ' 2k $k .ot F0TrM li of GinghpAM Drosses Curtin Voil.,Sil Pied LMin . RMprs, $1.29CA $150 l~9c Yard Wmu~h 1 20 full bolts frouwihw I PCGZe special lt ot Little W il' number fa.Full Beautiful Gingham Dregs a an ISO wie0odserqaiti .vaw ~ cooe heclrad i clr floral. Oriental and bird designs ber- Te eelsm tan rer ,t a pai clorse S1fie 15 white piue and pancolor dari. with figure renda sllome collar aId uis:fnhewth iins xcelet for window or &To mer's s m a r t e s t smart sash. Sis 2 to 6 years. din5~'ori@._for SpRrinq or mummer um. 60asembmos-a-WrtA vis, modes. Their pre svailing themes are Littlc Tos $1.0oth~( , decidedly orignal R m., $1.29 Uttle B o Dutdr Romper of ifully unique com soft foish ep, with white mards waist and pink. blue. ~ sd 32-inch PegyCoh* aee nations oftesea tan rumer. with c9jis andlrge fabric for eblidrem"*'rs we tboys' oson's most fasgion button.. suits and women s wear. ,IS Igh Borr dark color gru9d Ii rti able colors. effct. an well ali colors. cob af W011M 3ucoi Warranted absolutely fset colors. Women's ton BiodAo, 4r H 82-inch Tiue Voinames, a Suprdainty, fine quality material for Rvl-Tu'wwd Fu Feud Lily Tu'iNNO UP O Osummer frocks. In beautiful plads Td hi' N $139 Paira0 Beautiful styLs for the mafrbecolmn Women's Matins and Velveteen .,* . styles for the matron--for street, frdress, for Boudoir Slippers. in an assortment 69 EUfin .I&Uinoralocins of pretty shade with m-pom and i straw soles: O1"* 3 tot 3& Yr d The pleasure of choosin is enhanced by Boudoir Slippers 95c Full "antew White Table Oil- pricing remral o o uhcai n ul clth. seconds of the standard e Women's Cretonne Boudoir Slif- quality. offered' for Wednesday at Ity. I Perm. with pom-pom ad straw soles: 133c . Fe iuits andVwomen'swwear. ortWd colort siass 4oto u7. t eetcolos. 9tie WehpietmTb. A4tIunmu Upped A Sale of Women's and Misses' $27.50 and $29.75 Spring Suits 89 Newest Styles A Th ely Pucbsed at Favored Fabrics $ 1 a___ 1 0 WY ABSiSs Savings About 125 smart-looking Spring Suits-all fresh and new-comprising an unusual purchase of a manufacturer's surplus obtained at price g~inurnfjle dalX, concessions that mean big savings to every n a rt woman and young miss who attends this event tomorrow. The values offered at this price $19.75-are really amaAng, quality, style and G mm workmanship considered. Th BeSsif Materhism Are Ts4ofine and Freb at $119 Sore-.@ Seamsn's paiversal Faverites rons gooquality.n blue. piUN and lavender aIs The smart-looking styles include the Ripple, t with braid: elastic fnilshed waist: full-cut glues. Box Coat, Embroidered, Pleated ind Tailleur -"'' Flow Suits; modishly trimmed with silk braids or silk Extra Sim Aprons, stitchery. All are lined with silk, either plain or $1.98 fancy.- Choice of navy and black. Sizes for W double-serv misses and women. with set-in in ses ad woen.sleeves and adjustable belt: made 6~du -.4 Uad Floo., of guaranteed fast-color Vercales - a uIn- up pea Wat 89e $1.39 aa Two Trouser Suits A grade of superior excellence; firm woven crepy 7 to 17 Sou- Y"'i 1u, finish quality with beautiful luster-the ideal silk for YOM OpU . E& Sibs spring and summer. In a large assortment of wanted street and evening shades, including white, flesh, pink, light, Another lot of these sterling values on blue, brown, black, etc. All are 40 inches wide. sale tomnorrow-an event of economic 0Satin 11interest to mother. Well tailored, in . x40-inch Satin Charmeuse. all pure silk. rich satin face quality: In tewoot bcsbthypis, of knickwearsn lle blue, black brown and white. $2.00 Satin D h ., $1.69 -throughout; all seams taped and rein 35-inch Black Satin Duchesse. a heavy satin face quality, all forted. Sizes 7 to 1 7 years. pure silk: for coats and street costumes. Gliedmhervok.-Third Floor. $1.25 Silk Ponge. 9c 33-inch Natural Tan Pongee, a rich Ibstroun a Il-il quality. Im ported from Japan. Goienvbe '*-Pit 01eer.a Women s Satin Stripe Hose 459c White Voile of $2.50 Values Full 40-inch and Wide . e .4 White Chiffon Voile of beautiful sheer two-ply quality. A special lot of Women's Satin Stripe Hose, a supe the most desirable cotton weave for tharming blouses and or grade with mock seam back. In black and a number frocks. These are 40 Inches wide. of street shades. These are classed as "irregular" weaves 0on account of slight defects, which in no way affect the $2.00 Longdoth, wearing qualities nor appearance. At this low price It will pr k $1.79 a2t be wise to buy seeral pair. oh afNt Impa E h 36-inch White hadow Check 29c Hose C 69c Lile 3cfh at*rl Tan Pon, ainish quality, for lifere. . 59c Whie Voil ItyFul 40-1 yrsInec ich 99 oks 9 ity ~li 0 ars i ech iee. $1.25 IWte V(3ilet Women's Mediumw 'ght Cot- Children'. F'ull-fashioned Top MOc W ite Organdy, oHope. in blackol; out-Rse Stocks, of merceried lisle, In 89C 1:ith ri bbed garter tops. sea&- romper ishades with colored 35c 45-inch Imp orted NNVhite rhiffon less and perfect quality, stripe turn-over tops: alsmo plain~ White. C Voie ofeertwo-white with colored striped top. Oh otdsre cotton a ve foe tharngS e blouses twandeduer'rsFe, pretqaiy 40-inch White Ogad.avr grade, with the nppearaipre of __________________Floo__perectqality fine, sheer, cobweb nish qualIt chiffon cloth. The extra width is for dainty summer waists ant an added feature. Auts hputo dresses. ssegv*VrtFor " wSiu f cSotk Jeor Petotinohts $150 Seamless Sheets, 9ny ,k e y 'Mill Iwegulavs11111-Slz Duh-Bd Regular $4.00 0 n Bl eac hedr and Seamless Sheets, 8 1 x9o Inches, of Values, at . . $2 9 excellent quality and will give long wear with the hard- We were fortunate enough to secure another lot of est of every-day usage. . Termed "run of the mill" be- high-grade petticoats, fashioned of Kayser Tricot Silk Jer cause of 'slight hurts which do not impair the service- sey, a grade noted for its wearing qualities as well as for ability, its beautiful and stylish appearance. All the very smartest 39C Pilow Cases, 1kc 'Nhiti color combinations, made with fancy flounces. Corre'ct 9 2%c Cambric, 12 cut to conform with the new spring suits and dresses. All 42x36 Bleached Pi)w Cases, I 36-inch White aobric- a lengths. flp, close-woven grade, free fine, cloan woven. soft-finih from starch or dreaning. I waltsity, for gener] um-. Gldembergs--irt Fee Women's Mxtra-lxe gtine Petticoats. riv'g. issrwa' q ii, blue, brown taupe and grSy. hmarts inxe9 in 0u'V1,-i t. nc'ui cut and well made. give long welarwt hladr.