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If HAIR IS TURNING
GRAY, USE SAGE TEA Here's Grandmother's Recipe ea esiu tto Darken and Beautify Best aabe pase vs ppdesa Faded Hair. bb ebeautiful, even shade of dark, gloTy hair *n onib be had ,,NINE by brewing a mixture of Sage Tea -id[ aud Sulphur. Your hair I you chair. It maktem or mr the face. When It fadew, turn gray or streaked. Just an appi.ation or two of Sage and Sulphur enhancer It. appearance a hundredfold. Hro's Grandoto prepare the abn 00601 bh 80111 he* . ture; you can get this famous old tee be aM I, s sbsamTa recipe Improved by the afdituon of other ingredients at a small cost. all ready for use It I called Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Corn Mo hr pound. This can always be de O" T.1 W66 1 h".iN" pended upon to bring back tho natural color and lutre of your "~M L b&Mb " WbtIM hair. -.Ni~ i adada C46 is 34 Everybody uses "IWfyeth's sagei hMI& 6b" Inh3 6P& A" 6tIdw. ofd Sulphur Compound' now be AI119 bd AV " cause it darkens so naturally and oeaI' that nobody can tell it has MIUP CPNO aw110100 leWA eenapplied. You simply dampen ra sponge or soft brush with it andi draw this through the haiton Ing one small strand at a im by . a l morning the gray hair has disap peared, and after another applica MON, tin it becomes beautifully dark, and appears glosy and lustrous. SBus ryess Gre at I HOS UING 19,610,00 PEOPLE9Rcrsketb h About 19,000,000 people are insuredReod kptb th in the Mropoliten --vver 16,000,000 decrease in the death rate a dereweekly premium policies. The i weekly calls of Agents at the policy- piu 91wt 91 o ~ holders' homes provide a waourful have been if the 1911 death ri opportunity for health and welfarb work. What brought about th4 The Company has accepted theh opd portunity and to-day is at the fore- The genteral public h front of public health work in America. other causes, perhaps. But -ncarried on by the Metopolit 14,000,000 VISITS By TAe The FMky cwas f Avi is given to In dustrial policy-polder in 2,800 cities pnd tow-s. Trained nurses not onlyr heal the sick but teach right living. About 14,000,000 visits have been MT Fr n uade-2,11675 in 1921 alone. Num erous letters tell of lives saved. ,80 c Li1fe0ithee IDISCOVERNG DI9SS IN TIM HALEY FISKE, Pr..' Free medical examinato often diN closing inkpient disease in time to cure Busin it, are granted to ordinary (annual premium) polity-holders, subject to Assets - - - ~rgasonabia owiditioee. Larger than She Increase in Assets duri - Larger than Sim Liabilities - - NELPING TKl EMPLOYER Surplus - - T pP Income in 1921 f 1gmoplo~yrh insuring their employees Larger than tader Group policies are advised re- Gain in 1921 - - - geihg health conditions and accident Lrger ha t th prevention. while the employees re. Total Inurance placeds cTive the benefits of nursing service and Mg r pUl hWA - welfare- literature. Ga- 2n In-uac nF - othe alss Amount of uta carriedTonEbyther ethapolte erousumberrsofePoliclivsssaved Poree pediaeaatos of tealh n dis- w~.gee clsing pnpent byiseasin eimets, cureAmutpdtoPlc itregrted o rd in oar, (a8-nnualA S p pre00m0in 1921.hldrs AmoubjectPo to-o rIsna adaditions. 0,0 oiso in lsA on EnTaers insuring hthi emgloye sa ud anuapliey. avse e gAd Cealt conTis and W Acidenta~~ .Yar Aet Ip revaonbwhale . the metro ceia e dn the beens furin g re and t 11 S1,2,96A Atrate htpoket manidipalhlths 111 sl,2m9 12 inugeest vaity deangwrth tuer duisibue dropdct.S far 1238,-eCopny sus 1500,000 n 1921. nfat tsOdnayi TheeCompany alsoalss. "The CompanyeO tha F the SHIPPING BOARD BOATS to have been usyematieally leoUni ARE LOOTED BY THIEVES the ships for the last montit. Brans fittings, parts of engines, PEEKB-ILL, N. T., March 27.- table silver, linens, and various Articles totaling more than $400.000 other objects easily removed have in value have been stolen from the been taken, according to the au 164 United States Shipping Boaordithoritie,. who believe the thieves vessels at anchor in the Hudson had carried their plunder to the opposite here all winter, it was an. shore across the ice, which recently nounued today by the local police. broke after having hemmed in the Local officials have been called fleet for several months. There in by Federal operatives to assist are approximately 600 officers and in Iracing the thieves, who are said men aboard the idle ships. In five minutes "Pape's Diapepsin" ends Indigestion Gases Flatulence Sourness Acidity Palpitation . .. Oapepain relieves stom- st. Slid then ie You should eat ach distress in five minutes. You something which doesn't agreewith donyou, If what you eat lays like lead,' don't, want a slow remedy when ferments and sourn and forms gas; your stomach is bad-or an uncer- causes headache, dimsiness and nau tain one-or a harmful one-your mea eructations of acid and undi stomach is too valuable; you gested food-remember as son as mumn't injure it with drastl-drugs. flaps's DIapepsin comes in contact Pape's eiapepsin ir noted frr its with the stomach all indigestion pead in giving relief. tt harmless-1, vanishes. It is the most e fiient ness. its certain action In zegulatnt known-the certaindy and Pap's iappsi is nd o i t ih th omah al indigemston ing nick. sour, gassy stomachs, case with which it overcomes stom Keep this perfect stomach doctor ach and digentive disorders is a in your home--keep it handy-get a revelation to those who try it.-Ad large sixty-cent case fromi any drug vertisement. Statement I Luman Rec, V WAS IT DONE? Ietropolitan Life Insurance Company show an extraordinary mong its Industrial, or weekly premium, policy-holders. Coal- 1 ample, there were 55,000 less deaths in 1921 than there would , kto had prevailed. e i great saving of life? 1 lth movement-- progress in medical science and sanitation a iery great factor has been the tremendous health campaign in itself. This page tdlls a part of the story. 10POLITAN murance Compainy wd by the 11116s of New Yeek. A Muftal camps, d p ident FREDERICK H. ECKER. Vice-President ss Statement, December 31, 1921 ---------------- 5$1,115,583,024.54 se of any aker Insuranc Company in the World, g 1921 - ' - - - - - - $134,669,937.37 1 of any 0ther Insurance Company in the World -- - - -. - - $1,068,341,845.04 P - - - - - - - - - $47,241,179.50 " - - - - - - - - - $301,982,699.39 0 of any other Insurance Company in Ike World - - - - -$ 38,462,919.41 n I of any eter Insurance company in the World. , nd paid for in 1921 - - - - - $1,564,789,607 0 Ver bea placAd sn one year by any other Company in the Wor. d rce in 1921 - - ---- --- $625,695,325 at of any ether Com pony in the World. ading Insurance------ -- --$7,005,707,839 f of any other Company in the W.,Id. mive of Industrial) Insurance in Force - $3,892,267,274 of any ether Coin spny in the World. arce December 31, 1921 - - - - 25,542,422 of any other Company tin A neerica. s paidinl1921----- -- -------323,531 7 aim paid for aswry 27 sec-onds of each. business day of hekous. olders In 1921---- -- -- ----91,348,472.968 licy-holders aseragfed $6.30.)16 a minute of each business day of S hkours. ern payable in 1922, nearly - - - $16,000,000 Lers and Beneficiaries since Organiza Invested for their Security - - - $2,047,692,135.07 H IN TEN-YEAR PERIODS t nd of Year Surplus at End of Year F at dPo, a es Farce at End o ea d o Vesurs er 8l3,64.21 1691 88,069,833.18 1891 2,21,640 886,707,7IS 1891 1ii 74,771,786.56 1901 9,968,694.23 1901 6,864,83 1,076,977,204 1001 t 352,78,9.36 1911 32,939.489.87 1911 12,007,183 2,399,873.,6? 1011 1l5,5I3,024.54 1921 47,241,179.0 1921 25,842,422 7,003,707,889 1991 W' icies from a Hundred to a Million Dollars of Insurance. tU now larger than it. Industrial. is Health and Accident Policiee--mnimum $5,000. EA TEST 4 PLACED IN ORDINARY BUSI 4 GAINED IN REDUCTION of M4 4 in FORCE IN HEALTH and WEI e. BY the People. FDR the Pinonis.'-onm P. H~em CRIME SCENTED IN, DISCOVERY oF RIER FLOATER Well-known Colored Resident of Poolesville, Md., Believed to Have Been Slain. ROCKVILILE, Md., March 27. The mystery surrounding the disap pearance of Frank Eaker, thirty three years old, well-known colored residept of Poolesville district, was cleared Saturday when his body, showing unmistakable signs of foul play, was discovered floatinq in the Potomac River. An examinatien- of toe body dis closed that the hack of the head had been badly crushed. State's Attorney Thomas L. Daw son, Sheriff Alvie A. Mosley and Deputy Sheriffs .1. Stanley Gingell and Clifard L. Howard at once got busy and spent the greater part of Saturday night in the Poolesville neighborhood. As a result of their investigations. Irene Baker, the dead man's widow, and her brother, Maurice Nokep, (of Poolesville dis. trivt, and Clarence Pinkett, of Lou doun county Va.. were placed unde( arrest and they are now in jail here. hat is ard FOR THE NATION'S HEALTH 144 health exhibits and emergency copitals at county fairs last year; 295 Clean-up" campaigns; agitation by gents for health legislation; nation ide campaigns against special dis maes; sckness and sanitary surveys: study of municipal health depart ients; leadership of practically all merican research wnrk relating to kfuena--these are some instances of we Metropolitan's activity in the iterest of public health. HOUES FOR 17,744 FAMIIES In the investment of its funds, the letropolitan is now giving preference >loans which will aid housing. During )20 and 1921, the Company made and edged loanr of 68,080,017, on new wellings and new apartment hmises, roviding homes for 1 7,744 families. GREAT DECLINE IN DEATH RATES The death rate among Industrial rAicy-holders reached its lowest point I 1921-31.9% lower than in 1911. he rate from typhoid decreased 71%; iberculosis, 49%; Bright's disease, early 30%; infectious diseases of chil 'en nearly 37%. The "Expectation Life" of white males reckoned from re 10) increased 4 years. PUBLIC APPRECIATION The American people have made the etropolitan the greatest life insurance unpany in the world, with $7,005,. 17,839 insurance in f orce. It leads not only in ladustrial but in rd inary . Mere than kalf of stsbusiness force is Ordinary -I,82,27,274 bich is more than that of any Comn nay in the world. THE FUTURE The Metropolitan will continue its deavor to offer the best there is in e, health and accident insurance, and save human life. Continued growth til give the Company still greater sportunities to serve the American opie in insurance protection and in le conservation of ie and health. NESS in FORCE [)RTALITY 4FARE WORK VOTERS TO HOL0 MASS MEETING IN ILEXANDRIA Candidates for the City Coun oil of Five Will B. - Nominated. ALEXANDRIA. March 27.-A masa meeting of the voters of Alex andria will be held In the Elks' Hall on Prince street thio evening for the purpose of nominating ran didates for the council of five, which will in turn elect a eity 'fman. ager. who ill have entire charce of the running of the city. The election will take place next June. The meeting was cailed by J. E. W. Timberman, tetsporary chair man, and C. H. Callahan, tempo. rary sacgary. ' The meeting will be largely at tended, it is expected, as it will be nonpartisan and wide open. The Paulist choir, under the di rection of the Rev. Father Finn, will give a sacred concirt In this city next month. The Rev. John Lee Allison yes terday announced to his congrega tion that the sum of $1,100 had been raised in cash and ple4gee for the work of Christian education, which campaign was recently closed by the members of that church. Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Catherine Schrier Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Smith, to William J. Anderson. of Washington. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. George F. Dudley at 8t. Stephens' Church in Washington Saturday. Melvin Page Thompson. four vear-old son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Page Thompson. died at his parents' home in Fairfax county yestcrday. A rneeting of Williard Women's Christian Temperance Union will be held this afternoon at the home of Mrs. 0. B. Pierpoin', V I North Columbus street. "The Love That Never Fails" was the subject of the sermon de lvered by the Rev. D. M. Martin at Trinity Methodist Church yes terdav morning. Last evening; Dr. Martin gave a "Descriptive Lecture of the Holv Land " ACCUSE BOGUS CLAIRVOYINT OF ROBBING CLIENT Ashland. Ky., Medium Disap pears With $8,000 Fee From Grocer. A*ILAND. Ky., March 27-The sudden disappearance of Prof. C. (. Gilbgrt. spirittiallatic medium. who is charged witW defrauding one, of his clients out of $8,000. in tor turing the souls of scores of prom inent men and women of three States who sought aid of the clair voyant. Chief of Police W. B. Gainey raided Gilbert's apartments after C. B. Boater. Huntington (W. Va.) grocer, preferred the fraud charge. lie seized bundles of letters and cards from the professor's customers in Kentucky, West Virginia and Ohio. These missives. all bearing the writers' signatures, were of highly confidental nature. According to Gainey, they con tain: Admissions by meny wives in their own handwriting that they have broken their marriage vows and requests 'that the spiritualist aid them. Similar admissions from husbands, many of then respected community I leaders. Reoquests by many wives for in-' formation as to where their hus hands go wpien they arrive home late at night. Similar requests from many hum bands. One of the writers asked the, medium for a good receipt for mak ing "home brew" and several asked how they could lin the affections of members of the opposite sex. PREMIER LOSES BAGGAGE ON WAY BACK TO LONDON L.ONDON. March 27-Duzriner~ ble return from t'ri(cleth. WVales. to London today. Premier Lloyd George lost his baggage, containing the draf.t of a resolution to be moe in the House of ommon. next month expressing confidence In his Genoa program. S5oothing and Healing the home remnedo' for skin ills Speedily altays the Ismart and sting of minor skin inju in rshes To1:ie the a~dedps use mild clenmain~ Desinol Sa -iTALAbIIROYA : a The Shopping Center-lith and G Streeta EstaMebhed 1877. A. aimser, Prop. :Bargain asement Day: fl Tuesday-Tomorrow IDomestics! a The extraordinary feature of this "Basement * Day" sale will be these Domestics, immense quan * tities of which have been bought at prices less U than likely to be duplicated in the near future. 9 Tomorrow will prove an End-of-the-month Sale 5 * long remembered by our Bargain Basement . patrons. Feature No. 1 Feature No. 3 36-in. Sheeting Lace Pieces " 573 Pieces in All 12c yd. J/of a Regularly at 20e 7 0 ff Filet Lace Scarfs, Center- 0 Just 3.000 yards of this pieces and Doylies ar here, serviceable U n b I e a c h e d marked at 25c to $4.00. De- I Ssheeting--in mill lengths of duct one-third from the price g 2 to 10 yards-at 12c yard. marked on each piece selected Tomorrow-Bargain Basement here.U Tomorrow-Brgain _ Be Tomorrow-Bargain Basement Feature No. 2 Feature No. 4 0 32-in. Ticking Table Cloths 1 and Napkins' 25c yd. 3 Best-Featherpreef 5 Choice of tan and white and Each set comprises a Pat brown and white stripes. Mill tern Cloth-ready to use lengths-but plenty sufficient and one dozen napkins to for making pillows, etc.--at match. Choice of beautiful 26cyd.patterns as in higher coet5 S25c yd. damasks. $3.98 set. Tomorrow-Bargain Basement Tomorrow-Bargain Basement Table Cloths-75c to $2.29 Samples-hemmed, scalloped and hemstitched. U Bought and to be sold at very much less than * a regular prices. A passing opportunity. 0 " 4,000 Turkish Towels at 25c Each U Some are ribbed-all are extra heavy double thread U towels worth considerably more than 25c. Get a sup. U ply-while you can, tomorrow. 3,800 Turkish Towels at 39c Each - U Such splendid values-that all our regular stock of " 50c towels are to be included for Basement Day * at only 39c for them. " 30-inch Wide India Linen, 15c . 0 Nearly a mile of this ever popular fabric is here 0 * and should be all sold tomorrow. Full pieces-sheer 8 quality-special at 15c yard. 36-inch Nainsook, 10 Yards $1.39 " The extra sheer quality-soft finish-making needle- a work a pleasure and daintiest lingerie the result. 10- * yard piece for $1.39. : 18-inch Napkins-12 for $1.29 Of damask in pretty stripes. dots and floral pat-* terns. Hemmed-ready to use. Special at $1.29. Limit of 3 dozen to a purchaser. . Lace-Trimmed Dresser Scarfs, 25cM SThese scarfs measure 17x50 inches-500 of them U have been picked up at a bargain price-and passed U on to our patrons. " Knitted Wash Cloths-Superior-5c:. U Usual 5e cloths are NOT superior. We sell, these U really superior cloths regularly at 7%~ c, which is a *low price. Tomorrow at 5c each. :Women's Gauze Lisle Vests-2 for 45c:* * Summer weight-buy them tomorrow at the sale * *price and be glad later. Sizes 40 to 44-low neck, * asleev'eless and lace trimmed. - 39c Lisle Hose-2 Pairs 59c" SWomen's fine gauze hose-fashioned with seam and Sstrengthened with elastic garter tops. Black and U white; sizes 9 and 10. * Buster Brown Hose-2 Pairs 25c: U Boys' and Girls' Black and Brown Hose, with rolled * * cuff tops. Sturdy hose. made to sell at 29c pair. To- U morrow-2 pairs 25c. te.39c Sports Hose-2 Pairs 50c " Juveniles'-with wide flat rib-'double heels andi U itead Alsizes-6 to 11 inclusive. 2 pairs for 50c..- * inseadof78c. Save twenty-eight cents. : Bloomers and "Step-ins" at 50c : * Women's-nainsook, crepe and batiste-pink, white* and blue, also bud effects. Full cut and with rein forced gusset. Choice for 50c. . $1.69 Quality Silk Hose, $1.39 aWomen's full-fashioned all-silk hose with reinforced afeet. Black and cordovan In 9 to 10 sizes. F'irst Squality-at $1.39. U Tomerre'-fn the Palais Royal Bargain Basement.