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NEES-BILE, BE SAYS
Judge W. F. Norris Addresses Exten
siou Worke of Y. M. C A.
The extension workers of the re
l1giots work department of the Young
Mens. Christian Association held 'their
closing banquet of the season at the
association building last evening.
The menu was served by members
of the boys' department f the asso
ciation. under direction o W. R. Mc
Millan and Miss Hattle Huxley. Homer
J. Councilor. chairman of the religious
work and extension committee, who
acted as toastmaster. introduced Judge
W. . Norris, the principal speaker.
"The times,' he said. "are out of
joint, and will be until the affairs of
nations are administered in accord
with the principles of the New Testa
Among those present were Rev.
John R. Esais, W. 0. Hiltabidle, Judge
W. F. Norris, Homer J. Councilor,
Charles Main. McKinley Kreigh. Ashby
Jump. Mehrle Hardy. J. L. Hafteym.
A. C. Newkirk, Arthur Orr, R. J. Bar
nett. C. C. Mullady. R. L. Calvert. John
W. Camp. Forrest Curtis, Ward Rubbel.
Walter H. Shipman. Charles K. Kin
sella, Elwood F. Boss, W. R. McMillan.
Robert D. Vyrbank. Charles B. Bell.
Charles E. Miner and Page McK.
Mme. McCarty to Lecture.
"Echoes from the War Zone" will be
the subject of a lecture at the Raleigh
at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon by
Madame Pernet McCarty, of St. Louis.
The lecture will be for the benefit of the
French soldiers. Madame McCarty will
lecture under the management of Miss
Kathryn Lear. of 2817 North Capitol
street. In addition to the lecture a must.
cal program will he rendered by Miss
Helen Bloch. soloist. and A. F. Gordon,
SOUTHERN MD. FARMS
St. Mary's Co., Water Fronts. All sizes.
HOWARD & FREEMAN,
. Leonardtown, Md.
CEMAL - FACING
14 A.W. SMITH
OCEAN CITY N. -
FOR SALE AND FOR RENT-EVERYTHINI
the nareet has to ffer lUted in this office
CLAYTON HAINS BRIK. 43.1 th st., Ocear
City New Jere
THE BEREL and Wey A
Right on the Beach
MIIS. W B. LYNCH.
The Ideal Resorts
for YOUR Vacation
sp.atd surf bating. Emese
deep sea and still water fiftig.
Best crabbing. ine roads for
motoring. LOts of amusements.
Canmrts dafty In new aditartum
by portion of the Phfladelpha
Orchestra under leadership of
Fast. frequest trains em bet
P. A. R. "ad .ead.ng
Ask the tiet ageMt
Te booelit as run
Wndweed. . .
Open all year; ateam heat, hot and cold runnin
- .tr; privae Daths; -n Tar or. Cerne upend t
ek-end F W. & A. McMURRAY.
The Lyndhurst Avnu,
Three doms from Beach. 18th seasoc. Hates, X
to s l y k Breklet.
MRS;. WM LD)FTELD. Prop. and Ownar.
THE COLONIAL $ree.
JOHN H. COLEMAN, Prop.
American and Eurepeas Plan.
Caterig to a I
OPPOSITE HOT AND COl
A. E. WAI
m- - = m - m
. M "H
F Holtaclaw's. 1705 Pennsylvania Ave.
N. W.; Garrison's. 1404 Ferten
Femrecentlh St. N. W$Jells Ciar St
- m. ... m .
Ilteuma =41so am to srila?
yen, my deaseft d tr
Hang your edides a h a Jmb. '
But don't so nar the water.
How silly this ounds and yet how
sillier it is for- people to go not only
near the water. 'but in the water and
on the water, when they do not know
how to swim. Every year. particu
larly in summer, hundreds of drown
ings occur which might be averted
if the victims of these tragedies knew
Ihow to take a few wtrokes and keep
afloat until aid could reach them.
Swimming should be mad&-W conrpul
sory as the rudiments of education
Every child of school age should
know how to swim and, if necessary,
should be taught to do so at the ex
pense of the state.
"Socialistic." you say. No, just
common sense! We no longer allow
children to grow up illiterate. After
carefully bringing them through all
of the stages of modified 'milk and
scientific diet we send them to kind
ergarten. teach them vertical writing
and carry them on to higher mathema
CHAMBER ASKS M'ADOO
TO JOIN BEACH PARTY
Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo has
been invited to accompany the members
of the Chamber of Commerce on their
outing to Chesapeake Beach on Wednes
Final details for the excursion will be
ai ranged at a meeting of the outing com
mittee tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock in
I the Chamber of Commerce rooms. The
I final rehearsal for the mock trial scene
will he held at 11:45 o'clock tomorrow
Chairman Wainwright, of the sport
committee, has announced the following
ime-up for the football game:
Greens-P. T. Moran. captain; W. D
Barry. John T. Crowley. Hugh Harvey.
D. J. O'Connell. John Morris, F. O'Han
lon. Ward Savage. John C. Ronayne. John
J. Sullivan and P. J. Callan.
Purples--W. F. Gude, captain; A. E.
Beitzel. William Berens. Jr., T. I.
Beuchert, August Brill, W. R. Fosbender.
P- P. Fletcher. C. J. Gawler. A. Gude. H.
T. Offterdinger and John Schriner.
The line-up of the baseball teams fol
Sluggers-Joseph A. Burkhart. captain;
Henry Capp. John Capp. H. P. Cobey,
0 Dr. Lewis J. Battle. A. Leftwich Sinclair,
J. F..Slaven, Louis Ottenberg and George
Homers - George V. Buck, captain;
Thomas Grant, F. A. Van Reuth. R. E
Mann. M. A. Leese. Gardiner Johnson, R
P. Andrews, Fred Mersheimer and George
INN AND CAFE
PARK, N. J.
r ONe BtACH.
Shore Dimmers a Specialty.
zas on Coast
.D SEA WATER BATHS.
k fear mgre uissin Cou
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Presamted at-the Office of
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g.s.s e e asA OA willon asno s
adsa. -n hdbse ased Is P-er a ..
d.", . .f..e, ad&...d omW61se A. -. answe .n
tics, with never a thought that a head
ful of knowledge will not -keep them
afloat if, the Ugss., al'e filling with
water. Learn to Iwim. Teach your
children to swim.
But what has all this to do with re
modeled towns? It concerns us much,
because, whether you know how to swlin
or intend to learn, you must have a bath
ing suit. 'I am going to show you how
to have one even if it is made from an
old dress. The suit with the sash Vas
made from a dress of black charmeuse,
cut with kimono sleeves and a plain skirt.
Knickerbockers with "cuff" finish ae
shown in many of the suits this year.,
though for swimming the jersey or silk
tights will be more comfortable.
In this suit the "knickers" are cut
gored at the waist so as to avoid exces
sive fullness around the hips. The full
ness around the knees is held in and
stitched between the two layers of the
cuff just as a shirt sleeve is finished. Two
buttons and buttonholes enable the
bloomers to fit snugly about the knees
and at the same time to be "got out of"
eaily, which is the secret of a successful
Making the Waist.
The old sleeve was cut off quite short
and finished with a turned-back cuff and
buttons. The neck was cut square back
and front and finished around the back
and down the sides with a cord. In the
original dress there was a white vest.
This was removed and a flat piece of
goods taken from the. skirt was set in
and finished with a cord to complate the
square neck. The suit buttons down one
side and is finished on the other side by
buttons to match. A scarf of black and
white polka dotted silk gives a certain
dash to the suit when worn with a head
handkerchief to match. The handkerchief
is made from material by the yard. fin
ished with a stitch or picot edge. The
scarf is finished with two black tassels.
This suit. when worn without corsets, Ill
becoming, because the sash gives an easy
line around the waist and hips. The old
skirt was cut off to the proper length and
finished with a hem and three rows of
stiching. The waist and skirt are se
curely attached to a belt about three
Suit of Black and Blue Taffeta.
The other suit was made from a blue
taffeta dress and trimmed with a rem
nant of black taffeta. Dark bathing suits
are smarter and in better taste than the
brilliantly colored ones, although many
are the gay and festive models displayed
this year. In making any bathing suit it
will be found more secure if the waist
and suit are fastened together beyond the
shadow of a doubt that any wave can
put them asunder.
Making a= Adjustable skirt.
In this model I have, however, shown
you how to make the skirt adjustable
if you care sometimes to use only the
waist and bloomers. Here the waist
and bloomers are sewed to a wide. flat
PEIRnTRS G0 FISHING.
Prises for Big Catches Given at
A hundred members of the Washing
ton Typothetae went fishing yesterday
at Benedict, Md. Prizes were offered for
the biggest fish caught.
The committees in charge of the out
Preparedness-Lewis M. Thayer, Will
lam John Eynon. H. C. C. Stiles.
Autos-Byron S. Adams. T. J. Alleger.
J. C. Angel, R. Beresford, W. J. Brewer.
Henry Brewood, Cockrell Transcript Com
INenu-Commonwealth Printing Com
:rany. Crane Printing Company, W. H.
Delaney. John P. Dunn & Bro.; E. B.
Evans. Franklin Press. Gibson Bros.
Prizes-Francis R. Hughes. Judd &
Detweller. Albert F. Judge. National
Publishing Company. J. L. Pearson
Printing Office: Charles H. Potter & Co.
Finance-H. I. Rothrock, Shaw 'Bros.,
Franc E. Sheiry, Stoney & Co.. Wash
ington Printing Company, Marvin S.
iYoung Company, R. P. Andrews Paper
Oyster scald-Barnhart Bros. & Spin
dier, B. F. Bond Paper Company, C. C.
Curtis. Distriot of Columbia Paper
Manufacturing Company. Lanman En
Printing-Mathers-Lamm Paper Com
pany, Maurice Joyce Engraving Com
pany. Magill & Denham. Potomac Elec
trotype Company, Rose & Morris, Stan
dard Engraving Compariy.
Judges of fishing contest-Henry Bre.
wocd. Will B. Shaw, Charles F. Crane.
Offieers of typothetae-Franc - Shelry
president: Lewis M. Thayer, vice presi.
dent: W. H. Delaney, secretary and gen
eral counsel; Joseph L. Shaw, treasurer;
William John Eynon.
WEST VIRGINIANS TO MEET.
Will Celebrate Fifty-third liarthday
The West Virginla Society of the Die.
trict, will hold a meeting on Tuesdai
evening at 8 o'clock, at Pythlan Temple.
to celebrate the fifty-third birthday ,.i
their State. Secretary of War Baker.
former Senator Charles J. Faulkner. for
met Senator N. B. Scott. John W. Davis
solicitor, Department of Justice; Ray
mond B. Dickey. Philip B. Walker
Charles E. Peddicord. Gen. W. W. Scott
Col. C. Brooks Smith. and Conrad H
Syine, corporation counsel. District of Co
luinbla. have been Invited to address the
society. Some have accepted and othern
have promised to he present if in thi
Capt. James H. Pipes, secretary of
State; Capt. James A. Macauley, treas.
urer; Gen. James M. Ewing, adjutani
general, and CoL. Edwin Frey, who servet
under Governor William E. Stevenson
the second governor of the State, will bt
prsent. A musical and literary pro
gram has been arranged with the assist,
ance of William E. Braithawaite, Mrs
Raymond B. Dickey, Mrs. C. Brooki
Smith. Miss Helen Crennas. and Maurici
Prof. Willam J7. Oates' Orchestra wil
render a number of selections.
A short business session will he heli
to hear reports from certain oommnitteel
and to complete ar'rangemnents for' thi
picnIc, July 2B.
Penwomen Enlarge Society.
The League of the American Pen
women held a special business meet
ing Monday. June 12. at Publio 1,,1
brary, with the president. Miss Jessi.
A. Griswold, in the chair. The follow
ing members were elected: Nf.y3
E. Henry Ruffin, Mrs. Charl~ h
han. Miss Anna Bosemnan 7~~f rg
IHarry G. Donald. Mrs. Travis Tylel
Mrs. MiniaCne Mrs. PhoebeWe
Sad Miss Cletilde Redfean.
Iader this on the left side. A sailor col
lar and ti complete the neck. The sleeves
were cut oft, aq in the other suit and
belt, which Ib plentifully supplied with
buttons. The skirt is fastened to a Wide,
soft belt with a turned-up edge: merely
"fanciful" is this edge. Corresponding
buttonholes are worked in the belt, and
in this -way the skirt may be securely
buttoned on. Ordinarily I should make
this suit with separate bloomers, hav
ing waist and skirt sewed to the same
belt. In this old dress the front of the
waist was not adapted to a bathing suit,
so a new front was set on and finished
on either side like a jumper, edged with
a band of black taffeta. The suit fastens
finished wiha narrow band of taffe.
wider band I instead of a hem
on the skirt. The same material is used
for the cuff on the bloomers. If you
prefer your skirt longer, the bloomers
may be finished with a narrow band and
buttoned or buckled like a bny's knicker
backer. Elastic is useless for bloomers,
as the water soon makes it lifeless. The
cap is made of blue taffeta and black
ribbon and is to be worn over a rubber
LAUDS DEMOCRATS FOR
PLANK ON CRIMINOLOGY
"The National Democratic convention
at St. Louis is the first one of the great
political organizations of this country to
Indorse the principles of modern crimin
ology," yesterday declared Arthur Mac
Donald, anthropologist, of this city. "A
new plank has been inserted in the plat
form insisting on modern ideas in prison
reform. It not only indorses such prin
ciples in general, but mentions certain
features In detail, which especially con
ecrn the treatment of prisoners, both
while in prison and after they are re
"This plank advocates such education
and training as will prepare prisoners
for remunerative work after they leave
prison, so that they may have a chance
to lead an honest life.
"This is a most important factor of vo
cational education, which the reforma
tories for a long time have been endeavor
ing to develop, and in which they have
advanced much beyond the public
LICENSES ISSUED YESTERDAY.
4031--C. D. Eunney Co.. 73 7th ow.; lwd 1914L
40-L. V. Plffany, 11 Ontario road; Oldsnabile
o0s3--Herman Schrot, 617 Ia. ave. aw.; Pul-aa
403I-Max Laxmow, 1346 B at. na: Fbrd 134,
4301-,. M. Cook, 71-77 0 at. w.; led 191.
3M-Isaador Young. 614 La. am.; Mark 1913,
485W-Harry . Srhermerborn, 213 1ot at. Buidk
4o-Arthur Cranston, 123 Conn. avm.; jefer
09-J. R. Hopktin. M1 Park road; Overland 1S.
4101-Mary P. M. Crane, SK Park road; Onerland
4M-ary E. Matteson, 3086 Woodler road: lod
*10-8. & W. Patent Co., 13 H. 0. Bldg. ; 1b
4010-C, A. Rupprt, I= Hamline ns.: Fbrd Il&
40Ot-C. J. Parkinsm, 1119 14th st. nw.; Ford 1M1&
4W5-John H. Caton, 28 loth nw.; CadInac 1914,
40406--Samuel E. Browne. 215 F nw.; Franklin 1M15.
40*07-3hrs, Cora IV. Dea~n, the Champlan; Stude
40*1-R. E. Rusy, 1315 Park road: Foird 1916.
400-F. B, Wearer, 15e Wis. ave.; Pafge 1916.
40410-R. T. MlcKnew, 3 MIorrison; Maxwell 1955.
44411--Olioh Garase, 17 and LU sa ow. Husonr INs.
40417r-Giah Garage, 17 and U nw.; Marmn 1913.
4011K. V'. Hurrebaga. 3645 14th ow.; Paig. 1912
40414-P. L. Giowen. 1765 F at. nw.; Dodge 1916.
40415-J. C. Angel, 135 N. Y. aye.; Maxwrell 191
416--M. T., Davis, 1m 15th 4t.; Stearns 191a,
40417-John L. Hinea, lm N st. nw.; Hudson 1915
4041-A. K. P. Harvey, 15th and I: Overlanid 1916,
4041--Mrs. Anna Kf. Bayn., 36 16th at. ne.; Mitch.
40*1-3. F, Conway. 15W I 4t. ner Huso 19I5.
442L-E. C. Shade, 73 13th at. ow. ; Cadillac 1533
4013--PhIlip D., Brown, 1143 N, Y. are.; Cadilla<
403-oby Baking Cb, GIa. ase.; Ford 151.
42i-Ctrbr Baking Co., Ga. aee.; G. M.. C. 191,
40425-J. B. pecer, 1217 onn. se. Naina 196
mN-The. M. Judd, 617 E 4t. ow.; Buick 1916.
12-H. A. Lawrenson, 144% K ow; Overland 13.
NEW RABBI FOR AKOV SHOLOK.
Rev, M. Abrasso Aegegitg Vail Sn
Local Hebre'w Congregation.
Rabbi M. Abranlson, of Niagari
Fails, N. Y., has accepted a call to th4
Ahoy Sholomi Synagogue of this city
si tdat Fifth and I streets north
He officiated for the first time yes.
terday morning Tilis morning al
10:30 o'clock Jhe wlU address the chil.
dren at Sunday .~l At 4 o'clocle
this afternoon he wlif lecture at thi
synagogue on "The American Jew."
0. Thomas Dualop Gives Party,
Four hundred lawyers, business men,
court of~cials, 'arId society leadlers were
entertained by G. Thomas Dunlop, spresi
dent of the Lawyers' Club, at a stag
perty yesterday aiternoen on th spa
- oietis lawn of his estate at Hayes, neal
p Chbevy Chase rass There wie no forp
aas pre=g-s2 Refrbhmuotae w,.. es...e.
TO BEllED ON SUNIAT
'ive Hundred Entrants Expected to
Take Part in Demonstration
Week from Today.
Life-saving contests under auspices 01
he Aqueduct Bridge Life Saving Corps
rill be held In the Potomac. just above
)empsey's boathouse, next Sunday. Al
eady nearly 200 entries have been hand.
d In, and It is expected about 300 con.
estants will take part in the fifteen
vents to be run off.
A handsome gold medal to be awarded
he winner of the greatest number of
oints in the series of contests and a
liver medal for the winner of the Sec.
nd greatest have been donated by Presi
lent P. T. Moran. of the Chamber of
ommerce. Other suitable prises are ax
>ected to be donated for the occasion.
Maj. Pullman. superintendent of police
who has been chosen referee of the
svent. has taken a great interest lit
iafety precautionp along the river fron
Lnd hopes to reduce the number of river
,asualtles this year by half. At presen
he major Is making an effort to have
number of safety rings placed along
he course of the river.
Purdue Trainer Dead.
lafayette. Ind.. June 17.-Mr. Harry E
Snowy" Clark. 41 years old, for many
rears trainer of athletics at Purdue. Is
lead at a local hospital today. He re
eived much credit for the development
:f Glenn 0. Olyphant. the star athlete
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wa pay railroad fans. Expentnoe unne.ar
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WOMEN POit CITY AND 0O7NTRT. DEOT
few hours daily, earn endil income defeloptn
selling plan for beaut> creams. Write for partie
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artide. STANLEY & SMALL SALES CO.. B
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agents pladag sample, of new necesity wth ast
mobie owners. No selling, mnlectg, or dellerit
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gasoline in automobiles. Litl-Flend, new mecha
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SALESMEN FOR LARGE TIRE COMPA3
Apply in prwn between # and 12 a. w. Mond
14M 14th at.
WHY PAY MORE?
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Psarhased May aI, 191l.
Used Less Than One Week
Driven Less Than 250 Miles
Regular Faetery and Seryiee
OA. Be Beaght at Saving ef
Hurley & Earley, Imc
1220 CONNECTICUT AVE.
We nsay, June 21st, 191E
8 P. M. Sharp
TH CHILDRE OF HERDAC
1a the Operetta
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au adevile speele......
TICKETS, 25e. ..e e. .. ...
TIehets ezebaged for eeupen..
Coupe. sa1e Carrel luettte, 3 tl
p. urn.. lsae 1tha and lethe New I
ttmlTheata Som Seth and 3st.
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Of property, Umiag or other stock. pateets? Want
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THERE, eveerwhoae. Nat thee. ius. ter. Chano.
to jot many big ite cnttatl. Ad rtes. e per
word. Address "ADVERTUNITY." I" Altilano
OIL BOOM lb oN. TREMENDOCs DEMAN J
mtial supply massa alI ioestmnts IMp. Okla
bOma's big f=aIN. Bald Hill district mahiag ir
tone for th*Mo-a. We own acree; larwe well
all around uw. W. drill co-opeeniea weL. deoin
land to those wbo ia u& a or moe inosestd ne
may make tan 1e-6ta Reat bank refress for
ni"ed. Writs 1,ic,: free plata and Particulat.
OKLAHOMA OIL WELLs CO., : Stewart Bldg..
-PECIAL OWFERIN m. %,0r SARE AT SC
Per share. iead mbrription today. 5E a mora
District has roduced more than, i 05.E. We
want you to help us make this stock worth gs in
MW year. InveOston inrited. wnt winost.
Ile. Addres BREAVER MITNES COMPANY.
Continental Bank Baig., Ralt Lake (lty. t7tah
SAVE TIMlE: MAKE B RIG 3tNL. SURE
acIler: little work. THE BAVIT Co. 3M Hit
-t.. Buffalo. N.
BlUT OIL $TOCK-BIG, COMfPANY. ATHOR
ifed cP1tal cLonk. WI.M ;U: big odran- in stoek
soo: Oklahoma oil doubled I. pria; ground-Geo
rM1e0ostion, Im. dihidenda in M dan possble: tee
wells at once. Qunck a'e-t ftn yesr ney; S
buy. US)D par rolue stock. Canpanyv paid t
div11denda. Rtmit n. Write,. free inforngition
AMAIJAMATED1 OL (o.. lt Coleerd Bldg.
LUBBER YIRE STOCKS PAY BIG DITIDEND8
Writ# for circular of new oapny offering e
Onetional investwent opportunity. J. E. LEVI. a
Broad at., New Yort
WANTED COUNTRY BOARD.
YOUNG LADY IN DELICATE HEALTH WANS1
boned in nike Ontry boe near Washingtm
BOX No, Herald ofice.
ROO2 AND BOARD.
L3 K ST. .- LAHIIE 'O TVIIABLE
ro.o; So-thern expoore; rT.ate bath. unexcille
1as K ST.S w.-SINt.LE t.00k. SEcONb
Soon front:- c~tonveit to bath.
6eorge Washinoon Univarsit
Jane 2-August 4
r Clasm 5s a. 1.. 4:N5:34 and 5: 4:0 p. n
Cour.. h. taken t,, al s oients M,
regular atdotra. who may count then toward thet
d eregular rse may be teun at thi session.
SecretAn. Masonie Trrple. Main *60.
Grades and High School
Summer Spanich, Mlathematics. Etc.
Educational Dept.. Y. I. C. A., 1736 (
tUR SALE-19161 OVERLAND TOUtRING CA3
model ; rpm len than -.** m!Ies; for quick .
$6L Apartment 5. 7e Cumerland
BROKEN .AST IRON AND OTHE METAL
01eb autogenos Proem STEAM AUT
SHOP. 14 X. J. ave. nw. Linola m
FOR HIRE-AUTOMOBILE. 51.V PER HOt7
flee -aenger touring ear; clan car and proms
sereia guarantasd. Phone Linoo 3UL
1. MOVING. PACKING. STORING.
Free moving for st.
&Xre. X. 3343 or N. 3a"
STORAGE CO.. 1a I
141gh1t Pol. N. 6002,
rPEWRlTERS FMR RENT. 7 0M to- TO
A per month. etratonum free; atisfactine guam
- td. 1431 ast Capitol at. Linano 3M
TYPEWRITER RENTAL BiCVYEK
W North ML IM lat st. aw. fora-rty a BMaali
plaen. Monarchs rented $:.n5 par s==.e: 3 meet
O$4: mont. 751: No. 6 Remnginton, $I: L
SmithA. IL i and Sta: Undorwooda, n--lmlee
IL Beductiona it paid 3 or 6 months in a m
IF Reabilt typewtes for mia.
6111 K ST. RW.-VNEXCELLED TABI
- board; two meas. 8.0 per weeK
a WANTEI-BY MIDDLZ AGED WHITE WOIA
place a househeeper; good cok. Arply Her
ffior. -, 11th t. n.
WORKINGMEN-CNLESS UNFYRESEEN Cl
0u-anst prrornt. ther. is n0 reaso why
.. shid take a back seal; stck ia here. lots of
and aomne ne grade sightly 'sed cata and rests
V1 to 5. and that's Ir and eres cash for
buyer One Trice. JU5TH'S OLD FTAND. 613
YOU ARE INVITED TO CALL
We Have Some Very Helpful
Goods For You.
or ~We sell them
A large botLe of Herb.l Gond Health Medie:
sl. Root a.nd Herb Tablet* for -ontipation .
indigestion. 1oc and Me. Tablet, foe gamas. a
stonach, 10c. Losengeu for dr, husky throat.
and 10,. Bathing Minbr. 10- Herb Mixture
my make a laxative and blood-ptrifytng drink or '
10c and 5c. Heahng Syrp for eiigh and thi
trouble. I5e Liniment for Palo and achet.
Heaong Ointment for wr. cot.. hwelling, p
etc. Automatic tmbaler for headache. catarrh, e
lit. Foot-help Prder for event, troubtl-d feet.
Tak-um Powder, Sc. lMc. 15c. cnd -:t. Fce P
drs, 10, 15c, and 3c. Hailr Potma, 's Dre,
10e. Vegatal F'ace ('ream. 10e. Tooth ibwdier.
R haring Powder. Ic. Perfurne. Ta- Starn
Powder. I00. Odorcuot Powder, 10e' Smoeng Ht
and (Sgarettw, Se. Soap. Se and 10c. Mier Pn:
I0c. Jeff Walking an Rod. I0c. Indian tolls,
and S. Indian and Car.e, '5c. Zulu Ktd.
Folding Scisors, 10-. Sin-ln-One Podret eret.
10c. Coin Vanisher, l0c. Moon and Star Pu..
10c. Ball V'anlihing Vaar, 10. Wooden Sand 31
I0c. Combination Mfeaaedtin'er, funnel.
Strainer-lie. Karoo, greet momend inarument.
Wild Cherry, Haorehounod, Sassafras, andi M
Candy. In a bog. Health Heets and Root. a I.
INDIAN W1G.WAM HERB REMEDT
173 Saeeth, Street Northweet.
1NOTICE: Artifie-alt teeh and ascer
band DIamonds anid Jewelry boug:
Leuta Abrahama. 515 G. Op. Pat. Offs
- 80 EETENHSRE
Meas Health to YuIf You Saf
flern VaaOt y. Rheesats Caestiaa
h..h .~b Heat.iod e.d N
harges Low. Medicine Furnishi
*Private Waiting Room fer ladie
Ofem m iS in 1. 3 in 6. lambs. W as a
APPROPRIATE FLORAL TOKE
I 5 Aitii.- eei-nepensi.
m.. Piment ante Men mrnia.
ml rr mAU.
Have Your Mattresse #
Can" for &ad 0
OUR WORK 15 OVARAWNW
We Al.. Make ove .e .,s.
EAGLE BEDDING CO,
13s9 7th SL P. W. Phem. .L
We Know Our Workmes
That Is why we unheaitatingly y
that we make the Beet Awange.
men who have been In our emn
for years. Estimates cheerfUa
give. Using the Copeland Patest
M. G. Copeland Goa
4" 11TH ST. X. W.
Phee Man S41-.
I WILA NOT BE RESPONSBLE POR ANT
Idebt. -os ostrad by myer CAROL["W
r %r (in owH sL a
THE LAW SCHOOL
The Summer Term of eight weeks
comm ences June 19. at 6:0 P, a. at
the lAw School Building. Thirteenth
Street, between New York Avense
i The courses and faculty are 08 fol
lows: Elementary lAw, Charles F. Ca
rust. Esq.; Common Law Pleading and
Practice. Charles A. Kelgwin. Esq.;
j History and Development of Law.
Julius . Peyser, Eeq.; Mercantile Law.
Roger J. Whiteford. Esq.; Negotiable
Instruments. T. Morris Wampler. Esq,.;
Bar Examination Review. JaMee J.
I O'Laary. Esq.
Substantial credits will be s.llowed is
degree courses for work done.
Registration comm-ces June 13 at
the adrainistration offices. Bnoutham
Building. Telephone Main 6617.
PIA NO TUNING.
MANY MS-risWE EThiti-l EIWAY
a~cru, New Tork. . EOLRBON.. 12 .
Chrous se, na. Phene LAne. 3WO asm 1e1104
PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING.
L WALL PAPER. 1o0. Itc. 26o, AND eo
pier, 6 and 10c per piece: rooms pa
1 pered i up. Plastering and painting of
all kinds. LE PRELy. 07 P at. 1M.
Phone N. 4670.
OARPWEZ AD X0G4 CL6&R ST &
-eg air, the hranes -W. Cooame Ar
l Osrpet Chemns Ce., on C s. am. Phase M. m
C. WINDOW CLEANING.
rPON M. 10 HAVE TOC WINDOWS
dened. Acme Windor Qeantra C6. EE a.
New and Slightly
See Our Stock and
Prices Before Buying.
Easy Terms or Dis
count for Cash.
Save Money. Buy at
8th and K.
r* NEW A ND BEAUTIFUL.LT KLZZU.
c.trated Life of Dr. Booker T. Week.
ington. Books ready for deliverP.
Agents' outfit mailed on leestpt of 10
eents to cover postage. Addres 3. U,
JOHNcSTON. Inc.. ?36 Pm. eve. aSW
Washingon. D. C
ry. WANTED-BE'T FRENCH POODia PIPPT1
i!W ANTEI.-UNNITURE FOR CainK 5
ndyur goods to the msn who ghe the mos
Ge see HOPwOO. ml an E.
Cia In aN~.
e EANCIGeS. PALMIET AND PsYORI.!
"Can bae muuted on all caan .r. life dak
sm o60 .. esert 9aturday' andBo
SI Stdo 3m Mth tav Maw 919 l
aSe up. Now 1ir Firs street snathwest
MRS. R. LUSBY,
Tawi and Foreign Cards: Est Indis M
bAdies ecis. (UCCEMBEDI elm. 9%
6 R. BROW EL :
etc.; glus emen; deeelopmntof -c---My
- almes Pitemg saa De. e M.
-M me ah e.