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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1919.
Use "Tiz" for tender, puffed
up, burning, calloused
feet and corns.
People who are forced to stand on
their feet all day know what sore,
tender, sweaty, burning feet mean.
They use "Tiz." and "T'iz" cures
heir feet right up. It keepB feet in
perfect condition. "Tiz" is the only
-emedy in the world that draws out
all the poisonous exudations, which
puff up the feet and cause tender,
dore. tired, aching feet. It Instantly
stops the pain in corns, callouses
and bunions. It's simply glorious.
Ah! how comfortable your feet feel
after using "Tiz." Tou'll never limp
or draw up your face in pain, lour
shoes won't tighten and hurt your
Get a 25-cent box of "Tiz" now
from any druggist. Just think! a
whole year's foot comfort for only
Boy Scouts, attention! The big
drive to get the "tent" caterpillars,
thoge webby things that hang in the
trees in June, is on. This is the
game at which the Boy Scouts have
had the best kind of fun, says the
American Forestry Magazine, which
urges that organizations be effected
J to block formations in order to rid
the trees of the pests.
t "The tents," says the magazine.
"are common at this time on wild
cherries, mulberries, willow and other
trees. Apply a burping fag or torch
to the web. or else squirt a little
kerosene into the web. This should
be done under proper supervision in
Other suggestions .for June follow:
Spray for leaf-eatihST insects, for
roost- of them commence, defoliation
at the end "of May.
I Hickory tVees infested with the
hickory bark borer should be removed
and destroyed, for the beetles emerge
early in June and proceed to other
trees. Look for the fine holes in tne
bark and the fine sawdust that is
Spraying for sucking insects is
urged and advice along these Hnep
will be gladly given to any who write
to the American Korcstry Association.
Washington, D. C. and enclose a
stamp for answer. In almost any
gfdup or trees will be found branches
that have died off during the winter.
These can be removed now and the
resulting wounds covered with coal
A Special Purchase Women's
Lisle Vests at 59c
Many in the lot worth 75c Ribbed vests rith
plain and fancy yokes; also tailored top. Shoulder
strap and bodice styles in white and pink. In Kayser
and other makes. Special, 59c each.
Palais Royal Street Floor.
SSSuV I ltl IvA U tJJ
( MA& r AL 1 1 1 a
Eleventh. and. GjS.tr.eets
Kayser Silk Top Envelope Chemise
. Special at $1.95
i $2.25 value glove silk top envelope chemise in
white and pink. All sires. The ideal Raiment .for
summer wear. Special at $1.95.
Palais RoyaI-7Stret Floor.
Beautiful Daylight All-Water
Trip to Norfolk, Va.'
On the .Chesapeake Bay and- His
toric Potomac River, Stopping at
Colonial Beach and Piney Point,
Steamers "Lord Baltimore"
20-Knot Speed Twines Hand
somely Appointed Saloons
Every Convenience for an Enjoy
able Trip Excellent Dining
Room Service at Reasonable
Washington to Norfolk
Washington, l). C ,lv. S:30 a-m.
Colonial Beach ar. 12:00 noon
Colonial 'Beach I v. 12:30 p.m.
Piney Point ar. 1 s30 p.m.
PinejpPoint ilv. 1:15 p.m.
Old Point vComf ort. ..ar. G:30 p.m.
Old Polnt.Corafort...lv. 7:0O p.m.
Xorfolk ar. 7:45 pan.
Norfolk to Washington
Norfolk, Va. Iv. S30 a.m.
Old Point Comfort... ar. 9:15 a.m.
Old Point Comfort ...lr. 9:45 tun.
Piney Point ...or. 2:30 p.m.
Piney Point l.v. 2:15 pjn.
Colonial Beach ; ar. 345 njn.
Colonial Beach Ir. 4vl5 p.m.
Washington ar. 7:45 p.m.
Adultx one" Tray, Norfolk, To.. .$3.00
Special Round -Trip, Xorfolk,
Adults one way, Colonial
Adnltm one way, Piney Point. . 1.75
Childern Over 5 and Under 12
Years of Ape, V Fare.
War Tax of STo to be added to all
Wharf: Foot of 7th St. 'Colonial
Beach Wharf) Phone Main 5912.
I Every Woman
I Jy is interested in
I jfltffe, y. the subject of 1
8 mJk A p e r s onal hy- I
1 m. 3wv triene. and!
upon this sub
ject, SEIsT FREE, for never
has more thought been given
to its requirements than there
As a consequence there has
been created an unusual de
mand for Tyree's Antiseptic
Powder, the use of which as
an antiseptic has proved its
effectiveness in affording pro
tection and relief to the con
gested membranes. Tyree
Antiseptic Powder ha"s bough
its entrance to prominence
through purely intrinsic mer
its, and it is the biggest sell
ing product for this purpose
in the world.
J. S. Tryee, Chemist, Inc.,
Washington, D. C.
MICHIGAN PRISON SHORTAGE
DpAWS DEMAND FOR PROBE
LANSING. Mich., June 6. The re
port of the Detroit Trust Company,
submitted to the legislature, showing
a shortage in the accounts of the
State prison at Jackson amounting to
hundreds of thousands of dollars
brought demands, .from legislators
that a further Investigation be made
and the matter placed in the hands
or a grand jury.
The trust company, which recently
completed an audit of the prison ac
counts, reported the bo6ks show a
shortage of approximately $300,000,
while the accounts are said to be so
faulty and so many of them are miss
ing that the amoupt may be consid
The report says accounts have been
juggled to conceal the actual condi
tion of affairs; that much valuable
prison property is missing or unac
counted for, and that money appro
priated for improvements or exten
sions was not used for the purpose
intended, but diverted to the ex
penses of the institution to Uphold the
contention that the prison was self-sustaining.
RUMANIANS AND SERBS.
DECORATE CHAS. VOPICKA
BUCHAREST, , June 6. Charles J.
Voplcka, of Chicago, American minis
ter to Rumania, has received from
King Ferdinand of Rumania the
grand cross fof the 'Star of Rumania
as "recognition of his devotion to the
allied cause, and especially to Ru
mania, during these 'trying times."
The King, in presenting the cross,
expressed the hope that the Ameri
can Government would permit Mr.
Vopicka to accept this decoration,
which is the highest order in Ru
mania. The American minister has also
been the recipient of a high decora
tion from the Serbian government.
Prince Regent Alexander having con
ferred oh bim the grand cordon of
the White Eagle, first class, as "a
recompense for service he has ren
dered Serbia." Mr. Voplcka has ask
ed permission from the State Depart
ment to accept these decorations.
8 INDEPENDENT PACKING
HOUSES TO CONSOLIDATE
Garden Smocks In a Wonderful Array of New Styles
. i r rr
For Hair and Sash
Brocades 'New designs and colorings in taf
feta, moire and satin ground, 5 'and 6 inches
wide. Yard, 59c and 75c
Satin Soft finish, for girdles. Pink, blue,
nile, ' lavender and white. IVz inches wide.
Yard, $1.10. .
Moire Silk, 39c Yard
Extra heavy for children's hair and sash
use, pink, blue, old rose, yellow, navy, cardinal,
white and black. 5 inches wide. Yard, 39c
Sock Bands For children's socks, of all-silk
satin ribbon, in pink, blue, combination colors
and white. Pair, 50c 59c, and 65c
At Greatly Reduced Prices
Why Be Uncom
fortable When You
Can Boy a Guaran
teed Electric Fan for
a Few Dollars?
Fans. Universal Mo
tors for either current.
Adjustable for desk or
wall. Complete with
cord and plug.
Fans. Universal Mo
tors for eiiher current
Fully adjustable. A
dandy fan for home or
Ideal Garments for Out-of-Doors
Bv the Sea
In the Mountains
At the Country Club
At Garden Parties
Silk Hose, $2.50
For Pumps and Oxfords
Pure thread all-over silk hose with the popular
Pointex heel, Onyx make. In black, -white, brown
and gray Excellent values at $2iQ pair.
Women's Silk. Clocked
Hose are TenstyHaa. "Wo
bare a number of attrac
live clocked effects In
black, white and colors,
S145 to MJ50-
... rkwn Worfed SlllC
Hoae, also drop-stitch ef
fects. The only draw
back Is that the demand
exceeds the production.
New lot ;ust received in
a limited m.-nber of new
patterns. 830 to 94.83.
Women's Silk -Hose, 85c
Full fashioned silk boot hose in black, white
and colors. Also ffood welcbt cilk fiber hose,
seamless and mock seam, in black, white, nary,
brown, ffray. suede, purple, green andfield mouse.
Splendid 'value at 85c pair. a ft .
w Falals Royal S.tfjefc.FIOT.
No matter where ydu may go, the loose-fitting, smart-looking smocks seem to predomi
nate. For early vacationists and others vc are showing a wide variety.
At $2.95 and $5
Handsome models of fine cotton material
with dainty touches of hand embroidery. Two
pockets and wide belt help to produce a very
chic effect Priced at $2.95.
Natural Pongee smocks, made vrttb. pleat on
each side, trimmed with crocKet buttons and
finished with sash. Just one of the 'many
styles at $5.00. Falala Royal Third Floor.
Fans; Universal Motors
for direct or alternating
current This is an ex
rentionallv low price for
I an oscillating.ian.
Palais Royal Fourth Floor.
500 New Sunproof Petticoats
A Vnrietv nf Attrnntive Stoles to Select From
Petticoats of wide wale pique, sateen and halcyon cloth; some with double panel
front and back, also some with tub silk flounces; others with scallop or points.
Of wash satin, with
deep flounce of filet lace
and insertion. In pink
Silk Envelope Chemise
Of crepe de chine, or wash satin;
with dainty yokes of various laces. ffg VO
ribbon or georgette crepe; have '' QSL
ribbon strap or built-up shoulder.) rt0
Sizes to 50. '
Bath Robes, $3.98
New lot summer Turk
ish towel bath robes in
neat colors; plainly tail
ored; some with ribbon
bound collars. i
Extraordinary Feature for. Saturday!
Another Purchase 1,000 New
Actually Worth $1.50 Each ,
Comofete With Battery and Bulb
6 inches long takes stan
dard size bulb and battery, nn
;,A in Vi1a1r and nickel.
TV,w n-n hundreds of uses for
k flashlight in every home, store
M and oiijce. nus price v
r tKJfe'no one need be without one.
Actual $150 Value for 69c
" Palais Royal "Fourth "Floor.
Bar sain Basement Even the Temperatute h Low
Fewer Cooler Places These Warm Days Than
the Palais Royal Basement Well Arranged,
Choosing Is Made Easy and Dollars In
crease in Value in I tits uorvnsxaiTs owe.
Week-End Suit Cases
Weefc-End Prices Tomorrow
For samples and last of quick seHlnfir lots,
specially featuring patent lther-flBl- cloth
sun cases. uuuau?... ....- ".--"-.. wlth
r durability, n w -wn 'Vw rn i
id without tray. Priced at 4 00. 8.0 to
iK. PalaU Royal Bai-Raln Basemem.
"Parasols and Umbrellas
Of Sun and Ram Proof Silk
Vir(eus lots 350 in all creating a jrree.t
variety and many unusually cood values. ew
and fashionable are the parasol-umbrellas of black
and white check silk, with superior handles ana
uuje Willi wijbi -uu. -... --. .
sidered the prices are unusually low $4.30 to "
NEW TORK. June 6. Merger of
eight independent packing houses in:
to one organization, capitalized at
5165.000,000 to operate in the United
Slates, Canada, and later in foreign
countries, was announced here by
James Imbrie, active head of the in
vestment firm of Tmbrie Co.
Mr. Imbrie said J. S. Hawkincon,
vr-- president of il&on x Co , nad
resigned his connection with that
company to become preaident of the
new corporation. Mr. Iaukinson will
announce details Monday.
Mr. Imbrie said F. S. Snyder, of
Boston, former member of the Food
Administration executive committee
and head of the Administration's
meat section, would be an executive
of the new company.
AWARD CROIX DE GUERRE
1 1 TO CONGRESSMAN JOHNSON
Dainty Silk Camisoles
Pink or White, $1.29
A fitting companion to t.h laintiest Sunday
blouse The quality of the silk and the tailor
ing make the 'plaited camisoles perfection or
finish and fit Embroidered Georgette top make
some bewitching, while others of W3s-h satin
or crepe de chine are beautiful with lace ana
embroidery. Ml superior at the price. $1.29
Pnlnla Royal Bargain Basement.
White Sateen Petticoats
Learn of the Price Last
The pleated flounce with three tucks creates a
graceful petticoat Those with scallops and two
section flounce will appeal to manv
All Have Fitted Tops
White sateen of quality to look like rich silk
in conjunction with correct styles and clever
needlework make these petticoats a delightful
surprise at 81 "2Z.
If; ' Ik
Two Remarkable Lots of .
Dresses, $9.98 and
Combining Many Lots Creating Two Groups
This profit sharing sale week has "riddled" this derart
ment so that tomorrow's week-end sale will include "a
little of everything." These many "last of lots" count mto
hundreds when combined into only two groups and will in
clude many of the best bargains of the season.
On Sale Saturday at $9.98 and $15.00 Irrespective
of the Actual Values.
Distribution to Begin 9:15 A. M.
Group 1 at $15
Silk dresses in this lot that
will grace the most preten
tious 'dress occasion. And find
dresses for the street, the
home or the "office."
Rich Taffeta Dresses.
Glistening Satin Dresses.
Filmy Georgette Dresses
Styles almost innumerable,
colors in both light and dark
shades and every dress made
with all the finish that is as
sociated with the more ex
Tunic and plain flare.
Hundreds -f these dresses,
many from higher priced lots,
all included at $15.00 for
This season's loveliest of
voiles and novelty wash ma
terials have been converted
into bewitching dresses, per
feet in every detail.
Twelve new styles.
The finishing touches, the
organdy collars and cuffs, the
novelty vestees, the draped
and tunic skirts, all are exe
cuted with skill and taste.
Every Dress Included
Tomorrow at S9.98
An early visit is advised, as
first choice will be an import
ant consideration. On sale 0:15
Palais Royal Bargain Basement.
With Prices Like the Temperature Low and
With Reltabuay trie &eynme oj i 5
Basement Store, Frequent Visits Are m Or
derand Never Miss Saturday!
Featuring Women's Night,
" At 79c and Up to $1.88
Hve you not found the Palais KoyJ5
Basement often quoted for better than usual
Sght gowns at the prices asked?
Flesh Pink Gowns, $1.29
Some with touches ofhand embroidery.
lace trimmed. Summer styles with round and V
necksT In white are extra sls,also at ..
"cwv-- Pahda Royal BaxsaLa 3aettt
Corset Covers at 59c
Perfect Fitting and Very Dainty
The -Summer Girr Corset Cover of sheer white
m.riaL nrettny trimmed with laces and embroi
oTiei Perfect fltt&Fand with needlework to -Sredainusrand
durability these corset coverage
different and better than usual at the price. Special
Summer Bed Spreads,
Ftdl Double-Bed She
ks white as snow every bed is made- attrac
tive trtth, such a covering and seldom can such
spreads bo bought for as little at J2.1o.
Arttsttc Marseilles Effects
They will be expensive "Marseilles Quilts"
to truest room visitors or to others not know
In your source of suopl- Here tomorrow,
only 15. Palais Royal Bargain Dawraeut.
If jou are not stronc or well
'you owe it to yourself to nic
the following test see bow lone
jou ran work or how (ar you can
walk without becoming tired.
Next take two five grain tablets
of NUXATED IRON three
tines per day for two weeks.
Then test your strength agu.1
and see how much you have
gained. Many people have made
this test and have been aiton-
Jz:Z isbed at their increased strength.
enqarance ana energy, nuuita
iron is guaranteed 10 give saos
f action or money refunded. At.
all good druggists.
Congressman Royal C. Johnson of
South Dakota, who served as a lieu
tenant in the 313th infantry in the
European war. has beep decorated
for bravery by the French govern
ment on the order of Marshal Pcta'In
and with the approval of General
The croix de guerre was formally
presented to Lieutenant Johnson
yesterday by Major General Kuhn.
commanding officer of the Seventy
ninth division, and is the second uec
oration to be received by the South
Dakota man. the first being the dis
tinguished service cross
CITES (RTST WfHRIFT AT
SUNDAY S.CH00L MEETING
316 Ninth St. N. W.
Business Lunch 43c, 11 to 2 Daily
Special Dinner, StOO to S P.3L.
Sunday Dinner 1130 A.M. to S r.3L
Telephone Franklin 7712
FLORENCE. S. C,-June 6 Dele
gates to the South Carolina Sunday
school convention were told by Dr.
W A. Colledge. vice director of the
pavings division of the Treasury,
that thrift was a Christian virtue.
"Of the thirty-eight parables ex
pounded by Jesus Chrifit." he eaid.
"sixteen strongly emphasize a man's
relation to his money.
"Few men and women realize that
85 ptr cent of the American people
are living from day to day, with
nothing between them and actual
poverty but the dally wage. Ninety
per cent of the men In the United
. States over sixty years of age art
partly or who'ly 1'vlng on 'rlends.
relative? or public charlty."
A Special Sale of
Sizes 2 to 6, 7 to 14
A wonderful assortment to
select from Over 60 styles. Con
Isist.nr not onlv of fine glnirhams.
(but elso percalos. llnpn crash and
various novelty wash materials.
'Plane Collar. Itepp Collars, or
vCollnr of Self MaterlaU. Plain
itallored and embroidered styles.
iBelted. fancv nockets and button
rtrlmmed; flare or nleated skirts:
all that Is nfw In children's
dresses Five tables full: on sale
i tomorrow mornlnsr.
I Palais Hoyal Bargain Basement.
Women's Summer Undergarments
Tomorrow A Saturday Clearaway of Incomphte Assortments
Five Lots at Special Prices
The Time Is Now Here for
In Sizes 16 to 46
-tVomexfH Knitted Salts The new smart color
ff.et? are a feature this summer. Guaranteed fast
lr Kxfltl ire here of Surf Satin and AIKnool 31a
t&ala! Styles for mi5 of -16 to women of 40 bust
rneasure. Stylish and reliable suits at S4JS, U3
Including Vests, Union Suits and Stockings
Women's Ribbed Gauze Vests,
Nearly 500 of these garments elr.es) cy,f
' and 4 only-speclally priced at JOc. V t
The Quality of material and the finish of I dJj
these vests have only to be ?een.
Women's Gauze Union uits,
Think of It two prarnento In None, for) p f
onlv 69c And nupenor Mm m ,n 7) il"-ff0
with lace trlmmea
and 44. all at 5'Jc
knees. Sizes 10
Women's Thread Silk Hose,
The wanted white thread silk stock
Incs with wear resisting carter tops Re
inforced at toes and heels. Special at
Women's Lisle Thread Hose,
About 100 pairs in this lot
0 and 0A. in brown and black.
duality hoee. shapely and reinforced.. Re
duced to 39c pair.
Knitted bathinjr suits
with black and white
trfmmlwrs Sateen suits
In different color com
binations. All at S1-9S.
Women' Cotton Tlsht
Don't delay a selection,
even If the requirement mav
not be until later it al
wavs happens that the va
riety is better earlier in the
10 Yards Longcloth, $1.95
The stylish and wanted pink vest3,
with V shape neck and pretty lace
Women's Swiss Ribbed Lisle Thread Vests
2 for 69c
Also bodice style vests, with silk
ribbon tape. Sizes S6 and 38. Two
Not Quite 20c Per Yard
And It is the famous EnglMi loniccloth also
nainsook that sells regularly nt $J 35 per piece, of
Soft Chamois Finish
Invitlnc the needle and creatine delightful un
derparments. etc. 32 and 3C inches wide pice
of 10 yards at only f 1 95
Palais rtoyal Dsrcaln Bosemeut.
Women's Silk Gloves, 59c
600 pairrf black silk cloves in various styles,
all special at 69c pair.
Palais Honl flnraraln daacment.
Turkish Bath Towels, 39c
Seconds of 50c towels, irregular in weave, but
otherwise perfect. 84.65 dozen
Palas Iloyal -Barsaln Basement.
B E a
B C C B B SB 2
B B B
Women's, Silk Finished.
Silk Finished Garment
Suits, tights and bloom
ers. In all sizes for misses
of 16 years and uo for
women of 34 to 48 bust.
Palais Royal Barsaln Base