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THE WASHINGTON HERALD, MONDAY. ' JULY 19. 1915.
I' Woodward & Lothrop New York WASHINGTON Paris Clearance Sale of Summer Furniture At Reductions of 25 to 40 Per Cent. In order to make way for the new fall stock of Furniture which is arriving daily, we will place on sale today, the 19th, our entire remaining stock of High-grade Summer .Furniture at greatly reduced prices. You will find the popular styles and designs, some of which wc have duplicates, while others are one-of-a-kind. It is the best summer furniture that can be found. For your convenience, and to show you how great are the savings, we men tion a few of the items and their prices: Rustic Hickory Furniture. Lawn Houses ...$19.00. Rockers $3.25. Rockers $1.75. Chairs $2 00. Chairs $2 50. Chairs $3 75 Chairs $3.00. Settees $3 50. Tables $5.50. Were $25.00 Were $5.25 Were Were Were Were Were Were Were $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $5.50 $4.50 $5.50 $9.00 Rustic Cedar Furniture. Canopy Settees... $22.00. Settees $5.00. Tables $2.75. Chairs $1.75. Were $30.00 Were $7.50 Were $3.95 Were $2.50 Indian Splint Furniture. Very adaptable to the summer cot tage or veranda. Settees $11.50. Rockers $7 00. Chairs $7.00. Tables $5.50 Were $15.00 Were $10.00 Were $10.00 Were $7.00 Natural-finished Chairs and Rockers. With double woven cane scats and backs. Rockers $2.25. Were $3.25 Rockers $4.00. Were $5.75 Rockers $3.25. Were $4.50 Chairs $2.25. Were $3.25 Chairs $4.00. Were $5.25 Natural-finished Chairs and Rockers. With double reed seat and back. Rockers $1.65. Were $2.25 Rockers $2.25. Were $3.00 Rockers $2.50. Were $3.50 Chairs $1.75. Were $2.50 Chairs $2.25. Were $3.00 Rustic Chairs, Rockers, and Tables. With natural-finish scats, backs and table tops. Chairs $2.50. Were $3.50 Ciiairs $3.00. Were $4 50 Chairs $3.50. Were $5.00 Rockers $2.50. Were $3.50 Rockers $3.00. Were $4.50 Tables, square $4.00. Were $G.00 Tables, rcu.id $4.25. Were $6.50 U. S. SHIP NEAR AS BRITISH FIRE Traveler Tells of Attack on Turkish Transports at Constantinople. TORPEDO MISSED MARK Ottoman Hospitals Brought to High Standard of Efficiency by Germans, Baltimorean Asserts. Stetche?&fi?te, J IS) MEWYQM (Special Correspondent of The Washington Herald New York, July 18. Augustus Thomas has been selected. Broadwaj ecquely speakinfr. as the white hope of the drama The Frohman interests showed remarkable enterprise in securing his sen-ices as art director of their enter prises and the theatergoing public may also feel gratified. Thomas is not only one ot the most distinguished plarnghts, but is an ex cellent authority on theatrical produc tion He 'is qualified to appraise dra matic -values from the point of view of both the author and the producer. Ho will ncqupy a position where he can ex ercise a ery direct influence on Amer ican dramatic art It is to be hoped that under his touch the Broadway drama ma. to a cer tain degree, realize the ideals which it was the unaccomplished purpose of the New Theater to foster. Thomas is said to be a man without an enemy He is considerate and kind in his stage directions and has always proven an inspiring friend to actor folk. A new place has been found for peo ple with brains in New York. For those who are weary of the city streets and still wearier of people people in the mass, peopie who don't interest them there is relief in the new Country Home Club on btaten Island, owned and man aged by Julia Neville Kelley Ktelnmetz. Julia's new club is for all except high brows and the auto-mad rich There is little Ibsen talked and even less money spent, but if sou want to hae a real Irish welcome it is the place to ro and. incidentally. Julia is very easy to look at. She has been a stenographer, business manager, managed a theater, plajed leads, made a fortune and had a beauti ful scrap with the labor unions 5he retired victorious but depleted in health and purse And now she Is running a "clearing house for brains" and everj bodv s invited who values brn mots above motor cars Personalis, we don't; but there may be a lot who do and this information is for them. After lamping one of those snappy drawings in an evening newspaper's sport page, Jerome Beatt:f marvels more than ever at the advance of the Brooklyn club According to the fllus tration, they bat cross-handed. v New York has seen a fine display of an alienist In the act of alienating or what ever it Li they do on the witness stand. It has been a week chock full of mirth for thoie who paid attention to the efforts of Harry Thaw to win liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Ir. Austin Flint went on the stand full of confidence and he le , it in about the same condition as a starched collar after a night in the washtub Dr Flint spoke testily of "constitutional inferiority with a paranoic trend" and then was willing to knock off the "constitutional" part and declare that Thaw was an out-and-out paranoic The testimony was so absolutely lu dicrous that the spectators had to go out In tho hall in some instances to con trol their mirth and the presiding judge had a hard time keeping his face straight when Dr. Flint suddenly exclaimed that Thaw was trying to hypnotize him. All In all. the Thaw trial wns not much of a boost for the alienist business Rnd some of them will no doubt have to pick up another trade. Robert Mmo-. who ha, left The World to draw cartoons for the. Socialist paper. The Call, was in a downtown restaurant one evening last wek when a joung lady of tho chorus dropped in with a joung man who might be termed "read monej " She was evidently to Ing to Impress him nnd was using her best manners Across tho room she suddenly spied a man who had evidently lost her respect. "Kxru'se me for pointing." she said, "hut do ynu see that dough-faced mutt oer there ." AVIATORS WAGE WAR IN SOUTHERN THEATER LORD FISHER TO HEAD BOARD ON INVENTIONS British Bod that Will Work for Im provement of Navy Service Announced. London, July 18. An official announce ment by the admiralty today states that the appointments to the inventions board established to assi.t the admiralty in co-ordinating and encouraging a scien tific effort in regard to the requirements of the naval service. hae now been made and arrangements for the organization of the board with Lord Fisher as chair man have been completed. The statement continues. "The board will comprise a central committee and a panel of consultants, composed of scientific experts, who will advise the named committee on ques tions referred to them. "Tho central committee will consist of l.ord Fisher as president. Sir J. J. Thom son, Sir C A. Tarsons and G. T Beilhy. "The consulting panel will comprise Trof. H. B. Baker, Trof. W. C. Brasg. Prof. H. C. Carpenter, Sir William Crockec. W. Duddell, Prof. Percy Frank lnnd. Prof. Bertram Hopklnson, Sir Oliver Lodge, prof. w. J Pope, Sir Er nest Rutherford. fJ Gerald Stoney. and Prof. B. J Strutt." APE GOT DRUNK SEEING SIGHTS OF BROADWAY Six Persons Killed in Bari During Bombardment by Austrians Ital ians Damage Gorzia Rome, July 18 Aerial warfare as a phase of the Italo-Austnan war is as suming important proportions. Dur ing the past twenty-four hours the Italian port city of Bari, on the Adriatic, has been under bombardment by Austrian aeroplanes and Italian airships have inflicted considerable damage on the Austrian fortifications of Gorzia. Three Austrian aeroplane bom barded Bari Kight bombs were dropped in the heart of the city, kill ing six persons. On the return Jour ney one of the fliers was winged by Italian rifle fire and brought down in the sea off Barletta. just to the north Two Italian soldiers embarked quick ly in a nsning smacK and gae chase, came upon me fallen plane before it sanK and captured two officers. Two Italian airships carried out the ram on iiorzla and the Austrian camps on the northern slope of Monte Sam .uicneie in the Carso region Both returned safely, after bemir subjected to severe cannonading by the Austrian batteries. New York, July IS. The story of the British submarine attack on Turkish transports In Constantinople Harbor was told today by Hugh Nettle, who arrived on tho liner Nicuw Amsterdam, after having witnessed the attack from the Galatea Bridge In Stamboul. Mr. Nettle Is the special European agent of the Fidelity and Deposit Com pany of Baltimore. "I was returning from Scutari," he said, "and had arrived in the middle of the bridge, when four Turkish transports suddenly opened fire from a position close to the bridge. I glanced down and Just caught a glimpse of a submarine disappearing be low the surface. Her torpedo had ap parently missed Its mark. It was the most daring thing I had ever heard of. Von Der Golts n St'tne. "The rcople on the bridge became greatly excited, though there was no panic The transports to no purpose kept up a constant tire upon the spot where the submarine had submerged. "AboJt this time an automobile pulled up close where I was standing, and Field Marshal Baron von Der Goltz sprang out. "What's the matter'" he cried out, nnd as soon ns he was told said: "Oh that's liable f happen." He then got hack into his car and went on. "This was at 11-45 o'clock on May M The Amcrlcon gunboat Scorpion was not more than f ards distant from the transports. "I was on the Turkish cruiser Bres lau. when a rail came for machine gun crews to volunteer for service on the Galllpoll Peninsula. "Despite the fRCt that nine of the first volunteers had been killed in this fight ing, fifty men volunteered." Mr. Nettle said that the fighting dn Galllpoll was the bloodiest he had ever heard of. The hospital arrangements In Constantinople were, adequate enough and had been brought up to a fine stand ard by the large number of doctors who were sent from Germany, he said. Searched for C.olil. Me denied the stories to the effect that the Breslau and Goeban ahd been out of commission, and added that If It had not been for them the Russians would have been through the Bosporus before this, according to private opinion In Tur key. "There is an order in Turkey," he con tinued, "that no one can take more than ten gold pieces out of the country. I was searched to see whether I was com- pllnjr with this law. Roumanla has a law limiting the amount to five gold pieces, and when I left that country I was relieved of half my visible wealth" Mr. Nettle refused to express any opin ion on the military situation in Turkey, adding that this one hope, held also by the American colonv there, was that the war would soon end. MERCHANTS MAY TEST NEW TAX Alexandrians Meet Tonight to Decide Whether to Make Fight. WANT LAW EXPLAINED Business Men Will Hear Report of Committee Which Conferred with Attorney Garner. Alexandria, vji., July ,48. Whether legal action wjll he. taken by tho- mer chants of Alexandria to test the act of the State legislature of 1911. requiring merchants to pay omitted taxes, will be decided at a meeting of merchants at 7:30 o'clock Monday night at the Cham ber of Commerce. The legal aspect of the law will be ex plained by a committeo of five which has conferred with II. Noel Garner, coun sel for tno Retail Merchants' Associa tion. The merchants object to making out reports for a period of five years and pajing omitted taxes as required by the law. James K. Bagley. of Washington, to night gave an organ recital In 'Christ P. E. Church. He was assisted by Mrs. Janet Picket, of this city, and RIcardo Zappone, of Washington. Plans are being mado by Alva Aerie, No. S71, Fraternal Order of Eagles, for Its annual excursion Thursda to Mar shall Hall. The committeo In charge has arranged special attractions. Members of Alexandria Light Infantry left this morning for Virginia Beach to attend the anual encampment "of the State militia. They were under com mand of Capt. W. M. King. The soldier bojs expect to return next Sundav. Edward Mason, colored, a wood sawer. died lat night at the age of 98 ears at his home, 632 South Pitt street. Mason was perhaps the oldest colored man in the cltj. A Joint excursion will be given to Marshall Hall Monday by the Sunday schools of St. Paul's and Grace P. E. churches. A ball game between teams representing; the two schools will be a feature. The monthly meeting of the board t police commissioners will be held Wednesday night. Your Opportunity mmmm mmmmi ivmnwiM wmxrriwm mMiiimw Choice of 3 finishes in these Chiffoniers at $19.50 Which do you prefer Circassian walnut, mahog any, or golden oak? Cholcs Is offered of these three In this splendid, roomy chiffonier. Has good size, mirror, and will come In handy In keeping clothes fresh and In good condition. -WHAT WB SAT IT ISIT Itt." llARCfi I uliusIansburgh FURNITURE convemejit terms. Mm m 1 mi mill yLs WHEN A MAN IS MARRIED BY ONE WHO IS THE SOLDIER'S DOLL WIFE PROUD OF HICKS. FEAR ANTI-CHRISTIAN RIOTS. FRANCE BURNS WORMWOOD. Absinthe Plants ConfUrntrd Grow ers Compensated for Loss. Paris, July IS As the manufacture and sale of absinthe have been pro hibited by law the little parish of Orlj, Just south of Paris, has lost its chief industry, the growing of absinthe plants for the trade. The new law allowed compensation for the crop already planted. so JL'O.OOO worth of plants were handed over to the excise authorities They were weighed and burned. The same operation Is performed at all places where the plant was grown. Norse Ship Torpedoed; Saved. London. July H. The Norwegian steamer Bellgradc. from Halifax for Sharpness, timber laden, was towed into Mllford Haven this morning by a sal vage steamer, after having been torpe doed. The Bellgradc is now anchored In the stream there. Itrfagrrs from TnrLe Tell of Seri ous Conditions In Capital. Naples. July IS A number of Tur kish refugees who arrived here yester day stated that conditions Rre grow ing worse dally The Yjung Turks have lot the support and sympathy of the population, they declare, and are trying to regain it by the an nouncement of wonderful victories over the allies. The price of commodities has be come prohibitive, and riots have oc curred, which were quelled only after bloodshed The neutral diplomatic representa tives are doing their utmost to pre vent the persecution of foreigners. Missionaries are leaving daily, and anti-Christian 'outbreaks are feared. H. C. FRICK HIS OWN CADDY. Ho), Onetlng Mjrnnt to MrlUe, Leu v en Him nt Third Hole. Boston, Mass. July 18. Because of a strike of caddies at the Mopia Hunt Club links, at Hamilton, Henry Clay Frlck. the steel magnate, was com pelled yesterday to act as his own caddy in completing the round of the courso When Mr Frick was making his third hole the leader of the strike gave the strike call three loud whistles which had been agreed upon, and Mr. Frlck's caddy promptly laid down his burden and mnde for the strike headquarters Mr Frlck picked up his clubs and completed the round alone He then telephoned for his chauffeur to come and act as caddy for the next round. Mnn Pardoned by President Wilson Ilrturns to Family Todnj. New York. July 18 -Robert K. Hicks, the printer, who surrendered himself to the Federal authorities in May as a fugitive from Justice after thirteen Jears of liberty, will return to his wife and little family of three bnbles tomorrow with a clean conscience and a new re spect In tho ejes of men "Thirteen ears Is a long time to live with a guilt conscience." Mrs Hicks said yesterday, but there was a gleam of pride In her ees for the heroism ot her husband. "I watched Robert turn gray, then white, with the silent agony I could not understand until he confessed to me, nearly two jears ago. Every month told heavily on him." The little wife had Just returned from tho last trip she will ever have to make to Blackw ell's Island to see her husband She had Just trudged up the flight of stairs to the little apartment near the roof of 50 Horatio street and her arms were full of flowers. "Oh Monday Robert will be home, and the five weeks of disgrace will soon bo forgotten. That was the hardest thing I had to face," she continued thought fully. "My babies must not know until they are old enough to understand the disgrace of their father's sin. Rut some day they shall know of his courage and heroism as well." Owing to the interest which has cen tered In Mr. Hick's unusual action since thnt night In May when he atsonished a congregation In the Bovvery Mission with the confession of a thirteen-year-old crime and followed it later with a surrender to the Federal authorities, the men's pardon was slgcnd last week by President Wilson. HIKERS BRAVE THE HEAT. Many Persons Trump Through Woods Near Balls Hill. Despite tho heat, many persons gath ered at Balls Hill, on the Great Falls car line, yesterday afternoon and hiked through the woods In that neighborhood with the Wanderlusters. The trail led In the direction of Eagles Rock, where a rest was taken. Some of the party hiked part of the way back, others tak ing the cars. The hikers reported slight damage to the trees in certain sections of that country. Those hikers who have been accustomed to take Sunday morning walks through Rock Creek Park to study the birds enjoyed the large numbers of them now In the woods near Great Falls. iCocjriiM, WIS.) "Oh. papa, jou Just ought to see what gran-pa brought to Baby Helen," said S- ear-old John as I entered our home. And then Helen toddled up with one of those soldier dolls clasped tlzhtly In her chubby hands. The soldier's head was fastened to the body In such a way that ho appeared to be constantly at salute. I looked at the thing fcr a moment, took It from her and hurled It with all my might out Into the street. Helen was heartbroken, and to calm her I fished from my pocket another toy I had brought. "Robert." said the accusing voice of Myra In the dining room, "aren't jou ashamed of jourielf?" "Most emphatically I am not, I re turned. "Well, you ought to be, to create such a scene before the children." "I'll create worse than that if that father of yours ever brings any more of these early lessons to th oung In the art of organized murder." ; "What do jou mean?" snapepd Mrs. "1 mean exactly what I say. This house will not be a military training school so long as I've got an thing to do with It. Myra, what is our father thinking of He knows I am bitterly opposed to anything suggestive of mili tarism, and et he brings such things as that to my home." "You are verj foolish. Robert." said Mra. "I don't understand" "No, I don't expect you to," I returned heatedly. "Father didn't mean any harm," sniffed Myra. "Perhaps not." I answered, recovering my temper, "but the effect Is there Just the same. He ought to use his brains." In this great country of ours undoubt edly the majority of sentiment Is for peace. We are anxious to keep out of the clutches of the world war because, at this distaiice. we can appreciate Its horrible significance. Yet one of the most appalling effects of It may be seen in the toy departments of any of our great stores. Good, Christian people are selling, for the use of perfectly innocent little children, dolls-not of the quiet, lady-like kind of a year or so ago, but soldier dolls, garbed In the habilaments of the warring nations. Men and women who would tell you with all possible emphasis that they abhor the very thought of this European conflict and are opposed, body and soul, to the Idea of war are spreading the propaganda of that terrible catastrophe even among the Infants of this country. What Is to be expected if we continue to instill In the minds of our children the belief thnt war Is a great and glorious profession and that it is Just the proper sort of rarer for natlcns to plunge at each other's throats upon any provoca tion' All the peace arguments In the world cannot avail unless we halt this perversion of the south of the land. The phase of the matter which hurt most was that little Helen seemed great ly pleaded with this froldler doll. Of course, she didn't know any better Neither the thousands of other little chil dren knew any better, but by the time thy have reached the age of reason the soldier Idea will have become so thor oughly Impressed upon them as to be accepted as a matter of course and mili tarism will be Just as strong as ever. "Myra, I'm Borry if I've been harsh. I said by way of amends. "I didn't real ly want to wound you, but I feel strong ly on this subejet." "So far as I am concerned, Robert, you're forgiven " It was sweet of MyA. The dear girl does have a lot to put up with In me. "But. Robert." she continued, "if you are so set against militarism, you ought to practice what you preach." what do you mean?" 'By concealing any militant spirit you may have within you, especially from the children." She laughed as she point ed to the doll In the street. 'Perhaps you are right, Myra." I re plied In the Interest of peace. Ice Tea Spoon Special Colonial pattern, silver plated on nickel silver. Six for One Dollar. Water Tumblers, f 35c Dozen . Regular size Thin-blown Water Tumblers unlimited quantity at this special price. Pressed Glass Wster Tum blers, 25c dozen up. Floral Decorated China Water Pitchers, Choice, 25 c Each. CDanM&rtm& 1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St. GETTING A START. DOING AS YOU PLEASE. e By .NATHAMKI. C. FOWLER, JR. Because we don't know the other fel low's Job, because we are unfamiliar wltn his environment, because we do not, and cannot, realize his responsibilities and his perplexities, we are likely to think that he has what the boys call a "snap." to fee thtt he does as he pleases, and to envy him. 1 have met thousands of business and professional men of every degree of suc cess and attainment. Basing my re marks upon actual experience, I can say that I have never known a man high up. low down, or occupjlng a place in the middle, who did as he pleased, or who could do as he pleased. The owner of a great husiness enter prise, with thousands of men in his em ploy, may appear to be captain of his industry, and It may seem to those who do not know him and who have- not fol lowed him, that he is Independent and may do as he likes without hindrance. As a matter of fact, he is not in com mand or his enterprise, although he holds legal title to It, although he may tell this man to go one way and that man to go another, although ne may decide whether or not he will build a new factor), put a new line of goods on the market, or change his business policy. If he Is In business, he does, not as he pleases, but as his customer demands. If he does not. he loses his business. The real "ooss" of business Is not the man who owns it, but the customer, for without the customer there would be no business. Tho great general in command of an army may. If he will, order his men to the right or to the left, to remain in Summer Dangers Dnnnx the hot sumrarr month dacjjtri in th form of mil ion of microbes and ttctena lurk in th moot unexpected places in ind around tno home, rroper dtftinffction u jour surest lifeguard aint them. KRETOL Kill all term life with which it com to rontact . rectlfim ununiury condition ta the home, kill or drirra awaj ixuecta, rvacnef. termlo. etc. Krrtol u the ideal disinfectant for oa ta yoar Lome becaiue it la aaie economical. and effectiTe. Get Krrtol from anr fliwt-cl&ai drocfiat in bottle at 3 ana M cenrs, or write to us for rur 2( piffo free booklet which tell about Krrtol and our other product ind. their dm In the home. && TT.,1 Hark THE KRETOL COMPANY, INC Gu; ,W. A. Cunp. V. Prw. mnd Gn. MfT. 1S48 I, St. NWV., IVashlngtoa. D.C. EXCURSIONS. London The French are arming their troops with short knives for use in trench fighting. The bayonet is consid ered too long a weapon for trenth warfare. MAYOR'S WALNUT-OH One 3ottl Compound HAIR DYt fev for either Hair or Beard. J 1 triltM, Nnwlnl trWvct, nthkl JgH Mfc,.r,lU,s)k. BMhrttriuili S UmhHi h till! rtiM ted wt m m rivf.veaMMuaMtliJatnajaAtM, .at fctrmi. alrm. UiMl.,M.th te( vt vtr. ku itvffMitaMter.rralibV Cm .1! ikktM l 4rrm Mart Ilk mwtaf , vtikntsMUlMtlli. HilrtiutffnlMi eR. Kaallr .P.IM4. a a-tV fert.l all .C.l.Tiai al4 ; Jrafrlaia ar lran tm at aa Ball tatoSMAia jwraalraav IrlU Om, Ma. Tn&a tin, tU, td MAYOR WALNUT-OIL OO ; Part, la. :. iitntu. Jum-Cirt.na, n.u.i Animal Belonging to Lady MacKenzic Is Under Care of Physician. New York. Jul IS. Toto, an ape be longing to a species almost as raro as that of the Lulu bird. Imbibed -"o much whisky during a recent fling among the white lights that he had to be placed In the care yesterday of a private phy sician, according to the animal's owner. Lady Grace MacKcnrle. "The poor thing was unconscious for more than an hour today." said Lady MacKinrie. "I brought him home from the police station and placed him in bed. but lie still Is under the influence of liquor." Toto had spent the night in the East Tnirty-flfth street police station, where he was taken as a material witness against Frederick if. Keles. of 230 West Thirty-ninth street. Lady MacKenzle, who Is a big game hunter and lives at the Belnord apartments, Elghty-stxta street and Hroadnay, had charged Eeles with abducting the animal. Eeles had been Lady MacKenkle's secretary. The charge was withdrawn and Toto was taken to police headquarters, where Inspector Faurot battled with hlra for an hour to take" his finger prints. Demon Hum still had a strong hold on Toto, and his exuberant spirits wcro manifested! when he threw the Ink out of the window andjdrew the map of France on Faurot'a shirt bosom with his soiled paws. "Toto drifted Into tho hands ot two drunken sailors, and they took him the rounds of Broadway. They fed him all the whisky he could hold." said Lady MacKenzle. when she arrived -to claim her pet. Lady MacKenzle captured Toto In Africa. She values the animal at S5,00iX It has been estimated that within the cities of New York State, there are 3.W0 miles of street capable of sustaining a growth of 5.000,000 shade trees, which can be. made worth llOf,M3,000 In In- rr...nd rl-aaaa. valuav AMERICAN RED CROSS IN BELGIUM I P MfclHMLMMii T HHH "VI ml i MLMl, i li I'n t.HII ) 'I I i i1 I IS BaaC- " aaH -iBBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBa - llBalBala .IBalBalBaVj5LBalBalBalBalBaflB ! K U BBLaH BbIBbIBbIBbIBbIBbIBbIBbIBbIV? BatBalB U V" ' ' fC$ ' ' TT. . ua-V a SaBalBBBBHaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBiaBBBBaLK aTaBLalLBrlir V ZS aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBalBBH aB K,' alH k IbBBbVt V KVt? V-rSatBBtaVS v?bIbV. & BBBBBBlBBralBlaaHar aiakJaEBBlBXr4alHI Wi ant- nw'CHVI9&aLwLvs31 W. L.aK.Bl.HVaB 'iKa.al.alH.aBVjaH'IBlH iUiKKCiimK3'-MSU Ti BBaB WaaaaaaaWaaHaaiBBaaa.tBaaaaaBlHaBaaHV!3 SaUSaKal I Hi .IbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW . aV ST. 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The office boy, who is obliged to be on hand early In the morning and to sweep out and dust, who cannot get nn after noon off without asking his employer's consent, may feel that ha is altogether too much under the rule of discipline and that his employer, who appears to go where he will and to do as he pleases, occupies a position of complete Inde pendence. It Is obvious that the employer Is more Independent that li the employe. and may to a larger extent follow hls own will; but. as a matter of fact, he Is I practically as much under discipline, as much subject to rules and regulations, ns is the humblest man who works under him: for, if he should depart from established principles, he would become a bankrupt. Back of It all in business I the custo mer: and In business, and everywhere else, public opinion, established rules, precedent, right and wrong methods: all of these make a composite master, under which every man worki. whether ho Is the president of a republic, the king of a great nation, or the motorman of a trolley car. Such a thing as complete Independence does not exist. The only Independence that Is worth anything, that csn be counted on to help one In his dally life. Is the Independence which Is dependent, which recognizes the rights of others. and which does not strut though the world with an antagonizing chip on Its shoulder, claiming the right to wear It and refusing to give permission to any body to knock It off. (Copyright. 1315.) Steamer St. Johns Colonial Beach WASHINGTON'S ATLANTIC CITY. Saturdays. 2l30 p. m. Other days, 9 too a. m. IUturnin2. lean Colonial Bach t p. m. horn, acatn 10 p. m. Fare: Bound trip. Saturdija. XL (cod dnrhuc BFajon Sundays, ana other darm, 5) orata. road 42ay of purchas. only. JifMren. half tars, ooa dq tickata sold on all trips. Uptown Ticket OtnesU3S F at. n. sad Mcm Ticket Aimer. Ebbiu Haass. Forty-mile eTenlnsr trip. Mon days only. St. John Iearrra 7 o'clock. Il.me again 11 o'clock. Buds Killed by Rain; Bees Starve. Boonvllle. Ind.. July IS. The incessant rains in this section are responsible for the starvation of bees In alarming num bers. Gilbert Perlgo. a leading apiarist of this county and the owner of elghtr stands of bees. Is feeding his bees on his stock of honey gathered last year. The bees are unable to feed themselves for the lack of blooms. BEUlKl:HEHUkVVlX33 3S AMEFSAgvM "HafrPl-OMr- IK.BfcAfgALaa.V Momertois Future In Woman's Mind Tie expectant mother revolves la her Kind all re on. darttand by dsstiny. And It Is of tho utmost Importance! that ber physical comfort ba our first thought. Thera I a Meat .plendld rem edy for this purpose, known M "Mother's Friend." It If applied orer the mostles of tha Stomach, reatir rnhheil la. aad at once peaetratei to reilere all train oa aerroj, cord. Usjawata aad aH parti. Inietred. It avikw ta araaele to pliant that tha expand aaturally. And at tha aana tlata thqr ara tarltp-atad by tha abamea of n.ntalnc Bala ao apt to dWra tha mind. Wfcaterar will add to tha coaifort Of tha cmartont author la a. a-naal ami Us. fnl lasaeaca alaca a rlw.aad,paacafol period mow dmto a woaoarrauy ram firm luiniaaj upon tha conUs cafld. Get a bottla of totkor-a Wand" f any ttraobt aad yea win roaUae why m awny waaMa dadaia It to ba the moat helpful natedy thay knew of. -Write today t SratHWd .lSr CaVaW taaur M. Atlanta. Oa, r a mkmMt hook of gnat tatarat uA Tata . mm m SHORT SUMMER OUTINGS TO THE .? SEASHORE Norfolk i Old Point Comfort $4.00 Ocean View round trif Virginia Beach FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS. Good 1o Return Followtaa; Monday. Modern Steel Palace Steamers From Washington Dally. 1 P. M. City Ticket Office. 731 13th St. N. W. Woodrrard Bids;. Phone Mala 1030. Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Co. W.-.V.V.'.WM s 3 m '."..v.;.. X .00 Sunday Excursions Atlantic City Special Through Train with out change of cars SUNDAYS July 2S Aninat a and St. Special Train Leaves Washington ..t40a.aa. Tickets on sale Saturday pea. ceding each excursion. $2.50 WPhUaWpfa $2.25 Chester $2.00 WikiaftH AND RETURN SUNDAYS Ana-oat 1, 13. aB Seatesaber 13. SOi October 10 and 34. Special Train Leayes Washington ..Ti30a.aa. Tickets on sale Saturday pre ceding each excursion. $1.50 W BaHiMre AND RETURN Saturdays and Sundays . Tickets od oa all trains except Congressional Limited and to retara antll BlM a. m. Meaday. Pennsylvania R.R. it SI" V. Sr READ THE NEW BIG . ) SUNDAY HERALD 1K 3, i . & m tf -v.,?'y'-..MrfiKcj' 3 . i '-(- JIMIk.fefe, . S& ., v ..- sss in 4-. . .-f S88WSKSS . -W-JTAa.l'aI,-P-l- C"CJ S? .ri . iz&. ?r& ? jii-1 exa frw . 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