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DEMONSTRATIONS TODAY.
The following demonstrations will
. fce given today by experts from the
Jlonle Demonstration office of the
ltopartment of Agriculture: 3:30 p.
m. at the Jefferson School. Mrs.
Lacy Holloway. demonstrator; t:10
p. m. at 805 Taylor street northwest;
p. m. at Brook land School,
Tenth street, between Monro* and
I.*wrence streets northeast, Mrs. L.
A. Aodms. demonstrator* 7:10 p. m.
at wanwood School (colored), pa
triotic rally, Mrs. C. B. Seahrook.
speaker.
ANARCHIST BILL WILL
BE TAKEN UP TODAY
PUm Exclusion of Duturt*r? or
TViy [WnftrtihftB
Hsder la afr??nent adopted yes
terday. the House will Uke up today
the hill by Burnett, of Alabama, to
exclude from this country aliens srho j
are anarchlata.
The Mil provides that an persons
at alien nationality who teaah or
advocate unlawful destruction of |
property and the overthrow of the
governmeat shall be prevented from
entering this country, while persons
of that character may be arrested
upon warrant of the Secretary of
Ixbor art deported. It la also pro
vided rldfe persons once deported
may be re-arrested if they again
enter this country, serve five yeara
in the penitentiary and at the expi
ration of the sentence be again de
ported.
Two hours of debate are provided
for in the resolution adopted by the
Mouse. Little opposition to the meats
are la looked for. and Burnett hopes
to be able to paws the bill at the end
of the debate.
NEW FIGHT ON BUCHANAN.
The flght of allowing a statue of
James Buchanan in Washington is
not over yet. It cropped out in an
entirely unexpected spot yesterday.
Senator Kenyon. of Iowa, one of
the eleven men who voted against
allowing the statue to be erected, put
tec * MS. asking Congress to sell
MeridiaJi Hill Park. where the image
n-as to stand.
EAWUfCftALI, LONG Iz'-AMP
1136 Ginaftctidt A re. N. W.
STANDARD OIL CO.
Fisd Fofroo Trucks deliver Maxi
aum Service. What's Your Problen?
I "All
J Major H. Robb }
OPTICIAN
?1413 F Street N, W.{
Sullivan's
CwmnM
BUCK OIL DYE
AND DRESSING
CAPITAL SHOE FINDINGS CO.
Capitals Bid*. KIT F St. W. W.
~~ain W68 Washington, D. C.
The'htor* Tour Pfajvicfon Becommenda.
Trusses Experts7
-of rs >etn experience. Special trained at
tendants for lad** rrirate room*.
The GIBSON CO., Inc., 917 G St
loans '
HORNING I
| Umm. (South of HUbwmj Bridge)
? fht Aot?apNln from IUi sad P ats. nw. *[
TODAY IS THE LONGEST DAY
The tttn rises today at 5:43 A. M. and does not set till 8:47
PH
Under the Daylight Saving Law we will see more hours of
fonihine today than the majority ever saw before. It will
be-a day worth while if you use it to open a bank account
here or draw that long-intended will.
Call at Either Office of
THE
WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY
F at NUk mi G at l.ntiHh
Capital, (1,000,000. JOHN B. LARNER, Plldlllt
?>dy Ampthill Tells of In
trepidity in Great
Peril.
I?ndon. June 20 ?High praise for
lie kdvance guard of America'*
omenr array comprising a thous
and Red Croaa nurses already In
> ranee and England) was given to
AraPthl". head of the
, ? ? which la the popular name
m*mhers of the Volunteer
Aid Department. The wife of the
Former Governor General ?f India,
who heads an army of (0.000 girl
workers, aatd:
"**?*?*' th? American women's
contribution haa been comprised of
highly trained and elllcient nurses.
I predict as stirring deeds of he
| roiam and self-aacrlflce from them
i *? ,my e*I>efl?nce with the English
Jglrla behind the lines haa shown
me.
Rerele ITwsea
thrilling story of six *lrl
unbalance drivers In France, who
hfve been awarded the military
cro** has Just reached me. They
wera ordered In the midst of the
German drive to remove the wound
ed4from a field hospital to the rear
In ambulances. The only way out
was through a German barrage.
They drove through undaunted at
breakneck speed, shrapnel whist
ling and bombs bursting all around
m They got through safely.
'Whenever there la a call for vol
unteers to give flesh or blood needed
ror delicate operations, on wounded
,h*r* ? hearty response
rrom the American nurses. As re- i
gmrde the question of bringing Ameri
can women chauffeurs, cooks and
2S2f!*?h?" -ho are untrained in
hospital work over to France and
England, that depends on the trans
port situation.
Qaestl??
.^fh?^d "S? ** enough ships over
? k? ????? the soldiers' needs avall
| abl? for thla It ma. be tried later.
h** * women'a
J w tnm- English women
enthusiaatlcally responded to the caw
From practically every home there
..J?? * f "laughter to Join.
l?nJT - highest families In the
land dropped all aoclal frivolities to
drive ambulance* and trucka
"We know that American women
are anxious for first-hand war serv
Itt^^'eT.^ - ?
2 U. S. leather Records
Were Broken Yesterday
Weather experts in Washington
were interested yesterday by the
announcement from the Weather
Bureau of two weather records reg
ww" th* Un<ted 8,at'? thl?
One occurred In Vermont yester
day morning, when a minimum
temperature of is degrees was. ob
seried. The highest temperature
ever recorded in June was observed
ternoon"" V' M?"
The bureau announced that tem
h?h continue unreasonably
State* " and mhtr Western
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
rt"1' *"rmOT F??l; SshwUr iartlj
ch?d,; m?icr... saotbes* ioathwlodf
!-OCAI' TKiTERATl REB.
1 '*? ? 1 ?:tM ?
< ^ i?'a 12 """a. ??; 2 Pm 72*
i ? '.,TO; i ? "? '? ? Hiibast' 5'
? H m. V '' ' *'m' * I?m-. OS;
Rainfall (? pm. to ? pm.) ?
Hn?? of ??in?hine. H.?
Per cent of po?tfhl? gunahine, NO.
. departures
*???
J? '- "?? +*
Jiw 1. M?, P?*?Htsti<? ance
_{*????? of precaution rirc JuM !_ m
t uu HiaW, S;
TEMCKRATIBE IN OTHER CITIES.
I/i west
Highest previous Kaiu
AiUots. r., ' I'll
?*'? ?
HoAtoii, Mais. ... m 72
I 'Tiicaso. m ..'.'""n ? ~
I ? lereiand OlUo i. "?. * *
|t*awr. * ?
; Detroit, MM, Z"" m % *
DiUntU. Minn Ji ?
Osirnton. Tp?
In^snspoli., |nd. ?' ? ? -
JackaooTille. FU. M ~ 92
u* ? l? *
Oriraas. La. . ?
N*. Tort, K T ? ^
Pittuhnrah, p. !?
PortUnd. Or?g. "? ij
?alt Uke Clt,. Utah....':.'.' !? TO
St loui.. Mo. 7. " ???
?sa Phinci?ct>, fVl. "gj *
^ .T,nE TABLES
, w ^ 1 "Ited SutM Cout and fieMrtlc
I Todsv^-Low tide. 12ra and 1 ??
h ah tide. , ? Vj? . ? ' " ? m':
_ . ? THE SUN.
^Todar-s? r?. 5<1
Mccn rises, 5-11 n m.: ?*. . _
Antfannbtle um? u, b, lifh'tM by m p.
LOCAL MEnWon.
cwo?.trSx?S ^
panCAk.e,V,i5c: "?h ^oe!n2bc CA 'V
rSSfc.P??r or buckwheat, UUc;
| mesJ. 55c* ^ChL12 lb' "hfe
? Cabin syruo. 20c*
"c; red kidney belts'
!2^' p"?ea.ncr7rap;
l?ef U tST ?r5l?.r^6ecd
FOREIGN BORN THEME
AT ARTS CLUB DINNER
Uri. KiriMriU Iptldliu Qerry
spoke at the Arte Club dinner last
night on the "Amorlcamsation of the
Immigrant'1
Her work ta a supervisor 1A the
night achoela haa brought her In
touch with many foreign an who have
wished to become Americana
W. 8. Bafford spoke of our Latin
American neighbors, and Or. Cu
tnande, ot New York, of the foreigner
aa he la found in New York public
schools.
PAY DEADLOCK,
WITH BUREAU
WOMEN FIRM
? 600 Union .Workers Are
Insistent on $900
Minimum.
Women employes of the Bureau
of Engraving and Printing and
members of the 8enate Appropria
tiona Committee are deadlocked to
day over the question of increasing
the minimum wage at the bureau to
$?00 per year, instead of tha $54$
wage rate that prevails at present.
Testimony btfhre the committee
yesterday estabi' b^d this fact:
There is no ci...cr market In
which the bureau can obtain skilled
workers to print liberty bonds and
war savings stamps, and the expe
rience of trained workers in this
service can not be turned to profi
table account In other fields.
Hope for Compromise
The women who have lately or
ganised . to obtain a living wage
hope that the matter will at least
be compromised and that the Sen&te
committee will give the bureau a
large enough appropriation so that
the minimum wage of the workers
will be Increased to $900.
%Wlth the demand for women work
ers increasing daily and the cost of
living soaring, me worfrvrs feel that
I they can scarcely afford to remain in
their present nositiona unless a wage
increase is granted. For patriotic rea
sons many have refused to accept
other positions Qnt.'l they can finally
determine wnether the increase will be
granted.
Twenty-she Hundred 1b Union
Of the 3.(00 white women workers
2.000 have entered the organisation
that haa affiliated Itself with the
American Federation ot LabQr. The
leaders hope to ie:ure the remainder
of the workers thl* week.
Today they will ho?d a meeting in
Typographical Temple and Miss Julia
Lathrop will speak. Saturday they
will have a mass meeting at New Ma
sonic Temple. Miss Jeannette Rankin
13 expected to speak.
?w
?
MAJ. SHOULTS, I
DEADOYERSEA,
RESIDED HERE
Was Employed in War De
partment?Leaves Fam
ily in Alexandria.
. /?
MaJ. Edward Shoults, whose name
appear* In the casualty llat pub
lished by the War Department yes
terday, anion* those dying of dis
ease. was formerly t resident of
' Alexandria and was about SO years
old. In addition to his wife, who
was Miss Grace Cogan, of Alexan
dria. he Is survived by a son. Worth
Shoults, also of Alexandria.
The deceased, until entering the
army, lived at Rlverdale. Md. When
he entered the army his family
moved to Alexandria and are now
living at the residence of Worth
Hulttah. (IX Cameron street.
Mrs. Shoults was a native of To
ronto, Canada, and lived In Alexan
dria for many years, subsequently
moving to Washington and thence
to Rlverdale.
MaJ. Shoults when the war broke
out was in the e*"ce of Gen. Crosier
In the W*r Department Re ten
dered his service to the government
for army service and was commis
sioned captain. He served In Franoe
upder Gen. Pershing and after pro
motion to.major was assigned to
duty In London, being chief ?t the
disbursing ofllce.
MaJ. Shoults was an expert stenog
rapher and for a number of years
taught private classes In shorthand
while living in Alexandria.
NEW OFFICERS TAKE
CHARGE OF AUXILIARY
Tillie May Roth Ii President of
Ladies of War Veterans.
' New officers are today In charge
of the affairs of the Ladies' Auxil
iary. Department of the District, i
United Spanish War Veterans, fol
lowing the election at the annual
encampment held recently. The of
ficers are as follows :
Tillie Mae Hot?, department
president; Margaret Phillips, chap
Iain (re-elected); Kathryn Dentler,
conductress; Nora Albers. guard;
Cora M. Campbell, secretary; Jen
nie P. Rudloff, treasurer.
A committee attended t|ie conven
tion of the Spanish War Veterans
of the District and presented the
greetings of the Ladies' Auxiliary,
Cora M. Campbell acting as spoka
man. Adjutant James J. Murphy
replied.
Plans to attend the national con
vention of the order In Baltimore
September 3, 4 and 5. were mad*
?Said Wed Hand It to You
HERE IT IS?
SALE OF 300
ALM BfcACH
" Xool Kloth %
Suits
Get Y<
Today
Pain Beach and Kool Kloth Sub far 57.50. Think of it! Aad the geaaiat article, toe.
tailored garment*?alonj the perfect-fitting lines. This it ? clearance af al odds aad ends aad
in trapical-weight clothes. But remember?only 300 saits?no time to laae. Came today?right m! Harry I
Officers, Attention!%
' We're
close oat the
them at the
onr line af uniforms, and to
stock an hand we're affering
sacrificing redactions:
Smart
Gabardine
Uniforms
$26
One Lot
of Khaki
Uniforms
$9.50
A Few
Serge
Uniforms
Another
Lot of Khaki
Uniforms
Mohair Suits
In a full range of sizes and
patterns, but not every size of
every pattern. They come in
dark shades moetly, and for the
business man who wants to
make real savings they are sim
ply WONDERS at
MONROE CLOTHES SHOP
SECOND FLOOR.
TENTH AND F STREETS
?*Klr\nted In Unilitj,
But Hot la Price."
See Displays in First Floor Windows
<JShop around and get prices if it
will make you any happier! You*11
just appreciate what you get here
ALL THE MORE!
q Maybe you think you can (ave
almost as much anywhere! ONE
VISIT will prove to you that you're
ENTIRELY WRONG!
Geaialar A.plrta
Tabletai made in
U. S. A. by Smith.
Kline & French
Co.. Phil*.; 100 6
grrain tablets.
BRIMG COUPOlf
Tooth Brush. regular 25c value
guaranteed not to shed. With 1
coupon only "
H-21
BRING COUPOlf
Dentox Tooth Paste whitens the
teeth, hardens the gums. Reg- 1 Ca
ular 35c tube. With coupon onljrAt^
H-ti
llaef with it you
can fix your hair
any style.
FIVE
GOOD STORES.
'FIVE
GOOD STORES.
From the oldest resident to the latest arrival in Washington there is.no one in the city who won t ouy D?ter?
to great satisfaction?with" increased economy, if they'll MAKE THESE STORES THEIR HEADQUARTERS! It's
a great big organization, working day and night in your behalf! You'd be almost foolish NOT to take advantage
of such a great outlet as these stores prove! If you're a stranger to them as you read this?GO TO THE NEAREST
"People's Store" NOW! Then you've started on the "Road to Economy!"
Delicate
Powders
Your Regiriar Smoke
Favorites.
MOXTK t'HKIVTO (Pertfil# CmJrl
lftr atralicfctl !>?* ?f 2S, <2.25.
(ilKJIKD iBrakm)
lOcl 3 for 2fie; box of SO.
GIRARD (Bfifhcttnl
3 for 2Sft kox ?( M, M.W.
M. Bl'STlLLO irurtu K?p. i
?J for 15*1 Iwi tf 25. *1.75; box of 50. 5U..VI.
BL, ROI TAN < I'erferto Extra)
lOri 3 far 25*1 *3.75 far SO.
El. KOI TAX (H. C. Brrva.)
lOr: 3 far Or, KUm far Ml.
KF.Ll.Y'S BOtOlKT (Pactflol
R?| 2 far 15c| (3.10 for SO.
IIOVQI KT (Admiral*). Ut| 3 far 25c; *3.75 far 50.
To Improve Your Hair,
Use These
Hall Hair Renewer. revised formula, $1.00 size 7Dc
Mme. Du Four's Hair Tonic, either light or dark, 75c size.em
Peacock's Solution will remove dandruff and stop fulling
/lair a 4 9e, Mr
Pompeian Hair Mas-ape 24r, 45c. 7Or
Swissco Hair Tonic 43c, 85r
Farr's Hair Restorer, regular $1.00 size S9c
Lavona de Composee, 75c size 79r
Wampole's Tair Tonic and Dandruff Remover; only one
size bottle Mr
Q-han Hair Tonic. ^Oc size and $1.00 size.^ 45c. 85r
Q-ban Hair Restorer, 75c size 6?r
Wonderful
Creams
Ingrams* Milk Weed Cream... 39r. 9U?*
Egyptian Cream, 50c size 45c
N'adinola Cream, 50c size 45c
Cleopatra Massage Cream, a grease
less pink preparation that sinks
in the pores and soaks the dirt
and oil out, leaves the skin clean
and rosy; large Jars 4l?r
Creme Elcaya, 60c size 4D?*
Aubrey. Sisters' Bcautifier, 35c size.29?*
Hazeline Snow 29c
Woodbury Facial Cream, regular
25c tubes 21r
Queen Anne Motion, an excellent
remedy for rough irritated skin
and ideal after shaving; two
sizefc ? 35c, 65?'
Oriental Cream 91.2.%
Orchard White, regular 40c size...32r
Derma Viva Liquid Face Powder, In
flesh or white, 50c size... a S9r
50c Java Rice Powder, in all shades
Choice S
50c I,sb1ache (Ben Levy) Powder,
all *hade*. Choice 1
50c Alysia Face Powder, made of
%the first grade Imported rice pow
"der, in all shades. Choice 4
Manila Rice Powder, all shades.
Choice 3
PJer-Klss Face Powder, white, flesh,
pink or brunette, sue *nd I
Madame Vendome Face Powder, a
genuine ftnported powder, in all
shades. Choice I
Mclba Face Powder.. I
Melbaline Rice Powder 3
P. D. S?
Prevents Bedbugs
Sore aad Safe?
AicnInst all lascel
prats. Simple t#
u?r# F?ra?rly
known as P. D. Q
Ilia ran? 0|U
?nrlakle tap.
15c Peterman's
Ant Powder. 19e
15c Peterman's
Roach Pow
der lOr
25c Peterman's
Roach Pow
der 20r
15c Chloride
Lime, 12-oz.. 19<
Pure Gum Cam
phor, lb.... 91.23
40 c Black Flag
Insect Pow
der 8r
25c Black Flag
Tnscct Pow
der 18c
80c Black Flag
Insect \Pow
der 39r
25c Rough on
Rats ? I9r
25c Egyptian
Deodorizers. l?r
10c Death
Dust 8r
25c Death
Dust 2?r
Sulphur Can
dles. Br, ?
Thoroughly Reliable
Family Remedies
25c Cutlcura
Soap 21 r
10c physicians
and Sur
geons' 8c
25c Palmer's
Skin Success. 19c
25c Woodbury
Facial 21c
25c Resinol
for 23c
25c Dermatone
Skin Soap.
19c. 3 far OOr
15c Munyon's
Witch Hazel
Soap.
9e, 3 for 25c
Pears' Unscent
ed ITc
Scented . 19c
FORMALlI> (Wampole's)
People's Prices, ACi/i
2?? and
FLUID EXTRACT CAS
CARA. Bitter. Peo
ple's Price,
2 ounces
(1ETS-IT. People's 9Qr
Price
fSARFIELD'S TEA. Pco
pie's Prices, lOr,
20r and . . *
('.IDE'S PEPTO-MAX
CiAS. People's OQ>
Price
r;RAT'S GLYCERINE
TONTC. People's <M (V
Prices. 49r and.
fSTdOVKIF* M WOK
EDY. People's iKt
Price
HI iYCOTHYMOT ,TNE.
People's Prices, QE|
23e. 45e and
CALOCIDE, for sore feet
People's QQii
Price
BABEK for malaria.- AQ-i
Regular 60c size..
gREO TERP1N CO. Peo
ple's Price, oqa
pint
COLLY HI UM WYETH.
??!.*:: 590
CUTICURA OINTMENT.
People's Pricey QTa
23c. 48c ana...?...??y
CARBONA. People's *
Prices. JSe. 18c
CASCARETS. People's
DOAN-S KIDNEY PILLS.
as? '530
D. D. D. People's OQ^
Prices, 29c, 49e and0*7^
DE WITT'S KIDNEY
PILLS. People's fJQA
Priccs. 39c and
DOBELL'S SOLUTION.
People's Price, "1 Ka
pint AOr
DIOXOGEN. People's
Prices, 21c, 39e 59^
tiPSOM SALTS. Peo- Oa
pie's Price, "pound. ?V
ENO'S FRUIT SALT.
People's Price, QO>
pound ??V
ELY'S CREAM BALM.
People's Prices, QCk/i
49e and
FLUID EXTRACT CAS
"CARA AROMATIC.
People's Price, OK/
3 ounces
F.* IRCHILD1? PEPSIN.
Vnple's Prices, ftQ/
Take Gare of
Your Teeth!
Goodyear Hot-water Bottle, of heavy
maroon rubber: made especially for
the People's Drug Stores. Two-quart
size. This bottle has our guaran
tee for a full year. Special 91.49
Another model, made exclusively for
us by the Goodyear Rubber Company;
two-quart pime. extra heavy rubber.
'Guaranteed for two yeara.
Special 91.99
Two-quart size Hot-water Bottles;
white, red. maroon rubber; $1.00
and $1.50 grades. Special .. 99r
Best Red Rubber; convenient two
quart *ize; complete with all fit
tings; worth $1. 3pect%l ? 99e
Tyrlan* Standard Fountain Syringe:
two-quart size. All complete. 9fw
Rival Fountain 8yringe?white or
red rubber; two-quart size. All
complete. Special 9fer
Goodyear Congress Fountain 8yr1nge
?2-quart ^ize. Special 91.49
?anitol Liquid Powder or Paste....21e
Colgate's Dental Powder
Small llse 15e
Large size 24r
Kolynos Tooth Paste, regular 30c
tube 21e
Sanreco Tooth Paste, 25c size I9e
Forhan's Tooth Paste, regular 50c
tube
Dentlcura Tooth Paste, 25c tube... 19c
Euthymol Tooth Paste, Mc tube 19c
White's "Tooth Paste?
Large sl*e l?.
Trial slxe
Pond's Tooth Paste 19c
Ideal Chlorate of Potash Tooth
Paste, whitens the teeth, hardens
the gums and prevents Rlrn
disease; I3e; S tubes Me
Burn "canncd
V heat."
Marcus Ward's Famous Paper and Envelopes; S4 sheets
and 24 envelopes. Special
35c Initial Correspondence Cards.
Special
Crane's Linen
L$wn
For "Our Boy*," Eny-o-letter?.
Envelope and Paper combined?line for camps, but
^usefu^anywhere^jjjtejjackage^^^^^^^^^^^^
Lady Mildred and Assorted Chocolates; full
pound
Lady Helen Chocolates, covered cherries, per
pound
Helen. Lady Florence and. Assorted Choco- ?.
lates; fruit and nut ceatsrs. Full pound
SuMKt Chocolate*, 60c,to $1.50 Poni
Rom??ct (WoUtM. 80c to |1.2S ?tmmL
FIVE
GOOD STORES.
PIVE
GOOD STORES.
Whea Too Have a cm,
ChOla or Vever. Take
BABEK
No experiment. It has
MADE GOOD for IS
rears! Contains ao ar
senic, quinine or other
habit - forming Ihn^I
There's Only One Way
to secure a satin skin: Apply Satin
akin cream, then Satin skin powder.

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