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TO HONOR DEAD Two Arches Proposed as Memorial to Maryland Heroes. As a permanent memorial for the sons of Maryland, the proposal, has been mode by the Good Roads League Prince George County. Md., that the Bladensburg and Annapolis high way bo built with an arch at each end In honor of their bravery. As outlined by John R. Rugglcs. president of the league, the sugges tion is as follow?: "The Good Roads I^eague of Prince George County suggests that this Hladensburg ami Annapolis highway be made a memorial to the soldiers, sailors and Marines who lost their Uvea in the war. "It Is suggested that an arch with bronxe tablet containing the names of the soldier heroe9 be erected at the Bladensburg terminal and that arch on which have been inscribed the names of the sailors and Marines bo built at the Annapolis end. Hljchway 1'lannfd. "With the S20C.OOO.OCX) amendment to the poetofllce appropriation bill, which is to be used for good roads in the United States, and the $125. OtO appropriated by th?* Maryland legis- I 'ature for the Bladensburg-Annapoli^ road, this would be one of the fore most highways of the State." ??overnor' Harrington, of Maryland, has asked that all suggestions for the Maryland Memorial bo tiled im mediately. Several projects have been presented. Baltimore residents have suggested that a civic center in Baltimore be erected. The women's section of the Council of Defense of Maryland has proposed the erection of a bridgo over the irpper Chesapeake River connecting the Eastern Shore at Baltimore. It j ha.** also been suggested that an An- \ n*?pol is-Baltimore highway be erected, j Various Maryland committees are: now working on these suggestions, which include a central body appoint ed by Governor Harrington. a? well j as count\- committees. PHILIPPINE SCHOOL SYSTEM EXTENDED Legislature Appropriates Thirty Million Pesos for Education. The Philippine Legislature, just clos ed. has passed an appropriation ot 3?>.000.u">0 pesos to extend universal free education in the islands. English will become the prevalent language, and the American educational system will be enlarged. "The adoption of this thoroughly | American educational measure." said cablegrams to the War Department yesterday, "will tend greatly to lift l hem moral responsibility incumbent on the United States to secure a tirm and orderly government, and. a>ide from difference of opinion which may have existed among American states men in the paft. it has been advocat ed by all Americans from the begin ning of the occupation that universal free education of the masses should l?e an essential characteristic of our 1 national policy in the Philippines.'' GEORGE WASHINGTON COURSES RESUMED Second Semester Opens Tomor row; Seven New Subjects. George Washington University will open its second semester tomorrow morning in all nine departments. There will be no formalities incident to the beginning of the new term. Several hundred new students are ex pected. Registration will continue in all de partment* for several weeks, but prospective students should enter as soon as possible so as to make it un necessary for tjjem to make up back work. Elmer Ia Kayser. secretary of the university, will bo at his office. 2101 G street northwest, daily from J) to 6 to distribute catalogs and give information concerning the courses. Seven new courses have been an nounced by I>r. Howard Lincoln lfodgkins. dean of the department of Arts and Sciences. HARPER TO ADVOCATE ARCH AS MEMORIAL Committee Chairman Will Appear Before House Solons Tuesday. ?*ol. Robert N". Harper, chairman of the arch of triumph committee, will discuss the plan for a memorial to the military service men of the Dis trict, before the House Buildings and Grounds Committee next Tuesday morning. The personnel of a subcommittee which will present this matter to Con gress is composed of the following: James T. IJoyd. vice chairman; E. F. Colladay. Ft. P. Andrews. W. B. Westlake. If. B. F. Macfarland. A. K. Parrls.* T. Janney Brown. George o. Walson. Frank P. I^eetch, Mrs. M. I a. Tucker. J. A. B. Rilev. Rev. J. H. Jeffries. Kugene H. Dunnigan. Wm. J. Rvanx. P. It- Pullman, II. S. Hollo han. John Lewis Smith, Capt. J. Fred Real I. John Miller, David A. Baer. Frank G. Butts. I>ee H. Harris. C. S. Bundy, Charles W. Darr. W. K. IIill and A- P Clark, jr. 10 Pneumonia Deaths Reported Saturday Deaths yesterday, from pneumonia in the District reported to the Health f Officer aggregated ten in number. ThlH is the largest number of deaths from pneumonia which have occurred In many months. Twenty-three new cases and two deaths from influenza were reported >esterday to the Health Office. The smallpox situation has shown marked improvement during the past few days. A week ago there were more than a score of cases under treatment at the Smallpox Hospital; there are only six cases under treat ment now. the remainder having com pletely recovered. To the Wife of One Who Drinks If this should meet the eyes of a wife, mother or friend of someone addicted to drink, unable to over come this ruinous habit, she may btain information of a method by which legions of drinkers have been freed from the curse quickly, easily nd with delightful benefit in their health, efficiency and happiness. This information will be sent in plain envelope on request to Edw. Woods. DA-275. Station F. New York. N. V Cut out and show others this advertisement. i opejt 0:15 A. M. B. t5aw> Som Co. "THE BUSY CORNER* PENNA.A1/LAT 8TH.SH c. BESTACBANT Fourth Floor. ?>. t5cmr> 0omCo. *TNE BUSY CONNER* PENNA./VLAT 8-T.H.SI Kfbraarr 1#? ltlfr? AIwiji Good at Kau'i F| ^.15at)r)J5omCo< "THE BUSY CORNER* PENNA./WLAT &TH.ST O/Oir ? tm p.?. Stout Models, as Well as Regulation Sizes, Are Charming in the New Blouses ?Blouse designers are considering very carefully the needs of the stout woman these days as well as the slender figure and sizes for all types will be found in the collection of new models in Georgette Blouses at $5.75, $6.95, and $8.95 ?Flesh, white and the popular suit shades will be found at the first mentioned price. Many are trim med with Filet lace, others are embroidered or bead ed. One of the smart stout models is made with sailor collar, embroidered on the front, and the collar is edged with Point Venice lace. A good range of sizes, but not all styles in all sizes. djr ?7r Choice $D?I J ?There are plenty of styles in the regulation sizes at this price, but we mention in particular one of the new stout models. It is of flesh-colored Georgette crepe, is very simply made and beautifully embroi dered in-pastel-colored beads, and has lit- &C AC tie bead buttons. This and other styles at y0?vD ?Beautiful embroidery designs and beaded patterns ornament many of these blouses. One particularly pretty blouse is made in a slip-over style, trimmed with buttons down the back and buttons on shoulder. Some are made with long satin collars. They are ??hown in the new suit shades, pastel colors, also flesh and white. All sizes to select from $8.95 Lingerie Blouses in Stout Styles. ?luckcd styles of fine white voile, with col . lar trimmed in Point Vcnisc lace; some tucked and trimmed with Val eo r/\ lace, at $?.DU ?I'inc voile blouses; front is tucked to sim ulate a little vest effect and has touch of embroidery; has new sailor collar, J2 ?French voile blouse, has a sailor collar trimmed with Val lace and is daintily embroidered in front, at. $3.95 /? The Latest in Spring Suits Blouse Suiti in Great Variety. Semi - Tail ored Suits. Smart Box Suits. |py Plain Tail ?? ored Suits. ?In the new blouse and box-coat style will be seen the new panel vests of tricolette, moon-glo, khaki-kool and brocaded and fancy silks, in rose, tan, gold, gray and white. ?Most of these have square or circular neck lines, and the collars of the coats are in variations of the Medtci, the Tuxedo or Dutch effect. ?In the more strictly tailored styles are found new vests of white satin, or pique, in many mannish effects, which is decidedly the correct style for such straight-line effects, with their trimmings of silk braid, or pipings and band ings. These styles show the unbroken waistline, and many have the multiple pockets. Collars are in tapering shawl styles, the Directoire revere, or the simple lapel. ?Narrow shoulder and well-fitted sleeves distinguish these new suits. Priced from $29.75 to $75.00 We Are Featuring Stylish Stout Suits in Many Styles at $39.75 to $89.75 ?These are made with and without the fancy vest, and are of firm wearing serges, hair-line stripes, and new black and white checks. These are very smart models, and designed to give a slendering effect to the stout figure. -Ser??d FImt. vr ft Four Specials in Wash Goods ?50c Dress Ginghams ?32-inch- new spring plaids, checks, stripes, in the rich color combinations noticeablc this spring; also in plain colors to match; in light and dark effects. All American-made QQ ginghams. Special, a yard . . ?50c Silk and Cotton Crepe ?36 inches wide, in all the seasonable plain colors, also black and white. The flesh color and white are very much in demand for making women's summer underwear. Spe- QQ cially priced tomorrow, a yard. OOC ?75c Silk and Cotton Plaids ? 36 inches wide, in gingham plaid patterns, dark and medium colors. A practical, durable material for making children's school dresses, women's busi ness waists, etc. Special. a yard. 38c ?50c Mercerized Poplins 27 inches wide, in all the staple col ors and black. A material much used for light-weight spring suits, one-piece dresses, for children's school dresses. Special, a yard, Monday !\sr? fancy ribbons! ?5Zi to 6?/2 inches wide?checks, floral patterns and a lot of plain satin ribbons, also a good assortment of stripes. These will be suitable for children's hair ribbons, hat rib bons, etc. Regularly 89c a yard. Special, s yard, tomorrow ?Black Velret Ribbons. 7/i inches wide, just right for making the new girdles, with the long sash ends. This is a soft, pliable, taffeta back ribbon. A $1.39 value, tomorrow, a yard..................... 59c 89c -streft n??r. Designers Have Dared and Ac complished the Most Won derful Effects in Printed Georgette Crepes Some of these are almost impossible to describe. They are large floral patterns, designs that suggest the graceful stems and leaves of the Virginia Creeper, and others that look like fiery worlds in a nebulous whirl, and wreath de signs in effect like those on fine French tapestries and dra peries.. ?The colors are chiefly dark. combina<ions of henna and blue, gray and pastel colorings, white and black effects, and many others. $4.00 ?All 40 inches wide. $3.00 and A yard, - PLAIN COLORED GEORGE1TE CREPE. 40 inches wide, in a great line of colors, including the new artillery red and league blue; also many other shades of blue?dark and me dium navy, Alice blue, gray blue, Belgian blue, etc.; also wistaria, peach, taupe, dark green, white and ?0 many other shades. A yard Vu.UU Kinn'N? I.are More?Street l-'loor. rr1 New Lots Added to This Extraordinary RUG SALE Do Not Miss Its Opportunities. In the Sale Find Values to $22 and Sizes up to 12x15 Ft. ?We must have room for incoming shipments, that is why we cut the prices so deep on these rugs that will be needed by you real soon. ?12x15 Matting Rugs, in woven designs ?9x 12-ft and 8x10-ft. Grass Rugs, in blue and green i ?9xl2-ft. and 7V2llOVz-ft All Fiber Rugs, stenciled designs... ?9x12-ft. Wool and Fiber Rugs, j seamless and reversible ! ?9x12-ft. Gold Seal Congoleumj Art Rugs i ?T'/jxlOVj-ft. Armstrong's Cork Linoleum Rugs 24x36 in. Rag Rugs, 49c ?Washable styles, for bath and bed rooms. Neat mottled or hit-and-miss designs, in light and dark colorings. Monday, $0.94 9x12 Ft. and 8/4x10*4 Axminster Rugs. ?Continuing the Sale Mon day of Values to $47.95, Choice Ft. $25.00 lvnnn'ft?Third Floor. Another Sheet Sale Monday All Perfect $3.00 <?0 ft A and $3.25 Values ?We have only a lim ited quantity, 81x99 in. and 81x108 in., plain and hemstitched, and they will be quick ly snapped up at to morrow's price. House keepers will recognize them as products of the famous Naumkeag mills. ?42 x 36-incb Glenwood Bleached Pillow Cases made from a good quality cotton and regularly sold at 40c. Special OT Monday, each... 36-inch Bleached Cotton, suitable for women's and children's underwear, and other uses; a good value at the regular price of 23c a yard. Monday. 1 Q a yard JLJl. ?74x94-inch Bed Spreads, for single bed. crochet scal lop edge, with cut corners, strictly perfect; regularly $3. Special Mon- 1 QT day )1.0D ?Kann's?Street Floor. 'Too Many Blankets and Comforts S&JS.SH $7.95 wo sizes, both $12.00 ?66x8o-inch WOOL MIXED PLAID BLANKETS, and a close imitation of our all wool, plaid blankets, soft finish. In large block plaids?3-inch blocks?in pink, blue, tan, and gray combined with white. Regularly $9.00?To /\r close at $U.?fD And wo have out prices so remorselessly that it will pay every householder in Washington to buy now. for next winter's use. Wo haven't room to handle these and make displays of summer merchan dise. therefore- TilH SMAM, IX>TS OF UKPWEAR MUST GO. ?72x80-inch WOOL MIXED BLANKETS?White, with pink and blue borders. A superior quality of wool is used in the construc tion of these blankets, and all have a fine, close finish. All neatly bound with mohair; regularly $10.00. To close at ?ALL WOOL BLANKETS, strictly pure wool, of a fine, soft quality?in white, with pink and blue borders. specially priced to close. 60x80-inch (jjl A QC 70x80-inch size size ?66x80-inch WOOL FINISHED BLANKETS, excellent quality, soft finish, in white with pink and blue borders, and wide mohair binding. A limited quantity only. To QP close V?**'*' ?72x80-inch COTTON FILLED COMFORTS, covered with silko line, in light and dark colors; some finished with wide, plain colored border; filled with the best white cotton; light weight and heavy weight comforts; $5.00 value. To ^O QC close at vJivD ?DOUBLE BED COMFORT, silkoline covers, in pretty floral de signs, good quality, filled with white cotton, scroll stitched and tufted. Special to close, at ?72x8o-inch HEAVY WOOLNAP BLANKETS, in white with wide colored borders. Even at our regular price these were unusual values, but they, too, must go out $4.95 $2.69 in this sale. Rcgrilar $7.00. To close at. -Street I' loor. Petticoats Are Rather Close Fitting for Spring ?They must necessarily be so to suit the new. tight skirt*. Ma terials arc soft and rather clinging to give the smooth lines required for the spring styles. ?TAFFETA PETTICOATS, in plain and changeable effects, deep flounce finished with two little ruffles, and a pleated A A ruffle at }w?UU ?DRESDEN TAFFETA PETTICOATS, in dark colors, deep flounce shirred at top, Vandyke tucking and knife pleating below?in navy, green, brown, also some changeable effects, with floral designs, Klosfit tops and patent fasteners, at ?SILK JERSEY TOP PETTICOATS, with taffeta flounce, fine tucked, finished with little knife pleated ruffle, in plain and change able effects?Russian green, purple, blue and taupe, at ?MOHAIR TOP PETTICOATS, with taffeta silk flounce, shirring at top. finished with two small ruffles, in extra and regu lar sizes, finished with Klosfit tops, at ?EXTRA SIZE SILK JERSEY TOP PETTICOATS. Dresden flounces, pleated and finished with two small knife pleated ruffles, in hunter's green, taupe, plum, peacock blue and navy, at ?ALL JERSEY SILK FANCY PETTICOATS, the lops are in plain colors, and have deep accordion-pleated flounce in novel, large block patterns of alternating colors, in such combinations as navy, rose and tan; emerald, purple and tan; rose, gray and Belgian AT blue; and tan, rose and Belgian blue, at W&.?/*/ Sn $5.50 ounce, fine and change $5.50 , shirring at $3.95 S, Dresden ated ruffles, $10.75 I lo?r.