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Rc**rt?Partly d?? i4< flof/i Stores Going Big! You Ought to See Them Coming for These 3,000 Thirty-five-cent Corliss-Coon Soft Collars 23c tl-S-i Half Dozen Si* Beauttfnl Wtlit* Fabrics to box. Splendid Pointed Shape. Sizet IS 1-S to IS On Sale Both Store* M'mey t Worth or Money Bark D. J. Kaufman Incorporated 1005-7 Pa. Are. SIS 17th St. X. W. J. H. ALLISON HEADS ["HERN PUBLISHERS Aahoville, N. C.. July 9.-J. H. Alli son. of the Fort Worth (Texas) Rec ord, was today elected president of the Southern Newspaper Publishers' Association. succeeding Frank G. Belt, of Savannah. M. E. Foster, of the Houston Chronicle, was elected ?rst vice president and W. A. Elliott.. Jacksonville Times-Union, second vice president. VV. C. Johnson, of the Chattanooga ?News, was re-elected secretary and treasurer. Foreign Wars' Post To Install Officers Representatives and high army officers will speak tonight at the public installation of officers for National Capital Post. No. 127. .Vet erans of Foreign Wars, to be held at 7:30 o'clock in the auditorium of Central High School, Eleventh and Sliffon*streets northwest. George J. Neuner. post commander, has arranged to have a number of wounded men from Walter Reed Hospital and the Naval Hospital in attendance. Representatives Thom as S. Crago and Royal C. Johnson. Brig Gen. H. G. Gibson. Brig. Gen. | Willis J. Hillings and Capt. Samuel Jacobson will speak. Prickly Heat Some day you will ask ( yourself. Why did I refuse ( to use Tyree's Antiseptic i Powder for these tormenting: J cases of Poison Oak. Prickly I Heat and Mosquito Bites? The ( person who does not use t Tyree's Antiseptic Powder 5 freely In these cases fails in j two ways, neglect and fore ! sight. For the effect of > Tyree's Antiseptic Powder in S these cases is almost marvel* < ous. One or two tablespoons . full dissolved in a basin of i water Invariably relieves you s while you are applving it. 5 When used in the same dilu ? tions Its application is very s pleasant and noncauterizing ) For thirty years Tyree's I Antiseptic Powder has been < the accepted standard for per ? sonal hygiene. In small, me > dium and large sizes?for sale ( 'by all drug and department J stores. ? K e member the name? i TYREE'S?accept no other. LOAMS HOMING Daaends, Witches, Jewelry Seeth tad of Highway Bridge Bulawe TrauactH Bxclnlveb T&evc. Takeearw ^ 12th ?tmt mm4 Pen?7tvaala ireaae for aaatk ?4 mt RU'i? w BrMct. Pare l? TOOTH ACHE Stopped In One Minute | By Columbia Dentists, cine.) MO PAW Examinations. Consultations. ? and Extractions?No Charge. I Prices: Gold Crowas. J5.00. 17.#0?Fillings. 11.90 Up. I Colombia Dentists, (lac.) 403 9* St. N. W. ? Over Strand Theater. SPECIAL SALE of Palm Beach SUITS, $8.50 NATIONAL CLOTHING CO. PLAN DRIVE FOR CONVENTIONS Commerce Chamber Names Committee to Bring Gatherings to City. Plans to bring convention* to Washington are being formulated by the Chamber of Commerce, it *ai an. nounced last night. CoL Robert N. Harper, president of the chamber, yesterday named a com mittee of twenty-five to attend to this wcrk. The committee's personnel is com posed of business men, representing the mercantile interests of the city, which would be effected b; en Influx of visitors. Tfcey are: F_ C. Graham, chairman: J. B. Hcrf derson. vice chairman: W o. Car ter. George H. Harris. Sol Af?yer, M. Goldenberar, Geo. S. DeNealel F. M. Low. J. F. Jarvis. A. L. Cllne, G. T. Dunlop. H. M. Crandall. F. S. Might. T. M. McKee. E. C. Owen, George F. Schutt, R. S. Downs and Corcoran Thom. A committee also has been ap pointed to co-operate with the Post office Department to Increase mail facilities, at the request of the na tional chamber. This committee will strive, in co-operation with the Post office Department and the Railroad Administration, to bring a greater degree of postal efficiency The mem bers of this committee are Henry B. F. Macfarland. chairman: A. R. Mul lowny. Walter Brownley. H. A. Bar tholomew and Leon S. I'lman. SPANISH VETERANS CELEBRATE TONIGHT Spanish War Veteran* of Wash ington and vicinity will celebrate tonight the twenty-first anniver sary of the landing: of the first Dis trict volunteer company in Cuba. No specific meeting: has been called, as the veterans are scat tered. many serving: now with the army. Several groups will mert at homes, however, to exchange rem iniscences. Brig. Gen. Richard D. Simms is commander of the post, which con sists principally of men recruited in the District. Maryland and Vir ginia Of the 700 original members only 400 remain. Tomorrow ni^ht the celebration will conclude with "Wet Night" ex ercise*. commemorating the night of July 11. 1898. when the troops marched to Daiquiri in a heavy rainfall. Urges U. S. Insurance For Merchant Marine All American merchant marine ves sels should be insured by the govern ment or by American insurance agencies. Edward N. Hurley, chair man of the Shipping Board, told the House Merchant Marine Committee yesterday. Plans to accomplish this will be submitted to the board within a few days, he said. District Committee Meets Today. The House District Committee will meet this morning, when several bills may be given consideration. Chair man Mapes said last night he did not believe the measure to repeal certain parts of the charter and lease of the Washington Market Company would be ready for action by the committee. PUce Watch on Kaiser and Son. London, June 9.?A high allied staff officer left Paris for Holland today to take charge of a close watch on the ex-Kaiser and the for 1 mer crown prince, the Daily Ex | press learns from its Paris corre ; spond^nt. Removed in Grace. Ne.v Tork. July The Rev. Joseph F. Carlin was much relieved to find that his church had not been stolen, but had been folded and placed In a member's yard. It was a tent. BAND CONCERT. Th<-re will be a tmnd cimoert br the United States Marine Bawl. Walter F. Smith. aercmd leader, at <;nnt Circle Pet worth, this arming at 7 JO p. n; March "Fur Your Bor and My Boy".... Overture?"Nat* ico" Verdi M'lwakJ "The Girl Behind th? <?un". .Caryll horn solo?"The Chord'* Sulliran Seoutxl Leader Walter F. Smith * "ValSB Intermezzo?"Springtime"'. .Dnimm I b "Morris Dance from the York Pageant.. I Noble , Walt*-' Beautiful Ohio" Karl "Uiunorwiue" I>mr*k Selection '-Want"... Uorx, "The Star Spangled Banner." WEATHER CONDITIONS. FORECASTS prill TODAY AND TOMORROW, j District of Columbia and Maryland- Partly cloudy, followed bv thunder shower* this after noon; tomorrow fair; fresh and strong M>u?h west wind*. Virginia ?Partly cloud r today, followed by thunder ihowrrs tonight and Usnormw; moder ate southerly winds. 1?CAL TEMPERATURE Midnight. TO; 3%m, 68 4 am.. ?: ft am. ?: 8 a-m.. ?6; 10 a.m . 71. is oooo. ??. 2 p m.. 75; 4 p.m., 7ft; ft p.m., 79. 8 p.m.. 74 10 p m. W1*. Highest. 80; lowest. M Relative hiun*dity-ft a.m.. 82; 2 p.m. 46; 8 p.m., 4ft. Rainfall IS p.m. to S pm.) 0 Hour, of miruhine. ?7 P#? of po*ibie departures. Accumulated excess of temperature siu<* Jan T7 !' ,2?' A5S: ?* twnp^rauire aioee July 1, 1919. +20; accumulated deficiency of pro mpt Lata oa suae January 1. 1*9. -^l <X - de4?rie?cy of preopitatioo wnce July I. 1919. ?l.io T?n nprafnre wue dato last year-Highest. !*> low est, S7. OTHKR TEMPERATURES. Lowest Highest previous Baln todsy. night. 8 p.m. fsll. Atlanta. i;a. 72 OR 71 L84 Atlantic City, N. J.. 70 fie G6 Bismarck. N. Dak.... - % uiiffalo, N. Y 78 K2 70 Cincinnati. Ohio .... 00 70 K Cleveland. Ohio ?6 64 ^ Denver, Col 94 ?? ? **** I Detroit. Mich 90 El Paso. Te* 90 Helens. Moot 98 w ? Jacksonville. Fls 86 74 *> Little Bock. Aril.. . 10 Marrjuette. Mich .... 81 Miami. Fla. 8ft New Orleans. La 90 New York. N. Y #?> Omaha. Neb too Phoenix. Ariz 108 Portland. Me 70 ^ ? Bait Lake C*ty. Utah 94 64 92 St. Paul, Minn Saa Francisco, Cal 84 *6 M 0 02 80 84 0 40 86 M 1.40 0 74 K -??. Fl*. 92 76 82 Vicksburg. Misa. .... 90 70 M H tide tablbr. (Conpaled by United Sutea Ooast and Geodetic Surrey.) May-Low tide. 12:6ft a m. and 1-40 n m. ? kitfi ttd., ?*,.?. T K p^m. * thb bvn and moon. ^ Suo riMm, iM a. m.; bub m, I j. ??* ?? '?:*l?i a. Iwn to to lighted am-lMlf how 1 T Police News Aatflst Ruu Dtw? W/?aaa. Police are searching for the driver of an automobile which collided yes terday with* a bicycle ridden by Helen Shortzer, 1005 K street north east. throw in* the rftler and de molishing: the bicycle. Although Miss Shortser was slightly injured the motorist failed to stop his car and render assist ance. Bvnplng Aato Breaks Arm. Suffering from a fractured right leg and bruises about his body, the result of running against an auto mobile operated by Robert Dunn more. 17 Graves court southwest, at Third and K streets southwest, last night, Henry Banks, colored, 10 years old. 231V& K street southwest, was taken to the Emergency Hos pital. The boy was not seriously hurt. Negro Breaks Bey'a Arm. George Price, 9 years old. 4016 Fifth street, had his arm broken by being struck with a whipstaff by a negro driver yesterday. George told the police that he was riding in a wagon with the colored man who hit him as they neared Georgia ave nue and Webster street. Colored Boy Mysterloasly Shot. With a pistol shot in his right arm Dhristia M*tx, colored, 19 years old. 1409 T street, was removed from Second and L streets last night, and taken to the Sibley Hospital for treatment. The boy. who was not seriously hurt, said that he had been shot by a colored man by the name of Stewart, living in Neal place northwest. Collided Twleej Arrested Oner. After figuring in two collisions with horses and wagons, one at ' Florida avenue and R street and the other at Third and Florida avenue, J Earnest Tolson, 2507 Sherman ave , nue. was arrested on a charge of ! colliding. Andrew Doonis, 59 K street north* ast, and Preston Booge, i 245 Fourteenth street southeast, | were driving the wagons which | Tolson is charged with striking. 'Veteran Commits Suicide. Charles F. Furman. 76. an inmate! of the Soldiers* Homt. committed I suicide yesterday at the home by j drinking chloroform liniment. Kf- , forts were made to revive him. but ! , fail* d. Furman was in the hospital being i treat* d for heart trouble, and it is thought that he became despondent! and took his life. Coroner Nevitt : issued a certificate of death by sul I cide. The aged man was admitted! I to the home in March. 1911. Hegress Worked Fast. Employed less than three hours at ; j the home of J. M. Pincher. 181S Bel- i mont road, a negress wrapped upj j jewelry valued at slightly ovtr $700. j deposited it in a room preparatory . to making off with it and then was ' FLAYS WILLIAMS FOR BANK POLICY $ ? Riggs Counsel Characterizes Comptroller as Wildcat Of the Treasury. John Skelton Williams. Comptrol ler of the Currency, received a se vere drubbing: at the hands of Frank J. Hogan, counsel for the Riggs National Bank, before the Senate Banking- and Currency Committee, during: the hearing on the confirma tion of Mr. Williams' reappointment. Mr. Hogan called Mr. Williams the "wildcat of the Treasury" and charged him with "the most persist ent and malicious persecution of a bank in the history of the coun try." Together with J. J. Darlington, Mr. Hogan reviewed the history of the bank for the past few years, summing up with an additional charge against Mr. Williams that he had tried to wreck the institu tion. Fines aggregating $160,000 have been imposed upon the bank, Mr. Hogan said, because of the alleged failure of that institution to reply to special calls by Mr. Williams for certain information. Playground Movies Ready for Showing A completely equipped motion pic ture outfit. Including a projection machine, an aluminum screen with a portable frame and two sets of reels of children's motion pictures, will make a brief tour of the Dis trict playgrounds soon, Mrs. Susie Root Rhodes, supervisor of play grounds, said yesterday. The first playgrounds visited will be the Schotts' court, Rosedale and Howard. frightened away from the house by the actions of the occupants. The woman left the house and aft?r .he was gone the Jewelry was missed. However, it was found later wh^re the negress had left it. Seventeen dollars and fifty cents in cash is missing. Barned bj Odd Accident. Sparks from a steam roller set fire to an oil sprinkler on Livingston road near Oxon Branch, yesterday afternoon, and badly burned Will iam Hall, colored. 48 years old. of Buena Vista Height*. who was operating the machine. He was re moved to the Providence Hospital. AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS. iwasj today's best attractions IN WASHINGTON'S COOLKST THEATERS mm CUIIILLI !l(ltwt) III Cilia*la In) M Knickerbocker TODAY?FRIDAY BRYANT WASHBURN In One of the Hranon'a Srrto-Comlc HH*. "ALL WRONG" IIUtlBrtlTr i onrdf?New* Evrnlt?S> nj|.hon j ?1 14tlilCX.U. SavoY Tfcenter and Gardes TODAY "MADGE EVANS" "Home Wanted" 0th and ? I.AST DAT Constance Talmadge "HAPPINESS A LA MODE" STRAND THEATER tndrsday, july 10th, only FEATURING Mary Pickford in DADDY LONG LEGS FOR BENEFIT OF ST. JOHN'S EXTENSION FUND Special Added Features?10 A. M. to 11 P. M. PRICE, 25c GIRLS! CAN YOU SWIM AND DIVE? Enter your name today for THE GIRLS' SWIMMING AND DIVING CONTEST AT THK TIDAL BASIN BATHING BEACH To be held next Saturday aft ernoon. July 12. a*3 p. m. Gold. Silver and Bronze Medals will be awarded the winners of the event?. Secure your entry blanks at the Manager's Office. Tidal liasin before Friday Noon. B.F. KEITH'S*?. DAILY,;]' SWI. HQL'YS V.V/if "DISTINCT HITS."?Timet LUCILLE CAVANAGH & CO. lrrlBK Fisher?Mlwei Campbell Gso. Austin Moore. Anne Jk Marie Clark. Apollo Trio. Coakle? & Dunlery. Powers * Wallace. Johnnie Iiegay and the Lorraine Sisters, Die. THE ONLY REAI, LIVE I Amusement Park | NEAR WASHINGTON IS GLENECHO ADMISSION FREE 10 AttrsetisM, laeladlag Pa?lag SHUBERT-GARRICK f. Phone Frank. 3163 Toal*fct 8>30?Mat*. Tkura. Sat. ONLY SHOW IN TOWN "Biggest hit ao far of the (larrick P'ay ere' aesson."?Post. "JOHNNY, GET YOUR GUN" "Teetna in every liue with genuine laughs."?The Poet. Tonight StSO?Mat*. Today. Sat. Caat of 23?First Time Here Next Week Heata Now Tke Sweet eat Play Ever Written "DADDY LONG-LEGS" A play you cannot afford to miss. SHUBERT-BELASCO THEATER Bal.. 25c; Orch.. 50c; Mnz., 73c. "THE DRGINIVING AND MYSTERIES OF LIFE" WOMEN ONLY MATS. 1 AND 3 P. M MEN ONLY?NIGHTS, 7 AND 9 P M. SPECIAL WOMEN SHOW FRIDAY NIGHT 7 TO t?MEN. 9 TO 11. Daylight All Water Trlpa to NORFOLK, VA. STOPPING AT COLONIAL BEACH ana P1SEY POINT 20-KNOT SPEED TWINS LORD BALTIMORE AND PE.NN DANCING. f WANT TO DANCB ? YOU CAN LEARN i-rol. Cain. America', foremeat Dmodnt *?? Mr. can teach yoo la . few leaaoaa, U 70a eaa b. tauthl Teaching escluaivelj at tba RICHTWAT SCHOOL or DANCING. 1318 New Yark Ara. VWt the Kightaaj dirt-til. <mlj ep-to-dau Dancing Acaderaj aooth of New Xeefc Prieat. Ilea III, any bow. Be. Pint rlait m*4 art bar. appointment. Pbooa Frank (|fl Its Carpets 7 aiti "Eleventh Streets Uu^Luury iZsZ STORE HOURS: 1:39 TO ? P.M. CLOSED ALL DAT SATURDAY REFRIGERA TORS Three-door ROHM 1CTCO REFRIGERATOR, like 01a?ratioo; mM mk cm*. * A O AA loqpdud corners. hmIm mtenor of baked enamel. Special <p4Z?UU 3^SSrr?r.ICTC0. $23.00 Tie Gome BOHR STPHOR REFRIGERATORS ?? m, .ore tU the oedmary Knd. V dal BOHR STPHOR REFRIGERATOR; regular price. Special BOHR SARTTOR REFRIGERATOR, sofid oak " " * ' " g*-,| opcci* $68.00 $494)0 CEDAR CHESTS We are offering three SPECIAL size gi m?i solid Cedar Qmts (m VianuQ. of food atantial construction and tee frnnh _ * ? ^ ^ ize |Mj? Larfe die Extra large size $27.99 Our entire Mock of Fine Baby Carriages. Strollers a?d Go-Carts reduced from It ta 25 per ctaL Fire lea* Cooker a The beat that money earn boy. FaDy for oae. Prices aa loir J17J FOR THE PORCH Solid Maple Porch Rocker, high back, double woven aeaL Spatial $3J9 Large double ace Porch Swing . . ......... $7-50 Large Grey Porch Hammock, with adjustable bead rest, complete with charm and ?n ? Sfwi?l . ... JT7SI THE LINEN SHOP The Linen Shop Handkerchief Department Of coarse your finen closet needs replenishing now. because like *11 patriotic housekeepers you have rather neglected it for war work. Now we offer the grandest values in Real Madeira Hand-scalloped Edge, Hand-embroidered Pure Linen Pieces at about Vi Regular Prices The lots consist of the following: 18 and 20 inch Centerpieces, values up to $5.00.. For $2.75 23 and 24 inch Centerpieces, values up to $7.00. .Far $329 27 and 28 inch Centerpieces, values up to $9.00. .For $5.09 Beautiful Hand-embroidered Scarfs, 20 inches wide, by 36, 45, 54, 63 and 72 inches long. Regular prices range from $7.50 to $10.00. Choice of any sire $5.00 Each Hand-embroidered, Scalloped-edge, 13-inch Tea Napkins; fine round thread pure linen; elaborate designs. Reg ular values up to $15.00 dozen. Choice.. .$10.59 Doxen Fashion decrees the colored border handkerchief. Tissue" English Sport Handkerchiefs answer the ealL Exclusive agents for these popular handkerchiefs? 35c Each Bedspread Department The new Colored Satin Bedspreads, in beautiful de signs for double beds. The colors blend with the cool shades of drapery and floor covering trsed for summer. Blue, Pink and Gold and White. Special.. .$7.50 Each Art Needlework Salon Miss Warner is teaching the newest popular and her own designs for filet and the new Smith College Sweaters. If you do know how let her teach you and your own personal ideas can be worked out for you by her with the Famous Good Shepherd or Anglo Fleece Yams, shown here exclusively. Start now, the newest shades are now in stock. Clearing Sale Prices For Summer Rugs Grata Rags at V4 tha Osaal Prices. 8x10 $5.75 . ....$2.75 6x9 $425 36s 72 $1.45 9x12 $8.75 All are figured rags in desirable bines, tans and greens. Heavy Quality Fiber Rags. 9x12 $12.85 4?/2x7i/2 ... $5.75 8.3x10.6 ...$11.75 W--J 36x72 $2.75 6x9 $730 30x60 $225 Neat stenciled designs and attractive colorings. Very Heavy Quality Square and Oval Ruah Ruga 9x12?$35.M, $32.00 aad $28.09. ^ Regular $60.00, $55.00 and $37.50 qualities. U'' 8x19?$32.99, $28.09 aad $17.59. 4>/2x7t/2 ...$12.75 36x72 $7.50 **' 27x54 $4.50 Lot of Sum Rags, Fiber aad Grzss Close-out price, $1.55 36x72, 30x60. 27x54 Ffcar Rap, 4.6x7.6, $7 aad $8.00 values. special, $225. Drapery Dept. Stenciled Crash Table Covers. 48 inches square; regu larly $2.00. Special. $1.45 each. Same designs in round corners. 25 and 40 inches in . diameter; regularly $1.00 and $1.75 each. Special. Gk aad $125 each. Stenciled Pillow Covers, 18x23 aches; regularly $1.00. Special, 99c each. Remnants of Voile aad Net. 1 to 3 yards each. V ciaL 15c yard. Ecru Curtain Madras. 45 inches wide; desirable for summer bedroom curtains; regularly 45c yard. 33c yard. Aerolux Porch Shades Add a room to your bouse by equippti* yam poach with Aerolux Shades. Colors : Brow*, dive and dark r"*? All 7 feet 6 inches long. Prices from $229 ta $1229 each, according to width. Special Value in Poplin 36-mcb Poplin, plain colors, in brown, gold, rose and olive; desirable for window overdrapenes; also tar casha covers; worth 75c and 90c yard. Special. 59c Jftri, Cretonnes Table of especially good patterns, selected (ram oar regular $1.00 bne; various color coaabinaboa*. S*"*-"1 79c yard.