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THE WASHINGTON" TIMES, TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1912. r IV? DEMOCRATS TO ;' RESCIND THEIR " -lO-SHIP" PLAN " 4 r The. Insurgent Members ' In House Will Force t ' ' ' Action. .' Determined to force the Democratic) caucus .tonight to rescind Its former action declaring against battleships, a score 'or more of "Insurgent" Demo crats today' served an ultimatum upon Speaker Clark, Congressman Vnder wood, the minority leader; and Con gressman Burleson, the caucus chair man. v The ultimatum la directed particularly at Mr. Burleson, 'who has been ac cused of shutting off free speech at the caucus two weeks ago, when th "larger navy" advocates were defeated by eight votes. v Campaign Mapped Out ' A meeting of the "Insurgent" Demo crats, headed by Congressman Bulser of New York, was held last night. Ths following line of campaign was map ped out for the caucus tonight, which will be the fourth held by the Demo crats on the subject of battleships: A committee of three was appointed to wait upon Messrs? Clark, Under wood, and Burleson today. This com mittee will demand the following things at the party confab tonight: Flrsti the rescinding of the action of three preceding caucuses. Second, the releaso of all Democrats from caucus pledges, allowing each ma jority member of the House to vote as his conscience dictates when the con ference on .tho naval appropriation bill Is presented. Third. fre speech in the caucus, with two hours debate one half of the time t6 be controlled by the two battleships advocates and the other by the antl battleshlp partisans . Notice will be served that tho "gag ..rule" will not work and that Mr. Burleson must recog nise those who desire to speak In favor ofthe authorisation for one or more new ships. At the caucus held two weeks ago, Mr. Burleson Is accused of shutting off debate and failing to reoog nlte evcrl Mri Underwood When the lat ter sought to speak in favor of a com promise oft ope ship. Statement by Suiicr. Following the meoUng of protest hold last .-night, Congressman Sulzcr, who was selected as chairman of the gath ering, said: "We decided ,to appoint a committee of three; consisting of Congressmen Hobson, Carlln, and Pou, to wait upon Messrs. Clark, Underwood, and Burleson. This commltteo will Inform these gentlemen that we want two hours' debate on the battleship ques tion; that wo will demand tho rescind ing of the former caucus action and the release of all Democrats to vote as they choose on this question. "We have examined the precedents and wo find that never before has any ?rty made a partisan issue of the navy, shall Introduce a resolution to release all of the majority members of the House' from the mandate of previous caucuses. This motion, we are satisfied, will carry if free debate Is permitted, and this will mean two battleships, as there are a sufficient number of Demo crats whi will vote with the House mi nority to concur In the Senate amend ment for two shlps.v Trouble U Threatened. "If free debate is denied as it was at the last caucus there will bo trouble. None of us seek personal glory in this fight, but we are determined that the supremacy of the navy shall be maintained, and we challenge the right of the. party caucus to dictate how we shall vote on thequcstlon of battleships. Never before has Buch a thing been at tempted." At tho last caucus tho vote was 70 to 62 against battleships and the in surgents allege that eight men have no right to bind three score who be lieve in an adequate navy and who are under obligations to their con sciences and their constituencies. Tha nrobabllltles are that tho Dem ocratic caucus tonight will be a bit ter and prolonged affair, and that a compromise 'will be reached whereby the House will a'greo to the authoriza tion of one new drcadnaught. Mr. Sulzer says the Senate' Will hold out for its two-ship amendment, but t is reliably reported that Mr. underwood and other House loaders have been assured that the Senate will meet the House half way In the battleship fight. Congressmen Bulzer, Pou, Hobson, Goldfogle, Levy, Burke of Wisconsin. Murray, Levy, Carlln, Donohue, Lee of Pennsylvania, Lobeck. Humphries, and Taggert are among the Democrats who attended the meeting last night, and will be present at the caucus to lead the fight for battleships tonight. Boys Must Give Way To Camp Fire Girls Next week is the last in! which boys will be received at the River View boys 'camp. On August IB Compflro Girls, under direction of Miss Helen Wilson, will invade the camp and hold it for two -weeks, the girls employing their vacation in practically the same exercises and athletic amusements that Boy Scouts have enjoyed for the last two months. On account of the early closing of the camp to boys Superintendent of Play grounds Martin Is urging that boys who wish to go there should make their ar rangements to Btart next Monday or earlier. About thirty Campflre Girls' havo in dicated that they -will join the colony, ahd it Is expected that fifty or more 'Will be listed before August 19. The boys now In. camp are Wesley Allen, Zeno A. Biggs, Lorence Brandon, Robert Byrne. Arnell Carpenter, Frank Carpenter, Edward Duke, Philip Ever? ett. Ernest Elwood. William Gee. Charles Guy. Byron Judges, Walter J ex, uuurora. Kennedy, naroia Keys, Benjamin Landy. Harry McGhan, Fred Mills. Marshall Nevlls, Joe Pitts, George Bherrlff. Anton Snlegoskl, Charles Schmidt, Wlljlam Thomasson, and Gor don Thomson. Fleet's Summer Practice. The entire Atlantic fleet with the tor pedo flotilla and a number of auxiliary vessels hao left Newport and out out to sea for the annual summer Dractlce. Later In the month the fleet-will cruise to the Southern drill grounds, off the Virginia capes. WilMRejoin Regiment. Capt. Aubrey Lipplncott, Thirteenth Cavalry, was today relieved from fluty In the office of the chief of staff of the army and will proceed at once to join hi reclment. ALEXANDRIA WILL DISCUSS FRANCHISE Trolley Company's Proposition Is Subject of Public Hear- . ing Before City Council J for Bank Case Appointed. WASHINGTON TIMES BUREAU. ALEXANDRIA, VA.. AUO. . The Washington-Virginia railway franchise fight will be trashed out at tonight's meeting of the common coun cil, which will be In tho nature of a public hearing. The traction company, In exchange for a twenty-year franchise, has offered the city H.600 a year, and In addition has agreed to pave South Royal street from Royal to Wolfe street, a distance of two blocks. 'Heretofore the company has been given ten-year franchises at $1,000, but In consideration of a ten years" extension, offers to 'stand tho cost of improving the principal thor oughfares over which Us cars run. ' One of the principal points involved, to which some of the counollmen object. Is the use of the city's streets for the hauling of the company's freight cars, which has been permitted, without ob jection, although not specified In the charter. It seems to be the prevailing sentiment among the couneilmen, how ever, to allow this. It being pointed out that it Is a matter of convenience to the city's merchants to have freight unloaded at their doors, doing away with hauling charges. The general public Is Invited to at tend the meeting. In order that views In relation to the granting of the fran chise mav be expressed. m Waller C. Foster, who has beon ap pointed special commissioner by Judge L. C. Barley, to examine into the affairs and settle the accounts of tho receivers for the Virginia Safe Deposit and Trust Corporation, will enter into the discharge of his duties at once. No bond Is required of th commissioner, and b.V the terms of the decree, he Is empowered to appoint and employ necessary assistance on the part of ex pert accountants. ARE DISCONTINUED Fee System Illegal, ' Says Counsel, Unless Returns Are Made to District. Following consideration of an opinion by the Corporation Counsel, the Com missioners today directed that the prac tice of giving swimming lessons at the beach for pay be discontinued. Corpo ration Counsel Thomas holds that all fees collected at the beach must bo turned In to the collector of taxes. Orders to govern themselves In accord ance with the decision of the Corpo ration counsel were given the guards today by Dr. W. B. Hudson, superinten dent of the beach. "The result of the decision will be that practically no Instruction In swlm mlag will be given at the bathing beach." said Dr. Hudson today. "Dur ing the regular hours the pools are too crowded to permit of special 1es- sons. The beach employs three guards whose duty It is to B&feguard the lives of the patrons, and they will be directed to give their entire time and attention to that work. "Guards will advise and coach begin ners, but will not bo permitted to en ter the pools for the purpose of giving Individual Instruction. "In teaching a person to swim the in structor must give his entire attention to his pupil, so it can be readily seen that if swimming lessons were given during the regular hours the guards would not be fulfilling their duty In' looking after the safety of other pa trons.'' The total amount received by tho guardB for giving swimming lessons this season, according to Dr. Hudson, Is approximately 1100. A number of recent requests for private Instruction have been recetved, but the applicants will be Informed that It Is no longer permitted. The practice of giving private swim ming lessons for fees at the beach, has been In vogue slnre Its establishment, In 1891, but its legality haB never before been questioned. TO BUILD RAILROAD AFTER FIFTY YEARS Washington and Point Lookout Line Projected Half Cen tury Ago. According to information received to day fr6m Philadelphia the Washington to Paint Lookout raiiroaa, projected half a century ago and revived at in tervals since, is at last tp be built. The meeting was attended by the organizers of the Washington and Tidewater Rail road Company, which was granted a Maryland charter In J9W. Plans for a $2JXX,000 corporation wore formulated and It was determined that the offices of the company should be In Washington. The road is projected to run southeast through Prince George and Charles counties to Brandywlne, thence over the Washington and Poto mac railroad to Mechanlcsvllle, thence to Point Lookout. The men connected with the under taking are Henry Wynkoop Pelrson, of Philadelphia; W. Bernard Duke, vice president of the National Bank of Bal timore; Francis T. Homer, and George R. Willis, of Baltimore, and William Morgan Montgomery, of Philadelphia. The meeting was held In the office of State Attorney John C. Bell, who Is also Interested in the company. England Alarmed By Plague Appearence LONDON, Aug. 6. The health authori ties are taking stringent precautions to-' day following yesterday's discovery of a bubonic plague case at Liverpool. Rat plague has been raging for a long time In England, and the persistency with which human cases appear at In tervals 1 beginning to alarm the public SWIMMING LESSONS AT BATHING BEACH TonightCommissioner As the resignation of Receiver J. K. M. Norton comes lifter the affairs of the. institution having been praotically wound up, It Is belidyod that no suc cessor to him will be, appointed, How ard W. Smith continuing alone in that C&DftOltV k The next development in the case will probably be a suit against the di rectors, .by tho receivers, acting for the depositors, whom the court has held to be plaintiffs .in the suit. This will sock to hold the dlreotors responsible for the 's alleged . nave Don sustained though the .peculations of C. Jones Rlxpy, president and treasurer of the concern, who has been indicted, and Is now confined In the Staunton Hospital for the Insane. , A meeting of the Alexandria Motor Boat Club will be held tomorrow even ing for the purposo of making arrange ments for the regatta to bo held on the river front on Labor Day. A mass meeting of residents of Po tomac, Alexandria county, will be held next Monday, August 12, for the pur pose of protesting agalnBt the rates ex acted by the electric lighting company. Eugene Fisher, accused of burning his home at Arlington Heights, Alexandria county, Will be formally arraigned be fore Police Justice R. Gordon Finney tomorrow. Fisher Is represented by At torney Robinson Moncure, of this city. Falling from a sfbpladder while hang ing ' curtains at her home on Bouth Royal street, Mrs. Margaret Shlnn frac tured h6r left arm. as well as sustain ing numerous bruises about the body. At a meeting of officers and directors of tho Alexandria Bunday School Base ball League to be held tonight, certain contested games will be considered. The constitution and by-laws will also be ready for distribution. Several of the teams have failed to file lists of cer tified players, and this must be done be fore the meeting. POLICE SEEK TRACE OF THIEF 10 GOT Nearly $700 Worth of Jewelry Taken From Boarding House. Headquarter detectives ore trying to day to got somo clue to the lduntity of the thief who stole nearly t00 worth of Jewelry from the room of M. A. Bonllla, secretary to the Costa Rlcan represen tative In the Costa RIcan-Panamu boun dary arbitration, on the second floor of a boarding house at 1311 K street north west. The robbery occurred yesterday after noon while Scnor Bonllla and his wife were put of tho room. The articles were taken from a trunk, tho key of Which had been hidden In n hinn drawer. Returning to the room, about 3 o clock, the couple found, upon opening the trunk, that the contents had been uvmiauiea ana me jewelry removed. Detectives who investigated the case say they believe the robbery was tho work ui some one laminar with tne premises. Among the articles stolen weie a watoh, a handsome breastpin, bracelet, a locket set with rubles, a pair of dia mond" earrings, and several other pieces of jewelry. The theft of a watch valued at 175 was also reported to tho police by Miss E. Matamoras, who lives at the same boarding house. The watch was stolen from Miss Matamoras' room during the last few days. t GROSNER'S SUIT SALE DRAWS GREATCROWDS The Biggest Sale of the Sea son Brings Men From Every Section of the City. Heavy Buying Is Proof of the Money-Saving Values. LARGE FACTORY SHIPMENTS OF RENOWNED KUPPENHEIMER SUITS This great sale. Is breaking all records for attendance and purchases. Every buyer Is enthusiastic because he recog' nUea the fact that Kuppenhelmer clothing Is seldom offered at such greatly reduced prices. There are few men In this city who can recall a sale equal to this one of Grosner's. Kuppenhelmer clothing Is known all over the world. Wherever well dressed men congregate, there you'll see the various styles of the House of Kuppenhelmer. Men know that it Is practically impossible to se cure better clothing than that which pears the mark of this house. They know the quality of material, the ex pert knowledge and high-grade work manship for which this House is famed. They know that when they buy a suit With a Kuppenhelmer label they are getting the very finest clothes that.man can make. Grosner Is Belling $18 to $40 Kuppen helmer suits at half price. He has bought the largest lot of this clothing that has evor been seen in Washington. This is an opportunity to save' on sum mer clothes, and yet get fine quality cloth and workmanship. You cafi buy a suit from the season's snappiest fabrics at far less than regular price. The sup? Ply of 'these suits, though a large one, can't stand long before the great de mand. Grosner won this shipment away from other local clothiers who were eagerly bidding for It. He offered spot cosh, and practically dictated his own terms. That'M why the reduetions are so gener ous. Every wanted weave Is here, and ou'll have no trouble in selecting a suit that will look. fit. and wear well. But If you want to get the pick of this lot you d better hurry to Grosner's store. 1013 Pennsylvania avenue northwest. Get there early tomorrow before the usual rush begins. DR. VAUGHAN, UJ .;."" During July and Aug-ut I hv reduced my ..lT8cS.t,J,'-T.lth. ,0 I-M 110.00 Bets of Teeth to ,.j.w nillnn, me, TEe, and tt. KelUbl work by a private dentUt to tbt plain people at popular price. COSTA RICIS GEMS COt W. H. COFFIN tAiD TO REST IN OAiC HILL TODAY Brigadier.. Generals Act A,s 'Honorary Pallbearers . for Veteran. iW "With a last 'tribute from his friends and companlons-ln-arms the body of Col. .W. H. Coffin, U. S. A., was. laid to rest In Oak Hill Cemetery at 11 o'clock this morning. The Rov. T. Hu bert Jones herd simple services In tho chapel, and Interment was made with full military honors, an artillery de tachment from , fort Washington, Colonel Coffin's old command, giving the last salute as the bugle sounded "taps." Brigadier Generals Crozler, Darling ton. Blxby, Weaver, Smith, and Torney, chiefs of army divisions In, the War Department, were honorary1 pallbearers. Members of the Loyal Legion attended In a. body, as did many army officers, and officers of tho District Militia, who had become endeared to the colonel through their association with him in Joint army and navy maneuvers In the artillery district of the Potomac. Coast artillerymen from the artillery district of the Potomac, a detachment of engineers from Washington Barracks, and the Engineer Band, formed the mili tary escort. CAPT. WILLIAM H. NORTON. Services for Capt. William H. Nor ton, veteran of the civil war, member of the Loyal Legion, and of Burnslde Post, a. A. R. were held at his late lesldj&nce, 832 Westminister street, at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The Rev. J6hn E. Brlggs, pastor of the Fifth Baptist Church, officiated. Interment was made In the Arlington National Cemetery, the services at the Crave helnir In rhnrn rt the Loyal Legion and Burnslde Post. Two Athletic Sisters Win Five of Ten Events Misses Pearl and Lillian Dowrlck. of 1625 First street northwest, won five of me ten athletic events at tho annual outing of Columbia Lodge, Loyal Order of Moose, nt Marshall -Hall yesterday afternoon. While tho Moosn Worn linliHn !,!.. outing at Marshall Hall, tho Terminal luuiwuy ,x. m. c. a. members spent tho afternoon and evening at Chesapeake Beac$. More than 2.000 persons went with them. . . W. L. Kehl won tho 100-yard dash for a bronzo medal. He stepped the dlstanco oft on the sandv beach In the remarkable time of 11 seconds. J. L. Gibson won the fat man's race of fifty yards. Ho was given a box of neckties. Irish Suffragette Convicted In Dublin DUBLIN, Aug. 6. Miss Gladys Evans, a suffragette, was convicted today of attempting to burn the Theater Royal hero Just before a meeting at which Premier Asqulth was to speak, July 18. aenienco was postponed pending dls- iiumiiun oi me cases or three other women accused of helping Miss Evans. Barrister Tim Hcaly, for the defense, created a commotion In the court room by demanding the exclusion of Molly Magulrcs from the jury. CLOSING OUT! Trunks, Suit Cases, Traveling Bags SAVE AVERAGE OF ONE-HALF Store for Rent Below. Regular Price Our Annex at 1303 F St. N. W. Mast . Be Closed Oat By. Sept. 15th Entire Stock Must Go We have no room for more stood nt our main store. 1341 P street nurthrreet, and to save the expense of Morase, EVERY THING WILL DE SOLD AT AVERAGE OK ONE-HALF. OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN. Entire Stock of TRAVELING TRUNKS All from makers noted for their superior productions. $5.00 Trunks $2.65 I $9.00 Trunks $5.65 $6.00 Trunks $3.65 I $11.00 Trunks $6.65 Leather and Matting Cases These, too, are of trustworthy qualities and well made. $2.00 Suit Cases 95c I $6.50 Suit Cases ... $3.90 $3.95 Suit Cases. . .$2.85 I $8.50 Suit Cases. . .$4.65 High Grade Traveling Bags BIG SAVINGS . Bait that are made right, a vital thing to he sore of $4.50 Bags ,.$2.90 I $11.00 Bags $6.85 $7.50 Bags $4.90 $1 2.50 Bags $7.45 $9.0p Bags $5.75 M. BERMAN & SON ESTABLISHED 1802. 1303 F Street N. W. Main StoreThe Trunk and PERMITS FOR NEW - BUILDINGS SHOW LARGE DECREASE Monthly Report for July Calls for Expenditure of Only $879,000. , New building, as Indicated by tho per mits Issued, took a decided slump In July, according to the monthly report of Morris Hacker, Building Inspector, mode public today. The total expendi ture Involved in the 490 permits Issued is 1870,941. This Is about threo and a half millions less than the permits for June called for. In July last year the permits were Issued for buildings to cost ll,471,23fl, over half a million dollars In excess of July this year. The permits" Include 128 brick dwell ings. $461,200; ,140 brick repairs, $109,058; thirty-six garages, $22,885; eight, stores and dwellings. $32,185; two office build ings. $31,300, and twenty-six frame dwell ings. $72,605. The following summary will show the distribution of Improvements In various sections of the city and their cost: Buildings Northeast, $58,800; southeast. $81,200; northwest, $233,545; southwest. $33,500; county, $338,244; total, $741,439. Repairs Northeast. $3,457; southeast, $1,544; northwest. $81,792: southwest $5, 328: county, $48,381; total, $138,502. Of course last month the permit for the new Arlington . Hotel. $3,000,000, swelled the figures abnormally. Buy Dwellings. Frank H. Johnson has purchased from Harry Wfcrdman tho new six-room dwelling at 774 Hobart street northwest, for $2,750, and wjll occupy It. The house Is 6ne of lUwhlch Mr. Wardman Is bulldlnir at Columbia road and Sherman avenue The sale was made by Shannon & Luchs. D. P. Monague has purcnased from Mtddaugh & Shannon the new six-room dwelling at 3534 Park dace northwest, for $3,975 for a home. The house Is one of eight just completed facing the grounds of tho Boldlers' Home. The sale was made by Shannon & Luchs In connection with F. A. Blundon. To Build. Stores. Tho Real Estate Trust Companr !" building for an out-of-town client four one-story stores at the northwest cor ner of Ninth and M streets northwest, to bost aoout $6,000. The stores will all face on Ninth street, and will bo completed about September 1. Sklnker & Garrett are building the stores after plans by Averlll Yfc Adams, architects. Buys Block of Property. B. Dana Lincoln has purchased from William M. Clayton a block of ground fronting about 300 feet on the south sld" of M street, between First and Second streets northeast, aljacent to the railroad yards. The property has, a depth of 110 feet. Mate Exonerated. Following a rigid probe of the near collision between the Norfolk and Washington 'steamer Northland and tho President's yacht, Mayflower, In Hampton Roads, July 9, J. R. Jones, second mate of the Northland, has been exonerated of the charges of unskillful handling of the vessel, as alleged by Commander Symington of the Mayflower. The Investigation and report exonerating Mate Jones were made by Captain White and Captain Wright, steamboat Inspectors in tho Potomac dUtrlct. Leather Shop. 1341 V St. N. W. HERE'S CHANCE FOB MlfBODY'TO.DO ir In This Town There Lives Deserving Young Cripple Who Wants Work. Out on Prospect avenuejhere ja today a Bhut-ln a young man bo crippled he cannot walk, an unfortunate who la comparatively helplesa through no fault of hla own. But ho has a 'will, this fellow. He doesn't surrender even to overwhelming odds, and he la ready to forget hla misfortune if ume one will extend, overdo slightly the helping hand. , xniB young man nas written a let ter to The Times. The directness of lis appeal cannot be Improved upon. His letter says: "la these anybody in the city 'that wiu givo a poor young white man who la crippled and can't -walk somo kind of work that he could do at jiume no no couia make 14 or IS a month? He could do most anything address envelopes or copying... If mere, is anybody, please wrjte B. B., 3617 Prospect avenue northwest" The above is not an appeal for charity; It Is a request for work, In spired by the belief that In a city of more than 300,000 souls there, is "some body who has. an extra Job for a shut in. Tho lotter was sent to the Mall Bag Kdltor. It Is printed here because The Times regards this case as unusual, and believes that among Its readers la an "anybody" who is well, and who la wining ana able to help a cripple who doesn't want to live In Idleness and want. Mi (TURN White canvas footwear Worth $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 Practically nine-tenths of the women this Biimmcr are wearing white shoes of some description, and a large proportion of the white shoes worn are of white canvas and women will continue to wear them up until fall but we must dispose of those we have on hand because It Is tho time when wo look forward to making spaco for fall goods. For these reasons the advantage Is all on your side in buying now. You can wear them now you can wear them the first part of next summer. You can BUY them N-O-W for $1.95 I a pair. Plain Pump- Strap Pump Colonial Pumps Hlurlier Oxford! and other style. Covered or leather Cuban heela Welted or turned soles. CO mtHtm to select from. Finest quality barefoot sandals reduced All with Goodyear welted soles. Sizes and prices 'as follows: Infants'. 2 to 6. no heel, lightweight soles' 95c I Children's, 4 to 8, wedge heel, Children s, 6 to 8, spring heel $1.10 Children's, 8y2 to 11 $1.25 mes IIV2 to 2 $1.49 200 pairs barefoot sandals, pair 85c Made of tan calfskin and with good 8 to 11, 1114 to 2, choice 85c a pair. Infants' Sizes 2 to 4V4, a pair, 43c. Shoo Store Second Floor. Percales, 9f c yd Good 12ic quality This percale Is favorably known by Washington women, and when lle opportunity Is offered to buy at 9c a yd., it Is eagerly grasp ed. Tomorrow 1b the day you may effect this saving. Porcale in white grounds with colored stripes, dots, and figures, full 36-ln. wide, and the real 12c a yd. quality. Buy for making one piece house frocks, for bovs' blouses or for tho girls' dresses. Wash Goods Store street floor. 11 different items in N-0-T-I-O-N-S at 10c New Parisian Neckwear Adjust er In white, black, pink, 1Art and blue, at J.UL One M 1 n u t o 8 doz. Clinton Shoe Pol- 1A. Safety Pins -n0 lBh, special JLUC at IUC Women's Sew-On Garters, of neavy suspender wen, in white only, a pair 10c 5 Yard Linen C o r a ot Lacers, roT!?:..3... 10c 3 Papers Gem Needle Point Pins, as- -A-sorted sizes -LUC Berkshire Hooks and Eyes, white and black, all sizes, special 1An three cards for 4 Pieces 19c Hair Nets, large size, real White Embrold i ery Edging 10c hair, all colors .. 10c ror Box of Bone Hairpins, best qual ity, assorted shapes, six in lAn a box. at J.UL J Celluloid Collar Bones, 6 In a sot, all sizes, special, 3 cards "I ftp Notion Store Street Floor, !' lMBMaaanaaajW IIMmAMMMWotmMWm Aged Woman Refuses Aid" When Injured In spite of her advanced years, Mrs. Nora Breanahan, ninety-five years old, of 1109 Fpurth arret northeast, declined hospital treatment when ahe fell on the pavement and painfully Injured her hip yesterday, and went to her home unasstated. Tho accident occurred In Fifth street northeast, where Mra. Brosnahan step ped in a slight depression in the aide walk, and lost her balance. DON'T BROW BALD YOUNG MM! . Take Care of Your Hair While You Have Hair to Take Care Of. It's a safe ton to ono bet that the young man who uses PAHISIAN Saga os an occasional hair dressing will never grow bald. There a a reason, of course, and It's a very good and sufficient one. Dandruff 'germs cause falling hair and falling halr means thinner hair and In due tttno baldness. PAHISIAN Sage prevents baldness, by destroying the cause of baldness the little persistent vociferous dan druff germ. ' If you havo dandruff or Itching scalp It means that dandruff germs are sap ping the vitality from tho roots of your hair. Get rid of all hair troubles by using PAHISIAN Sage. , It Is not a dye, mind you, neither does It contain poisonous sugar of lead or even sulphur. It is a sclentlflo preparation that abolishes dandruff, stops falling hair and scalp itch, and makes hair grow lustrous and lux uriant. Many young women as well as men are growing bald and for the same reason. Use delightful, refreshing P An IR IAN Sage; it nourishes the hair roots, If the roots are hot dead, and brings to every user a head of glorious hair radiant and fascinating. Large bot tle for CO cents At drug atores and toilet counters. See that you get PAniSlAN Sage. James O'Donnell guarantees It A PAIR $1.95 lightweight soles $1.10 wearing soles, in sizes to 8, Stamped night gowns and 1 skein peri- CtC lusta floche, tomorrow, OOC Value 80. I These night gowns are stamped n rrrrA rtualt.v H.lnonnl. In 4k signs that aro very charming and altogether new, garment cut ki mono shape. We will give FltEE EMBROID ERY LESSONS TO THOSE BUY ING MATERIALS HERE Art Embroidery Store 3rd tljjor. For those keeping house i Kitchen or dining room CHAIRS 95' Cut shows exact likeness of one style, but there Is another, which you may like better, with saddle seat, high back: both golden oak finish and made of maple. Good 11.25 value for tomorrow only nt 95c. This Is one of the articles probably needed In vour home.- Fill that need tomorrow and choose these Chairs. Fourth Floor. Special combination offer) Well known TOILET PREPARATIONS Made to more thoroughly popularize this famous brand. One toe box Munyon's Paw Paw Pills. I One 10c box Munyon's Oint ment. One 10c cake Munyon's Witch Hazel Soap. 3 Articles 3oc Value. 1 forOC Toilet Goods Store. Street Floor.