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ijt.-Jfc'-Si THE WASHINGTON TIMES. TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1913. LOYAL WIFE NEAR; lime til on Dr. Smith, of Springfield, Ohio, Taken Before Court Accused of Killing Wife No. 1. SPRINGFIELD. Ohio, April It. Racked by the loyalty of his youn wife, formerly a nurse, whom he wed ded six months after the death of his Irst -wife. Dr. Arthur B. Smith Is on trial here today for the alleged murder )f bis first wife, Mrs. Florence Cavllcer Fmlth. In March. 1912. State and de fense have made elaborate preparation for the trial, the accused doctor him self having spent the months of his confinement In the county Jail In study ing- poisons. In the attempt to prove that cyanide of potassium did not cause the death of Sirs. Smith. Mrs. Smith died suddenly on the morning of March 18. 1312. after a slight indisposition of a few days. She com plained of illness on that morning and It la alleged that her husband brought her . cup of cocoa. She immediately became violently ill and Dr. Smith summoned Dr. R. C. Rind. According in lh State's charces. Dr. Rind ad vised a hypodermic injection and the husband said he had already prepared one. which was used. The indictment charges that tne alleged poisoning was accomplished through the cocoa and the injection. Wedded Soon Afterward. Six months later on October 1 Dr. Smith and Miss Mabel Merchant, nurse at a local hospital, were married. The second Mrs. Smith is a native of Cam bridge. Maw., where her relatives live. Shortly after this marriage the county authorities, at the instigation of the dead woman's family, set in motion an investigation of her death. The body was dlslntered and analysis ci the viscera was made by chemists, who are alleged to have reported the finding of cyanide to the special grand Jury. Dr. Smith was arrested November 22, 1912. .-and committed to Jail without bond. Expensive rugs were brought to cover the hard cement floor of his cell; pic tures and draperies hid as mucn as pos sible 'then gloomy Iron bars? an easy chair, a reading table and a chiffonier completed the cell furnishings. His meals were brought in from a restaur ant, and he ordered a telephone in stalled in his cell. The court, however, balked on the telephone and Instructed the sheriff not to allow It. Dropped By Club. Shortly after Dr. Smith's arrest, the exclusive Springacid Country Club, of which he had been a moving spirit. auietly dropped his name from its roll. Other organizations with which he had been identified followed this example. But in the new Mrs. Smith he had a stanch sunnorter. She vigorously pro claimed her belief in his Innocence at th tlmn of his arrest, and Is still on shaken: She has spent several hours dally -with him during the months of his confinement. Dr. Smith has taken the accusation Dhilosophtcally. He has spent the greater part of the time In prison read ring books on poisons and their effect on human beings. These books have been carried to him by the suitcase full. It is through his studies of these books that Dr. Ejnlth says he expects to prove his innocence and escape the' electric chair, t7 : Two Dogs Shot As Result of "Scares" Two dogs, believed to have been in fected with rabies, were -shot yesterday afternoon. Neither animal had bitten anyone, so fat as the police were able to learn. A large dog, foaming at the mouth, was snapping at .pedestrians in Third street and had created a "mad dog scare" when John Randolph, of 1Q1 Third -street, rushed to the street and thot the animal. After creating much excitement among the residents of Ken ilwortb. a. large dog, believed to have been mad, was shot by Policeman Archambault, of the Ninth precinct. Brains of both dogs were sent to the Bureau of Animal Industry to deter mine whether they were rabid. Pilgrims in Rome Believe Pope's Dream Of Sister Means That He Will Live HOME, April 15. Tlie thousands of pilgrims here see In the Pope's dream of yesterday an assurance that he trill recoTer. After his sleep it was observed that the pontiff looked very bright and hap py. Although he was adtlsed not to talk, he Insisted on explaining how he had just awakened from a most wonderful dream. He seemed, he said, to hare returned to his beloved Venice; that he was in his patriarchial gondola on the Grand Canal. Everything was blazing with sunlight, when suddenly abore St Mark's the sky opened and he saw a Tlslon of his dead sister, Boss, who, descending toward him, took his hand, saying: "The moment has not yet come for yon to join me. Tonr work is not yet finished." TENTED CITY WILL house mm BOULEVARD WORK IS BEING PUSHED New Road Connecting Arlington With South End of Highway Bridge Will Be Ready For Use By the End of The Summer. f University Club Has Its Annual Banquet Johns Hopkins University was the alma mater toasted at the University Club last night, at the annual banquet of the Alumni Association of Washing ton. Dr. W. J. Humphreys, of the United States Weather Bureau, was toastmaster Prof. John B. Watson, of Johns Hopkins, and President R. S. Woodward, of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, were the principal speakers. WASHINGTON TIMES BUREAU. ALEXANDRIA. VA.. APRIL 15. Work Is progressing rapidly on the new bouvelard which Is to connect Ar lington with the south end of Highway bridge, and which Is to be a portion of the avenue from Alexandria to wasn ineton. At the rate the work is pro greasing the new road will be ready to use by the end of the summer, and the distance by roadway between this city and Washington will be reduced n nearly three-quarters of a mile. The new road Is being built by the Govern ment an appropriation of JH.OOO bavin been obtained over a year ago by Con gressman Charles C. Carlln. ror lis con struction. The road runs in a straight line from the end of the bridge to Arlington, crossing the low ground on Old Alex ander Island, where was formerly lo cated the old race track, and thence skirting the Governmental experimental farm. There is a large" amount of flll'ng to be done and material is being hauled from Washington for this purpose cmnii ,a nnd undfrhrush have been rleaned away and nillngs are being made through the swamp that runs be tween the river and the high lands on the Virginia shore. At Johnson's corner, fronting the east wall of Arlington, the new road will Join the macadam county road which passes through St. Asaph and Potomac, connecting with North Washington street. . At the Junction of the new road And the Highway bridge two frame build ings have Just been completed which will be occupied by Washington pawn brokers. In addition to the crusade a.galnst dogs without muzzles running at large in the streets, the police have been Instructed to see that the dogs are properlv muzzled. Justice Caton stated in court today that halters and straps which do not prevent dogs from biting, will .not be Considered as suitable muz zles, and owners using them will be subject to fine as If their dogs were unmuzzled. Thirteen dog owners were brought Into court today charged with violation of the dog ordinance. Justice Caton Imposed fines of 5 each on Louis Baltimore. James Llghtfoot, H. V. Kel ly. Calvin Ncale. O. W. Paverlll. and Ellen Cole. Five caBes were dismissed with warning and two were continued. At a meeting of Alexandria Lodge of B. P. O. Elks, held last night. Ex alted Ruler James W. Bales, announced the following appointments of officers of the lodge: A. A. Paul, esquire; the Rev. Edgar Carpenter, chaplain, and Joseph Ewald, inner guard. At a meeting of the Retail Merchants' Association to be held tonight, president Harry Hammond will announce the committees for this year, and plans for the enlargement of the activities of the association will be considered. At a meeting of the Chamber of Com merce, held last night, a committee of fifteen was appointed to be present at the public meeting to be held on Thurs day night. In the rooms or the common council to urge council to provide the funds for the Immediate construction of a new high school building. A commit tee of three was named to co-operate with commkteju from the chamber of commerce of RIcnmond, Lynchburg, and other cities looking to a revision of the method of making assessments for State taxation, it being shown that seventy one counties of the State receive from the Commonwealth MOCOOO more than they pay In taxes. C. S. Taylor Burke and A. D. Brockett were appointed as delegates to the meeting of the directors of the Washington-Richmond highway association and the Southern Educa tional conference, both to be held In Richmond on Wednesday and Thursday. Miss Ruth Robey, daughter of James Robey, and Norris Roland, were mar ried last night at the rectory of St. Mary's Church, by the Rev. L. F. Kelly. In the corporation court this morning an Injunction was granted by Judge Barley, at the Instigation of Miss M. Blanche Rotchford and others restrain ing City Engineer C E. C. Dunn from granting any further building permit to W. M. Priest to construct a wooden structure In the rear of 300 North Pat rick street, or 1007 Queen street. CITIZENS VOTE DOWN SUFFRAGE PROJECT Northeast Washington Associa tion Decides Against Plan For District Franchise. Feeling marked the discussion of en franchisement of District citizens at the meetinr of the NortheaBt Washington Citizens' Association Uat night. Final ly a rising vote on the subject was tak n. the anti-suffrage contingent winning by a vote of S to7. The agitation was started by a resolu- 4lnn offered at a previous meeting by Thomas E. Will, urging the enfran chisement of all citizen of the District- Debate on the question last nignt Wfaxed hot. When the rising vote was decided on seven members lose for the affirma tive. Then seven rose for the negative. Everybody In the hall cried, "a tie. Thereupon President Tucker shattered the hopes of the pro-suffraglsts by vot ing for the negative side. Polk Seems Likely To Get New York Post James L. Polk, former president j the New York civil service commission, appears today to have the lnsid track In the race for the position of collec tor of the port of New Tori. At the White House today it Is indicated that Polk's chances are good, but the de cision Is far from definite yet. Secre tary of the Treasury McAdoo Is back of the appointment, but the attitude of Senator O'Gorman of New York, Is not disclosed. m & FS'.'?352 rjF 'rc0 Jj WLDOUGLAS $3.50, $4.00 & $40 wmm 9nuc9 m iTuriirnvftTuivrn ophin'M i " ' "I 5' " ""T"" ! " ""LT . Tii .-.-.. -5W rSS-SOAMSHOUINTHKnOHLD F!tfSl L L. ."ii' -. -fc'-'l 's.'.k;- TS.-r.''.w '' V?.i ?&!.& :y-AM .- "JJTWS w - . . 1 V iook in v. Jj. uoucrias score jC .Xv. .3 a w. n w. W.M n.111 0 A A .1.AA. 'HZrW IV1UUU1V.1 UIIU IUU Hill HHJ MAXJO ?-w o rzn Cs A gi .J BlA K.CI 41m4 a.a lUr fDJmiJJm rarr.W UUU CJ-.W a.JltlA? lust as rood in stvlc fit and wear as other makes costlntr $5.00 to 87.00, the onlv -difference is the nrice. Shoes in all leathers, stvles and shapes to suit evervlwdv. If von could visit W. I. Douelas lanre factories at Brockton. Mass.. and see for ' yourself how carefully W. JL. Douglas shoes are niaae, you wouia men unuersuinu wuj they are warranted, to lit nctter, iook oetcer,! hold their shape ana wear longer man any other make for the price. Tie Best $2.00 aad $2.50 Boys' Shoes in the world. VAU I I WlH is .tamped on tbe bottom. TAKE NO 8UB8TITUTK. if W. L. Donilii thoci itre not for nle In roor vldnltr. Mis :w order aiwt irora in. factory na iT me miaajcmMi A-7.s proDU BDoesrorereiy mem dtt 01 tue imiiy. mi .u ftLk.. rr. nnrpx.DT rura ron.DiMUCBiin. ww r.tv .ivr Cft:lk&Z 'J Illu.trnld Catalwc. It will ihow yoa now vWlli;. TSkTKV-J to order by null and wfiy too can tm money sriBiA on your footwear. w. Ja jiuuubM, nrMtun. .. W.L. Douglas Shot Cqa 905 Pennsylvania Av N.W. j 0 in ftig vftrlcl J 1 933 Petitva. AveT SPECIAL Diamond Set LOCKET AND CHAIN like picture, VIS complete. Mnno Rram enitrnteU on the back free. We .UKse.t that jou are our superb collection of fine jewelry before purcha.lna; elsewhere. $15k!l5 FIFTY CENTS A WEEK Accoantn to the amount of Ki' can be paid for at the rate of 50c per week. Six Hundred Tents Required for Thousands Expected Here for Conference. Six hundred tents will be required to provide covering for the thousands who are expected to attend the big encamp ment of the world conference of the Seventh Day Adventlsts here from May 15 to June 8, at Takoma Park. Preparations for the houslncr of dele gates from all parts of the world are now under way on the campus of the wasmngton Foreign Mission seminary Large canvas pavilions will be erected for the use of big meetings. It Is ex pected that thirty meetings will be held eacn aay or tne conference. Advance guards of the delegates al readv have arrlvsd. Mr. and Mrs. Anol Orundset, from Abyssinia, and Mr. and airs. B. J. Cady. who nave spent twen ty years In Australia and the Society island, are tne nrst on tno scene, witn in the next week, a large corps of min isters from Baltimore, Nashville, Cal gary, Canada; Morgantown, W. Va.; Minneapolis. Lincoln, and other places, will arrive. It Is said, to prepare for the big event. Fully a month will be required. It Is declared, to put everything Into readi ness for the conference. As the con ference Is held only once In four years, every one of the 110,000 members of the sect Is vitally Interested. It Is said, and it will be difficult to tell how many will be precent at the conference. Five thousand Is given as a conservative estimate. China. India. Japan. Korea, and Aus tralia are but a few of the foreign coutries represented. Members from these countries number about 30,000. It Is said, but will be itrongly represent ed because this conference is the means of getting In touch with tlio next four years' program. The Asiatic delegation will be large, and will be he.idrd by Elder L. H: Evans, vice president ot that division. He is well known In Washington, having spent several years here before going to China. The Afri can delegation will be headed by Elder R. C. Barton. Long Hours Blamed For Vice of Girls Long hours of labor are a greater cause of vice among employed women thnn low wages. Miss Frances Perkins, of New York, told the members of the Consumers' League, at the second an nual meeting of the organization at Itauscher's, yesterday. Congressman Andrew J. Peters of Massachusetts, who Introduced the House bill for an eight-hour working law in the District, told the history of the bill and the possibility of Its even tually being enacted. Officers of the league were elected as follows: Mrs. H. W. Wiley, president: Miss Constance D. Leupp, vice presi dent: Mrs. W. G. Stuart, recording sec retary; .Miss Marlon Pellew, correspond ing secretary, and William D. Hoover, treasurer. KEYSTONE OFFICES E CAUS DiouENIN Palmer' proj rosed former State 'Trea urer Wllllaa i -H. .Berry for Jndonemcnt for the cort'ctorshlp of the port, Mr. DosioHoe proposed Thomas Kelson.1 of Philadelphia, urging that tbe office should gottf a.Phlladelphlajnan. In the discussion: Donohoe Insisted that IT Narrow Escape Is Carpenter's Experience Joseph Tarllng, a carpenter, had a narrow escape from serious Injury or death yesterday afternoon while work ing on the new building for the Depart ments of Commerce and Labor, Nine teenth street and Pennsylvania avenue northwest. A 400-pound keg of steel boltd dropped from the floor above where Tarllng was working arid grazed his forehead. The keg crashed through the floor on which the carpenter was standing. Members From Pennsylvania Fail' to Agree on Posts Philadelphia. in After discussing the matter for two or three hours last night, the Demo cratic members of the House from Pennsylvana failed to agree upon recommendations to nil the four port offices In Philadelphia, made vacant by requested resignations of the Incum bents. The difficulty was that a slate satis factory to Congressman A. Mitchell Palmer, who regards himself as the leader of the delegation, was not satis factory to other members. The differences were mainly, however, between Palmer and Donohoe. Mr. Lung Tjubfe Yfefcfetf to This Remedy J2 'lntta 1" the treatment 5L7" L. and LunS Trouble should net 'one oi fh hnnVW .tnn - Berry were named as collector. Nelson ?E?r,es y th of Eckmans Alter should be iiamed for one of the other J S"ve- Coughs. Stubborn Colds, and """" mY oe? ine HKnnn!n- nr offices. intT h th There deweiopedln the meeting an b.J". erlcani troubles. JEckmurti A! & ai a.i . ; . .hi jvm. . m -- uareni uiBot j.hioii to resent and -tn n. - " ' an enreenv nnniv i .. .- ... ti r . t . iiffr rrM.t. . . - ai.L eiani. uy ruinnr in mnTMi tn. ' appoimmer. s, ana mis probably nr- vented actio n upon any one of th nmn. ositlons dlstf ussed. An Indefir4'te adjournment was takam with a view to further canvassing the situation relating to the filling of the offices. It was ann mnced today that char have been fl led against TVIUlam H. Berry with n"ie Treasury -Department. Their charact er was not stated, an" It Is presumed tbev an tn nm charges that -ere discussed In Berry's. campaign tor ine tgovernoranip. Royal Arclr C wnmunication. The stated communication of La fayette Chapter. Nt 5. R. A. 31- ached-i uled for tonight, 'will offer work la, the "Mark Degree."' A slumber of -apodal features are pj -omlsed' In .the wojJc," and members araj especfatlly urged to be present. The I call Is .signed ir J. Gordon, Jones, hlajh prfeat, ' Kanajy-a statement: Read - vw, ,.-. . Jhrratoa. a. T. eoth .nrf ,lx yr" x w" troubled with g?S? 1 "eiormHon. I also had a hlnh mr BhR"Ta d Caaaumwlon K 3e' '"d oir medicines, all without At Ch HjHRUt tlfna OAa V - pacted ta.W CaluS? -dTr'h "iSEt 3i?iL-iL-,,ook 1"tk ellent result, and iiro iu tn !! wtihrf snd bve Tad tio S?L-coW Thater,r- l i t fct j. ,. -.. .v iMc AUIttr yOtltoXU JAS. TV. KANALT. CVTove abbreviated; more on request.) JEskman'a. Alterative has been provrn OT many Years' -tmtt tn rnnw lTlm- oua In cases of severe Throat and Lung Affections. Bronchitis. Bronchial Atnma. stubborn Colds, and In n- bUllfllng th ivitrm TVw. -tin. , tla narcotics, poisons or bablt-form- ls ruK- or sale by O'Domell'a JJTT3K Stores. 3l?ld nttiMT IhiHu. 9 Jtlata. Writa th iriirtnin -i bk.w.a- Philadelphia. Pal. for booklet, telling ' "Tecaveries and additional evidence. ABTt. Children Cry for Fletcher's HjiilJIil The Kind You Have Always Bought has borno the signa ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and ' Just-as-pood " are but experiments, and endanger the health of Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORS A CMtoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It de stroys Worms and allays Fcverishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Trou bles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of 11 W&atV Afy&JfsJs J& w m T - v mm -m 111 Use For Over 30 Years THU CENTAUR COMPANY. N8W VOUK CITY. awsapaaaaaaaamaaaMaaiamjaaaaaiaiaaaagaasaaaaaaaaiaaaaasiasaiaa ;- UWWWwSmmm mWWw aa bbbbbH vkr3FWWtLwi aWaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaRa?r tvery uopannreni irom ijasemeat to Foarfti Floor is in line with an array, of wonderful values for this unique sale event. As a practical demonstration of the purchasing power of even such a small sum as 129 cents, when speat in mis sale, it should command immediate resfHWise from every shrewd shopper. Read the list of needs you can supply at this astonishingly small price and be here early tomorrowlto share the economies. No mail' or phone orders filled for tomorrow's "29-cent Sale" items. 50c Garbage Cans 29c Each Heavy Gal vanized Iron Garbage Cans, 17-quart size, with tight-fitting: cover, strongly made. Not the cheap, small-size af fair usually as sociated with similar low prices. Regular 50c value for this sale at 23c each. 29c Kn- 29c There's Extraordinary Value in a Newcorn & Green made- to-your-measure Spring Suit FOR $15, $1850, $20up Coat-and-Ti ousers Suit Select from our splendid collection of newest, all-wool Spring fabrics, one that exactly suits your taste and your purse. One of our master-tailors will carefully tape jou noting ctery individual re (julrenirnl of our fisuro. Then wo'll skillfully bufltl you a suit that's perfect in fit and cor rect in Btrlo. We'll fit you till every detail's exactly right. Our famous French canvas and haircloth interlining patented Insures permanent shape keeping. We'll give you a suit thai, in looks and service, will be the biggest value you ever secured. We've been giving that kind ot tailoring service for seventeen years. Call or write for samples and Book of Spring Styles. 29c 29c WASH BOARDS Crystal Glass Wash Boards. In strong wood frame. Cannot rust or tear OQ the clothes. Sale price tO. 00c KSIKK SETS Sets of six each Steel Knives and Forks, with cocobola handles. Sold regu larly at COc a set. Sale price- im- st;rniA,VS Seamless ameled Covered Saucepans. twenty-pint size: .aie price... D1N.NER PLATES White China Dinner Plates, will not craze or crack easily Worth 5c each. Total value. 60c. Sale price. OXn nn. DOZEN for 9C 75e TEV KETTLES Enameled Tea Kettles. 11-pint size. The kind sold regularly at Toe Sale price 7.-.e rOFI'KE noiLERS Enamel- ! Pnffprt Hnilprs t ivpl vrk.nlnt ! offered just for this one-day at , 75e I'RLSKRVI.NC KETTLES Seamloss Enameled Preserving Kettles, twenty-eight pint size. Sale pride .. 50c ItlCE nniLERS Seamless Enameled HIce Boilers, four- pint size Sale price.. . c t'XnEnWEAR Women's pure Lisle Vests, low neck and Meevelc?. with taped neck and arms. s.nme plain and others trim med with crochet and lace jokes Sale price A (HI EN'S I'XDKRWK R Lisle and Mercerized Cotton Vests, low nock at'd sleeveless, finished with silk tape in neck and arms. Some plain, others, with Iatv trimmed and crochet yokes orth 25c each Sale price. TWO for r ii s i: t r v e it s Of good H. "Ilt naln.sook. trimmed with 1t-o .mil embroider and finished with ribbon headings All sizes. Sale price TWO for Ml si.l. l)lt WERS Women's Mulln Drancrs. of good piallty material made with deep hem ptjtrhd ruffles, full cut sizes. Sale price. TWO pairs 9Q for UC ( IIII.IIltK.N'S IR H Elts Ex tra quality muslin, trimmed with torchon lace and fine tucks, sizes S to 10 years Neatly made. Silo pr'ce THREE pairs for 59c&75c.CMtUNhK at 29c sq. yd. . Tomorrows sail: is made up ot a lot of "mill lengths' of Cook's Heavyweight. Cqrk-fllled Linole ums. In a variety of light and dark designs, representing- mosaic, tiling and inlaid patterns. All In useful Iqnctha, from 2 to 20 square yard!?, for coveting halls, vestibules, pantries and kitchens. , Regular 59c and' 75c qualities for 29c square yard-i 29c tmless 29c 29c 29c 29c 29c 29c ItOMPEHS Of gingham, pink and blue checlaed effects; also plain colors in pttik. blue and tan; sizes 2 to years. OQa Sale price iJC OSe DRES5Di 3 CQirTS Of lawn. In pretty, colors, in medium and dark effects; fancy collars and cuffs. Sale OQj price . fC CHILDRK-TS "GO'WTS'U-Of mm lln. V shaped jwd nigh necks; yokes of tucks', and embroidery Mnvertlonx. Full-.cut slsea from 2 tc 10 years. Sale nh. price a7C CHILDREITS APRO.tS Kimono style, of good .quajlty gingham. In neat checked effects: assorted sizes, sale price. TWO for. . Ttfte PANTS Boya" fancy Cassl mere Bloomer Pants, made with elastic bottoms; sizes 6 to OQl 9 years. Sale price 5V SOe A0 TSe HATS Boys' ican. and i each. Wlc SHEETS 54x90 Bleached Single Bed Size Sheets, hand torn and Ironed. Sale price, OQ each toJ .1 YARDS COTTOX 2S-lnch Bleached Cotton, a fine, closely woven grade. Sold regular- OQa ly at SOc. Sale price dUK r, VARUS GINGHAM Standard Apron Ginghams, warranted fast colors. Sold regularly at OQn tCc. Sale, price &VI, SOc SHEPHERD CHECKS 3S- Inch Shenherd Checks. large and small checks: heavy. closely woven grade, sale TtOc 3IOHAIR 38-Inch Cream Mo hair, a hard twisted grade, for making women s suits and skirts. Sale price... Felt Rah Hats, In red. tan. brown ray. Sale price. 29c 30c Carpet Brooms 2 for 29c "Extra, sp'eciaj for this one-day sale food quality FIVE STRING Carpet Brooms, well made, and finished with wire ferrule. The kind sold regularly at SOc each. Sale price, TWO for 23c. 29c 29c 29c d.29c One 20c can of Sanitol Tooth Paste and One 25c Goldenberg's "Insured" Tooth Brush. Total value, 45c Sale Price Both for . 29c Me DIAGONAL CLOTH 3-lnch Diagonal Cloth, In black, navy blue. tan and gray. Sale M)u Price m7C Sec FOULARDS Printed 'Foul ards, In black, and navy blue grounds; extra quality; neat, figured designs. Sale ' 'OQj, 56e JAP SILK Imported Japa nese Silk. 27 Inches wide: In black and evening shades. Sale OQA price, yard UC 3Bc DRESS LINEN 15-Inch Ira ported Tan .Dress Linen, a pure linen quality., suitable for mak ing suits and skirts. Sale Ofl. price i...-. -K7C SOe WHITE LIJJEX 50-inch Oys ter White-Linen, a pure linen qual ity; a stylish material for mak ing suits and skirts. Sale price, yard see VOILB (0-inch extra quality French Voile, a fine two-ply OQ mesh grade. Sale price, yard. a2fC See PIQUE as-laek Imnorteri White Pique, extra fine quality, in aesirame size welts, sale price, yard MBTPS SOe HOSE Pure Silk Half-Hose, made wlthlnen heel and toe. high spliced heel; in tan. navy blue, gray, and black; fWju all sizes. Sale price A7C SOe UNDERWEAR Men's Poros knlt Underwear. In white and ecru colors: shirts with long and short sleeves; drawers with re-enforced seat and suspender straps; ankle lengtn. ah sizes. Bale price, each garment MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS Men's Athletic Undershirts, sleeveless and buttonless. In white OQA only. All sizes. Sale price... 27C SOe STOCKINGS Women's Pure Silk Stockings. seamless foot, double "ole. high spliced heel and toe: lisl carter tons Tn hTnelc wnite. and tan. Sale price, pair , 23C AND 30C MATTING. ISO warp Japanese and extra heavy weight Seamless China Mattings. In a large variety of new patterns ann colorings, sale price, TWO YARDS for (We will cut any nunntlty de sired from the full rolls.) 91 CLRTAINS 200 pairs of Mad ras Curtains. 40 Inches wide. 2i yards long, finished with fringed ends Cholc of snowflake. cord. and lace effects. Large range of eolors. Sale price. pair 29c 29c 29c 29c Once a Dusty, Cumbersome Piece of Furniture Now a Five-Dollar Bill CD 1002 F STREET N. W. Open Saturday Evenings. This is no tale of legerdemain. A very practical story, an everyday affair. mrs. j. nau borne uiu furniture. It was in good condition, but she had no further need for it so stored it away in the garret. But Mrs. J., somehow or other, never could go to that storeroom with out feeling "I wish I could sell that furniture." She wished it out loud one day, and Mary, the cook who cooked for Mrs. J. because she had used a Situation Wanted Ad. spoke up: "Why don't you Put It In The Times?" Mrs. J. did. And the next day Mary made frequent trips from kitchen to front door answering calls from the ad. Later on that day a wagon backed up. left a five-dollar bill and took the furni ture away. All sort of miscellaneous articles are daily sold through the. "For Sale Mis cellaneous" columns of The Times. "The Want Ad. Way Is the Modern Way." , i -"".A, - -XTr -.y-i-y,. .Jn-ivj j fl 3M ' i ! 1