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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1914. IS El HE E AGAIN JS A TEACHER II' If TOED H. H. Hart Demands New System of Dealing With Fe male Offenders. ' r TV TOIJK. Mav 13 At the l.rst n what lie fa.vs will be a iclent- flsht to deireasc the number of ally Imperfect Infants born in V w annuall. Dr. IIuMincs H. Ha t. lor of the department of h d- nc of the Russell Sasie rotindatio", indjetinR an in estimation into t "t of feeblc-nundedness auionc New k women I5t r i I j. ii.i'jih7',jt , vyi'M'MIHI pnsi nLoufi RECEIVES EMPLOYS FRAYS TO A. B. C. MEDiATORSi L OCATE I NERALS Diplomatic Agents of South American Countries Call at the White House. a prelinunai report lie Ills pletfd Di Hart estimates there a it .OiiO feeble-minded pel sons n State at the present time Of hese savs, only 5,(V are cared for In 'n- s' tutlons designateu for their caic. It lie 10 Wo arc confined in institution ii Intended for them, and Ij.'O. half ot e, total number, are at large m the tnmunity. There arc about 1Q.X' b'e-mlnded women and sirls of child arins: age in the State. Dr. Hart es tates, of ivhom, he says, probably or than 6.0D0 are at large in the, corn unity. Why is it that the State has pro dec! institutions for 13.011) insane. die it has provided institution? for y o,W feeble-minded?'- he asks in i nrehminarv report. He then an- 'Si.oo To Harpers Ferry, $1.25 Martins- s ers the question himself. "It is be- burg. $1.50 Berkeley Spring?, and $itX) se of the popular supersiuion in me Cumberland ana return, uammore k JOHN BASSETT MOORE, Former State Department counselor, who has decided to resume his work at Columbia University, New York, vhere he will lecture on interna. tional law and the contracts of law. nmtiTiltv ho declares, '"that the in f- ne are dangerous while the fceble nded are harmless. We are learning p last ttat the feeble-minded boy and tl arc three times as great a menace. t the community as the senile dement il t'le mild chronic insane in our hos- j Ms. If everv feeble-minded woman should r.ttkitiiv ,-ofTsttd for twenty ir,,' at least 50 per ceit of the feeble- J J. udednes. would disappear Feeble-1 4. ii 1.. .... Iabc .1 at'il tl.nrt til- 1 . nuniiica i" 'v ni v . ....... Tulosls. but its extirpation is a much pier problem than the extirpation of e white plague. As it is. we are mul 'jlng the fecble-mlnned variety of the man race in the Stale of Now York th Increasing rapidity. Recent inves ,ations reveal the fact that from :n 10 ier cent of tie inmates of our us, prisons and reformator'es arc fie-e-mlnded. and we are discoxerin that verj large proportion of tne pi osti tes, perhaps 30 per cent are feoble- inded . , Dr Henry H. Goddard. of ineland. J states that the feeble-mfided girl vastU more dangerous to the com nit than the bo. The reason for s statement is that the reroditv of ble-rrtndedness for the most part mca fron. t.ie girl. Not only is tills up but investigations made 'n ew se have demonstrated that the wo rn of -his clas is twice as pro'iHc he normal wonn.n. This an. esV -llv from the fact that she is unable i T proteft herself, and partly trom tin. ji rt that she Is not affected b the I ; ril restraints or f.ie regard rf ron-iv Ohio from Union Station S::Q A M. Sunday. Maj 17th. Returning same day. Advt. Picsidint Wi'son recei eil at the hlte House todav the diplomatic rep resentatnes of Aigentina, Brazil, and Chile, who aie to act as mediators in the efforts to settle the Mexican con tioer;y They will leave Washington tonight or tomorrow for Niagara Falls, where the peace conlerence will open next Monday. The mediators were presented to the Piesident by secretar of State Br an. in the Blue Room Beside of the Piesi dent in full dress uniforms, stood Col .V. Harts. V. S. A., and Lieutenant Commander Jones, l S- N., the Presi dent's aide? ) The ceremony was brief. th- media tors PNprevlmT tl'eir cordial friendship for the United States, and the President impressing appieiiation of-I lieu efforts to assist in a peaceful settlement of the Mexican controverts: The diplomats leri the White House in company with Mr. Bryan, and the party adjourned to the State Depart ment, where they were formally Intro due d to Associate Justice Lamar, of the United States Supreme Court, and former Solicitor General Frederick W. Lehman, who will act as this country's Jelcjrates at the leaco conference. The President wished the mediators a pleasant trip, and a safe return, but there was no discussion of their mission. Ulivi Believes Value of Inven tion Will Lie in Commercial Field. The experiments made in Franco in iiKust last and in Italy during; tue ' past few months by the Florentine I inventor. Inn riivi in regard to ex- ploding deposits of powder without jiii I'lixl h.'ix specialized on the note oi tone ivn out b the apparatus . uhon the ru neounter the exnlos- , I I ive and Hi container The sounding- of that note Kive? !um the accurate I direction, after nlilrh the rays are I intensified or focus-d. so to speak. until tne explosion occurs. Paren thetiLallj it might be added that the "F" rajs, unihr the I'livl system, are valueless against explosives which cannot be" fired by ignition. In tho course of these experiments Ing. rilvl has diht0ercil that the various metals encountered by the ras each has a distinctive tone on the resonators, which tone varies In ac cordance with the character, volume, nnd density of the body of metal cn- otintered. The Inventor believes that an apparatus of the tj pc now used by him. perfected with a view to ac curately classifying different metals and their volumes, could be employed with certainty in the exploration of mineral lands and in locating ore bearing ledges. I At Has Little Time. present Irtrr t T1Iil 4a Ant ipa!f ni. .,.. l.i mo MiU rf thn civ-OiIIjJ I V ... . ' -maw ".. -v....,.v. , CUpie(i vvitn tne military nnd naval j"P rays, have only been duly chron-Vaiue of his invention, and it Is Im- icled in the newspapers. : possible for him to give any attention A Meld apparatus winch can locate1," "! commercial possibilities of his . , ..i . fiscoverv. but It is has been suggested a -id explode a magazine or a mine at t(j ,,,, 't,, for an apparatu? eap- consiueraoic himjuui is coiiceucii iu able or discovering mineral in ianu have a high value as a weapon of war. and that is probably the pri mary value of the discover However The Inventor has stated that the greatest value of his Inven tion will ultimatelv be found in a purelv commercial field, namelv, tho locating of mineral deposits in tho tarth The secret or the apparatus lies, of course, with the inventor, but he has given the following general informa tion in regard to inc operation or tne "F" rays. The apparatus as used by . Ing. Ulivi I"i equipped with resona- tors'. The "F" rays directed or aimed by tho apparatus cause the resona tors to sound tone which vary in ac- ' cordance with the body through which the rajs pass. In his experiments in setting- off explosives by means of the "F" rays. and of approximating the mineral bearing value thereof, a market might rcadil be found in the United States. Baltimore & Ohio To Pimlico Races, Expiess train with parlor and dining cars leaves Union Station 1:00 P. M arrives Baltimore 1:J0 P. M. $1.75 round J trip. Advt. i A" 5.. ...... .... ....,. i i"l"."i,wl-ywl"i"rvi" "1I". I"I'I"'Ili,,I"'I" Menccs whlcli restrain me normal jman Thi f.-eble-minded fclrl of ofteen. sixteen or eighteen years is. bodv a woman with the instincts ' d danirers of womanhood, but m mind he is a ch'ld no more responsible than "r vounger sister of six or ight jears V ei she is not provided w t".. the s.'iue hivalrous pretcntluti that is accorde.l 'r little sister, although she is citltb-vl mow protection. I reeentlv saw In liospilJl for the insane a t eMo- -n nued woman who had be"n the other of nine children " Baltimore & Ohio to Baltimore, $1.25 t nd trip tverj" Saturday an-i Sunday. . -od rt turning until 9 a .m. Monday. v MANIJFACIURER'S OUTLET CO. MAKES BIG SHOE PURCHASE Sale Now in Progress at the Manufacturer's Outlet Co., 621 E Street N. W. Extraordinary values in footvea. ot.irg and hats are being "fit-red tl.c en of Washington at 621 K snett tins eek Large purchases hav l made it osB ble to offer unusual v alu - I eaioii ' Shos are known b. ash- gton lien for their coirect stvlt, tn.e jalitv and lasting wear, aim the 'il'i. initl tc sei ur. these H and $5 bihii'i . footwear tor $.33 should not 1 e isscd b fi-onomical bhoe burs IIe' 'iats in toft and stnT stvls, rrt i. to $2. at 1'Oc it'gulj! ? ! oe.- l 61 pair, and tinest f and M en i maa snoes for $2 4 pan. Men i-pr.iig and Summer suit- ai "1'iuK at icinarkable iiric-coi,t-si.. i r 'r-tai't Kegul.-ir $1" and 'i.' legulai $11 5u and J'j - i- ' icRulal S16 j" and 1 v i i rs i t ic lai i fi t lire i s '-it . ?' P sirrx i id mpe t tlie- n SUil values o ' . r? McCray Sanitary Refrigerators Known Everywhere for SUPERIORITY Built in All Sizes for Every Requirement. McCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO. 61 1 F ST. N. W. Womens Tailored Suit Which Sold for $17.50 $6.98 Summer Resorts on Ches. & Ohio For booklets apply Ticket Offices, F st. nnrf 5L. Pa. ave. Advt. Ry. 133 This White Enamel Bed, Only $8.50 cgulirly $12.50 cs-sr-u W av L.JLIDJUL liiwf?jE "L! " 1 "5 Week ra.liifFi l fell f m m pays raoei Bill .811 7th St. N. W, KRAFT BROS P OSITIVELY nothing restricted all the beautiful Suits that women have so admired at Milton R. Ney's this spring, are now included at radical sacrifice prices. Just take a few moments today or tomorrow and see the host of charming apparel, all at real savings. Owing to the extremely low price there will be no C O. D.. phone orders or laid aside. MILTON R. NEY'S 807 Pa. Ave. N.W. t v 30c and Or Ribbons, inc. Extra width, silk moire, satin, and taffeta rib bons, splendid for girdles, hair ribbons and trim mings. all col- IQp ors .. XUXf WhereYwDillinftnntrttrt ft- DEHREND5 720-22-24 Seventh St. N.W. CLOSE 6 O'CLOCK SATURDAY 91.00 Corsets, 30c. All shapes. Summer nett and coutll corsets. Sub ject to oil stain defects, otherwise per fect. All Sizes. batur day. price .. 50c "i"i"i""""i" SATURDAY'S SHOE-NEWS at "HAHN'S" Popular "ENGLISH" Oxfords For You Men in jits. iB Jgirak n lSi?BBW r3 'y fed w Great Dress Selling For 1 Day's Brisk Business $3.50 Open Work Embroidery Dresses Fancy Dress of beautiful open work eyelet embroidery and lace Intartlon. Made with square-cut neck, buttoned back, lace-trimmed bodice and stylish, full-cut over the hip skirt .Misses' ard women's sizes $1.85 $10.00 Embroidered Crepe Dresses Kight entlrel different exquisite -. ntvli-s of French Voile and Oreoe $1.85 Drci-t.cs. made In even, new vvunted model. Including the two-t ered et-fc-t with Insertion bands ot heavy lace. The Ru"sian oversklrt stjle with the oversklrt of matched em- f broidcred irviie or chic drupel tkirt ttvles. with wa'sts elegantl.v , trimmed with heavv lace, satin I bands and cut-glass buttons. AH j sizes in lot Ji $5.9 5 Here in half a dozen diflerent grades each a striking ex ample of the superior values and real economies offered at these 3 "HAHN" stores. Priced at $2.50 $3 $3.50 $4.00 $5.00 $6.00 Shown in Mahogany Blown. Tan Russia, or I!lacA Calf, Pate.it Colt, and White Buck, with rubbfr soles or leather fcok'a. 2 Extra Dress Skirt Bargains $2.50 White P K Skirts, 98c Stvlish Idgh-uafeted Skirts of superior iiutlty P K , made in four entirely iin models, includ ing the double tunK The scol loped edred overskiit mod-! iasi tened with pearl buttons, or nob by peg top vest effect Qfif garments IOl $3.50 Ratine Dress Skirls, il.79 hit. tan blue, lavender, and pink Skiits of splendid vT-ashinE quality ratine, entirely new mod el, opL"iiliK down tho front, with 2 8-inch fo d. or same material spanning side of Karments fc rm liiff panel front and (- r7Q back All lengths ioXtiV Saturday Hosiery Sale For Every Member of the Household 15c Fancy Top Sox, 10c Children's and Infants' Import ed Lisle Sox, with btriped in and checked fancy tops . . JtlC Women's Pure Silk Hose, 17c lute. tan. and black, pure bilk boot hoe The high spliced 1 r? heel kind with garter tops lit 25c Women's Lisle Hose, lie Kxtra thin gauc lisle black and white lloc High spliced lie!", double toes Saturday's Big Sale of Boys' and Girls' Finest $2.50 and $3 Low Shoes Mr ..I our Boji' "Tri-Wear" or "Cadet" s2.So i'kl M.nn oxford- except the Ln-h-h mmJjK All leathers. AH sizes 1 to 5V2. S m1c- (il Large Girb "Rite Form" .urn other S3. So and S3 Tan, Black, or Patent Strap I'ump-. Sie 2 ' to o. Special Saturday at $1.95 Malt 11 v o or 'r lit ie hrltc m -rd ll.i it : ih i a -on 1 11 riegh Tan. I.a Villi' I "Colonials" and "Pumps" For Fastidious Women glorious Here in the moj-t 1-aMiions ot the car Col.inialf, .vtlt ah tni new loes, heels, bui!:Ies in all loath CT also combinations with ?ray, fawn, or black suede or hiocn ir back". Pumps, v.ith very low, nWi'im, Cuban, or Spool Heel-,, of .ill leather". fatiwcs in blacl. ncn'llar or color"-; $2.19 i fa p j i vi 1.95U L 1 z a a in u l ,v.v:.. Sr'jmmmi m - -v .vr ii mm i S3 i 'so. cs JSSlm I km JEE&&m$2?' H P w I w. m I i If $4 $5 1' 3 ' ,1 5 JJllX--- - ""gj- J 3 A 50c Men's Colonial and Onyx Silk Sox, 23c lute lda K, tan, bin gra ami garin t pun thn ad .sill., faniotis Onv. and Colonial OQ. $5 Lace and Siik Crepe de Chine Waists $2.95 one or thee daintv shadow I.ace Blouses It win tlastle ! .ut wiih Inn. v n-'t" i iad' i 1 !' n w f.-nuu ia.1 1 iw"-el" tli ii iv Mjiv 'I ul . i ilr-i'i h .1.1 is -o popular tlii-, I la h. uliiti M ile. Mle IVm-.i i. .-I mil openhageii HI it anil $2.95 Save on Your Little Girl's or Boy's Clothing Needs Tomorrow $1.25 Girls' 2- $2 Boys, "Hyde piece Dresses, Grade Galatea" 79c Suits. 98c Priced to Please Every Purse $2.50 $3 $3.50 W hit e. blui , and tan Diesvi 0 , h i I ' n d I (I vvachitiK uualitv 1 ni.iii Linen Mace in the pop- I.IUI '- - I'lt-lt w le vv nil pltiit cil klrt and inlil'lv l 1 o II s 1- 'iji-t-. i nil ti . . nl I In Us iti'l n!.i . "1 )' la III t tiiiti acting ml ol malfila! h t.i H t' 79c 1. a i h . 1 I t .stamped Hyde gradr alalia. iiiMiiring ptrfet-t w ashing In plklu .shatlos of white, tan, and blue, and neat I r I i o and oh' cKs. in inill t II V vi, outtou. .iiloi hi His.- ami Ku-.--i.in btvle oi b i- a t It models Sn gli- oi loublt hi pasted cffei t" 3-s to s noc ytars, tO TREUfilE SUNDAY SILK GLOVES $1 Long Silk Gloves Kti.i length doiibli '.,ci lipped all i!IK loe. . tt 50c Silk Gloves Mo nl- 111 i tlip il lie thiead hilk ii.x t)ip. , ii.m i i nKin- i 1j. n ui'l w 'ill o 39c button .Mos'iuetane i.v If lie Children's Serviceable Hose, 12V2c Pine and heavy ribbed black white, and tan Stockiiigfc. double l.necs, toes, and lOIhn heelH Xiil, Open 9 A.M. 9. SCatrn Bum $c Co- "The Busy Corner" 8th St. and Penna. Ave. Close 5:45 P. M. ,.-.. ---'- 9" SAMPLE LOT OF LINGERIE BLOUSES Samples from Three of the Best Waistl Makers of the Country j All Sizes in the lot, but not in all Styles! Values to $5.00 j Fine Striped Crepe Waists, Sheer Novelty! Voiles, many Imported Materials among them.j Beautifully embroidered voiles, combinations of? cream lace and white sheer materials, hand embroid-r ered effects, Venise lace and shadow lace trimmed j styles. Some have dainty collars of organdy, others collars of dotted swiss, fine embroidered collars, and some with vests to match collars and cuffs. Low neck and long or short sleeved styles. Choice to morrow at Bargain Table Street Floor. 1 .691 T t V ' "" ! !! ..!. Delicious Granulated Peanut Cream Kisses, a IK 29c t ! it ! . 1 , ,1 THE LATEST IN PLEATINGS i ENTIRELY NEW AND VERY EFFEC- i in vanilla, ciiocolate, and maple flavors.; JTIVE arc the new pleatings of silk chiffon, in! tei?, y0U WJ want more than a Pund-t fSouth and Central American designs andr I Salt Water Taffy, a lb. tomorrow at.... 20c! j colorings. Dainty and attractive. A OCr ; Something: New in Chocolate Novelties yrd Chocolate Dolls 10c, 25c, and 50c ech I REMEMBER OUR SPECIAL SALE f Chocolate Swans, decorated, at 20c I OF PLEATINGS. A YARD i Chocolate Pails at 10c! ! vi. . .. ,. Aa;n ;l,mmI lOlUW IU UK, IH." UVO'tllO, HIUUUIUS I 25c Uci ! f Chocolate Bonbonieres at 50c Candy Store and Bargain Table Street Floor. 1 '-- ' "!' Illil'lil -! I many imported effects. -- -- - 9- Pleating Store and Bargain Table Street Floor. ,9) ' I I'M ' 9 ' ' - ' 9 9 9 -. -- ii. Important Sale Summer Homefurnishings At Big Reductions i i Z 3 S Umbrella, f Stand, or Jan, beat brushed brnw. ihtavy side bandlrn. with Hon head dec orations. lde base and roll top. fwnte size $1.49 l Sc sets Water ' Glasses, fine tbln tlovn lead clasa. I dalnt) shape. 9-oz.. In set, for . '! i 12 00 "ALASKA." ? Freezers the enly freezer niule jrlth I the lelcbmied Eft I ATIN'f5 SPOON' jDASHEn. siiooth . er better cream ii less time than I- . anj ot!ir C- JQ T:-qnart 51.01 T ! 51 79 Wash Boll I ers bs qualltv llieav p o I i s h e d 4 t iari oal tin. oI!d i topper hot ans, r.- ett d handler, iize j&i.uy . I J fo Slop Jar? so-i'l IRTjd- plain white s'one-ar stror; .bail hanlle;, rori- ilee mill rover. ir 29c t T j ni ft i i c aln ha pes J ll-- RMft i Pi i'1' i er 1 u chamber i t(ot.hnisIi 1 olatr. i irap dtih Set EXTHA SPECIAL ItEDUCTION-S ON IM7 nOGEHtS BROTHEUS- SIL VER - PITTED TABLEWAU E. CHOICE OF FOUR PATTERNS THAT THE MAKERS ARE DISCONTINU ING. Dessert Forks, per set of i JL7S Med. Forks, per set of tt.sg Tablespoons, per set of C Jl.S? Tbl Knives, per set of S... . fl.SS Des-ort Knives, per st of ( JLSS Uutter Knives, each c fcuuar Shells, each Spoons, each sjo I $! i Refrlyerators. j outside case of solid uarutTmxi, pacKea with mineral wool and charcnal shca.Hi ins. Iirt-Ud style, S pounds ice capac ity . Uerry S3.19 Toilet Sx, ilttcl Io - rtr arti daim nw S2.49 S.T3 Lann Sets, comprising 23 feet extra hlsh prcssura ho?e. with n.u,i Iirurs. brass nozzln and hardwood reel, either plain or wire wrapped. Set . . Lawn Hose, r. m plete with nozzle and couplings. reel 3.D SPECIAL PRICES TOMORROW AND SATT-ROAY ON REST TAU RINE MOTH PROOF OR CEDAR MOTHPROOr GARMENT RAG? Small size . S7e Medium size. . .7r 1-irse size . y!' Evtra larse "ize.STc Jl i Fl Mr Polih ,nc Ojtni. "THE RKX SANITVRY roI.I?HIN.; MOP. ' ani ' hott ot -U'l - (!EM Polish for S4.69 79c 23c sets of Ice Tea Glasses, fine qual ity colonial glass; optic eff-ct. 11-oz. size. 6 Klass-3 In : 24c SSc Alarm Clocks, full nickel finish; standard works that will keep correct time; lung, loud alarm: lartje J" size .... 57c Dituji n mm KZ.JO Refrigerators, outside case of solid oak. white "PORCELOID" lired. thre-door, table-top, front-icor style; IS pounds ice ca- Dn-f QQ paclty iDL.uO 51.7I Refiiferators, outside case of solid hardwood, all removable porta, packed with mineral wool and char coal sheathing. S3 pounds (9 -f -f fQ capacity W-LJL.OO Ice ipni Oft be quick.' $1.79 r Til-. ! J9.SS Gas Cookers or Ranges, 2 remov able ctllled burners on top. large bakln? over, with broiler attachment below f ully w ar- ranted. $7.98 detail .t..-.-.,-.-.,-.-.-.-.-.-. . .. CV: rolls of Best Qualltv Double strength T a r r 1 r.e Mothproof Paper, positive protection. 12 sheets. tOxK. to roll Per OQ roll OV, Per single sheet cc 51 3 Curtain Stretchers fuil siz'', best quxlii .as wood. nicitel-plated brass pins, stretch ers RljU-'tdol' to an size curtain Per set lilt 89c $2. B Gas Iron, full nickel finish. I full weight, equlp I ped with absolutely perfect burner and metal tubing; war ranted roMS abour 1- rent si hou. ?T. S1.69 :.?. -c. and T9c AIu.ninuni sauce pan', includln; cov ered Berlin, double llpped. lncle - llp IK i. milk boilers, tide han'l''. s"lsh' slw cup: IMPORT ED and "WEAR V. v:if brands I t c and plut I dun. i-tze OQn Choice OU ... ......-.-. -.-.-.".- . . .. J5.S3 Ovens. best Russian iron. 7 nicely lined; two I burner size. war-J ranted to he auick. 1 even baker k rous oi louec. Paper. "C1IAL- i LEGE brand; good grado perfo-1 rated stock; good . size rolls. No if more than six rolls J to a custo- Oi f mcr. Roll... i Sx Parlor Brooms. clean selected- stock, j well made. with I smooth handle; focxt strings; strongly T wired and "I Q J very durable. -I7lJ K.SS Oil Cook, i,,. of f mUa, Stoves, blue flame copper, h r v 1 1 yj odorless, smokeless, "?keIP,a,5 dt?T . , . tilld thS coffee by J and non-p!olvc: ' riauo,, 9.cup; 0K.....d .I.a ira I .1... ..klu' l. ! -VUl4 , ...- . O.V, UJ.b ranted when prop-ls"aht erlv c a r ,. d fori denta and CO QQ 'c arta tans.. cleaned. ip.Ol , 3t quality heav-yT , three-coated galva-? 51.53 Gas Stoves nlzl Iron strong T or Hot ?U;e,l bail handles and heav ntock. Hnel deep covers, nickel plat-M; tvTo-1 family siz burner size, war- 70c Rath ranted In every first quailt QQn nibbrick. M $1.69: siie l-"xM 29c? v,at I hea v ; 39cl I HPt l tinesi Imperial ? n a lit iuint d.i $12.98 I Be Thoroughly Posted on the Greek Pageant hifli begins tomorrow ntRht. by inn IniBinc; a copv of THE FIRE REGAINED By SIDN'li V M. HIRSCH The complete ilraniatlzntion, nith ctiinplrtr .synopsis of the p.iKeunt .imi chnr.icters m the drama. KA Our price, cop.v . "uu New Books Just Out nue of llreeti llnblcs. by L. M Mnnlgoiiic rv At Hie ilia Rose, l-.v A. C. . Mason o.er the Tas-. h rrcderlch I'nlmer Knim Jest to Lamest, by K r. ltd. I.m-t of the Dun'?, bv llunlet ' ir itock. A Copy, 50c Rook Sioie Raemenl t morrow tor ? 95c ! A tnblc suit able for porih or parlor ui-c. neat ly finished m golden oak or mahoRany. The size of the top is Hxlt! Inche. and the height JO inches. I. an ii Furniture Stoie till Floor. Tomorrow for Sl.SS You Can Buy This S3.00 I PORCH ROCKER I Known as the JCcvv Knglami ? Porch Rocker. t.i made of maple ? wood throughout. I- .v sl.il Iwiv. T heavy arm rest', double noven i seat. hlt;h back, and la very com- j fortaliie i Lawn Furniture Store-.Sril Floor ' ii ja iT ';..,, n ?t rs& . ?? Size T'i ft Gti.iranteed to slii-d vvalei and be proof iic.ui st itmuf w or rot atised b moUturc Thla tent is made o' he.iv khaki lias j-foot wall, fompleto with ropes. lulls, poles. Sl'ccinl S12.95 i $ 1 . 75 Center j Hre ut "le B!est Yours To- J Acmi)Ugut 1 aUieS morrow For ! Vo" tlave Evi'r Be-n Offered A $15 Waterproof TENT at $12.95 ff,.TJi"e ..- & Cor. 7th & K 1914-1916 Pa. Atc 233 Pa. Ave. S. E.