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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, JUNE 19: 1914. Gorgeous and Resplendent Raiment, Tight and Scant, Decreed for Vain Man's Adornment road having just been surfaced -five miles out of Bel Air. and being in good shape the entire distance.'" American Rjjles Landed For Irish Nationalists DUBLIN, Jun 19. Large quantities of rifles and ammunlUon were landed during the night on the Conrennra coast,. In the west of Ireland, for the nationalist volunteers. Torpedo boats have been ordered to patrol, the coast to prevent further gun-running. The rifles are said to be of the latest American pattern. SNAG OF TRUST BILL Senate Judiciary Committee Unable to Reach Agreement on Measure. F Electric Vehicle Association Will Be Addressed Next Thurs day by; Major Sylvester. LABOR PROVISIONS MOTORISTS TO MEET PI "Vtr"' '"&& Vrit nLw .mat. T ! FJ '" Sra? v CKVjUr "p - i-JF t J'yJCy'ki 1 4P(KsV9t IWm jla i iggHuPt -KVHBPmvi. One of the snags In the Clayton trust bill, which is giving much trouble to the Senate Judiciary Committee Is the provision relative to exemption cf labor organizations from the trust laws. The committee has reached no rgree ment The House provision is widely looked on as granting little to labor. Some denounce It as a sham. Admit tedly. It does nothing not already countenanced by the Federal courts. Few Senators share the optimism of Senator Overman that there win be a report from the committee- in a week. If the decks of the Senate are cleared bo that consideration of trust legisla tion can be begun soon after July 1, it will be doing as well as most members Tof tho Senate look for. The Indian bill has consumed much of this week and Is up -again today. Next week, the time is expected to be given over largely to the river and har bor bill to which there will be strong opposition on the floor of the Senate. Gone Is the Old-Style Derby; Its Successor is a Per fect Dream Peacock Purple for Shirts and "Ice man" Pink Startles Mere Woman, Who Seeks to Learn of Men's Styles. By FLORENCE E. YODER. Nature wfna. She knows that the male animal Is a vain creature, and has covered him with brilliant plum age. Is the peacock, that personifi cation of vanity a female" One says peacock Just like that, but dost know that hiding in the back ground is a drab and modest crea ture called the pea-hen7 Man is clever; he has a brain lucky creature! So he cunningly tries to hide the fact that he is the vain ex by laying It on the female. Besides, the modest carb enables him to bear -such a likeness to his fellou-man that recognition and ap prehension are difficult. .ll these many years he has robed his mate In gorgeous AND DISTINGUISHING colors, and has called her vain. But cery once in a while Mother Nature a:serts herself, and he tursts away from his own social laws. He completely lost his head In the six teenth century, and wore everything but the kitchen stove, and today yes, long suffering women, rejoice today he promises to array himself once more in those colors which i-tamp him unmistakably and irre vocably as the VAIN MALE. Confess now, don't you think he looks funny? With his hideous tight pants (whether he Is bow legged or not. mind you), and his stiff, uncomfortable, tlcht collar (which he hates in his soul, but Is too vain to discard because hl3 Adam's apple Is too big), and his narrow little waist, that makes him look like a will o' the wisp, and his high crowned stiff hat that makes him look life a reformed coachman? But he won't rebel he's too vain. He thinks he looks pretty, the fash Ion books say that it is the style; the shops sell the absurd garments, and he Is too VAIN. VAIN. VAIN to object. He hasn't even a sense of selection. The Fashion Leaders. His tailor says, putting a suit seven sizes too small on him, and crowning him with a hat that de pends upon his ears for Its equili brium, says, says he to Smith: "Smith, now you look smart. This is a classy suit. The lines of that coat are perfect. And this hat Is stunning, makes you look like ready money." And Smith, like a boob, grins all over himself and buys the stuff! All because he thinks he looks pretty! And they actually have the nerve to ray that "WOMAN Is a slave to fashion! Men fashion leaders are funny things. We women folks have our fashions planned out whole seasons and one half in advance. We knew the psychology of It. and can fore cast, but. when I went into one es tablishment on V street, the man ager acted as If I had asked his right name, and what he had had Wonderful Mixture of Red, and Blue, and Green, and Gray, With Patch Pockets and Huge Box and Bell Coats Are Fashion's Pronouncement For Fall. for breakfast He was cross and peevish and wouldn't tell mo a thing. It was all a great secret, too sacred for the ears of a mere female per son. . . Sidney H. Rclsensteln. proprietor of "the Mode" in F street, was very different. He reluctantly, but graci ously admitted that the material for next fall's suits would be In the main, green and granite. Now by granite cloth, a color-shot cloth Is meant. This means that there will be wonderful mixtures, red and blue and green and gray, and so forth and so on. mixed har moniously to"Tilend Into the most gorgeous tones! Ain't that nice? Sounds like a recipe for a spring tonic These resplendent materials will be made into clothes of Knsllsh cut. .scantier than ever, with patch pockets, and grab-me-qulck coats. Overcoats will be box effects, huge S K TO ROUND UP INCOME T AX DODGERS Internal Revenue Commission Asks Power to Investigate Delinquents. income tax returns ,or in ascertaining whether such returns should have.been made where no returns were flled and r i hall be law f ul for thB revenue agent to summon persons tailing to make re turns or who shall be considered to have made false and fraudulent re turns, or any other person having pos session, care, or custody of bogks of accounts containing entries relating to the business of such person or any other person, as he may deeih proper, to ap pear before him and produce such books at a time and place named, and to gle testimony or answer interroga tories under oath respecting the Income of himself or another person." An amendment to the income tax law propoting broader inquistorial powers or the Internal Revenue Commission, in investigating failure of persons, firms or associations to make returns under the law, or the making of fraudulent returns. Is recommended In a cnmraunl- atlon from the Treasury Department o Congress. The amendment is sug Keeted by Internal Revenue Commission er Osborne and Is attached as a note, to a deficiency estimate covering various iepartments as submitted by Secretary McAdoo. The amendment desired by the com mission would allow a probe not only f the affairs of individual tax dodgers, but would enable the revenue agents o examine the records of those be lieved to hold moneys and income be longing to others. The language sug gested is as follows: "All corporations, joint stock com panies, or associations, and Insurance companies, shall, upon request of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue fur- tsh information as to the names of persons owning shares of stock, com rron or preferred, or both, in tuch .ompanies or organizations, the amount of dividends paid to each of such shareholders for any given period and men other Information as may be ncc ersary or desirable In connection with he administration of the income tax law. ' Every company or association, as above described and every individual ...Wi...A . a L.A I.. .. i . . In., . II ..leys permit free access to all books, papers, ! records, and securities eK every kind, I no matter where or how kept, whether! ror itseir, himself, or ror anotner, Dy any revenue agent or Inspector cm ployed for the purpose of Investigating East Washington Citizens to Form Permanent Body To effect a permanent organisation, there will fce a meeting of the Hast Washington Civic Association tomorrow night at WhlthafTs hall. 204 b street southeast. The association will be non partisan and will be affiliated with no church. H. F. Lowe, principal of the Lenox School haa been elected tempo rary chairman, and Ashby Jump tem porary secretary and treasurer. At this meeting a constitution and bylaws will ba reportre.1 bv the oganlzatlon com mittee, of which Matthew E. 0Blen is chairman RATE RULING JULY 3 IS LATEST REPORT Decision on Plea for Five Per Cent Increase Not Expected For at Least a Week. Postponement of the Interstate. Com merce Commission's decision in the 6 per cent railroad rate Increase advance, cases was generally predicted In traf fic circles here today. It was reported, from apparently authentic sources, that the long-awaited decision, scheduled for tomorrow, would be held up at least another week. All sorts of rumors regarding the time of handing down the decision were afloat here today. One report was that the decision would be postponed until July 3, after the close of the stock market, so that brokers could study and digest the full foice of the findings over the "Fourth" and the following Sunday, while the market was closed for the week-end holiday. In this con nection It was pointed out, however, that the London market and Paris and Berlin bourses, not observing the Amer ican holiday, would get the brunt of the decision In abbreviated form, with a possible hammering of American stocks without support here. Still another report current today was that the commission might give only a partial decision and postpone final action until after the effect of bumper crops on railroad revenues this fall could be gauged. AH of the reports and rumors were without confirmation by the commis sion, which has steadfastly refued to indicate the "when, what or why" of its decision. affairs, sort of a bell affair, I CICU. rath- CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Us For Ovr 30 Years Always bears the Signature of QSft &t FRIEOLANDER BROS., 428 Ninth St. STANDISH ftiL. Ei&Ea. AbLiM We're Busy Closing Out Seigel & Co.'s at 33c Bankrupt Stock on the Dollar Arrow COLLARafor CnuttPeboay&CoJn& Makrrs Men's Light Weight Clothing Men's Silk Alpacas, $6 values $2.48 Men's Mohair Coats in all shades and colors; S6.50 values $2.89 Men's Si. 50 White Duck Pants 95c Men's Sl.50 Khaki Pants 89c MEN'S SUITS Men's S12.50 Suits $5.75 I Men's S15.00 Suits $7.50 Men's $18.00 Suits $8.75 I Men's S20.00 Suits $9.90 Men's $25.00 Suits $11.50 Palm Beach Suits, $12.50 values $4.90 Linen Suits, $6 values $2.98 Men's Black Alpacas; fast color; $4 values $1.69 Men's Flannel Trousers, in neat stripe designs. Values up to $8.50 $3.85 Hats? Perfect Dreams. The collars of the overcoats will be hi beautiful contrasting colors of velvet. (They're coming to It! Those colors mean something.) Then the hats! They are going re be green, according to Mr. Relren steln. The derby, he said sadly. Is not so popular: its reign Is on the wane. (Note that-black derbies no longer highly acceptable by Beau Brummels.) What derbies there are will be flvo and one-half Inches high, with short brims, one and seven-eighths Inches wide. (Get a piece of card board and make one. They ar dreams!) He said to be sure to mention the exact measurements of the derbies, because that was very Interesting. He did not offer to show me any men's wear, but I could see lota of it In the windows. It's all very loud, very noisy. A soft of "Ice man" pink is a great favorite, and purple, royal peacock purple. Is seen on ecrv hand, and bosom, and shirt tail! Young man. sleep well, eat well this summer, for the clothes are go ing to be tighter, yea! even than the paper on the wall. Even If you do laugh and Joke .over our bustles, ur silt skirts, and our silly fash Ions, and call us vain. It Is a far more pertinent and personal slight for us to laugh at your vanities which neither hide nor cover at all! By HASKT WARD. Members of the Washington secties of the Electric 'Vehicle Association of America, are looking forward with in .terest to their monthly -meeting next Thursday night. The -roof garden of the Potomac Electric Power Company will be the scene of the meeting, and several Interesting features will be pro vided. Major Richard Sylvester will give an address on the new traffic regulations, and "Walter Metz, 'of the Government PrlnUng Office, will read a paper on "Electric Truck Operation." Several reels of moUon pictures will be shown, and a buffet supper will be served. Charles M. Marsh, secretary of the association, is arranging; for the affair. - ... "Touring north from Washington re cently I found first class roads as far as Towson. Md., and a few miles be yond," said George P. Whittlesey. Tor some twelve or fourteen miles the road was rough going, by way of Cock Raven and Glen Arm. becoming good again about two miles this side of Bel Air. The best route from Bel Air to Havre de Grace Is via Aberdeen, the USE POSLAM FOR RAW AND . ITCHING SKIN Poslam will show you quickly, even overnight, how greatly it will benefit your skin trouble. Itching stops as soon as it U spread on the skin. The burning surface is comforted and .paci fied. Healing is rapid. Improvement be ing noted day by day. Eczema is controlled by Poslam and all lta ugly manifestations driven away. Pimples. Acne. Barbers' Itch. Scalp Scale. Bashes and all surface disorders yield to Poslam as to .nothing else. Alt druggists sell Poslanu. For free sample, write to Eaoergency Labora tories, 33 West 3th Street. New York. Poslam Soap keep the skin in healt&y condition. Improves. BeMtifles. Lay size, 25 cents; Toilet size, 15 cents- BANK CLERKS' OUTING Friday, June 26th . -- The most exclu sive exemion event of the season. -- The steamers St. Johns and Charles Macalester ,h a v e been chartered sole ly for this occasion. -- SBBBBBBBBBBBlh. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa HBJBBshbSJBBBEBBBBBBBBBBBl gjuijgBSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBnMKjMBai Boats leave fros both piers at 6:45 P.M. i MUSIG AND DANCING ' ATTRACTIVE SOUVENIRS FREE TICKETS Will Be Given Readers of. teWitfhtiwfon mitjs See Sunday's Times for Particulars aiHHBflHaHBflaSBiHHHaVia , i SHS " ' ' i MM fc iracrfl 100 Men's All-wool Guaranteed American Blue Serge Suits, absolute f I f fast color. $20 and $25 values 3)llaUl I Silk Shirts $1.15 $3.50 Values Friedlander Bros. 428 9th MEN'S and BOYS OUTFITTERS MEN'S and BOYS' OUTFITTERS rF Wsderfl ViIms li Children's Suits 33c on the Dallar ON THE 0 mc m wjai trrx7 nstiuMm vb? ennn eTi'raxrc s?AT M.MM.MU .UU1MJC M? WWT VUVAUUtl V.UA. POSIUVIIY THE LAST WEEK w FACTORY SALE OF- Kscrfi ON THB 1 HIGH-GRADE CLOTHES 'FROM A PROMINENT MANUFACTURER' NOW SELLING HERE AT HALF PRICE TBI. SENSATIONAL. BARGAIN EVENT U made posalble taronsa our SPOT CASH prcaaae from fraa inent maamfactarcr wl vraa arcatlr oreratocked, and accepted oar LOW OFFER. We are obllsred to elimi nate the maker's une fram prist, bat when yen aee the label la the clothes, yon will recognise their Standard and prominence. A look will convince the moat aceptlcalt Yon will find a moat beautiful collection to choose from. We can fit men of all proportions. Everr purchase backed up with our broad and liberal guarantee of satisfaction or "MOXEY BACK OX DEMAND." Men's and Young Men's Suits at 50c on the Sl.00 i $15.00 Men's and Young Men's High Grade Hand TailoredSuits Of lie Wonted. Also fast color sersrest a wide raasre to select from. A at for all. Sale price $25.00 High Grade Cus tom Tailored Men's and Young Men's SUITS Of fine Imported wool ens, ultra and conierr ntlve models. Beauti ful collection of the minute fabrics. Sale price May Help If You Have Tuberculosis Proper diet, fresh sir and temperaje habits aid persons suffering from. Tu berculosis. Often more la seeded. Re ports show that Eckmaa'a Alterattvs has brought about. many recoveries. Read what it did in this case: Madison Lab. '"pw "Qentlamen -In December. 1988, 1 -wu taksn with betnorrhaces of the luass. which con fined ma sarcral weeks, each time to my bed. Sly doctor advised me to go West. la XoTsmber I started for Denvw, Oat. Attar my arrival I mt Mlctiaal Brody. who. cpoo learning; of my condition, urged me to taXa socman a Alterative. I sept on nwr the medlcme and Improved fast. In March, laa I rsturned home. I am entirely well, bar a sood appetite and sleep well. 'When I left Dener my weight was 130 pound. I now weigh Its. my normal weight. I thank Qod and your Alterative for my health." (Abbreviated.) (Affidavit.) PATH, I. PASNACHT. T?rlrrr!t, Alterative t vn Afff- t clous in bronchial catarrh and severe throat ana lun? atrectlons and upbuild lnp the system. Contains no harmful or habit-forming drugs- Accept so sub stitutes. Sold br O'Donnell's Drus Stores and leading' druggists. Write rckroan Laboratory. PhiloUelpria, Pa., for booklet of recoveries. Advt- $20.00 Men's and Young Men's High-. Grade Hand Tailored Suits Of flaeat all wool ma terials) neweat crea t loan claaaleat models in Ensllah Patch rock ets, hale price $30.00 High Grade Cus tom Tailored Men's and Toung Men's SUITS Of the moat ezclnaive Imported woolens In the richest dralxas. models to suit the moat discriminating;. Sale price TO) BIG SALE 92.00 Men's I'aata, neat patterns, Oil ixea. Sale nrlre 3.00 Men's Pants, line worsted cashmeres. Sale price nd OF $1.15 $1.50 MEN'S P A.NTS 4.00 Men's Pnnts, fast color aerjcea frl QQ and worsteds. Sole price tUX.ttJ $3.00 Men's Pants, all-wool worsteds CJO AO and serges. Sale price v.-x Q9QQ 0.00 Men's Pants, hlgh-irrade Imported worsteds. Sale price - VJdfj FREE $3 Straw Hat To Every Cus tomer Parch au las: a 1S.IK Salt MAX DAVID 709 Seventh Street Northwest "Money slack m Demand" FREE $2 Straw Hat To Every Cus tomer Purchaa lar a 9120 Suit "ama"5 11 I QCw There's no special place for Spotless Cleanser. It works everywhere, quickly, surely, eas ily. It cleans aluminum ware, pots, pans, greasy kettles, scours knives, cleans sinks, polishes silver, makes tOeslook like new. It shines lamps, brightens enam eled beds. Won't harm the skin. SPOTLESS CLEANSER No Adds No Caustic comes in the big economy sifter top can and costs a 5 t nickelinsteadof a dime. CYout grocer sells it because it's good. Buy it and try it- You'll be back for more.