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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY, JTJLY 26; 1914.
SUIIER DWELLINGS STARTED Mout $5,000,000 Due to Be Spent by Various Orders for Homes at Brookland. A unlaue community has been started the District with the breaking of ound. near the Catholic University, r the erection ol residences (or the sters of St. Marv. of Lockport. N. Y., id another for the Sisters of Divine ovidence. of San Antonio. Tex. These r -sldences are belntr constructed for the r -uoat!on of those who attend the f mmer school of the Catholic Unl- xorslty. In the future. It Is esUmated t at everv one of the twenty-five or nlrtv orders of nuns who attend the f hool will soon start to build houses f r their members attendlnc the sum- rter school. When the vlllace Is completed, it is estimated that It will represent in lm- rovementsmore than J5.000.000. It will jver a tract of fiftv-seven acres, and o-ill accommodate about 2.000 student uns. The site touches the Catholic Uni ?rslty on the northeast, and Is sepa ' ated from It bv the Melropolltan I anch of the Raltlmore and Ohio rail road. The nroDosed Drolectlon of the McMillan boulevard would run along he northern border of the grounds, and 'he Sisters' Collce cmunds would bound on tha smith Spanish mission architecture will pre- -11 in the construction of the resl- o-nces. while the Italian renaissance full be the tvoe used for tne main ana academic hulldlncs bv the architects, I V. llnrohy and "IV. B. Olmstcad. Mrs. Marie Tudor Garland Green, Who Married "Only for Love," Seeks Divorce. BOSTON, July 26. Although it was t two years ago that she gave up e Income from an estate of JJO.000, 0 left her by her first husband, de faring she was doing it for "love," Mrs. Marie Tudor Garland Green now s seeking divorce from the man she carried at that time. He is Francis Green, xf New York, who was su erlntendent of the big estates of James Garland, the former husband of Mrs. Green, at Bourne. I am marrying for love; money Isn't everything, and love Is or pretty nearly everything" Mrs. Green Is quoted as saying Just before her -wedding at the Buzzards Bay estate in 1312. The ceremony was performed with a tew relatives and the five chil- ren of Mrs. Green present. A statutory offense 13 alleged In her vorce libel. The case will tm to 'al In September. Green is in New ' rk. wnere he has been since return s' from Europe, where the couplo ''nt on their honeymoon trip. The alleged infidelity is said to have ken place in Skindle's Hotel. Berks anty, England, on May 23 of this ar. Romance has taken strange twists the life of Mrs. Green. After mar- ''nr her first husband. James A. nrland of Brookllne. in 1S3. she ob- ned a divorce from him in 1901 for 'Idelltv. alter one of the most sen tlonal trials in the local divorce ree ls Three vears later. In 1904, she married Garland, and they lived hap v until his death. tti his will Garrand cave the ta me of his estate to his widow, which if-e was to have Dermanently. unless married asrain. in wmch case most it reverted to their five children. Tn SDlte of this her weddlnc to Green lowed, and it was understood to be conuine love match. Both declared "v intended to spend their lives in ie aulet home atmosphere of the urne estate. This thev did for a me. but one dav they sailed for Eu- Thev did not return tocether. Mrs Green was Miss Mary Tudor, - sister of Frederick Tudor of Need am. before her marrlaee to Garland, er sisters Tiro Mrs. lrederick C. Con rse of Wei od- Mrs. W. Sterling jnress of Marblehead. and Mrs. Ed ard W Blade. Green was a llfelone friend of the oman he married. He was the son " Commander Francis M. Green. 17. ' P N . now dead. 1 ord Kitchener's Niece Is Militant Firebrand TR, Scotland July 25. The police - e learned that the suffragist sus- ted of attempting to blow up Robert urns' b'rthplacp Is Janet Parker, a ece of Lord Kitchener. CAPITOL HEIGHTS. A larce crowd attended the breaking ' the cround at Crystal Spring and awrence avenues, for the Christian nurch. An address was made bv the "V A Lee. and on the Invitation of e board of trustees of the new irch Mrs. A H. Lee due the first oadeful of dirt, inaugurating the rlr The mayor and common council of apltol Helchts has appointed G. A. dams building inspector and road su--rvisor for the municioality. L. J. Fletcher, who recently was crated upon In a Washington hos tal, is still confined to his home 're but is reported to be gradually gaining his lost health. MT. RAINIER. Governor Goldsborough has ap olnted Robert Ei Potts a Justice of ie p-ace for Chillum district. I'xainers appointed by the county mmi. goners to investigate the eed ot the road petitioned for by cer In property owners, commencing at hlrty-elghth and Newton streets and nnlng to the Washington-Baltimore mlevard at Cottage City, will meet ugust 11 to hear intereetej parties. Willard Webb, who has been visit ng his grandmother. Mrs. Jan Webb. "t White Plnes. Tenn.. for several Treks, Is now ill with typhoid fever, nd his father, T. C. Webb, has left r the bedside of the lad. Mt Rainier Lodge, No. IB6, I. O O. . is to give an outing at Marshall all Tuesday. Tho fourth annual carnival of Mt italnler will begin Labor Day. SPURNED RICHES FOR IN Mill SUES New Date Will Aid Over-Ocean Flight Porte and Curtiss Emphasize Fact That Postpone ment to October Does Not Mean That Attempt to Cross Atlantic Will Be Abandoned. Postponement of the attempt to cross the Atlantic in the airboat America until October 1 does not mean that the flight will be abandoned. Both Lieut. John Cyril Porte, who is to pilot the America, and Glenn H. Curtiss, her builder, are emphatic on this point in interviews at Ham mondsport, N. Y. Curtiss, especially, made it clear that delays in completing the construction of the America alone forced him to abandon the attempt to send the machine away on its -flight in August. to the postponement, but decided it was necessary to do justice to the craft and Lieutenant Porte. POSTPONED, BUT NOT ABANDONED. Lieutenant Porte said after the de cision was made: "Time has overtaken us. The cumu lative, but to be expected, delays in completing the construction of the America led her builder td take the situation into his own hands and an nounce that he would not attempt long er to have the airboat ready for ship ment to Newfoundland, next Saturday. This compels the postponement of the trans-Atlantic filffht until October, but I cannot impress too strongly that there j Is no Intention of abandoning tnc mgm this year. "It Is a bitter disappointment to all of lis. but I concur In Mr. Curtiss' opin ion, and I can only express my appre ciation of his motives In taking this stand, for there is no doubt we could not have got tho machln-s away for flight in August with conscientious re gard for all the factors essential to success. Forte Increases Chances. "By postponing the flight we shall greatly increase the chances o win ning, because, by rebuilding the bot tom of the hull, the results of a month's experiments can be embodied In the reconstructlou "We agreed, after reckoning up the results of last night's fuel tests, that the third engine would better be elimi nated for fuel economy. "With the time now available for rebuilding. Mr. Curtiss -believes the hull can be con structed so that the full transatlantic load can be lifted out of the water with twn engines tuned UD to maximum efficiency. He announced last night that he plans to have the hull rebuilt nnrt rondv ror trial in anomer lorxnisnv. I For this work the America will be dis mantled and the hull taken rrom me aviation field to the Curtiss shops. ' Hull Damaged in Trials. In announcing the postponement Glenn Curtiss said- "In view of the enforced delays. I think It best we should discontinue our rnVirtn tn rush the America to com pletion for shipment on August 1. By making a hasty Job of It this might be possible, but I do not think It would be fair to Lieutenant Porte or to tho machine. During the last tnree weens of experimental work the hull has been subjected to much rough handling and has suffered to such an extent that I think the bottom should be entirely re built. If we have time to do this prop erlv we can incorporate Improvements suggested by the numerous hydroplane experiments and greatly improve the craft In several important details. "Tt Rpoms to me foolhardy to Jeopar dize the success of the trans-Atlantic attempt by starting out with any less than the most nearly perfect machine we can turn out. and. In. view of the t fact that Lieutenant Porte does not wish to start from Newfoundland be ! tween August 10 and October 1. I ad vised postponing the start until tne lat ter date. 1 was giaa to nna inai lieu tenant Porte agreed to the postpone ment. . Change Aids Porte. "In mv opinion the weather condi tions will be even better In October, HYATTSVILLE. C. D. Claxton. United States com missioner of education, will be among the speakers at the Country Life Con ference for Maryland Ministers, to be held at the Maryland Agricultural Col lege on August 4. 5 and 6. Mr. Claxton will take the plac on the program for Thursday, August 6. formerly as signed to Wlllet M. Hays, and he will have as his topic. "Education for the Country." Eighty 'Jergymen have in dicated their Intention to attend the sessions. Some of the topics to be dis cussed are: "The Disregard for Re ligion Non-attendance." "Weakpning and Desertion of Many Former' Flour ishing Churches," "The Deadnes3 of Community Life."' "The Dearth of So cial Opportunities." "The Absence of Organized Play and Athletics," ".Monotony. Lonij Hours, Hard Work and Isolation Cause Country Life to be Hopeless and Vlslonless." "Sordldneis ot Life of Womankind In Some Com munities," and "Overchurchlng and Poor Financing." Company F, of the State Guard, will leave tomorrow morning, for Its an nual tour of duty at tho State rllle range at Saundef's Grove, in Anne Arundle county. The company will bi under the command of First Lieut. Ernest E. Kennard. because of the ab sence of Capt O. A. Greager at the bedside of his father in New Hamp shire. J. Archie McFarland, of Maryland aenle is confined at a Washington hospital suffering with stomach trouble. The Sunday School of the Flrat Bap tist Church will hold Its annual picnic next Saturday. News of the death -of Mrs James Kelly Argo. wife of the former pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of this place, has Just been received here. Mrs. Argo died at the home of her daughter at Chicago Junction. Ohio, nnd the funeral took place on July 17. interment being in the church yard at Lamartime. Pa., She is survived by her husband, two daughters and one wn. Mrs. Wllen Easter-lay. of Pittsbuigh. is spending several weeks with her mother, Mrs. Janey B. Coates. Pythians Going to Canada. T. A. Bynum and Albert Kahlert, su preme representatives, and Edward Dunn, past supreme chancellor, will leave Washington next Saturday to represent the District at the biennial meeting of the Supreme Lodge. Knights of Pythias, which opens nt Winnipeg. Manitoba, August 4. The metlng will bonsldcr, among other legislative mat ters, the question of reducing the age limit for admission from twenty-one years to eighteen yeirs. He was reluctant to submit and there is nothlnc to lose and evcry- thlnsr to caln. "Had we persisted In starting in Ann-list, as nriirinallv planned, we- wouid have had to have added con siderable weleht to the weakened hull t make it safe in a rsugh ssa. e much nrefer to rebuild the bottom of the boat and add to the planing fins at the same time. ... "We have been able to get up wn the necessarv loads. The last flight In dicates that It will be much more economical In recard to fuel consump tion to run the third engine throttled than to carry one dead. "We shall make some further tests with fuel consumDtion after the boat has been completed. "All In all the chances In favor of Lieutenant Porte's successful crossing of the Atlantic are creatlv increased by the chance in the salllne date." Aero Club Thinks Change In Date of Flight Wise There was almost rejoicing at the Aero Club of America when a report er gave the members gathered in the club house in Madison avenue the in formation that the America's flight had been postponed until October. The general opinion of those present was: "Postponement means success." "Why not October?" said. Alan R. Hawley, the club president, enthus iastically. "All balloon races are held in October. I have been in the air forty-six hours in a balloon in .Oc tober and several times more than twenty-four hours. We could con stantly see something beneath us. Of course, October Is Ideal for ballooning because the air Is cool and the gas does not become heated, but I can see no reason why it snoum no ," """ time for a long aeroplane flight too. "Those closely connected with tne project fully share Lleuteenant Porte s Eellef In the practicability of making the flight In October. While somewhat anxious at first about the longer rdghts. the- realized that that could not have any effect on the lieutenant, who, as a submarine officer, had to face a continuous night under water under conditions much more trying to mind arid body Jthan piloting an aeroplane over the water. . "Then, of course, the postponement will give nore time to perfect the plans which already arc very substantial. "The postponement itself is an ex pression of success." said Henry Wood house, member of the Marine Flying and Public Safety Committee of the "It demonstrates how thoroughly those connnectcd with this project have gone into the problems Involved and with wise cautiousness work to solve the problems, and cannot be Influenced by impatient critics who, not realizing that the flight across the Atlantic will be an epoch-marking event, as impor tant sociologically and economically as the trip of Columbus which led to the discovery of this continent, cannot un derstand the wisdom of postponing un til the plans are completed." ROCKVILLE. The annual convention of the Sunday schools of Montgomery county will be held at Washington Grove next Thurs day. Mornlnc and afternoon sessions will be held, and amontr the speakers will be the Rev. Frank M. Richardson, of Rockvllle: the Rev. John E. Fort, of Lavtonsyllle: the Rev. B. W. KIndlcy, and Miss Wilson, of Baltimore. William J. Corrlck. of Kensington, and Miss Gertrude Printz. of Washing ton, were married at Middletown, Md.. a few days ago. Funeral services for John T. Kelly, one of the oldest residents of this county, who died at his home near Darnestown Thursday nlcht aced eighty-five years, were held at 11 o'clock this mornlnjj at the Presbvterlan Church at Darnes town. Burial was In the cemetery near the church. At the annual election of officers of the Montgomery County Federation of Home and School Associations, the fol lowing were chosen: President. Eugene E. Stevens, of Chevy Chase: vice presi dents. Mrs. .losiah W Jones, and H. W. Fisk: secretary. Mrs. H. S. parsons- treasurer. Charles H. Becker; executive committee, the officers and Mrs. Frederick Keplinger. Mrs. J. Ross Thompson. Mrs. S. P. Brooke, Messrs. Homer Guerry. C. E. Roach. J. J. Ober lln. James G. Gurlev. and Henry How ard The annual festival and tournament for the benefit of historic St John's Catholic Church, at Forest Glen, will be held In the grove adjoining St. John's Church next Wednesday. The tournament, which will be held In .the afternoon and nartlclpated In bv some of the best riders In this section of the country, will be conducted by Douglass M. Blandford. Mr. and Mrs Emory H. Bogley and her dauchter have returned to their home at Friendshln Helchts after spending two weeks at Atlantic City. Prof, and Mrs. William W. Skinner and their dauchte'r have returned to Kenslntrton after a soiourn of two weeks at Ocean f"Itv. Md. Miss .ToseDhlnc Demoss. of Indiana polls. Is a ruest at the home of Mayor and Mrs. Leo Offutt. Prominent Republicans from all parts of the coiuitv attended a conference here vesterdav afternoon. Conditions In the county as affcctlne party prospects were discussed, and the general opinion was that the future aUEurs well for the oartv. It was nlanned to carefully look after the new registration soon to be held and to make an old-time cam paign this fall. The conference was ureslded over by C Scott Duvall. chair man of the county committee. REINSTATE VEEDER El House Naval Board Denounces Officer's Plucking in 1910 as "Unfair." Denouncing the "plucking" of Com modore T. E. De Witt Veeder, in 1910, as unfair and discriminatory, the House Naval Committee has Just filed a report showing tho officer's record was flaw less, while several other officers, whose records would not bear too close in vestigation, were not only retained in service, but were promoted. The report was prepared by Con gressman Withcrspoon of Mississippi and recommends to the House that the bill for Veeder's reinstatement to the active list of the navy bo passed. The report says Veeder's retirement was a loss to the navy. Commodore Veeder's caso was passed on favorably by both the House and Senate In a previous Congress, but at the solicita tion of influential officers of the navy, according to'evldenco before the Naval Affairs Committee, the bill for his re instatement was vetoed. The report further declares the law was not followed In the plucking of Commodore Veeder, In that Instead of examining 700 records, only 100 wcro ex. amincd by the board. It is said the of ficer was traded "excellent" 137 times out of 237: "very good" thirty-five times, and "good" seven times, and he had never been marked with anything lower than "good," although there are- two lower marks which might have been used In reporting him. Tho report con r.lnrtes: "The retirement of Commodore Veeder was a distinct Injury to the efficiency of the navy, and on account of the In justice to Commodore Veeder himself, as well as the injury to the efficiency of the service, which now lacks hun dreds of officers to man the ships we have, the committee came to the con- cluslon that the bill stiould be passed." Rites Tomorrow for Mrs. Mary B. Callahan Funeral services for Mrs. Mary B. Callahan, who died at the home of her son, D. J. Callahan, 130S Euclid street northwest, 'Friday, will he held tomor row at 9 o'clock at St. Paul's Church, where requiem mass will be Fung. The pallbearers will be N. II. Shea. M. J. Kcane. P. J. Nee, Col. John T. Calla han. E. B Bowling, and Mr. Drain. In terment will be at ML Olivet Cemetery. 39c Boys' Khaki Pants 22c Well made, perfect fitting bloomer pants of strong. durable army khaki cloth; for boys 5 to 14 OOf years lu $5.00 to $6.00 Boys' Cloth Suits Choice of finest wool cloth fancy striped Suits In Norfolk or double-breasted styles; 6 to 16 $2.99 years wmw C3c and $1.00 Boys Wash Suits, all QQrt styles yL 50c Ladies1 1 Madras Waists Women's Ladles OlacK ana white striped madras Waists. Round col lar, slope shoulder, perfect - fitting Orr waist All sizes. UOs COIITTE SISTS Hi J ihwvn sv ft if BIGGEST DRESS GOODS AND DOMESTIC J-V-.c lflai-k nnil White AmuIuk- Strlpe ORGANDIES 8c Apron Ginghams Slandard-grade absolutely fast color Apron Gingham In a nice assortment of checks and colors. To be here Monday, tl.e wide awning stripe, as well a? nai rowcr width stripes in very popular w ash fabrics; yard. 8ic 4k $1 Long Crepe Kimonos Women's full length, full - cut, well-made Kimo nos, of fine qual ity light and dark oriental and flow ered patterns. French crepe. Fancy bordered fronts, collars, and -r 55c. JSi' IMrnted ItllfflillK. White and ecru shadow lace and neat pleated ruff llngs, several widths. 9c Clle CurielH. Cool. light Weight corsets, new low bust, long model styles, w 1 1 h supporters, all sizes. 39c Experts on Food Denounce Anti-Fat Remedies Fat folks hearken. This is an official "How to Shed Avoirdupois," from the Department of Agriculture. It Is based on a series of tests con ducted by the department on Its fat employes, and Is a slap at a great volume of obesity "remedies" on the American market. This official declaration of "fat ness" or "thinness" whichever you wish to call it accuses the manu facturers of the leading fat-reducing-cures of using an old trick dressed up in new clothes, to deceive fat people into spending money for "worthless and dangerous prepara tions." Ah! and it Is vanity which causes the portly to have inclination to leave the ranks of the avoirdupois. The Government's authorities jay bo. They declare, that vanity, and, .in a few instances, the business necessi ties of those who become co fat that they can no longer do their work efficiently, are respon?Ifclo for the sale of anti-fat "cures." Driven to Act. Distracted Helens of Avoirdupois and males of Inflated aspect simply drovo the Department of Agriculture to experimentation. As the layers of fat increased on the frames of the despairing ones, they made the au thorities of tho department njeer able. Hourly the malls brought scores of inquiries, "How can I re duce?" and "Is this medicine adver- i nnv used any goodr Finally the worry became unbear able for the Government officials. A series of tests were begun with a number of the remedies adver tised by the anti-fat agents. Em ployes of the department who were covered with more flesh than neces sary were taken as subjects. One of tho most widely adver tised prescriptions for reducing flesh was tried for a period of six months. The result was that two of the subjects under experimenta tion wero obliged to stop after -taking the medicine for two or three weeks because of its injurious ef fects. And this probably Is more disheartening to hear the third sub ject gained two and one-half pounds instead of losing flesh. Ate No Butter. Another of tho so-called remedies was tried. The subject scrupulously followed the diet list which ac companied Vhls remedy and faith fully carried out th system of ex ercises recommended. After six months' treatment there was a re duction of eighteen pounds of flesh. B"Wbere Year Dollars CoQBt Most" EHRENDO 720-722-724 7thSt.N.W. $1.25 and $1.69 Fine Organdie C(r WAISTS 9" Dainty Waists, made of fine im ported French organdie; three pretty styles, including silk embroidered front panels with organdie collar and cuffs and fine tucked waists, b9c. $2.00 Silk Waists, 89c Newest Pleated Collar Waist of fine quality tub silk that washes beautifully. Fagot sewed drop shoul der, sleeves, and elastic OQ hntfnns $2 White Ratine Skirts 79 splendid quality, white Rntlne Skirts, with heavy nub finish. Very prettily modeled. High waist line, oversklrt model. Button front. All size waistline and lengths. 10c English Longdoth Very superior quality nice, soft, smooth chamois - finish English Long cloth, entirely free of dressing; piece. 8c 39-ln. Wide Un bleached Cotton Extra wide, good quality, fine, even-thread Unbleached Cot ton; bleaches In a very short time; the wide width makes it very desirable for sheeting pur poses. 69c 4c 2 Great Summer Dress Values $2.98 & $3.98 M 77 Dresses ... ' ' ' Handsome awning stripe batiste and plain shades Union Linen Dresses, made In the new raglan sleeve, lace yoke or organdlo vest, collar and cuff style; wom en's and misses' sizes, for $1.77. $7.50 & $5 Dresses . . $2.95 Exqulsltlvcly made dresses of expensive white corded rice cloth, stylish satin vestee style with raginn alcoves; lnce trimmed oversklrt and richly trimmed bodice 2.95. -r ..-, I.nillm' Itllilx-il 1'ant. Bleached rib fa c d knee length pants, trimmed with lace; made with shuped .French band. -."Ie MenM Uliderticur. Cool, com fortablo knee length drawers and athletic sleeveless shirts. All sizes. 17c 14c but this the experimenters attribute' to the fact that the subject ate no bread, butter, starchy 'food, pastry, sugar or candy while under observa tion. The first month after dis continuing the treatment tho subject gained ten pounds, and in three months was back to the original weight recorded at the beginning of the treatment Exploited to Fool People. "No other class of preparations exploited to humbug the people lias a wider sale," says a circular issued on the subject by the department "and in nearly every Instance they are absolutely worthless. In many cases where patients sftm to lose, weight this' result is attributed to the. hot baths and the diet and exer cises recommended as an' accompani ment In taking the medicine. "The only ways that the depart ment's specialists know of safely reducing flesh are rigid dieting and . strenuous exercise, ard those to be effective must be continued over a long period of time. The fat-reducing patient must eliminate from his diet fats,, starchy foods, and sugar. In many cases It is not wise because of other physical conditions for fat people to attempt any rapid reduc tion in weight As a general rule, diet and exercise are best directed by a skilled physician. Loss of flesh Is by no means a blessing' If accom panied bv loss of health, energy, or strength.' Success of New Club Elates Its Organizers Members of Congress and others among the organizers of the Lord Bal timore Country Club recently opened at Rlverdale, Md., express themselves as gratified at the success of the project The clubhouse is the old Calvert man sion, which was erected by the second Lord Baltimore early In the eighteenth century. The estate has been in the Pickford family for years, unoccupied except for an occasional short period, and had been allowed to deteriorate to an alarm ing degree when the organizers of the new club flrst inspected it and -realized the opportunity afforded there for an Imposing club estate. They bought the houso and grounds and turned loose an array of painters, decorators, and renovators, and tho results of their handiwork are seen on every side. Tho clubhouse is within three blocks of 'the City and Suburban car line and four blocks from the Washington-Baltimore pike. 25c & 29c EJ Burson Seamless Hose 12'c Lightweight Cno lisle and cotton famous "Burson" ttzko Hose. The only seamless, full-fashioned, perfect fitting stocking, with out a seam; aday6.3:.. 12'2C 25o Woman's Pure Silk Hosiiry All colors an black: seamed back; high spliced heels; " extra fine quality. 15c Baby's lace and lisle black ,.3c J S yi r 75c 45-In. Wlda Embroldirad Voili Very heavily em broidered fine French voiles, in beautiful designs, with the much desired scal loped edge; all full 45 Inches wide, QC yard OdC r VALUES OF THE DAY 1ic nil-lnph White Blue Chambray Unquestionably the biggest val ue ever offered In this town: full 36-inch wide Bluo Chambray, suitable for dresses, waists, men's shirts, or any dress appar 45c Single Bed Sheets Single - bed Bleached Seam less Sheets, made of good, servlee able sheeting muslin; nice fin ish; 3-Inch horn, 29c el. 6ic T $1 While P. rrr ( K. Skirts. 0 JltiTVi Women's and "ft Misses' Dress 12 Skirts, made of ft j V fine qualityll K heavyweight P. jl y U4? K.; two pretty Yf 'rf if styles, one hav- w J ff ing the peplum ) m if overskirt, the A jj other pearl but- , Jl ton fronts and & jn high waist fcl bands; all hj lengths, for 55c. " I 3!lc Women' Miuri Mtlrls. Women's short skirts with em broidered Swiss tlounce or hem stitched hem med flounce. Made of splen did quality enm brlc. Finished with French bands, 22C lite I.ncr-Trlm- la'il Coriet t'o cr. French covers of good soft cambric, trim med with Valen ciennes lace at neck and arm holes. All sizes. lie ' TRUST BILLS CAUSE- -SEHATE TO HASTEN Body Will Convene an Hour Earlier Than Usual Tomor row, by Agreement.. The Senate will meet at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning, an hour earlier than -usual, and will transact the usual rou tine mornlno- business before going; ahead with the trust urogram. This was decided last evening, after contest In executive session over the cmestlon of whether to recess or to ad journ. Those in favor of pushing tho ISS OLD DUTCH f3b B MARKET MI k specials m jffflonday-Tuesday-WedneSuayii: 30c?:rck NEW POTATOES &k Lemons SvSf. 10c 15CS WATERMELONS S45c Butter S3 SL 31c Smoked Picnics Per lb 15c Corned Shoulders Per lb . 14c Bacon 24c Machine Sliced, per lb. 20cEHSMOKEDHAMSHL'r20 Sioalder Spring Lasb Cfops 9H Per Lb HAjV, Lean Pork Chops Per lb 20c Pure Lard Per Lb 12ic Eggs Mlllbrook Brand, Pg Larae Silecied In n Sealed Cartoni 'lWZ. 25c GROCERY DEPARTMENT Kirkman's kxH,25c Oleine Soap 1 Ap Ammonia 10c size Export 25c Ammonia 15c size Borax Soap. 7 fo Fels 4k Robin 5c size Washing Powder Lighthouse Q-p Cleanser. t3 BoraX 12c size. Castile Soap Q 10c size JK DazderlgS. lOcslze CrackersSMOc Iced Tea Special. Orange Pekoe 1 fn Per H lb lUt Fragrant. Full-bodied Tea, usually sold at 50c per lb. Per VQn Crisco Reg. 23c size.. Gosman'sSir'Sr Reg. 10c size V Orange Pekoe 1 Cn Per K lb XJL A very fancy large leaf. An Ideal hot weather drink. sold often as high as OQ 80c lb. Per lb.. iC Randall' Reg. 12c size Virgin 8M" Reg. 70c size., Wagner's SSgg;9c Apex 10c size ., Peanut Butter. 9c Rice il 10c size Mustard SSfF 9c Pearl Tapioca Op 10c size OL Salad, 10c size Pure Jelly 10c Size 9c PAPRIKA. 10c size Ivory Salt Q 10c size f Vinegar O- Cider or white, Pudding ifze A- Lady Baltimore-.... C Cube Per lb Van CampMilklSTcl Fresh Bnkln; Twice a -Da)-. BAKERYDEPARTMENT Kream Mrust Brearf REGULAR SIZE 3C Weight 12 to 14 or., each. Bread Rolls, sorted kinds. Per doz 9c Tan Kolls, per pan 5c LARGE SIZE 5C White or Bye, each Tea Biscuit J, pr dozen 9c Golden Zwel back, per doz LARGE VIENNA Cr Weight 16 to IS or., each.." 9c OLD DUTCH 330 Ln. Are. '. TY. SI 13 14th St. X. W. 1935 14th Zi. ..W. 177S U St. N. W. 3120 Georgia Axe. X. TT. Slst and 21 Sts. X. TT. Th Market or Economy trust program raddlv wanted to recess In order to prevent takine up time wltl morning business Monday. . After repeated calls for a quorum which could not be obtained, it was de cided to adiourn until 10 o'clock; Mon day, instead of ll. "Kidnaped" Baby Boy Is Found in His Crib PATERSON. N. J- July 26. "Pleas send a detective to my house at ones My babv has been kidnaped." v Detective- and policemen scurrlei from Paterson police headquarters tt the home of Mrs. Frederick: Haines They obtained an accurate descrip tion of tho missing Xour-year-ou Frederick, Jr. "I placed him '-there after giving Mm M 'hath." explained tha semi- 10 a oec ouse. Foi lor thi phllfl "Tee-ah," came aplaintlff cry somt time later in the Haines house. In' vestigatlon revealed the youngster ir his crib. , , . . , "Oh. I forgot I had placed hire there." explained tho happy mothei through tears. 30c fin;... isisi 10c Mkee fir . BuHergr:33c Hamburger Steak 1 C, Per Lb .t...Ut Chuck Steak Ter Lb 17c Sirloin Steak Per Lb 25c Porterhouse Steak Per lb... 28c Veal Chops 00 Per lb JLd, Compound tubstmite. 1ftP Per lb lUt (Eggs Fresh Galhared pcr From Nearby n Farms- uSZ. 22c Argo Starch Sfe 4c 7c Bon Ami 10c size 9c 10c Borax ftH. 9c 12c fUe. Blue 4c Daisy Lye A0 5c Size 4 Team. Safety Matches 1 ftp 3 dozen for. X V TalctiB Powder 10c size 7c I CrackersSBffc 19c Iced Coffee Special. Tulip Blend A particularly fancy Coffee, mellow and full of aroma and flavor. Usually sold at Ofn 35c. Per lb. OUU 9c .TnIrA Fancy Santos A fine. rich, sweet drink, equal to any 59c 10c Coffee sold elsewhere. Per lb. 25c f fl 1 ' GOLDEN ROD 17 1 loraflakesjissLzC YanCamp'sgSe 7i-r Spaghetti ...I t Head. 7 g Potted Beef !& .Franco-American. 9c 8c OLIVES j& Q- ?laln or Stuffed. C Pickles 9c Gold Vedal. 10c size Sugar Cn III. Powdered Sagar tn Per Lb UC Toilet Paper &rf3cr25c Fresh Baking Twice Pay. Fancy Crullers. q per dozen '' Sugar Buns, per dozen.. 9c Raisin Bread, each 9c Cake. plain or citron, per 0C MARKET, Inc. 7th & (Jue Sts. X. W. 7th & IS Sts. . E. 6th and E Sts. S. E. 7th & H Sts. X. E. 1105 H St. N. E. 1632 North Capitol St. The Market ol Cleanliness 10c ..9c t i