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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, ItfAY 21; 1915. SEERESS PREDICTED ITALY WOULD Fl T Madame De Thebes Said on De cember 15 Nation Would Enter War. PARI8, May 21. In her predictions Ifl cued on December 15 last through the United Press, iMadamc De Thebes. Franco's famous socress. forecasted Jtaly'u oarly entrance Into the war. Her prediction concerning Italy was us fol lows: "The hour soon will strike when Italy "will be compelled to draw her sword. She will bo forced so to do. Slnco It la already known that I was once called to Italy under tragic circumstances to give my humblo opinion concerning tho destiny of a person high In tho human ecale, I may say that I have additional reasons for bollovlng In tho magnlflcont future of the reigning houte. "However, danger menaces It. Fem inine hate, which nothing disarms, ptir Buee It. There will bo abundant tears. TLero will bo great destruction of things In artistic southern Italy particularly around the summer solstice. "For Franz Josef Do Profuundls. This sinister old man Is oven now dead. Tho world has called him venerable; Vienna knows better of his prlvato llfo and Its scandals. His wife hated him. Ho was cruel to tho point of torture, oven with his own son Rudolpho, whose death was attributed to him. "Tho dismemberment of Austria Is Im minent. The Slavs will separate from the German clement, tho latter Joining with Catholic Germany." $3.00 New York and Return $3.00 Next Sunday, May 23, Pennsylvania n R. Special train leaves Washington, Satur day midnight, 12-15 n. m. Returning leaves Pennsylvania Station, New York city Sunday B :06 p. m. Advt. PUBLIC SCHOOL FIELD DAY THIS A F TERNOON Owing to th rainy weather yester day afternoon, the field day of tho pub llo schools has been postponed to this afternoon at 3. In spite of threaten ing clouds, tho children were assembled at Amorlcan League park ready to begin tho program at tho appointed tlmo yes terday when the rain deluged the ground and their hopes. Nenrly 6,000 children are to tako part In the festival and several of tho num bers will be given In costume. Mem bers of the physical training corps of eight young women under the dlrectloln of Dr. Rebecca Stoneroad havo been rehearsing drills and dances for tho past three months. Reports Submarine F-4 Lifted Clear of Bottom The Navy Department today received the most encournglng advices yet con cerning the aubmnrlne F-4. Rear Ad miral Moore, at Honolulu, reports that four slings have been successfully at tached, and that tho submarlno has been lifted clear of the bottom. The fourth sling, which Is attached to the after part of tho F-4, was raised twenty feet. This gives hope that the craft will soon bo brought to tho surface. Notice To the Public. The Aid Association for the Blind of tho District of Columbia Is In no man ner Interested In any publication where advertising Is being solicited In the name of the blind or In tho namo of our Institution. LAURA V. SYLVESTER. President Aid Association for the Blind Home, 3050 R street N. W. Advt. 41 KO Tn Tlnlti'mnro nnrl Upturn Mnl- urdays and Sundays, Pennsylvania R. R. Good to return until 9 :30 a. m. Monday. Advt. Wprice .7 jfegBJ &S 48 STORES N ONE NEAR YOUR HOME Branch No. 49 Opens Next Week All Quotations Good Until Saturday's Closing Counting out all "Expensive Marketing Methods" en ables us to make such extremely low prices on Quality Mer chandise. New Potatoes, per peck t 15c Old Potatoes, per peck 15c New Cabbage at Very Lowest Prices New Texas Onions a4 peck 13c lz peck 25c Late Florida Valencia Oranges Doz., 20c, 25c, 35c Erie Brand Breakfast Bacon Per Glass Jar ; Large Size Cans Tuna Fish The kind formerly sold at 25c per can. . Pure Lard Special, per lb Old Dutch Cleanser Special, this sale Sunshine Graham Crackers Usual IOC pkgs Quart Bottles Grape Juice 29c Pint Bottles Grape Juice J OC Majestic Oleomargarine .... 19c Virginia Cornmeal, peck.... 25c Strictly Fresh Eggs, doz... 22c Bread, 3 loaves for 10c Gold Bar Ripe Pineapple. .. .20c Silver Bar Ripe Pineapple. ..15c Standard A Cans Tomatoes tor Gold Bar California Cherries 25c Gold Bar California Peaches. 20c Sunshine Special Snaps, lb.. 10c Dixie Buttons, lb 10c Fig Bars, lb 10c 4ts 25c Pet Milk, can 7'zc Pet Milk, small 3 for 10c Howard Salad Dressing 20c Del Monte Asparagus Tips.. 19c Walter Baker Cocoa, lb.. 17c Walter Baker Cocoa, 1-5 lb.. 8c Hershey's Cocoa, Vi lb 15c Hershey's Cocoa, 1-5 lb 7c Blisco Ginger Ale 3 for 25c Blisco Ginger Ale, per case 24 bottles $2.00 No charge for case. We rebate 50c for empty case and bottles. Instant Postum 23c Instant Postum 45c Sanitary Butter O 1 n We Carry Only One Grade, and That Is the Best J J. V Fancy Smoked Hams, lb Fresh O Lbs. Tomatoes J for 16c 25c Smoked Picnic Shoulders, lb.. Smoked Sau sage, per lb. . . 12' 12 IC Superior Quality Teas at Very Low Prices "Afternoon" Brand Guaranteed eoual to the teas Bold ns high as S0c per lb. i-lb. Canister. .13c y2-lb. Canister . . 23c nuv one package. Test It carefully. Full purchase price refund ed If the so Teas aie not what jou expect them to be. "Mosque" Brand Guaranteed equal to usual 60c values. V4-lb. Canister. .10c V2-lb. Canister, ,18c All Shoe Polishes 7'jc Sanitary Starch 4c Argo Starch 4c Green Bag Coffee Our guaranteed 30-cent val ue. A wonderful 99 value, lb ad Morton's Sifting Salt 5c Mosque Teas 10c and 18c Afternoon Teas 13c and 23c Crystal Toilet Paper. . .3 for 10c Fish Roe. can 12V'2C Triangle 3-lb. Salt 4c Quaker Oats 8c Post Toasties 8c Washington Crisps 8c Cream of Wheat 12c Shredded Wheat 10c Challenge Milk, can 10c or 3 for 28c Eagle Milk, can 12'jc Blue Label Catsup, small... 13c Blue Label Catsup, large... 20c Blue Label Chile Sauce 24c Takhoma Biscuit 4c Pink Alaska Salmon 9c Chic Salmon, can 12'jc Argo Salmon, can 17c Blue Ridge Corn 7 Vic T. AXES HERE SHOW ERA OF PROSPERITY Million and a Half Paid in Since November 1, and Collections Are Growing. Tax collections Indicate that Wash ington has entered upon an era of prosperity. Taxes on both real and personal property are due In May, a penalty of 1 per cent a month occru lng after Juno 1. Since November 1 property owners havo paid Into the coffers of the Dis trict government $1,600,000 and the collections are Increasing dally. Yesterday's payments amounted to $116,000. The realty tax levy totals approximately $5,800,000 an Increase of $600,000 over last year. Tho per sonal tax levy amounts to $1,200,000. Monday, May 31, being a holiday, the last day for the payment of taxes at tho District building before tho pen alty begins to accrue Is May 29. It was announced today, however, by Den L. Prince, collector of taxes, that checks made payable to tho collector and mailed before midnight of May 31 will be accepted. Owners of real estate havo until LOCAL MENTION. Chas. Chaplin. Dally. Virginia, 608 9 st. Phone Main 52G0 And put your Want Ad In Tho Evening Times. March to settlo their accounts. Prop erty on which taxes arc then duo i will b advertised as delinquent and offered for sale at tho annual tax sale. Dis traint may bo made of personal prop erty on which taxoB are duo any time after Juno 1. Wyoming Minister to Discuss Labor Problem The Rev. Daniel S. McCorkle, of Sun llse. Wyo., latelv In charge of the social service department of tho Colorado Fuel and Iron Company, will PPea' tomorrow night at Pythian Temp e i to dlscUFH labor conditions In the mining regions of Colorado and W yomlng. Dr. McCorkle. who yesterday ap pealed as n witness before tho Industrial InvestlgHtlng commission, will cnK under the auspices of the boclallst party or tho District. Baltimore and Ohio To Baltimore, $1.60 Round Trip every Saturday and Sunday. Good returning until S a. m. Monday. Advt STRAND TOMORROW "Man's Witness" Mutual Master Picture. GARDEN TOMORROW The Ring and the Man Featuring Ilruce Mcllne Huron Converts Other i:rlulP Featured. JMaSemSff!SST Cor. 7th & K St3. 1914-1916 Pa. Ave. 233 Pa. Ave. S. E. Open Late Saturdays Some Stories Too Big To Be Told In Words! And this is one of them. If you could realize the importance of it there would he 50,000 women waiting to get into our stores to morrow morning! The arrival of the final shipment of that mammoth 15,000 PAIR PURCHASE OF WOMEN'S FINE SHOES-causcs us to expedite the movement of these goods by offering: BEGINNING TOMORROW MORNING AH the $3.50 and some $4 Grades Cut to . $2.35 Remaining $4, $o, and $6 grades to continue selling at $2.85. There's scarcely a style you can think of conservative or ex tremethat is not included in cither the $2.85 or the 2.35 Sale. SOME OF THE BEST NUMBERS AT $2.35. Patent Colt "TROOl'ER" PI MPS with Imltntlon of laced vnrap WHITB Pumps trimmed with Patent leather HHONZH trimmed with Band cloth BATTLESHIP (JREY with ()ster Micll Grey top Patent Colt or Black Cnliskln "f5RK'IAN Pl'.MPS" with Hand, putty, or Kiey tops, high or low heels Patent Colt "SI UK lACED" Oxfords with grey cloth top and diamond tip or plain too Patent Colt "MILITARY OXFORDS" and a number of plain er effects. Patent Colt or Dwnl Calf BUTTON COLONIALS or BUCKLE COLONIALS. In all sizes and widths. With such styles at $2.35 you can imagine what the variety must be in the $2.85 Sale! DON'T FAIL TO SEE BOTH BIG LOTS TOMORROW. In the Big Children's Sections AfJAIN TOMORROW A lfffc 1 1 V" MX "f Ss V White Shoes VDC Misses' and Child a tool, natty Whlto Canvas button Hoots and Btrup Pumps. Kinds that look liko $1.60. Plenty of all sizes Other nt $1.2."!. fl.f.O, $1.7.";, 92.00 null fVMVI. "IJAItlSFOOT SM1AI,S" and 'PI,AY OXFORDS." Kinds that provide Barefoot Comfort with best leather protec tion. SIZES Lp to S 75c to HIJJS 0 to 2 (11.00 to fl.75 3 to 0 (11.25 to 2.50 SATURDAY $2.00. Tho Best 2.00 HOYS' SHOE In town equal to tho majority or tho T2.60 ones in style and wear. All leathers. High or Low Cuts. Sizes I to 52 $2.00. Sizes 10 to 13J2 $1.50. SATURHAY $1.69. Mioses' and Mr Girls' 12 and - 50 PATENT COLT or (lull Calf CALFSKIN Instep Strap Pumps or Colonials some with grey cloth tops. All sizes. SATURDAY $1.19. Infants' cuto little Patent Colt or White IJuck Hlbbon Laced "TANGO" Slippers patent colt "LAVALLIEH" PUMPS with Bray cloth backs or with white calt In laid vamps. More and More Men Learning About the REAL ECONOMY of "Black Ravens" - " '-- $2.50 & $3 In this Reliable line this snn'nrr wo have made a special effort to give you something out of the ordinary. The latost Young Men's lasts copied from the high priced custom grades, and quality which make these shoes the despair of all other competitors in the same grade. $2.50 or $3 is a dangerously low price to pay for shoes these days -AT MOST STORES but it rocs the limit in buying SURE ENOUGH VALUES in "BLACK RAVENS!" Choice of 4i stiles -ul thaj.es ad leathers f"r cery mans ta-tr The Buiy Corner" Open 8:30 A. M. 2Camt ntija & (&& 8th St and Penna. Ave. Close 5:30 P. JVJ. Wonderful Coat and Suit Bargains The Styles You Want Priced for a Busy Saturday's Selling T ! in . Worth $15 dg v i adored Suitsv::j9.50 The result of a fortunate purchase from1 a maker clearing stock. Plain-tailored and trimmed models in poplin, covert, gabardines, serges, checks, etc., in every popular color, with plenty of navy and black. Smart Sport Coats At $11.50 Worth to $19.75 Very Special Included in the lot are many pleated and semi-fitted models, terials are checks, coverts, gabardines, and serges. Get one tomorrow, while the price is so low for the quality. Garment Storo Second Floor, Ma- TTots Separate Skirts For a Big Saturday Sale CHOICE Bargain Tabic, Street Floor 98 kttktkktAAkkkkk CHOICE- $0.00 Skirt Store, u r toor Almost every style you could desire is here in these lots The very newest and most popular of summer effects, including strictly tailored, full flare, button trimmed, pocket styles, yoked models, etc. The reason we can get such beauties to sell at these un usual prices is we purchase them in such large quantities that the maker is willing to give them to us at a low figure YOU fcene fit by our fortunate transactions. Materials are pique, rep, linen, ratine, and poplins. ii New Butterfly" Ruffs In High Favor at Present "BUTTERFLY" IU'FFS of single mallne, finished with mcssaline ribbon ties, In black, white, and black and white; an ex ceptional value at, (PI AA Similar style, hut of the doublo mallne. and In black, black and white, all white, and navy blue, (P- rn SHAPED, FULL ROl'ND RUFFS, of mallne. at two priceB, in black, black ami white, and navy, (jjl AA In black and white, CJ1 (TA and all black only, at tDl.UU NEW PLEATINGS for form ing the double or side frill for the new waists, at, a yard, 50c, 69c and 98c I fleatinc store street noor N Special Purchase Women's All Silk Umbrellas $1.79 In black, green, and blue only, with natural wood, mission fin ished handles. Umbrellas that can be used for sun or rain. Umbrella Store Street Floor. Untrimmed Hats of Fine Hemp $1 Q Tomorrow Choice -- - - Smoothly finished, nice quality hemps, in sailor shapes, or mushroom shapes, in white, black, or black and white combinations. TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE IF TRIMMINGS ARE PURCHASED IN OUR MILLINERY STORE. A pretty hat trimmed to suit you will cost you little if you select the trimmings here tomorrow and have us trim it for you free of charge. More New Styles Arrive Today--on Sale fl Q Q GT Tomorrow in Our Trimmed Hats at W-J sD Some oF the pretty black and white combinations, also plenty of charming styles in colors, chiefly the large sailors; also the smaller chic turban and colonial models. Millinery Store 2nd Floor. Three Big Specials Mark rTJJ. JY, Tomorrow a Typical IlllUTCn S UUy at Kann's Little Folk's Store These Items Rive you Find Just what you want blve stocks. vMiv, (J W WW r 4 an Idea of what to expoct in our Big Saturday Sale of Little Folks' Apparel, for the little tots, tho hard-to-flt sires, and tho Junior girls In our comprehen- Special Lot White Petticoats and Slips For wear beneath tho new May dresses; In very dainty effects, with lace, embroidery and tucked bottoms; small ruffled effects of deep er flounces. In short petticoat style or slip effects. Special .... 39c Big Combination Offer HQc values 10 ai.o. i omorrow liaci - v Including some with corset body and drawers; others with short petticoat; all are beautifully trimmed with dainty laces, round neck, arms and bottom; or fine embroldeiles and pin tucked ruffles around 6klrt; some with deep lace and round neck, and finished with bead ing, ribbon run. Girl's Street and School Dresses 1 GTA S2.50 Values. Tomorrow Each iJ J. . J vy Choice of gingham, in stripes and checks; also some combination whtte and colored effects; plain linen styles; somo with pleated sUrts low belts and low neck and short sleeves; others with long sleeves p.ain skirts, some simple, pretty little models, straight, with belt placed low Sizes 2 to 6 years Little Folks' Store Second Floor. Sale Shur-Lok Bags 98c and $1.49 Values PZQ Tomorrow Special . . . . CC Shurlok the bug that stands for complete and satisfactory service tho bag with the lock that will not come open by itself, cannot bo pull ed open without the warning snap made by the patented lock whenever the bag Is opened. Think of the savings buy one tomorrow. Belts! Belts! Belts! Not One in the Lot Worth Less Than 50c Choice ? r Tomorrow -4JVs Combinations of black and white; white with black, white and colors, and all white. No street coAtumo completo without a new belt. These aio an exceptional value at 25c Hurry for choice. Leather Goods Store Street Floor. Jewelry Sale Extraordinary 35c j . $1.00 and $2.00 Values Mostly 20 -Year Gold Filled Jewelry in Wanted Styles Choice of Brooch Pine, Bar Pins, Scarf Pins, Cuff Pins. Cuff Links. Combination Sets, Lavallleres, Hair Ornaments, Bracelets. Etc., Etc. J You know the kind of special Jewelry sales we offer but we have never excelled the in ne saving offerings wo make for tomorrow tins means much to you. Be here early for choi-o selection. Jewelry Store Street Floor.