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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY. JULY 4. 1918.
,-- TOMMY TOMPKINS WITH D. C. BOYS ON WFRM gjumtma EL Tompkins, the Vuh- sterton Times wax correspondent in Sfesae. rrtred In Pmrla recently and Ms articles regarding; tha keys in the Twtuti -data division, which U com posed of the National Guards of the District or Colombia, Virginia. Mary land. Delaware and New Jersey, are cnected at any time. Through a special arrangement The Tlnitui baa obtained Mr. Tompkins articles for exclusive- publication. In a UUIe while the boys of the Twenty-ninth division will be at the trout, and Mr. Tompkins knows them ssi wen as any newspaper man could. He meat nine months at Camp Mc- ri.jiT. Annlston. Ala, where moat of ft. District. VlrrlnJa and Maryland guardsmen and some of the drafted "asea bare been trained, and where omy of the men graduated from the eCSeers training camps hare been StsUiOQCflf r"jlr. Tompkins also has Tislted other camps. He knows the men. He knows what they hare been through, ttow they feel, what they want to do. "and ie will be able to send back "Sterne the sort of news that the people at noma want and the sort that the in the trendies want una u r With Troops From Capital At Battle Front .A 4ii A Tut able tA writs in such a comprehensive way about the doings of the men in .Stance as he did of their doings at Annlston. For the men will be scat tared pretty well np and down the tma which marks "the frontier of Batlt "win be nis business to more - about as much as possible, and to keep in touch with the groups as nrnch as possible, and he will do that Tary thing. His stories win start Ttry soon. JSatcaThe Times; . Gemoxr Is osteartlng the United fflfrfr- in potatoes, -rrhlch accents in a sue aim far- thUr ability to keep at frr T i 't" et ar- She Store Tour Physician Sioammends. T-n0A Fitted By rUSSeS Experts cT'S) years expertise. Special tiataea 1 1 1 s iT 1 1 T Cor ladles. PrtrxU rooms. GIBSON CO., Inc., 917 G St. -39d on Savings Deposits U. S. SAVINGS BANK 14th and You Streets WADE H. COOPER, Pre. BssssBWIHH'SS dSfeT ssttvt JslllllllllllllllllllV ss? &3ist ssssHGiBBSsS5S. N4 "S1 JfrAsblLssssssW SssssssssssssssssW ft jffiSf j l! MjlgFBPBjiSf-. -y jggyy FalHffi-fesBBlfej. s T&etJ!0ssssESsssssssM RAYMOND S. TOMPKINS, Washington Times -war correspondent in France, -whose stories of Dis- trict, Virginia, and Maryland boys soon trill appear in these columns. SPECIAL TRAINS TO BEACH. Fourteen special trains. In addition to six reenlar ones, are being run to Chesapeake Beach today to aecommo date the Fourth of July crowds. The first train left District One station at .905 o'clock this morning, and since then , trains have been leaving eiery forty- nve minutes. This , almost conunuous I service schedule will be maintained throughout the afternoon. The potato is "valne received ta food -value. Palm Beach and Mohair Suits j The surest way to keep cool these warm days is to slip into a B-K Palm Beach or a Priestley Mohair Suit See the newest shades and stripes in all sizes. Many of our customers have told us that dowjitown stores charge more for the same garments see our dis play and you will agree with them. Palm Beach Suits Are Priestley Mo-. (1 J? hair Suits Are pJ- O . $10 Bieber-Kaufman Co. Inc. 901-9 8 th S.E. L Save Your Teeth! We know how to treat them painlessly and scientifically, and our improved methods will make them sound and beautiful. Fur thermore, the work is covered by a binding 20-year guarantee, and our charges are as low as consistent with the highest quality SP 'A work. A 7F-2jM And for Dentistry That Lasts, by Dr. Wyeth ind Staff of Expert Careful Dentists. An Work Done Without the Slightest Resemblance of Pam, ITiat Has Been My Record for the Past 23 Years SSfOSSySffet LAB&EST the most ANITABand "bffimS'aWE this part of the country. Four entire floors oftwo enUre bui!dm gjrenver to operabre and mechanical dentistry. EyTrKeintha practice of modem dentistry yon will find here. vcryuunR m lerms of rayment to Cait F-r;,,,. Fre& UZJssT' yt spisria. My Perfect Suction Teeth! Will Kmt SUp or Prop $5.00 Other Seta af Teeth. S3AO op. hillings, 50c to $1 np. In gold, silver, r.TTuilgam or porcelain. Gold Crowns and Bridge Work, $3.00 $4.00 $5.00 Open Erery Erralas; Until O 'Cloek and en Sn&ars 10 A. M. to 4 P.M. Ladr and maids In attendance. All work fully guaranteed for 20 7earsT Kindly keep the name and location of oar office in yonr mind. DR. WYETH, 427-29 7th St.N. W. ftnnntlfr TA stain - X Tlrsa nail -. reaiKl -T !. aak r w a r'""-' Z wi. vii 7 --- wauaH . sm, Mmrzw ana II. " ww siuppca jrjtrtan u wauuffioa. rui Kium M33 : n 0,000 in prizes TO BE GIVEN WAR GARDEN WORKERS "With the dual purpose In mind of stimulating- Interest In the cause of War SaTlngs Stamps and f ood eon serratlon, the National War Garden Commission has announced a plan which It expects will lead to the formation of many canning' clubs . In Washington, as well as throughout the country generally. The. plan, which has been submitted to H. ,E. Benedict, secretary of the national war savings committee, provides for the distribution of 210,000 In prises for the best home canned vegetables grown In war gardens, and offered as entries from, canning clubs. The awards will be made In the form of books half filled with Thrift Stamps. This plan." said Mr. Benedict. 'Still certainly boost the sale of Thrift Stamps, for every half book given by the National War Garden Commission will mean that the win ner will want at once to fill the book. That means War Savings Stamps, and they mean victory." Superintendent of Schools Ernest I Thurston announces that War Sav ings Stamps and Thrift Stamps are on sale at all summer schools, and that the community centers will re main open during- the vacation sea son, in order that the War Savings habit, once established, shall not be allowed to die down for lack of op portunity to make additions to a collection. Latest additions to the membership of "The $1,000 Club," Include the following: Stanley Lansburgh and wife. Frank and Susie Hahn. Dr. J. E. H. Taylor, all of Washington. D. C.; H. S. Harknell. New York city; Kenneth Mclsaac, Destroyer Nichol son: Harry Alexander, New York city; Philip Frank, Newark, N. J, 700 POTATO-DRYING PLANTS HELP GERMANY Seven hundred potato-drying-plants In Germany, and hundreds of other factories for food saving, are rea sons why Germany hasn't starred. These figures come through gtrr eminent channels; potato-drying- ca paclty in the empire, 37.000,000 hun dredweight; 2SO drying cylinders, 400 open drying plants: 150 corn-drying plants; 2S0 vegetable-drying factor ies; 223 drying plants In sugar fac tories, and 22 milk drying plants. About 200 of the 1.CO0 malt kilns are also equipped for vegetable-dry' lng. Landowners not possessing nlsnts can make contract arrangements for their drying. Office Supplies Anything you want we have It at the right price. Phone Main 7826 fcr prompt delivery JjAUM Stationery Co On"? 7Vi Cf Opposite Geldenberitfi UO 'tnOC. phone Main 7820. t America's Greatest . 4th of July Almost a century and. a half ago a gallant little French Army helped us turn.a.random date into our greatest1 National Holiday. Thirty ships and 7,000 men from overseas served to swing the scale. Fighting . unselfishly for American independence, Lafayette laid susolid. foundation for Freedom throughout the worldJ -J- . Arid? now haVcome our opportunity to repay Pershing, with a million men, stands in France the acknowledged bringer of Victory Civilization itself will celebrate this year's Fourth. of Jtdy V3 j j r i v v- V3h IrTEngland, France, Italy, leaders wnose own 'ex? perience recognizes the miracle the United States has wrought are unstinted in their praise. In this country, too, those who know are too busy to waste energy in criticism. But find the man who doesn't knowand isn't helping and you will far too often find a man will ing even.to Jose a battle.to jrove.hisjGrpyernmentwr6ng.; "Ifwercontuihe tosucceed?r says"Secretary Baker' on page 15 of Hearst's Magazine for July, it will s .O1 -! be because millions. of loyal Americans continue to tP-X&jtto&Kft to give us their aid" "x Are you one of those millions of loyal Americans? Do you really know about the War Department? Do . you swallow whatever people tell you about our Army -your Army or.do you make an effort to get the facts? . "The American Army of Todayyr was prepared for Hearst's with the fullest cooperation of the War, Department It is endorsed by the Secretary of. War as a most complete and accurate statement - i t J- To Secretary Bakerras to Secretary IanieTsramcl to others who are making our Nation thechief figure' in.the world's most magnificent enterprise, HesirsFs. off ersa chance to address half a million loyal Americanireader' and through this great audience an opportunity fling the Truth full in the face of the puny Pessimist petty J?oUticiansand,professionalJEaultfmdei& IfydirdonVwish-totinpk you won't want Hearst's this month or any 'other. - Bui if you want the truth and really prefer to be patriotic to know the best about your country you won't,iaiLto:read "The American Army of Today" in the July earsts R K A MAGAZINE' The Magazine With a Mission U&d Km m '-"' m