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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; MONDAY, MAY 19, 1919. & .ft ADVERTISEMENT Doctors lommend - Bon-Opfo Tor the Eyes fcbysicians and eye specialists pre ecnbe Bon-Op to as a safe home remedy iJLthe treatment of eye troubles and to strengthen eyesight. Sold under money Ssfond guarantee, by all-druggists. CONG VAN DYKE N f it j VPII ' XM jt V " ' .Mt . r-- ; , m 'm rl 10057 n.lK&IICMAM 4iOI7ftiI Art. (c. -SSTRttT- Ponttiwt. a .. l 1 C" , a. Trade Supplied by iJL EBERLY'S SONS, Inc., 718 7th St. -NiW. Jlm i'r ii M FAVOR-OF DJLVOfE Congressman Carl C Van Dyke, for the past two years a member of the District of Columbia Committee id the House and the only Democrat from Minnesota, Ilas .returned to begin his thjrit tefth. ; He brought with him a Democratic colleague-i-Con-uressman-elect William L. Carss, of the Eighth Minnesota district. Mr. Van Dyke was taken from a railway mall car on which he was a clerk and sent to Congress by the Democrats. of his district Mr. Carss was taken from a Rock Island engine, on which he was an engineer, and elected by the Demo crats in a Republican stronghold. "I was sitting in my cab when the committee drove up to the engine in an automobile and told me I had been nominated," Air. Carss suJ. "1 got out, took off. my overalls, cleaned up a bit and put on an eleven-week campaign. During that time wo had to stop and take care of 15.000 per sons made destitute by the forest fires. Will Ask Fire Relief. "Our State appropriated $2,000,000 for relief work. One of the first things I will do here Is to ask Congress for an appropriation, for thousands of those people are still suffering." Mr. Carss has" never held public office. For more than twenty-five years he was active in the various campaigns of the Brotherhood of Bn ginemen and Firemen and of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. He came to Washington several times in the interest of legislation sought by the brotherhoods. C. M. Miller. Republican, who Mr. Carss succeeds, had been In Congress ten years. Mr. Van Dyke succeeded a Republican member who had been in the House eighteen years. The act providing for a two platoon system for the fire depart ment in the District of Columbia was put through by Mr. Van Dyke. i.t l.ii..i iv.t -a.- rnuld do notu- Ing better for the District in the next Congress than to give me peuyio the vote," Mr. Van Dyke says. 'The strongest argument for votes for the District is that there- is no argument against it "Why should I come from Minne sota or from ahyothr State, for that matter, and dictate how the District should be run? Some opponents of the votes for the District have sought to suggest certain small .details that may prove obstacle. In! the States these small details have been satisfactorily-worked out The same can be done In the District. If we get the vote for the District, the details will take care of themselves. "A man living Jri the District to day Is like a man without a coun try. It Is a situation that is re mirngn) in the ideals of democracy,' It is defeating the purpose of the- Constitution to deny me resmenuj oi the District the right to voe." U. S. JOBS BUREAU HAS PLACED 4,557,229 PERSONS During the sixteen months of its existence, the United States Employ ment Service has found jobs for (.557,259 men and women, it is an nounced. Basing the time of these people worth $2.25 per day, it is estimated that by being- assisted in securing their jobs only one day sooner -than otherwise they saved approximately $10,000,000. I Gauze Vests,; 15c Resrular and f -extra sizes In I women's summer ft vests. V x.ock and bodice styles. Tuesday Bargain Bulletin SATiSFAGTIIH FIRST nBAMUHfr? S10-I18 Seventh Street Men's Wash Ties, 9C Washable four-in-hands, of mix ed fiber silk and fine madras, 'in white and stripes BEDWEAR Priced for Economy j5L7 Seamless ; Sheets, 81x90 Size : $1.25 Eelfle Ironclad Brand heavy bleacHed seamless sheets for large double beds. Strictly per fect. PILLOW CASES Sale of 42x 36 and 45x36 heavy quality bleached pillow cases, ac- OQr tually worth 39c Each CV. 35c Pillow Cases, 15c Special purchase of pillow cases made of remnants of- heavy bleached sheeting cotton "with wide hems. 36x36 size before hemming. BED SPREADS Lot of fine satin Marseilles spreads, some a bit soiled; scalloped, hemmed or fringed. Worth $8.00 and $9.00. Reduced to $4.98 JC Qg $1.75 Unbleached Sheets, 72x90 Size $1.39 Good -weight and superior fin ish seamless sheets that can be used for double beds. ' Strictly perfect. BLEACHED COTTON Stan dard grade of yard-wide, bleached cotton, suitable for ajl home uses. Worth 35c 19c Chic Summer Hats Delayed Shipment Underpriced at Navy Blue Taffeta Hats White Milan Hats Georgette Grepe Hats Fine Leghorn Hats Transparent Brim Hats Black Lisere Hats Fine Hemp Hats Net and Maline Hats New. charmimr. "summery" millinery, amaz ing in both values and variety. Sailors, grace- " ful drooping models, side rolls, pokes, flares, Watteaus in large, medium and small sizes. p JO D Si I 9 s M White and Colored Wash Goods 59c40-Inch White French Organdy, 33c Yd. The" season's star value in white goods offering a special miU T purchase of fine, crisp white French organdy at 33c a yard,' just when the demand is at high tide. 59c Printed Voile 40 Inches Wide 38c Yd. 50c Dress Ginghams 33c PERFECT quality, in scores! Bates, Renfrew and other. re- of beautiful new flowered, fig- j liable grades of 32-inch fast urcd and striped patterns, color dress ginghams, in plaids, White and tinted grounds, j checks, stripes and plain colors. Light and dark effects. 'Wonderful assortment. r - Women's High-Class biJilu Sold for $25.00, $30.00, ? $33.00, $35.00 $1 rjM All'-Styles. .All Sizes, 16 to 42. .No- C.' D?;-"" Na Ex changes. AIL, Sales Final. King's alice famous quality suits ikrfi Tquickly finding new owners at this astounding bar gain J)rics,T Jiighrade spring and surrrmer saits'bf'se'rgeV pop lin and aBup. in -navy,- black, tan gray and rookje. .... All the -new box," blouse; belt ed, vieSF and slashed models, braid-trimmed or tailored. I S' l fT n f ivrJpR If I l vn i Wonderful Sale of NAVY BLUE SILKS AYard Worth $1.75 and $2.00 Navy blue , reigns supreme in silks for summer wear. We've selected four popular silks to sell at a reduced price at the most opportune time imaginable. Besides NAVY, there are white, black and all the other prevailing colors. 40-in. Box Loom Crepe de Chine, $1.39 Yard-wide Chiffon Taffeta, $1.39. Yard-wide Satin Messalinc, $1.39. Yard-wide Faille Silk Poplin, $1.39. mi m Let the Wedding Bells Ring Out Bj JEAN KNOTT . . h i. '( YOU MU&t'BE TlRfeD OEAP,, HRE AR.e J SLIPPERS I y 1. iii l . ft, gggr& T' "and HE "5 T ., KEwJSpAPep. AWD I' cusmoM . ; j i I - , m NOW tLL C&y VotiFt PIPE V AMD TOBACCO MavaHM (???) THIS vfAVDAy?! FIFTEEN METHODIS I CHURCHES OVER TOP Fifteen of the twentysix Jfethodist Epsicopal churches of "Washington al ready have gone "oyer the- top" ia the centenary campaign for the raisin? of S105.000.QOO for 'reconstruction work for home and foreigm missions. Although th'e drive did not begin until yesterday, more than half of the-quota alloted the Washington dis trict already has been raised, accord ing" to Rev. Dr. John R: Edwards, DIs trct aupeirintendent. The churches in the "Washington district, arfr'aaked to raise $106,000 each -year for five years. The fifteen-churches that Jiave cone over their apportioned yearly quotas are: Dumbarton Avenue, $3,089 quota, $3,443 raised; Bruen, $624 quota, all raised; Trinity, $5,322 quota, $7,123 raised; Anacostia, $1,929 quota, all raised: Congress Heights. $870 quota, all raised; Douglas-Memorial, $3,857 quota., all raised; Brookland, $1,329 quota; all raised; Hamline, $0,830 quota. $7,000 raised; Lincoln Road, $1,262 quota, $1,300 raised: Ryland, $2,813 quota, $3,061 raised; Chevy Chase, $450 quota, all raised; Iowa Avenue, $1,276 quota, all raised: Pet worth, $2,712 quota, $3,000 raised; Woodside, $624 quota, all raised, and Arlington, $500 quota, all .raised. Calvary lacks only $500 "of Its quota, Wesloy Chapel only $1,000, North Capitol only $350, ' and "Waugh only $500. Dr. Edwards today urged all of the churches not to relax their efforts because of the signal success of the local drive. He pointed out that churches in other parts-of the country! t.j ---.- u i.ioc knew iiuuLtis, ttnri that an oversubscription here Is- need ed, to balance the account. A big mass meeting will be held to night at Metropolitan Church. The principal address will be by Bishop W. F. McDowell. Secretary of the' Treasury Qlass probably will trive a I .brief address. Dr. C. F. Reisncr, of New York, chairman of the Minute Men who are making centenary pleas, also will speak. One-minute reports from the various churches on the progress of the drive will be made. SOLDIER HELD AS SLAYER ESCAPES GENEVA, May 19. Ah American soldier named Dix, who had deserted and was being held at Friboiirg on the charge of murderinjg an Italian, made- a sensational - escape today. His rearrest is expected soon. HYAHSJPNEWS Zantzjnger's Park Soop to - Be .Available as Recreation Center for Town. HYATTSVILLE. Md., May 19. It look's as thotfgb Zantzingcr's Park in West Hyattarille soon will again be available as a recreation center for this town. During the war the park was given over to the .raising of crop's. It is understood that the baseball diamond in the park will be put 'in shape shortly. The Hyaltsville basqbali team was defeated yesterday by the -Llnworth Athletic Club, of Washington, S to 6, in a game on the Monument grounds. Piozet and Wballey pitched for the local nine. The second Hyattsville nine split a doublcheader with the Langdon, D.C., team yesterday "on "the East Hyatts ville diamond. A delegation from the Odd Fellows Lodge of Capitol Heights is slated to visit Oriole Lodge, Odd Follows, of this city, Thursday evening, when the local. 'lodge will -confer the first de gree "upon a class of. candidates-from the visiting lodge. The mayor and town council of Mt. Rainier Is scheduled to meet tonight, when it is expected Mayor Boswell will announce committees for the year. 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