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Our faciftims aidd knowledp of Oitomatry tbough~ly queilies us O p aodiceto eye .serers. You need not hesitate in cossultiorg Us. Yo. no feel cer tain that. you Will get. tepqooer plasses at proper price. "LuncA r H OVEN I BEA with Tomi Johnny is next I ricane when he ing into the ho of Heinz Bake< Boy! he likes tb~ because his moe nourishing fooc is so husky and Heinz Baked] healthful and nu are godd to eat method of oven heat preserves goodness --and Tomnato Sauce le flavor that give perfection. Make Hdinz Ba staple dish in yc ing. Always ke ply on hand Ones of the FRAAW.To ,UP HERMR l FORCE NREGA flON Reduction i' Infantry and Clvary Unit. ?LI.Junen 14.-The ream be.p& tior of t e whole weneh army on a pak fdoting 'is at presept being contemplated by Minister of War IIartbmo He a. 90 elaborating a scheme whereby the Pa army oDuld rwpidly be transformied in taoe of war. Important mediXOetions are to be Mae. There Will be a Meakd dimi muti" of Infantry and CaveT units and- an increase in the air fords. teas colosIal troop are to be stationed in Prance, though in time of war they will be brought Over. Certain .eleMents from North Africa. however,. will. coutisue to re ceive Instruction in leradee. The artIllery stregtft of. the freach army is also to be Inereoaed en siderably. Aecording to the-new prejeet there will be 13 regtents of ilifantry instead of, 173 as on the &het of January, 1911, sixty-seen pegiments of cavalry instead ' of eighty-nine. 101 artillery regiments Instead of eventy-flv, flften regiments of on fit t ENS thing to a hur i comes burst use__for__ameal i eas.Oh em ndi' :hrgve i l thtJhn healthy Ben aea nd- ag and thmsurm keIen h Irhm ok m I-nta n '.,MARY DOL RAH E', the St weuaa ts be AsAstattaIset thIf sie h eauger rewpest*s of theis rineers Instead of ieven. sixty air beervation ' aeadrons - instead of en. 140 11ghting escadrilles as g4anst ten. and twenty-six air. hip er e4ti" balloon compamies nstead of roor. TIbe 8wres represent the fol swing numpr of man: nfan try ...................267,480 .vlry ........ ... ... . 0 rtillery ................. .104,469 gineers..................... 31.776 ir Service .................2061 ledifal Supply and Trans.. ... 46.2U6 To theed numbers must be added a olonial army of 40.000 and 100.000 agula army men. The bill ais ails for the creation of special astruetien schools. The army re arve is made up of classes lib rated *poe their term of military ervice i completed and these are ot inelue4d. in the above figures. -oeee--ee-e---T WT -T S RED" SCHOOLS TEACH POLITICAL ECONOMY RTGA. June 14.-By order of the Ex. cutive Committee of the Russian ooples' Commissioners. institutes or training "Red" professors of po tical economy are being established i Petrograd and Mosoow. To be dmitted a tudent's application must * Mndorsed by recognised Bolshevists nd he must pass an examination in lartian literature and prove to be rell versed in the writings of Karl farz and Friedrich Engels, Lenine. lucharin. Plechanow. Steklow, Cu ow ana Kautsky. Graduates will e appointed professors of political conomy and materialistic history. AFAYETTE SOUVENIRS FOR PARIS MUSEUM PARIS, June 14.-President Miller nd. in the presence of Hugh C. rallace, the American ambassador: I. Guisthau. minister of marine, and 4neral Malleterre at the Army Mu eum in the Invalides, accepted a 'ift o ffurniture and other mouve irs of Lafayette presented by Leon rd Rosenthal. a Pajis merchant. The articles came originally from ho Chateau de Chavaniac in Au ergne. where Lafayette was born. War Relic in Scalp. WICHITA. Kan.. June 14-George L. Clark. traffic policernan. has a ow souvenir of the war which rasn't brought overseas in a truck rkit-beg. It is a piece of shrap el the miso of a small buleet which ecently was removed by a surgeon rem Clark-s scalp. The piece of tetal found a home in Clark's anat mY two years ago during the Ar one battle. He suffered a num or of other wounds at the time. N~d *e~ks After S Rub De FOR BATl It ehould 1 an athlete, to e eeneation that give uro. He Fu11 PLat si musce. andh condition. $ ~ALCORI aeed to buy for 'alcohol doce, b refreehing' e~ec It is non-poiu Every After hatkinf shaving ; for ethileti spirig idea) for pep- , wonderful Nsa &ais U. S. 'INDU M--A Las.... 65;QRAE F'IJLS GIVEN DIPLOMAS AT HYATTSVILLE Walter Tyler Page, Author of American Creed, Makes Ad. dres to Young Otaduetes. HTATTSVILIU. Md. . June 14. Fatty-eve graduates of the Hyatts ville Elementary Schuo' received di p-oma" last night at the commence &ent exerese&. held In Company F Armory. The children will enter the junior high school. The addrese and prescutation of di rom8e was. made by Walter Tyler Pee, author of the Americah Creed. Cbarles W. Clagett prealded. The in vorstin was by the.Rev. J. K. Strong "'d benediction was pronounced by the Rev. Louto P. Chastain. The speakers were introduced by X. Winship Wheatley, Jr.. and the wel come was delivered by Margaretta West. The class history was recited b/ Virginia Sturgis, aid the closing speech was by Walter Richards. The iusical part of the program was exceptionally good. The class sang Emmett. "Lullaby" and a med ley of old songs. Piano seleetiens vtare given by, Elisabeth Hollings worth and Frances Hoopes. Ardley H!art and Robert Baber played a vio l'n and masdolin duet The quotation. "Three things a man Is mest likely to be cheated in--a horse, a wig and a wife." is from Ppor Richard's almanac. Of All Kinds Re-Strn 75c to $1 SEABRIDCE JEWELRY CO. 74 9th St. N. W. TED MILK is asty and appetizing as well as very nour ishind, Insist upon Blorden's at your diui 4 trenuous ExerCise wn with -HNG AND MASSAGE * part of your daily habit as ipenience the cool, refreshing an ALCORUB rub..down will pe take the kinks out of your eps your skin in the pink of 3 is the same pure product you batingandmassage. It does ratate thg skin as mnedicated twt has istead a softening, and Dfnous but non-drinhable. lay ALCORUJB Uses and or namge;delightful after iealids, conyalesoentasn 1 for bathing tired. aching feLt g, ge. Ponle Phaie.o 5TRIAL ALCOHOL CO. P, en. eu ~ Weqdg Standard Apron 14C Yard Standard Apron Gingham11 1 in various olse ches; war ranted fast indigo blue. June Dei A Broadside of Extraqidinary ture sales throughout the entire sto visit to the store will give you a c saving importance. 16e Cambric, 101c Yard 86-inch White Cambrie. a une close-wov9n grade with soft nish, for summer needs. pivot 11,10e. 45c Pillow Cass, 31c 42z36 Bleached Pillow Cases. made of pillow case tubing. TIet R10se. .a 50c White Gahrdine, 29 A beautiful yarn meroerised qeailty. verT popular for wolnen's and misse' summer suits and skirts; 36 imches wide. ____.,sa .,..r. 20c White Nainaok 14c A fne, eloe-uoven, soft-fanish quaity for lingerie weer; 36 inches wide. 75c Whits Organdie, 5 Very fine sheer quality with beautiful transparent fnish; made of finest selected combed yarn; 45 inche wide. 59c White Skirtings, 38c White Novelty Skirtings with mata mer cerised stripes and plaids; 36 inches wide. vtoet 3s.w. 2% White Linene, 19e White Uinese Suiting, a heavy lines-fnish grade, for suits and separate skirts; 34 inches wide. Frt gser. Women's Crepe Kimono., Special $1.48 Women's Kimonos of good quality crepe. in pink, blue, lavender and rose: loose-fitting models with belt and collar; full-cut sizes. Pteet Fler. Dressing Sacques, *1.39 White Lawn Dressing Sacques of one qual ity. with set-in sleeves, trimmed with em broidery and tucks; all sizes. Tird Fiser. 39c White Organdie, 28c Beautiful sheer quality that washes and wears splendidly; 40 inches wide. First ie.r. 25c Dress Ginghams, 15e 27-inch Seersucker Stripe Dress Ging hams. warranted fast colors; fine quality for women's and children's wear. First Fleer. 15c Unbleached Sheeting Cotton, 91c 36-inch t'nbleached Sheeting Cotton, good round-thread grade; strong and firmly woven. First Fleer. $1 Seamless Sheets, 69c 72x90 Seemlees Bleached Sheets, classed as "run of th.- mili" and are imperfect: heavy round-thread quality. First Fleer. $1.75 Longcloth, $1.19 36-inch Longcloth, a fine chamois-finish quality, warranted full 10 yards in each piece. First Fleer. 50c White Voile, 28c 40-inch White Chiffon Voile, extra fine sheer two-ply quality, with beautiful chiffon finish. First Fleer. 35 White India Linon, 22c 40-inch White India Linon, snow-white bleached, very sheer and fine. First Fleer. 89c All Wool Serge, 55c 36-inch All-wool Stornm Serge, double twill quality, in navy, copen. brown and burgundy. $1.00 Mohair Sicilian, 69c 50-inch Mohair Sicilian, the lustrous dust pronf material that gives such good service; black, navy, brown and gray. First Fleer. 50c Printed Voilej, 29c Beautiful Printed Voile., of extra fine two-ply quality, in a ho,,t of charming effects, including polka dots, scroll designs. foulard pattgrns, checks. etc. ?.ight and dark grounds. Perfect quality wash fabrics. 7k Slk~4,~~Frt Fleer. grond ithk-M ifed Voiles, 39c 4 36-inch Printed Silk-Mixed Voiles, in dark grouds wth eautfulsilk stripes and plaids. Exceptionally sheer, fine quaitty4 with chiffon finIsh. First Fleer. 45-Inch Plain Color Voiles, 29c 45-inch plain color Chiffon Voile. extra fine sheer gru'ade. in such desired shades as lavender. pink, old Cose and copen. First Flee?. 39c Plain Color Organdies,4 28c Plain Color Organdies, in -all the wanted street and evening shades: very sheer and fins woven: made of selected combed yernas. Note the widt-3 inhs is Fleer. $9e Silk-and-Cotton Pongee, 46c 37-inch Tan Pongee: a silk-nd-enttonl fabric, with the appearance and effect of all-silk ponree- yee Fleer. 25c Ginghams, 19e Yard 32-inch Plain Color Dress Ginghams. in warranted fast entera of con, gray, tan. pink, green and navy blue. First Fleer. T s r AT nonstrati Barpins for Wednesday in this gret -e. thit forcibly demonstrate our gre ear conception of the magnitude of 36-Inch 29c Percales, 17c Yard wide Percales. in light and dark grounds; high count quality, in a large asostaneat of stripes. checks, dots and nest 11gures. FPrst Fler,. Sxi108 $2.25 Sheets, $1.59 Note the etNi large size--1z108 inebs. Seamless Bleached Sheets, of extra heavy round thread quality. Fgrst FI.e. $2.00 Bed Spreads, $1.38 Crochet fpreads for three-quarter bed: In Marseeiles Patterns. First Fleer. $3.50 Bed Spread., $2.59 Pull Double aed size White Crochet 9preads, In heavy raised Marseilles designs. First Floor. $17.50 Grass Rugs, 9x12 Ft., $9.85 Those are. verZ Ane quality Grams Rugs. in the newest combination effects of weven brgr and centers, with beautiful steneiled designs of green, blue or brown colorings. Reversible and durable-the ideal rugs for sumer homes. ,z12 ft. room sipe. Every one perfoct quality. Fearm Flor. $5.95 Grass Rugs, $2.95 fi, ft. room size Stenciled Grass Rugs, of good heavy weight; double-warp grade-the close woven durable kind that render splen did service. Choice of oriental, medallion and neat border designs; for indoor as well as porch usm. Fearth FVer. $17.50 Fibre Rugs, $12.95 Hodges' best grade "Rattanta" Rugs, in size 7 ft. a by 10 ft. 6 in.. also Reversible "Cherokee" Fiber Rugs, in size 8 ft 3 by 10 ft. 6 In. Handsome medallion, oriental and neat border and carpet designs, in every wanted cploring. Fearth Fleer. $15.00 Dress Trunks, $8.75 36-inch else Canvas Covered Dress Trunke. with deep covered tray. heavy dowels and corners; jimmed with brass finished side bolts and lock. Made for %Zsvel. Anticipate your vacation needs and save money. Fourth Fioor. $2.00 Chiffon Taffeta, 35 Inch, $1.59 35-inch Colored Chiffon Taffeta, superior heavy weight quality, with beautiful lus trpus finish. all pure yarn dye silk. The colors are Midnight. Navy. Brown. Gray. Jasper Blue. Jay Alue. Orchid. Wisteria. Taupe Reaeda Tan, Mais. Light Blue. Cardinal. Qjd Rose. Wlte and Black. Firt Floor. $2.00 Figured Silk Foulards, $1.59 36-inch Figured Bilk Foulards, all pure silk quality. firm woven and beautifully finished. Navy blue. brnwn and black grounds with styl-i-h white and colored designs. Firgj Fleer. $2.75 Mattlasse Sport Satin, $2.29 34 and 40 inches wide. Handsome Matt lasse Sport Satin. extra heavy, rich lustrous finish, in white. pink, gray. tan. coral. copen and black. First Fler. Boys' 2-Pants Suits, $11.45 Suits taken from our regular stock of higher priced garments and reduced for the June Demonstration Sale. Strictly all swool fabrics. in Lde newest Norfolk models; both ppirs of Knickers full-lined and taped. Bises 7 to 17 years. Thine Fleer. Boys' $2.50 to $3.50 Straw Hats, $1.29 Rpecial purchase of a manufacturer's sam, tIe line of Boys' Tine Grade Strsw Hats. n all the newest and most wanted shapeq For summer year. For boys from I to 10 rears of age, Third Fleor. $2.50 All Wool French Serge, $1.69 50-inch All-wool French Rerge. firm-woven louble twill grade; black, navy and brown. First Fleer. Canister Sets, $1.09 White Japanned Canister Bets. cnisting f four pieces-for tea, coffee, sugar and lour-with hinged covers. Basemeat. iirls' $4.00 Middy Dresses, $1.98 ('lose out of manufacturer's surplus lots f GIrls' Flne Middy Dresses-Fsshioned of zoellent quality chambray, in pink, blue nd green, with white collars and cuffs. raid trimmed, finished wi~h silk tie. Made rith deep heme and yokes. Perfect quality rarmnents. Blus 6 to 14 years.f Third Fleer. f iirls' $4.50 Middy Dresses, Girls$2.98 G's Co-Ed" Two-piece Middy Dresses, t f White L-onsdale Jean, otf excellent grade nd blue material, with red ties, flat taped b raid trimnied: silk emblem, on sleeve: with rddy or pleated skirts. Slues 6 to 14 ears. 1Thid Fleer. $1.49 Net Laces, $1.00 72-Inch Cotton Net and PoInt d'Esprit. of V Kceptionally fine quality, in whitesand cream. First Fleer. 52.49 Net Flouncings, $1.54s Handsnme Bilk E~mbroidered Net Flnunc ugs. in navy, gray, brown. henna. mellsand 5 lak; - inhs.a wideA. Fi... Floo. 25catb Bathiag Caps' of pure rub . -.e. ia.hdieg Uving ;qs all the msew uhappes age t eted 'esoer ombIegws. on Sale! t Campaign of Underselling. Fea Iter v$lu-giving policy. Only a the occasion and its vast money Boys' Panama Suits, $7e95 Cool .4d COfort.ble Summer Cl.tbq. o boys. **lja well-tifored of light weight PanMna cloth, in tan, oxford gray and greeb. Sloes I to 17 years. ___YtsE PFser. $2.50 and $2.96 Bathing Suits, $1.95 Wjie jvs bathing Suits. of splendid . ty s Sateen and Cotton Jersey Moth The Sateen Suits with short slEeves or sleev91eqs. collar or collarless styles; The Jersey uits with bloomers attached and contrasting border of red and white stripes around meck. waist and bottom of skirt. Bise. 86 to 44. - so" Fleer. Women's 50c Stockings, 29% "'iswich" Brand Mercerised Gauze Lisle Steekiags, semi-fashioned and with mock ack, tan and gray. First Fleer. Boys' 50c Underwear, 19C Boys' Separate Garments. includingWhite Balbriggan Shirts and Knee-LAngth 'Pant., also Poroakuit Nainsook Shirts an4 Knit Union Suit. Broken sixes. Clothes Lines, 50 Ft., 32c High-grade Cotton Clothes Liaes. very strong and durable: 50-foot lengths for 9e. Bameseet. Glass Wash Beards at 59c Glass Wash Boards, in strong wood frames. Basenmest. Ironing Boards, $1.88 Ironing Boards made of selected lumber, on strong folding stand. Basement. Bread Boxes at 89c White Japanned Tin Bread Boxes,. roll-top style. Bseiesmt. Mrs. Potts' Sad Irons, $1.22 Mrs. Potts' style Bad Irons, eomplet, outfit. consisting of three irons, stand and handle. Basement. Garden Rakes, Special, 33 Twelve-prong Garden Rakes, with long handles. Basement. $3 Step [adders, $2.29 Step Ladders, well made of selected lumber; tach step strongly braced; 4-foot size. Basemat. 12.25 Wash Boilers, $1.44 Heavy Galvanized Iron Wash Boilers. with !nld wood handles; large size. No. 8: made for service. Basement. 98e Tea Kettles, 69C Gray-Enameled Tea Kettleh, &-quart trade sise. asegenat. Boys' $2.50 Wash Suits, $1.89 Brand New Wash Suits, made of guar Lnteed fast color wash fabrics. In the mopular "Dutch Daddy" and Miady Models. "ood assortment of desirable patterns. Sizes 3 to , years. Tir Fleer. 5-Ply Garden Hose, $3.79 25-font lengths of 5-ply Garden Hose, com slete with combination brass nozzle; fully ruaranteed. Basement. 89c Straw Brooms, 67e IFive-string Brooms, made of corn straw: ery good quality. Baesent. Lawn Mowers, $7.59 Grass King 'Lawn Mowers, with steel lades; easy running. Bammotnt. 9e Scrubbing Mop for 53c Scrubbing Mops with long handle; well made; large size. Bemeent. Boys' Khaki Pants, $1.00 Fxtra good quality; full cut and well made: ises 7 to 18 years. Ftrut Floor. 1.00 Madras Blouses, 87c Madras Blouses with attached collar. in a ariety of nest stripes on white grounds, izes 7 to 16 years. Firma Fleer. Boys' Bathing Suits, 59c Boys' California Skirt-model Bathing Sutt, ri blue and maroon; sizes 28 to 34. Third Fleer. Boys' Wash Suits, 88c Well-known "'StohewalP" Brend Wash Suits ror boy.. of R to 8 years; mada, of warranted ast-color wash fabrice, in plain white and olors. I First Fleer. 59e Grass Runner, 39c Double-war p Stenciled Grass Runner, with ipe-bound sides: 27 inches wide; excellent 'idth for stair or ball runner; green key order. enerth Fileer. White Indian Head, 24c White Indian Head, of good weight and a uality that has the appearance of real linen: ery popular for women's and children's ear. First Fleer. 2.00 Silk Stockings, $1.35 Women's Rlsek Ingrrain Silk Stoek ings, with am back: also Pure Thread Silk Stockings, white, suede and navy. These are full samleas and perfect quality. What Fise.