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WKDXESOAY, JITY S, 1!13 A Slumming Trip With "The Firat Lady of The Land" Who is Trying to Save the Babies iThe Economy 21 n A - ' v-' ' , : Ay -JW ' v.V . V 1 i 'ir:'."--v. v ; T. J'- .::wi.:,? W-' J g----5:y -:. 1 4 0' ft Staff f!orrr.pon(lrncp. WAHHINdTON. July 1. Tho big whlt hou.f; tourinp car drew up un der the portico of the executive man eior.. The first lady of tho land. Mrs. Voodrow Wilson, stepped into the automobile. With htr were Mrs. James Pinciiot. n.other of (lifford Pinchot; Mrs. K. 1. Iticknoll. wife of tho Kcd Cross otfic lal; Mrs. Archibald Hopkins, society woman of Washington, nnl a tall man of 50. A tfa party? A rid- through beautiful Kock Creek park? A reception at tome foreign em bassy? No! An inspection, first hand, of somo of 27.' filth-breeding, crime-breeding, death-breeding alley slunm of "beau tiful Washington!" Tho tall man was Rep. Hon Johnson of Kentucky, chairman of thr con gressional committee of the District of Columbia the man whoso "yes" or "no" says what you c;n or what you cannot do in Washington. Mrs. Wilson has declared that tho norrible alley slums of Washington must kd. Hence, the personally con ducted visit of Chairman Johnson. "Pig" alley, "Lfouse" alley, "Goat" alley and "Tincup" alley wero all visited. A thin woman holding a tiny baby In her arms .sat on her door stop, watching the party without interest. "I see you have a new baby a girl?" she was asked. "Ycst." ghe answered, wearily, "and I'm sorrv. I wish it was a boy." "Why?" "Because a girl can't grow up good In an alloy." Mrs. Wilson found a large family washing hanging out to dry across one end of the alley. Happing back and forth directly over a huge pile of garbage, from which rose a swarm of file. "The washing of practically all the well-to-do people of Washington is done by wo.'.icn who live in these al- v ' . . . .' - ' A .' fv ;y . . -w .,. ' , - 1 v i 1 .... -v- ...,,.,7 ;Wot.;.. ;, ' y A -Vx. ?T ,:, . -w-. ,.:,;.:.: V15 . J i A . " 5 TIT . : : ::'.,.-.M :.y AROVK, A N'OTSOMK ATJ.F.V SLUM X( )W BKIXG CLKAltEI) OUT CAPITOI, PITII.DINO IN IlArRTdlOlTXI). 1!KLU, A LLKV XCJZXK. SHOWING HOW AVi;ALTUY IOPLiK'S WASHING KS DONE. leys," Mrs. Hopkins explained to her. "Heaven alone knows what disease gerrns are taken up by the clothing." After visiting the second alley Chairman Johnson turned to Mrs. Wilson, with serious face, and said: "Mrs?. Wilson, I've seen enough, I am convinced. I will agree to any thing you want done." He askej how many human beings lived in these alley slums. "Sixteen thousand," Mrs. -Hopkins answered, "of whom 10,000 are ne groes and 6,000 whites." And she added: "The death rate for babies under one year in the alleys is .17:1 for each 1,000, while outside it Ia 158 for each thousand. In some of the alleys half of them die the iirst vear." ASKS POLICE HID TO FIND MM Mysterious Disappearance of Frederick Borga, Retired Manufacturer Left His Home Seven Weeks go. NEW YORK. July 2. Friends of Frederick Borga, retired mattress manufacturer, who six years ago had a factory at 8 First av.. Manhattan, learned Monday from his wife that he Borga said that her husband he spirits, and she account for his mysteriously disappeared seven weeks ago, after saying that he was Koing to Manhattan. Mr. and Mrs. Borga lived in a cottage at Far Itoekaway, for which they paid $::o,ooo. Mrs. ay hen she last saw wa.s in cheerful said she could not lone absence. She has asked the police to search for him and also has engaged the Burns detective agency to try to lind her husband. Beyond the fact that he started for Manhattan and that his clothes were marked with the initials "F. B." Mrs. Borga has no cIoav to give the police. She does not believe that Mr. Borga met with foul play, and yet declares that he never before absented him self from his home. She says that at tho time her husband left their home at Eastern av. and State st,, he had Avith him $5Sfi. From his bank she has learned that he has cashed no checks. Mrs. Borga told the police and the Burns detectives that she desires to of fer a reward for informationoonecrn ing the whereabouts of her husband. Mrs. Borga consulted her attorney, Samuel W. Blumenthal, who has of fices in r,." Nassau St., Manhatton, about the idea of offering a reward. Mr. Borga is 4 0 years old, and is five feet six inches tall. Ho weighs l.p0 pounds, is clean shaven and has brown eyes. Ho wore a dark gray sack suit Avhen last seen by Mrs. Borga. ACTO AMBCT-AJfCE SEHYIC3B HIRAM C. KRIEGHBAUM f UN At. DlttEOTOn 1 nn M. 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Drop into the office or write for mil information about Tiie LakeTripTliaS Mas Equal Chicago, Duluth & Georgian Bay Trans. Co. R. C. DAVIS, Cen'l Mgr. 109 W. Adams St., Chicago Weeks Cruises June 28th to August 30th Ly. Chicago, Sat. . 1:30 P.M. 4 1 t 1. 1 tt fK tan.MMit Macu:naC Sj,, dun, tn-uu noon Sauli St e. Marie, Sun. . 8:30 P.M. I Ft. William, Hon. . 5:30 P.M. Duluth, Tue. . 9:00 A.M. Houghton, Tue. . 9:00 P.M. SaultSte. Marie, Wed. 12:00 Noon CoIHngwood, Thur. . 7:00 A.M. Owen Sound, Thur. , 2:30 P.M. Mackinac Is!,, Fri. - 7:00 A. M. Ar. Chicago. Sat. 6:00 A.M. - -j V 15 1 IIAC X J Mi T s Irk i fl AID) TO J! If You Prepare for the 4th at This Store for the Savings Will Be a Big Help. Come Here Thursday foTtEe Best Values TtiMsday Specials iroiri Dry Goods S)ep9t Women's Gauze Lisle Union Suits, fine ribbed, perfect fitting; best 5oc grade; Q,n Thursday for suit J j? j Women's Gauze Vests, bleached Swiss ribbed, tape neck; all sizes; 10c values, 7 for each lb Women's 15c Gauze Vests, all sizes, fl A sleeveless or short sleeve, for only 1 UC Children's Gauze Union Suits, bleached Swiss ribbed; 25c kinds, for J.C9(u 50c SILK HOSE, 25c. Women's Silk Hose, with lisle garter top, high spliced heel, double sole; 50c value, Sitrs fUU pair Women's Gauze Lisle Hose, fast black, seamless; 'Run of. the Mills" of regular 15c kinds, gj for pair Jj Children's Beach Rompers, all colors; best 5()c grade, made right and fit perfectly, sQi for onlv 3M Children's Parasols,' best assortment in the city; all colors; all sizes, at from ; 0!Q, ioc to ytjij Hair Nets, large size, invisible net; all colors; 5c kind; Thursday each Hair Nets, with elastic, all colors; large size, for only 150 Umbrellas, American taffeta top, paragon steel frame, hardwood mission handles; CQ $1.00 values, Thursday for each 3 Jj Low Prices TiioFsday on All KEAPY Women's House Dresses, per cale or lawns; S1.00 iCfl value, for 0? C Wash Dresses at Si. 00, pretty dresses, trimmed in a variety of attractive styles with bands "and piping, lawns, linene and percale, itf:.51:.5.0 1.00 Best white and tan Wasli Shirts, cool garments for summer wear; SI. 50 value CJC Children's White Dresses, em broidery trimmed, sizes 6 to 14; S2.00 values, (Tj J g( Thursday ipl.UU Children's fine White Embroid ered Dresses, all sizes (T A A S4.00 value, for i$U I? S2.00 Jap Silk Waists, plain i?or.".!:a:..$lA9 -TO-W A TTT Id Women's Lawn Combing Sacques, all sizes, a big assort- nient to select from; 1 choice lUC Sl.5o Lingerie and Voile Waists, all sizes, for OQr women; sale price C Women's Fine Lawn Kimonos, neatly trimmed; S1.00 value's 0 C Women's Dressing Sacques with shirred waist line; J 25c value; all sizes JLCC Women's fine White Petticoats with deep embroidery llounce; Sl.oo value, Thursday C Fine Summer Dresses, cool and airy, white lingerie voile, with rich laces and embroideries; also SIS' $4.50 SALE TffURSBAY SHOE Prepare for the 4th Here. It Will Pay You. 2,000 pairs Men's, Women's, Boys', Misses' and Children's Shoes Oxfords and Pumps, on sale Thursday at Great Savings., Men's and Boys' Furnishings at Low Prices Men's Outing Shirts, in plain colors and stripes, soft French collars, cool and comfortable, ACr also dressy, for only Men's Summer Underwear, Balbriggan or Poros knit, shirts and drawers, all sizes, A e for garment & tf Men's CJarter?. all color?, made Tvith pads same as the "Paris," one in box. 1fp only, pair Men's Sample Hose, plain and fancy colors, fine mer cerized lisle, sold up to 50c pair, now for, pair . 15c 500 pair Men's Shoes and Oxfords, lace or but ton, good styles, all sizes, in patent leather, gun metal, vici or tans; S2.50 values, Thursday for pair, Misses' and Children's Shoes and 1 and 2-strap Pumps, in Patents, gun metal, vici kid, white can vas and tans; si::es $y2 to 2; regular Sl.75 and 32 values; Thursday, pair, Women's Vhite Canva; Pumps 2-strap, all sizes, from 2 to 8 ; very much in de mand just now; a veal S2.00 Pump, Thursday foi pair One lot odd sizes Wo men's 2-strap Pumps and Oxfords, in patent leather, gun metal, suede, brown velvet etc; regular S3.00 and S3. 5o values, on sale Thursday for only pair, Women's Tan Pumps Just received a large ship ment of these pumps; all sizes and widths; regular S2.5o values, On sale Thursdav for E3 49 Men's Union Suits, fine ribbed or porosknit, all sizes, C4 to 4 6, for only. AQr .suit 4jc Men's lino ribbed, bleached pauzo Union Suits, perfect fit ting, all sizes; $1.00 values, fcr suit ...69c Hoys' Union Suits, porosknit or fine ribbed, all sizes; short fleevos, kneo length; Oln for only, suit Boys' Wash Suits, all styles, all colors, made of Galatea cloths and striped and plain In dian head; all sizes, at Ifle and 98c Save Money oh Housewares Jelly Glasses with Thursday, dozen cover; worth 25c dozen; 17- 11 Sprip.tr Mop Sticks. Qp worth 15c, Thursday ...... L,arge sir.e Bread Boxes, worth $1.00, CQo Thursday 0 Triple Coated Blue Granite Dish Pans, larpe size; worth 65c, Thursdav 39c Fancy Splint Market Baskets, extra heavy double splint bas ket; worth25c; 1 fl Thursday 1JJC Brighton Bench Wringers, pruaranteed for 5 years; worth ST. 50; Thursday gg Imperial Crepe Sanitary Tis sue Toilet Paper; worth 10c roll, Thursday Oi 3 for , Turnout Alarm Clocks, irood time keepers; wortn COn $1.00, Thursday UiC Hardwood Clothes "f Pins. Thursday, dozen 1 To Reduce Grocery Bills, Trade Here. Supply Yourself for the Fourth. Fresh Country K-gs, per dozen Armour's Picnic Hams, per pound 22c 13c Fancy Head Rice, Qn d Ou per pound Bon Ton 1-1 our. per sack 2-1 5c cans Snider's Pork and Beans for. . . . 10c can Mustard Sardines , Fancy lUd Alaska Salmon, per can m-half lb. P.m.kel's Pn-mium Cho'-olat .... Climax Macaroni or pach-tti. pku-s for... Faney Japan Ta P'a n n i n zf. p' r pound... 1 pound Peaberrj' Santo.? Coffee for 65c 25c . 8c 18c 17c 25c 15c 27c Jeilvcon Pure Fruit Flavors. ?, cans fr .. 1 dozen Sour pjeko for ..25c ..5 .n".n"?..... 25c n Pur- Cidr OCr for Jb ..19c Quart jar Manzanilla Miw for 1 rallon Pur- Cidr in-i-'ar 1 pound Fancy Full rrr;im Cb'-es--. pound ... Armour's Totted l Ap Ham. j r '-an 1 pound cm Armour'. - ''orn 1-ef 20c "2 CHORUS OF CHINESE SING ENGLISH SONGS Adilrc:cs Arc Delivered at Second World's Christian Citizen Conference. Chew of Canton, China, on "Chris tianity in China." Dr. Ti. F. Coyle of Denver spoke on the "Morrnan Menance." TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS AIT() KILLS MILLIOXAinF. t CHICAGO. July 1. 11. F. Schu tz. 45, millionaire grower, was killed' early Tu-.sd:iy in an auto:r.o!t;ie acol- dent. On' of the front tir-s rolled j off and turned the car r somersault, j TORTIND. Ore.. July 2. A chorus of 350 trained voices compos ed entirely of Chinese, sininc an thems in Knclish. was a feature of! Tuesday niunts session or the Sec ond World's Christian Citizenship conference here. Following the fcins- VOICE Elton B. Crepeau will accept pupils in the art of voice place ment. Italian method. S03 N. Michigan st. Home phone 101S, Y1USICIA.NS Wanu-d 12 younc men lxnwcii the as- of 10 and '21 to leum to llay trombone and cornet. Cla- opnw Jiino 1st. lroposJtlon g-ooi until July 1st. Logons free. Ad drr? News-Times, Box CS. YOU'LL LIKE THE KiaiBALL P1AWO Easy Terms or Cash Write for Catalogue. B. M. COX PIANO UOUSE 31G S. Michigan St. n i 1 Inij carte an address by Paon 4