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SIXTY BABIES AKE CARED E0I1 Children's I)ipenary Is Joins flood Work In Helping Mother In Hot Month-. Earnest workers In connection with the children's dispensary on W. Di vision t. are doint,' great service to little tots about the city. Their ef- TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1013 n w r li A 11" Day Wednesday Will Be Featured as the ! I Mightiest of all Bargain Days at WMd$&$$ It ing them well and comfortable during u the warm weather have earned the appreciation of many a mother and have been the means of saving many a life. The chief aim of the dispensary Is to lessen infant mortality by remov ing the children as far as possible from the dangers of preventable dis eases. In order to do this they un dertake to prescribe for each child a particular diet, and, if necessary, to - .... 1 t prepare food and administer meuicai aid free of charge. For vcase.s of illness where a close observation of symptoms is necessary, special apartments have been prepared where the children remain during the day under supervision of the nurse. Attending physicians examine tho children who are brought to them ri;iil v :iml orescrlbe for them accord ing tn their needs. A visiting nurse t Is sent to the homes of the children to see that the doctors orders arc: properly execuieu, anu iu utaisu m adding to the comfort of the little ones. The promoters of the dispen-J eary do not confine their services to ! any particular locality, but desire to ! reach every home in the city where : their assistance Is needed. Al present mere are uooui v m- fants being attended by the dispen- ' ary staff and the number is steadily: 'increasing. The doors are open from j 8 in the morning until T, in the even- i lng. Miss Bailey, the nurse in charge, has lately secured an assistant, which enables her to give personal atten tion to the care of the children at home. Dr. C. I'. Hansel, medical director. Doctors H. M. Miller, It. L,. .ensen Jch and XV. I. Owen render their ser vices free of charge. The dispensary is conducted by the Hospital association and it receives no support whatever from the city. 1 ' j iL AiL Ji A1L A V .J AL JS A V 1 ; : ' "i ! 11 ' r a REV. CHAS. A. DECKER LEAVES ON VACATION Hcv. V. i:. Soarcs Will lo in Cliar-o of l'irt . RaptUt During His Absence. pastor of began a - I. f. vacation after Itev. Mr. Rev. Charles A. Decker, the First Kaptist church. three weeks' summer the service Sunday night. Decker and his family left the city Monday. He will visit relatives in dif ferent parts of the state. In the absence of tho pastor, V. E. Soares, his assistant, will have charge of the services. Mr. Soares will preach part of the sermons and it is probable that another preacher will assist. lie j will have charge of all midweek ser- j vices and of all of the church busi- j ness, ordinarily tanen care 01 oy me pastor, during the three weeks. M ONE SIDE WAS BUT THE OTHER WAS NOT Senator Clarke a Two-I'acfxl Man When 1W is Called From the Harbor SI 10 p. i WASIIINCTOX. July 21. Sen. Clarke, president pro tern of the sen ate. faced that August body Monday with half a shave. Vice Pres. Marshall was out town and as th" bt lis were tinUIim the call for assembly Sen. Clarke wasifi comioriaiuy sireicneo oui in a cnau in the barber hop and was warned by pages that the senate w;vs without of if n; i a presiding oilicer. The senator hur riedly wiped the lather frmn his face and bolted for the chamber. The republican side saw h'm clean shaven: the democrats viewed a day old whiskers. it: WILSON REFUSES TO DISCUSS CONDITIONS ambassador to Mexico." Henry Ime 1 Wilson, arriveil here frmi Vera Cruz on the steamer Mexico Monday even- lac. He was greeted by the acting mli.ister to Cuba. Hugh . (libson, f Col. Herbert J. Slocum. military at-':, tache of the American legation, and i , the military aide of Pres. Menocal. ' On account of extreme weariness ' the ambassador decided not to come ashore. He will proceed by way of j Key West Tuesday morning to Wash-! ington. He declined to discuss Mexi- L can affairs or the object of his visit j . to Washington. if it MRS. EATON LOSES FIGHT TO GET PAPERS H 1 to L it if Attorne-s Trleil to I'oret States Unomer its Hand Hof)ie Trial is Start eil. I July 22. Mrs. Jennie' ti Katon. charged witli having f il t TIOSTON. May mrirdered her husband. Hear Admiral Joseph tJ. Katon, failed Monday in en effort to force the government to show its hand before hr trial in Oc tober. The court denied motions made by her counsel to compel the district attorney to furnih him with 1 a transcript of the grand Jury te.ti- mony to grant access to all exhibits L to be ned at the trial and to furnish a bill of particulars as to what kind ( of poison was used in the alleged tl murder and how it was administered. h UMI I !OIX AT CI lUnT t vviLi. v 1 01 1 hi curvnani Personal Workers Secured Nine Cn ervs on Sunday. Arangements will be made at a' meeting to be hold Tu-silay evening V by the Personal Workers' leag'ie. for it conducting special services at i:ikhart ' next S'unday evening. Services were! I held at Munson chapel Sunday night, jf which were in charge of the leri'iie I As a result nine c onverts came for-j FT will 'il 1 m Tomorrow another big Wednesday. Really, a bigger Wednesday, when you'll see the newly prepared and specially relowered economies which shoppers of the day will glory in. Visit us Wednesday morning or afternoon. I It is near time for many departments to move into their h new, enlarged quarters that is why Wednesday will be a won derful money-saving day. Hundreds of specially prepared bargains await you. Hundreds of New Rock-Bottom Economies Summer Silks Now Tre mendously Reduced ri n .FASHIONABLE DRESS SILKS rfc 5Hf.F0RMERLY 8c, $1.00 AND AHll OUW$1.25 A new material of this season's manufac ture. The hest style in Printed Foulards, Striped Messalines," Jaquards, Dolly Madison Silks, Gras de Loudre, Etc, Wednesday's price 39c yard. NEW WASH SILKS, $1, $1.25 REGULARLY, 6Sc YARD. f3eautiful 3 2-inch Silks in satin and printed stripes, particularly suitable for shirtwaists and men's shirts. YARD WIDE NATURAL PONGEE; WAS $1.25 89c. An exquisite silk for waists, dresses and dust coats at an exceptional Wednesday price vard, 98 c. $1.25 SATIN CHARMEUSE, REDUCED TO 98c YARD. A superb quality in navy and taupe shades only. Yard wide. Wednesday price 98c yard. Remnants of Wool Dress Goods Half Priced All-Day Wednesday Materials of every description and in all lengths sufficient for skirts and children's fall dresses Wednesday Half Price. Special Sale "Old Bleach ' ' Linen Toweling "Old Bleach" Huck Toweling; 39c usual, 25c 30c 18-in. 'Old Bleach" Crash Toweling, 20c 35c "Old Bleach" Crash Towelintr; 22-iii., 25c EXTRA LARGE TURKISH BATH TOWELS Special, Wednesday, 20c and 25c Each. BROWN DRESS LINENS SPECIALS. 2 7-inch all pure Linen. !... .22c, 29c, 35c 36-inch all pure Linen, 22c; 25c, 29c, 35c, 50c Remember, We're open all-day Wednesdays Bed Furnishings Much Below Regular Prices Bleached Sheets, seamless, 72x90, 49c Bleached Sheets, 3-in. hem; 81x9() 59c Pequot Sheeting, S-quarter, 23c; 9-quartcr 25c S2.00 Crochet Bed Spreads; 72x73 inch, $1.50 S2.50 Fringed Bed Spreads; extra lare, $1.89 BUY BLANKETS NOW AND WHY. Because of the saving of a third on a great lot of Manufacturers' Samples, which were bought for a big fall" sale, we are offering the best bargains now and advise earlv selections Now priced at $1, $1.35, $1.67, $1.98, $2.69, $3.75 and up. A Special Clean-up Sale of Flouncings 45-in. Embroidery Swiss Flouncings 45-in. Embroidery Voile Flouncings 45-in. Embroidery Linen Flouncings Odds and Ends of lots that have been selling for S1.50, S2.00, S2.50L and S3. 00 a vard. Remnant Sale of INSERTIONS, EDGINGS AND FLOUNC INGS THAT SOLD FOR AS MUCH AS 75c A YARD. Odds and ends of the season's prettiest weaves are to go at a special Wed nesday clearance price of - M ft I0c DUTCH COLLARS AT HALF PRICE Wednesday, 25c Reduced from 50c. Hvrry one a pretty example of the newest in collanlom. Lemon ami batiste in beautifully embroidered patterns of I-'ntrlish eyelets and sol id embroidery. Some ;rettily trimmed with lace Insertion and edffes. II II Vfednesday , the Final Clearance Sale of All G arrnents Begins Garments at Rock-Bottom Tomorrow All that remains of Spring and Summer Coats and Suits will be placed on sale beginning tomorrow morning, 8 o'clock, at 'die final fig ure, the price which will soon bid them farewell. Note these: A Wind-up of all Spring Coats and Suits Ml $1 tots IS Coats The lot includes gray and tan mixtures and serges in the ma jority. These garments actual ly sold up to $ 1 5 each. A lot of the dependable cov- All $25 Coats All serge, bedford cord, whip cord, eponge, checks and mix tures. Coats that sold for as much as $25, Wednesday, $7.95. ALL $30 COATS $10. Any Silk, Serge, Bedford Cord, Whipcord, eponge or other novelty coat in our department can be chosen at this low price tomorrow. $10 LINEN SUITS, $3.98. The regular S 10 Suits are to be sold at this ridiculous price tomorrow because of approach ing moving days. New 36-inch Cutaway Coats. 'pilgg ert Coats with a few serges. A tll iffSfwti beautiful garment is now possi- ijj I; kTf ble for next to nothing. This lot includes all high grade Suits in our department. Wooltex and Max Rubel Gar ments of dependability. Assort ment is unlimited. $7.50 LINEN COATS, $2.98. Long or three-quarter length Coats in novel models, which, if it were not for moving; would be selling for $7.50. Wednesday's prioe, $2.98. REGULAR $5 SKIRTS, $1.98. All wool mixtures in tan and gray. Plain tailored models; well made throughout. In stead of $5 Wednesday at S1.98.. Get yours early. 6sc Chapman Bleached Muslin, Special 4 -quarter width in a well known Krade Special Wednesday, 6c ward. . i 1 v 39c Regularly now .sjKs A substantially made garment for strenuous house workers. Several designs. Nainsook Gowns f Always 59c now . Low neck, short sleeve, trimmed with embroidery, with laee. some others 39c Children's $1.00 Percale Dresses Dotted patterns in short sleeves and round neck models; 6 to 14 years. Children's 1.00 White Rompers Made of cross-bar madras; very well made throughout, for romp- ing kiddles. Hope Bleached Muslin. T ! 1! . . jiere is a radical reciucnon on a famous kind of muslin; 4-quarter width. Bleached i, yard 2C i ..49c Regular $1.00 SHp-cver Aprons These make an ideal work gar ment for they form a complete dress. New Kimonos to Sl.SS Regularly Fine serpentine crepe and beau tiful lawn kimono?. In several neat designs. Let of 25c and 35c Jabots Wednesday , Lace, net and embroidery trim med jabots in nobby styles Wed nesday, 15 c. UNDER WEAR & HOSIERY 9 VEDNESDAY ECONOMIES MISSES 50c L'XIOX HIITS, 25c. Light weight; tight or umbrella knees; drays seat. CHILDREN'S 23r (iAlZII WEAK, 15c. Vests and umbrella, knee drawers; fine quality. Slightly Soiled Garment at Il.ilf. Men's and- Women's undergarments at a low. clearance price. UOMKN'S 25r OAl'ZK VESTS. 15c. I'ine ribbed gauze ribbed veits; low neck: sleeveless. WOMEN'S 15c SHIELD-VESTS, 10c. Fine ribbed quality of Vests with Shields. MEN'S SOCKS. SI'ECIAL, 2 for 25c. Mph grade IIoe in black, tan gray and navy. 50 DOZEN WOMEN'S 50c UNION SI ITS, 3Dc. Size 4. o. G. 2ae cotton quality; lace trimmed. .MEN'S 50c I'OKOSKNIT WEAK 39c. Shirt and drawers in good sec onds of r0V quality. 31 EN'S 50cc LNDEKWEAK NOW 29c. Athletic garments in white and ecru Wednesday. M EN'S SUITS; $1.50 GIlADE, $1.19. White and ecru I uion Suits; short sleeves; ankle lengrti. MrnS Suit; JfJ.OO, 1.69 Grade. 1.23. Very finest of materials anil fitting Wednesday. fl.'Si. MEN'S 1.25 UNION SUITS, 9c. Springfield and StejtbeLson kinds of dependability. IM AM S 25c LACE HOSE. 5c Ualr. Fine black stockings In all sizes; Sj'cci.-il now, oi. CHILI KEN'S STOCKINGS SPECIAL, 2 UAIKS 25c. For lvs or girls; black and tan. Well reinforced. WOMEN'S TOC KING-S (SPECIAL, 2 TAIK 25c. Lightweight cotton ho-e In an or blacks : fine quality. WOMEN'S WAVNEKNITT HOSE, 35c PAIR. .1 Pairs for $1.00; summer shades; double heel. tos and scles. Women' Kootdlk stocking. 50c pair. A high grade quality; full fafhloned; well reinforce. 1. WOMEN'S M.C0 STOCKINGS, ODD LOT. 50c. Clearance of embroidered silk hose ia Mack, gray, and blue. 1 1 sJ Women's $2.50 i Bathing Suits . . . . i An unusual Wednesday price for thof-e who contemplate a week-end trip. Kayser's 75c SOr Long Silk Gloves . . . . J j 12-button length; black and white. Finger tips guaranteed to outwear the gloves. 6c Women's 10c Handkerchiefs Prettily embroidered handker chiefs of fine Swiss, Wednesday's price, 6c. Hinds 50c Honey and Almond Cream 39c 23 "Lona" Face Powder. 19- 50c Canthrox Hair Shampoo, 39c. White Aprons ) f Values to $1 ...... & $ Q V.ry prettily trimmed aprons that give so neat an appearance. Wednesday, 25c. $1 Princess Slips Wednesday at About 10 dozen will be placed on sale for shrewd Wednesday shoppers. 9c Up to $2.50 Royal Worcester Corsets . . Here's a chance for thos wish to take advantage shrselled stock reduction. 89c who our Regular $2.00 g Q Parasols, now . . . . JJ) 1 J. J Pretty white tyss of hemstitched and embro!der4 designs. Dur able and washable. 4c Apron Check Ginghams now A bip assortment of blue-check materials In fast colors. Wednes day, 4c yard. Scores of Unadver tised Money Savings i A Dept. Clear ancy of All Millinery COLORED TRIMMED HATS FORMERLY PRICED TO $12. Every Ready-to-wear Hat in our bi depart ment must go this represents not only a season-end sale, but a before-moving event; so you may know how determined we are to make such an offer. Many Pattern Hats in the lot; the htdst in fashionable head-wear Wednes day $1.00. ANY UNTRIMMED HAT, 50c AND $1.00. Just two lots are the smartest shapes divided into. Black, white and colors. CHILDREN'S AND MISSES 'HATS $1.00. Here are many particularly attractive Hats that sold for as much as S6, Wednesday $1.00. CHILDREN'S HATS NOW 10c, 25c, 50c. A big children's ready-to-wear day tomor row will be, for the entire department stock of trimmed Hats will sell in three groups, 10c, h 25c and 50c. REMNANTS OF NEW WASH GOODS Wednesday's Prices, 5c and 10c Yard. All lengths, all qualities, all materials, in grades that sold for as much as 5()c a yard white or colored goods Wednesday, 5c, 10c. i Si 1 1 Special Wednesday Sale of New Ribbons FINE SASH RIBBONS NOW 59c YD. This is a grade that is actually worth S 1-25- Pretty, printed Ribbons of 6 and 7-inch widths. f'i REGULAR 75c RIBBONS NOW 25c YARD, i A beautiful assortment of floral combina tions; 5 and 6 inch widths; Wednesday 25c vard. . '4 t i Wed. are Our Busy Bargain Days White Materials for New Style Petticoats Here are the materials which are so much in favor for Petticoats: Silk-and-wool Landsdowne; 42-inch, yd. $1.25 Silk Crepe de Chine; 24in. 89c, $1 ; 42in. $1.50 White Pi qucs and Bedford Cords; 27 in. 12V2c to . 19c Yard Vide Pique and Bedford Cords at . . .25c Long Cloth; 45-inches wide; fine quality, 25c Crinkled and Seersucker Crepe, no wyard 20c French Pique; 30 inches wide 29c and 35c il w -1 rl !! Emb. Voile Vaists $1.50 $3.50 to $5 qualities Pretty all white models with neatly embroi dered designing. A great quantity, which af fords a great'jelection ; from which to choose. New Petticoats Much Underpriced Wednesday NEW PIQUE PETTICOATS, SPECIAL $1.19 Here's the newest thing in White Petticoats; they have many advantages; scalloped bot toms. EMB. PIQUE PETTICOAT SPECIAL $1.50 A prettily embroidered bodel in these latest petticoats. ALL SILK MESS ALINE PETTICOATS SPECIAL, $1.98. A prettily embroidered model in these latest now $1.98. SILK JERSEY TOP PETTICOATS SPECIAL $2.98. Many prettv colors in the kind that will din x $2.98 REGULAR 50c AMOSKEAG GINGHAM PETTICOATS, 39c. 18c Pacific Mills Serpentine Crepe 1 18c Hydegrade Manchester Galatea X tof 2 5-f A Special Wednesday Sale of White Par asols; $2.50 Usually Now $1.50. Here'? th roal crtmfo rt-picc for tho hot, sizzl ing days. Some T'-l". u'hilf others havp two or three rows of embroidery. All. A-rib white frames; assorted handles. They'll po quickly Wed nesday at $1.50. i 11 H ward. Other conic up. fc;veiu! basinets ROBERTSON'S Business Hours: 8 to 6 Daily; Saturday until 10 O'clock ROBERTSON'S i 3