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Wholesale and Retail
Topics of Interest to Every Womai
EDITED BY JULIA CHANDLER MANZ.
A BEAUTIFUL PLAYGROUND
Br FRANCES SHAFFER.
If Your Rag Rugs or Bath
Mats Need Washing
We Can Do It.
517 10th St. 1114 14th St.
Phone North 282-3
I wish every city might hare a. renro-
ductlon of what Is known In Denver as
the Elltch Gardens, which constitute a
great clvlo playground, uniquely combin
ing entertainment, natural beauty, and
a clever business enterprise.
This summer entertainment park Is the
venture of a woman, Mrs. Mary Elltch
Long1, who some years asro Inherited an
apple orchard, .a truck farm and a
mortgage. Her dream u to establish
recreation center which wnuM -vi.M
richly In the way of business returns,
natural and transplanted beautv. nlentv
of wholesome diversion, and a moral tone
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OXFORDS AND PUMPS
$2.50, Special This Week
Home Shoe Company
3300 CA. AVE.
The best dry cleaning plant In the
city "A Home Industry."
Will dye your linen suit a different
769 9th Street N. W.
(Phone St. 1152.
All goods promptly calledfor and
All a Woman's Work.
It "sounds like a bit of Idealism, be
cause the keynote of the whole plan
suggests purity of atmosphere and pleas
ure for the masses without a trace of
rowdyism or a hint of anything that
might lower the standard of the gardens.
But It Is Idealism so well mixed with the
practical that It has succeeded, and for
sixteen jearstne gardens have fur
nished a wholesome playground for big
IPiK ana lor iiiue ioik alike.
And a very beautiful playground It
must be In the springtime, for the apple
orcnara is rignt In tne heart of the car-
dens, and the mass of dainty blossoms
Is no small part of the charm of the
But Is not all natural beauty, for Mrs.
Long has gathered together what Is said
to be the largest menagerie west of
Chicago, presents fine symphony con
certs, and at her summer theater It Is
the high-grade stars who delight the I
great throngs. In the one feature of
the theater the ideal and the practical
meet on very pleasant grounds, for while
sucn artists as Sarah Bernhardt and
others In her class figure In the dramas
that are offered, the general admission
price Is Just 15 cents.
And there are other diversions, all
with an eye single to the maintenance
of a normal atmosphere so pure and
free that mothers msy feel quite safe
to send their girls and boys, unat
tended. If need be. for recreation In
the gardens which have come to be ac
cepted as a beauty spot. In the high
The whole place Is alive with bloom
from springtime to fall, and potted
plants and all sorts of beautiful ter
dure spring up everywhere.
Patronised by Rich and Poor.
No liquor is ever served on the
grounds, and the public dance hall
la conspicuously absent.
No wonder the gardens are patron
ized alike by prince and pauper: no
wonder there are basket picnics on
the grass or under the apple trees
and no wonder the little ones flock
there by the thousands to take Dart
In the games, the folks dances and
ether dlvertlsements provided.
For men. women and children
every city in the world feel the need
of a big breathing spot where there
Is a combination of beauty and purity.
where they know they will not brush
against the coarse and the com
mon, where they feel safe to send
their young folk and where enter
tainment Is offered at a nominal price.
Primarily. Sirs. Long Is In business
for the money there Is In It: but
when she took that apple orchard
and the truck farm and set about to
evolve a "garden spot for ordinary folk
to enjoy, at ordinary prices and with
a guaranteed moral atmosphere, she
did something rather more than plan
a big business venture. And she has
a right to be proud of its success.
Employs Hundred of 'Worker..
For there Is something about a
recreation spot of that sort, with Its
oeauurui setting and all. that some
how inspires folk to lle up to Its
standard. Mrs. Long employs hun
dreds of workers In the gardens and
It Is no small thing to have carried
the venture to Its present point of ac
ceptance by Deners populace, but
the most satisfying feature Is that the
men, women, and children with their
love of entertainment and of recrea
tion, have come to pin their faith to
tne gardens and to feel that hey be
long to them.
And If It Is well for her that the
gardens grew from the apple orchard
and the truck farm It Is no less an
advantage to the city of Denver to be
sure of a beautiful playground, free
from all taint of coarseness and In
reach of the masses, who cannot al
ways pick and chose.
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THE CONTEST ENDS TO-DAY
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513 12th St. N. W.
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S. M. CARROLL.
3164 Georgia Aveaue. Col. 1334
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY,
EMBROIDERIES AND LACES
MRS. J. A. MOUDY.
3430 Georgia. Ave. N. W.
LARGE STOCK OF SCHOOL, SUPPLIES
Cover Your Furniture
. JAMES TROSKEY
R. 1695-M 1451 P SL . W.
Estimates cheerfully furnished.
BREAD and PIES
2106 Pa. Ave. W. 25.
HOME COMFOBT bCRCBBI.NO."
MACHINE, one of tie ent wonderful
tnratiooa of the age. Self-nidftnr. seli-
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backache. TOD hat for mis. Tomw.
old child can operate, tt. For me an ssj
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HOME COUFOHT OO.,
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PHONE MAIN 6463
Hfgh-class traceries, Meats, Proriv'eK
WAUL CO. . 2841 K ST.
The Ideal Man Contest," irhleh has
proven so popular, ends at noon to
day. I do not rnry the Judges their
talc of awarding; the two cash prixea
because I shall turn over to them this
afternoon hundreds of meritorious es
says from which they must Select the
tiro ?rhtca seem t ram a-rt i-i ,
will probably be far Into the slant
readlnar descriptions of a legion of
"Ideal Men. Then to-morrorr they
will brine; to my deaTc the prise win
ning; letters, and Sunday you will
have them In The Ilerald'a Page for
Every Woman, and also the name of
the prise winners.
In the meantime, here are further
descriptions of the "Dream Mani
The Ideal of a
My Ideal may forever be a dream man,
but I hope I shall meet him. He has
black hair, slightly curly: he Is athletic
In build; he has a good, honest face,
hlch shows a lot of character. His
eyes are his best feature: they are blue,
brave, sober eyes. He Is good, kind, and
generous to every one. He Is also very
kind to dumb animals. He Is ery lov
ing and trusting, and !s not Jealous. He
will always stay at home nights, because
he loves his wife and home: and be will
think his wife is the only woman In the
world. Do you think my ideal does exist,
or Is he only a dream man?
S3 Writ Mita Street, Sfaanton. Vs.
Must Possess All the
Qualities of Good Breeding.
I think a woman's Ideal of a man
should be governed by good qualities en
tirelythose which usually constitute
good breeding, because these are the
qualities which characterize the ideal
This Ideal must possess a good educa
tion; be ambitious In Industrial, finan
cial, social, and moral progresses In life
to attain tne standard of modern time.
His mind must be attended by sturdl
ness, diligence, and precaution to cope
with his Industrial duties. In all, he
must have confidence.
Financially, he need not be rich: but
be saving, reasonably generous, shrewd,
and alert to business opportunities of
the present day.
Socially possess good manners and be
Physically he needn't be good looking.
must be healthy, robust, and wen de
veloped, appreciating physical culture.
especially to an extent to maintain health
to perform his dally duties.
Morally he must be honest, bear
good character, and lead an upright life.
True to Himself,
His Country, and His God.
This is my ideal husband . manly
man true to himself, his country, and
his God. Such a man -will be a good
and loving son and brother, a loving and
kind husband and father, a good neigh
bor, and a useful citizen.
what a blessing to every pure and
noble woman could she have such a man
for a husband.
Does Not Expect
To Be Perfect.
My Ideal Man must be a man and gen
tleman. Yet, I do not expect perfection.
He must be religious, as no man can be
true to his chosen partner unless he fol
lows "The One" who has civ en to him
nu lues companion.
I want htm to look upon his house as
his "Haven of Best" Yet. no man can
oe satisfied unless he has his own sex.
Those will be alldwed him. A man who
does not keep his troubles to himself, hut
allows me to share his "troubles" as well
as ms pleasures.
Some one whom I can look un to nnri
feel proud of my life's chosen partner.
v. nose one aim in lire is to cast-ont good
Influence, and. live for those who love
Of course, every one Ilke's a handsome
man; yet, what does looks amount to? I!
prefer a good, clean character, so that1
when life s "pathway" has ended. It can
besald, 'He hath done what he could "
This Is my Ideal of a man. one who
does not hae to sing hi own praises,
but makes his mark so in life that "glory
and honor" -Bill be his without the ask
ln' L. A. R.
Ir Wall C.
All Things Worth While.
I bat uk tor lor. Ar
All rba win ratlr follov
From that hand abort, dear.
That aolda na in iu hollow.
Lore will ikii Iff oar starts.
And max. our Urea RbUme?
If wo care to ecmlo tlio heicnta
"Twill tMch oa bow to dims.
Then wbnx w
And In our harpy nomr. dear.
Trill alwara bo the Utht.
Twfll ahlne forth from the wtndowa,
Coerrlns the barrier, lone.
And what comfort It will bo
Glowing on oar hearthstone
Twill bo a flerx furnace
In which wo both shall star
Till we are aa refined jold.
The dross melted away
And. so I ask for lore. dear.
To bind ns heart and soul.
And bring ns after this Ufo
Safelj wlthia the fold.
Must Be True to
Mother and Sister.
My Ideal of a man Is one who first
shows honor and loe for his parent
respects their wishes, and if he has sis
ters, treats them and gles them the
protection all women need, and If a
widowed mother, stands by her when h
most needs It. A man who will neglect
a mother will never prove a faithful hus
band. I want business sbtlity. and a
man true and honest In all his home
and business life. That would be a hus
band I wish.
, MAItr .GNES LATHERS.
Common Sense Is
My Ideal man must have common sene
no matter what else; that is essential.
Everything go's smoothly where that
abounds. That means a man who doesn't
stoop to little things. He looks past and
steps over them, and has a pleasant
word Instead of a growl during his time
wnn nis xamiiy ana, or course, cleanli
ness goes with all this, or It wouldn't be
worm me time given to writing It
Lnwrn Fet Postponed by Rain.
Because of the Inclement weather. It
was impossible to hold the lawn fete
and supper, which was scheduled to take
flace last night on the Library r-rnn...
at Chevy Chase for the benefit of the
-nurcn oi me blessed sacrament. The
fete, 'which was opened Tuesday "night,
will come to a termination thi ...
tng. Those In charge would continue it
to-morrow night but for the big pub
lic meeting on the school situation, which
Is to be held In the Library at that time.
The charming frock here Dtured Is
designed for the miss and sma woman.
It Is an Empire model, with te closing
at the left side of the front fhe waist
Is made vlth the body and pper part
of sleeves In one and the sklrtis a four
gored design. In the dress sown blue
linen was used, with th iurMin -ni-
lir and rolled back cuffs of rhlte em
broider)'. Pattern. Xo K7S. Is cut It sires It,
16, and IS years. Medium ati will re
quire 4 yards of 36-inch materal
The pattern can be obt.itn.w4 hr- .
lnc 10 cents to the Pattern Deprtment of
mo unsningion Jierald.
School Hoard to Discuss Oinrari,
Charges against the administration of
the public schools will be givn consid
eration at a meeting of the Bosrd of Ed
ucation next Wednesday aftern.on at the
Franklin School Building. Th, meeting
will be the first of the new board. Mem
bers of the board refuse to dlicus any
of the charges until a public tiearlnsr !
granted them by Representath e Itedfleld.
The Columbia. "X
With a luxury of surroundings rarely
equaled on the local stage, the Colum
bia Players will next week be presented
at the Columbia Theater In an elaborate
revival of Clyde Fitch's cleverest play.
rHer Great Match." It la a play In
four acta that was first produced In
New York at the Criterion Theater, Sep
tember 4. 190G, with a great cast of met
ropolitan favorites headed by Maxlne
It Is a pretty romance, set amid pic
turesque surroundings, that has as Its
principals a dashing American heiress.
"Jo" Sheldon, and H. It H. the Crown
Prince Adolph of Eastphalla, whose sac
rifices for the object of his adoration
is sure to appeal to an American au
dience. Indeed, while the theme nf th
comedy la International marriage, it is
handled In a manner that cannot fall
to afford unalloyed pleasure to all.
Charles Klein's big, gripping, vital
story, "The Lion and the Mouse," has
been selected as next week's offering
by the Poll Players. This so-called
dramatization of the life of a great
American money king has ranked for
scen years as the most fascinating
stage story written by a modern author.
Its striking portrayal of a battle of wita
between "the richest man in America."
and a young girl, who. in her fight to
save her father from disgrace, defies
the power of the multimillionaire, makes
jne L.ion and the Mouse' a rre,it hu
man drama that will anneal to nnhnm
generations of Americans as potently as
i umro to auaiences or to-day.
Tho Klein play elves the stronr mm.
pany at Poll's Theater a wonderful op
portunity for fine acting.
Patrons of the Belasoo Roof Garden
re being given extra measure for their
money this week, for Instead of the
usual six reels of klnemacolor nlrtur.a
the producing company In New York
sent donn nine reels Tor this week's pro
gramme. One of tho most Interesting
the subjects. "A Modern English
Poultry Farm," requires to reels to
cover Its range from wee chick to ex
hibition fowls. The other subjects, as
preIoualy advertised, are "Niagara
Falls," "The Rebel's Daughter." "Ani
mal and Bird Studies." "Golfing in Eng
land." and "Relew of the Troops" The
extra two reels are "The Unveiling of
the Queen Victoria Memorial" and a
trlklngly Interesting trip through the
famous streets of London.
The subjects for next week, beginning
Monday night, are 'Tulip Study." a
beautiful floral subject. "British Naal
Review." "Wild Birds of Asia," "Inves
turo of the Garter at Windsor." "Re
gatta Week at Cowes. England." and
I'Lord Kitchener Reviewing Egyptian
The roof garden is open nightly at 7::J0
o'clock. The klnemacolor performince
begins at S 30 o'clock and Is presented
until 11 o'clock, so that late comers are
enabled to witness the entire perform
ance. A popular priced matinee Is ghen
on Saturday at 3 o'clock in the theater.
r THE BUSY CORNER V
Odd Wash and Silk Dresses
Formerly Priced $7.95 to $20
Now, Choice, $3.90 & $6.90
Beautiful Dresses these to be sold at really less than cost of ma
terials to close all out NOW. The hand-embroidered linens In the scarce
blues and pinks have been very much admired; then, too. charmlns
styles of silk, striped voiles, and ratine. All are late styles all are ap
proved styles. Every size will be found In one style or another. Sea
these in Dress Store Second Floor.
ON STREET FLOOR BARGAIN TABLEa A lot of Jo 95 to 111.75
Silks and Wash Dresses, odd garments, but one or two or
a style to be closed out at the ridiculously low price oi,
In the city, and will delight patrons of
the house with Its accuracy. The entire
house will be reserved for the occasion,
and tickets may be obtained from the
box office of the house.
The Juvenile Metropolitan Minstrels,
probably the greatest favorites that have
ever appeared at the Cosmos Theater,
will be the attraction of pre-eminent
merit to head next week's bill In an en
tirely new musical tabloid comedy en
titled "The Seminary Girls." The act
will be presented by Ray Dooley and
her double quartet of talented young
sters, who need no Introduction to a
Miller and Mack, of Gertrude Hoff
man's dancing combination, will be one
of the specially enjoyable features of
the bill In what is described as the
swiftest dancing act known to the stage;
Marcoua. of European fame, will pre
sent a noielty shadowgraph offering that
Is declared one of the best of Its kind;
Tom O'Brien, knovin to hners of min
strelsy of old. with Madelyn Lear, will
appear In a comedy concoction of song
and laughable repartee, while the Ben
nett Sisters, billed as "The Three
Dianas of Vaudeville." will present a
sreclalty in a class by Itself.
Sundiy there will be the usual big
conctrt from 3 to 10 Jo p. m , by an
enlarged orchestra, offering choice classl-
' n.pl,TtU. nrmMetY .mrMilv tnr fhi fW-
caslon, together with unusually attract
ive film features.
naaebnll at the Columbia.
Baseball will hold forth at the Colum
bia Theater Sunday afternoon, when the
game between the Washington and
Cle eland clubs will be reproduced In de
tail upon the newly Installed electric
board at the comfortable F Street play
hou. The board Is one of the best
Elks' Carnival nt lona Parle
What If you can't go to Coney Island
or Atlantic City this summer? They will
be brought to jou by the Washington
and Alexandria Lodges of Elks, by whose
combined forces a carnival of fun will
be given at Luna Park, beginning Mon
day eenlng. July 3. and continuing
through August 4
Ther are no more capable funmakers
than the Elks, and their merrymaking
proclivities could not be better gratified
than at Luna Park, where innumerable
amusement devices have teen installed
to amplify the park's natural ndantages
as a recreation place The Elks will sec
to it that the fun Is forthcoming, and
to make assurance doubly sure will con
duct many Independent special features.
In addition to those already Installed, de
vised solely for purposes of hilarity.
To Insure cool and comfortable travel
to and from the park, ten-minute car
sen Ice will be in force each evening, be
ginning at 7 o'clock. In both directions
between Washington and Alexandria and
Luna Park. A consideration of prime
importance Is that admission to the car
nlal will be free.
Fireworks, will be the attraction to
night at Glen Echo Park, and an Inter
esting display Is promised. In addition,
the usual moving picture show and other
features will be Included In the free ad
mission to the park.
The growing popularity of the resort Is
best shown by the heavy attendance dur
ing the last few weeks, and the thou
sands of children and grown-ups who
visit the park dally are proof enough of
the management's claim that at Glen
Echo there is amusement for alt In the
dancing pail!on the spotlight numbers
will be In evidence every night Charls
O. Mills" orchestra will furnish the music.
Sunday afternoon and eenlng there
will be another of the series of concerts
by the Soldiers' Home Band, which hao
proed so popular this season.
To-day at the Plaza a strong drama.
"The Triumph of Love." In two reels.
will be the feature p'cture. Advance ac
counts of this film de luxe Indicate It to
be one that In story and climax Is un
usual. Other pictures of scenic and
comic subjects wlU be shown: also "Tho
Little Midget." a picture of unusual In
terest. Each day the Plan, shows some
picture of special Interest, and announce
ment will soon be made of some very
special productions that are to be shown.
Receiver for Store.
Walter A. Johnston yesterday was
named receiver of the drug buslne's of
Rudolph H Reh. Seventh and E Streets.
Justice Wright fixing his bond at WV').
The court order is based on a oluntarv
petition in bankruptcy, fled by Mr Reh.
who lists his debts at i9 5). and esti
mates his assets at KSS.U. of which
amount JS.5M represents the valuation of
the stock of drugs.
Annt Sally's Advice
to Beauty Seekers
K. C F. asks: "Will vnu tll m ..
to get my hands white and soft? They
hae become rough and are riv ;.
contrast to my arms." The method
mentioned In reply to Elolse will bring
the desired results; wear gloves to pre
sent soiling the bed linen! v
D. N. A, writes: "How can I reduce
a double chin? Also get rid of crowds
I?1!,',?, ,a wail L'0"?" Prepared
.ipt-.w'ifh n.azeli. TWs HBMens the
skin, tending to disperse wrinkles as
l if """ arjoui me chin or
Eloise says: "My freckles are worse
than ever this year, made doubly con
spicuous by a pallid complexion. Is
there any cure?" Ask your druggist for
nn ounce of mercollzed wax. anDlv
morning with warm water. As the wai
gradually absorbs the lifeless cuticle
not only will the freckles vanish, hut
the new and younger skin whtrh ,..,. Zz
w I have a. healthy color. Probablyyou
will need to continue treatment a, week
or more. Woman's Realm. i
10c TOILET SOAP
2 for 6c
THIS COUrON and 6c for TWO regu
lar 10c cakes of Armour's Benzoin and
Buttermilk Complexion Soap. (H.)
10c TALCUM POWDER
6c a Can
THIS COUPON and Cc for regular 10c
box of American Violet Talcum Powdr,
delicately perfumed. (H.)
'IT PAYS TO DEAL JtL AT GOLDEN BEROS
SEVENTH AND K THE DEPENDABLE STORC
COr SILK HOSIERY Women's Pure Silk Stock
ings, with lisle garter top. double sole, and high
spliced heel and toe. Choice of black, tan, fC
sky, pink, and lavender. Regularly SOc rtC
pair. Sale price fceVV.
5c LAUNDRY SOAP
2 for 6c
THIS COUPON and 6c for TWO regu
lar 5c cakes of "Lenox" Laundry Soap.
2 for 6c
THIS COUPON and 6c for TWO regu
lar 5c cans of Sardines, packed In oil.
WOMEN'S HIGH AND LOW SHOES
CLEAR-A WAY OF FOOTWEAR, fcl 1Q
Worth $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, and $3.50, $1.11
In this gigantic closing out of Summer Footwear we have included all the broken lines and odd lots from
our regular stock all of which are marked at a figure sensationally low. A golden opportunity for you to buy
Summer Shoes at immense savings.
The lot includes White Canvas, Button Boots, White Canvas Oxfords, Pumps, and Sailor Ties; high and low
heels, with or without straps, also High and Low Shoes, Oxfords, Pumps, Colonial, Sailor and Gibson Ties in
the following leathers: Russia calf, patent colt, gun metal calf, vici kid, suede, and velvet. With and without
straps; high and low heels. Hand sewed and hand-turned soles. This season's newest and most approved stjles.
Xot all sizes of each style, but sizes from 1 to 8 in the lot. Sale price, $1.19 a pair for qualities sold regularly
at $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, and $3.50.
SSe Sheets 81x90 Seamless Bleached Sheets,
double bed size. Extra heavy sheeting; fin
ished with deep hems. Worth S3c each. cn
Sale price Oi) C
1T3 Spreads 11-quartcr Crocheted Bed
Spreads, double bed size. In a good assortment
of heavy raised Marseilles patterns. qq
Worth $1.39 each. To-day at .0,c
10c Ginghams 18-lnch Dress Ginghams, In
a large variety of stripes. In light blue, Alice,
tan. pink, rose, gray, ox blood, &c. Warranted
fast colors. Sold regularly at 10c 73-
yard. Thursday Bargain Sale price 'A-
9123 Mescaline 7 pieces or 42-Inch Satin
Messallnes, white. Ivory, emerald, Copenhagen,
national, garnet, plum. &c. All silk heavy
rich satin lustrous quality. Worth J1.2S on
yard. To-day at 'c
15c Madras White Mercerized Madras, ex
tra fine quality. Sold regularly at 15c "73
yard. Offered for to-day at 4
12V4c India Llnon 30-Inch White India
Llnon, extra fine sheer grade, bleached to a
snowy whiteness. Thursday Bargain Sale ol.
1.1c Snlsa Dotted and Embroidered Swisses
In a large variety of neat designs.
Worth 15c yard. Thursday Bargain Salo Q3
3e Linen 36-inch French Oyster White
Linen, a superior round thread grade, og
Sold regularly at 39c yard. To-day at. . . '-cc
50c Serge 44-Inch Storm Serge, close woven,
hard twisted quality; In black, navy blue, a a
and brown. Worth 59c yd. To-day at .C
' UKc Cambric Yard wide White Cambric,
a fine, soft finished quality. Sold regu- 73
larly at 12 He yard. To-day at C
10c Cotton Yard wide Bleached Cotton, a
close woven quality, free from starch.
8old regularly at 10c yard. Offered for o3
one day at uc
59c Sheets 81x90 Bleached Sheets, -with
welded seam; double bed size. Made of close
woven sheeting. Worth 59c yard. Sale AC
Mnalin Curtains 200 pairs of fine quality
Swiss Curtains, dotted and figured effects, with
hemstitched ruffies, also plain with tucks and
fluted ruffles. 40 Inches wide. yards
long. Worih JUS and 11.50 pair. Thurs- 70
day Bargain Sale price 'c
Mnttlng Ruga 6x9 ft. Japanese Matting
Rugs, light and dark colorings, in floral and
medallion designs. CIoso woven, smooth
finish straw. Worth 12.00 each. To-day QE
KjOO and IC30 Covers Heavy weight S-4
size Mercerized Tapestry Table Covers, large
tassel fringe on all sizes; also Oriental stripes
Tapestry Couch Covers, 60 Inches wide, 3 yards
long. Colorings of red. green, blue, and
tan. ' Worth 32.00 and 32.50. Offered for qo
to-day at tfC
51.00 Shirts Men's Neglige Shirts, of mad
ras ai.d percale; coat style, with cufTs attached.
Neat light and dark effects Worth 31.00 on
each. Thursday Bargain Sale "Trice OJJC
Union SnU Men's "Porosknlt" Union Suits,
of nainsook and lisle. Athletic and regu- aa
lar styles. Values worth 31.00 and 31.50.. C
SOc Ho Men's "Onyx" Pure Thread Silk
Half Hose, made with spliced heel and toe.
Black and colors. Worth 50c pair. To- rir
da at "C
Men eckwrear Men's Pure Silk Accor
dion Knitted Neckwear, In two-toned effects,
with hobble and cross stripes. Values worth
up to 32 50. Thursday Bargain Sale 70.
IVIndo w Screens Hardwood Extension
Frame Window Screens, with steel centers.
30 Inches high, open to 37 inches. Sale QQ
91 Damask Scarfs All-linen Damask Bu
reau Scarfs, two yards long, extra
length for buffet use. Regularly 31.00. KA
Sale price , ouc
ft Pattern Cloth Hemmed, Mercerized
Damask Pattern Cloths, In a variety of neat
'patterns. S-quarter size for largel tables. fiQ
Regularly 3100 each. Sale price. VOZ
25c Aprons Women's Gingham) and Percale
Aprons, with and without bibs. Round 17
style. Regularly 25c each. Sale price -
SOe nreanlng Sacqaes Special lot of Wom
en's Dressing Sacques, of good quality lawns
and percales. Light and dark coMrs In pretty
designs. Low and high neck styles. 07
Regularly 50c. Sale price .'-
J.OO Jardinieres Fancy Majolica Jardinieres,
large size. In a variety of new and at
tractive designs. Regularly 31.0CV Sale RQ
price ( uac
50c Preserving: Kettle Seamless Enameled
Preserving Kettles, with ball handles. 30- no
pint size Regularly 50c each. Sale price ...t1-"-
50c Carpet Brooms Extra quality Five
string Carpet Brooms, made of selected broom
straw. Spiral wire bound. Regularly 50a OQ
each. Sale price 4i"-
93.00 Umbrella Jan Fanoy Majolica Um
brella Jars, in new designs and color
ings. Large size. Regularly 33 00. Sale CI 4Q
price .v .-sv
9XSO Refrigerators Japanned Nursery Re
frigerators, galvanized Iron lined, with nickel
plated faucet. Large size. Useful for
the bedroom. Regularly 33 50. Sale 2.49
50c Bier nollers Seamless Enameled Rlc
Boilers, four-pint size. Sold regularly OQ
for SOc each Sale price "-
fS.00 Wash Boilers Extra Heavy "XX3C
Charcoal Tin Wash Boilers, with copper bot
toms and patent cold handles. Sold tl 1Q
regularly at 32.00. Sale price ?l.iO
50c Garden Spade" Steel Garden Spades,
with long handles, strongly made. Regu- 5J
larly 50c each. Sale price .001.
60c Wash Tubs Heavy Galvanized Iron
Wash Tubs. 20-Inch size, with drop handles:
double coated. Regularly SOc each. Sale OQ
91.23 Table Damask 72-inch All-Linen
Bleached Table Damask, in four attractive
patterns. Good weight and superior 7c
quality. Regularly 31.25 jard. Sale price... --
91 Long Klmonoa Women's Full-length Ki
monos.' of fine quality printed lawns, made In
Empire and plain back style. Choice of light
snd dark colors. All sizes Regularly 7Q
31.00. Sale price oc
(Second Floor Kimono Dept.)
T5e Middy Blouses Children's Norfolk Mid
dy Blouses, made, of white cannon cloth, trim
med with navy blue collars and ties. AQ
Not all sizes. Regularly 75c. Sale price .1ac
50e Combination Suits Women's fine qual
ity Nainsook Combination Garments, trimmed
with lace edging and ribbon. All sizes. OQ
Regularly 59c Sale price .
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