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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. SATURDAY. JULY. 27. 1912.
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OF NET AND CHIFFON.
PRIZE 'AWARDS WILL BE
First, there Is an underwaist of chif
fon Just tinged with Ink. This Is rath
ered to a satin cord around the neck
and veiled with a surplice waist of plain
cream white net Over this Is a bolero
of figured net In light ecru, covered
with crocheted pendants.
A girdle of the chiffon, covered with
the white net. extends around the back
of the waist, ending at each side with
a rosette of pink satin, the space be
tween these being crossed by folds of
the chiffon. The rosettes are also placed
at the neck, as shown, the bolero be-
ins slightly gathered under them. The
closing Is at the back.
" The "Ideal Han" Contest, which ended Thursday at noon,
proved one of the- most successful and interesting discussions
ever conducted in The Herald's Page for Every Woman.
More than seven hundred essays were read by the judges se
lected to decide the. prize awards, representing almost every State
in the .Union, which not only proves the broad extent of the cir
culation of The Washington Herald, but also the interest given
by its readers to every department. '
Tremendous eagerness has been manifested in the announce
ment of the prize awards, and publication of the prize-winning
essays, which will be found in this department to-morrow.
To make sure of securing The Washington Herald Sunday
you will do well to order it to-day.
FURTHER DESCRIPTIONS OF
FEMININE IDEALS OF MANHOOD
Almost any soft fruit may be used In
these, but It must be quite, ripe, the best
results being obtained from peaches and
bananas Beat two yolks of eggs until
thick and light-colored, and then add
gradually three-fourths of a cup of sliced
fruit, beating continually until all Is
blended. Add to this a tablespoonful
each of olhe oil (cr melted butter) and
sugar, one-third of a cup of milk, a cup
and a half of flour, sifted Tilth two tea
spoonfuls of baking powder and a little
salt. Just before frjlng fold In lightly
the stiff whites of the eggs and by spoon
fuls into hot fat. Dredge with powdered
sugar and serve at once.
Sift with one quart of flour set en tea
spoons of baking powder and rub into It
a large tablespoonful of butter, add
little salt, mix quickly Into a soft dough
with sweet milk. Half fill rinrs or tins
(about fie Inches across Is a nice size)
and bake quickly In a hot oven Let the
cakes cool slightly, cut them through
the middle, butter well, and divide into
four pieces. A nice luncheon dish and
one often served In England for breakfast.
Ladies' Patent Colt Gun
Metal and Tan
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."
ie your linen suit a dli
709 9th Street K. W.
Fhone M. 1153.
All goods promptly called for and
Cowns at Special Summer Rates.
513 12th St. N. W.
C HAIR TONIC C
Stops falling hair, relieves dan-
druff, soothes, and Invigorates.
Carter's Laboratory Co.
B08 FSL M. 7S1 B
Ask for Carter's Shampoo Cream. D
When the "Idealism" Contest closed
Thursday hundreds of csaaya submit
ted were turned oier to the Judges
to decide the prise awards. Ahlle yon
air.lt the publication of their deci
sions, rrhlcta will be contained In the
Sunday Usue of The Herald's rase for
Every Woman, I Trill publish a few of
the many descriptions received before!
the contest ended, of rrhleh the follow
ing; are some of the most Interesting;!
Saw Her Ideal
In a Dream.
'A would-be writer" sat under the oak
beside the spring, with pencil In hand
trjlng to draw a picture of "The Ideal
Man." but her fancy played at hide
and seek, and leaning against the friend
ly tree she fell Into a deep sleep. In her
dream all the men who had made lot
to her passed before her, each In turn
claiming recognition as the hero of her
dreams each of them she knew ranked
high In the opinion of her friends, and
jet when she looked into their ejes the
"Man" was not there.
At last the spring seemed a ast
rier, and the roots of the tree a frail
bark In which she was tossed from side
to side In the great stream After what
seemed a lifetime, and the boat was
rapidly nearlng destruction, she saw It
grasped by two strong hands, and safely
The man was tall, and broad-shouldered,
and athletic. His besrlng bespoke
the character who marched up to diffi
culties and oercame them. She could not
notice hts features, his nature repealed
Itself In eyes which were the Index to a
soul from which by the grace of God. and
his own determination, he had eradicated
the base and low.
As they talked each were filled with a
satlsfjlng completeness, and a rare ssm
pathy which each had long dreamed of
finding and never dared hope to realize.
He pleaded for her to be his Inspira
tion as he strove to do his part nobly
In the Drama of Life.
At last the woman drew out her pen
cil "You are My Ideal Man." she said
"Write me as that In your Dream
Book." he answered, "to others I am
Merely a Man."
TVhra and where thill I inert him. If rrrr.
And what the wnril he tnt l&ill Ult
How thall the barriers bow which aerer
Our kindred artrlts. be broken away?
Thra aelfMma wn on hhn la ihinlnc.
Shinies somewhere, the while I tine.
The coir one whom, mr will realcnlns.
Could 1 ever acknowledge mj Kins
Manr a face. hiTe I liked for a minute.
Been chained bj a roios with a pleaaant ring;
Bot erer and aye there wis mouthing in It.
SometMnc which could not be Hia-My Klrt'a.
Whether hii hair be golden or raren.
Whether hla eyea be dark or bine.
1 know not now. but twill be cflgiaren
On that pure day as my perfect hue.
demonstrative, not too deep to And Its
way to the surface Is hla affection for
those ha loves. He shows by word and
act how much he cares.
Ho doesn't have to worry about money,
as he has enough of this world's goods
to live In comfort alwajs. and thus place
his family In the position he desires.
Not ashamed to be called a follower of
the meek and lowly Saviour. He tries
to follow the Golden Rule. He belletes
In getting all the good out of life In an
Innocent and moral way. His friends
have great respect for him, as they know
he cannot be bought at any price.
How could any woman fall to be happy
witn a man like thlsl
Must Have Voice Like
Member of Poli Players.
I hae read the letters In the 'Ideal
Man" contest with much Interest, and I
want to submit my "Ideal Man."
He must be tall, broad shouldered, and
have steel-gray eyea He need not be
especially handsome, but passably good-
looking. I would have my "Ideal Man"
an athlete, fond of children and dogs.
and a man who can see the sunny side
He must be as brave and chivalrous as
the knights of old. and have a soft,
pleasing voice like that of Robert le
Sueur. Last, but not least, I would
have him a good provider
M. K. ALDRICn
TWO AUGUST HATS.
ELKS' REUNION HAS
BOY'S NEGLIGE SHIRT.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY,
EMBROIDERIES AND LACES
MRS. J. A. MOUDY.
3430 Georgia Ave. N. W.
LARGE STOCK OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Cover Your Furniture
Slip covers In latest materials and
R.1S95-M 1451 PSLN.W.
Estimates cheerfully furnished.
BREAD and PIES
2106 Pa. Ave. W. 25.
Ladies' and gent's furnishings. Down
town prices Iadies' and children's home
made garments a specialty.
S. M. CARROLL
DRY OOODS AND NOTIONS.
3J04GA. AVE. N. E. COU 1334.
HOME COMFORT SCHCBBINCV'
MACHINE, on of the meat wonderful
hrrentioos ef the asa. Self-xsJiisz, self.
crjtas: no wet handa. bo backets, bo
backache, Win laat for warn. Tto-nu-
old child caa operata 1L For Baton aas
asoc Bold snoer snanntea. S2.0O.
HOME CO1IJ-0BT tXX.
CO I2th 6L-N. K.
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He mar not be brllllanrlr sjflfd. mr kid.
And ha may he learned in errrythins.
But whenerrr be cctne. he will rtnke the dwrd
Whose celodr awikes to the hand cf mr Kins.
But he ranat ba cmrteout toward the lowlj.
To the weak and sorrowful; loving, too.
He mnat be courafeoua. refined, and holy,
Br nature exalted and firm and ttue
To. wch I enuM fearlely sire tbe keerisg
Of a lore which would nerer outgrow ita aprtEr.
Few team would the be of woman a weeplxiz
Did they Ion aach a man as mr King.
" IHGIMA "
Prefers Man Who Is
The kind of a man I would choose for
a husband would first attract me by his
pleasant appearance He would not nec
essarily be a handsome man. but one
whose face and manner would reeal him
to be honest, good-natured, and trust
worthy. He should be taller than I, and
phjs'lcally, as well as mentally and mor
ally", strong, to a well-balanced degree.
should prefer him to be at least two
years older than I. Books, music, and
orderly, well-arranged home surroundings
would be sources of mutual enjoyment
to us. An evening spent In reading and
music, with the patter of raindrops on
the roof of a cozy little bungalow, would
not De monotonous to him. He should
have a lively sense of humor, as I think
nothing so producthe of Intellectual un
derstanding and sympathy. He should
nae deep respect for all Women. He
must, above all. be a lor of children,
and together our own should be planned
for as earnestly deelred addition to the
home. He should be considerate of the
feelings of other, and never Intentionally
innicr. pain. Dogs, Kittens, horses, and
all dumb animals should find In him a
friend. My principal wish Is that he
be a home-Iovlng man, glad of company,
and willing to take his wife around after
marriage; but still mighty glad to spend
a quiet evening at home. Carl Schurz
said, "Ideals are like stars; you will not
succeed in touching them with your
hands; but. like the seafaring man on the
desert waters, you chase them as your
guides, and. following them, .you reach
your destiny." . In seeking my Ideal.
therefore, I do not expect to find a per
fect man, but if I am loved by one with
a few of these attributes I shall be happy
In my destiny.
Wants One of Mature
Tears, and Character.
My Ideal Man Is a man am mature
years, with gray hair and large, expres
sive, soulful eyes, medium size 'and ex
tremely neat and well-groomed, cultured
and up to date In looks and manner
with a aunny disposition, very generous.
ana una ana considerate of others. He
Is dignified without reserve, intellectual
without being egotistical. He Is hrv
and cautious, and has moral courage to
do and say the right thing at the proper
He Is honorable, truthful, and sincere.
He has good, honest, American blood
In his veins. ,He Is fond of home, and
his wife Is his companion, and he Is very
Some of the prettier hats show figured
organdie In their makeup. The one at
the top of the Illustration has this ma
terial for a crown, with a brim of straw.
Rons and ties of black trivet, faced with
green, are the only trimming.
The other hat Is a French design, made
of lace and trimmed with white ribbon.
Around the Inside of the brim is a row
of pink roses and smaller roses edge the
white satin hand.
MAY RETAIN RESIDENCE.
WnahtnKton MthKorr Not to Be Ex
pelled from Dominican Republic.
The expulsion of Washington Llthgow.
and American citizen, from the Domini
can Republic, has been averted through
the intercession In his behald of United
States Minister Russell, It waa learned
Llthgow's expulsion was ordered by the
Dominican goernment because of al
leged political activity. It was charged
that Llthgow has been sending exag
gerated and sensational reports of rev
olutionary disturbances now going on
In the vicinity of Puirto Plata, nhrr. .
resides, to a Xew York newspaper which
has alwajs been opposed to the American
rtceUershlp established In Santo Do
mingo by the United States. Llthgow
recently took his troubles to the com
mander of the United States gunboat
Nashville, who Informed Washington of
the threatened expulsion of the Ameri
can. Minister Russell was then Inxmrt.
ed to lmestlgate. and the expulsion order
was rescinaea ss a result of his efforts.
Event Will Mark Rejuvenation of
Friendship of lodges and lay '
Stress on Benevolent Duties,
A double purpose will be served when
the reunion of the Washington and Alex
andria lodges of Elks Is celebrated at
Luna, Park next week.
The event will mark the rejuvenation
and quickening of the close friendship
that has existed between the two organ
izations for several years, and while, su
pcrflclally, the week will teem to be do-
voted exclusively to midsummer amuse
ment, there will be an underlying mo
tlve. Indiscernible, but none the less PO'
tent, more altruistic than frivolous.
The fact that the B P O. Elks Is not
primarily a social organzatlon Is often
Ignored. The strength of the brother
hood alwsys haa and always must de
pend upon the benevolent and protective
duties which It assumes. Ita self-appointed
fanctlon Is to alleviate suffering
and overcome the financial and other dif
ficulties with which its members may
find themselves confronted. To discharge
this work efficiently and to best advan
tage an acute sense of fraternallsm needs
to be felt.
To foster this spirit and create a com
mon Interest not only between the lodges,
but among the membership of each, the
reunion was conceived. That the fra
ternal aspect of the undertaking may
be as far-reaching and influential for
good as possible, thoso having the ar
rangements In charge will Invite every
fraternity, regardless of creed or doc
trine, represented In the Capital and Its
Virginia neighbor to atteral the reunion
as guests on designated nlgiits. The gen
eral public will be welcome to partici
pate at all times, no admission charge
The general committee of the Wash
ington Lodge Is composed of George F.
Havel!, chairman, Thomas Kellher,
treasurer: R. C. Engle. secretary: Dr. W.
Stanley Jones. Edward J Murphy, and
Edward Johnson Robert S Barrett, ex
alted ruler of Lodge 758, Is chairman of
the Alexandria general committee The
details of preparation will devolve upon
numerous subcommittees appointed from
the lodges of both cities.
Chevy Chase Lake,
Chevy Chase Lake, with Its many at
tractions, continues to be one of the
most popular amusement resorts near
town. "The lake Is especially pleasing
many on Sunday evening, when
dancing Is eliminated and the musical
programme occupies the card.
There are any number of diversions
other than music and dancing. The
bowling ales and shooting gallery
claim the attention of those who go In
for strenuous amusement, while the
swings and merry-go-round find devotees
among the )ourursters. and boating on
the lake Is popular with all
W THE BUSY CORNER
CLOSE AT 8 O'CLOCK TO-XICHT.
The First Glimpse of Fall
Styles in TRIMMED HATS....
Tor real excluslveness and Individuality In an early fall hat. I think
I would buy now," was the comment of a woman who knows.
Ro Two Hats in This Advance Selection Alike.
Corded Silks.. .Changeable Silks... Velvets.. Ana
There are Moires
SHOWN In the Round-crown Hats
with sharply upturned brims, many
with brims slashed at side.
NEW POSTILION STTLES. an
other prophesied favorite for fall,
and large round-crown and flat
brim shapes; some tall, almost brim
Little "Cupid" and "Mercury"
wings are set on the brim of the
hats, and ostrich feather or coque
feather bands and ball fringes are,
popular trimmings: uncurled os
trich feathers, fancy feathers, al-
frcttes, ribbon trimmings, made up I
n cockade effects or "postilion1 S
A brilliant touch of cerise flames
out here and there from more som
ber colorings, and some lovely new
blues, purples, green, navy blue,
Millinery Store Second Floor.
Lawn Fete to Raise
Democratic War Fund
Women's League Arranges for First Benefit to
Be Held Next Thursday at Fairfield.
Lanndrymen Make nmer.
Louis Levy, vice president of the
Frazee-Potomac Laundry Company:
Frederick W MacKenzle. secretary and
treasurer of the Tolman Laundry Com
pany: Clarenre F Sowers, treasurer of
the Columbia Laundry Company, and
Leon S Tjndall yesterday entered their
plea of not guilty before Justice Wright
on a charge of conspiracy to defraud the
government In connection with the
award of contracts for washing the
towels used in the various departments
The campaign of the Women's Demo.
cratlc League, which la to be actively
carried on from coast to coast, to All
the coffers of tre party for the coming
Pre!dentlal struggle, will be officially
opened In Washington next Thursday,
when the District branch of the organ
ization gives a lawn fete for the benefit
of Wilson headquarters, at Fairfield, an
extension of Connecticut Avenue
Several Congressmen Interested In the
movement, among whom are Richmond P
Hobson. Representative from Alabama:
John E. Baker. Representative from
California, and Irwin S Pepper. Repre
sentative from Iowa, will make five
minute addresses The short addresses
are felt to be most In keeping with the
The liwn fete Thursdaj evening will
be a signal to the branches throughout
the nation that the active work Is on.
and wlUiin a shcrt time of the national
example, sas Miss Dabney, vice presi
dent of the league, muslcales. lawn
fetes. lectures, dances, amateur plajs.
concerts, picnics, carnivals, socials, ex
cursions, and mo.t every other form of
mone) making entertainment will be
started In evjry city. town, -village, dis
trict, crossroads, and ranch community
to swell the Democratic campaign fund.
nd 5nme Left Over.
From the date of the opening In Wash
ington until the campaign ends, a steady
stream of small coin of the realm will be
persuaded, argued, demonstrated, enticed,
and encouraged to take Its way from
the pockets of the people Into the strong
boxes of the league, and the women ex-
may be able to raise enough by their
activities to elect Mr. Wllwn. and then
build another Washington Monument to
commemorato the election.
The league already sees the great battle
of November won. It has visions of a
consummate women's political organiza
tion. Next Thursday begins It alL Members
of the league plan that the coming fete
go down In history with all the Impor
tance of Columbus' discovery of. Amer
ica, and the Battle of Waterloo.
Laborer. Leave Canal.
Disintegration of the labor force at
work on the Panama Canal has begun
with the approach of the completion of
the isthmian waterway. It has been
found that the majority of the unskilled!
laborers thrown out of work are golrg
to work on the banana plantations of
Costa Rica and Guatemala. A statement
recently received from the United Fruit
Companj, which Is the principal fruit
growing operation In Central America,
shows that In the last few months 1,333
former canal laborers have gone to Gua
temala alone, and are at work for the
company In that country. Of these US
were West Indians. IM were Greeks, 173
were Spaniards, and 170 were Hindus.
Train I. Derailed.
Huntington. W. Va.. July X.A special
train on the Gujan Valley branch of
the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, bear-
lrc PreVdent George W Stevens. Fourth
Vice President Caples, Supt. Care. and
other officials of the sjstem. was de
railed early to-diy near Barboursville
pect to have a substantial balance after The train was proceeding cautiously be
all legitimate campaign expenditures are j cause, of washouts, and this fact pre
covered. In fact, it Is felt that they I vented casualties.
Many women make the shirts for the
men and bojs of the household, snd the
task Is certainly an easy one when such
splendid models as the one here shown
are given This shirt can be made with
the regulation or coat closing It can be
finished with an attached collar or with
a neckband for wear with separate col
lars, and with attached, straight or
rolled up cuffs or wristbands for wear
with separate cuffs.
The pattern. No 5S35, is cut In sizes
10 to 16 j ear- Medium size will require
3 7-8 ards of 27-lnch goods or I 1-2 j ards
of fabric 3S lncnes wide
The pattern can be obtained by send
ing 10 cents to the Pattern Department
of The Washington Herald.
ODDS AND ENDS.
When there are desserts to be cooled
quickly, hence must be set directly on
the Ice, put two or three fruit Jar rub
bers on Ice and set dish on them. It will
not slip off.
Take a thin board and cut It the exact
size of your wash boiler, snd drill plenty
of holes In It. Then attach four legs
(either wood or gas piping) to set It on.
When ready to steam fruit, put In three
Inches of water In the boiler and set
your Jars on the board. Cover tight.
For the summer cottage where there
Is no closet room put a couple of hooks
In the celling about six Inches from the
wall, and about three feet apart- Put
up a strong line and Just button or pin
garment by neck around the line. Tuey
will not muss any more than when hung
In closet and lots of clotnes can be
hung In a small space Hang curtain
or sheet over them to keep out the dust
To make tea without hot water Just
take the required amount of tea and tie
In cheese cloth bag and pour cold water
over and set In Ice box a few hours be
fore needed and you have Ice tea. anj"
When cooking peas or squash or other
green vegetables, add one teaspoon sugar
to each quart of water used. It will bring
out the flavor of the vegetable and Is
very agreable especially with peas cooked'
Black Velvet Ribbons
At Lowered Prices.
Just when the demand for Black Vel
vet Ribbons Is at Its height we offer these
savings on the most desirable kinds As
doubtless you know, black velvet ribbon
are the vogue this summer for cashes and
trimmings With this fact before ou.
study the following list of savings on
these fashionable ribbons.
No 10. at 33e d Reg 10c
No. ::. at SSc yd Reg 50c
No. 40. at 45c jd Reg. 60c
No. 50. at 49c yd JVeg. 75c
Store Closes at 6 P. M. To-day
PLEASE SHOP EARLY
i "IT PAYS TO DEAL " AT GOIDENBERGTS"
SEVENTH AND K "THE DEPENDABLE STORE
$1 Kinds at EjQ,
In this clearing sale you can supply the
children's summer needs with Wash
Dresses of the most serviceable sort at
nearly half price.
Gingham and white materials sizes up
to S )ear. Neatly made dresses with full
plaited skirts, low and high neck models.
Regular one dollar value for 59c.
To Stone Eaisins Easily.
Most housewives agree that raisins
which are stoned at home have a much
better taste than those which are bought
already seeded, but d sllke to seed them
because It Is "such a sticky lob." This
can be done very easily If the raisins
are first soaked for five minutes In boil
ing water ana tnen plunged Into Ice
water. The seeds can be removed easily
wiui a wooaen looinpicx.
Green Pea Salad.
Tako one part English walnuts broken
In small pieces to two parts cold green
peas. Mix- with plenty of salad dressing
and serve garnished with sprigs of pars
ley or on lettuce leaves. .
$4 and $5 White Lingerie Dresses.
A New York maker closed out several hundred of these wash
dresses at about one-third their actual value, and ou are offered them
on the same favorable basis.
They consist of fine quality White French Lingerie Batiste and
Lingerie Cloth, in a number of attractive stvles, trimmed with embroider-
panels and laces. Even garment of the newest style and
most desirable quality.
Sizes 14, 16, and 18 for misses and 34 to 40 for women.
Men's $12.50, $15, & $16.50 Suits.
The Season's Biggest djO A C
Values at pO.iO
Obedient to our rigid rule of clearance, down comes the price of Men's Summer Suits to close
out before stock-taking time. For this big closing-out sale of regular stock we hae made the
deepest sacrifices ever known, cutting prices to the core of cost for the sake of clearance.
Choice offered of a large assortment of desirable stles at JS 45 Including all-wool flne-twlll Navy Blue
Serges, Fancy Gray Mixtures Brown Casslmeres. Fancy nine. Dark Mixtures, and Striped Worsteds; also smart
and dressy novelty effects Every suit guaranteed for service and satisfaction.
This season's most approved models. Coats lined with mohair alpaca in colors to match the material.
All sizes from 32 to 4:.
Children's Pique Coats, extra qual
ity material, with and without col
lars, tailored and trimmed stiles.
sizes 2 to 6 ears; values rvO
worth COO. Sale S"JOC
Children's White Serge Reefers, all
wool. alo silk pongee: stjlishly
made; tnmmea ana plain tauorea ei
leets. sizes z to n j ears.
Regular J4.00 and J5.00
Children's Percale Dresses, plaids,
stripes, and check j; made with Dutch
necks, kimono sleeves and full skirts.
with deep nems; large vanet)
pleasing styles, sizes 2 to 6
J ears: regular 50c values.
Children's Dresses, of white India
Llnon, made with square necks nnd
short sleeves: trimmed with laces,
embroideries and tucks; full plaited
skirts; sizes 6 to 14 5 ears; OO
ular J1C0 values. Sale One!
Norfolk .Middy Blouses? of good
quality galatea cloth, with navy blue
and red sailor collars and cuffs: some
have plaits piped with red or blue;
sizes 6 to u years: values
worth up to 11 50. Sale
Men's $1.50 and $2.00 Shirts.
Choice Saturday at KQ,
Here's an unexpected chance to lay in a supply of Shirts for
jour vacation trip and for eery other occasion at immense sav
ings. Every shirt right up to the minute in stjle features, full
cut and well made the product of one of the best shirtmakers.
Materials consist of fine quality madras, percale, and pongee,
in a splendid range of neat and dressy patterns. Made in coat
style with soft or laundered cuffs. All sizes at 59c.
For Women and Children.
Right weights for now Lowered
In prlco for Saturdaj's ale
Children's L'ght-welght Vnderwear:
Milrts with rich neck and long or
short leees pants in ankle r
or knee lengths, lace trim- I rf
Women s Pure L.sle Underwear, in
extra and regular ."lies, shirts in low
neck and sleet eles stile, shaped
waists pants In tight knee styles.
alo Union Suits trimmed OCT
with lace joke 69c alues. 000
Women's Extra Size Gauze Vests,
low neck and sleet eless: taped neck
and arms: also wing sleee r
style, fine or Swiss ribbed lr)C
23c allies, for o-vw
25c Lisle Stockings for
Wom.n, 17c Pair.
Surely ou will want to prolt by
this cut in the fr re rT ummer
hoIery and bu everal pair' to-dav.
Fine quallt Gauze IJ"! Mocking,
with seamless foot, double il' be"l
and toe deep garter top choice of
black, white and tan. regulir Sc
qualitv to-day it 17c ralr. S pairs
InfantV Fancv Colored Socks, with
full fashioned feet, double sole. heel,
and toe choice of a large assortment
of fancj effects In checks, stripes,
and plaids all colors Regu- f 1
lir 12-c and -c kinds at. I "&Q.
BOYS' WASH SUITS.
"Seconds" of Famous "Mother's AQ
Friend" Make Up to $2.50, Offered at fcJOC
The makers of the celebrated "Mother's Friend" brand of
Boys' Wash Suits have shipped us the balance of their stock of
"seconds" and we place them on sale to-day at half and less than
half regular prices.
The imperfections are so slight ou can hardly notice them.
While classed as "seconds" they are even- bit as good as other
makes of perfect garments.
Fashioned of all sorts of thin summer wash fabrics. In. white and
serviceable colors. Styles Include Plain Sailors. Russian Belted Blouse
Sailors. Middy, Beach. Short-sleeve Dutch models, and others.
bizesTange from 2Vi to S jears. Choice of values worth up to 12.50
Our Remaining Stock of
Regular $5 to $7 Values
to Go at
Final clearance of our remaining
stock of these Handsome Semi-made
Embroidered Robes to-day
Large ariety of elaborate designs
In anglais, madeira, and openwork
effects, scroll, and floral patterns.
Some with plain hemstitched flounce,
others with lace and embroidery in
sertion. Fine sheer quality material.
Special Sale Munyon's
35c Worth for 8c.
THIS COUFON and Sc entitles the
bearer to the following combination:
One 15c cake of i!unon's Witch
Hazel Toilet Soap
One lCc size box of Munyon'a Paw
One Ilk, size box of Munyon's Oint
Total alur, XJc. Sale price Sc for
all tnnc articles, with this Coupon.
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