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earn her; own. Hying:
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When yon are about to throw
away your old clotbee. brine
them to os. and we will return
them to you sew. Oar experienced
workmen make no .mistakes.
Phone Main lis and 'we wtu
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W. H. FISHER -
709 9th St. N. W.
We sire Herald SSdaaa
Cirnt at Special
513 12th St. N. W.
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$ 1 8,00-
wm l!?3r.yoPiJ,eJ,et ma Three
piece Suit of Clothes. 2-button. sin-Ele-breaated
coat with high cut
vest and medium peg pants. Tour
choice of all-wool goods.
437 Savanth St S. W.
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The more woolly the more fashion
able seems to be the conclusion after
looking at the season's suits and coats.
This suit, although very heavy-looking.
Is really light In weight, the mate
rial being loosely woven. The color Is
a reddish brown, with pipings and but
tons of black velvet.
The coat Is allgbtly curved at the
sides by darts, snd has a vest front of
mustard-colored cloth, closed with crys
tal buttons. A sew effect Is noticed la
tue sun. ine tunic swinging xree an
around, except at the back, where It
disappears under the back panel.
HOW 10 GET SKIRT
AN EVEN LENGTH
IREAI AMI PIES
2106 Pa. Ave. W. 25
We Ore Veto, la Tb. Hnalfi 8B.CT Cents.
TIIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
Superior quality of California Port
Sfcr.n. "f!"?.t..V:....35c Qt
or s quarts for 11.00.
W. Cite Tef la Tte Heald-e aajet Conte.
Task Whicli'te:oe Srcwnaker
Now that short skirts are the correct
and fashionable thing to wear. It is
most Important that the bottom of the
skirt shall hang perfectly even, the same
distance from the floor at every point.
Home dressmakers will And this a some
what difficult task If 'they are attempt-
log to fit the skirt upon themselves.
When making a skirt, finish It complete
ly, excepting for. the hem: then slip the
skirt on and hook It in place around the
waist. Now take, a yardstick, place one
end on the floor, pressing it against the
skirt; then' at the top where the stick
toucnes tne sairt make a faint mark with
a piece of tailor's chalk. Repeat this all
around the skirt and from these points
measure toward the' hem, mrtiiif it
the length you desire. Ton can then turn
the hem up exactly even at the bot
tom. Walking skirts should be three
inches from the floor, outlnr skirt, four
Inches, and those for Indoor wear an Inch
and a half.
Another way to mark the length of a
aklrt, but one which requires the aid of
another person, is to take a flat piece
of cardboard or a ruler and mark on It
the distance the edge of the skirt is to
be from the floor when finished. Place
tne sjori on tne wearer and move, the
ruler around the skirt, placing pins at
uiierraia wnere ine mane shows the
length wtihed. Turn the hem up at this
point all around.
A skirt gauge that can be bought at
any department store for a sml sum
Is fitted with a piece of tailor's chalk
fixed on a rod In such a manner that It
can be lowered or raised to any length
you wish. By placing this on the floor
me ssiri can oe marked evenly as the
wearer turns slowly around.
' .. !WlBji'.ee$e'.
Her, weekly wage amounted to Vagrlm
Joke."--as she puts ft.- and to till out. a
meager pay envelope, she stole from rtae
store where she was employed. She. de
clares she "bad to steal to get present
able clothes." that la, ahe had to steak
else, resort ' to .other questionable meth
oda And that Beamed to' her the easiest
way, so she accepted the wage' the store
vouchsafed for' her aertluaa aad calmly
took the rest. t
Ton. see. ahe did not have the clurage
to take the pittance and It la a sorry
pittance ahe earned and tried to make
herself believe It .was enough to go
around for food, for clothing, and for
rent. She did not have the moral force
to; buy the commonest kind of clotbee
and call herself content, did not have
the grace to go on whether, ahe was
content or not. And maybe aba did not
oars ao much what the way. ao long as
ahe got Presentable clothes."
Those who profess to know. tell us
that the Individual woman doea not re
main In the Industrial world long enough
to make her an Important factor
when It comes to adjusting her pay.
They say she "often, very often, works
fcr pin money, for a few extra luxuries
hr parents cannot buy; and so a few
dollars per week make a pretty fair
aad satisfactory compensation. She does
nit. so we hear, assume the responsi
bilities of a home the same as a man.
doea not have his ways of spending
money, his needs and ail. and conse
quenUy the living wage for her may be
kept pretty low.
And so, when the weekly wage scale
Is made up they slice oil several dol
lars from her oompeasatloa and tack
them on to his.
Wvrlc Became TT Vast,
But the fact remains that the ma
jority of women work because tuny
must, aad when a weekly wage of five.
six. or seven. .dollars, or on to tea. la
all they have m the worlds it -is mot
hard to understand bow and why the
weak go under. For' a wag scale may
be ao far down that It is not within
human possibilities to abide by It in a
manner that makes for health or moral
And It Is when we read of a scale that
measures off ts for women. J7 for men,
aad on anl up In proportion that we
wonder most how the world expects
women to live honestly and abide in
moral grace rrom day to day. It li then,
too, that we .think most seriously of the
call and of the need for equal pay for
equal wore, uving expenses do not drop
at the magic name of woman: and it is
hardenough to stand all day, working
by the aide of a man. who rives neither
more nor better service, and receive a
considerably smaller wage. But it is
harder still to parcel out that smaller
wage and learn that there are no con
cessions anywhere; that food, clothing;
rent, and everything else have Just one
price to all,' and that K somehow must
be made to do the work of ST.
Not Fitted for Test.
Whatever the economic pressure, there
are women who will not be forced to a
life in which crime or degradation fig
ures, who win accept an Inadequate
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taaas with Sareada Cat
tawaa CTHakan. Creami Oravy.
mod Paeatoea, Battered Oaioai
Aymle aad Celery aalad, .
Sot Cheese aad Crackers. '
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so. little, a;
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I i-Wsshington womea have raretw4taeaed the BeDlag at i
e-kBrfsll and vslnter. ineul. Ii: aMh hraad aaanrf inf. ell
.arlaa. Would not have the chaaea maw-If makers had not -been bard hK
'bjrthe backwardneae ef the ssasem aad the.aeed for ready riah wlileh
we.supplied because oftke exeeneaea.of the aavaaaata.
aivery smart style Ht "aits. Coatst aaa ureeeee is aere garments taax-
z io see: in zact, aome oi
elaeermen In that ransre of
If you have been fortunate not' to have purchased" your new fen suit.
Berwick Xueh. with Thto Cream, t
Orasa Peppers Stuffed with Sausage aad
Celery aad Chicken Soap.
Bread aad Batter Sandwichea.
Baked Peara with Whipped Cream.
Creamed Chicken in Sweet Potato Border
tjenuaowor Baked with Cheese.
Fruit Froth. Sponge Caka.
Bread Cakes PHI a quart bowl with
stale. bread crumbs, but be aura ao sour
or moldy pieces slp In, as these will
ruin, the flavor of the cakes. Cover the
were originally brought out to eeHlat MS te in fact, some of taeaa
Mwoucai mooen wiu a aeea nsre-aae
If you have been forttmale mot' to :
coat or dress, you will surely hall this event with pleasure.
wub 7UBT Biuuvy wiu ouy.
- la everr slsa and averv damtrable color. Don't salsa this. Salt aHara
. Second. Floor:
ejawBsl Wr nSCS)Vj sVWv
pleoes with cold water aad soak over
might la the morning pat m a de
aieee of cheese cloth sad. aqueeae out
the water, then mash well aad add
three well-beaten eggs, a generous pinch
of salt, two eupfuls of, atUk and flour
suBcient to make a batter- Bake on a
well-greased griddle. These are light
digestible aad deUdous.
Fruit Froth Peel fire ripe bananas and
mssh the pulp with a half a cnpfnl of
powdered auger and half a teaapooaful
of lesion Juice. Whip a cupful of cream
to a still froth, add the banana oulo and
Juice of one lemon. Mix well, then add
half an ounce of gelatine dissolved in
cold water. Beat gently until cold, and
fill orange skins with it. Soma chopped
candied cherries give this cream a pretty
Entire gowns are fashioned of solid
beading. These are beautiful, but most
I CA110JT PiTZB 70S XB
If early every home dreassaakar ta eat-
ting oat a garment doablea ,taa ejotfc. to
save time and then lays the. pettara oa1
thla double thlckneaa. In dolag this, ow-
ever, after- niarkmg-pertoratloBa da the
upper aide one ta obliged to ptartae pat
tern agata oa the reverse aid fa
that-thla also may be marked.
One clever woman to avoid thla doaala
work' ta marking decided to use
Daner. blue paper for whit and. Kantl
materials snd white. tarboapaper oa
dark fabrics. To mark -lay, th earboa
paper faoe up upon the cutting, table,
the double doth on that ,wlth.pattera,on
ton. Of coarse, snffiolfflt BTManra 'aaast
be used la marking, ao that too oolorl
from the earboa will be . transferred to
the cloth aad both auea marxea at
The combining of yoke waists with
classic draperies Is one of the oddities
of the later modes. The effect Is har
monious, if carefully arranged.
In the garment Illustrated here one
material only was used, the buttons.
cords and buckles all being of the dress
material. In the back a single box pleat
extends from the belt to the hem, and
the draped side panels spring from un
der this pleat. At the neck and wrists
are frills of plain, fine net. the edges
being finely plcotted.
wage and work out their difficult problem
the best they can. and as long aa they
can. But there ere others who sre not
fitted to stand the test of a starvation
wage, because they lack the moral force
to hold them up, and they let themselves
drift where the money cornea easy.
And so long as our Industrial system.
with its low wage scale for women.
makes it so hard to stand up In the
struggle for existence, we shall hear the
unhappy stories of young women who
steal or do something worse for the
sake of "presentable clothes. For with
some, who are neither strong nor true,
the living wage must come first, before
they think of honest, wholesome living.
The real way to bake bananas, but a
way which, so far aa advised, has. not
been given in any cook book, is to put
them Into a pan In their skins and in
tact, each one separate and nowhere
touching its neighbor.
Then place in an oven which must be
really hot, where the time required will
be from tea to fifteen minutes, according
to the slie of the bananas they must
be tolerably large to be good also the
degree of heat affects the time. A few
can. be baked In a tin plate on ton of
the gas range on a gridiron and under
Be very careful not to have them over
done. In which case they draw Juice and
shrivel and become disagreeably puekery
from the akin. The time to take them
off Is Just as they soften and before they
shrink. Usually at this time the skin
will split for an inch or so, but thla Is
not always the case.
THURSDAYS BARGAIN SALE
Points the Way to Unusual Savings
THIS COUPON and
So for Imitation
Leather Chair Seats.
In assorted styles,
colors, and sizes.
Complete with brass
tacks. Regularly 10c.
SEVErfTH AND K
$3.00 SWITCHES - - -
Good quality natural hair, all desirable
shades; short stem; well made. Worth
$3.00. Sale price. ..
(Hair Goods Dept, Second Floor.)
2 for 5c
THIS COUPON aad
Ic for TWO cakes of
White Satin Float
ing Soap, good qua!-.
lty for toilet or bath.
Women's Footwear at Immense Savings
Choice of New Fall Shoes, worth
Up to $3 and $3.50 a Pair, for....
We bought over 2,500 pairs of Women's New Fall Shoes from a prominent manufac
turer representing the entire surplus lots on hand and floor samples. Thrifty shoe buyers are
responding in great numbers for such an unusual event is appreciated by women who demand
style and quality in their footwear and appreciate this chance to satisfy their wants at very
much less than regular cost.
CHABMBTG SCHOOL PBQCX.
Health&nd Beauty Hints.
By MRS. MAE MARTTN.
These are all up-to-date styles and line qualities.
Tou can take your pick from the season's most popu
lar models In Russia calf, patent colt, gun metal, and
vicl kid, with cloth and leather tops. Button, blucher.
and lace styles. II, 14. and It button shoes In the col
lection. Blgh and low heels, plain and tipped toes. Hand
turned and hand-sewed soles.
Best of all there are plenty of the medium and
Urge sixes in the lot. which Includes every slxe from
1 to 8. and all widths from A to E.
Some of these shoes are classed aa factory
checks," because of slight faults; which are hardly
noticeable snd do not Impair their serviceability or
appearance In the slightest degree.
Women's High-class Tailored Suits
Values Worth Up to
$40 and $45
Call up Main 1419 for All Kinds
of Printing Supplies.
J. W. JORDAN
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HAVE YOU RHEUMATISM?
WBca roe aw nasay aac-eea uax 1 JfO
UXRCUBX. It Ja aUatt. IWy Jtaaf am It
back et EIUTi BHZUMATIO RSHXDX, Jsat
uytt. It i a Una mate. BJesa bottle. - .
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THHtBl frr. mjmm Bwajaj. -,
-W. Wn Votaa ai nakafaM'a
Wm repair' your eewtag- Wi
properly, no -matter --what'
-sea metei.-r mamas -as-aaoa.-? f
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Mwassmi .w a ;. aaaaw w.va.
4H' .- sods
Miss B. K.: The worry and bother of
wearing halr-neta and veils to make the
hair atav up and conceal that dull.
"stringy," unkempt appearance you apeak
of could be easily avoided if you would
stop shampooing with soap. The "tree"
alkali In soap Irritates the scalp, makes
the hair streaked, dull, coarse, and brit
tle. Shampoo with a teaapoonful of can
throx dissolved In a cup of hot water and
your hair wlU always be light, fluffy, snd
easy to do up, besides looking decidedly
neat. This shampoo lathers abundantly,
drie oulcklv. stons itchlnx of the scam.
and cleanses as no other shampoo will.
The luxury oi extreme-cleanliness wnicn
comes from the use of this shampoo has
made It so popular that many of the best
hairdressers now use It- exclusively. It
is Inexpensive ana can oe oougni at any
orug store. . ,
reduce your weight' wit
is. a very easy matter to
ilxht without leavtna- the
skin wrinkled and flabby If you only know
In this dtstxn we have a dalntv.mtl.
frock made with a kilt skirt Joined to a
plain waist and having' straight or point
ed edae. It'U-a very nice model ..
scnooi .rroca, .ana it may be. developed
for dressy wear; depending upon the
choice of the material used In its con
struction: -It Is, quite 'easy to make sad
very .attractive., . , Si
The' pattern. No. '66M. U 'cur' in alu
'to it years.. Medium stag iequlres 1M
yards of X-lneb material with li-2 yards
of 'B.nc,- intrasting;goods. ' -a-
Tne.ave pattern; can be oMslaed:.by
aw.' mr cams Kl'ai :anara, . uamart-
how. Here la the secret: Buv at anv
drug store four ounces of parooUs and
put In 11-2 pints of hot.' water. When
cold strain and take a tableapoonful of
the liquid before each meal. .This is
harmless ana tne pleasing way it wm cut
down vonr weisht will . aumtia. vnti.
Avoiding rich, solid foods and taking
plenty oi exercise -wiii aonsi greatly in
getting rid of your fat quickly. ,
. Constance: Right now .is the best time
to get-trtd of facial blirmlshes such as
freckles, pimples, sktn-roughness, wrtn
klM. Ac But TOU should not uaa anan
on the face very often, asOt makes the
skin dry and harsh. I' recommend,-tbe
use of a good greaseless face-cream,
which can be ' made by dissolving one
ounce of slmoxoln get'lt at any drug
gist's! in "one-half pint cold water.- and
add two. teaspoonfuis glycerine. Stir and
let stand en hour or so.. It Is Inexpensive-
and you will, find Its regular use
wlU Improve your skin wonderfully. It
Keeps tne1 sain mmooux. son. ana satiny.
Almoxotn cream-Jelly is a fine and-soothing
cleanser and will prevent blackheads,
premature wrinkles, and when used-as a
nranwp ucwu wui,iuin color toaarK.
sallow skins. ,
Nadle: To strengthen -your' weak1 eyes
DB na-uinui. ut ,uwb auu. oveaWOTKea
iws bw -uk vvik nf. uuir ,swo or. tnree
i. surnginentnaVtonlo made
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nIekiaai. aa-mum emlmia.i Hi i I a 'T
amjyejtiaaa-i i.asigamm -fT "St tlT7-lmt -Till PY "
lag regularly;? In a short time -Jtwui
make your-eyes, strong, clear, and spiurk
ling. ,1 nnd It unequaled as. a good eye
tonle for- treatmar. weak. ta!.VHr IT"
presslonless eyea, i. - t, . '
laeaJQfe. Boa'tworry: -almoet-'im.
aoay aamj.ams taaaame troobles. "At tie
VTBLalfc . IhW fasBsWakswaam - - - --.
"-T.i-'etvTmBw a;ea- jBwammmammi . immmmi
by, dissolving s
nipt, of. water.
good system-tonlo and regulator. Ton
can easily make It yourself. Oet from
your aruggist an ounce of xsrdene and
dissolve it in one-half nlnt alcohol (not
whisky); then add one-half cupful sugar
rna cnousn noi waier io maae a quart
of tonic. A tablespoonful taken before
each meal will soon na your system of
poisonous accumulations, and make you
strong and nealthy. bringing the ruddy
glow of perfect health to your cheeks.
' Alma B.: Tou can rid your skin of
those unsightly hairs with a simple
paste made by mixing enough powdered
delatone and water to cover the- hairs
not wanted. Apply and let remain two
or three mlnutea, Then rub off. -wash
the skin and the hairs are. gone. This
method is harmless and unfailing and
leaves tne axm tree rrom spot or Diemisn.
Mrs. W.: Ionr. curly lashes lead an
added touch to feminine .beauty. Oet
irom your drusxlst a small, original
package of pyroxln and apply a Tittle
or it at iasnroots witn tnumo ana rore
flnicer. This makes them grow long aad
curly. Thin eyebrows should have pyrox
ln ruDDea on tnem witn unger-ena ana
they. wlU come In thick, and glossy. Use
caution not to get any where hair ts not
' Jessie H.: ' Some sage dressings are
beneficial to the scalp, but I never rec
ommend them on account bt the danger
of staining or discoloring the hair. If
Su want a good, dependable remedy for
ndruff, itching scalp, and falling hair,
try an ounce of qulnsotnr dissolved la one
half pint, of- alcohol (not whisky) snd
one-half pint water. This will put your
hair and scalp In a healthy condition. Ap
ply the tonic 'twice a week, rubbing It
gently Into the hair .roots. It la Tree
from oil snd makes a fine dressing for
the. hair. I, know of many who were
troubled with "hopeless" cases of .dan
druff and .falling hair that found thla
an ideal tonic
Zoa: Tou' must not use face powder It
you want a smooth, rosy, healthy com
plexion. Powder enters the pores, en
larges themi and eventually' causes
coarse; sallow akinthen wrinkles. To
have a smooth skin that looks natural
and not artificial, you' must use a' lotion,
here la a splendid recipe' for an Inez
tacn.lva one: Oet from any droa store
four ounces orspurmax, dissolve it In a
half -pint not water (or witch hasel); add
ing two teaspoonfuis glycerine.' Apply this
lotion to your race, .neca, ana arms.-ruo-blng
gently-a few moments aad'ttwIU
lend a most", charming tone to your ssthj.'
This spurmax lotion iremoves the shine
and gives a clean.', clear, wholesome' look
tn'a ..How .skin. If you desire' a really
1,-iirmlnr eotnBlexlen. 'taboo face Dow-
dera. They i rub off-too'-easily -aad '.give
whlch- this lottonridoea . not. Thla lotion
la aa f or cold, amraa,-. c
. aara-jrejaMam.w a
The most remarkable purchase and sale of women's tailored suits known this season
with values that will create a stir among women who know this store's fame for present
ing extraordinary savings on up-to-date apparel.
The lot represents a purchase made last week from a prominent Fifth Avenue, New York,
designer of women's suits the finest tailored garments produced in America. Every suit pos
sesses the newest style-touches, and distinctive character in trimming and material that will be
appreciated by particular women.
The lot consists of such fashionable materials as Velour de Laine, Imported Ratine, Ger
man Eponge, Cord du Nord, Silk Velvet and Corduroy, Imported Chameleon Diagonal, Zibeline,
Imported Chiffon Broadcloth, Wide-wale Fabrics, Plaid Mackinaw, and many other novelty
Every new and favored color represented in the lot All sizes for women and misses. Lin
ings of the finest quality peau de cygne, charmeuse, and satin duchesse.
Values worth up to $40 and $45, at $17.50.
500 Doz, Mens Neglige Shirts
Qualities Sold Regularly at 75c. and $1, in a tZf
Remarkable Sale To-day at ' OvC
A purchase of Men's Neglige 'Shirts notable for its size and extraordinary -value-giving
one of those matchless economy events for which this men's furnishings department is famous
among thrifty men. It is based on & purchase of the. entire surplus of 500 dozen shirts from
a prominent maker whose shirts enjoy a reputation for perfect fit, correct style, and good
quality. They are the well-known "Modart" Shirts, and arc fashioned of fine quality Percale,
in a wide range of neat patterns including the desirable striped effects, in light, medium,,
and dark colors.
Made In coat style, with laundered attached cuffs. Extra well made and full cut Trimmed with ocean
'pearl buttons. Finished with cushion neck and band and faced sleeves.
Please note they are strictly perfect quality shirts not seconds. All to go In to-day's rousing sale at
SOc for choice. ,'
.Men's' S1.00 '"Velvetrlb" Under
wear, shirts and drawers to 7C
match; all sizes. Sale price....
. Wright's Famous Health Under
wear, fine, soft, all-wool fleecing:
-'aalrta' and drawers to match. Sold
regularly at $1.00 a garment. OK-
,SaIe, price .""
Men's' 11.50 and 13-00 Union Suite;
v'ofheavy wool and cotton;' extra
well made and finished: nearr gQe
ly-an sixes. Sale price ..
Men's S.00 All-wool Shaker Knit
Coat Sweaters, extra- heavy, quality,
with "No-talr" buttonholes;' In gray,
dark oxford., aad navy blue; n en
all . stxes. Sale-price.... ...wW
Men's $1.50 Sllk-and-wool Under
wear, shirts, and drawers to match;
shirts 'with Frehoh neck; drawers
with strap back and' reinforced a.
eat; 'all sixes..'. .?-
' Men's 14.00 All-wool Coat Sweat
ers, made with the famous "No-talr"
buttonholes: In. gray, dark oxford,
navy, brown, and white; all o en
sixes. Sale price., CS1U
Men's 50c and 75c Sanitary Fleece
lined and Derby Ribbed Underwear;
shirts and drawers to match; QO
aU sues. Sale pries .-.'.
Men's 11.00 Natural Wool Under
wear, good, heavy quality: shirts
and drawers to snatch: all 're
sizes. Sale price..... VC
"TWO for 6c
?-- JTHIS COUPON
t'aai e -for two,
-regular Se cans of
( 3Ptr,Brend Evap-
. !.- ' .
TWO for 15c
and. 15o for TWO)"
regular 100 cans qC
15c Jane Leas,
TWO for 19c
and ll'c, for TWO
regular "lSc oanaaf
Early- June. Peas,
select quality. (H)
Sf V.? i.--fcH,-i-
- 19c Salmon,
8c a can
and IHci can for
Kxtra Quality Sal
mon., thla sesson'a
' 5c Laundry
at Mi. . ataai 1wwaTft'
vmassrvalsaw Kjb aasmeaem jet .
Laundry Soap. (HJ
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