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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1912.
fome Face Peeling
(From Fashion Reporter)
No complexion treatment et discover
ed seems to have Ixjgomo bo generalb
and so immediately popular as the raer
ollzed wax process. Evidently the rea
son for this Is that this method actually
ens rid of a bad complexion, which can
Hardly be said of any other. To tempo
rarily hide or bleach the defecuve-l&kin
with cosmetics, cannot compare with tho
effect of literally removing the skin lt
elf Mercolized max takes off the of
fending surface ikln In flour-like par
ticles, a little at a time, until there's
none of 't left. The new complexion
tnus produced exhibits a healthy slow
and gilit-h beauty obtainable In no other
way This wax, which you can get at
vour druggist's, is applied at night In the
-ame way joj use cold cream, and
v ashed off next morning
Here Is the only thing I know of that
tuallj -does remov e w rinkles, remov e
them quickly, and at trifling cost Pow
dered saxolite. 1 ox., dissolved in H pt.
w ifh hazel Ue as a face bath
WASHINGTON BUTTON CO.
Phone Main 1021.
912 New York Ave. N. W.
'If Its a Button e Have It."
We bIti- ioIn In The Herald
Save Money on
Man mdn hs wear in the suits
ou cast off if oull send them
to us We 11 lean, repair, and
press them as good as new
W. H. FISHER
709 9th St. N. W.
Phone M 1152 and we will call
We Give oUs in licrild 2000 Contest.
TOPICS OF INTEREST TO EVERY WOMAN
EDITED BY JULIA CHANDLER MANZ
A Sharp Saving!
$1.25, $1.50. and fl ff
$2.50 Razors... H? "WW
The vcrv fln t grades razors
that hav i keen edge ind keep it
Sacrificed u make room for new
1208 Wisconsin Ave. H.W.
Phone W. 67.
vc give Ifrrald SU.1.000 contest votes
HUH I .iM&frTrffm
HIV '!-- tqTfiapMf
Table Luxuries. Elgin Butter.
236 E St. N.E. Phono L. 497
We Cite Votes In The BertJd S3 000 Oontmt.
526 H Street N. E.
Washington's latest and most up-to-date
Sample Shoe Store has re
cently opened with the most com
plete stock of sample shoes ever on
the market. 'Twill par you to calL
W e Klre Herald SS5,000 contest Totes.
The Choicest the Market
Affords Can Always
Be Found at
4th and H Streets N. E.
We cl" Herald S23.000 contest Totes.
Gowns at Special Summer Rates.
513 12th St. N. W.
We Glre VotM in The HrnJd t 5 000 Contest.
Candies Everybody Likes
514 NINTH STREET N. W.
AW el Herald S23.000 con. cat Tofea.
No Storage Charges for
Reannnable rates an atorage, kanltab
ana packing. Estimates furnished. Ex
UNION STORAGE CO..
TbtM II. 43T4. li.ll Pa. ATS.
W Git. VoUa In Ti. Hendd 3.03 Cootatf.
Gorgeous is the word which best de
scribes the gown from which this sketch
First is a foundation of white char
meuse, oer which Is a softlj puffed
draper! of pale, champagne-colored chif
fon and angel sleeves of cream net.
embroidered with lint gold thread A
gold and white brocade forms the over
dress, and the effect is as If the ma
terial were shaped to the wearer br
pleats and slashes, held b) turned-back
corners faced with sold cloth, and or
namented with line rhlncstone buttons
The gold-cmbroldered neck frill is
wired and the red rose and girdle are
of the mot brilliant shade.
MEALS FOR A DAY
Drolled Honeycomb Tripe.
Ljonnaisc Potatoes. Corn Gems.
Hot Brown Bread Watercress Salad.
Wafers Jellj. Cocoa.
Tomato Bisque Croutons
Corn and Ch-cse Souffle Baked Squash.
LettuCL witu French Dressing
Corn and Cheese Souffle One table
spoonful of bjtter. one tablespoonful of
chopped green pepper one-fourth cupful
of flour two cupfuls of milk one cupful
of chopped com, one cupful of grated
cheese, three eggs and one-half tea
spoonful of salt. Melt the butter and
cook the pepper thoroughl In It. Make
a fcau i out of the tlour milk and
cheese add the corn, cheese, egg jolks,
nnd seasoning cut and fold In the whites
beaten stifn turn into a buttered bak
ing dish and bake In a moderate oven
for thlrt minutes Made with skimmed
milk and without butter, this dish has a
food alue. slightly In excess of a pound
cf beef and a pound of potatoes It Is
calculated to cost 20 cents
THE BSE OF IY0RY
GROWN INTO A GDLT
Perfunft Bottles Pit Into Ivory
If ory has so strong an appeal to women
of refined tastes that the use of It has
grown Into a veritable cult and the col
lection of useful pieces In that material a
veritable craze. Some women have en
tire toilet sets of a composition which Is
substantial, jet light of weight, and
lvory-veneered or finished.
In addition to the usual articles which
decorate the dressing table, the Ivory
lovers are using glass perfurAe bottles
fitting Into deep boxes of 1 v ory-fi nlihed
composition. These come In nests of four
each and surround a central powder puff
box whose flat little ltd swings backward
similarly to a trunk cover. And the
beauty of the contrivance Is that It Is
easily packed Into a suit case and when
ever Its owner halts during her travels
she may make her hotel dressing table
attractive looking In less time than It
takes to tell about It.
To go with these perfume and powder
sets are boudoir clocks of round or oval
shape, having no comers to be chipped
off. and of a size easily carried. These,
like the stoppers of the bottles and the
Hd of the box. are decorated with the
owner's Initials, but, in fact, all of the
Ivory cultlsts are going In for initial
markings on all of their small belong
ings. Not only on the dressing table and
desk peces are to be found milady's
monogram, but on the ivory-finished nap
kin ring which appears upon her break
fast tras and the Iv ory-finlshed napkin
markers in her motor basket These
markers slip over the edge of the napkin
and take up scarcely any space In the re
ceptacles used for motor luncheons
Put Water in the Oven.
When roasting a fowl In a gas stove,
put three tablespoonfuls of water Into
the meat tin at the bottom of the stove
You will find the steam will make the
bird tender anit nhviat th. f..l.i
for continually basting it.
FOE THE LITTLE HALT).
A clever combination of hand and ma
chine embroider) is shown In this ksetch
A machine-made ftounchlng, with a sim
ple design, was used for the skirt and
the cdg while a single flower of the
design was copied In hand-work on the
little locket fronts and cuffs
Lace Insertion was ued. as shown In
putting the dree together, and bows of
bibbon ilnish neck and sleeves.
PRIVATE HOTEL ROOM, BATH AND
MAID FOR PAMPERED DOGS
WHILE CHILDREN GO HUNGRY
CONOMY MEAT MARKE
TTlcrt th toert of rooditnfli eta
tw h&4 at thi knrtrt prwmUln
prices. Metti. Fish, tad ProrlatosJ
409 Third St. N. W.
VT ClTt Votn In Tin HeraM icn Coslat.
HAVE YOU RHEUMATISM?
Whtm yon cm a remedy get oo that contains NO
MEBCOKT. It Is safest. Fifty jura success is
Uck of HEALY'S RHEUMATIC BEMEDT. Just
U7 it. It Is a trn mnedj SOc per bottlt.
HEALY'S PHARMACY, M5S?-
THIRD ST. AND MASS. AVE. N. W.
W Gin V ott In Tli. Herald l ZS.0M Luctn.
IF IT'S ELECTRICAL, WE HAVE IT
Phone JL SJtt.
CEO. W. PAREZO,
COS H St. N. W.
Electrical Supplies tnd Novelties.
W Gli Vott to Tb HnVJ CLOOO Contasb
Means natural flavor and highest nu
HOJIEMDE BTIE4.D AD TIES.
21G6 Pa. Ave. W. 25
g Clll VotCT to Tb Herald'l 5.000 CcsitsB.
"G. and M" Capsules
The surest remedy for COLDS and
GRIPPK TMU break a cold In a day
Sent V lour address on receipt of 25
HENRY W.SMITH. 22d & Pa. Ave. R. W.
Little Bits of Information Well
Cranberries can be kept frch indefi
nitely if put In a jar and filled up with
cold water Tlace a lid n lightly and
change the water ever day or two
Colored stockings should be washed In
suds of warm water and soap. Rlnre
thoroughly and wring very dry, then hang
them In the shade to dry.
A bruise should be bathed immediately
and freeb with very hot water The con
gestion will then be relieved and no ugly
discoloration will follow.
Window shades that have been cracked
can be renovated In the following way:
Lay the shades flat on the floor and paint
them with the ordinary oil paint.
L'npainted boards can be made beauti
fully bright by pouring a few drops of
oxalic acid on them when they are being
scrubbed Tho dust disappears like magto
When a. sponge baa become sour rub
a fresh lemon Into It and then rinse It
several times In lukewarm water. It will
become as sweet and clean as when new.
Sprinkle salt on the tablecloth when
wine has been spilled. When the cloth
has been removed, pour boiling water
through the stain until It has disappeared.
If the sadiron becomes rough and sticky
tie a piece of wax in a cloth and rub
the Iron over It Afterward scour them
on a paper or thick cloth covered with
When plaster casts become soiled, dip
them Into cold liquid starch When they
are dry brush the starch off, and the dirt
will come ofT with It, leaving the cast
clean and white like new.
If the tips of shoe laces pull off. twist
the ends of the string and dip Into glue.
They are as good as when new.
For a creaking door rub the edges with
soap and then, with the addition of a
few drops of oil on the hinges, the
nuisance will be remedied
On. tin .Mm. nn.half ftin tiutter. lffn
one-n&u cup miiK. one ani one-nii cups
uvur. one anu one-naiL iuivuuus ujiim&
n HIANCES SHtPFEIt.
Exclusive hotels In New York Citv do
not welcome canine visitors. In fart, they
have a strict rule against admitting them
at all And so It happened that when a
woman, well known 1p the city's social
life, wanted her pet dogs to share with
her the luxuries of one of the most ex
elusive of all New York's exclusive ho
tels, she simply engaged an extra room
and bath for "the rest of my famllv my
The manager protested, but she had
engaged her suite for the winter and was
paying the modest rate of 110 a day for
that one room for her three dogs of high
degree, two Japanese spaniels and one
Pekinese. She assured him that her
' babies ' would really be no trouble at
all, that she had a maid whose sole
mission It was to cater to their wants
and that well, anyway, she couldn't live
without them, and If they went she must
go, too And after an Impressive blend
of tears and entreaties the manager
ivunltl lie Ia.t for Children.
A private room and bath, a spec al
nurse breakfasts, luncheons and din
ners that would be feasts for man) a
little boy and girl far awav from the big
hotel, walks in the sunshine and auto
mobile rides for their mistress all for
these delicateb perfumed and carefully
pamper"d canine pets, which repose at
night In satln-llned baskets
Well, dogs surelv have their place In
this big world where there ought to be
room for all. and thev have a way of
creeping into human affections, a way
of giving love and of earning It, too
And there Is this much to be said for
the extrao-dinarj care bestowed upon
these little four-footed friends It gives
honest If not Very dignified or pleasant
emplovment to a woman and It puts
raone) In circulation that to sa the
least, would probablv not be spent In a
But after that
nearartlleaa of ObllRatlnn.
The world has reached a point In Its
development where It Is beginning to
look askance at the Irresponsible woman
who accepts all the advantages of wealth,
position, and every other good thing that
comes her wav, remaining utterly re
sardles of the obligation to render some
real service In return
In a recent article along thfso lines
Ida M Tarbell has much to say about
the Irresponsible woman and the friend
less child She refers to the women who
laboriously pad out their days with
trivial things, vanities, sham. and shad
ows, to which, thev give the serious un-
SIMPLE LITTLE FROCK.
This little frock is slmplicitv Itself In
construction It Is made to be slipped on
over the head, and has bloomers Joined
to an underwalst. The dress may be
fashioned of gingham, chambray, or sim
ilar material, with the bloomers of the
same or of different material. The dress
has a sailor collar, and this, with the
cuffs and belt, are fashioned of contrast
The pattern. No 5.996 Is cut In sizes 3,
S, and 7 "years Medium size requires
41-2 jards of 27-lnch material or 32-1
lards of goods X Inches wide, with 5-8
jard of 27-Inch contrasting fabric
The above pattern can be obtained b;
sending 10 cents to the Pattern Depar
divided attention which should be bctow
cd on! on real purposes Then she
speaks of the women with a fad some
thing an thing that will Inspire an inter
est occup their time anil mike them
forget Al'o of the others who follow
the latest proposition for pleasure or so
cial service, taking It up onl as a nov
elt to be dropped when something more
Interesting or more appealing cumes
And she sass that while the arc build
ing their "glmcrack palaces, gingerbread
cottages, structures which tho first full
blast of life will level to the ground.
there Is almost before their very e es a
great group of friendless children piti
fully calling for tho help they should
stand ready to give
lletter Connection Desired.
v." she points out. and as we remem
ber, "the deserted babe, the 'little
mother," the boys and girls running wild
on Ide streets In every village In our
land and In cverv slum In the cities
the factory child the shop girl who has
no home, we trlnk of those pampered
dogs and can onl wish with M ss Tar
bell that It were alwavs possible to
make a better connection between the
Irresponsible woman and the friendless
We hope, too the world may travel
faster and still faster to that wliole
tome point where It will be a real dis
grace to an woman who has an abun
dance of mone nnd of time at her dis
posal to stand Idl b while others
are striving to lift the burdens that
test lieavil upon children who arc
overworked or sadly neglected
Miss Tarbell declares that women ma
have their clubs for literature for
bridge for dancing fnr civic work or
foi anv other purpose to which the
give tlulr time but the fail to answer
their greatest call if the do not ae
rlouslj meet their obligation to the
friendless bov s and girls in the cities
where the live
'Uye That see Not."
Perhaps when that New 'iork woman
goes out for a drive with li. r velf
stled babies -hi keeps wcl awa
from the districts where children grow
up half starved. In bodlts and In minds
I'ossiblv she does not see them over
worked, under-fed and poorl clothed
and perhaps she doees not care
It ma be that sin -.cc anil knows
and car. s, but somehow om believes
that it she did she anil th. others like
her In groater or lesser degree the
would not bestow quite so much thought
upon their expensive high-born nets or
give so much time to their pleasure
quests Tor the calls of the helpless
boj a and girls would rench their ears
first their nc-ds would go straight to
their hearts, and the pets, the fads, ind
the pleasures would be relegated to the
Place where they belong In their lives
Malted Milk Tomato Bisque.
Slice enough tomatoes to make one
half pound, put In an enameled stew-
pan, add a saltspoonful of ilnely minced
onion, a teaspoonful of chopped celery
and one-half cupful of hot water. Let
boll gently twenty minutes to one-half
hour Rub through a sieve, return to
the Are in a double boiler and let come
again to the boll Thicken with one
teaspoonful of corn starch wet In cold
water and add one-hnlf teaspoonful of
salt Have ready- two heaping table
spoonfuls of malted milk dissolved In
one-half cupful of hot water. Add to
the tomato, stirring until smooth Keep
not in the double boiler until served
This Is a delicious mouthful for lunch
eon served with crisp crackers
Apple Sauce Cake.
One cup hot sour apple sauce two tea
spoonfuls vinegar, one teaspoonful bl-car-
bonate soda, stir until It foams, add one
cup sugar, one cup raisins, cut In two
one teaspoon of clove and one of cinna
mon, a pinch of salt Stir In enough
flour to make, a rather stiff batter As
flour varies, always measure one nnd
one-half cups of bread flour to begin with
nnd then add more If necessar Bake In
a medium size bread pan This Is fine,
no eggs or milk required Never leave
out the clove, as It keeps the cake moist,
also use the apple sauce hot This Is the
secret of success
The Itcvlvnl of Ilrnlil.
The revival of braid Is a great fact t
In the evolution of this v car's frocks
Not only does It add a desirable note of
solidity and smartness so essential to
winter clothes, but. further, it Is strong
ly suggestive of hard-wearing proper
ties Braid, again In vers fine, silk
makes Is admirable as a trimming for
the nlnon bodice of the thrce-plcced costume
TWO FLAGS COVER'
Loudoun Campbell Buried In Ar
lington with Military
Union and Confederate flags covered
the casket In which the body of Iu-
aoun Campbell, who resigned a commis
sion In tho United States Navy to serve
In the Confederate States Navy; was
burled at Arlington National Cemetery
Mr. Campbell was first assistant en
gineer 6n the Confederate ironclad Vir
ginia, called also the Merrlmac, and
among those who met bis body at the
Union Station and accompanied "It to
Arlington were Ashton Ramsay, of Bal
timore, chief engineer of the Virginia:
E V. White, of Norfolk, assistant en
gineer of tho Virginia. II H. Marma
duke, of Washington, the only surviving
midshipman of the ship s company, and
several comrades of the local camp of
United Confederate Veterans.
The Interment waa mads In Arlington,
subject to the direction of the quarter
master general of tho army. An army
hearse conveyed the remains from the
Union Station to Arlington, where they
were met by a firing squad and a trum
peter from Fort Myer A volley was
discharged over the grave and taps
sounded as the body was lowered Into
Mr. Campbell was a descendant of one
of the earliest families of Virginia.
lfonnr Late Grorice K. T. Cook.
In memory of George JH T Cook, for
thirty jears superintendent of colored
schools, a meeting of teachers and prin
cipals was held last night at the Four
teenth Street Presbterlan Church. Dr
V M Davidson was present Roacoe
C Bruce, assistant superintendent! of
colored schools, presided A resolution
was adopted asking the new school, to
be built near Howard University, be
named after George F. T Cook.
r -THE.BUSV CORNER
Children's Warm Little Flannelette
and Eiderdown House Garments
INFANTS' FLANNEL WRAP
PERS, made of daisy cloth, fine
quality of outing flannel. In pink and
blue striped patterns, also plain
white, with scalloped borders of pink
or blue embroider), ribbon En.
strings to match at neck. Each''4'
CHILDREN S EIDERDOWN
WRAPPERS. In light blue and pink"
figured patterns, entire garment
trimmed with crocheted edge to
match, finished at neck with silk
eerd and tassel, sizes 6 CI ft ft
months to one year .. . '
Children VVcar Store 8ecrad Floor.
CHILDREN'S LITTLE FLANNEL
KIMONOS, pretty little figured" pat
terns In light blue and pink, or
sires S to It years, at. . oat
CHILDREN'S WRAPPERS of the
rippled eiderdown: made with lay
down collars, entire garment stitched
with silk, silk cord and tassel, sizes
S months to 1 year. S1.39
Infants' 'Teddy Bear" Blankets. In
light blue and pink, at
50c up to $2
BOOK SHOWN TO TAFT.
Herbert Putman. Librarian of Con
gress, called at the White House es
terda to show President Taft a book
containing the signatures of all the
signers of the Declaration of Indepen
dence The book recently was presented
to the government by J. Plerpont Mor
gan The President directed that the book
be placed In the national 'archives at
the Congressional Library
Collection of Header and Primers.
collection of readers and primers
which show the different wa)s of teach
ing children of the first grade to read
Is on exhibition In the teachers' Ilbrar
of the Franklin School under the charge
of Miss Elizabeth Drown director of
prlmar instruction The exhibit will
remain open for a montl
ESPEBANTISTS MEET TO-NIGHT.
"ETerylod' Dolmt It" "Will lie
Presented In Universal Tonue.
The Washington branch of the Esper
anto Association, known as "La Inter
nacla Klubo," will hold a public meet
ing In the rooms of the Chamber of
The programme will Include an ad
dress In English about the Esperanto
movement by Edwin C Reed, general
secretar) of the association, a talk on
'Esperanto and Its Relation to Benevo
lent and Peace Work, ' by Mrs Wilbur
r Crafts, anecdotes and humorous
sketches In English and Esperanto bv
members, singing of Esperanto song.
and the production of a plajlet by the
V. a'hlngton High School Club The title
of the play Is ' Everybody's Doing It "
The new club rooms of "La Interoacia,
Klubo ' hav e been opened in the Marl
land Building. 1110 H Street Northwest.
PRICES LOWERED IN EVERY DEPART
MENT FOR "BARGAIN THURSDAY."
THIS COl TON and
l.c for Dr L)ons
Tooth Powder, on
pale only for Thurs
day Nov. .1. (H)
IT PAYS TO DEAL "wT
SEVENTH AND K "THE DEPENDABLE STORE"
Homemade Cakes at 17c lb.
fresh lot will be here this morning right out of
the ovens. crlp and delirious
Choice of three kinds Ralln Marble and Plain
Pound Cake Sold bv the pound or in two and three
THIS COL PON and
Zc for regular 10c size
bottle of Bromo Selt
zer, the headache
Purchase of Women's Famous "Merode" Knit
Underwear at Extraordinary Price Savings.
Ve hac just concluded a big special purchase o "Merode" UnderCear for women at a fig
ure that permits Us td offer the greatest allies eer known in this wideh known and popular
brand of knit underwear. I ndcrwear bearing the "Merode" trade-mark is noted for its perfect
fit, thorough finish, and superior qtialitv Tor thee reasons it is the choice of particular women.
This sale ot ' Merode" Underwear at reduced prices is another illustration of the he storekeep
ing pohev of tin store, which proides the opportunitv to supply our underwear need at a big
saung right when warm, comfortable underwear is needed
W omen s ' Jlerode Pure IJsle
X nion buits light and medium
welKhts High neck long sleeve and
ankie pants high neck short sleeve
and km janti aUo low neck and
no tleeve ind knee pants Finished
with rilk-taped necks and silk cro-
htt around neck values
worth J10O nnd JI H Sale
W omen Kxtm Size M rode Pure
l.isie I nion Suits, high neck, long
sleeves nnd irklc pant High neck,
Ibow sooes and anki
pant" allies worth
and Jl .0 Sale price
Women Hcivv Fleeced "Meiode
I nion butt" high neck and long
Irevc" cnkle pant" Mlk taped
neck and fitted walxts
-old rctcularlv at ! Salr
Women Extri bize Jlerode
Mfdlua.-weigut Part Wool Under
wear shi-ts with silk-taped neck
and silk crochet around neck pants
nnishcd with trench muslin
lands Regular !1J) values
Women " ' vlenvle Iure Lile I n
derwear "hit- with high neck, long
sleeves alo hich neck and elbow
sleeves pant" ankle and knee
length F niched with
multn band" Hcgular jOc
Women s 'ilk and Hh1i-wo fn
derweir liirt" with l!k-tapd and
silk cro bet nriiund necks pants
w ith 1- rench muslin bands Regular
Women- Medium-weight I'nder
wear shirts with high neck, long and
hort beeves trimmed with silk tape
and crocheted around neck, pants
finished with rrencn mus
lin bands Worth SOc and
2- Sale price
W omens All-wool Non-shrlnkable
I ndcrwear -hirts with silk-taped
necks and pant" Imlhed
with mulln band" Wortli
SI i Pale price
W omens Pure Flannel Underwear
in gruv shirt" silk bound around
nee k and pants finished with rif
muslin band" Worth Hi Hr"
bale price t J,
omens Extra Heav Fleeced I n
... rwear shirt with taped neck and
pants tinlhed with mu"lm 1 f
bands. Worth Sic mh IMP
Sale price .J
2.-,. MIKklVCS Children stocking" witu full
faMilond and seamless foot fine and heavv ribbed
flack and olors Sold regular! at Joe pair QC
i-.c Tllivinl ES Sterling Silver Thimble
Well mide ind good weight "-old regularlv
t each Sale price
(Jewel v Dept
II si I s,f; (nTTO Good
otton large 100-vard spool"
. for 'c ale price ". for
Quail v W hltc Tasting
sold regularlv at c
IVKV sqi ltEs All linen Hemstitched
Ize txJ4 good qutlit miterial
( Oltlll IIOV. :T-inch Corduiov with wide me-
. , . i . .. nii. i.. n r..it
no narrun hip exirn nc--i 'ini m mi.
mted "hades liiciiniiiig tan gra
anu oiach 10- RQ i
mode garnet plum brown, na
lSr. W M noil,I.ll Heavv XX Charcoal Tin
Wash Boilers heavv copper bottom with pat- no.
ent cold handles No 7 size Sale price ...'oc
sT.OO DOOR MT! Rubber Door Mats good qual
Itv size lSxSO Inches Sold regularl at tl 00 en
Sale price .... UC7C
sr T!2 TOW Gl s Hemmed bsorbcnt Tea Towels,
"oft ind ahHorbent read for u"e Size 1tx3- rr
Worth ic each . ... . "C
.ste Tvm.K DMKarn Mercerized Table Dam
ask hO inches wide In a good a"ortment of OQ
prett pattern" Sold regularl at 30c ard fct7C
BtV Tin Nll,K-5h inch Tub SIIk heavv flrmlv
woven nunlttv white ground" with lilnck blue gray.
lavender and novciiv "tripe warranted fast
ioIor" To dav at
da Hargaln Sale price
at.S.1 EI.KTEE". :7-lnch Illack clveteen extra
v eight ror making handsome street ana no.
..n.ti.mfta VV'rttl. tl ". a rti V7VJV.
iOe VIKS1.IES Imported atln Mesaltne In
c full assortment of street and evening shades, ln
ludtng white and blick Thursday Bargain OO
1.00 and tl-IO HVTS Bo s and Children s Hats
of smooth French felt, bound edgo brim Trolean and
Jack Horner stiles All made with leather Inner 1
bands. For boys from 2 4 to 10 vears alues Q
worth tl 00 and Jl SO
$4 00 snltn Boys' School Suits of fane casslmere
and In dark pattern Norfolk and double-breasted
Htvle Including a fane golf cope free Sizes CO QD
6 to 17 jears Offered for to da at . s?fc.70
75c WD 7De SHEET" Seamless Bleached Sheets,
sizes 81x19 and 81x108 Run of the Mill, slightly dam
aged, but not enough to Impair their usefulness.
Made of finest heavy grade sheeting Sale eg
fl.23 SPRKns 11-quarter Crochet Bedspreads,
double-bed size In heavy raised Marseilles pat- QQC
10c COTTOi Yard-wide Bleached Cotton, a fine,
close-woven quality Sold regularl at 10c d nr
Thursdav Bargain Bass price "B"
12Vic FLELS 200 piece of C7-lnch Outing
Flannels in stripes, checks, and plaids, light and dark
grounds, extra heav) quality In such desirable colors
as light, cadet, and navy blue, tan, brown, red. na
garnet, pink &c Sale price. nrd "-
SOc SIFTERS Heavy Galvanized Iron Coal Sifters,
oblong shape Sold regularl at 29c each Sale JQ
UIin'isiNr; hacqvgs Of good quality flannelette.
In a large virletv- of new designs, medium and dark
colors Mnde with turn-down collars and cuffs, fitted
back and belt Others made with sailor colHrs. Q
All sixes To-day at "u
50c UNDERWEAR Men's Derby Ribbed Under
wear, good heav elastic quality, shirts and JQ
drawers to match AH size Sale price -
WOMEN'S SIVEtTEIM All-wool Coat Sweaters.
In white Oxford, and cardinal, fancj weave Made
with Byron collar, turn-back cuffs and pockets Fin
ished with bone buttons All sizes To- CI QK
da at ..Vi.ou
50c LADDER Selected Lumber
hclf aitichment Four-foot size,
made Sale price
fSSOO rtCGS lt of sn Wilton and Aimlnster
Rugs 8 ft 3 by 10 ft t and i12 ft largest room
sizes all from some, of the most fvmous carpet manu
facturer Every rug strlctl first-class while the
W lltons are made in one piece In floral Oriental, and
medallion design Light and dark colors Olt en
Oil. HE ITERS Perfection Coal OH Heaters, metal
oil tank, center draft patent burner nickel-plated
$4.00 BLAKETS 3 cases of Fine Qualit Wool
Blankets 11-quarter double-bed "lze In white or gray,
with pink or blue borders, also plaid and block effects
in pinit. Ulue, chii. niiu ( Bull ririic:(l tuuiucy
fleece silk-bound ends Worth Jt 00 pair
1.30 COMFOIITV 2". dozen Large-size Double-bed
Comforts, filled with pure white cotton, soft and
covered with good quality "llkollne Q"j
Jl 30 Sale price PC
SI.30 UNDERWi:n Men's Sljk and Wool and Nat
ural Wool Underwear, good heavy qualtt. Shirts
and drawers to match All slzesc Sale CI 0(1
nriee c fl'VV
10c DRAPERIES One case of Madras, for making
scarf and draperies, light and dark colors: In figured,
all-over and bordered effects sold regularly tr
at 10c yard. .. "c
SOc IIOSR W omen's Pure Silk Hose, with lisle gar
ter tops, high spliced heel, double sole and toe. In
fast black onl Sold regularly at SOc pair, to.
Sale price . . 1C
Me SMCEI'lAS Enameled Saucepans, with cov
ers eight-pint size Sold regularly at 29c each -f jr
Sale price . . IOC
SOe FLVNNEI. All-wool White Embroidered Flan
nel In a good assortment of "ilk-embroidered AOr,
designs Sold regularl) at SOc )ard Sale price C
MOO SW BATEIl! Men's All-wool Coat Sweaters,
made with "Xo-talr" buttonholes. In white, gra. Ox
ford. andnav) blue All sizes Sale tfp Cf)
WOMEN'. Mt.HTf.dW NS of heavy-weight flan
nelette, pink and blue striped effects made with V
shaped or high neck with turn-down collar and cuffs,
finished with washable braid Full cut and AQ
well made Special at .. v7C
!.-. !iilM'L IIIGS 9x12 feet Largest Room
Size Brusscl" Rub, made ii one piece., with heavy
four-Inch Hemmed ends liood colorings and In the
eason s most oesirauii patterns Regular
J15 00 value Sal prl e . . ..,.
w. CIO veld is tm nana ts vv vobuk.
men of xne wasnington tteraio.