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The unusual attraction at the Be
lasco Theater this week is William
Fox a picturization of the famous
fairy tale. "Jack and the Beanstalk'
Th's photo- lay, with its thirteen
hundred children. headed by Vir
ginia Lee Corbin and Francis Car
penter. who slays the cruel giant
and rescues the beautiful princess,
is delighting large audiences twice
daily. Jack's adventures up to the
time he cuts down the beanstalk
and thereby putting an end to the
giant is looked upon with awe by
the children-to the gown-ups the
story is vastly amusing and takes
them back to the time they were
children and dwelt in the enchanted
land of the fairies. "Jack and the
Beanstalk" remains at the Belasco
Theater the entire week including
Sunday afternoon and night.
George V. Hobart's "Experience.'
the modern morality play, which has
been the sensation of the theatrical
world for three seasons, will play a
return engagement at the Belasco
Theater next week. Despite the fact
that this play remajpert here for two
weeks last season playing to capacity
houses, the advance sale for the com
ing week presages standing room
"Experience" is a portrayal of the
entire gamut of human emotions.
from the roseate dreams of youth
down through pleasure. disillusion
and despair, and finally concluding
with the inspiration of hope renewed
Ernest Glendinning will he seen in
the principal iole of Youth, while
William Ingersoll plays the title role
and follows Youth everywhere, al
ways advising him Impartially and
truthfully, but ever unheeded. The
other characters represent Love,
t Hope, Ambition, Pleasure. Passion.
Intoxication, Poverty, Work, Despair
Others in the cast include Margot
Williams. Marie Horne. Dorothy
Newell. Frazer Coulter, Billy Betts.
George T. Meech. Jane Elliott. Jane
Gilroy, John Todd. Marie Hall, Jean
Downs and Mrs. Marion Holcombe.
"Experience" is being produced un
der the direction of Messrs. Elliott.
Comstock and Gest, and is under the
personal direction of the author.
George V. Hobart.
There will be another brand new
show at the National Theater next
week. A musical show this time
"Rambler Rose,' the annual Charles
Frohman musical comedy production.
with those national favorites. Julia
sanderson and Joseph Cawthorn, as
the stars. The piece, which Is said
to tell a diverting story and to be full
of tuneful melodies, is the work of
the authors of "Sybil."' Victor dacobi
and Harry' B. Smith. There is an
unusually big supporting company, the
principals including Ada Meade. Kate
Fergeantson, G!adys Siddons. Ethel
Boyd. Doris Predo, Wilma Walton.
Thomas Conkey, Stewart Baird.
George E. Mack and W. H. Bentley.
As for the chorus, it goes without
saying that it is numerous and pretty
and lively. The stage eettings and
the costuming are remarkably lavish
even for a Charles Frohman produc
tion. The sale of seats hegins at the
box offce on Thursday mornIng.
"Peg O' My Heart," J. Hatle
atanners' delightful comedy of Eng
lish country life, will be the open
lag attraction at Poll's Theater. be
q ginning next Sunday evening Sep
laughter and tears are so close
.ogether In this delightful story of
youth that one can searcely dis
:ern the boundary line. There has
sever been a character just exactly
like "Peg." She is so winsome,
4 soydenish, lovable, and a veritable
spitfire when aroused. Robert
"ampbell is sending Ann Pittwood
'sere in the hole of "Peg ' supported
3y an excellent company.
3. F. Keith'a--Vaudeville.
Next week, beginning with Labor
Day, when there will be three per
'maes.e-2:15, 6:15 and 9 p. in-the
taliday bill will be headed by the fa
nou dancer. Joan Sawyer. asaisted
Sy George Harcourt and her own or
theatra. uls Sawyer will present
wer latest repertoire of ballroom and
Cseil Cnaniuham,. who won stellar
tmers In one of the shortest perioda
* lecord In Broadway, is another ex
eary Green and Company will be
Sin *"he Cherry Tree." in which
& emil.fain in him - efort to
the exanil of the Blastius
m...h ab.=i - Ce-_
r Y . ASINGT I-1ads,
m. sme ses.in is Now Showin
New Fall Models
For Girls and Misse.
wardrobe for college
are mindful of the
needed. will not fail
more of these splen
many schools give
To enable early
had a very large
forward at this time
the one and two-pie
and colored linens.
and black serges.
regulation style, wit)
and star on collar.
High grade of m
workmanship; we rec
Sizes 8 to 14,
Sizes 14 to 20,
gew Custom Order De
school and College Girls
to their measure Peter Thompson.
rding to their own particular tastes
:ollege sorority or club.
pany will play "A Hunter's Game."
ir. which are introduced imitations of
the calls of the wild of woodland and
tield. Jack Alfred and Company are
billed in "Smile." an acrobatic com
edy novelty: Jimmie Lucas will in
dclig' in "The Wild Ravings of 1917";
"Lance Fantasies" will be an innova
tion: Alexander. O'Neil & Saxton are
iriluded, and the remaining numbers
vill be the pipe organ recitals and
the Hearst-Pathe News Pictorial and
war etion films.
Next Sunday at 3 and S:13 p. m. at
Keith's the hill will offer Mme. Chil
son-Ohrman. Wilbur Mack and Nella
Walker. Felix Adler and all the oth
er. seen this week.
Leew's celumbia-Vivisa Marti.
ileginning today and for the re
mnrder of the week a double bill of
photcplay featuies will he offered at
a ('onliumbia when Vivian Martin
will be seen in "Little Miss Optimist''
and Roscoe (Fatty) Arbuckle in his
newest film comedy, "His Wedding
Ngight." will he seen.
"Little Mis 4iptimist." a cheerful
title for a cheerful play, with a still
more cheerful little star to dispel the
glooms and lift you out of the dol
drums. Smiling Vivian Martin as a
cung lady whose hopes and aspira
tion* refused to be quelled by a series
of misfortunes is a sure cure for the
As a little ' Newsle' with a big
heart and a faculty for getting into
all sorts of trouble Vivian Martin is
in her element. But even the "cop"
on the beat is a friend of the little
ray of sunshine who shouts "Wux
try" up and down the streets of the
big city. Playing opposite Miss Mar
tin Is the always popular Tom Moore.
I Beginning Sunday and for the first
half of next week Elsle Ferguson
will be seen in the films for the first
time in a picturization of Robert
Hichens' famous novel. "Barbary
Sleep." In this story Mr. Hichens
again displays his indescribable power
in setting forth the mystery, the
fascinating, the strange atmosphere of
Blutch Cooper's "The Sightseers'
company is next week's attraction at
the Gayety Theater, beginning Sunday,
ani brings with it a cast which in
cludes many celebrities in the buries
qtue world. Among these are Will J.
Kennedy. Harry Kelly and Jack Mil
ler, a trio of comedians, who have en
joyed unusual popularity locally. The
entertainment is entitled "What Is It
All About?" and then leaves the au
dience to decide the question.
It is staged in two acts and eleven
scenes, among the most elaborate of
Which are settings depicting the
grounds of the Hotel Palome in the
The program has been so arranged
by the author, Billy K. WVells, that it
provides an almost continuous proces
stor. of charming girls, lilting melodies
and humorous situations. all ably set
in glittering scenic environments, said
to be scarcely rivalled by any Broad
Vaudeville specialties to he intro
duced include songs by "The Carnival
Four." a uquartette of melodious
Meere's Garden-Olga Petrova.
Mime. Petrova, one of flimdom's real
headliners, will be the center of at
traction at Moore's Garden Theater
next week from Sunday until Wednes
day. incltsive. in her most recent
photographic success. "To the Death."
Mine. Petrova appears as an artist
who leaves Corsica. her native coun
try, to seek success In Paris. When
upon the threshhold of achievement
she receives word that her little sis
ter, whom she has always idolised,
has become the victIm of a con
m ienceless scoundrel. Mime. Petrova
as the vengeful Corsican beauty
gives one of the finest characteriza
tions of her career. and in her sup
port will be seen Mahion Hamilton.
Harry Leoni. Violet Reed and Wynd
Edna Goodrich. the celebrated
beauty of the stage and screen, will
be headlined Thursday, Friday and
Saturday In "Reputation,'' a five-part
Photodrama based on a small town
scandal. The daily program will in
clude Other first run pictures and ape.,
dcl music by the Garden Symphony
Manager A. Julian Brylawaki, of the 1
Cosmos Theater, next week, is to pre
sent to the Washington public his r
first theatrical prodbction, "Out and
In Again." an "all mnade in Washing-t
ton" amusical comiedletta, with original a
stuale and book by Artbar 3. and e
Ifarry C. Mel and an ell-Wash-t
g the daughter's
or seminary, who
to include one or
did Suits. In fact.
them their official
selection, we have
are shown in both
:e models. in white
and the navy blue
rhey are made in
emblem on sleeve
and are smart and
and plaited skirts.
aterials and fnest
ommend them with
Sailor, Middy and
and desires, or to
Gordon. Rose De Mar and Grace Fro
mont and also a chic all-Washington
"Pony chorus." It is equipped with
handsome costumee and scenery and
Mr. Brylawski promises the story will
be found interesting, the music very
pretty and at times inspiring and the
comedy clean and laughable.
The bill will also present a special
adiiled attraction in the burlesque
comedian, Andy Walker, assisted by
Frankle James and Archie Lloyd. in a
hodge podge of songs and merriment
that make a perfect blend of better
buresque and vaudeville: the Steinel
Trio, musical artists of the first rank
from higher vaudeville; the Howard
Sisters in a song repertory, with un
usually handsome costumes and scen
ery. Nelson and Castle. in a musical
comedy offering and the Three Alex
in something entirely new in the way
Antonio Moreno will be the picture
star In Cte big photoplay. "The Right
of Possession"; "A Clever Dummy"
will be the Keystone laughmaker and
the Hearst Pathe News pictorial will
complete the bill.
Meere'. Strand.-"On Trist."
"On Trial," a picturization of the
noted play, and the initial production
of the recently-organised First Na
tional Exhibitors' Circuit. and featur
ing such well-known film stars as
Sydney Ainsworth. Barbara Castle
ton. James Young and Corenne Uz
zell, will be the stellar attraction at
Moore's Strand Theater from next
Sunday to Thursday, inclusive. The
plot of the drama is known to the
atergoers and concerns the trial of a
young husband accused of murdering
a millionaire roue.
On Friday and Saturday the
screen's most winsome star. Bessie
Barriscale. will be featured in a ro
mantic comedy-drama entitled. "Bor
rowed Plumage." It depicts the ad
ventures of a madcap little slavey
who dons the plumage of her mistress
and boldly invades the realm of so
ciety. Other first-run pictures will be
shown daily and special musical ac
companiments will be rendered by the
Strand Symphony Orchestra.
The largest crowds of the season
iisited Chesapeake Beach during the
past week. This was no doubt due
to the good weather, which at this
season is the most delightful of the
year. The prevailing breezes being
from the southeast made the board
walks a particularly enjoyable spot
to forget the' heat of the city.
The Breakaway Barlows give a free
show each afternon and evening, con
sisting of their comedy aerial act. It
is both thrilling and amusing and has
proven a prime favorite with the pa
trons of this resort.
Owing to the unfavorable weather
conditions in the first part of July,
the management has decided to keep
Chesapeake Beach open Until Sunday,
September 16, which will no doubt
prove welcome to many Washington
lans who make the trip several times
each week. During ' the past week.
phenomenal catches of crabs and fish
have been made, which adds greatly
to the pleasure of the trip.
At the Casino Theater next week
there will be revealed for the first
time in Washington the film visual
Ization of what has been described
as the epitome of an artistic series
of dances. Staged in a wood-bor
Sered lawn, running down to the
Pacific Ocean. with Audrey Munson
as the central figure. thisprdc
tion has challenged descriptive
writers for comparisons of its ar
tistlo merit. Nothingehas been given
:o thpe screen that approaches it in
point of naturalness, and since Miss
ufunson was guided by the most
adroit directors in giving to the
~amera her expressions of artistic
~hought, little is left to imagina
ion. A very large company of
lancers was employed in support of
diiss Munson. and "Purity." the title
wrhich has been given to the pro
luction. Is likely to establish new
sox office records for the new man
agement of the Casino. "Twilight
tslep" continues during this week.
Gles Eehe Park.
Labor Day will be observed as usual
with Glen Echo Park, a number of
ree features having been arranged
o.' the thousands of pleasure-seekers
xpected to spend a. part of the holi
lay at the popular resort. All of the
ong list of regular amusements of
he park that include the two thrill
ides, the miidwaf. carrousel. Japanese
all games, Jake'. various emporiums
.nd other attractions are on the daily
FIll and dancing to 'music by a 10
4eeohesetrai n of the ular
ay visitor's will have another' oppor
unity this week to hear Bol Min
ter's own band, the organisation that
mler in the easem met with so en-i
Isaate a reeflgms. This, like the I
mak mess .s... Sq 5
MAY ADFEIRRY UNE
Steel Company Sub-iits Ofer to
City to Operate Boat
TEE BERALD 0RIEAD.
B. E. Enight & sm.
=-0 ti ssteet.
Alexanderla, Va., Aug.-The propo
sal submitted to the city qouncil to
night by the Washington Uteel and
Ordnance Company, through William
Dalton, general manager, having for
its object the establishment of a ferry
between this city and the company's
plant on the opposite side of the river
at Glesboro Point, under certain con
ditions, for its employee *who pro
pose to make their homes here, was
reported on favorably by the city
council at a joint session held tonight.
This action was taken by the coun
cil after hearing the matter explained
by E. A. Lycett, employment mana
ger of that company, who stated that
his company has on its payroll 2,
men; that its annual payroll is $2,50000u
and there are sixty-seven Alexand
riana employed at the plant. TI6 pay
Is $45000 annually in wages. Homes.
he said, are asked here for these
men. His company, he said, wants
this city to give $20 a day toward
the operation expenses for a year or
approximately $500 a month, for a
period of one year, and nothing is
to be paid until DO men employed at
the plant reside in this city. The
operating expenses of the boat are to
be Wi0 a day, according to Mr. Lycett.
The meeting was presided over by
F. F. Marbury, president of the board
of alderman. and nine members of the
council and seven members of ItN
board of aldermen were present, to
gether with a large gathering of repre
sentative business men.
President Smith explained the com
pany desires this city to pay $500 a
month towad the operation ex
penses of the ferry after 200 employes
are brought to Alexandira to live.
President Marbury also outlined the
proposition, saying that after 540 men
are established in homes here noth
ing is paid by the city as the ferry
then will be self-sustaining. The De
partment of Labor, he stated also.
was behind the movement.
Before council took action on the
matter a committee composed of H.
W. Smith, George H. Evans, from the
common council, and W. W. Ballen
ger, from the board of aldermen, was
appointed to draft a resolution and
they reported favorable on the meas
After their report had been adopted,
which report recommended that three
members of common council and two
members of the hoard of aldermen
be appointed to draft the necessary
resolutions on the matter, a commit
tee composed of Aldermen Ballenger
and Wilkins and Councilmen Howard
Smith. Lawler and Bales was named.
This committee will make its report
to President Marbury, of the board of
aldermen, and first a meeting of the
aldermen will be called and the mat
ter acted on and three days there
after common council will act on the
A handsome tablet to commemorate
the memory of the late Rev. Henry
J. Cutler. who. fct 22 years was
pastor of St. Mary's Catholic Church.
this city, will be unveiled with fitting
ceremonies tomorrow morning fol
lowing the celebration of a solemn
high mass of requiem at R 'e-lock, the
occasion being the second anniversary
of the death of Father Cutler. A
eulogy will be delivered by Rev. Luis
Smet. pastor of the local church. Rev.
L. F. Kelly. assistant pastor, will
be the celebrant of the mass and
Rev. Joseph Kelly. pastor of St.
Joseph's Church. and Rev. Michael
Daly. an assistant pastor of St.
Mary's, deacon and sub-deacon. re
A carload of exhibits. prepared by
the liepartment of Agriculture in this
city, were shipped today to tutchin
son, Kans., to be displayed at the
State fair which will he held in that
city next month. Included in the
exhibit are grain. alfalfa and animal
Industry and rathological specimens.
There are also models of poultry
houses, traps, nests and bromides. de
monstrating the work of the bureau.
Included also are six wind-brake
models, methods used in dipping sheep
and cattle. An exhibit of work on
road building and bridge uliding also
will be shown by the good roads de
partrnent. The exhibit was prepared
by Prof. F. Lamson Scribner. chief of
office exhibits and A. A. Ormsby. is
sistant chief, assisted by I. M. Kline.
Mr. Kline will go to New York Sat
urday to lake up the exhibit on can
ning now on exhibition at the offices
of the Consolidated Gas Company in
Mrs. Rebecca Sherwood, about 4
years old. who lives on lower Prince
street. either fell or jumped from the
Prince street wharf as 6 o'clock this
evening and was rescued by Leo
Dowling an. rushed to the Alexandria
hospital where she was treated by
Drs. Kilpitein and Snowden. iar
condition is not regarded as serious.
Last rites for Thomas F. Jacobs,
day foreman of the composing room
of The Washington Herald, were
held at 4 o'clock this afternoon, at
his late home, 5M South Lee street,
and were attended by a large gath
ering of relatives and friends.
among whom were many of his fc!
low employes on The Herald, and
members of Columbia Typographi
cal Union, No. 101. of Washington.
Services were conducted by Rev. A.
E. Spellman. pastor of Trinity M. E.
Church. and burial was made in
Pallbearers were: Rl. E. Knight.
L. Ht. Thompson. John C.orsa and
John Rteed, this city, and Messrs.
Lear. Smith and Fraser. of Washing
It cost Weatmoreland Davis, Dem
ocratic nominee for governor, $8,
880.30 for his campaign expenses In
the recent primary, according to his
account filed Saturday with the
clerk of the court for Loudoun
County, V'a. Among the big items
listed are: Stationery, postage and
telephone tolls. $3,069.51; printing
and circular letters, $2,547.35; ad
The body of Mrs. Susie Elizabeth
Nichols, who died yesterday, at her
home. 1800 fluke street, was shipped
this afternoon to Delaplane, Faua
luier County. Va., at which place
the funeral will take place at 1
o'clock, Thursday afternoon, from
the home of her brother, Carroll Iden.
The annual excursion of Alexan
dria Lodge of Elks, No. 758, Benev
alent and Protective Order of Elks,
given today to Marshall Hall, was
Japanese copper mines yielded 1l1,
i62 tons of ore last year, an increase
f nearly 30,000 tons from the pre
NUXA TED IR ON
of delicate, nervous,
rundown people 100
$100 forfeit If it
falls as per full ex
planation in large
erticle soon to ap
pear in this paper.
sk your Eetor c r a-uggist about it.
*nh ODete Drug Stores and
'eseeDu tores always carry
Our Silk and Dress Goods de- I
partments have been moved )
to the Third Floor, where
thy are FLOODED with
daylight. Six modem elec
tric elevators will take you
there in a jiffy.
A few years ago a friend of
ours-a research chemist
spent two years trying to
take the "kick" out of
cottonseed meal so that it
could be fed to pigs with
out killing them. The
meal formerly had gone
Today cottonseed oil-an
extract from the meal-is
so greatly in demand that
chemists are looking for a
substitute in order that
some of our biggest manu
facturing plants for food
stuffs may go on.
What a change a few years
will make. Yesterday a
a drug on the market, to.
day the supply less than
Most of us do not realize
how fast this old world
moves, because we do not
have time to sit down and
Often we can hardly realize
that this big store has
grown from nothing in a
little over fifty years. It's
Economy in E
They will surely be much higher
Come in cassimeres and cheviots
mixtures. Made in fancy color
lined and taped throughout. Sn
Serge Suits.......... .
Pinch-back style, with three-piece
detachable belts and patch pock
ets. Guaranteed fast dyes and
pure wool. Sizes 6 to 18 years.
Will be marked $2.00 to $3.00
more in a short time.
Middy Suits ......... 1.
One long and one short pair of
pants; made of linene in all
white or with navy blue trim
ming. Sizes 3 to 8 years.
Boys' Wash Suits
Values to $2 Values to $3
Sizes 2V2 to 8 years.
Gene Silks, I
Both of these materials come w
a variety of fancy colored strif
teed to wash perfectly and to
finish. Being used widely for
blouses for early fall.
Also Surah Silks. Both of them <
the ones seen nowadays in to
skirts of silk. Each is 36 inch
Third Floor-Lansburgh & Bro.
This assortment of High-grade La
Cluny and Scotch Lace Curta
choice of white, ivory or ecru
Up to $2.50
At this price there are two lots,
one of filet net with neat lace
border, the other of Brussels
lace effects in strongly made
Nottingham Curtains. Full
widths and lengths.
At $1.50 Each
Drcsses so well made and so
pretty that many will use
themi for more than just or
dinary house wear.
Trhese house dresses are made
of percale in a nunmber of
neat striped effects. All have
large collar., are button
trimmed and have pockets.
Sizes 36 to 46.
These petticoats are made of
cotton taffeta, in black with
a pink floral design. Also in
Persian banding effects. All
have deep pleated flounces
with small ruffles.
Bungalow Aprons, 59c
Serviceable, well-made aprons
of lawns, in blue, pink and
lavender. The yokes are all
finished with white piping.
Buttoned-back models. Spe
Third Floor-Lansburgh & Bro.
Voting in Prize I
test Starts Too
)ne vote with every 1Oc spent i
votes, etc. Photographs numb
Department. Take sales slips C
First 1 In merchandise.
Prize... U Your selection.
Second In merchandise.
Prize... $5 Your selection.
'hird In merchandise.
Prize... $3 Your selection.
Fourth In merchandise.
Prize... $1 Your selection.
Fifth In merchandise.
Prize... $1 Your selection.
Appropriate Souvenir fe
Remember, voting starts promptl:
votes can be cast after closing t
Ask Friends to Cast Vote Cn
priced when the season opens.
in plain blue, brown and gray
and pinch-back style. Pants
es 6 to 18 years.
Eifth Floor-Lansburgh & Bro.
Dth and San
th a pure white ground and
es. All of them are guaran
retain both the color and the
men's shirts and women's
ome in fancy triped effects
many of the fashionable fall
Like the Present I
:e Curtains includes Irish Point,
ins. They range from 2H,'2 to 3
Curtains suitable for every win
-lit and miss designs, finished
with fringed ends.
18x36-in. Rugs ..........25c
24x36-in. Rugs ..........45c
27x54-in. Rugs ..........79c
Splendid little rugs for the bath
or bedroom. Very special.
At $4.95 P
Using from $3 to $6.50
damask, velvet or tapestry,
your furniture does not ret
than I Vz yards of 50-ic
It's seldom an ordinary p
that much. These materiali
samples from one of Baltin
prominent decorators. Just
and our wagon will stop
work. Extra large pieces
count as two pieces.
Fourth Floor-Lansburgh & E
Steuu Hears: Ops 3:1
laby Photo Con
lay and Ends
n the store. Thus $1 gives 10
tred and on display in Infants'
bere and get vote coupon.
Sixth $1 In merchandise.
Prize... Your selection.
Seventh $ In merchandise.
Prize... A Your selection.
Eighth 1 In merchandise.
Prize... A Your selection.
Ninth $1 In merchandise.
Prize... A Your selection.
Tenth $l In merchandise.
Prize... AYour selection.
r Every Baby Entered.
r at 8:15 this morning and no
me Sat rday. September 29.
sos for Yew Favorite Cld.
36 inches wide: superior,
fine, soft-finished, extra
heavy quality, for making
women's and children's
garments. Only a limited
quantity at this price.
$1 White Wash
Cordry, yard..... 9c
36-inch White Wash Vclvet
6nish Corduroy; wide
wAale. desirable for skirts
and sport coats.
Up to 60c Skirtimgs,
Xssortn:ent includes 36-inch
Gahardine. Beach Suiting.
French Plaid Pique. Sport
Stripes and a good line of
plain colors, including
white; also plenty of
khaki color. much wanted
at this time.
'Main Floor-Lansburgh &
This Store Will
Be Open All
Please have these new store
hours in mind when planning
your week-end buying.
Store Opens 8:15 A. M.
Store Closes 5 P. M.
Marie Antoinette. Lacet. Arab,
yards long and full widths. Your
dow in the house.
Up to $32.75
Seamed and Seamless Axmin
ster Rugs in pretty Oriental
designs and in rich colorings.
Rugs that are good enough
for any room in your home.
uare more m
ore's most I""
S A_ -E.;oe.9M.
--ave money on saonM
mea Note, senwe
dm ever before, i dh
'time to econoomze-.ad
here are ofered itm
that wil help you do i
at Sc Piece
White Twilled Tape in a va
riety of widths. Without
certifcate. 7c: with certi
ficate. 5c piece.
3 for I0c
With certificate only.
Shell or Amber Hair Pins.
Without certificate. 19c;
,with certificate. 10c.
Your doilies and scarfs will
be without a wrinkle if
you keep them in a Cre
tonne Doily Roll. Without
certificate. 50c; with cer
Corset Cosers in pretty
stamped de'igns. Without
certificate. 25c; with cer
Boys' Leather Belts in black
or tan: gun metal buckle.
Without certificate. 25c;
with certificate. 21C.
Boys' "Hickory" Overalls of
good material, with small
brown and white stripes.
Without certificate. 35c;
with certificate. 27c.
Full club size. in black and
imitation walrus grain; in
side neatly lined with side
pocket. Good, strong han
dles. With certificate, spe
cial at $1.49.
at $1.00 Pair
Beautiful filet and Brusael ef
fects; 2M/ to 3 yards
long; in white or eeru.
Without certificate sell up
to $2: with certificate,
Round, square. pointed and
the new roll models. trim
med with rufle. Glet lace.
and tucks. Without certi
ficate. 50c; with certil