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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THUBflMY, OCTOBER 10, 1012.
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IN SCHOOLS SAYS
. DIRECTOR STUART
Improvement in Past Genera
tion of Students, Declares
.. Public School Official.
Joseph Weingart, Hangs Self at Eend of Wire in Alexan
, dria Building Knights of Columbus Complete Ar
rangements, for Discovery Day Celebration.
"School children ot today spell better
thtvtho of a generation or two ago,
in iplta of popular opinion to the con
trary." laid A. T. Stuart director of
Intermediate Instruction In tha District
schools, today, apropos of an order he
wag 'lending out to the grade achoola on
tha ubjecf ot apelllng. The order la a
.renewal of one of April IB last, Inclosing
a Hat ot commonly mlaapelled words.
"Children, careful Investigation shows,
spell better nowadays," commented Mr.
Btuart, J'ln spite of the fact that they
have a. harder task. Fifty yeara ago
auch a word a aeroplane was not In
the spelling book, for the sufficient
reaaon that It did not exist Many new
words have bean added to the common
vocabulary,' ahd achool children are now
taught to spelt all the words they meet
In other studies than spelling "
Tho list of commonly misspelled worda
ia derived from reports by the teach
ra tmimselvee. and each teacher is en
joined cot only to drill her charges Inl
the words In which her particular
proteges fall, but In the words whlcn
experience shows are mlsapelled oil
through the schools and through various
grades. The records show that some
worda, such as "separate," "precede,"
rnd "recommend" are Incorrectly
spelled aa often In the eighth grade as
in the third and fourth.
"Unless pupils are made to learn the
apelllng of these stumbtera they will be
troubled by them all their days," said
Mr. Btuart, who himself, like almost
everyone else, has a pet orthographic
obstacle, this being "courtesy," which
word, Mr. Stuart rays, he always haa
to look up In tha dictionary "whenever
be writes it.
Besides "precede," "separate," and
"recommend." the lint of commonly mis
spelled words In the order Includes
these: Nickel, twelfth, village, piece,
necessary, aeveral, neighbor, wholly,
Engineer Commissioner Judaon left
last night for Pittsburgh to Inspect the
municipal asphalt plant of that city.
Provision for the establishment ot a
similar institution In the Dlatrict will
be Included In the Commissioners' esti
mates. The Commissioners last year
recommended an appropriation of $80,00)
for a 'municipal plant, but tl was not
approved hv Congress. Included In the
District appropriation bill, however, was
WAaHINOTOft TIMES BUItEAU,
ALEXANDIUA, VA., OCT, 10.
Employes 6t the Portner brewery
were horrified yesterday ,, afternoon
when they went to the second floor to
change their clothing, after the comple
tion of the day's work, to find the
body of Joseph yWetngart, a fellow
employe, dangjlng from a rafter, around
which had been attached a half-Inch
wire cable. The body fas quickly cut
down, but Dr. Llewellyn "Powell, who
Ks summoned, announced that the
man had been dead for some time, A
certificate of death by suicide was Is
sued by Dr. Samuel B. Moore, city
Welngart was foreman of the keg
wash room, and had been employed in
the brewery for many years. According
to tha statement of his friends, h had
been In a despondent mood for the paat I
several weeks, which Is bslMved to
have been the cause ot his act.
He was forty-two yeara of age, and
Is survived by a wire and three chil
dren. Funeral arrangements have not
yet been made. '
Final arangements for ths observance
ot Discovery Day tomorrow were made
at last night's meeting ot Fttxgerald
Council, Knights of Columbus. A com
mittee headed by M. J. McFarland will
meet Mgr. Bonsano, apostollo delegate
to this country, and his suite la Wash
ington, escorting them toithe tomb of
Washington at ML Vernon, where a
wreath will be placed. The train will
arrive In Alexandria at 1:80, where It
will be met by other members ot the
local council. Upon their return they
will be conveyed In automobiles to tha
various points of Interest In this city,
being accompanied bv 'an escort com
posed of members ot the fourth degree
In uniform. '
n, vrr slven in charge ot a specially
appointed committee at last mgnvs
meeting ot Sarepta Lodgo of Odd Fel
lows. Another committee was appoint
ed to arrange for attending the cele
bration to be held in Washington next
The following Alexandria ladles have
lert for iiarnsonourg, wnere iner win
attend the State convention of the
"nlted Daughters of the Confederacy:
Mrs. E. II. O'Brien. Mrs. Wllber Reld,
Mrs. James E. Alexander, Mrs. Walter
McCarfery, and Mrs. Mary Keliey,
i Frank Dobson and Miss Melba May
Dod, both ot this city, were married In
the parsonage of the Second Presby
terian Church last night by the Rev.
lonn bee Allison, u
Discovery of America Will
Be Observed By Order
At Theater '
CONGRESS HEIGHTS -SCENE
Miss Mary Agnes Magruder Mar
ries Ralph C. Ballard at '
Mary's Hall, tho
nder the ausoices
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or Fitzgerald council, win oe neia. ao
At I d. m.. In St.
regular celebration, under
dresses will be made by Mgr.
sll. blshoD ot .
of the cathollo
The convention of, the Aasoclatlon of
Virginia Postmssters was brought to a
close yesterday afternoon with the se
lection of Norfolk aa the next place of
meeting, and the eleotlon of the follow
ing officers: 8. Brown Allen, of Staun
ton, president) E. McQulmby. of Suf
folk; W. H. Faulkner, of Bouth Boston!
W. If. Parker, of Onancock; R, A. An
derson, of Marlon, and Ia O. Funk
houser. of Roanoke, vice presidents;
C. A. McKlnney, ot Cape Charles, sec
retary and treasurer. The following
will compose the executive committee:
McClung Patton, Lexington; John B.
Klmberley, Old Point; W. T. Tiller,
Emporia; W, T. Herbert, Charlottes
ville; and Edgar Allan, jr., Richmond.
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers or the Chapln-Sacks Manufacturing
Company, of Washington, was held In
the Hotel Flelschmann last night, with
the election of the following directors,
who at a later meeting will select of
ficers: A. A. Chaptn. George P. Sacks,
Samuel C. Redman, Charles O. Pfluger,
William r. Carter, tnuli P. Krev. W.
A. H. Church, Norman T. Engle, and
O. Taylor Wade. After declaring the
annual dividend of 10 per cent, to be
paid next month, a buffet luncheon was
Gets $1,000 For Fall
Into Ditch in Alley
District Knights of Columbus will
hold a celebration ot the discovery of
America by Christopher Columbus on
Sunday. It will be Wild at Poll's!
Theater at I:M o'.ctock p. m., and all I
members of the order, with their fami
lies and friends are Invited to attend. "
Arrangements are In the hands of a
commltteo ' from Washington chapter,
consisting ot Qorge F. MoAvoy, Dr.
Joseph A. Mudd, Charles W. Darr, Wil
liam J. Mcaee, William P. Normoyle,
and Richard A. CJurtln. i
Invitations have been extended to the
anoatollc delegate. Mar. n.iiano. and
to the members of the SDOetollc dele- I
gallon, to the clergy of the city, and to
many of tho prominent business men
and residents of tne District.
A wedding of more than local in
terest was the ceremony last evening
in the Congress Heights Methodist
Episcopal Church for Miss Mary Agnes
Magruder and Ralph C. Ballard. The
Rev Merrltt Earl, the pastor of the
Acting aa ushers at the ceremony were
Philip Magruder, Walter Ballard. Rich.
ra uowman, and Thaddeue Duvsll.
The bride was given In 'marriage by
her father, Fielder MagVuder. Her
gown was a becoming one of white mar-
ueseiie over wnit satin,, wun Blue
duchess lace. Her 'bridal veil was
caught with a spray of lilies of the
valley, and she carried a shower bou
quet of roses and lilies of tha valley.
Attending her as maid of honor was
Miss Gladys Wright, who wore whits
voile over yellow satin and carried a
bouquet ot white roses. The brides
maids were Misses Madeline Hoag,
Marlon Cox, Florence dude, and Mar
Haswell Magruder, brother ot ths
bride, wss the best man, Mrs. A. C.
Townsend wss the organist and ren
dered the ' wedding marches.
Tha couple left for Chichester, N. H.,
on their bridal Journey, and they will
Eo later to East Orange, N. J., where
r. Ballard Is In business.
Chemists To Jtyeet. , .
The Chemical Society of Washington
will hold a meeting at ( o'clock tonight
In the Cosmos Club. It will be devoted
to the sectional Interests of ths Eighth
International Congress of Applied
.oo to Luray, Va, and Return, Balti.
mors 4 Ohio R. It, Sunday, October
) Jth. Special train leaves Union 8UUon
1:11 a. m. Advt.
Reduced Fares to Louisville. Peonrvl
vanla Railroad. Only UB.W from Wash
ington. Ticxets on sais uctooer u, if.
and IS, good to return to reach Wash
ington not later than October M. Advt.
For a Soft, Velvety Skin .
and Bright, Fluffy Hair.
Fall winds have a peculiarly blight'
Ins; effect on tho delicate akin and
proper safeguards should be used to
protect It. A highly meritorious lo
tion can be made at little cost by dis
solving 4 ounces spurmax In either ',4
pint witch hasel or hot water and
adding: 2 teaspoonfuls glycerine. This
dries quickly. Is Invisible when on and
Imparts, that soft tint of healthy
maidenhood to the skin. Ths spurmaM
lotion serves every purpose of pow
der and makes clear and beautiful
"Stringy," unmanageable nair is the
result of improper shampooing. A
Very satisfactory shampoo for fall Is
prepared by dissolving a teaspodnful
canthrox in a cup no
makes a rich, bland lather that re
moves svery atom of dust, dandruff
and excess oil and after rinsing, the
hair dries quickly with a rich even
color and gloss. Canthrox ahnmpoos
make ths hair fluffy and encourage a
thick, long growth.
he meeting win be presided over oy
Harrington, the state aep-
Rev. O'Connell. bishop
and Rev. Melody
' ' A h.IUI tl ftfrt feaa fn vtninw1
With full Masonic ceremonies, con-1 " ' ' .' ,' , n.rt Va , ,
th. imrara nr a fanflr .. , vi j"j ..... .--.. .- -
uty of the Knights ot Columbus for
tne District, wno win msKe tne open
ing address. Addresses will be deliver
ed by Commissioner Rudolph, John Bar
ren, airecior general or. ma ran-Amcr-lcan
Union; Rev. Charles Warren Cur
rier, and by several others.
The committee haa arranged for a
musical program In additions, and se
cured the services of Caldwell's Orches
tra, two quartets, and several soloists.
To Serve on Gunboats
Ensigns In the future will see their
first service after graduating from the
Naval Academy on gunboats and small
er vessels Instead of tha big battle
hips of the Atlantic fleet. This policy
mill Include many ot the graduates of
1911. who will become watch and di
Secretary of the Navy Meyer believes
(hut gunboats are excellent schools for
nung onicer. as intr are uiruvvn uvrc
on their town resources.
ducted bv the officers of
Washington Lodge of Masons, the cor-; favor of James M, Wood, former super
nerstone ot the Sunday school building mtendent of the Street Cleaning Depart-
?n.iiB till ?.t I 'Vim V.rdiv af- ,n nl" "ult for "m w '
teTifoonr TelnNnrbox''h; leed injuries received In falling Into
stone Included current copies of local . a pit in an alley between Thirteenth
newspapers, several coins, copies of re-; and Fourteenth streets, near I street.
llgious papers, ana wio py-w i '" , March I, 190B.
an Item of M,000 for the investigation of
me cost ana aeairaoiiitT or tne nrojeci.
D. E. McComb, former superintendent
ot sewers of ths District and later In
charge of municipal Improvements at
Havana, Is employed as an expert by
the District to conduct the Investigation.
His report will be submitted to the next
Installation of the three big wireless
towers and equipment of the Navy De
partment at Arlington, the station that
will be the main stem in a great system
destined to span tha universe, is prac
Tests of ths apparatus will be made
In the next day or two. The Initial test
Is designed to try out the spark, and Its
sending power. After this the first at
tempt will be made to communicate with
othec stations on the coast and afloat.
The big station will probably be In
full operation In the next week or two.
All construction work has been com
pleted. Mrs. Mazie Drury
Mrs. Mazle Drury, twenty-one years
Id, who mado a third attempt to end
her lire Tuesday night by drinking a
quantity of creosote, was able to leave
the Casuslty Hospital today.
It was stated today that William Dru
ry, tne young woman s nusDana, is in
no way connected with tho grocery busi
ness of his mother, Mrs. Ida B. Drury,
at 23& E street northeast. It was also
stated he had not made his home at the
K street address for several years.
Away With the
"MM" ImU Knife tni Chisel
This was followed by an address by
Rev. John Lee Allison, pastor of the
church, who outlined tha history of the
church from Its organisation. Ite anni
versary would ba formally celebrated
In 1917, he stated.
John Frank Brown, the twelve-year-old
son of John D. and Annie Brown,
died at the family residence, 222 Jeffer-
n street, at 10 o clock last night, fol
lowing an Illness of several weeks.
Arrangements for an entertainment
to be given Wednesday evening, October
The testimony was to the effect that
Mr. Wood was an Inspector at the time
of the accident. Negligence was
charged. It being claimed that the Dis
trict authorities failed to have the pit
Attorneys for the plaintiff were C. A.
Kstgwln, W. J. Neale, and J. N. Eng
land. I1.33 Baltimore and Return, Baltimore
A Ohio., Every Saturday and Sunday.
Good to return until 9.00 a. m. Train
Monday. All trains both ways. Includ
ing the Royal umlted. Advt
Wit & &k
Have you a corn, callous, bunion,
wartl Use judgment use "Bingo."
Don't try to slice It oft or dig It out
don't run risk of blood oolsonliigl Don't
let corn surgeon cut or sandpaper your
fent. How can he know how deep to
bo without hurting you without draw
ing blood T Why pay him more for Just
temporary relief than a whole bottle of
"liingo ' costs (2 Ditti? uon t use sticgy
plaster with thin coating ot dope to
affect surface only with straps to bulge
the stocking Increase pressure against
tendsr. painful spot and make you
wear larger shoes.
Bingo's better, quicker, safer, more
thorough. Oets rid of these pests en
tire. Allays pain and Inflammation
quick's a wink. Corn or callous shrivels
up you pick It off, throw It away
Harmless to normal flesh.
Dingo's 15a st drug storta, or aent direct by
Stnnlion Pharmacol Co , 111 No Dearborn
Bt Chicago. IIL 8ol4 In thU city by reopleji
Drug Store, cor. Tin and K !. N. V and
7th and E an.; Affleck's two buay drug
atorea. 904 a at: and Itth and F,sta.; W. T.
Kerf cot. jr., 7th and L, ite N. W.; James
HAHN'S FOOTBALL VOTING CONTEST
A free trip to the Tale-Harvard Football Oame Is to be award
ed to the most popular High School Olrl or Boy.
5 votes for School
This coupon void after October Ifth.
Additional voters gtven with all purchases.
Another Friday Sale
Of Children's Good. Shoes
Again tomorrow we place on sale that excel
lent lot of Misses' and Children's Button Boots
secured from a big manufacturer at 1-3 less than
present Market Prices.
There was quite a scramble for these shoes
last Friday, as they are EXCEPTIONAL VALUES.
Gun Metal Calf Vici Kid and Patent Leather
Boots well made and nicely styled on shapely
wide toe lasts.
Sizes 5 to 8, Worth Sizes 8T to 11, Worth Sizes 1 14 to 2, Worth
S1.50, &4 4Q $LZ5, 4 QQ $2;00 &A JA
Friday . $ I . I & friday . $ .J J Friday . $ S)J
it.oo Harpers Ferry, Charles Town, Win
cheater, and return, Baltimore & Ohio,
Bunday. October Uth. Special train leaves
Union Station 8.00 a. m. Advt.
Resinol Soap a
real baby Soap
RESINOL Soap is abaolatety
freo from the harsh, in-,
jurions alkali present In or
dinary soaps even in so-called
"skin soaps." BeaMes, it eon
tains the same BootWngv heallnc
antiseptic balsams that have
made Roeinol Ointment so suc
cessful in the treatment of skin
affections. That Is why Resinol
ia the safest baby soap and why
its regular use will generally
prtvent all the distrostrinjr rashes
and chafing of babyhood. Best
for your bath and toilet, too.
TrUl free" Kahol Soap (2(e) and,
inai iree. otntnnt(o)erln.'
raraobls auueolioU raaeedioa for skta and
scalp tienhUa, burns, wooneX sons,
bolle. pimples and ptloe. Your draaaiat
sens them, but foe fro sampeas of each.
urito Deft 7.A, Keetool Chem. Co., Bal
5 'WAY $1.95 SPECIALS"
" Values made pcsslble only by enormous buying and cloje
profit selling Shoes ycu can't duplicate ebewhere under T.M
and $3 the palrl
EV. MU u Styles, Sterling Calf. Box Oraln Calf,
rormen -vicl Kid, and Brown Zulu Calf Working, Street.
nM n..M CH.AAB I.. Til. I.Va. T ..... . .
IGaltcr styles; medium or full wide toes; solid
1 sorts of stylish, up-to-date, and well
' made Tan and Black Calf and Kid and Pat
Sent Colt Boots. In Hmart.looklna. hutlnn
styles, with cloth or kid tops, aluo bluchers.
Fnr Rnv I0. """I'E k,"ds ' Goodyear Welt-sewed, oak-
ror POy soled. Tan, Black, and Patent, Button, and
Laced Boots for school or dress wear excep
SSZSS tlonal qualities. Sizes, 1 to 6U.
p p;,!. Oun Metal Calf and Patent Colt High-cut, Weath-
ror jlTM er-prcof Storm Boots with soft, dull calt tops
,u Bi-iivvi ni-ttr, ana rviisDie 1'atont uoit
Cloth-top Dress Boots. Sizes 11 VJ to 2.
OTHER STRONG "SPECIALS" for FRIDAY
Suedo "Siesta" Slip-
ers, for the house,
olora: Black, brown,
red, blue, green, lav
kid Juliets.'1 with
elastic corlngs at
sides (or house or
street wear plain
common sense toes
or with patent tips.
soft durable Vlcl Kid
Patent Tip, Wedge
Heel Button and Laced
Boots, Sizes 4 to 8.
WOMEN'S swell 13.60
gro4e TAN HUBSIA
C A L P BUT TO N
BOOTS 2 smart styles
with: the popular short
front wide toes some
with extension edge,
rope stitched soles.
Good Wearing J1.15
O r a d e Box Calf
Bluchers s t r 1 o 1 1 y
solid soles. Sizes 9
1! YOUNG MEN'S
Bnappy styles of ex
cellent J3 SO grade
Pall Tan, Black and
Shoes. In the new
TjgtfjjABLE SHOE Ayolg
233 Pa. Ave.. 5.E.
3338 M St N. W.
19 IN ALL '
3 loaves Star of the
East Bread for
Fancy Yellow Onions,
Per bushel ,..75c
toes, per peck. .
Per bushel 75c
Eagle Brand Milk,
per can ,. ...
Pure Black Pepper, j(J
eround, per lb leUv
$1.00 Tea, any kind, in
ner lb t 4-yi
Large packages Quak
er Oats, per package
garine, per lb
3 packages Marco
Macaroni or Spaghetti
25c cans Red Top
Asparagus, per can. , . .
Imported Sardines in fie
boullion, 4 cans for tD
. Pearl tateM
for use on chll
d r a n ' a school
frocks or boys'
Several a I z o s .
They are Fresh
Water Pearl But
tons, a dozen on
a card and offer
ed at 4o tomor
row. Trimming Store
November Style Sheets Free
Illustrating; Pictorial Review and Ladles' Home Journal patterns best on
the market today. Wide rants of styles all authentic Pattern Stores
3 Oa Lots.
-in. size, em
SCARFS of Aus
trian linen, size
ll bv St In., eye'
Jet embroidery de
signs, lo cioao
out this lot An0
ths price ls'5C
Here it is ! the first of the fall season '
One of the Busy Corner's famous sales of
Women's stylish tailored suits
Newest models $ 1 SY00
VMuaovti9-75 Choice - 1 U""
We have planned for a record day in response to this announcement ! !
Every good style that has. been produced tor this season Is to be found In this special lot Every
he Is here also for both women and misses. And when you consldor that not a garment In the collec
tion is valued at less than $19.76 the lowest price quality we permit to enter our stock you can readily
realize the preparations we have made to aire you an extraordinary bargain, and the Importance of your
Hundreds aid ktudredt el tub, botk plaia tailored aad triamed aodels
In the season's best materials such as Mannish Screes. Mannish Novelties. Mannish Diagonals. Mannish
Mixtures In the most popular colorings. Including black, navy, Brown and mixtures.
BurelT YOU will Investlsratu narlv jTrtrtnv thrh eitnrinv vnnn'!! nl hast ohntA ALT. SAT.Ffl
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FIJTAL HO ALTEBATIONS. V
Butt Store Second Floor.
Sweaters and coats for
the little folks at
Friday cut prices
A little announcement that will Interest you
Misses' Whits Sweaters, fancy weaves, hlsrh neck.
finished with pockets, and ptfaxl but- st
tons, sizes 6 to U years, fttoo values, J llll
ek fitvlev fln.
ir, one style
ows of braid,
"V neck style.
Three Misses' Red Sweaters,
Ishtd with Dockets ana Dearl
In 14-year-old size only,
Bedford Coats, made with cape collar, one style
Is trimmed with ribbon ruffle, and S rows of braid.
Miiumcr .ijio I. iriminca wun iwo rows
or rlDBon and braid. 1-year size, worth
J.W, rTiaay at.
I Children's Wear Store Second Floor.
Few certla buy much in
Wash goods lengths
The very wash fabrics that you want most will
be found In these lengths tomorrow at prices that
you will be glad to pay:
9c yard 1214c quality.
RED SEAL, DRKSS OlNCfllAMS, new designs
and colors; lengths 2 to 10 yards.
6c yard rioc quality.
These Percsles are a yard wide. Light or dark
grounds with attractive colored figures, dots and
6cyard 8c quality.
Apron Ginghams. In blue, brown or green. In dif
ferent else checks.
7c yard 12j4,c to 19c qualities.
These Include Ginghams, Percales, Voiles,
tlstes, and Poplins useful lengths.
Bargain Tables Street Floor.
Remnant day in the rug store
The big sale of rugs has left a large number of small lots that are to go out tomorrow at prices
that will bring you in rain or shine after, them.
75 heavy sample rugs
9x12 ft. Greatly reduced
These are the famous Alexander Smith & Sons
Sale of mattings and oilcloths
The Oilcloth Is a 36c grade. In tile, conven
tional, and floral designs.
The MATTING Is 110-warp, In carpet effect"),
In greens, reds, blues, and tans; J8c to 35c grades.
FRIDAY A YARD-lfe,
.00 WOOL INGRAIN RUGS, 1x12 ft..
seamless, reversible, copies or men
S "KALLISTON" RUGS. Sxll ft Fine wool chenille
seamless reversible rugs, t samples. In solid colors,
with contrasting color line borders. In
greens, tans, and reds. S37.B0 values. Sale MC Cft
$4 00 MATTING nUGS, 9x12 ft. Stenciled In copies
orientals ana in iiorai ncsisjns. r ri- vi QC
makes, and very popular ruKs at the recular nrices,
inree iota to select xrom ana a good assortment In
each lot In Oriental or floral designs. Sufficient va
riety to find colors to (harmonize with the majority
of color schemes In a room.
LOT 1 Phllllpsburar. Brussels, and
'Da lists A am nalv'i TA imlna bS.a.I
tsluS TCSVVV, a,.e YBIUlj U 1 1U 1 1 0 . t , ,
LOT 2 The Colonial Wilton Velvet Rugs,
good neavy (trade, 325.00 value, sale price.,
LOT 3 Wilton Velvet Rugs, worth 336;
Smith's "best;" sale price
1.000 Fringed remnant rugs
Ob nartrsln Table Street floor.
, LOT 1 Heavy Brussels, 13Hxl3H; Axmln
sters and velvet, 13x18 In., in values up to 60c,
LOT 2 Axmlnsters and Wilton Velvet Rugs,
27x27 In.. 98c values, at
LOT 3 Axmlnsters, extra heavy, Sx0
Inches; $4.60 values for
Dress goods remnants
will fly "
Because of the low price on
several of the season's favorites
Mothers of girls should particularly appre
ciate this chance.
I Choice at 39c yard
36 to 42-inch All-wool Storm Serges, Ba
tistes, Nun's Veilings, Serges, and Poplins in
such wanted colors as 'red, garnet, maroon,
tan, gray, light blue, navy, reseda, and black.
Lengths of 2 to 0 yards Dress Goods Store,
The most popular silks
Valued at 50c to 75c, priced
Friday at 30c yard
Prices take this decided tumble- to give uu a
record Friday aalo. Silks you want for many
purposes and cut from full pieces.
Among the weaves Included are
Novelty Silks Messallncs Fean De Cygnes
Pongees Liberty Satins Foulards
Checked Silks Striped Silks Black
Foulards Black China Silks
Find them on Street Floor Dargaln Table
Use ribbon lengths and tare money
Fall season brings with It so
many uses for ribbons, that the
low prices quoted below will be
appreciated. Kinds for every
RIBBONS satin or wash ef
fects, all colors, widths V4 to Q
H In. Choice, a yd 41
RIBBONS Including plain or
satin effects. In all colors, Fn
widths 1 to 2 In. Choice, a yd. Jv
RIBBONS Including satins or
fancy effects, sll new shades;
widths 3H to KH In., and -IA0
choice, a yd, XI l
Bargain Tables Street Floor,
Lengths of fleecedowns
and outings very low
Cold weather demands the
buying of such fabrtca-and It
will be economy for you to
Ity, pretty colors and very at
tractive designs; good lengths.
Tomorrow, a yard, ft3lln
Outing Flannels, In blue snd
pink stripes, all good lengths.
To close tomorrow, a fJ3hn
yard, only... I"v
Street Floor Bargain Tables.
Our one-piece d1
house droBsca, at P
Combine convenience, comfort,
economy, smartness of appearance
and good wearing qualities.
You save from Hoc to 75c by buy
ing at Friday's price of tl 00.
We have them In all sites, and
they are made ot plain and
checked chambrays, and percales.
All are new models, trim Gibson
pleated styles, and finished at bot
toms with extra wide and deep
hems. Many are In pretty striped
effects, blues and grays.
House Dris Store Adjacent o
waists Second Floor,
CTDonneir Crur Btoree, VA V at. N.
ChrlsUani Drug Co.. : Kb st. N. VT.