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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY: MAY 24: 1918.
MERE TOT GIVES
VE DOLLARS TO
Five dollars for the "sojers."
When a little girl, a tot who I
In the nrst grade, and Is Just learning
how to read, "There Is a man. I eeo
the bird," In her primer with a pink
and white apple blossom tree on the
cover poured out the pennies In a
little cotton bag today she found that
she had JO. .
These red pennies, so dear to tne
hearts of children, that she counted
and made tnto rows the way babies
play blocks, she had saved and col
lected during Red Cross week.
"Is that your contribution to the
lied Cross fund?" she was asked. She
wrhJtled her brow and a puzzled ex
pression came on her face as when
the teacher .asks her. "How much Is
two and twor She did not know
what such a big word as "contri
"No," she answered. That money
Is for the sojers."
Her name Is Evelyn Simpson, and
she is the daughter of Mrs. Eva A.
Simpson, of 3330 Prospect avenue
During Red Cross week she went
without suckers ana canay '"si."
..., aa km onri rhrlle ChsD
lln in the movies, to fave up her
-- ,v.'.nl.i.," She held us
H1UUCJT AUX miv -. -
everyone on the corners and asked lor
their money or tneir me
Now she says: "Dear Times, will
you kindly put my pitcher In the pa
per, so the sojers can see meT
KANSAS CITY, Mo., May 24. "I er
jPCCfc 1U tVUtlUUQ aJ .
This was ihe defiance voiced by
Mrs. Rose Pastor Stokes after a jury
In Federal courE had' convicted her
last night on all -three counts in the
Indictment against her under the
Sentence was deferred pending a
motion for- a new trial, which Is to
be heard June 1.- A flne of $10,000 or
twenty years In prison or both Is the
maximum penalty on each count on
which Mrs. Stokes was convicted.
The charges "against Hxs: Stokes
grew out -of a letter she sent to a
newspaper which wild;
"No government which Is for tne
profiteers can also be for 'the people,
and I am for th people while the
Government Is for the profiteers."
PALMER SEIZES MEGED
NEW YORK, May 24. A. Mitchell
Palmer, alien property custodian.
mniMinrfd here last nlcht that he had
seized seven corporations, mostly lo
cated in Massachusetts, wnicn ne saia
.... .mono ih nrlnclnal represen-
.,!.... in America, of the industry
planned to supply cotton to the Ger
man government. .
Five of the corporations the, New
-rivi X6nitfn comnanv. the Amert-
can'X.!nlers Company, the American
Products Company, tneoverseaa tra
ding Company, and Wplf & Sons are
Wolf & -Sdehne: one o"f the largest
cotton hottses in tne woria. xuey
.rrrar hnlrtlnei amounting, to
,,,! j nrxifiMi-
The ynglo-Amerlcan -Cotton Com
pany anO UlC KICiara Jinjur -Uur
pany. which were taken over, are de
clared by Mr. Palmer to be owned by
Rejs & Co of Heidelberg, Germany,
whose holdings in mis country
amount to approximately Sl.000,000.
7 WASHINGTON MEN
The following 'Washington men
have been commissioned In the army:
Alexander Moss "White, 1136 Fifteenth
street northwest, major, national
army; Henry Louts Sigourney. 1730
H street -northwest, captain, quarter
master corps, national army. William
K. Renwlck. 1CI4 North Capitol street,
captain, quartermaster corps, national
army: Francis Tnomas aiarsaen. uo-i
33 street southwest, first lieutenant,
medical corps, national army; alter
IT. Barrho, office of the chief of en
pincers, second lieutenant, engineers;
George 11 Iiarah, 73J -Fifteenth street
northwest, second lieutenant, engin
eers, national army: Harry D. Rapp.
second lieutenant, quartermaster
corps, national army.
DENMARK GETS U. S. GOODS.
Denmark Is to enjoy the same
privileges of receiving goods from
America a" Sweden and Holland, the
-war trade board announced. A new
list of commodities has been enmpil
ed which may be shipped by permis
sion In neutral bottoms from the Uni
Why Some People Wilfi Large
Appetites Fail to Gain Fiesh
vnr neoele who hnve larre aDse-
tltes never can seem to gain fleh or
strength and the reason for this Is bo
cause they get little nourishment
from the food they eat. This means
that the weakened system Is unable to
.take up the nourishment which the
food contains and this energy Is waJt-
ed, JI you wont to gain uesn you
mtmt f alee a food that your weakened
system can easily take up such a
ZOOa as rainer .jufiiio acuiudq wnicn
i absolutely pure and wholesome.
Pegin taking it today and see how
you gam n ftcisiu ou ui-ann. u in
guaranteed free from alcohol or
3angc-ous drugs In any form.
start today taking Father John"s
Medf'ne after m'als and at bedtime
and see how promptly cu gain weight
jjid new strength.
We Will Close A 11 Day Saturdays During July and A ugust. Closed All Day May 30th & July 4th
Do It Again, Washington!
Even if now it were not for your own sons,
as well as for humanity at large you would
just as surely, just as nobly give your dollars
to the great American Red Cross and once
again OVERSUBSCRIBE WASHINGTON'S
Help the Red Cross to Help Your Sons!
Summer Hours: 9:15 A. M. to 6 P. 31.
IT PAYS 'TO
k DEAL AT x
BOTH SIDES OF 7?" ATK'ST. THE PEpENDABtE,STOra
Annual Sale of Boys' "Spear" Brand
Straw Hats at 98c
Samples, surplus stock and overproduction of this famous
make of Boys Straw Hats, of various kinds of braids, in blue,
black, bleach, sand and brown. Shapes suitable for boys from
2 to 8 years of age. One, two, three and four of a kind.
CoMenberss Third Fleer.
Many Special Sales of Wearing Apparel Featured Saturday
Extraordinary Purchase of
400 Trimmed Hats
$5.00 and $5.98
Values Worth $7.00 to $10,00
Hats of "White .Milan, with full facings of Georgette Crepe, beauti
fully trimmed with soft feathers, flowers, and wide ribbons, in, the
newest summer shapes. ...
Black ilallne Hats, combined with horsehair braids, in stnnnlng,
large, dressy shapes; handsomely trimmed with soft feathers. .
Leghorn Hats In charming styles, .with
facings in pink. Copenhagen, and navy blue:
' trimmed with -imported flowers to corre
spond with the facings.
Sport and Tailored Hats of Rough Straw,
combined with white silks and ribbons. ."
Black Lisere Straw Hats, in large shapes,
with black- and -colored facings, with full
trimmings of. feathers.
Every hat is fresh, new. and wholly desir
able just out of the boxes, and In the most
desirable models for women and young girls.
$3.50 and $5.00
Hals at $2.98
embraces White Mi
lan Braid Hats. Pan
amas. Colored Mi
lan s. Colored Hemps,
Natural Color Leg
horns, and Cushion
brlm Hats, in nat
ural color. In the
newest and most
approved shapes for
trimmed with rib
bons or crushed
bands of lustrous
satin. Colors to
match sport clothes
and sweaters, also
Model Hate at
$10, $15 & $18
One hundred beau
tiful new Model Hals
on sale tomorrow at
these three prices
made of Georgette
Crepe. In pink, white,
purple, navy blue,
and black. Artisti
cally trimmed and
designed in the most
beautiful styles for
Women's White Footwear
at $2.50 to $10.U0
The call for white footwear to go with summer frocks
finds us well prepared to meet every need, wilh a complete
variety of the smartest .fashions in lace boots, pumps, oxfords
and trap slippers df white kid, reinskin, nubuck and canvas.
Welted and turn soles; sizes 2 to 7, A to D widths.
Women's $2.50 Silk
Hosiery, $1.98 Pr.
Classed As Imperfect Because of Slight
A special purchase of a lot of Women's Pure Silk Stockings, of
extra heavy firm wovqp, serviceable quality. Full fashioned with
lisle garter tops; in black, -white, champagne, bronze, fawn, gold and
other shades. Quantity is limited and will hardly last longer than a
day. Very special values at ,?1.98 pair. '
Remarkable Sale of Wash Skirts
Values Well Worth
$2.00 & $2.50
Newest Models and
With materials soaring in price every day, it will not be possible to duplicate these val
ues again. Judged by present wholesale costs, the materials alone are worth more today
than the price we name in tomorrow's sale for the finished skirt. Every woman who prac
tices economy will here find an opportunity to supply her summer wash skirt needs at rare savings.
. The season's approved models are shown in a splendid variety of materials, including
Fine Gabardines, Piques, Sport Striped Gabardines, Figured Gabardines, and Nov
city Skirtings, in pretty plaids, stripes, and checks.
The smart' models embrace Flare, Shirred, Yoke, Belted, Tailored, Sport, and Pleated effects;
some with large sport and pouch pockets, trimmed with pearl buttons.
All regular sizes for misses and women extraordinary values at a dollar!
Coldeabern'n Second Floor, and First Flsor, Bargain Booth.
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Patriotic Continental Hats
with purchases in the follow
Boys' Clotktiuc Third Floor.
Juvenile Department Third
of theso Conti
nental Hats. In
red. white and
blue, -with big
free with every
n the Boys'
nus ana chil
dren's Shoe De
partments. Boys &. Girls,
ask your moth
er to get you
one of these hats.
New White Dresses and Other
Summer Apparel for the Girls
In Our Third Floor Juvenile Clothes Section
New, charming styles in white dresses for little and big girls-r-as well as other warm
weather togs for the juveniles are featured for tomorrow at attractive prices.
Mothers should bring the youngsters here to be outfitted for the summer season
from our varied stocks.
Girls' White Dresses,
$4.98 to $13.98
; .Girls' ' Fine Quality White Dresses, of
beautiful batiste and voiles, stylishly trim
med models. In lace and ribbon trimmed
effects: large assortment of styles; sizes. 0
to 1C years.
Girls' Dresses, $2.98
Girls Chambray Dresses: pink and blue,
with stylish plaid trimmings and tunic
skirts: sizes. 6 to 11 years.
Girls' Princess Slips, $1.49
Girls' New Princess Slips, of good Quality
nainsook: neat lace and embroidery trim-1
med yokes and flounces; all sizes.
Girls' Gingham Dresses, $1.98
Girls' Gingham Dresses: combination
plain colors and plaids, with stylish-belts-and
pockets; entirely new .models. Sizes,
0 to 14 years.
Girls' Middy Blouses, $1.98
Girls' New Middy Blouses, of Lonsdale
Jean: regulation style, with silk emblem:
plain white and navy blue trimmed; all
sizes from 0 to 18 years.
Girls' Middy Skirts
Girls' White Middy Skirts, of Lonsdale
jean; deep side plaits and hems; made with
Sizes, fl to 10 years, at SI JO.
Sizes. 12 and 14 years, at flJS.
Saturday the Day for
Men's Straw Hats
We're Splendidly Ready to Supply Particular
Washington Men From Our Complete Lines of
The Bradford Smart Set Goldenberg
Women's Silk Hose, with deep
lisle garter tops, double sole and
toe, high spliced heeL In black,
white, dark gray, silver, gold,
suede. Russia calf, bronze,
navy and chain- CJ-I QfC
Women's Silk Lisle Hose, full
fashioned foot, double sole and
toe, high spliced heeL Good
elastic quality that will give sat
isfactory service. liiacK
Women's. "Hayser" Pure Silk
Hose, in black, white, pink, cham
pagne, silver, bronze, f- rrr
green and navy blue... iDXilO
Women's Onyx Lisle Hose,
double sole, heel and toe: In
black, white, tan, cham- OST,,
psgne and other shades... uut
Children's "Cuties" Silk Lisle
Fuu-y Socka. with blue, pink and
bronze striped tops, colored QQjn
heel and toe OS7C
Three pair fpr Sl-OO.
Goldenberg's First Floor.
One Thousand New
Worth $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50, at
Featured tomorrow are one thousand fresh, new, and
good-looking Lingerie and Voile Waists at this special price
--every one a remarkable value.
The assortment embraces over 25 styles, in Tailored,
Sport, Tucked, Lace-trimmed, Frill, and Embroidered effects,
cleverly designed of Batiste, Lawn, Voiles, in plain weaves,
striped and figures, Madras, Organdy, Lingerie Cloth, and
New collar outlines; high, low, round, and Dutch necks aro
late style features shown in these waists. All the smart sport
stripings and color combinations arc represented. Sizes, 36 to 4S.
First Floor Bargain nooth.
Oriental Pearl Earrings, screw
and plerceless styles, plated
mountings; beautiful Iridescent
pearl finish; choice of three of the
most popular styles. Values AQn
worth up to S1.00 pair fiOC
Pearl Necklaces. graduated
style, full length, flne qutllty wax
filled beads, true color 0O AQ
and finish 3'ftO
Ilrarelet Watches, flna quality
gold-niled case; dainty shapes;
reliable Swiss movements. Regu-
Solid Geld Tep Hat Pins in
dainty patterns, engraved and
embossed effects, 9
Cameo Brooches, stylish cameo
effects, in pink, cornelian, and
black and white colorings: gold
flllcd mountings In pretty de
signs. Regularly worth rr
Goldenberg's First Floor.
A Remarkable Saturday Sale of
Men's and Young Men's Suits
Offering High-Class Clothes of Dependable Fabrics
In Two Specially Priced Groups at
$18.50 and $25.00
Here, men, is one of the best clothing sales of the season,
offering values that mean decided savings from prevailing
prices today for garments of equal style and quality. To our
foresight in anticipating increased costs is due the remarkable
values offered in this sale, artd to every man and youngmanwho
would buy his summer clothes to best advantage this offering
makes an economy appeal hard to resist Every garment is
of a high standard of excellence and comes from the hands of
the country's best designers.
The assortment ranges from the most extreme, snappy
models for young fellows to the conservative styles for older
men. The fabrics and the patterns are the best obtainable for
the money, and every suit is guaranteed to give entire satisfaction.
Lot 1 $18.50
Well-tailored suits of CaSsl
meres. Cheviots. Tweeds. and
Worsted Mixtures. In a large va
riety of the most approved de
signs and colors. Including neat
mixtures, plaid, stripes, gray ef
fects, fancy, and novelty patterns.
Two and three button Military
Models, with slsnt. vertical, and
patch pockets, and conservative
styles for men and young men of
Lot 2 $25.00
High-class tailoring and flne
fabrics distinguish these gar
ments from the ordinary sort.
They are fashioned of flne Wor
steds. Tweeds. Casslmeres. Chev
iots. Serges. Flannels, and Novelty
Fabrics. In scores of smart and
desirable patterns. The models
Include newest styles for young
fellows who want snap and pep In
their clothes, as well as conserva
tive styles for older men. Com
plete range of sizes for tall or
short, stout or slim.
New First Floor Daylight Clothing Store K Street Side.
Another Newly Arrived Shipment of
Boys' Wash Suits
Grouped in Two Big Lots and Specially Priced at
$1.39 and $1.98
These Wash Suits were made from materials we pur
chased months ago several thousand beautifully styled gar
ments for little fellows. Recent fabric advances make
these even stronger values than indicated at the time they
The sale includes "Mother's Friend"
and "Crescent" brands of Wash Suits
trade-mark names that stand for highest
quality materials and workmanship.
Wash Suits at
$1.39 include plain
white cotton fabrics,
in Daddy, Sailor, Ju
nior No rf o Ik and
other models, with
straight knee pants.
Sizes, 3 to 8 years.
Proper for dress wear
and other occasions.
Wash Suits at
$1.08 include fine
washable fabrics, in
white, colored combi
nations, and plain
shades of Galatea,
Lincnc, Linon, Hyde
grade, Repp, Crash,
Pique, etc. Newest
models. Sizes, 2'A to
I 0 years.
$14 and $15 Suits, of all-
wool and wool mixed fabrics. In
light, medium, and dark patterns.
Formflttlng trench models, with
slash ppekets. and belted buckles:
sizes 8 to 11) years. Spe- (?1 A rjr
clal at OlU.O
Boys' $1.15 Blouse Waists,
of white and striped madras, with
collars attached: of flne quality
materials. "Mother's Friend'"
brand a guarantee of satisfactory
wear. C to 10 year QC
Boys' Suits of fine twilled
pure worsted navy blue serge: full
lined knlckcrbocker pants. 'orretc
for dress and church ?1 Q QO
n-ear. Sizes 7 to 19 years OXii70
3oys' Fancy Cassimere Suits,
I mixtures of tan, olive, brown, and
I two-toned effects, light, medium.
and dark colorings. Trench, slash.
and patch pocket models: full-lined
land taped knlckerbocker pants.
Sizes 0 to IS years, but not CJrT rjtr
in each style snd color OI.IO
Goldenberg- Third Floor.
TOMORROW IS STRAW HAT DAY IN OUR MEN'S
STORE, and we are ready with the most extensive showing
of Straws we've ever assembled. All the best makes,, includ
ing our own exclusive brands The Smart Set, The Bradford
and Goldenberg's De Luxe. Thousands and thousands of
Straw Hats in every weave fine and coarse Sennits, Im
proved and Fancy Sennits, with smooth or saw-tooth edges-1
in every new style in every size to fit every head.
Men's .Fine Silk Caps, made
from the short ends of materials
used In regular $2.00 and $1.50
qualities. Choice of the season's
newest and most approved QQn
shapes extra special at... 03U
Mens Genuine South Ameri
can Panamas. In a complete va
riety of the newest shapes Al
pines. Sailors. Astors. Telescopes
and novelty styles. Kino woven,
serviceable qualities J,4 Off
Usual SG.00 values at.. dfx.OU
First Floor Entrance front K Street.
An Important Purchase
of Sample Neckwear
Offering Usual OQ
50c Values at . . . &ils
A wonderful offering of new, dainty neckwear at about one
half usual cost, representing a clean-up of all the maker's samples
and surplus lots.
The wide range of charming styles embraces Net Fichus,
Bengaline Collars, Satin Collars, Net Collars, Organdy Collars,
Pique Collar and Cuff Sets, Georgette Crepe Collars. Tailored
Stocks, Pique Vestees, Stocks and Jabots, large Cape Collars, in
scores of smart and fascinating styles for summer wear.
Goldenberg's First Floor.
At Special Prices
Ribbons for June time needs,
in a vast assortment of the
choicest shades and styles are
here for your choosing at prices
that mean savings. Chic sashes
and girdles, the vogue for wear
with summer frocks, will be
tied free from ribbons you se
lect in this special sale.
Ribbons, including moires,
taffetas, satins, and brocades;
light and dark colors: good OQn
widths. Worth 00c yard.. 71'
Ribbons, consisting of moire?,
self fancies, and satin; S and
Inches wide; all light and
dark shades. Worth 30c OUn
Fine Quality Ribbons, moires
and .latins, in pink, light blue,
nlle. maize, white, black, Copen
hagen, old rose, and other shaJ's.
G inches wide. Worth 59c AIJp
Goldenberg's First Floor.
Always Worth-while Savings
in Goldenberg's Saturday
Babeoek'K .Corylopsla Talcum
romder, regularly 18c -io
Tllnd's Jloney and
Cream, regularly 50c bot
Arnica Cream, regular OOn
SOc size iu
Ollvllo Toilet Soap, made from
pure palm and vegetable OX,,
oils. THREE cakes for.. 40U
Colgate's Shaving Soap, round
cakes for shaving E"
rropbytol Tooth Taste, inn
regular 30c tubes J iC
Cleo Vanity Itouge. with puff
and mirror, regular l'3c Cn
Splrhlrr'a Floral Talcum 1'oit-
drr, siller top glass Jars:
all favorite odors
Daggett A RamxdrU'a Perfect
Cold Cream, regular 35c O'in
Sanltol Donqnet Toilet in.
Soap, regular 15c cakett. . Jul
Prencott's Antl.rptlc Fow. -f
drr. regular -5c size JLOL
Regular SSc bottle of
Goldenberg's First Floor.
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