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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTE3MBER 18; 1918.
TEST THIS IVIONTH
Suffrage leaders In and out of the
Senate are looking forward to the
test on the proposed suffrage amend
ment to the Constitution which they
expect about the end of this month.
Consideration of the amendment
September SG having been agreed on.
suffragists are anxious for a vote
as early as possible after that date.
No agreement on a date for actual
voting has been reached. The suf
frage leaders have been anxious to
secure a vote before the election, and
they believe they will realize their
Canvasses of the Senate show the
situation as between the suffragists
and anti-suffragists is close, but Sen
ator Curtis, who is taking a promi
nent part for suffrage and who has
canvassed the situation carefully,
says the amendment will win. I
The Influence of the President In
favor of suffrage in recent months has
been a factor Another factor In
brlnclntr on a vote Is the recent ac-.
tion of the Republican caucus of thej
Senate, which went on record for a!
vote this session. I
For political reasons. Democratic
leaders do not like to take the re
sponsibility of blocking a vote under
With suffrage likelr to be unloaded
from the shoulders of Congress this
session and with "bone dry legisla
tion expected, solons are expressing
gratification that they are about to
be relieved of two of the most
troublesome propositions they have
had for years.
IGURES HIT RECORD
Internal revenue collections for
the fiscal year ending June 20, ISIS.
totaled ?3.694.703,331 05. an Increase
of t2,8M)9,C33.Sl over the year be
fore. This announcement was con
tained in the annual report of the
Commissioner of Internal Revenue,
made public today.
Collections from Income and ex
eesa profits taes for 1018 were 2,
S39.0S3.5S5 53. compared with 3."0.
$95,146.50 from income taxes from
corporations and Individuals for 1017
The total revenue from Income and
excess profits taxes In 1918 Was 7.0
times as great as the Income tax of
In TJtab, Jl. 330.000 was collected in
1917. and only $2,505,000 in 1918. Welt
Virginia showed the largest gain,
collections in 1918 being 23.7 times
as great as in 1917, the actual in
crease being from $1,021,000 to $45,
519.000. The five States reporting the larg
est collections were New York. Penn
sylvania, Illinois, Ohio, and Massa
chusetts. These five States in 1918
returned $1,868,371,000, or G5.8 per
cent of the total collections in the
MEN GIVE BANQUET
Lieut Col. Barrett Andrews last
night urged the members of the motor
transport corps to continue to work
In harmony in an endeavor to pro
mote th efTicIeno of the service.
Colonel Andrews spoke at the ban
quet given by member of the train
ing branch of the corps in the Hotel
Colonel Andlrews declared that the
co-operation of the members of the
division ha been one of the chief rea
sons for the success of the rervice
It Is expected that a large number of
those that heard Colonel ndrews
speak will shortly be sent to various
motor transport schools now being
established throughoui the country.
A nw ruling permitting men in the
selective servlc- draft to Join the
marine corp after October 1 was
made veterday, according to an an
nouncement from rrinrlne headquar
tcr., ulnrh alo state that the ma
rines are 20.000 m-n short of their
war strength, which is 75.000. I
Through an agreement mad he '
twee the army and navy the marine
corps will be allotted 5.000 men a
month until Its full complement Is
made up. providing voluntary enlist
ments do not produce the required
The new ruling ill open the ma
rine corps to thousand of registered
men who prefer the Jjoldiers of the
sea" branch of the Arylcc. All en
listments must be made through
local draft boards ,
CONNALLY JOINS COLORS '
Tom Connallv Pcmocratic Con
gressman fi-m Texas-. h.i poined the
colors. The War lieriartnvnt csier
day awarded Mr ConnalU h commis
sion ab a captain and he recent
orders to report at Camp Meade. Md .
September 20 to take up his duties
Mr Connally is a eteran of the
Spanish-Omeriean war He is the
fifth member of Congress holding a
commission. Captain Connally will
retain his seat In Congress and con
tinue to be a candidate for re-election.
FOUR PERISH IN FLAMES
TOUNGSTOWX. Ohio. Sept. 18.
Four' persons were burned to death
here early today when an electric
iron became overheated and set Are
to the table.
The dead are:
Mrs. Sam Rosenbelt; her father-in-law
Max Rosenbelt, and her two chil
dren, Jerome, aged five, and Sher
ley, three years old.
The house was practically destroyed.
TO CONSERVE TIN.
To conserve tin. the packlnr of
spaghetti and macaroni in tin ear
tons wll ba discontinued after Oc
tons will be discontinued after Oc
mlnistratlon has announced. A com
mittee of manufacturers has agreed
to th nnr regTUatlca. j
$5.00 and $3.00
ft Store Hours: 9:15 A. M. to 6 P. M., Including Sqturdaysx
Lace Curtains, $1 . 85 pair
Fine Quality Scotch and Nottingham Lace Curtains. 2',i and 3 yards long;
40 to 50 Inches wide; white and ecru colors; plain, novelty effect and heavily
worked designs. Copies of the most costly laces; double round Sea Island
thread. .Fourth Floor.
IT PAYS TO
k DEAL AT "
BOTH SIDES OF 7 AT K ST. "THE DEPENDABLE STORE
Up to 59c
Scrims and Cretonnes, 24c
Washable Cretonnes, In light and dark coloring:!; floral and tapestry effects;
also scrims, in plain, hemstitched and drawnwork borders; whit and ecru col
ors: lengths from 1 to 10 yards, but many pieces are alike. All fabrics suitable
for curtains, draperies, cushion, comfort and, furniture covers.
First Floor Barg-ala Table.
Bargain Thursday Brings Timely Offerings ofFallNeeds at Economy Prices
Special Sale of Women's
Special assortment of Women's
Umbrellas. One quality silk-taped
American taffeta covers, warrant
ed rainproof. Newest handle in
celluloid bakallte sterling ail
vcr trimmed, fancy carved and
ebonine effects, heretofore seen
only on the high-priced umbrellas.
Mostly with celluloid rings and
heavy silk wrist loops. All have
heavy silk cases to ?Q QQ
GoIdenberga First Floor.
Peroxide Cream, 14c
Peerless Peroxide Cream, for toi
let or massage use; two ounce Jars.
Toilet Soaps, 3 Calces 25c
Jergen's De Lorme Floral Toilet
Soaps, all the favorite odors. Flmt
5c Tooth Picks, 3c
Gold Medal Tooth Picks, double
pelntod hardwood. First Floor
Toilet Goods Dept.
Face Powder, 25c
Melballne Face Powder, all tints,
flesh, white and brunette. First
Tooth Brushes, 14c '
Tooth Brushes, assorted styles
and tmnorter's samnles; good qual
ity bristles: bone and transparent
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It Is Sound Economy to
Buy Winter Coats Now
We urge you to buy your fall and winter coat early
not again this coming winter will you find such values as
are now available because restricted production and scar
city of materials are bound to send prices up. All wanted
materials and colors are here in Plushes, Wool Velours,
Broadcloths, Silvertones, Pom Pom, Novelty Mixtures,
etc. Present prices offer savings of many dollars from the
prices bound to rule in a month or two.
Wool Velour Coats, $32.50
Next Winter's Price, $39.75
From present indications wool velour will be the most popular
coating material for the coming season. For durability, for warmth
and for style, it is difficult to equal. Choice of several very pretty
models in new belted, tailored and shirred effects. Some with collars
of seal plush or b'eaver plush, others with velvet trimmings. Colors
of navy blue, green, brown, Burgundy, taupe and blade All sizes for
misses and women.
Broadcloth Kersey Coats, a new coating for this fall, a chiffon
broadcloth kersey, very warm; yet fairly light weight. Chic 48-inch
models with shawl collar of beaver plush; slashed pockets, button
trimmed. Colors of navy blue, deerskin, green. Burgundy and beet
root Sizes 36 to 46. Next winter's price, $55.00. Sale CMC ft A
Salt's Peco Plush Coats, superior Duality, very full shirred modeL
48 inches long, large sailor shawl collar and deep cuffs. Sol satin
.iwjv tuui 14U&C soiiur Diiatvt uiiai uiiu uH kiuio. wv wuw
All sizes for misses and women. Next winter's &QC flft
, $420. Sale price.. ..777 ijJOaUU
$6.00 Comforts, $4.95
72x0 double-bed size Comforts,
covered with satlnes and soft nnlsh
cretonnes. In light and dark colors:
filled with soft fluffy cotton. Fonrth
$1.25 Jap Matting Rugs,
Close woven 150 warn Japanese
Matting Uugs, lleht and dark col
orings: floral, oriental and medal
lion desiens: smooth finish straw:
size 36x68 Inches. Ideal for halls
and bedrooms. Flmt Floor Bar
$1.50 Bed Pillows, $1.15
Bed rillows. large size, covered
with heavv weight fancy art and
striped tickings: filled with steri
lized curled feathers. Fourth Floor.
$1.00 Lace Curtains, 69c
Nottingham Lace Curtains. 24
yards long; plain and heavily work
ed centers Choire of six pretty
patterns. Fourth Floor.
Little Girls Sweaters, $3.98
Little Girls' Wool Sweaters, In
brown, rose and Copenhagen: sailor
and round collars. loose belts and
pockets. Third Floor.
Girls' Sweaters, $5.98
., . nr..l Cn-A,Ara .t-llall
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and Khaki. Large sailor collars,
pockets ami loose belts: all sizes.
Sale of Men's
A special purchase makes
possible this moderate price
we couldn't duplicate the oual
ity today for less than $2.00.
Made of fine quality, fast color
percales, with laundered cuffs.
All sizes from 14 to 10; aJl
sleeve lengths. Buy as many
as you can use at this special
price tomorrow S1.SO each.
ThM well-known trade mark
"jand of men's hosiery of fibre
...... u iioi wmie, can. rray.
suede and Palm Bearh shades:
made with extra reinforced heel
and toe of maco cotton. Special
It 37e pair. First Floor.
Men's Jean Drawers, $1.50
all sizes from 32 to 60. All 'leg
lengms. innt Floor.
Men's 50c Suspenders, 39c
Men's StHDOndrrs. In niimAfAiia
well-known makes, includlnir Imi
tation Guvot and Harris: of line
crade w ebbinc-. KnlH ovrvwr,...
at 50c special at ZOe pair. Vint
Beautiful Fall Hats
, Created Especially for
This Showing at
$8.00 to $12.00
New arrivals in beautiful Trimmed Hats
featured for tomorrow hats with unusual
style appeal, showing in every line and idea
the newest and most becoming models that
receive their inspiration from the most
noted designers. Every hat in the col
lection emphasizes the established posi
tion this store enjoys for style
Touches of beaver give some
of the hats a charming and distinctive
effect, new feather trimmings of ostrich
are prominent, and the rich colorings are
most attractive. From this great assort
ment jou will have no rouble in obtain
ing just the hat to suit your individuality.
(ioldenbcrz Second Floor.
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Girls' Middy Blouses, $2.49
Girls' Flannel Collar Middy
T?imi.a tt xthltn lnnsdale jeali.
trimmed with braid. lacer and
pockets: all sizes from b to lb
years. Third rioor.
Girls' Serge Dresses
Girls' N'avy Blue Serge Drcstes.
In a large varlctv of new fall mod
els In tailor and waist effects
Trimmed with braid or silk: full
plaited skirts: sizes C to 14 years
$5.98 to $14.98
Girls' Middy Skirts
Girls' White Galatea Mldd
Skirts, with deep side plaits and
hems; with and without waists:
Sizes fi to 10 years, at $1.30.
Sizes 12 to 14 icars. at S5.00.
Girls Serge Skirts, $3.98
Girls' Xaw Blue Serge Middy
Skirts, fine qualiij . full plaited
style with deep nms: maae on
$2.00 Bleached Sheets,
SlxlO"? Run of the Mill Seamless
Bleached Sheets, extra large size:
heavy closc-uoven quality: slightly
Imperfect First Floor.
$1,75 Bleached Sheets,
72x00 Seamless Bleached Sheets,
three-quarter bed size: heavv firm
woven mtallfv frt tmm u..-t.
Women's Union Suits
Women's Fleece Lined Union
Suits, high and low necks, short
and long sleeves, ankle length
pants; sizes 38 to 44. Priced at
$1.25 and $1.75
$4.25 Bed Spreads, $3.79 ' Fimt Fior.
Boys' and Girls' Union
Bovs" and Girls' Merode Fleece
Lined Union Suits, high neck and
long sleees. ankle length, sizes 4
to 16 years. Priced at
$1.49 to $1.98
Women's Pure Silk Stock
ings at $2.50 Pair
Superior duality Pure Thread SIDt
Stockings, heavy weight and firm
wojen. In black only: made with
high spliced heel, double sole and
toe. Some pure silk all the way.
others with serviceable lisle garter
ton. First Floor.
Bed Spreads, single-bed size; In
handsome raised Marseilles de
signs. First Floor.
Fleeccdown Flannels, 39c
36 inch Fleecedown Flannels. In
Persian designs and floral patterns.
Good asortmcnt of wanted colors:
heavv close w.oven qualitv for ki
monos, house gowns, etc. 1'lnt
Silk Boot Hosiery at 85c
Women' Slllr rtnt m1.i... a
.black, white, gray, slate, tan. ta'upe
land other shades. Full fashioned
with double sole, heel and toe. deep
elastic garter top. Flmt Floor.
$50.00 Room-Size Rugs, 'Women's Lisle Hosiery, 50c
Close pile Axmlnster and he.ivr
welght "Wilton Velvet Rugs. Alex.
Smith and Sonn make. In rirh
I oriental, floral and medallion de
lMtm In llcht and dark colorings
I lhat will suit any color decorations.
Largest room size. 9x12 feet. Both
grades that will give satisfactory
service. Foorth Floor.
Dress Ginghams, 38c
27-Inch Dress Ginghams, all new
fall patterns, in a larire Ritunrt.
ment of the pretty dark plaids, for
1 C,Dt...kl. 11. wa . . .
Stockings, soft finish and sturdv
'woven grade, seamless and full
fashioned: double sole and toe.
i Infants' Stockings, 21c
band-; sizrs 12 to 16 years. Third children's school dresses.
RomDers and Creepers,
Children's Rompers and Creepers,
hlch neck and long sleeve models,
fine jualitr gingham and rham
bray, in stripes, checks and nlaln
cnlors, sizes 2 to 6 years. Third
Children's Flannelette Nlchf-
gowns. heavy weicht: ninK ana
blue striped erreris: mane uun
double yoke- and collars; size. 4 to
14 ycar. xiiird iioor.
New Ribbons, 39c
Beautiful New Ribbons. Including
Dresdens. Brocade Moire-, Self
fancies and Taffeta. All lleht and
dark shades. In widths cultabln for
hair bows, millinery purposes.
School Ribbons, 30c
Good quality Ribbons. In a large
assortment of wanted shades and
effects. Including plaids, stripes,
dark and light Dresdens. etc. five
Inches wide. Colors Include navy,
cardinal, old rose, black pink. blue,
white, etc First Floor.
Women's $2.25 Silk Vests,
Women's Glove Silk Vests, with
dalntv lacs tops and ribbon shoul
der straps: flesh color only: sizes
SO to 44. Flrat Floor.
Infanta Stockings. In black and
Wool and Fibre Rugs, $9.75 rndlVoem"F,lrsT"Fh.rre.,nforred h
0x12 ft- Wool and Fibre Rugs,
reversible and seamless; In creen.
tan and red medallion and neat fig
ured designs, excellent for dining
and bedroom use. Fourth Floor.
Ironing Wax, 6 Pieces 5c
Chinese Ironing Wax. muslin
covered, wooden handles. Flmt
Floor Notion Dept.
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A Special Sale of
YOUNG MEN'S SUITS
New Fall Models Brimful of Smart 0QT
Style Moderately Priced at ... . p-wQ
Young men who demand style, quality and service in their clothes should
come and sec how well prepared we arc to meet their requirements. Our
new fall line of suits Is the largest and most complete we've ever shown
correctly styled tjannents, with the snap and class parllcular young fellows
admire the product of the best makers In the country. At 25.00 we show
an extensive assortment of styles and patterns In new four-piece military back
models, v.Uh four flap pockets; others In two-button hlgh-waisted straleht-
cut and semi-fitting sty'es. Materials of standard qualities the best the mar
ket affords. Patterns Include plain grays, neat and fancy effects, brown mix-
lures, stripes, and novelties; full and half lined. Sizes 32 to 42.
We are Washington apents for the celebrated "SINCERITY BRAND" CLOTHES
for men. and young men. New fall-winter sty'.es now ready; priced at $30.00 to $49.50.
Men's $3.98 Separate Pants, $2.95
Men's Separate Pants of neat worsted effects, good serviceable cloth in neat pin
stripes, well tailored and perfect littmg. bizes dz to 41).
First Fleer Daylight Clothing Stare.
$5 to $12
What is in vogue this season can be see in our stock
of women's footwear distinctive and original styles selected
with unusual care and embodvinjr every desirable feature.
Gray, brown, tan calf, black kid, and combination leathers, in
an sizes and widths.
Interesting Savings on
School .Shoes for Children and
It Is trmnraa to find at this time such excellent values In school
lootwear. supplying the children's footwear needs from this sal means
GraTrUs; Girls Sha-ea. in lace and button styles At gun metal, black
kid and tan leathers. Sizes 214 to 7 Values up to SS.00 pair; CO QC
special at ioi.uO
SUaaea' Skees ef patent colt, ran metal and black kid leathers: good
serrlceahle quality and comfortable lasts. Sizes 11 H to 2. Val- CO Q
ues up to LO0; special at- ,.M.Di7
ChtMresra Sstoes, of patent colt, gun metal and black kid leathers: In
sixes 8& to 11. Values worth up to $3.00 pair; special CI QfT
Celdenb tit's Fit si War.
Women's Handbags, $1.29
Women's Handbags, silks and
nelvets. In black and colors: new
extension top metal frame. In styl
ish shapes: well made. First Flaar.
Snap Fasteners, 4c Card
Snap Fasteners, assorted sizes:
black and white: one dozen on card.
Shoe Trees, 7c Pair
Shoe Trees, strongly made: hard
wood tips. First Flaar Xetlea
Sanitary Aprons, 39c
Women's Sanitary Aprons, fun
size; superior grade waterproof
sheeting. First Flaar Katies
Hose Supporters, 15c Pair
Misses' and Children's Silk Elas
tic Hose Supporters, pln-on style:
assorted colors: rubber buttons.
Kimono Dress Shields, 25c
Kimono Dress Shields, correctly
made: foil size: weU known make.
Bone Hairpins, 5c Box
Bone Hairpins, one dozen in box:
tortoise sheU and amber finish.
Midget size. First Flaar.
Women's $2.00 Glove Stik
Women's Glare Silk Zsrelose
Chemise, lace trimmed: flesh color
only: sues. 38 to 44. First Flaar.
Special Sale of
Prepare for the cold weather
now buy your blankets at this
sale and save one dollar and more
on every pair. Larire double-bed
sizes In white and rray with
fancy borders, also plaids of blue,
pink, tan and gray. Wool finish
cotton and part wool blankets In
Geldenbers's Foortk Flaar.
$1.00 Silk Net, 79c
42-Inch Silk Nets, the Indestruct
ible kind, heavy, firmly-woven grade?
In black, white, street and evening
shades. Lata Dest First Flaar.
Up to $1.25 Allover Lace,
Lace: white, cream, and black. As
sorted enective patterns. Ftnt
15c Picot Edges, 10c
Plcot Edges, white and ecru col
ors; widths up to one Inch: in a
good assortment of patterns, for
trimming- waists, dresses, etc. First
Val Laces, 5c Yard
and patterns. First Floer.
Plaid Silks, $1.69
35-tnch Plaid Loulstne Silks, rleh
lustrous grade In a largo assortment
f new color combinations. Flrat
Boys' Union Suits, 59c
Bovs Setsnur Union Suits, est
men neck ana snort sleeves, pants
knee and ankle length: white and
ecru eolcrs: broken sizes. Values
worth to T9c each. First Flaar.
Women's 50c Vests, 39c
Worn m nsi TCa.Tsrt TUh hNi VMtta
V-neck am) slae-releM. lre 311 nrJ
33 only. Hint Flor
New Autumn Apparel that Combines
Elegance and Economy in
This Group of
Wool Jersey Dresses
at $29. 75
Dresses Tbat WEI Cost More to DopEeate
Attractively designed and
well-tailored dresses that are
so reasonably priced you will
find it profitable to make your
selection femorrow. Wool
jersey is one of the most
favored materials for Fall and
Winter wear fashion demands
it for street and business wear,
and for practically every day
The styles feature modes
especially adapted to different
types of figures straight lines
and belted effects, tunic and
overskirt dresses, some with
distinctive touches of fringe
The colors are Navy, Pe
kin, Rookie, and Taupe.
Limited wool production
will very likely make it im
possible to duplicate these
values later Buy Now.
GoIdenbersa Second Floor.
Chiffon Taffeta Saks,.$1.75
35-Inch Colored Chiffon Taffeta
Sflks, extra fine grade. In a complete
assortment of street and evening;
shades, also plenty of navy bine.
Bkck Satin Duchesse,
SS-tnch Black Satin Duchesse. all
silk, heavy rich satin face grade, for
making- handsome coats and street
costumes. First Ftoar.
Boys' Pants, $1.89
Boys Fancy Casslmere 'Knickerbocker-Pasts,
foil lined: fan -welgnt;
sizes 7 to XI years. First Flaar.
Boys' Corduroy Suits,
Bovs Corduroy Knickerbocker
Salts, dark shade: narrow wale:
sizes 7 to 17 years. Ideal for school
wear. Tklrd Floor.
Boys' Sweaters, $1.98
Bovs Heavy Knitted Shawl Collar
Coat Sweaters, dark Oxford gray:
sizes 0 to 14 years. Tklrd Floor.
Boys' Mackinaws, $12.00
Ttvrm" Wratar-wds-hi Blanket Pat.
tMra Raafer Mackinaws. brtrht or
duU colorings in blocks and plaids:
sizes 7 to 18 years. Made with big
shawl collar and belted. Third
Boys' Sailor Suits, $7.98
Bovs Sailor Collar Sailor Salts.
with short, straight pants; military
shade of khaki.
years. Talrd Floor.
3 to 8
Boys' Norfolk Suits, $12.75
Boys Navy Blue Pure Worsted
Senre Norfolk Salts. -Dubbelbllf
brand, the salt sold with six months'
guarantee, and with, twenty fea
tures different from other nits;
sixes 7 to 18 years. Tklrd Flaar.
Boys' Neckwear, 19c
Bovs Silk and Satin FVnrjwIn-
fc m iW Vaiklea b4 a afc mJ L j a-v.
ors: flowtng-end styla. TUrd Flsvr
Boys' Caps, 49c
Bays Fall aad Winter a'tfit
Full Shasn Golf Cans, all dirlr nit.
terns, made from reg-olar overcoating-
cloth; an One texture. First
Little Girls' Dresses, $1.69
sizes 2 to S years. Third Floor.
Women's Union Suits, 65c
Women's TJnlon ftnlt isw ..ai,-
sad sleeveless, also "Comfy Cut"
and "Princess May styles; pants
iifini or iooio Knees; pcrieci rorm
fitting- earments; sizes 31 to C
Home Sewing Is Essential The Factories Are Reqrsred for Oar Soldiers
Get a Sewing Machine
For Your Fall Sewing Terms $1 Per Week
These Specials for Monday Only
The New Willard, $31.50
Wo are sole agents in WashlnRton for the wonderful Domestic Electric Vibrator and Rotary Ma
chines, Alse a full supply ef needles and parts for all makes of sewing; machines.
Valenciennes Laces, edgings. In
sertions ana Deauing edges. Round
and square meshes. Various widths