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TRADE BOARD ACTS
; i FREIGHT TIE-DP
Public Utilities Committee Will
Have Report of Probe
Following publication In The Time#
of facta relating to freight contention
In the District of Columbia, the
public utilities committee of the
Washington Board of Trade met In
the board room* yeaterday to take action
on the tie-up.
If T. Hill, freight representative of
the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, and
Joseph T Padln. freight representatlve
of the Pennsylvania railroad, ex
plained conditlona In local yard*. At
the Invitation of these railroada. a
4 tour of Inapectlon wai conducted at
the yard* Several recommendations
are expected to be made to the committee
at a meeting to be held Friday
afternoon at 0:10 o'clock.
FRENCH AIRMAN MAY DIE
DUE TOCRASH INJURIES
Pkyticiana Hold Out Little Hope for
Aviator Hurt in Tegt for
Robert Oautler. former aviator In
the French army. Is In Emergency
Hospital today in a critical condition
as the result of Injuries sustained
when an airplane which he was testing
craahed Into the wires of the
radio station at College Park, Md.,
yeaterday, and caught fire while falling
to the ground. 1
Oautler was being examined for air
mall service. He was sent In a
plane with which he was not entirely
familiar. He was taken to Emergency
Hoapital In an army ambulance after
the fall, where little hope for his recovery
la held out.
He won many medals during the
recent war. In which he served with
the French air service. He has been
In Washington since Fabruary 20, and
' in this country since February 1.
Before taking up his quarters at
College Park recently, he lived at
621 E street northwest.
Hair Often Ruined
By Careless Washing
Soap should be used very carefully,
if you want to keep your hair looking
Its best. Most soaps and prepared
shampoos contain too much
alkali. This dries the scalp, makes
the hair brittle, and ruins It.
The best thing for steady ure is
Mulslfled cocoanut oil shampoo
(which is pure and greaseless). and Is
better than anything else you can use.
One or two teaspoonfuls will cleanse
the hair and scalp thoroughly. Simnlv
moisten the hair with water and
j**b It In. It makes an abundance of
rldh creamy lather, which rinse* out
easily, removing every particle of
. tilist. dirt, dandruff and excessive oil.
I The hc.lr dries quickly and evenly, and
It leaves the scalp soft, and the hair
fine and silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy
and easy to manage.
Vou can get Mulsifled cocoanut oil
at any pharmacy, It's very cheap, and
I * few ounces will supply every mem
ber of the family for months.
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m Yesterday tl
B Capt. X? 1
U idea of all
ffl particular m
a big succes
Read the story o
20 Pull Ma
new foil pad
plain or cork (r
Twenty thousand "cigar lighters"
or "tslephcphon* cords." as the A.
E. F. Knew the fourra?era of the
French army, were received today
at the headquarters ?f the Marine
Corps, for distribution among members,
past and present, of the Fifth
snd Sixth Marine and tha Sixth Machine
Gun Battalion of the Marine
Brigade of the famous Second Division.
As the A. E. F. rechrlslened the
canned meat from the Argentine
as "monkey meat," so they rechristened
the glorious fourragere
from the striking reaemblance to
the cigar lighters In vogue with the
pollus, snd lis resemblancs to that
part of the prosaic telephone with
which central plugs In to get the
wrong number or ,jhe always
Men who have passed out of the
ranks of the Marines Into civil life,
and the next of kin of those who
were killed, will receive their decorations
through the Marine Corps
THREE PERSONS HURT
IN TRAFHC ACCIDENTS
Boy Riding on Rear Seat of Motorcycle
Has Part of Foot
Traffic accidents last night and today
caused injury to three persons.
Charles O. Duvall, 1104 K street
southeast, was arrested following an
accident In which the automobile he
was driving struck a car operated by
John Campanelll, 659 Pennsylvania
avenue southeast. Fifth precinct police
have charged Duvall with colliding.
and driving while intoxicated.
John Palmer struck Eugene Hale,
aged fourteen, of 1440 South Carolina
a\enae southeast, while driving at
l-'ourth and Pennsylvania avenue
southeast, about 8:30 p. m.. The boy
suffered contusions, and was taken to
Casualty Hospital. Later he was removed
to his home.
Sustaining Injuries which made It
necessary to amputate part of his foot,
Karl Nelll. colored, aged twelve, was
taken to Emergency Hospital following
a motorcycle accident at Twentysixth
and D streets northwest. Frank
Johnson, O'ifi F street southwest, was
operating the machine when a chain
broke, and the boy, who was riding
on a rear seat, was thrown to the
Miss Lottie Bigbie, 2400 Sixteenth
street northwest, reported the theft of
a gold watch and a $10 bill from her
apartment, at the Tenth precinct yesterday
Admiral Cary Orayson, personal
physician to the President, who has
been on a vacation, returned yesterday
and resumed his care of the
CORNWELL BREAKS RECORD.
Detective Sergeant Fred Cornwell
sold $10 worth of tickets to the Police-Home
Defense ball game, to be
played in American League Park September
4. in a few hours yesterday.
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i the Pall 3
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who are U
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HARDING SUCKS TO
Adheres to Hit Original Plan to
Deliver Address in Marion
?f J. BART (4MKIKLL,
MARION. Ohio. Aug. IT.?Senator
Warren O. Harding. Republican nominee
for l'reeldent, today vetoed all
propoaala that he apeak elsewhere
than from his front porch on Labor
Day, September <.
The first iU(? of a conference between
the Henator and other Repub- .
I lean leaders at the Harding h?'ad- .
quarters here reaulted In an an- I
nouncement by Republican National 1
chairman Will H. Haya that the Re- |
publican nominee "had expressed a
decided preference" for hla original
plan to deliver a Labor Day address
SHOOTS YOUNG WIFE, ,
THEN KILLS HIMSELF r
Woman Dying From Wound Inflicted J
By Huaband She Had Met to &
Reconcile Troublea. t
BALTIMORE. Aug. 17.?J a m e a v
O'Neill, said to have been a former J
bartender In this city, but more recently
a private detective for the J
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad with b
headquarters In New York city, early ^
today shot and probably fatally
wounded hla young wife. Mrs.
Frances O'Neill, said to be a telephone
operator employed at a local n
hotel, then flred a bullet into his own
head, dying instantly.
The O'Nellla had been aeparated.
The tragedy occurred at a roadhouse
In the eaatern suburbs of the city, ?
where the couple had met by appointment
In an effort to bring about a "
Mrs. O'Neill waa shot twice, one
bullet lodging In the stomach and *
the aecond In the back. At the u
hospital little hope Is held out for her ?
PARENTS AND WIFE DIE b
JAMESTOWN, N. V.. Aug. 17.?Mr. ?
and Mrs. Peter Wrlffht and Mm.
Arthuh Wright, their daughter-in-law *
were killed last night when a chiiu- j:
tauqua Traction car struck th.- auto- ?
mobile in which they were riding ?
about four miles from Manville.
They drove out of theor own back "
yard upon the traack.
Arthur Wright, a son. was driving
the car. His chest was crushed anj (]
physicians declare he cannot recover.
UNION HEADS DEFY COURT; !
ORDER STRIKE; 7 JAILED \
DENVER. Col.. Aug. 17.?Seven of- t
fleers of the local street car men i
union, who called the strike of tram- g
way yesterday to ninety days In tail a
for contempt by Judge Greeley \V. y
Whltfoird. In district court.
The Judge found them guilty ten >?
days ago of calling the strike In d
violation of an Injunction. E
T H E Y F IT i
YOUR HOLDER J
0, 50, 100 AS USUAL
Over Name Makes Woman
Seek to Hare It Changed
Declaring (hat ihr "ImIi imbir>
raaaed and that "a sentimental
distress' posaeaat-a har at being
callad Mrllen," Mr- Kllaabeth
Mallen today fllad a petition In the
1 Met ru t Supreme Court to have har
name changed to Mary Elisabeth
Underwood, har name by a former
marriage, and terminated by a divorce
from JCugene Underwood,
Petitioner telle the coyrt that aha
has a eon, Eugene Underwood, Jr .
upon whom aha la dependent for
aupport, and that ahe faela embarraeaed
at being called Mellen. Hhe
atated ahe waa married to Oeorge
B. Mellan In 1808.and that he died
EMPLOYE IS DEAD
(Continued from Pace Nine.)
e could produce facta concerning
lost of the Important dlacuaalona o(
he put half century.
It waa In dealing with tariff matera
that Mr. Boyd ahone. He waa
ne man whom Dlnfley. Aldrlch and
It-Klnley relied for tariff Information.
Perhapa hla beat known work
km? the compilation of the cuatoma
arlffa of 1888. 1800. 1884. and 1887,
ncludlng the Senate and llouae re orta
on meaaurea and referencea to
ebatea In both branchea on varloua
'III*. Thouaanda of coplea were orered
printed for Congreanlonal uie.
WAS EXPERT rOLO PLAYER.
Although Mr. Boyd burned the mldl?ht
candle more often than waa
ood for hla health, hla life waan't
evoted entirely to study.
old acrap-book, discovered In
tie Senate document room, which he
ept for many yeara, show s a young
>an'a pride In athletic feata.
\ eara ago when he waa acarcely In
la twentiea Mr. Boyd waa one of the
xpert polo playera In Waahlngton.
>nly In those days they used to play
olo on rollerskatea. He waa captain
f the Washington Skating Clubs
olo team. They won the championhip
from Baltimore. Other sketches
ecount old days of the AnaloaLan
toat Club when Mr. Boyd waa a mem er
of the crew.
The polo team waa quite a famoua
ne In Ita day. It conalated of Boyd
a captain and center; M. B. Kerr
nd J. S. Garland, goal keepers; K.
t. Webster, cover point; John GldIngs,
forward, and McB. Douglasa,
ack. They were known as the Red
Hues. Old athletes In Washington
rill remember them.
MARRIED D. C. GIRL..
Another clipping refera to a akatng
party at the rink; "Here cornea
group who are all premier force?
ieorgo Boyd. John Giddlnga, Bert
tiddle, Jack Mercer, and Arthur Har
laon, all crack skatera and polo
layers, aktmmtng along with that
aae that betokens the mastery of
he tricky rollers."
Mr. Boyd married a Waahlngton
:lrl. Miss Fannie Norris, hla boyhood
weetheart. She died a number of
He waa a member of Federal bodge
lo. 1 of the Masons, and In his earlier
ays took a keen interest In club*. Mr.
loyd waa not a college man, but he
eceived hla early training in the pubic
schools and Emerson's Institute.
Surviving him are two brothers and
wo slaters. They are Joseph B. D.
loyd, of New York city; William J.
loyd. of Chicago; Mrs. W. T. Sauners
and Mrs. John Raum. both of
"What is Americanism?" will be
he subject of a lecture by Irwin St.
ohn Tucker, Socialist nominee for
S. Senator from Illinois, at 8:1S
I'clock tomorrow night at Musicians'
lall, 1006 E atreet northwest. Mr.
'ucker will speak under the auspices
if the Socialist Party of the District
Alleging misconduct and naming a
o-respondent. Eugene R. Wood today
lied a suit in the District Supreme
'ourt agains Moztelle Wood for abaoute
divorce. The husband, represented
by Attorneys Hawken and Havel!,
ilso aak the custody of their child.
They were married at Bluemont, Va.,
tune 2, 1915.
Alleged misconduct and naming a
o-respondent, William J. Orlanl has
lied suit for absolute divorce against
Virginia B. Oriani In the District
Supreme Court. They were married
n Alexandria, Va., July 13, 1918, and
lave one child, whose custody Is
ought by the husband. Attorney L.
j. Grossman appears for the latter.
WITH MEALS IN
lour IVervea llrmmd It, Yonr Blood
Needs It. Say Phyalelana.
There's not enough phosphorus In
nodern foods to benefit nearly onelalf
of the men and women of Amirla,
To overcome this lack of an element
if your body that is necessary to your
lealth. your happiness and even your
mccrss in life, weak, anaemic, nerv>us,
run down people are advised to
ake Bltro-Phosphate as dispensed by
People's Drug Stores, and ill leading
lrug storea. In the original package.
Speaking of people who are easily
'atlgued, who lack ambition, nerve
ind nre ofttlmes thin, weak and sady
lacking In Arm. healthy flesh. Joleph
D. Harrlgan, formerly Visiting
Specialist North Eastern Dlepenaary,
s. Y., says:
"Patients who wera apparently
Physical wrecks. who foolishly
hought they needed only a blood tonic
o enrich the blood, have come for
reatment trembling and shaking.
heir nerve force almost exhausted
ind In many such cases the adinlniserlng
of Hltro-rhosphate has proluced
seemingly magical results."
People who feel the heat of summer.
Ire easily and often become Irritable
ind depressed, will And Hltro-Phos
>hate an Inexpensive and helpful
Druggist* report a wonderful In
resse in the demand from men and
vomen who are anxious to renew old:lme
amhitlon and who are making an
toneat effort to become vigorous and
(ten minded with a power of endurance
that denotes almost perfect
They ask for Rltro-rhosphate be:ause
they know they need an Ine*.
pensive organic phosphate.
1 STORE I
$5.50 Longcloth at t
| 10 yard pieces of English H ?
I Longcloth, 36 inches wide; I /ZfHS)
I fine aoft chamois finish kind II
| for making women's and II
I children's undergarments. I
I Special tomorrow at $3.98 I
| * D*C?. | _____
I Utldtikrni'i?First Floor. Lk *
I Rugs, Mattin
At % to H
I 116-Warp China Matting#,
|] 19c, 29c, 37c
I Best irrade 116-warn Seamless Palmed
Finish Llntan Straw China Matting. In check*.
I stripes- and olaids of bloe, tan. green ana
nl brown, also plain white, (tolls of twenty and
| forty yards. The better grade is strirtlv peril
feet quality, while the others nrc slightly ira1
perfect or the wrappers are stained.
I; Strictly Perfect S7r \ ard
;i nilahtlr Imperfect 2?c lard
|; Wrapper Stained ??e Yard
$90 and $100 Axminster Rug*,
!l Heaviest and Best Oade Alexander Smith
& Son's Seamless Axminster Hubs, size 9x12
1 ft. for largest rooms. Kvery rug strictly
H perfert duality. in floral, oriental, medallion
I and neat all oyer figures. Shown in all the
| most desirable colorings.
r 6\9 ft. size, same trade, worth Itu.OO and
I S&O.OO. Si's.7".
75 Axminster Rugs, $54.75
p 9x12 ft. Seamless Axminster Hugs. strictly
perfect quality, in floral, medallion and
conventional designs, colorings of blue. tan.
red. rose and green.
$32.50 Seamless Brussels Rugs,
7 ft. 6x9 ft. Seamless Brussels Rug*. close
woven grade. In floral, medallion and neat
figures. Tight and dark colors.
$10.95 and $13.50 Axminster Rugs,
rtxS ft. to 3x7 ft. Peep Pile Axminster Rugs,
floral, medallion and oriental designs; plain
colors with band borders of various colors.
$2.50 Run of t\
72x90 Seamless <1
These sheets are termed "run-of-t
trivial defects which do not impair t
Heavy round-thread quality?made in or
ter seam. One of the best-known br;
Special tomorrow at $1.75 each.
$4.50 Crochet Bed Spre;
Full double bed size White Crochet Sp
Marseilles patterns; Rood weight and excelli
65c Bleached Pillow C
A special lot of 100 dozen "run-of-the
Cases, size 45x36 inches?made of heavy
$3.25 Seamless Sheets
81x90 Seamless Bleached Sheets?strictly
of heavy, superior grade sheeting cotton,
starch. A grade every housewife knows. Ft
75c Silk-and-Cotton JJ/QI
Crepe de Chine at
69c a Yard whiu
Silk-mixed Crepe de Chine,
with a rich lustrous finish that
closely resembles the all-silk
material of the same name.
I We offer a large assortment 1 e c
of street and evening shades, anionK 11
also black and white?special This
tomorrow at 69c a yard, eludes W
The width is 35 inches. wjth hjgh
75c Mercerized Poplin, all sizes i
69c Yard pair.
27-inch Yam Mercerized PopI
lin, the sturdy, good wearing material
for late summer and early
fall wear. Heavy, firm woven
quality mercerizcd in the yarn
and with a permanent finish. In
a good assortment of desirable jjlc
(ioldcnhCTir*?Flr?t Floor. SluC line
$2.00 All-Wool |fi*ure;
n . shapely ;
Storm Serge, $1.49 offer thes
a Yard $2.98
136-inch All-wool Storm Rxtrn
Serge, in the desirable navy "Vm"'1
blue shade?especially desir- *
able for women's and chil- N
dren's fall wear. This is ||.8Pf?|i?l
close-twill, firm-woven qual- w
Hy that will give splendid
sen'**. Very low priced at Extra
$1.4** a yard. fc/fcTS.
HOURS: Open 9:15 A. M.; Close 6
, IT P*YS TO 1 NAL AT
ita W7"*ri(n ^nit khmuu
i Below Regi
Some of the Merchandise Slight!
We bought these goods at salt
of New York. They represent part
Hurst, of Baltimore, Md., whose e:
recently visited by fire. Although i
part of the stocks were absolutely
being caused by water. Yet becaus
adjusters made liberal concessions i
unity to purchase Rugs, Mattings, \
Comforts at ONE-THIRD TO ONE
Purchases will be held for deliver:
of one-third the amount of gale.
$15 and $16.50 Wool-and-Fiber
Heavv-welght Reversible Wool and Fiber
Rugs, In green, blue. tan. rose, olive ana
brown. Neat borders, medallion and conventional
designs 6x0 ft. size
ft. slae, worth ?IB.7S. at SI1.7S
ft. alae, north KfJJH), at SI.1.9S
12x12 ft. ala*. worth S3S.OO, at *22.75
12*1# ft. alae, worth *42.00. at *2&.7S
$1.25 Stenciled Grass Carpets,
Yard wide Stenciled Design Grass Carpet,
tape bound sides. Desirable colorings.
$12.50 Satine Comforts, $8.75
Very Beat Grade 72x80 Satine Covered
Comforts, filled with white sheet cotton, scroll
$4.50 Comforts, $2.95
White Cotton Filled Double-bed Comforts,
covered with light and dark color silkollnes.
Heavy-weight Woolnap and Australian
Brand Blankets, white, tan and gray, aw well
an plaids of various colors; three-quarter and
$9.00 and M.00 rallies at S3.HK
*7.00 a ad 1W.00 valoea at M-KS
$12.00 Part-Wool Blankets, $8.75
68x?0 and 70xS0 Fine Quality Part Wool
Blankets, white or (tray with fancy borders;
j also plaids of blue, tan, pink and gray.
; $5.00 Camping Blankets, $2.45 Pr. i
Very Heavy-weight 5*x76 Blanket*, dark
I gray with border: excellent for ramping or
I boat clubs. (^oldeaberx'a?Fourth Floor.
he Mill 69c Whii
Sheets at 4i
This material ei
'?*' because of its dura!
he-mill " heeauv nf fre(luent tubbings an
he weiring"' 3? '
ie piece, without ceninds
on the market. i $1.25 White
_j_ so 7Q 89c Yd.
aa8l Sfrlnch White Repp, a
reads, in heaw raised *"<" ,rsPec'al
. ' ... for women a suits and
?..T2?r 89c White Lii
ZSPwSLt riu.. Cloth, 75
firm woven durable v/r"y "C ^n'flklSh"
at $2.39 69c White C
perfect quality. Made Ramie. 41
free from dressing or M.lnrh Whlte rott(.
ill double bed size' with handsome linen
what's wanted for suits
nen's White Foot
s Oxfords and Pumps, Worth Up to $?
$3.95 a pair
h plenty of warm weather yet to come, th
?w Shoes at $3.95 a pair should arouse ke
> is a clearance lot from our regular sto<
hite Canvas, Kid and Nu-Buck Oxfords ai
i and low heels. Lines are broken, but yo
in the lot from 2/2 to 7. Clearance pric<
C. olden bent'"?Fl
ra Size Undermui
selling of extra size underapparel is nc
with us, but a specialized service. We a
le ample stocks of undergarments for
These are cut on generous lines, but are
md becoming. Of the many splendid '
;e are typical.
Mildred Stout Corset Covers,
slr.e corset cover* of beautiful lingerie cloth, with
Ions. These are reinforced and of excellent qui
>1.50 Extra Size Drawers, $1.2
lot of women's Kxtra Sixe Drawers of soft fir
ces of flno embroideries in assorted designs.
Extra Size Gowns at $1.98
sl*e Night Oowns of soft muslin, with round n?
nest embroidery edging and ribbon beading, (len
>ut figure. .
LSaT'WtSB'Mii -^iJ'TWIIP'TOBliiHBmiililuuu' trnnn- r mrnmrrwrnm
;00 P. M. j
-j 35c White Cambric I;
at 28c a Yard I
^ Yard-wide White Cambric,
uKn a fine toft finish quality,
WJ SSK) noted for aerviceability I
Special tomorrow at 28? t
STOUt U?Mrikni*a?flnl kim>.
liar Prices jl
ly Damaged?Most of It Not Injured
; held by the Underwriters' Salvage Co.,
of the stocks of J. J. Haines and John E.
>tablishments were located in the district
n close proximity to the fire, the greater H
uninjured, the damage in most instances
,e they were in the buildings and the fire I
n settlement, you are offered this oppor- 1
:loor Coverings, Linoleums, Blankets and ||
-HALF LESS THAN PREVAILING MAR- I
1 any time during September upon payment I
$15.00 Wool Blankets, $10.75
Fine Quality Wool Halnkets, a very small III
percentage cotton: white or gray, as well RU
ik plaids or various colon; large double bed |
$10.95 Stenciled Grass Rugs, $6.45 1
R ft. x 10 ft. Stenciled Design Grass Rugs, ||
double-warp grade, in green, blue or brown
borders and medallion designs.
ft. alae, worth WJW, at M.M
9x12 ft. alar, worth $1^.83, at ?8.43
$9.00 Comforts, $5.95
72x80 Extra Heavy Weight Comforts, cov- 1
ered with soft finish cretonnes, seven pound
weight; also soft fluffy cotton-filled Comforts, |
covered with mercerized finish cambrics. [jj
$19.50 Stenciled Grass Rugs,
9x12 ft. largest room size finest weave |
Grass Rugs, in green, blue and brown sten- |
8x10 ft. size, worth $15.00, at $8.75.
$1.25 and $1.50 Linoleums,
59c Sq. Yd.
Remnant lengths of Heavy Weight Cork- 1
filled Burlap Back Linoleums, in lengths up |
to 5 square yards, but plenty alike to cover
rooms, halls and bathrooms.
Satine and Silkoline Comforts
Eight dozen in the lot?Comforts covered
with satine and soft finish cretonnes, in blu<-. Jffl
green, pink and red; filled with new whit' HI
cotton; some are extra wide and long for jfgj
double beds. Slightly water stained.
Regular M.oo and *?V> vnluea at H3.03
Regular S7.SO to ?8J10 values, at M.U
le Plisse Crepe at I
)c a yard |
njoys unusual popularity for lingerie wear |
)ility and practical worth. It will stand
d requires no ironing. A very soft finish jj
tide. Specially priced tomorrow at 4&c i
... J) A/
Repp, $1.00 White Chiffon j
Voile, 69c Yd.
iv'adapted 40 Inch White Chiffon Voile, a |
skirts. material that never loses favor
_ for waists and frocks. Extra fin#
[lgene sheer two-ply quality.
le Cloth, a $2.00 White Import- 1
quality for ^ ^ j
,oiton 45 inches wlde?(note the width) 1
lr ?White Imported Chiffon Voile, |
'*? extra fine sheer two-ply grade |
in Ramie. with beautiful chiffon finish.
and skirts1 Goldeaberg-s?First Floor. |
wear Rompers at
LOO, at $1.98
Timely, needed, well-liked
garments for the kiddies to
plav in?new Dutch Rompers 1
* of jpink and blue combination I
is offer of wjth white waists; full cut ?
en interest and well made, with large 1
side pockets and button trimj
mings. Sizes 2 to 6 years.
-k anc* in" Exceptional value at $1.98.
nd Pumps, Children's Combinations of 1
U will find Rood quality nainsook, with full
* ttQi; waist and Knickerbocker drawers, ?
-> d neatly trinimet4. with lace at.d et:;- 31
broidery edging and ribbon. All |j
rat Floor. sizes 4 to 14 years. Specially ri!
$1.50 to $1.98
n/|DQ i Children's Muslin Drawers soft
jf'f'ff'O finish quality, with neat hemstitched
hem and tucks; but- ini
>t a mere tonhole bands. Kull cut sizes front |
Iways aim 2 to 12 years. Very spec- OT.
the stout cial nt
Children's Mnslln Petticoats
! gracciui, fi0Unce of tucks and lace
values we pdge; bodies attached. Sizes 2 to
12 years. Special 69c I
$2.49 tioldenherK's-JThird Floor.
dainty laees _ . a ^ g\
mty. sues Sale of $1.69
15 Satin Camisoles,
iish muslin, $1.39
A special lot of fr??hly new ^
camisoles of Rood quality satin; M
built up shoulders, with prettv iH
I Valenciennes lare Insertion. All !|
ck and set- ; elses. An underprlce purchase of.
erously cut fered rl?h? In the nick of time for
1 (treatest usefulness
irit Floor. t.oldenHera'a?Third Floor.