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jv S- tv " J .,,7 t t iffjr r r r 'riT f - t r SEVENTH ST. CARNIVAL SEVENTH ST. CARNIVAL v.-- uf (flHS9Al J '- WASHINGTON, D. C. MONDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1915. SEVENTH STREET CARNIVAL CARNIVAL OF BARGAINS BY DAY "BARGAIN" HOURS, 8 A. M. TO 6 P. M. TODAY. MONDAY, OCTOBER 4 CARNIVAL OF GAIETY AT NIGHT "CARNIVAL" HOURS, 7:30 TO 10:30 P. M. ), ,: '. x& 16: Z '' ! -V GS. . B& Ci ! fl Carnival Day V 1KSi gssaiBi H AND ' Carnival Night 7'-v A have been proclaimed by the merchants of Seventh street in celebration of the completion of the repaying of the upper section of this great shopping thoroughfare. Every effort has been spent by the merchants whose establishments line this busy "shopping" street to make every hour of the day, and way into the night, filled with long-to-be-remembered events of both profit and pleasure for those who participate as spectators or as contestants for the many handsome and valuable prizes that will be given away.v i WW SEVENTH STREET PAVING COMPLETED Nothing now can stop the big Seventh Street Carnival and Parade but the elements. Washing tonians are to be given the time of their lives in this big fete. At 7 : 30 p. m. sharp Grand Marshal Berberich will lead the parade, escorted by a large detach ment of mounted police, going north on Seventh street at K street, to Rhode Island avenue, then north, then west to Seventh and S streets, then south on Seventh street to Market space, then east to Sixth street and disband. Following the grand marshal and his aids will be the Mid-City Citizens' Association as escort to the Commissioners of the District in new $5,000 limousine automobiles. Maj. Raymond W. Pull man will follow, as will also" P. T. Moran. president of the Chamber of Commerce; Edwin C. Branden berg. president of the Board of Trade, and R. P. Andrews, president of the Retail Merchants Asso ciation. William F. Gucje, Isaac Gans, Joseph Strasburger, E. F. Colladay. D. A. Edwards, D. J. Donovan, C. P. Hunt, Ogle R. Singleton, W. F. Peabody, Thomas Grant, Charles Columbus, C. J. Gockeler, and other prominent public-spirited citi zens will be next in order. The floral-decorated automobiles will fall in line, followed by Marshal M. Frank Ruppert and aids, and the Industrial Section, where the- auto mobile floats will be given plenty of opportunity to please the public. The horse-drawn decorated floats will follow. Thousands of valuable souve nirs are to be distributed, including the Velvet l Kind Ice Cream, Lady Fairfax Candy, Gude Roses, j and an infinite variety of noise-makers and gifts' for the children. The Carnival Section, with Marshal M. T. Pimes and his aids, will bring up the rear of the procession of hundreds of automobiles and floats, and this feature is sure to be novel and interest-1 ing. Groups and individual costumed merry-i makers will entertain the spectators. The Boy Scouts and the Boy Scout Band wfll render valu able service and good music and again prove their value to this community. Everybody is to be made happy on Seventh street tonight, and red lights are to burn for one hour during the carnival, immediately following the parade. Six or more bands will entertain the people during the parade and at the carnival. T. Troland Cleare, Herald; J. R. Hamilton, Times, Leroy W." Herron, Star, and R. L Gold smith, Post, will act as judges. .After the parade is over and during the car nival festivities bands will be stationed at Seventh and K streets. Seventh and M streets. Seventh and 0 streets, and Seventh street and Rhode Island avenue, and will play at intervals until 10:30 p. m. Seventh Street's Greatest Values Are At SIGMUND'S For sheer, downright value you will not find in all Wash ington such an array of genuine bargains as await you here. The finest examples of the new styles in women's outergarments are assembled here, and there are Tremendous Savings on Every Garment STUNNING FALL SUITS The newest styles in this' season's fashionable shades, African brown, blue gTay and novelty mixtures. Dozens and dozens of clever models that are exact copies of the most expensive Fifth Avenue productions. You will find it immensely to your advantage to come in and inspect them and especially NOTE THE PRICES. $18.00 Tailored Suits, $10 QO INCLUDING FUR TRIMMED SUITS JJ Thirty different models to choose from in Poplins, Serges, Gabardines, and Novelty Weave Materials, in all the popular fall shades worth at least $18.00, but all are tagged special at $12.98. Any one of these distinctively modeled suits will do you credit to wear. $10.00 Sport Coats, $5.95 Another shipment has just been received of those nobby Sport Coats in checks, plaids, stripes, and mix tures, including the popular White Chinchillas. Easily worth $10 of anybody's money. $5.95. 8Lfe. $2.00 Untrimmed Hats, $ 1 .00 All the lew color Bad ahaaea are featured la tats aaaarttaeat. Take your choice at l.OO. $3.00 Waist Values, $1.98 la all the aen colorai arnod quality crepe de ehlnei tacked aiodela or plalaj ball buttoaai un usually dalatr aad aaaart. B 1 a 1 m SIGMUNDS SUIT AND HAT SHOP 736 SEVENTH ST. N. W. 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