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IS "SALVAGE" SUNDAY HERE Herald to Aid Red Cross in Gathering Old but Usa ble Things. "Salvage Sunday" for th? R?d Croae la Washington is on? week from today. "National Salvage Sunday" ia on? weak later. September 1. Letter? hav? bean aent to S 00 newapapers throughout the coun try by The' Washington Herald, asking them to give the "National Salvage Sunday" aa much publicity as possible. Almost universal acceptance has reaulted from thi? appeal ?ent out by D. C. Hodgkin. advertising man ager. The Washington Herald publishes today a double page advertisement of the Salvage Sunday idea. This advertisement will be copied and used throughout the United States to promote the salvage Sunday idea. The war haa created a shortage of materials. The shortage of materials makea ?alvage valuable. The sale of salvage for the ben efit of the Red Cross aids in win ning the war. That Old Drena. Salvage counteract? in a meas ure the evil effects of war. Sal vage might mean that old dresa you stored away in the dusty old trunk in the dusty attic with the idea that aome day you will make it over and wear it. That old dresa might mean the saving of a ?oldier's life. Of course tbe old dress would have to go through several transformations before it >-ouU1 accomplish this thing. After being donated to the Salvage ?'ommittee of tbe Red Cross it would have to be converted into money through the medium of an old clothes dealer. The money would in turn be converted Into the needed bit ef ger micide that would be applied to your soldier boy's wound. Hundreds of thousands of dollars ha\e been realized in the salvage de partments of the Red Cross in the West. At the rate Washington is timing in salvase, we may break all record?. Herald Trick? ?? Help. Give that old dress and all the other junk that Is cluttering up your house. On Monday, the day after Salvage Sunday, headquarters will be opened m an old abandoned fire station at laeiaware avenue and C street. The Washington Herald has donated the use of its truck? to aid in the iinpais.il. and many men are offer ing their holiday off for the work. CAMP GORDON WILL GRADUATE D. C. MEN Officers Training School to Give Several Commissions. ? number of Washington men. most of whom are from Camp Meade. are now being trained for commissiona at ? be Central Officers' Training school near Camp Gordon, fia., under the ctmimand of Col. Edgar ?. Pray, who was sent from Washington. Washington men who will be grad uated with the first class on August ? are: Jamea A. Dew. entomologist. United States Department of Agriculture: Morriner D. Ratheber. electrician; Harry T. Greenlear, insurance agent; Wilton J. Hoppin. college student; Charles W. Combs, railroad man; Robert B. Wilson, entomologist. United Stales Department of Agricul ture; Naeh Adam* Witten, cartoonist and illustrator: Harvey C. Bates, ag ricultural agent: Karle L. Parmlee. patent lawyer: Percy D. Till man. car penter; Albert K. Meicker. United States Department of Agriculture; Benjamin Michaeleon. teacher: Rob ert X. Hancock, clerk and account ant: Wingate Robins, automobile salesman; G. W. Horn, buyer in de partment ?tore. Approximately L'.AOO men will he ad mitted to the school on September 1. MEMORIAL TO POUCE ADDS $561.75 IN WEEK According to the latest reports, the Police Memorial Fund is going .up ward by leapa and bounds, subscrip tions for the past week aggregating $j6*,73. Following Is a list of those who subscribed SS and over: Gayety Theater. $59. S : Lyceum Thea ter. S3S.4S, Cosmo? Theater. ?4?. 37; l'asino Theater, $S.t"0: W. R. Church, S3: Harry Jarboe. $10: Rudolph Jose, ?0: Frank Geiers Sons Company. $10: Thoraaa Sergon, $10: Dr. Edward Slack. $10. Each of the following named con tributed $5 toward the fund: W. G. Widmayer. C. C. Wineberger. Na tional Publishing Company, Wllcox, Hane and Company. Inc.. Ragan rnd Ta vier, Johnson and Wimsatt. G. W. Forsburg. George Spransy. Thomas F. Holden. Joseph P. Stepbenson and Crane Printing Company. Jeff Davia. "King of the Hoboes," Is credited with good work In aid of the fund, especially st several lo cal theater?, where be has been boost ing tbe cause from tbe stage. SONS OF VETERANS GOING TO NIAGARA The thirty-seventh annual en campment of the command-ry-ln cJiiaf of Sons of Veterans. I. & ?.. will be held at Niagara Falls. New Tork. August 19-25. The following win leave tonight to attend the encampment: Commander-in-Chief Frederick T. F. Johmron. Washing ton; CoL Edward K. DePuy. hi? per sonal aide, also of thi? city: Com mander J. Clinton Hiatt,. William ?. Edgell. Division Commander Harry L. Strieb, Past Division Commander Edwin C- Irelan, Past Division Com-? mander William A. Keefauver. M?as Anna J. Kirkley. Mias Harriet Gen tieu. Miss Marie Marks. Miss Cath erine Harbison. Mrs. Augusta Pal mer and Mrs. Mamie P. Dorsey. LIEUT. INGRAM OF D.C. WOUNDED IN FRANCE A District man. Lieut. Charles Ashley Digram, of the I*. S. Marine Corps, haa been -wounded in action in France, but is recovering rapidly and hopes to return shortly to the. front, according to a letter Just re ceived by his wife. Frances Welsh in ?ram of 14 ? street noathwest. Lieut. Ingrain went to France last January as a sergeant major and received hi? commis?km as a sign of merit for hi? service on the fighting line. Lieut. Ingrain, who Is it years old. 'graduated from college at Chatta n<xaa;a. Tena., la 1913 and enlisted in the Marines shortly afterwards. He ?ervad in Haiti until last April a year whan he was traaaferrad toi :-? &?16cpmfkto$Cok IsJE.BUSY.CORNER" P?MHKHiUJem&I Opea gil* A. Taf. CI??? SeSO P. M. / - ? ? n a I I I I ?a?a.maaammamamaammmmmmaaaammam ?9.t$?t3t)J5oroCo. #?E.vBliSy.CQRNErr PENNA.rWLAT BIHAt Aagaat IS. Igt?. Weatker?Alway? goae at - ^^^^^^^^^^"^^?M^?S?a^?^^^??^^B^^MHM??^?M^ <5.?$atmi5ot>sCoi. *T>?EaB?SY.CORNErl- PEI^WLM*? JJrA?T. When You Buy a Victrola Here You Have No Extras to Buy This Victrola is up-to-oate, completely equipped. It is the new Model XI-A, with the litest improved tone arm and motor, and equipped with Ready File, the new tiling device which makes finding or filing any record the work of an instant, even for a child. Get This Model for $122.50 You can get this beautiful \ ictroli in your choice of mahogany or oak, including the Ready File, for only $122.50. You may pay this in cash or on our easy payment plan, just as you prefer. Come in and look it over; let us play it for you. There will be no obligation to buy. We are prepared to supply those who have previously nought their Vic trolas, with Ready File, the convenient and hsnaisome record filing device shown above, at the following prices: For $75, $85 or $90 Victrola?, $7 per set, for $100, $110 or $115 Victrolas, $7.50 per'set, Kaaa' arth rieer. Warm Weather Is Still With Us And White Good? Contin ue to Be the Vogue! Crisp, 98c 25c inches 55c ?Excellent quality Sheer, French-finished Organdy; 45 inches wide. Per, yard. ?Linen-finished Percale, extra good quality. Per yard. ?High-grade French Lawn, 45 -iride. Special tomorrow, per yard..'..? ?Sheer, crisp-finished Voile, 45 inches wide; exceptionally good value; OC_ limited quantity. Per yard.tfuC ?Imported Mercerized Lingerie Ba tiste; extra fine quality; one ?A. day only. Per yard.UVC ?Large assortment of styles; only 1 or '2 pieces of a pattern of 36-inch Fancy Stripe Skirting. Special, per ftC?? Kaaa'?? Mreet Fleer. yard Crepe & Organdy Hats On a special table aad priced for clearance at, choice $3.95 ?Plain organdies trimmed with narrow pleating, and finished with a white pearl like pin. Colors are pink, lavender, blue and white. ?Fine checked organdies in the same colorings on white grounds; a few in combination with white and Dolly Vat den .organdy. Self-trimmed or with pearl buttons. ?Also a number of white crepe hats trimmed with fancy stitching. Kaaa'? Second Flee?*? Clearance Brass Beds The.*e Three and Fifteen Other Styles Included. ?The need for room in our warehouse is imperative, that is why we make so special a price on these ? htgh-grade beds. Choose from single and double-bed sizes in bright, satin or the new ribbon finishes. Each bed perfect and unusual value at its regular price. ? CHOICE MONDAY $21.50 1 One Piece Cot Beds &? AT To Close Monday at. VHt.OO ?Round continuous post style, with guaranteed Romelink springs. A very comfortable bed. $24.95 Brass Beds C1 C QC to Close Monday it ?Plj.ijJ ?Limited quantity for the one day's sale. Splendid style with 2-in. out side posts and 10 heavy fijling rods. $3.15 White EmbmI Beds to Oeee Ms?day act. ?Strongly constructed in all size?. Because of the special price, limit 2 j tO a person. Haa?'??Tblra* Itasi. What Do You Think of This for Monday? Attractive Patterns in Printed Voiles ?A well-selected line of patterns, small figures, floral designs, and many others in light and dark effects and beautiful color combina tions, at a price not heretofore quoted for such qualities. ?Many of these styles are exclusive with us and will not be found elsewhere in Washington. 28c y?*? Kaa?"*? tottt Plaar. TRUNKS-Monday the Day To Buy the One You Want for Your Vacation Trip. These Items Show Why. $9.00 -STEAMER TRUNKS, Formerly te $13.95. TO CLOSE MONDAY. ?Heavy canvas covered, painted brown; fiber binding and center bands to match: brassed hardware; hardwood slats on top; large bolts, strong lock. Sizes 32, 34 and 36 inches. -STEAMER TRUNKS, Formerly to $6.95. TO CLOSE MONDAY. $4.75 ?Heavy canvas covered, painted dark maroon; Japanned steel binding and center band; brassed hardware and lock. Sizes 28 and' 30 inches. ?DRESS TRUNKS, Formerly (*1? ?G to $14.95. To Close Monday. ?PlU.-JJ ?Made of 3-ply veneer basswood, canvas cov ered, painted black; finished with fiber bidd ing and center band; also a few made en tirely of vulcanized fiber. Sizes 36 and 38 inches. ?HARTMANN WARDROBE TRUNKS, Formerly to $40.95. tf?Q| ?? To Close Monday.?POl.UU ?Style with four drawers and larger bottom drawer for hats; solid wood veneer hangers with new type of telescoping trolley and com pressor straps; shoe flap and laundry bag. Kaaa'??Third Flo*r. Real & Imitation Filet Lace Makes Pretty Collars & ?Some women are very par ticular about wearing real lace, when they use lace at all; oth ers are satisfied if the result is effective, as they desire changes often, ?REAL FILETS are here in beautiful rose patterns, ivy and conventioned designs. We also have narrow edgings of real filet. Prices range from the nar row edging at 59c a yard to that at, a ?*?" ?? yard. $5.00 ?Imitation Filet in the real lin en shade, and many in the same designs as the real filet. A yard, from... 65c t. $2.25 Kaaa'?>?Street Fleer. 1 Bungalow Aprons ?You need something cool, comfortable, and that can be easily laundered to help make your housework easier. You will fiad a lot of satisfaction in these Bungalow Aprons. r? - ?? ? $2.00 They are made in the "V" neck style, turn-over collar in front, large pockets with long straps ex tending up each side of'front, with belt caught under straps. This is a slip-over style. Choice. ?Another is a "V" neck effect, fastening at the side, has large pockets, is rik-rak trimmed. These are in blue and pink. Also check ed blue ginghams, fasten-back style, trimmed with ?? aa white piping. Choice, %yLa"\J ?Extra size Bungalow Aprons, of striped and figured percales, and plain blue, made with adjustable belt: opens at side; ?orne trim med with rik-rak. c ?*? with fold of striped material. ?~ a OC Choice _.IPL.LO ??Bungalow Aprons in button front style, large pearl buttons, fastening down a row of short straps; collar trimmed with little edging; other style trimmed with *? -to en Choice. tPUtOM -Extra size Bungalow Aprons, in green, blue 7 ?Regular size Bungalow Apron? round-collar style, fold of plain material down the front, wide belt, sleeves finished with plain material: rik-rak trimmed. tf> Q ?? tamtemamaamm *?0.\)\J and lavender striped material, trimmed with plain color to match; straight style, opening down front; belt, collar, pocket and sleeve ends of plain colored material. Choice..?,..................... $3.00 Choice. ..>. Bleached Sheets at Low Prices ?A back order at the old prices, which was lately re ceived, has enabled us to quote these special prices. ?These are our "Wear Well" Sheets, made from superior quality, soft-finished sheeting, with Jap selvedges; all per fect, and in sizes as follows: Size. Price. 54x90-inch.$1.45 63x90-inch .$1.65 Size. ' Price. 72x99-inch .$1.90 8lx90-mch ........$1JS 63x99-inch .$1.75 81x99-inch .....$2.05 72x90-inch ...Y..$1?? 30x99-inch .$2.15 ?4Sx30-inch PRISCILLA PIL LOW CASES, made from the ends of the famous Wamsutta perca)e sheeting. All perfect, ?ut a limited quantity only to ?ell for Monday at, G ? each .JVC ?78x88-inch MARSATIA plain hemmed double-bed Spreads, in two good de signs; all perfect, Monday, each... Kaaa'?? Mrtet Fleer. $3.00 Scrims, Voiles and Marquisettes ?in plain white, cream and ecru; some with dainty colorings in border, also all-over ef fects, introducing many bird. Chinese fA^ and floral designs, at, yard. 14c to I "i? Drapery Materi-alsWere Never More Attractive Than the New Fall Patterns in This Special Advance Sale ?The prices are particularly attractive to intro duce the new styles. Table After Table Full of Cretonnes ?in beautiful new designs and colorings. Styles for dra peries, bed sets, laundry bags, fancy work, slip covers, etc., priced At 24c to $1.44 Yard. Imported Scotch Madras -in plain white, cream color and novelty ef fects, including self-woven designs; ideal for living-room or library. Priced, ?A.i* Kaaa*??Taire Kl?r. a yard, 34c to. WHITE SHOES Clearing Continues Monday With the Addition of Women's High White Canvas .Shoes at the Special Clearing Price. ?The other good values include Pump?. Oxfords. Colonials, in Sea Island Duck, and Canvas. White Nubuck and Genuine Buck, with French. Cuban, or military heels, in either leather or wood. ?Of ?Mine, sizes are very much broken, but taking the lot as a whole you will find nearly every size.in one or another style. Vahes to $7.00 a pair. Choice Monday, a pair. $2.65 ????*?? Feairtk Flaar. Georgette Crepe Blouses, $6.95 ?Two-tone effects, round-neck style, with little vestee and collar of new blue. The blouse itself is in either ?ivhite, flesh or bisque. ?Another style has a little vestee front, sailor collar back, tucked over shoulder, fastens down the side with two-tone buttons; trimmed in blue and self-colored embroidery; also beaded. ?Still another is made with Tuxedo collar front, and_ sailor ? ? m ? - ,? Style back, collar is tucked over the shoulder, and is trimmed^ with pearl buttons, and embroidered on edge of collar in blue or self coloc .These are in flesh" color, white and bisque. AU sizes. ? Kaaa'??Secea* Flaar. New Dollar Waists ?You certainly should see them. They are voiles, ct??efly, , colored checked and striped voiles, and some in colored or ' white grounds with fancy colored stripes, also plain white. ?The checked voiles have collars of white trimmed with small ruffles, the striped waist? have collars of self striped white voile, aad the fancy striped waists have white striped voile collars, and edged 'with self material; vest of white, finished with pearl buttons. The plain white voiles are finished with white collar embroidered in white and squares of djl AA color, to match waist; lace trimmed. At..??.fl?wW ? Kan"??Baraala Tabi??Street Flaar. WASH RIBBONS For Lingerie and Other Uses ?THE NEW CLOVER LEAF PATTERN, in an excellent quality wash satin, in pink, blue and white, at the following prices: Useful for lingerie, for making rosettes for babies' gar ments etc. NEW HAIR BOW RIB BONS, for children's school wear; excellent quality of taf fetas, in two-tone fancy stripe and- other color combinations; light and dark colorings, $'/i inches wide. A *?Qr yard ................... * ?Short lengths and odd bolts of handsome fancy ribbons, ior making girdles, fancy bags and many other uses, ?lost of these are Sy? inches -a-ide. Value to $2.65. To close, a yard. haaa'a-Mrr'l Flaar. $1.98 ? NEW PITTING FLANNELS ?Fall styles, pink, blue *?nd black stripes on light or white ' grounds, also checks in the same colorings. A Yard IVlonciey ....?..?.?. ?t?-?-?. ?.-. -.7. .-?. 40c Kaaa*.?Mrrrt Ft?"?*. ?