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IN CASUALTIES H, V. Wilson, Kenneth Lew is, Dead ; Two Others bounded. Pour more names were added to the list of Washington's contribution of manpower to the war cause with the receipt of yesterday's casualty an nouncement. Private Harry V. Wilson was reported killed In action. Kenneth Lewis ss dead from wounds and Joseph A. Purbershaw and Robert H. Yeatman ss severely wounded in ac tion. Harry V. WUaasu Only a few days previously Mr* C. B. Wilson, of 506 Third street north west, received a letter from her son. Harry V. Wilson, in which he told of harina; been over the top and of his eagerness to revenge the death of several members of his expedition in a second offensive. Wilson waa a native of Washington, Z3 years of age and had been gradu ated from the public schools of the District. He was then employed with the Department of Agriculture, but left that work to enter the Bureau of Printing and Engraving, joining the colors last October. Joseph A. F erbe.-?., aw. Joseph A. Furbershaw is one of four sons of Mrs. Mary Furbershaw, of 80 R street northwest, all of whom are now fighting in France. Mrs. Furber shaw speaks with pride of her ' fight ia*g" family. One of her sons was killed in the Spanish-American war. her husband organized a New Tork company of volunteers during the Civil war and her father was an offi cer in the Mexican war. This son. Joseph A. Furbershaw, suffered in a ga? attack last July and wrote home then from a hospital ward. He was a good marksman, holding twerve medals. Robert H. Yea ta. a a. Letters from Private Robert H.Yeat man. the son of James E. Yeatman, of 88 Adams street northeast. Indi cate that he was severely wounded in June and was recovering in a French hospital, but that he hoped to be soon able to Join his regiment at the front. Yeatman attended the public schools of the District and later joined a local regiment for service on the Mexican border In 191?. ? r ? urta Lewis. T*e War Department announced yes terday the death of Kenneth Lewis from wounds received in action on July 31. when he was struck by a piece of shrapnel. Lewis was only H when he enlisted with the First Separate Battalion, TMstrict of Columbia National Guard. In May. 1917. and remained when that organization was made part of the National Army He was the first member of this battalion, of which he was a favorite member, to die in ac tion. Only fa short time -before his Heath he received a medal from the French government for recognition of his bravery while under fire. He is the ?on of Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis. ; -?? ifth street northwest. TWO WOMEN HURT ON CAR PLATFORM Colored Motor Truck Driver Ar rested by Police. When ts a safety ione not a safety zone?* atra. C. B. Smith, of 1135 Clifton .?tieet northwest, and her 14-year-old daughter. Marion Smith, were stand in?? on the loading platform at Ninth street ami Pennsylvania avenue north vest restera??, waiting for a Four teenth street c*r. Ordinarily, street car passenger? consider these loading plaftorm? a refuse from wild motor-vehicle driv er*. But this time it did not prove to he the case, even thouih these plat form? were primarily intended to pro tect the puhlic a? It (rets on and off the cara A heavy motor truck, driven by "Walter Young (colored?, took offense at the platform and sldeewlped It. Mrs. Smith and her daughter were struck and badly bruised about 'heir bodies. They were both sent to the ?emergency Hospital. Young was ar rested. Bernard McDonald Wounded. Through an error. The Washington HeraM of yesterday morning an nounced the death of Bernard Mc Donald, of 29? Georgia avenue. The notice should have read that young McDonald had been severely wounded In action. The young man had been reported mixing in action previously, but last night's corrected casualty list de clared that the first announcement had been a mistake, and stated that he had been severely wounded. In the Bruex. Austria, coal fields the military authorltiea recently ar rested every tenth miner on strike and sent him to prison for eighteen months. B?aaaaMaa?aaaaKaBBaaaj| Catarrh ; of the Stomach | Is Dangerous ? Thousands Have It and 5 Don't Know It," Says g Physician. Frequently Mis- 2 taken for Indigestion? 8 How to Recognize and g Treat. / "Thousands of people suffer more or less constantly from furred, coat ed tongue, bad Breath, ?our burning stomach, frequent vomiting, rumbling ? stomach, bitter eructation?, ga?, wind, and stomach acidity and call t indigestion when in reality their rouble ia due to gastric catarrh of :he stomach.'' writes a New Tork physician. Catarrh of the stomach ia danger 3Ua because the mucoua membrane lining of the stomach 1? thickened and a coating of phlegm cover? the ?urface so that the digestive fluids a ? not mix with the food and digest :hem. This condition soon breeds 1i*eue in the fermented, unasslm lated food. The blood 1? polluted and carnea the Infection throughout he body. Gastric ulcer? are apt to orm and frequently an ulcer is the lr*t sign <\( a deadly cancer. In catarrh of the ?toma.cn a good ind ?afe treatment ia to take before neal? a tea*poon'? .- of pure Biaurated ?iagneeia in ha., a glaas of hot water a* hot aa yeu can comfortably drink t? The ho/ water washes the mucous 'rom ta* ?tornach wall* and draws the blood to the stomach while the Biaurated magneti? I? an excellent tolvent for mucoue and increase* the ?fflclency of the hot water treat ment. Moreover the Biaurated Mag ?e?ia will serve a* a powerful but larmless antacid which will neu railxe any excea? hydrochloric acid .hat may be in your stomach and ?weeten lu food contenta. Easy, nat ir?l digestion without distress of any <ind should soen follow. Biaurated Magnesia i? not a laxative, ia harm I??*. pleasant and easy to take and can be obtained from any local drug g1?t. Don't confuae Biaurated Mag neaia with other forma of magnesia mHk?. citrate?, etc.. but get It in the pure biaurated form (powder or tablets), eapeclally prepared for tai* AMERICAN INFANTRY TO THE RELIEF OF FRENCH Fully equipped for battle, these American infantrymen are marching along a French road to the fronl to relieve the tired French troops. The Poilus are seated by the roadside. CHARGE 3 WITH DRAFT EVASION Special Indictments Are Brought Here in'Alleged Green Conspiracy. Special indictments against five per sona were returned by the grand jury yesterday, probably the most Impor tant of which relate to th? charges of conspiracy to violate the selective draft laws brought against Edward L. Travis, lawyer and member of the corporation commission of North Carolina; Selim Barnett Joseph, of Chicago, and Leon Myer Green, of NVw York, formerly lieutenant colonel on the staff of Governor Blease. of Souih Carolina. The Indictment against this trio re cites that on June 29, 1918, they en tered into an agreement whereby they were to have the Perth Amboy Dry Dock Company pretend that It had employed -Green as its purchasing agent, and later should make such a showing to this effect before his local board In New York City that he would become exempt from military service. It Is alleged, further, that on July 2 last Green presented an affidavit to his local board purporting to show that he was receiving a salary of ?12. f*X> a year from the Perth Amboy Dry Dock Company, and that his occupa tion was necessary to the maintenance of a military establishment, the Idea being to evade the selective draft. Th** indictment charge? Travis ani J' reph with teins conspirators in the scheme. t ?pionig- Act Charge. Charles Olsen was indicted for vii sal on of the espionage act in navi!.,,, on July 2 last, made ? neport to Lieut. I (,..!s C. Clark, jr., t\ S. IN*., to tl.e effect that a certain vessel known as the Mabel Brown had bnen tor* pedoed and sunk by a T'-boat on June 21. 1918, about forty-five miles southeast of Block Island. Lieut. Clark was in command of a patrol bo- I. and it is alteged that Olsen's r-.ot.Ye In inak'n*? ibis misrepresen ts."???n wai ?o h. ider the or.ereti-m? of the Navy Department by sending the patrol c-n a wi'd goose chase. Auguste Bache Is charged with stealing blueprints from the tool shop oi the navy yard, where he was em? p.ojcd in a corfidential work. Desertion Ground for Divorce Suit Filed Adella Dean sued James Edward Denn for a limited divorce and ali mony Id the equity courts yesterday, on the ground of desertion. They were married tn this city in 1915, and the complaint recites that last June 4 a child was born which soon died. While Mrs. Dean was in the hos pital, so she states In her complaint, the husband removed all the house hold effects from their home and placed her clothing in the hands of her sister, with whom the wife was advised to live In future, which she has done, so she says. Now she is seeking means of support from defendant, who Is alleged to be making considerable money in his occupation as a painter. Grocery Clerks Here Endorse Rep. Riggles John R Riggles. labor candidate from Maryland, was endorsed for the House of Representatives last night at the regular meeting of the gro cery clerk? at 608 Fifth street north west. Fifteen new members' appli cations were voted on and several members obligated. The next meeting will be held next Tuesday night. WIDOWS MADE LEGATEES. Widow? were the sole legatees In e?ach of two will? of local decedents flled yesterday with Register of Will? Tanner. Morris M. Waters, who died here August 24 last, left a will dated August 3. 191?, in which he bequeathed everything to hi? wife, Catherine A. Water?. Richard Westley Grant named Elizabeth Grant, his widow, as sol'' legatee in a will dated June 12 this year. He died here August 11. The principal portion of the property thus devleed consists of the prem ises at 414 D street southeast. CLUB ENDORSES FORD. The local club of the "National Party" passed a resolution endors ing Henry Ford a? candidate (or Senator (rom Michigan, and urged that the National Party of Michigan do the same, at a meeting last night In the Board of Directors' room of the Union Savings Bank. Officers of the club who were elected were Mrs. W. C. Brook?. pr??ident; Judge O. O. Nation, vice president: Wlll lan V. Mahoney, secretary, and Ml?? Gladys Scobie. treasurer. SEEKS ABSOLUTE DIVORCE. Julia Barbour brought suit in the equity court? yesterday asking for an absolute divorce from James Rarbour. whom she accuses of ml? ? r.nduct with a nam^d corespondent. The pa,? were marrn-d her* in 1?03, s-nd have three- chlldr*.o. TWO FAIRY GODMOTHERS OF WAR WORKERS IN D. C. Mrs. Howard Gould and Mrs. John D. Rocke feller, jr., Here Looking Over Organiza tion Plans for Housing Girls. Two fairy godmothers are In Wash ington looking after the Interest? of their protegees?the young feminine war workers. They are Mrs. Howard Gould and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr.?not bad names for fairy godmothers? Both are interested In rescuing the hapless young war workers from the clutches of the witches and ogres?the extomionate landladies and the res taurant keepers. Mrs. John D. Rockefeller. Jr.. chair man of the housing committee of the War Work Council of the Y. M. C. ?.. is here with a New York architect; Duncan Candler, looking over the plans for the Y. M. C. A. hotel for transients, which will soon be erected on the I'nion Station plaxa and the permanent home for war worker* at Silver Spring. ri.innm* (?ab Hesse*. Mrs. Howard Gould, as secretary of the Women's Association of Com merce of the I'nited States. Is perfect ing plans to provide homes for war workers, or. as ?he prefers to call them, club houses. For It is with the magic ?and of money that Mrs. Gould and Mrs. Rockefeller both daughter-in-law? of king? of flaarice expecf to tran? port the" diserrine; little- patriotic workers from their disusai boarding house? to a chihBy place of light laughter and doubtless comparative luxury. While no one doubts that the lit tle war workers pounding a type writer for dear life many weary hours a day. and withstanding the very real hardships of life in Wash ington in war time, deserve any good fortune a good fairy may care to bestow upon them, they them selves were the last to expect it. Most of them who come here be lieve It is part of the game to have to fight profiteers, lonesomeness, in THREE ARE INJURED IN CAPITAL TUESDAY Vincent Riley Loses Several Teeth in Accident. Vincent Riley, a 4-year-old boy. 1421 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, is minus several teeth this morning: as a result of being knocked down yester day by an automobile driven by Au gustus A. Randall, of Brentwood, Md. The youngster was at the corner of Fourteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue when struck. He was removed to the Casualty Hospital, suffering from cuts about the head and body. His head struck the ground and sev eral of his front teeth were knocked out. Francis Curtain, S yearn of age. of 2?4 Fourteenth street southeast, was struck by a bicycle yesterday ridden by a colored man. The boy was crossing the street In front of his home when he was struck. He was badly shaken and bruised and taken home. John W. Hunt, colored, of 1215 ? street northwest, while riding on a truck loaded with plate glass was cut bv a large piece of the gi??? falling on him when the truck crossed the car tracks. He ws* removed to the r?eorge "Washington Hnlversity Hospital. WOMEN OPPOSE DEMOCRATS. Plans for a campaign against West ern Democratic candidates for the Penate will he discussed by the exec utive board of the National Woman's Party, which has been summoned for a meeting September 13. According to the preliminary plan for the campaign, an attempt will be made to reach the "West before President Wilson ants other Democratic speakers begin their final election toura In order that tHe. women's minds may be prepared In advance. THE TOWN CRIER. A Joint aatemoblle sight-arcing ride with a guide in each car will be held tomorrow by the Y. W. C. A. and the Y. M. C. A. The car? will leave the Liberty Cafeteria and 619 Fourteenth ?treet northwest at 7 o'clock. The raited Service Clab ef Amer ica will ?how on the ?creen tomor row night at 8:a5 "Gai and Fire." "Torpedo Boats" and "Soldier? of the Sea" through the courtesy of the Film Division of the Committee on Public Information. The Aaaeeiatlea Oldeat Inhabitant? of the District will meet at the Union Engine House on the south east corner of Nineteenth and H street? northwest at 7:30 thl? even ing. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children IN USE FOR OVER 30 YEARS Always bear? digo blues and everything. A lumpy mattress and a greedy cantankerous landlady is nothing, according to their philosophy, compared to th? hardships their brothers have to stand In trenches. Greasy cheap food In high-priced restaurants 1* better, they argue, than no food at all in a German prison camp. The plight of war workers In Washington is worrying both Wom en, although they are working through entirely different channels. "My only sorrow," says Mrs, Gould, "Is that the organisation will not be able to accommodate every body." "The government is going to ob tain the houses for us even though it might be mcessary to commandeer them. We will furnish them, re model them a.id provide matrons for them, and ?r.any other little com forts have been planned for the girls. A cafeteria where well-cooked food may lie procured at coet will be on* cf the features." Will Proeere Stenographer?. Mrs. Gould will also endeavor. through the various feminine chnm bers of commerce which she has or ganised in many lar^e cities, to pro cure stenographers and typists for the go?*?rnment. "The prominent business women tn every city who are connected with these organizations will endeavor to persuade young girls to come to | Washington to work," Mrs. Gould de ! c la red. ? "You see, these women are In touch ? with the sources of stenographers ? and clerks, and doubtless many more efficient ones may b? persuaded to come than would otherwise. ? "The parents must be talked to and persuaded to allow their daugh ters to come. I intend to open head ! quarters here so that the young girls who are sent through the agency of the Women'? Association of Com merce will have a place where they know they can receive help if needed, snd where their parents know that ! we will stand back of them," DEMANDS LAW FOR HOUSING Senator Thomas Hurls Challenge at Rent Profi teers of Capital. A law preventing profiteering in rentB in the District of Columbia was demanded in the Senate yes terday by Senator Thomas, of Col or-ido. and others It was brought out In the discus sion between Senators Thomas and Jones that the Johnson-Pomerene rent profiteering bill is held up be cause, owing to criticism of the Senate conferees made by Repre sentative Johnson in the House, the Senate had passed ?a resolution ex cueing the conferees from further service. Real rroflirrr?. Rejolee. Senator Thomas declared that the rent profiteers were delighted because of the present status of the hill and urged that something be done. Senator Lenroot of Wisconsin suggested that the present con ferees be discharged with th? un derstanding that new ones be ap pointed. Senator Thomas stated that he would offer a motion to thl? effect in the near future. "Senatorial dignity is a good thing1 but in this case It is a good thing for the profiteers." said Sena tor Thomas. Senator Kenyon of Iowa suggested that sine? the criticism of the Senators by the House had been made some time ago the Senatorial dgnity had smoothed ? itself out. Senator Jones stated that the hon esty of Senators had been attacked and that Senator Thomas had better read the record before making any motion. Senator Thomas stated that even at the expense of Senatorial dlg ? nity something must he done as the ? housing situation is becoming dally ? more acute. Ixipping off enemy peers is the Job; of the House of T?ords' Deprivation . of Titles Committee. There'll he some blank pages in next year's red book?, j ^^fyLrdy Woroanboccf \Hpml-isthe demanda ^?f to-day ?? In the Health and Strength r of the Wive* and Mothers Rests the Forare Integrity of the Nation. We must preserve our womanhood. There is need, greater than ever for strong women. Apparently, the race is not as sturdy as formerly or our women are victims of an over-civilization and less able to resist disease. Thousand? suffer and thousands more are destined to suffer from that moat Insidious of diseases. catarrh. Ninety-?even/ per cent of tb? people have catarrh. It 1? not confined to the head, nose and throat as many suppose. Catarrhal inflammation may attack the stom ach, bowel? or any portion of the body where there are mucou? lin ings. It Is no respector of pereon? or poeltion. Everyone 1? liable to attack. Mrs. Mary Frlcke. P07 Bornman St., Belleville, 111., was one of its victims.? She ?ays: "I have weighed aa little as 100 pounds. For year? I ?uffered with my stomach, crampi nnd severe headaches. After read ing Dr. Hartman'? Health Book. I decided to try Peruna. The flret bottle bronght good reault?, but a? I waa bound to g?t well. I took twelve. FlfUen year? ?go. I ?tarted with Peruna and I wouldn't be without it. My weight la now around tOO pound? and I am hale and h.arty at the age of 03. I can do al much work as my daushter." Th? use of Peruna for forty-five years In the American family ha? proved its worth. If you ar? ?lek, do not give up. try Peruna. Writ? The Peruna Company. Dept. B. Co lumbus, Ohio, for Dr. Hartman'? Health Book, tt is free. Peruna 1? sold everywhere in liquid and tab let?. Insist upon hiding Dr. Hart man'? Famous P?runa Tonic. Aak your dealer for a Peruna Almanac? No Other Typewriter Can Do This ! Have on the same machine liny type for condensing 50 to 75 Per cent, and regular type for general writing. Spacing to agree to each. Of great value for Loose-leaf Manual Sheets, Index Cards, Statistics and Refined Correspondence. Interchangeable type-sets; all languages; a wide variety ot commercial, mathematical, and professional. Change at will. *J1 usable on one machine. Here are a few samples: VULTIPLEX, HAUMOMD? S Instantly Changtable TyPi many vtyve-o- -tcW ?caray Cwvguoaje*?. Two style* or language a Al ways on the machi ne. 3^"? TJW taixxo^ an d change MULTIPLEX HAMMOND "Writing Machine" Let ?? ?end ven (ree, oar latereatlna booklet ?UII7 ?escrib?a*; the aalque feature? of thl? extraordinary ?nn rhlae. Write Tour ??oie. ad der?? and orraputio* on th< mnriln of thl? pace and mall te THE HAMMOND TYPEWRITER Cfif?ANY Colorado lla| TVa.biaate Mala. NEW ??? ROY CLEWS FOUND Believe Escaped Colored Convict May Have Kill ed Little Girl. The theors that litt!? Eva Roy was murdered by an eacapetl con-let *u revived >esterday, when Sheriff Allison was nettled, of the escape of ? colored prisoner from the reform atory at Ixsrton at about Um time tti< crime saus committed. The colored man wa? ?erring ? esre year term for houaebreaktag. RI? ??cape wa? reported to Use local po lice on Monday. August 6, th* day before the crime wa? committed and is ?till at large. Fairfax County official? ?aid last night that the new clue will be in vestigated Immediately. Walter Oliver, attorney for Lam Hall, the woodcutter held In the Fair, fax County jail for the crime, ?aid that he believed the new due to be promising. Mr. Oliver also stated that he had recently received ton? Infor mation that would be of intere? tf Hail ever comee to trial. Hall may be Indicted for the crina? on circumstantial evidence. It la be lieved, however, that he will not b? tried at thi? oeaelon of the court. . If the commonwealth 1? given tw? or three month? to continue ft? In vestigation. Mr. Oliver said thai either they will find the real mur derer or convince themeeive? beyond a doubt that hi? client cannot be even ?u?pected of the crime. Summer Store Hours: 9:15 A. M. to 6 ? M. 'IT PAYS TO DEAL AT GOLDEN BERG 'S" BOTH SIDES OF 7TH ST "??E DEPENDABLE STORE IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER THAT?Article, advertised in Today's Coupon Sai? -t? bo) be sold at these prices to any bnt those presenting Coupons when makin? purchase*. COUPON SALE NO. 41 <onpon ? $2.98 Trimmed -1 Felt Hatt, $2.29 Witt. Thl. ! oup?B .ml-. Fett ????. -? m ri aiior loa pea, trimmed with wide ?rrt)avfr*un rinne. bende, in black. n*">. brrnrri. turpe. turpi?. Copenhagen tod old rot?. irJ ( oupon 2 $3.00 VelTrt Hat?, $2.45 "uh Thla Coupon Only. .Vhet, Hat*, for mn? and miiM?; tailored mndeU, triiruned with rib boo?; tn ?u bJavck tul back faced with rulota, (?) Coupon. 3 Women's 50c Lisle Hot?, 29c Witt. Tbla ? ?.upon Onlj nan, s ?.-s; H.~, in tilack. white African brown, fra?, cbainpacne asi other ?etarabta ?hade?. oligt-tiT im perfect, (li) ? <>n pon 4 Children'. $2.50 Fall Hats, $1.95 With Thla Coapon Only. Children'? Fall Hau. of hier, frade relreteon. with ribbon banda and ??'p am?-?. New aDd ?tylish ??hapre. in black, brown and nary blue --Second Kloor-Millioary ->pt H Coupa Boys'$1.69. $1.98 Wash Sun?. $1.33 With Thla Colposi Only. Bora' Wash Suite white and colored waAhable fabnea; all made with utifcurht knee pania; aiiee IS to ? jeara -Plfet r loor?Bars aia Booth (Hj (oupon ? Boy? S8 School Suits. $6.19 With Thla Coupon Onlj Bow?' School Suite, all with full hned knickerbocker pant?; dark pat laroj and fall weifht material; aura ? to 17 vean. (HI Coupon ? Boy? $3.00 Pant*. $2.19 With Thla Coupon Oalw. Bort' Faner Mixed Ca.^c: r? Knick erbocker School Fasta, full lined and taped; etaea ; lo IT jcara. Dark .at tema. (11? coupon ? Boys' 29c Neck wear, 2 for 29c With Thla Coupon Only. Boya' Fancy Silk a: j Sauo Four ; -. Har.rt Nrrkwear ?.*-1**-? ?trlea and patter ria.-Third Floor-BriV DcpL tH) coupon t Boy?' Coat -1 Sweaters, 79c Wlih Thla Coupon Oa-ly. BotV Oxford tJraj Cotton Mixed Coat 8 wee ten, ahawl oaOnf iUfj pocket; ?ire? ? to 12 reara. Cloae knitted. Hi coupon 10 25c Veilinfs, 12*, ?c With Tkla ( ?.m.,.?. Oaly. Hairline. Hexagon aoi Fane? M??h N nu???. In blark and eolor?.-Klr?t r.oot-Voilic? Dept. (HI Coupon 11 $3.25 Birdeye, $2.29 Wit. Till? Conpon Only. E-incb Antjaepuc Bird???, or dtajyw cloth, in sealed ?? kage? oootkimn? full tea Tirii ? G?????? 12 59c Little Glo?es, 33c With Thl? CnapoB Only. W omen'? Two-c'??p Male Glove? hrra w-j.? (rtulity with mercerised flnieb; black only: ar?. a. c-. ?,,d 7. ? Conpon is $9.75 Part Wool Blanket?, $7.65 ?Ith Thl? Coupon Only. Part-wool Bl?nkeu. In plaid? of fr?v lunk. in ?nd bin?, ?ito white or r*? with pink or blue border? Doubl?bed .a? (Hi Conpon 14 $1.00 Laundry Bass, 69c With Thl? Coupon Oaly. ^emi-m?d? L?undri Bag?, extra fin? norelty terry cloth : aaaorted colora (?) Cou??, is 50c Centerpieces, 29c With Thl? Coupon O.I7. All-white ('eriterpieces braided in Mu., round ?xtd ??'...-. ahapea; wnt abi? for ?t?nds or ?bam? IH) ( ????? ?? Women's Bathin? Sait?, $1.69 With Thl? < oupon Only. Orida ?nd ?orla m? Women. B*U,ini Suit?, in blark a?d n?et blue broketi aite?. (oupon 17 Women's Btvtaimg -1 Sait?, $3.95 With Thl* 1 oupon Only. Balance of our refalar stock .it: a up to S7.au. attica for women and nu.aee; yeraer, mohair ?nd airrf doth material.: ananrf model? (Hi Cottpowi 1 11 25c Perfume, 12c With Thl? Ceaaea O.ly. Rabcock'a Trailln? Arbutu* Perfume. true .astia* odor. IPie?a ??? Tour botti?' I HI I oupo? IP $1 Harrbruihri 48c With Thl? 1 or p.. ? . ? ? Ppotlea. Hairbrush??, suiericr quelite, white brittle?, ?olid back, tn ebon. ?rush ? ? ? raip.? to 15c Talcum Powder. 10c W Ith Thl? ( oopon Only. Armour'? b.lean Talrur? Pnaarhi. fr? ?nntly ?ceoted. VacArt and ber. 1?. coop?? ? 50c Shampoo. 27c With Thla Ceaaea Oely. B. * G. Emulaifled Coooanttt Oi l Shanipoo, a hifti-grade abampoo. (M) Conpon Silver Tkimble?, lie With Thla ? oupon only. iterimi 8i!rer Thiirblee -romen'e and rr .aere' atm Je?f r< G?* ? ? Coupon S3 I Serrice Photo Frames, 10c With Thla Compon Only. Sernce Photo Frainre. i mi tau or ni. :te iron, pretty ahapea: aiae 2x2 inciea; neatly aaade with blue aemre aUr, eaael heck -Fret 1*^ Bu.. : Tfr Limit two to a buyer.1 ?H? Coupon .4 Leather Handbafs, 99c Mtth Thto ' rU p., ? Omi7. Women a Real Leather Handhaea, Wax? aad otwnrad leatiicr? pretty ahapea. ?rith top atrap handle, ?*?' made bexa, eotue m the popular ?*-? ? ahapea im (oopon Ml To J2 Women ? -' Union Suits, 89c With Thla (oupon only. Women a Uercenaed l*<a>, Glore Silk Top and Flat Kr.it L : ion S.uU. low neck and eleeettae; parta tifut or looaa knee and ecvelor* r ? lea Per fect fittine ??rmente; whft? and fleah color, aubiecL to aii**t in perfwu^r.? Si?f M to M. H Colpo? w Womeii'i Game W/kc Vesta, With Thla Cow pon Only. Women'a Ganze Venta, round ?? v neck at} lea, crochet neck ?? arm?. auea ? and 38 ooiy. Seconda of Lh? retrucar 25c raloea, (H) coupon it! Bot?' 79c Union -1 Snits, 50c With Thin Coupon Only. Bor?' Snuf Kit I'ninn hwaee, nhw, ribbed quabtj ; high neck and ahort aleoeea pant.? er ale or knee lcrprh ; aizaa i to 16 '-ere White or <-cru colors. Boyi* 39c Underwear, 21c With Thla Coupon only. Boy?' pMTiekn.t I Dderwear. aliirta with bigti net?, ?od short aleerea. parta knee .eu*TUj, white and ecru colnar?; ?Uea ? to 34. iH Conpon 21? I To 79c Women's 1 Union Suit?. 47c With Thl? ? ??..!.-..r Oaly. Wtmjen'i Irim ?Ulta, low nee? ?od aere?le*?-. Krench liand ?nd crochet nee? ?sd anna; tenu lace trimmed or tialit knee su le?, riz?? 3S ?pd 3 orili (Hl cupo? MI Women's T1.75 -1 Silk Hose. $1.00 With I l.i. Ceaaea Oaly. n'taren'i Silk Hoae. in Mack, white. Aim an brown, grar ?aid other ?had??: Mamie?, foot ?ad mock r.?t.i .i"t aearfta; ?oed neary quaUl., ?ubarct to ftUshl imperfecuon? (Hi Caupoa 31 Women's 85c Boot Silk Hose. 43c with Thla Ceaaea Oalj. ??mn'i lettre ?Ik Boot tloae In white onljj full tejritooed. ?noi el.atic oiuht. ?n*lit:.< Cupo, je] $3.00 Feather -1 Hau. $198 With Thl? ( e.pe. Oaly. r*??theT H?u. in tartan liana, lo-.? U dirk ?bade? SaUhed ?It* fancy omamiTt (?upon M Serge Dres*e*. $13.50 ?? 1th Thl? ( nupo? Italy. Vetan? and Mi???, liii.n of ?Yawed ard manniali rfr*. : ?nod ?? ?orunent of neweat ?ulta. In ???>?. w*s*i areeii and rrcan. not ... .>. ?tile rod ?? In ?art. k ?11 vie? I ._^J Ce.pe. S? Wat?. FrocU $11.75 With Thla Conpon Omtj. Ba.anoe of our entre rematninf atavi: .. rru?, nf veakea. c^andie? the hcot atykaa of the laaaon ; all ama for aaiaeee a- d WOB.TL (HI Conpon IS SUV and Qo'a Sarta, 512.95 With Thla ( o?pon Oaly? Choice of onr entire remaining atoe* of (ulk and Clmh ?vita; tnater-.al- <* eabe.rr.iDC. aerf .?, poplii and taifeta taUneed. plaited, trixnaned and apon ot fecta. m taupe, aand, tan. Vicia? in tire cloth euit> and nan Mue and Mack in the au lb, ? (111 Coupon ?? Silk Gmfuam Dreaaea, IS.o? With Thin Coupe? ?nlv ?*? of Taffeta **\'k Urrm* poi-ular a^artaaani p.-?d? and check nf lecta, thia araaona popular nioioh; broken ataea. light color? or.:- H' l imp..? t Silk and Ooih Coati, $13.75 With Thin ? ..np-.n Oaly. WoBjeo'a and ????? Om?.*. ?mtaNe for cool eummer eeennttea inri +??:? Ml wear. Of i-splin. garwdino. aWMl aa lf-ur and taff*-fa. In h.a'-k. nari. Re! par -a ? *? '. *- -? ? -1 5c Cake With Thla Coopon Only. <l-iiiUL tw ? <akea *<- a s'? ?** Conpon 7* 89c Line? Saltini, 55c With Thin Coupon Oaly? ?la-incb Linen eViitinc M craati wea.? ; in ?." ran hapea f... and :..c-:r 'Hi Compon ?O 75c Plaid Silks, 49c wVlth Thlo < on pon 0?|e. Sennet I a atlk and c-u-*. fabric ? a f*r worr '? end ?v "ire- . o"???>-? Coupon 41 ? 50c Colored Poplin?. 29c With Thla < ? ? pon Oely. - alitr. m colora Coupon 42 69c CbiFon Vo?et, 39c With Thl? < oupon Oaly. 4*-tncii Plain-coler r:uffo? Voalea ea tra fin?*. ??he?-r. tw? t>lr quality In a complete aiaortrnert of ntrart and eeeo :nc ehadee H Coupon 4? $1.00 Colored Ort?nd>. 59c With Thl? Caaawa Oaly. Tl-ioch <>>loTed OrgasMl?. ?atra tase. ?beer quality, lu eile ?r! t. a-t ? a $1.75 Bleached Sheets, $1 33 With Thl? Ceapoa Oaly. SliS? R-ra-^f-th. s??trle^ Blaa-tlUt Shewt, full d-ihlebed use. I?e?ey rotrnd thread qiMlltr I?apet le?. (U Ceaaen ?S $4 00 Bed Spreads, $3.39 With Thl? (?am Oaly. Owfc?* Hed?pre?d?. full envNe-ke* ipo? ?? ^^ Bleached Cotton, 34< W Ith Thla ( on pon Oaly. ?2.;r<b Bteached Osttno, a floe, ck?*v ?oven, aoft rtnaah Qualtv. H ( oop?? 47 Unbleached Cotton, 19c with Thl? Ce-aaea Oaly. X-lt.ob Unbleached Cotte?, ? ?.?crai (.upon 8?1? tmrtain Ceaaea 48 $1.25 Silk Poplini. 9rV With Thl? (?upo? Oaly. St-toca Bilk Falla? Popbaa, an ?II wuted colnr?; ?ood rjeary wekrht. (HI cap*. 4* -I 00 Srnp? Tub Saki. 69c With Thl? ? ..up. r- Oaly. a l?c* Stripe Tub Kll??. tn? 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