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J Store Houn : 10 A. M. to ? P. M. Uet?l Fcrtber Notice I Solidity Is the outstanding feature of our great line of M S. M. Clothing. Solidity is behind the fabric of our merchandise and method. This Busy Fall We Are Selling M. S. M. Master Suits $25 to $65 M. S. M. Master Overcoats $25 to $65 There's a swing to things all over the house ?hats, furnishings and the military are man ing out records. Money's H arfh or Money Back D. J. Kaufman fiocorporated) 1005-7 Pa. Ave. 616 17th St. y _ EARLE GAMBLE IS GRANTED REPRIEVE Wl Not Be Allowed to Testify for Newman. ?-?rie Gamble, sentenced to die on October 18 for the murder of John P. Werres. the Washington Jitney Iriver. haa been granted a repri.-v, i*f seventy days by Gov. Davis, ? ? Virginia. Gamble's attorneys had been trying lince his conviction to secure a sus samseon of sentence until after th? rial of his companion. Robert Ne* nan. on October S, for the satne ?rime. Gov. Davis Is said to ha?, tranted the reprieve in order to ob -ain sufficient time to thoroughly in ra-tstlgate the mass of evidence the Mnvtcted man's attorneys will knaC Orward. tn asking that the deatn sen -an<*e be commuted to life Imprison ment or even a lighter sentence. Tha condemned man was taken to ite state prison to await his execu October 18. He will not be per to testify in the trial of Maw as the testimony of a con ned man Is not admissible in law. 'Tnlasss the governor grants the com? natation of sentence Gamble will die ha December 20. tl - Headquarter! for I GRIFFIN'S^ SHOE POLISHES 4 [ FINE DRESSINGS ) Capital Shoe Findings Co. 5 637 F STREET N. W. ? Pheae Main f) IA- J Washlaa-twa. D. C. f ? ' Optical Company. Optometrists and Opticians. For Better Vision' K\pert Repairing1. 913 G St N. W. Leather Photo Frame*.$1.00 up ?-A variety of styles and at*"?* its frames to hold one or mor? pictures. Choice of all good leathers. BECKER'S Leather Goods Co., ?v:i-m;? ? St. !*. W. -Ifs aet m? -a-cdt wa max?, bast tha aerai?-? THE ANDERSON PRINTERY itEiguiry *m\\ p ut Rank Rid?.) 1-M7 ?. Y. ?,t e . lit Floor. Rear Pheae Hale StVM. T5S* atora Tc-ar Ptra?-**n Raecaaimeccla. Trusses F?$*J mtA^9* *??*? ?iwrleoe?. Spedai trained it -**-?- Pr.Tite room?. We GIBSON C?., I.e., 917 G St. il* LOANS HORNING Watches. Jewelry StaA End W Hijfcwcj Bridge. ?????-aaaaaata** Traaurtrat Ktflu.larl, There. mO*mm*am "t lttm ??reet aaa -^??.?*"1?" ??"??'? fer anula. ***' "?^hwar Bridas. Oae ear New Hampshire Senate Aspirant for Suffrage John H. Jameson, New Hampshire Democratic candidate for the Senate, telegraphed to the National Wo man s party, yesterday, that If elec ted he will support the suffrage amendment. George H. Moses. Re publican nominee, bas not announc ed his attitude. APPEAL TO BISMARCK'S SPIRIT TO SAVE SKINS London, Oct. 10.?Reichsbote, organ of the state church party of Ger many, and mouthpiece of the Ger man Empress, is appealing for the aid of the spirit of Bismarck ln the preeent crisis. The article says: Ger man nation. go into your churches and pray to your God to be merciful. Be-ieech Him to endow your Kaiser with the power to awaken Bismarck from the dead, to galvanise the spirit of this Hercules with life, to cleanse the German Augean stable, to kill the hydra-head of discord among us, and rescue his people from faint heartedness, treason and decay!" RECENT SPANISH LOAN REVEALS WAR INTEREST London. Enp., Oct. 10.?On prac tically every foreign exchange the quotations on money are steadily ?winging allies-ward. On the London market, tbe French franc has jumped five per cent in the past month and the Italian lire has jumped twentv-four per cent. The British pound sterling has gone up everywhere. At the same time the German mark is going down. The fail since July 35 has been from three per cent to five per cent, and more, on all foreign exchanges except Switzerland. - This movement is entirely attribu table to the allies military success, and as victory draws closer banker expect further and more remark able advances in allied money. The recent Spanish loan to the United States for the purpose of lacilitattng exchange operations, in <licatee that the Spani-sh bankers are beginning to awaken to the military -ituation and its certain ultimate outcome. Bntsih Man Boat Sunk London, Oct 10.?The British mall boat Leinster, plying between Kings town and Holyhead, waa sunk in the I rtofe Sea yeeterday. The vessel was torpedoed in day time, it became known late this even ins. There were 700 persons aboard the vessel. ",ilLD GETS SICK CROSS, FEVERISH, IF CONSTIPATED "California Syrup of Figs" can't harm tender stomach or bowels. A laxative today saves a sick child tomorrow. Children simply will not take the time from play to empty j their bowels, which become clogged j up with waste, liver gets sluggish: stomach sour. Look at the tongue, mother! If ? oated. or your child Is listless, cross. (Vverlsh, breath bad, restlc.-as, doesn't stst heartily, full of cold or has sore throat or any other children's ail ment, give a teaspoonful of "Califor nia Syrup of Figs.'" then don't worry, because lt la perfectly harmless, and in a few hours all this constipation poison, sour bile and fermenting waste will gently move out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. A thorough "Inside cleansing" la om?mes all that is nec essary. It should be the flrst treat ment given in any sickness. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask your druggist for a bottle of 'California Strup of Figs." which has full dire?! ens for babies, children of all aftes aa\ for grown-ups plainly printed on th? bottle. "Look carefully -ind see th,-t it is made by the Call- ' tomi? *r-|g b\j rup Company.'*?Adv. MAJ. MURCHISCN DIES IN CAMP OF MARINES Young Officer Succumbs to Pneu monia Following Grip. Maj. B ry an Ca meron M u rch 1 son. United States Marine Corpi?, died Tueeday at Quantico, Va., of pneu monia, following an attack of in fluenza. His death came just a month and two days after promotion. He was one of the youngest majors of the Marine Corps. MaJ. Murchison was X years old. He was born December 17, U91, at Greensboro, N. C. It was on the date% that he received his commission as major that Maj. Murchison took up his duties at the Overseas Depot, Quantico, where he had come after having served with the Haitien constabulary sinoe July L 1*16. Maj. Murchiason wsS the son of Mrs. Lillian McD. Murchison, of Jackson ville, Fla. His home, at the time of his appointment as second lieutenant in the Marine Corps, November 13. 1918, was in Charleston, S. C, where hla mother resided until recently. In terment will be made in Charleston, S. c. FLEET NAMES OFFICERS. Four additional district representa i ? ve.-, have been appointed by the Kmer^ency Fleet Corporation. They are Charles T. Jeffry, of Chicago, stationed in the yards of the Dela ware River District; William P. Pitt, nf Kansas City, who will supervise industrial relations affairs in the yards of the Great Lakes region; Frank W. Broad, of Houston, Texas, in the Texas and I*ouisiana yards, and Ralph K. Heilman. of Chicago, who will supervise industrial relations affairs in the New York district. WEATHER CONDITIONS. general forecast. } Tho weather in Die la* Zt h-ntra baa been nn ; the control nt high prreure art'?, one in tbe 1 Eaat and tbe othtr w?t of the Rocky M.-io 1 Uine Between the two artas premure distribu tion la indifferent without ai\y well defined atomi [ ?????teta Numemiw local rain? bave occurred troni ; Kaltem Tetas northward into Nebraska, also in ; lor? and the lower Mfssif-sippi Valley. There ; hat? been no marked change? in temi-erature The weather eaat of th? Mia*iwi]T|i will be ?oneraliy fair during the next 48 hour?, with 1 mly slight chang?e in temperatura, LOCAI? TEMPERATURES i District of ??'trahi a, Maiyland and Virginia: Pair and ?lightly warmer Friday; Saturday prob ! ably fair; sentie w?t to south winde. OTHER TEMPERATURES. Midnight, 49; I a. m.( 47; 4 a. m., 46; 6 a. m.. ' 15; 8 a. tu.. 45; 10 a, m.. 60; 12 noon, 66; 1 ? r. m.. TO; 4 p. p?.. G2; 6. m., 72, S p. na., 60; ! 10 p. ra., 58. ingfcnl. T3; (owe?*, 44. ? Relative humiditi?8 a. m,. W; 2 p. ra., C; ' S p. m., ax. Rainfall (8 p. m. to ? ? m.?. 0. Honra ft -'?'i-liine. 11.4. Per oent of i?jesible sunshine, lot. DBPARTLKLS. Aonunnlated ?eficiency of temperaiurg ?nee Januar. 1, 1918, 8; deficiency ol temi ?era ture ainoe October 1, 19i8, 2. AoOnmulaled deficiency of precipitation since iiiiMirv 1, 191?. .76; deficiency of precipitation ??mee October I. 1918, 5.73. Tem p-ta ture same date lait year-Htghert, S3: ? ?ut, 39. OTHER TEMPERATURES. Lowest Highest prerloa? Rain yyrtardaj. taghL fall. Atlantic City . 72 48 Roslon. 84 4 Chicago. 76 St ?... Cleveland . TO 46 Hi ?ver . ? 48 tt.ti I ??troit . 74 50 1 ; il vest, m . 80 74 .... imlianapolia . 76 ? .... li ikiw ville . 74 t? 1.02 Sanaa? City. M 64 Loe Angeles . g* <?0 .... Ne* Tork . 68 3? Phoenix . 9? ? .... ?'itNlmigh . 68 41 Portland, Me. 6? ? ilt Lake Citj. 68 3* m. Louis. W 62 -an Francisco. 6? 84 .... TIDB TABLES. 'Compiled by United Statee Coast and Geodetic Survey.) Today?Low tide, ??4 a. in. and 7JO p. m , high tide, 12:07 a. m. and l?-^9 p. m. THE VOU AM) MOON. Today?Sun riaes, 7 03 a. m. ; am aets, 8:37 Moon rise?. HOT p. m ; tete. ISO ? m. Automobile lampe to be lighted at 7 if* p. m Pen Making Restricted. Bra*-i and nickel-plated pens will not be manufactured any more. Styles will be limited to thirty in eteel, four teen in silver-plated, and one only, with three widths of point?, in ruling .PU??. / REYENUE BILL DIGS UP snarl; I - Aiddit?oncil Tax on Platinum Stricken from the Bill. The tax of 10 per cent on all ar ticle? of Jewelry, aa fixed In the House revenue bill, was approved by the ?senate Finance committee today. The additional tax of 10 per cent on all Jewelry containing plat inum waa stricken out. however, and. Jewelry of thl? kind will pay only one tax. The Senate committee'? action 1? likely to revive the controversy which aro?e in the Home when member? of the Way? and Means committee charged that the plati num interest? of the country were In German hands, and that the man ufacture of platinum Jewelry waa depriving; the government of metal essential to war machinery. The Ways and Means committee prob ably will Inaiet upon having the ?peclal tax on platinum Jewelry re main In the bill. The Senate committee also adopted the House tax of 1 cent for each 10 cent? paid for per fumes, toilet waters, cosmetic?, pe troleum Jellies, hair oils, pomade?, hair dressing, hair restoratives, hair dyes, tooth and mouth waahes. dentifrice?, tooth paste?, aromatic cachou?,' toilet soap? and toilet powder?. The tax of 10 per cent on the coat of watche? and clocks was passed over. "tew M.-arnu? lelea. A new idea for a source of reve nue wa? proposed by Senator Thomaa, of Colorado, who introduced ln the Senate an amendment to the bill pro viding for the payment of a tax of 100 per cent on all campaign contribu tions ln excess of *W>0. The amend ment provide? that the campaign committees muat keep a record of all money contributed and file a return with the revenue collector within thirty days after the election. The tax would apply to elections under the Initiative and referendum or any questions whlrh may be submitted to a vote of the people. Senator Kellogg, of Minnesota, at tacked the section ln the bill which levies a tax on state and municipal bonds. Ho declared ln a speech in the Senate that ?uch a tax would be unconstitutional ?nd urged the Fi nance Committee to strike it from the bill. PURELY PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. "William F. Dennis have returned to Washington for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. I? W. Engster have opened their home in Cleveland Park for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. William S. Slater have returned to Waahlngton. Mrs. Eugenie A. Moses has an nounced the marriage of her daughter Gladys Eugenie to Mr. George F. Hall on Wednesday, Oct. 9. Miss Grrtce Graeswinkle of the Hats kin Syndicate haa returned ? New Vork. Mies Frances Blalne of the War De partment has returned to the city after a vacation spent in Burrai.?, M. Y. Robert M. Reynolds, of Havre de Grace, is visiting his paurentaa, Mr. and Mr?. Michael Reynolds, in George town. Paul ?. Sorrell. of Syracuse, N. >., Is In the city for a few days. William (Stiletta Martin, of the Pat ? ent Office, has resigned. Charles I? Carroll, of the Treasury I Department, is entertaining friends | from Stamford, Conn., his home. Eugene Stafford, of the Government Printing Office, haa received a pro motion. Walter la. Evans, of the Bureau oi War Risk Insurance, is on leave. Hon. J. J. Mansfield and daughter. Miss Margaret, have returned from Fredertcksburg, Va., where they were called by the serious illness of Lieut. Bruce Mansfield and hi? wife, who are now on the road to recovery. Mr. Morgan R. Brock, of the ap pointment section, Interior Depart ment, ia on annual leave. Mr. M. L. Fowler, of the surply? division. Interior Department, is se riously Ill Mrs. Annie Wooldrldge. of Rich mond. Va., is visiting her niece. Mrs. M. R. Brock, in Thirteenth street. Mr. Joseph J. Cotter, formerly pri vate secretary to the Secretary of the Interior, has been appointed adminis trative assistant to the secretary. PALESTINE CAPTIVES 75,000. Germans and Turks Taken Reach This Total, Allenby Report?.* London, Oct. 10.?The total of Turkish and German prisoners taken hy the British army ln Palestine has risen to 75,000. General Sir pd inund Allenby telegraphed to the War Office today. Beirut was oc rupied on October 8, the commander reported. GLOVES TAKEN IN HAND. Gloves have been restricted in size. ? olor and styl?e, by the War Indus 11 if-s Board. No Klovee of more than twelve Inches from middle fingertip to ??enter of back edge will be manufac tured after February 16, 1919, and imne made before then unless on or ti rr already in process of manufac ture. The colors are limited to black, white, tan, gray, beaver, khaki anJ chamois. WOMAN CORONER LIKES JOB MR?. ?.?.?.??? KITTO. Post mortem? have no shudder? f,,. her. Mr?. Ulllan Kltto. 'of Woodland Cal., has lircu the only woman cor oner In the Slate for the last foui years?anil she says she likes the Joli enough to be a candidate for reelec tion. Her hugbana] was coroner up to the time of his death. Then her Hither filled the unexpired term. and. aftei that, ?he waa persuaded to run for the place. DARE DEVILS ENLISTED FOR 4TH LIBERTY LOAN ?Seh rey er and His Cohorts Join in District's War Effort. Anxious to help the Fourth Liberty Loan, Dare Devil Schreyer, who of fered to dive clean across Broadway for the New York committee of the Third Liberty Loan, has placed him self and the rest of the Dare Devils, who make up the Firat World's Con gress of Dare Devils, at the disposal of the District Liberty Loan Com mittee for the purpose of a big bond rally at the American League base ball park whenever the present the atrical quarantine may be lifted or as soon as arrangements can be nego tiated between the local Commission ers and thp loan workers. It is proposed to give one big *r>g- , dal exhibition at the ba.**? i-r.ll park, which will be combined with a mon ster bond me?-ting1, and at which the admission will be the purchase of one or mor? bonds. The performers have all volunteered their services and will receive no remuneration for their work. COTTON EXPORT RULING CANCELS ALL LICENSES A new cotton export ruling cancels all applications to the War Trade Hoard for license to export raw cot ton filed prior to October 14, that cover so-called "blanket" business and do not relate tt) a specific export, ar.d substitutes the following regula tion: After October 14 the War Trade Board will not consider applications to license export raw cotton unless the application disclose* tho grade specified in terms of I'nited State?* government standards, including the staple; the existence of an actual sal?* contract made-subject to the granting of the license, or. if no contract has bi*en made, that there h,as been a froicht allotment or engagement. Shippers* export declarations of Oc tober 14 and thereafter must show the ?rade and staple cntt*?n that is beine ! shipped In terms of government ! standards. STORES ACCEPT WOMEN FOR PART EMPLOYMENT ! The difficulty In securing .MifTicient : help during tho present emeieency ! has led the woman's division of the local U. 8. Kmployment ?Service to j open a special section for recruiting store help. A survey of the city will he made to ascertain the number of women available for this kind of service. Women will be accepted for all or part employment. There is no age limit, since the war has already proved that age is not a bar to the attainment of efficiency in new trades. The man -past CO has conv into his own in ihe present national emergency. Why not also the wo man "who is over draft age" and is "physically tit?" REGISTRATION GOES ON. ? Seven Local Boards Have Now Finished Work. In spite of the nation-wide preva : lence of Influenza, the work of classi fying and examining the September L! registrants preparatory to organizing' the army of reserves for Gen. Per shing, is progressing satisfactorily. Seven local boards, including one in Iowa, one In Louisiana, two in Okla homa, two In Pennsylvania, and one In Wisconsin, have entirely completed the classification of registrants and finished the physical examination ol all who were placed in Class 1. Food Council to Meet. The Citizens' Food Council will meet tonight at the District Building. Il is one of the few meetings permitted during the influenza epidemic. Officer* will be elected. Tfie association will co-operate In every way with the Food Administration. The Government Does Not Ask ?for a donation from you when it urges the purchase of liberty bonds. The 4,/4% makes them a profitable investment for you, an easy method of saving money and a ready way of realizing cash, if you should ever need the money. Subscribe Here Today THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY 900-902 F Street. JOHN B. LARNER, 618-620 17th Street. President. BREWER FUNDS . TO BE PROBED Brirf?tfne, Palmer and Kon ta Are to Testify Tuesday. A. Mitchell Palmer snd Al?*Ttand*r Konta*. will be th? ?Irst witness??, called by the Senate Judlclsry sub committee appointed to Investigate ths purchase of the Washington Times by Arthur Brisbane, and the political activities of German-Amer ican brewers throughout the coun try, when the sub-committee rneeta. next Tueeday. The documents concerning tbe purchasing of the Times by Mr. Brisbane with money borrowed from oeruttn brewers, submitted by th? Allen Property Custodian. A, Mitchell Palmer to the sub-commit tee, contained copies of a letter written by Mr. Konta to Dr. Dern burg:. Mr. Konta has reQuested that he b? allowed to testify It-s tore the sub-curamltttt-e. The documents, requested by the sub-committee of th. Department of Justice, heve not been raMslyed by the committee. It Is understood, however, that they will be on hand ln time for the committee meeting Tuesday. Officials of ths depart ment state that the documents re quired have taken some time to col lect and arrange for submission to the investigating committee. Brlaka-ae Will Testify. It is understood that Mr. Bris bane himself will be' called at his aawn request to offer his testimony hefore the hearing of the sub-com mittee. Other witnesses likely to appear before the sub-committee are, C. W. Feigenspan, from whom Mr. Bris bane borrowed the money used in purchasing the Times, and former District Attorney Humes of Pitts burg, who conducted the Investiga tion of the political activities of certain brewers ln that city. NEWBERRY'S HELPERS REFUSE TO TESTIFY New York Inquiry Into Michigan Election Hatted. Sort Tork, Oct 10.?Th* Federal trand jury'* investigation of the dis position of campaign funda in the In terest of the candidacy of Common der Truman H. Newberry, V. S. N.. for the Republican United State* senatorial nomination tn Michigan, was temporarily halted today when the grand Jury presented three re calcitrant witnesses before Federal Ju<1,ze Cushman and asked that they be compelled to respond to question*. The three witnesses were: Allen A. Temple?on, general chairman of the Newberry committee; Frank W. Blair, ft* treasurer, end Thoma* P. Phillips, assistant publicity director. The witnesses would not define their views a* to whether answers to the grand jury'* question* would Incriminate th?*m. contenting them selves with reading from typewrit ten page* of a statement that they de clined to answer on the ground that the grand jury had no Jurisdiction to investigate a Michigan primary campaign. PETTY THEFTS PILE UP IN POLICE REPORTS A Chevrolet automobile, the property of Herman C. Beetty. of , the Willard Courts northwest was I stolen yesterday. The machine was parked In front of the War Depart ment at a quarter after nine in the morning, and wa* missing when it* 1 owner appeared at eleven o'clock. A black silk-lined overcoat. valued at $40, the property of John j Fleishman, of 122 E street south ? ast, was stolen from an automo Kile yesterday. The machine wa* !? ft standing at Foorte* nth and ? -troet? northwest with the ^vcrcoat southeast reported that someone t ntt red her home yest< rday and ?-tole two government checks total ing $27. Mamie Newman. SSO O street -outhwest. complained to th*1 police that thieves cut through her front window yesterday and looted her trunk of $50 in cash. 5-YEAR-OLD BOY CRUSHED. ' John Henderson. 5 year?, of a<-e, 1** ?Sixth street southeast, -aus seriously Injured about the head and chest last night when an automobil*? driven by ' Arthur SchofieVd. of !*??''? .-*? venth street northeast, colliilei with him on Callam street northeast. Young Henderson waa removed to the Casualty Hoapltal. I'hyslclans j there say his condition Is critical. Latest Hits! Player-Piano Roll? With Word? Smile? (Fox Trot). lav Liberty B?ll (Fox Trot).. .tase ?A'h.n Alexander Taker*. Hi. Band to Franca (Fox Trot) .KeVe nh. Frencby (One-Step). .. *?*. I Ml.? You Unit ?l Cuddle Tim? .Ma? Rosse? of Plcardy.Iimi ??ilver Thread? Arc-ru the Gold .???. Victor Rttcord? Yon re Raea Wtrtinf 1M7>??miles? (Fox Trot) and Ro?e Room (Fox Trot) . 1??!??Ju?t Baby*? Prayer ?*t Twilight ?nd On the Roavd to Hntne, Hss??t Home . 1 ?4 *t ? N? t i r.nal Km h Ino March and UirfaU Out March . ame I Best Record* by M c Cor mack D>?ar Old Pal e?f Mine. Ood Be With Our Boy? T.nlght, Little Mother of Mine, Keep the Horn? Fire? Burn Ins. r* 1 There'? a I/ni lx?ng Trail. L. <f\ C ? 5,000 Other GtHKJ Rotti sa? Recortii for Your SeW-chon ?klpsseeJ Is; fare?.! Pa*????tafe De-lie,r> i.saraalee? Van Wickle Piano Co. Sncccuor to *? F. G. SMITH PIANO CO. tttmmtgoT 1217 F Street Phon? Mail 747 A. MitcheD Palmw's Reply Rehrtei Charge A. Mitchell Palmer, Allen Prop erty Cu.todlan. repll?ed to-day to tb? chars? made by Charle? H H-trty, ? chairman of th? ad-riaory committee ..f tb? Chemical Exposition In ttew ' Tork. to the effect that the director? appointed by th? custodian to man ar? the properties of the Bayer j (?hemlcal Company are adverti?lnr their product? at price? greatly ln advance of similar preparations made by American flrm? Mr. Palmer aays that It ts bis duty to operate the properties In the most efficient mtuiner. and that the ?tock 1? to be di.po.ed of at auction to American eltlxena. WOVT.R O-aub m, **-*m ? '??ttmU'ci < a?? reel I y (????tesa. ? ??? ?. 4? te mai ?e?vl, fsBT. ?lakes' Dollar ? Dit ? t? ?v.tlJM ?.Ith -Table sfila. IM?.er. M ?nab Bre.hfa.t. ?Me a?? ma mmmie ssrtth 1.??<?*. Dtl ???rer. ?A'rlte ?r Wir? , mar R? 1,600 Off, e cri Will ?? Graduate? The graduation of th? No?-eml>er claase? of the Central Officer?' Train ing Schools at ?Tamps I^ee, Pike and : ? Jordon haa basen advanced from No vember li to October ?. At thl? time approximately 1(00 Infantry officer? ??ill be graduated. RESORTS. ATt-ANTlC CITT. W. J. Tra IrtSLL ?YMORE-Aiumrmr G IT IS YOUR DUTY TO BUY LIBERTY BONDS. High Grade?Smart Footwear -?that will delight fastidious women In this large and magnifi cent showing of Footwear there is every style that bears the stamp of fashion's approval. Rich, dainty, novelty effects vie for favor with the elegant but conservative styles. Quality Hosiery for Men?Women Children There is no shortage in Hosiery here. Our stock it? larger and more interesting than ever, ^ou can rely on the quality. FAMILY SHOE STORE m\ cunee a??, uncirpv SHOES AND HOSIERY 11 Jot. Strasburg??r Co. 310-312 Seventh St. N.W. J? ??V. a0O0OO0tM00aaBWWBWMBWSaUSB0O?3OOSK^^ ? Try the Eureka Electric Vacuum Cleaner ? V V7 vv r s\ t-? m\~h t-?!-? i In Your Home 10 Days FREE! 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