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Chocolate, Oenulne Dorchester kind. Pound!, 29c v A V ?> Q jjeen Anne Lotion For chapped skin; softens. heals, beautifies; sprinkle VJ top. Bottles. zmsv ?znpJt?&X$nxx^ # M. G. GIBBS. OwnerV TWO GOOD STQRES: Cor. 7th & K N.W. Cor. 7th & E N.W. $3 H. S. WampoSe's Cod Liver Oil Preparation, Special, 49c Nutra-Vin. the Tonic Wine; con tains wild cherry, malt and hypo phosphites: best tonic in the world & for coughs, colds and run-down s>s ,1. tem: tl.oo size. 7Oc. SICKROOM 25c Soft Rubber Ear and Ulcer Syringes 18c $3.00 Rubber Urinals. .$1.98 $2.00 Aluminized Bed Pans, very light and durable $1.19 $1.50 Aluminized Douche Pans 78c SUPPLIES. 25c Infant Rectal Syringe. 18c $1.00 Nu-Zinc Douche Pan. seamless and serviceable 49c White Enamel ''Odor less" Bed Pans $2.25 $2.00 Enamel Fountain Syringe and Irrigator, 2-quart size $1.19 25c bottles Peroxide 12c Full pints of U. S. P. Peroxide, the preat antiseptic. This coupon and 12c. Glycerine Tonic, 69c A combination of glycerine, gen tian. dandelion, phosphoric acid and good old sherry wine. Makes you feei so good; $1.00 bottle, special, 0!>c. Dolbell's Solution With every Atomizer sold during this sale we will give free a full pint of Dobell's Solution, the stand ard antiseptic nasal wash and ca tarrh remetly. Atomizers, 49c, 73c, 98c 8io?t=Water Bottles Are Necessities. But it is not n?\ essary to pay high price* for them The best makes from the best makers. No. 700 Black Rubber Water Bag. 2-quart siz<?. f>2.00 value. Special fl-lft No. 750 Maroon Water Bottle. 2-quart. guarantee.!. Worth $2.5o. Our price.. PI 4ft Very Best Wafer Bottles, chocolate color. A big bargain at ft.4ft IJon Combination Bottle and Syringe, Tyer Rubber Co.'s best fl.flft Rex Combination; reinforced seams; slate trim. ThH sale , f 1 ? 1ft No. 1175 Combination Syringe; 2 years written .guarantee. Worth a $5 note. Special #2.3ft $2.no Champion Cloth Inserted Water Bot tle: very durable ftSc $1.25 Rival Water Bottle. 2-quart 6P** Patent Medicines at Cost, 10c Bromo Seltzer 5c 50c Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur....." 34c 75c Rectonette> Pile Cones, cure guaranteed.. .5??* 2,r?c Mentholatum 12c 35c Fletcher's Castorla 21?* Horlick's Malted Milk, hospital size fS.OO 50c Phillips' Milk Magnesia 33?* 50c Parisian Sage Hair Tonic 3I?<* 50c Herpicide 34?* Herpicide Tftc $1.00 Sanotogen S5c 50c Armour's Be*>f 3T?c 35c Steero Beef Cubes 25?* 25c Oxo Beef Cubes 17c 25c Listerine ? ?"?<? 25c Olyco-Thvmoline 17?* 5oc Glyco-Tliymoline 35? $l.o0 Glyco-Thymollne tiftc $1.?M? Dn-nderine 5ft< 50c Danderine 35e 25c Danderlne 14c You should keep one in the house for emer gencies. Vou can depend on any syringe you get here, both for quality and wear. Zephyr Fountain Syringe, very heavy maroon rubber; 2-quart .fl.ftS No. 10(H) Combination Syringe and Water Bottle; (Joodyear's best 92.OS Kay Chocolate Syringe, 2 or 3 quart size. A big value. Choice ftSc Special Molded Fountain Syringe, has no seams. A special value ftSc Omega Bulb Syringe, No. 5. a winner 5ftc Omega Bulb Syringe, No. 4; Worth a dollar. Our price flfte Omega Bulb Syringe, No. 3. A high grade article ???<? Veno Bulb Syringe, red rubber 60c Goodyear Revolving Spray Syringe, safe and sanitary. Special 91.4ft Fresh Sddlitz Pawslers, Put up in a tight tin box. Regular 25c boxes. Special, 15c Lithia Tablets For uric acid, gout, rheumatism and kidney trouble; 40 tablets, 5 grains each, in a sealed bottle, 15c Syrup of This splendid tonic is indorsed by the medical profession. Kspecially good in nervous, run-down condi tions. Beneficial in throat and lung troubles. Regular $1.00 K/ft/-. bottles. Full pint Beef, Iron and Wnmte, Full Pant, 25Co Beef Peptone, Blood-making Iron and Stimulating Sherry Wine, mak ing a pleasant tasting, efficient tonic for old or young. Tender Feet. Burning, sore or callous feet find quick and lasting comfort from the use of Cadox, the Sparkling Oxy gen Foot Bath Salt. Takes the pain out of corns and bunions. Large box. 25c Cod Liver Fresh from Nor way. No superior oil is to be had on the market, and our guarantee of swe e t n c s s and purity goes with every bottle. Full pints, 25c I Toilet Articles Cut. D. & R. Cold Cream?ioc size, yc; 25c tube, 18c; 35c jar, 29c; 50c jar, 38c. Pompeian Massage Creairn. Small size 29c Medium (barber size) 48c $1.00 size 59c I 50c Xadinola Cream 39c I 50c Stillman's Cream t 35c ? 50c Viola Cream 35c I 25c Palmers Skin Success 15c ? 50c Capillaris 39c ; 35c Rubberset Toothbrushes 25c ! 35c Prophylactic Toothbrushes 25c \ 25c Peroxide Tooth Powder 15c ? 25c Sanitol Powder or Paste 13c ? 25c Euthymol Paste 13c ' 25c Professional Tooth Paste 15c Drugs?PURE DRUGS The best chemical houses in the world supply our wants. Soda Mint, for indigestion, full pint. ..15c Powdered Borax, Pacific coast, lb 6c Imported Epsom Salts, the finest, lb.. 5c Trional Powders, 1 doz. io-gr. powders.25c Aspirin Tablets, 5-gr., doz., ioc; 100 for 59c Bicarbonate Soda, i-lb. carton 8c Fluid Extract Cascara, aromatic or bitter, 4-oz. size 25c Powdered Alum, lb ioc Pure Castor Oil (the best), Glycerin, made by Colgate, i-lb. botA29c QUININE. Quinine Capsules, 2-grain, dozen, 5c; 3-grain. dozen, 7c; 5-grain. dozen, ioc. Quinine Pills, 2-grain, 100 for 18c Laxative Quinine Tablets ioc >?ap Saviinigs. j Cuticura Soap 18c \ P. D. S. Witch Ilazel Soap, a barrel ?l of lather in every cake....' 5c j 25c Sweet Melody Soap 7c \ A 4-ounce cake of sweetly perfumed ?i soap at less than cost. 1 Castile Soap. Imported White Castile Soap, a pure soap of best quality, lb 15c 25c Toilet Soap, box _.I2C 3 cakes of Finely Milled Perfumed Soap, all odors, the box 12c r The LOUVRE 1115-1117 F STREET I Women's and Misses' Outer garments and Millinery Louvre Coats Special at $16.50 Every good coat style for this season is included in our display. We particularly want to emphasize the completeness of our showing at $16.50?coats which for equal style and quality cannot be found un less you pay more. At $16.50 we show a very striking model 3-4 length coat made in the new rough boucle cloth, lined in Persian and other silks from collar to hem. Louvre Suits At $25 and $35 Authentic styles, correct fabrics, moderate prices ?that's the story of our immense suit displays. Not a single good style is missing. 1 he "hug-tight" collar, perfect-fitting shoulders and guaranteed linings are only a few of the distinctive features of ALL Louvre Suits. THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE THE SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION of broad banking policies has brought the name of this bank to the thoughtful attention of business men. To those who are contemplating a change in their banking connection a conference is cordially invited. THE COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK 14th and G Streets ^John Hall, a farmer of Fishers Hill. Va..^ was driving a. wagonload of produce to Strasburg when his wagon was struck by a Southern passenger train. lie ?was fatally injured. Rev. Decatur Edwards of Fredericks burg. Vs.. who recently accepted a call to a church in south Richmond, has re signed that charge and will return to Fredericksburg. Real Estate Transfers. NO. 1440 WISCONSIN AVENUE NORTHWEST?George B. Pitts et ux. to Etta M. Balenger, lot 363, square 1244; $10. INDOLENCE Arthur W. Machen et ux. to Henry and Marie Winkelman, lot 15, square 2700; $10. IVES STREET SOUTH E AST between 14th and 13th streets?John W. Brawn er, trustee, to William A. Boss, lots 103 to 106, square 1065; $10. TWENTY-FIFTH AND I STREETS NORTHWEST?J. Victor Golibart to George S., John J.. Edmond P. and Charles P. Leonard, lots A and B, square 28; $10. TWENTY-FIFTH STREET NORTH WEST between I and K streets?J. Victor Golibart to Margaret J. Conley, part lot 7, square 28; $10. MOUNT PLEASANT AND PLEASANT PLAINS?Elmer A. Tucker et ux. to Francis S. Deland. lot 256, block 4: $10. DOBBINS' ADDITION?Emma W. Zim merman to IJoyd G. Henry, lot 4i>, square 17: $10. EAST DEAN WOOD?John T. Robinson et ux. to William B. Harris, lot 34, block 14; $10. N STREET NORTHWEST between 1st and 3d streets?William L. Browning et ux. to Frank Foer, part lot 122, square 55.": $10. HANDLE HIGHLANDS ?Charles L. Jones to Leona B. MoGrew, lot .'!2, square 5500; $10. I>eona B. McGrew conveys same property to United States Realtv Company: $ln. MOUNT PLEASANT AND PLEASANT PLAINS?Lloyd G. Henry to John S. M. and Emma W. Zimmerman, lots 33. 34 and 35. block 5; $10. COLUMBIA HEIGHTS?Chapln Brown et al.. trustees, to Emanuel Michael son. lot 38. block 35; $7,500. ROBINSON STREET SOUTHWEST be tween L and M streets?Ralph P. Williams et ux. to Josie L. Ryan, lot 106, square 472; $10. HIGH VIEW?Harry Wardman et al. to Hartley I. Sanders, lot. 143, square 3533; $10. MOUNT PLEASANT AND PLEASANT PLAINS? Harry Wardman et al. to Homer B. and Pearl 11. Garber, lot 112. square 2H8X; $1<>. Same to Atnasa A. Ludwlg, lot 123, square. 2KKS; $10. PLEASANT PLAINS?Margaret Totten et al. to Emma J. Lloyd, part Jot 200; $10 DEANWOOD HEIGHTS?John W. Greg ory et ux. to Mollie A. Keys, lots 2! and 24, square 52<iX; $10. DEANWOOD HEIGHTS ? James 11. "Caught am the Coals of Her QSeamraiiog Hanr" ?Old Ballad ) Cleoratr sY hair was a deep copper, 1 > Mark A thouy was strangled in it, \ Caesar wasi enmeshed in it. 1 ( Kingdoms have fallen for it. V Be wise, and keep your hair While you have the chance. J Get a five-cent packet of AMBU ROL today from your druggist. Half i till a basin with hot water. This is no "teaspoon and teacup" shampoo. 1 Dip the head in, wetting the hair 1 well. Now shake the AMBl'ROL 1 powder on the hair and shampoo i i with one hand. It makes a big foam. / \ The hair comes back to its youth, / 1 stops falling out. Dandruff disap- 1 1 pears. Dull, brittle hair grows wavy i i and fluffy. AMBUROL is tonic and i shampoo combined. Spend a nickel i to prove it. ! 1 C7 A useful lw>ok. "Socrft? of Beauty," by 1 Lady AnnaU-l. in nil .Veent packets of ' AMBl'KOI.. At all druggist*. i <*>' ?? Brown et ux. to Richard M. Roberts, lot. 25, square .">278; $10. BURRVILLE?Jesse W. Rawlings et ux. to William E. Ray, lot 30, square 5214; *10. ? MOUNT PLEASANT AND PLEASANT PLAINS? Francis S. Carmodv et ux. to Edith Y. Johnson, lots 54 to 55*. block 8; $1<>. TWENTY-SECOND STREET between N and O streets?Edith Y. Johnson to Francis S. Carmody, part lot 23, square 09; $lo. WHITNEY CLOSE?Middaugh &- Shan non to Lee G. and Beatrice L. Bun nell. lot 20, block 0; *10. NO. 1639 NEW JERSEY AVENUE NORTHWEST ? Frederick Schneider to Robert A. Logan, lot 20, square east of 509; $10. CHILLl'M CASTLE H EIGHTS?Wash ington Land ar.d Mortgage Company to Harper L. Proctor, lot 65, square :5714: $250. EFFINGHAM PLACE?John A. Cole et ux. to James Toliver, lot 2, block 19: $io. ADDITION TO LE DROIT PARK-Lot tle C. Williams to Flora W. Patter son, lot 10. blork 32; $10. RANDLE HIGHLANDS ? William F. Watson et ux. to Daniel W. Scofleld, part lot 4, block 9; $1. SAULS ADDITION?Joseph B. Bowling et al., trustees, to Wallace A. and Ethel D. Whitaker, lot 5, square 2923; $10. HOLMEAD MANOR?Aaron' R. Towns hend et ux. to Richard S. Wolfe, lot ??>, block 45: $10. FOURTH STREET SOUTHEAST be tween M and N streets?Richard S. Wolfe et ux. to Arthur M. Connor, lots SK to 90. square 801; $10. DOBBINS ADDITION?William C. Al lard et al.. to Nannie C. Wolfe, lot 90, block 19: $10. INGLES1DE?Joseph M. Carmody to Francis S. Carmody, lots 88, 89, 110, 92, 98, block 4: $10. MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE NORTH EAST between 1st and 2d streets Joseph M. Carmody to Francis S. ?'armody, lot 45, square 723; $10. INGLESIDE?Francis S. Carmody et ux. to Edward J. Brown, lot R9, block 4; $10. Same to Caroline M. Cake, lot 93, block 4: $10. NO. 145s Q STREET NORTHWEST AND II STREET NORTHWEST between 12th and 13th streets?Robert M. Chambers <-t ux. to George D. Horn ing. all interest in lot 00, square 209 and lots 13, 14. 15, square 270; $200. UNIONTOWN?Catherine I>ay Howe to Harvey E. and Elizabeth S. Glad nian, part lots 106. 197. 198; $10. ADDITION TO LE DROIT PARK?Ix>t tie C. Williams et al. to Howard L. Wilkins and William S. Huge, jr., lot 9. block .'52; $10. HOLMEAD MANOR?Jennie E. Abbott et vir, William 11., to Arthur E. and Nellie Adams, lot 135, square 2829; $10. CHEVY CHASE?Fulton R. Gordon et ux. to Marie L. and Alice I. Sander son, lot 25, square 1750; $10. BAKRY FARM?M?'llie Moore et al. to John II. Moore, lot 875. square 5869; $10. WALTER STREET SOUTHEAST be tween 12th and 13th streets?Harry A. Kite et al. to William T. Butler, lot 236. square 1015: $10. WALTER STREET SOUTHEAST be tween 12th and 13th Btreets?Harry A .Kite et al. to Nathan Goodloe. lot 244, square 1015; $10. Same to Mary E. Carr, lot 255, square 1018; $10. The Same Old Eeason. From Harper's Weekly. ??I don't deny that I was guilty, judge^" said Hawkins, "but fifty dollars is a good hit of money to pay for going too fast. Ten dollars is the most I've ever paid " ??It does come high," said the justice.* "But ye see. mister, we only hev a short siaion up raound here, and we gotta get ours while we kin." F Ejection Day Vote Falls Short of Expectations. CARLIN IS EASY VICTOR Proposed Amendments to the State Constitution Also Carry. \ Special Correspondence of The Star. ALEXANDRIA, Va.. November 6. 1912. The vote cast in the election here yes terday fell 2."iO short of what was ex pected, not more than 1,250 out of 1.80(1 registered votes being polled. Wilson car ried every ward in the city and the re publican vot i was split by Roosevelt. Ir the city Roosevelt was on|y 28 votes be huid President Taft, and Roosevelt rar ahead of President Taft in Alexandria county. Representative C. C. Carlin proved an easy winner over Frank T. Evans, pro gressive. Carlin carried practically every precinct in the eighth district. Evans made his best showing In Washington district, Alexandria county, ge'tlng <>S to J'arlin's 82 votes. Incomplete returns from the eighth district show that Carlin was elected by a big majority over Evans. Amendments Carry. The amendment to the constitution tc allow commissioners of revenue and city treasurers of cities to succeed themselves were carried in both city and county, as was also the amendment permitting cities to have a commission form of govern ment if they desire it. In the city the total vote follows: Wil son. 949; Taft, 132; Roosevelt, 104; Debs, 8; Chafin, 2. For Congress?Carlin, democrat. 1,064; Evans, progressive, 86; Milton Fling, so cialist, 17. For amendment to constitution permit ting commissioners of revenue and city treasurers to succeed themselves, the to tal vote was 1,1H0 for and 64 against; for amendment to permit cities desiring com mission form of government to have same, 1,103 for and 102 against. City Vote by Wards. The vote by wards in the city follows: First?Wilson, 237; Taft, 37; Roosevelt, 24; Debs, 2; Chafin, 1; Carlin, 251; Evans, 23: Fling, 5; for section 119-120, 288; against, 7. Second ward?Wilson, 235; Taft, 20; Roosevelt. 15; Debs. 3; Chafin. 0; Car lin. 306; Evans, 15; Fling, 0; for section 119-120, 301; against, 11; for section 117, 29.1; against, 23. Third ward?Wilson. 233; Taft, 48; Roosevelt, 29: Debs, 3; Chafin, 1; Car lin. 252; Evans, 25; Fling, 8; for section 119-120. 307; against, 9; for section il7, 277; against, 25. Fourth ward ? Wilson, 224: Taft, 27; Roosevelt, 36: Debs, 3; Chafin, O; Carlin. 255; Evans. 23; Fling, 4; for section 119 12f>, 264; against, 27; for section 117, 281; against, 9. Results in County. The total vote cast in Alexandria county follows: Wilson, 346; Taft, 86; Roosevelt, 153; Debs, 8; Chafin, 2; Car lin, 441; Evans, 12T?; Fling, 15; for section 119-120, 445; against, 70; for section 117, 432; against. 72. Vote by districts in county were: Ar lington?Wilson. 84; Taft, 43; Roosevelt, 62; Debs. 6; Chafin, 2; C^trlln, 265; Ev ans, 47; Fling, 7; for section 119-120, 238; against, 43; for section 117, 222; against, 44. Washington district?Wilson, 92; Taft, 23; Roosevelt. <50; Debs, 1; Chafin, 0; Carlin, 82: Evans, 68; Fling, 3; for sec tion 119-120. 113; against, 25; for section 117, 12; against, 25. JefTerson district?Wilson, 70; Taft, 20; Roosevelt, 31: Debs, 1; Chafin, 0; Carlin, 94; Evans, 10; Fling, 5; for section 119 120, 94; against, 2; for section, 117, 89; against, 3. Condition of Rixey. The physical condition of C. Jones Rixey, former head of the defunct Vir ginia Safe Deposit and Trust Corporation, now a patient in the Western State Hos pital for the Insane, Staunton, Va., is Im proving, while his mental condition Is said to be but slightly better. This is the text of a letter received today from Dr. J. S. De Jarnette, superintendent of the asylum, by N. S. Greenaway, clerk of the corporation court, in response to a re quest as to his condition made by Judge C. L. C. Rarley of the court. This request was made on the asylum authorities in order to ascertain just when Rixey will be able to appear in court and stand trial on the Indictments pending against him in connection with the collapse of the concern. According to the letter received Rixey does carpenter's work about the place daily, but he is not able to think rapidly. There are a number of Indictments pending against Rixey in connection with the collapse of the concern. Until his mental condition improves he will still be kept a patient at the asylum. Eager for Postmastership. Candidates for the postmastership of this city are numerous. There are, indeed, few Alexandrians who are not -willing to serve Uncle Sam. Hourly the candidates increase. That there will be considerable wire pulling for this plum there is but little doubt. All of the candidates are making claims of success. Another job many are also seeking is that of collector of port for this city. Alex andrians are also looking up other federal jobs, and there will be a merry chase among the officeholders for the patron age In this section. One of the big jobs for this section is that of collector of Internal revenue for this district. It Is understood that several from this city already are looking after the office, and are building their fences accordingly. Girl Is Shot by Boy. Evie Porter, colored, ten years old, this morning dared Albert Stewart, col ored, seventeen years old, to shoot her. The boy was at Jefferson and Columbus streets at the time, on his way to the creek on a gunning expedition. The lad decided not to take the dare, and pulled away and fired at the girl. A load of birdshot entered her body her breast, hands, face and arms being literally peppered.. The girl was placed in an ambulance by Sergt. Wilkson and taken to the hospital, where shfe is being treated by Dr. Powell. Her in juries are not serious. Following the shooting Stewart ran awav. The police expect to arrest him tonight. In the circuit court this morning the hearing of the suit of Alice McMenamln and husband against the Southern Railway Company, Judge J. B T Thornton presiding, was begun. The object of the suit is to recover damages in the sum of $7,500 for in juries alleged to have been received by plaintiffs at southeast corner of Duke and West streets by smoke and soot from engines and roundhouse of de fendant company. This is the third trial of the case In June. 1910, a jury gave the plain tiff damages in the sum of $2,250 and at the July term of court this' year no verdict was reached. Judge J. K M Norton represents plaintiff, and de fendant company is represented by Col F. L. Smith and R. R. Tunstall, the latter of Norfolk. e Bar Association Meets. The fall meeting of the Bar Associa tion of the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit was held today at the Alexandria county courthouse. Considerable busi ness was disposed of. Afterward the n.embers were entertained with a buffet luncheon at the home of Charles I Simms. The meeting of the association I was presided over by Judge C. E. Nicol R. E. Lee Camp, Confederate Veterans Hecht & Company Hecht <& Company t.<. PLENTY OF COATS Tlhe Most Popular QarmeBit off the Season Light weight, medium weight, heavyweight. Hundreds of them ready for your choosing. Here are four of the styles?accurate pen pictures by our artist. Aren't they stylish? Come and see them. 1 2 9 This Coat, As Illustrated. A smart model of black kersey, fashionably made and nicely tailored inside and out. A smart coat at an extraordinarily low price. Made with semi fitted backs; round or convertible collars. All sizes. This Coat, ?14 j As Illustrated. Another small model of plaid back and plaid face cloths; some have edges bound with silk braid, others finished with heavy stitching; nobby turn back cuffs and large col lars; three-quarter and full-length models. Sizes for women and misses. This Coat, 19o50 As Illustrated. Coats of luxurious bou cle cloth, smart, fancy mixtures, zibellnes and chinchillas; some have velvet collars and cuffs; convertible collars of self cloth; all have large, roomy pockets; fasten high to neck. Sizes for women and misses. This Coat, J$24o50 As Illustrated. Exclusive three-qunrter and full length models, for largv and small wom en and misses; materials are Shetland wool cloth, chinchillas, t'ancy mix tures and plain black broadcloth; c o n v e rtible collars, large patch pock ets: some with plaid lined hacks, others with satin. $L25 to $2 Dress Goods, Yd, Including Priestley's, Arlington Mills and Sterling Mills SuiUngs, wool taffetas, all-wool poplins, 54 inch serges, whipcords and Pan amas; diagonal suitings, satin-faced prunellas, Scotch plaids, broad cloths, ottoman basket weaves; all colors, including full range of fan- J cies and black. ?First Floor. $L49 40-inch Ail-Silk Poplins, Yd., A beautiful lustrous quality, ideal for one-piece dresses and dressy waists; also Included are hundreds of yards of soft messalines; full range of colors and black. Any other time you'd pay $1.40 for this quality. ?First Floor. Cambric L/ike This, 12%c. Corset Cover, 12&C Good quality cambric, perfect fitting and nicely finished; has lace trimmed neck and arm holes and draw string; really worth 25c each, tomorrow, 12%c each. I^imit two to each custo mer. ?Third Floor. Chioaainid Jap Mattings, $12 & $14 40-yd. Rofiis, Per Roll, $7.9, Is a new importation, and every yard is guar anteed fresh and perfect. Choice of 180-warp Jap and Extra Heavy China Mattings; carpet designs in red, blue, tan and green; various patterns. ?Fourth Floor. 89c Flannelette Dressing Sacqnie !9c It is made of good, soft quality flannelette; warm and comfortable; Persian designs; collar ana cuffs are piped with sateen to match. A value you can't duplicate outside this store. $27.50 Axminster Rugs, 9x12 . . Extra high pile, pure wool, and the patterns are excellent examples of rich Persian and medallion designs, suitable for any room in the house. ?Fourth floor. !$J9.7. Women's 35c Ribbed Vests and Pants, soft fleeced quality; white and ecru 24c A Most Convenient Thing?An Account at Wosn'i 2 elanp Glace Kid G l ov e n. except i o n a 1 quality; off e r e d in black, white and tan. Usu ally sell for 91 00. 79c today received an invitation from the Southern Relief Society of Washington to attend a reception which will be ten dered the women of the United Daugh ters of the Confederacy at the Congres sional Library from 8 until 10 o'clock Monday night. It is expected that a number of members of the local camp will attend. The following have been appointed members of the memorial committee of Alexandria Lodge of Elks to arrange for the annual memorial services of that lodge, which will be held Decem ber 1: Harry Flelschmann, chairman; Charles C. Carlin, Howard W. Smith, Charles B. Marshall, Herman Fried lander, Thomas N. Dunbar, James W. Bales and George T. Caton. These delegates have been chosen by the Seventeenth Virginia Regiment Chapter, United Daughters of the Con federacy. to the convention to be held in Washington next week: Mrs. L. Wil bur Reid. Mrs. William A. Smoot, Mrs. George L Simpson, Mrs. William D. Ogden and Mrs. C. W. Howell. Miss llattie Douglas will act as page. Vote to Be Canvassed. The vote cast In yesterday's election j will be canvassed by the election commis sioners at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning in the. corporation court. The commls sioners are as follows: Oscar Phillips, first ward; R. M. Latham, second ward; B. F. Fenn, third ward; C- R. Davis, fourth ward. Cases disposed of today in the police court follow: Lena Payne, Clarence Ford, Robert Ford, Robert Lee, all colored, dis orderly conduct, forfeited $5 collateral each; Julia Hawkins, colored, disorderly conduct, forfeited $5 collateral. A progressive euchre and entertainment will be given tonight at the Toung Men's Sodality Lyceum Hall under the auspices of that organization. An oyster supper will be given from 5 until 10 o'clock this evening at Lee Camp Hall under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Immanuel Lutheran Church. MISS IDA M. DALY DEAD Prominent as Educator and Graduate in Law?Private Funeral Friday. Miss Ida M. Daly, head of the depart ment of English of the McKinley Manual Training School, died yesterday afternoon at Garfield Hospital of appendicitis. She was taken ill last Wednesday. Private funeral services will be held Friday at g>aka & (Enmpang Pennsylvania Avenue. Seventh Street. Win?or lose? Whether you are waving the flag of suc cess or nursing grouch of defeat?pay your election wagers through us. If you lost?your victor will be glad of an order on us for a Hat. If you won, the vanquished will be perfectly willing to make it a Saks Hat. Then you'll both be satisfied?the winner with his Hat?the loser with what it cost him. Karltons?$3.00 Velours?$5.00 Silk Hats?$5 and $6 her late residence, 3158 18th street north west. Miss Daly was to have been admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States today. She had been prominent In the affairs of the District public schools for years, and was given credit for being largely responsible for the successful outcome of the Mabel Dean test case in the District Supreme Court, through which teachers In the public schools recently obtained back pay. Teacher Since 1883. Miss Daly was the author of a spelling book which is used in the high schools. She was a teacher In the Eastern High School before being transferred to the McKinley. Miss Daly in 18W first be came connected with the public school system of this city, being appointed a teacher of the second grade at the Mont gomery School. She became a teacher at Eastern High School in 1802. Her ap pointment as teacher of history ami1 English in the McKinley School was ef fective in October. 100,1. Her mother, Mrs. Alice V. T?aly, with whom she resided, and a brother, Cor nelius Daly, vice president of the W. P. Andrews Paper Company, survive her. The pupils of McKinley Manual Train ing School will be excused from their studies Friday out of respect for the memory of Miss Daly. ri f Tobacco and Liberty. From fhp I?n<lfn Chronicle. England, like Roumania. may be aaM to owe its liberty, in part, to the smoking habit, for tobacco defrayed nearly all the expenses of the revolution of 1688. The states of Holland advanced William ot Orange ?600,000 for his expedition to England in return for an appropriation of the duty on all the tobacco imported into this country in 1689. That year the tobacco imports amounted to 11,001X000 pounds, which paid duty at the rate of Is per pound, and 5 per cent poundage In ad dition. So the Dutch 'realised a hand some profit on the transaction.