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A SPECIAL ONYX STOCKING
Black HUH llale. with double garter tops and relnfon-ed
heels and toes 3 pairs, $1.00
BKST '1*11 RE A DcSI LK BOOT. .
In all the new i-olom and bla<?li... W)c pair
Annual
, $216 F Strict
I'o select a pleading Suit at $35.00 i> an e
rictv <?t xtyle>, materials and colors prepared
Already the event has proved most,
popular and you should not fail to
t,?Ue advantage of it In the two re
maining 'lays if you have a suit to
purchase.
Tin- Material^ Shown Include ?
French Broadclotl Imported Velvet
Wool Bengallne Wool Poplin
Striped Kponge Wool Diagonal
Khiic> Kponge Bedford Cord
Mistral Kponge Imported Cheviots
I lie Colors Shown Include?
ar?y
for
r
matter at tliis time, in view <?! the splendid \a
this annual event!
Shadow Laces
Hague Blue
< 'operi'iH ?r II Blue
Navv Blue
Bla?:k
1 p?
Plum
Win"
Wistai'in
MAhoga n>
Brow n
In Extensive Variety, for \\ aists and
Kvening I3resses. .
.Ml widths from .1-inrh to 45-inch flounces. white
and ecru. Including' demi-flouncings. 18 to 27 inches
wide, so greatly used for tiered and "minaret" skirts.
:t to 5 inch Ivigings 15c to 65c yard
H to 27 lucli Deirtt-flouncings... rtl-00 to 1X60
45-lnch Flouncing;? $1.25 to $??'?&
.. r.o<
. . . 7,r?c
? f 1.25
. 7."m
Yard
Yard
Yard
Yh ril
Ya r,l
New Style features Include?
I'Atrcnif t*utaway!? Blouse .Ta?-kets
Poiret Adaptations Hounded .Tackets
Zouave Cutaways. Collarless Models
The Suit pictured
model of eponge. in black, bordeaux,
navy, new blue and mahogany.
Smart cutaway front, with tailor
stitching simulating pockets; glrdle
rop skirt. One of thirty models, at
$:!5.l>0. ' -
Misses' & Small Women's Suits
T?ecidedlv good looking and good value .Suite,, in
biouae and Ited-back models.
Special!
Double-w idth ' *ottou Net. ...
?i *1.00 Double-width Cotton Net .
\ Perfect t'otton Not....
Plain and Cr^pr t'hiffon; all shade*
ClilfTon Cloth; ail shades
KI R TRIMMINGS ?
one-naif to - inch widths; great variety?.">0<
yard. ? ?
NKW VKST BF.I.TS?with pockets?in colored ;
suede, blue, green, tan and purple.:..; |1.00
to
cutaway
? 'heviot Kponce
Diagonal Cheviots
?Juaranteed Sers?s
Wool Poplins
Boucles
Navy
Hague Blu*
Mahogany, Wine
Black
1 'auey Vests
l<tyiicy Collars
I 'raped Skirts
Button Trimmings
Fancy Styles
Sample Neckwear!
A small lot; just enough for Friday and Satur
day! The new novelties, fresh and pretty; not much
more than half price! -*
50c Neckwear at 29c.
Fancy Collars. In chiffon, net and embroiders?
Collar and Cuff Sets. Medici Collars, Jabots?Stock sr
and Jabots, Windsor Ties?-2i?c. f .
25c Neckwear. 18c.
Fichus, chemisettes. Embroidered and Xet Col
lars. Jabots. Stocks and Jabots. Silk Ties and Bow's?
at ISc each. ? ?
$19.50 $22.50 $25.00 $27.50
Included ar. VVOOL/TEX SUITS, guaranteed for
two seasons' satisfactory wear Siz?s 14, 16 and IS
vearr.
Wooitex cwJf?SK.*"d Coats
Plain and fancy, and in all shades.
Todu\ tli<- demand for these materials is enormous
and we "a^e meeting it with great success, for par
tlcularl\ In these materials Is the WOOLTKX Gl AK
A NT 15 K for two seasons' satisfactory wear most
valuable.
VV'n, kltfv '/ ihrlinr ( oats fashionable b e 1 t e d
wooitex /-incline ^oats, back corduroy rol.
lar. one-half lined; navy, black, gray and mixtures.
fUpccial value at |20.00.
Wooitex Zibeline Coats,
shield collar, velvet trimmed; navy, blark. gray
and brown, at 525.00.
Wooitex Zibeline Coats,
Wooitex Chinchilla Coats w,ith ini,??hr
collar or stitch
ed flat collar of corduroy; in gray. navy, black and
brown?i.
Wooitex Chinchilla Coats with piuah throw
tie; same range
of colors?at 123.00.
Wooitex Chinchilla Coats, ln n. f..y cu*
. chinchilla, at
$27.50; plaid back chinchilla, w-ith storm collar, at
<27.50; fancy cut chinchilla in velvet-trimmed model.
with kimono sleeves, at 139.90. . .
Wooitex Black Broadcloth Coats?
Guaranteed for two seasons' satisfactory wear.
Full length, plain tailored eoct; one-half lined?
if t $18 50.
Full length, fancy i^llar coat; one-half lined?
$22.50. ;u ?
Centemeri Gloves
Require extra time and added expense in making,
resulting in gloves that are as near perfect as pos
sible. They are sold in Washington only at our
store. * . .
VERY GREATLY IN DEMAND IS THE 8-BUTTON
LENGTH, black and white, in Centemefl finest
French kid?12.80 pair. < \
CENTEMERI WASHABLE GLOVES are a grekt
economy. Look perfect after washing,
2-olasp, white ; 12 00 pair " "
12-button white $3.50 pair
16-button. white .. $i,00 pair
Crepe de Chine Blouses, $5.90
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Including the
EVANGELINE BLOUSE, with
vanity neckband of black vel
vet. This waist is made with
French yoke and drop shoul
der. finished with wide ruf
fle and picot edge that sug
gests the Medici collar?tichu
ffont?colors'are navy, black
and white?$5.90.
Blouses in Chiffon. $5.90.
Twenty styles in all shades
?also a variety of lace waists.
Special value at
The Boy Scout Waist?
a Smart Misses" model in tan
silk crepe de chine, is de
cidedly new at $10.50.
New Waists in Voile
Yokes with drop shoulders, emb-oidered
vests, net frills, Ioiik bishop sleeves.
over embroidered voiles.
$2.50 and $3.00.
Silk Petticoats. $2.95 and $.V95'-.
New stvles in messaline silks. Ln 20, different
colorings; " with and without silk underflounces?
skirts of unusual value.
Klostit Petticoats.
Tricot silk jersey, with messaline flounces.
Tricot silk jersey, with jersey flounces.
Peau de cygne and messaline silks, in straight ef
fects and fancv ruffles?THE PETTICOATS THAT
FIT WITHOUT ALTERATION?$5.00.
Silk Underwear.
BLOOMERS, in wash silk. $2.25?Silk Jersey,
$3.00?Crepe de Chine, $3.75.
GOWNS. PETTICOATS AND COMBINATIONS in
whi'e and colored crepe de chine.
voile
plain and ail
Specially priced at $2.00,
Final Close-out?$12.50
Sport Coats Were Up to $20.00.
Balance of Sport Coats, regularly' up to $20.00
each, including the popular wool plushes and chin
chillas. in the favorite reds, greens, rose color, navy,
r"?ay. mahogany and Copenhagen blue. Misses', 14,
16 and 18 year sizes, and. < la?il?4V Xv> bust,
ut-i.iy ?-oais. Friday close-out, $12.50.
<fo<i
1,000 Pairs Ladies' $4 Button Boots
For Friday Only
at Both Stores,
$2J5
Not an offering of undesirable, passe fashions and
broken-size lines, but the most wanted styles of today
?the effects worn by the best dressed women in New
\ ork city?which haven't been out of the workmen's
| hands scarcely a fortnight.
I welve handsome lasts, embracing every
size and width ? all made to our special
order.
Made of finest grade Sterling Patent
Coltskin and genuine Gun Metal Calfskin,
in a selection of either dull mat calf or black
cloth tops.
Our Own $5 Tan Calf Boots, $3.00
Another unusual opportunity?and for Friday only!
480 pairs of Women's 18-button Tan Calf Boots?all made by the
Goodyear welt process?in every size and every width?will be offered
tomorrow at both stores at $3.00. These are our regular $>.00 grade,
and in a variety of models large en >ugh for the most fastidious chooser.
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crberich's
Washington's Largest and Most Progressive Shoe House?Established 1868.
Main Store, 1116 to 1122 7th St.?Branch Store, 813 Pa. Ave.
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Give the Postmen & Holiday!
1<? the K<lltor of Ttat- Star:
'? jee by your paper thai the Postuiastcr
Cenerul l? willing to let the latter carriers
hive a full holiday on Thanksgiving pro
vided the citizen* are willing to do urith
j out mail on that day. I and my family
ar? glad to extend *o small a favor to our
faithful and prompt pontman and hope
that they may all enjoy -a full holiday,
which they m*iclt by their faithful dis
charge of their duly.
ii.VRY T. JACKSON.
Representative Alexander oi Miaso.-rl
has been excused from attendance in
j the House of Representatives for a pe
riod of one month, in order to allow him
to act as a deb gate appointed by the
President u? the international conference
on sea safety, to. be heid in London. No
vember 12.
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State Highway Commissioner
to TaIR of GoodRoads.
WANTS LARGE VOTE CAST
Chairman Ellyson Urges Democrats
to Go to the Polls Next
Tuesday.
ial ' 'orrf !>y>f>ud<'no<> of The Star.
ALEXANDRIA. Va., October ;10. 1913.
'? oil 11 Wilson, state highway
commissioner, will tonight deliver an
address on good roads before a meet
ing of citizens of Mount Vernon dis
trict, Fairfax county. ?r rotter's
school house, that county. The meet
ug. ill be in th<-? interest of the bond
Issue in thf1 Mum of $90,000* for that
district which will l>o voted on in the
election which will be held neit Tues
day.
City Councilman A. I>. Brockctt and
others will also speak.
Following the meeting Mr. Wilson
and a number of others will be enter
tained by A. T?. Brockett at his home,
318 North \\ashington street.
V meeting iii the interest of the bond
issue and good roads was held at the
sclioolhouse at Franconia. Fairfax
county, last night, when addresses were
made by A. D. Brockett and J. Y. Wil- j
nams, members of the city council;)
I'Ainard s. Leadbeater, Walter C. Fos
ter and Supt. Whittaker of the Occo
quan workhouse. The speakers were
inti oduccd by George K. Pickett, who
presided at the meeting.
Plans for Getting Out Vote.
The city democratic committee met last
night at the Hotel Rammel and discuss
ed plans for getting out the vote next
Tuesday. An adjournment was taken
until Saturday night. when final plans
for the election will ,be completed.
A letter from J. Taylor. Ellyson. state
t huirman of the democratic party, was
rf-ad by ?'ity Chairman Bendheim, in
winch lie urged getting out as large a
\ote as possible.
The city electoral board will shortlv be
'ailed on to rill the places of one judge
and two registrars of election wiio have
resigned. Oscar Phillips is the judge re
signed. while the registrars are John G.
Graham and William Moore. The pav
is 12 a day. * ?
Attempts to Rob Oarage.
A robber early last night entered the
garage of Myers Brother*, 115 North
I itt street, and when discovered by R.
?- M.ver.s had piled up a number of
brasses and other articles of value with
vUtieh he was about to get away with.
.\f pi esynce .^auked him to beat
a hasty j-etrfcat - ' .
I" uneral services for John H Miktoad
whi?_dlcd in Washington yesterday, wili
be lrt>ld at - -"o'clock tomorrow after
noon at the residence of his son-in
t ? . kdward Shinn. 205 South Royal
?Jfe i? o r w11' conducted by
Re\. I. P Phillips, rector of Christ
Episcopal Church.
Alexander Johnson of- Vineland. N J
will tonight at S o'clock deliver an il-'
lustrated lecture at the Young Peoples
building, uuder the auspices of the local
- wr . Anti-Tuberculosis Society.
rlie following are delegates from the
l<th Virginia Regiment Chapter. United
Daughters of the Confederacy, to the
Grand Chapter, which will convene in
New Orleans: Mrs. George L. Simpson,
Mrs. W. Ogden and Mrs. Best.
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Discussion Ranges From
Eleotrical. Securities to
i , Railroad Bonds.
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CHICAGO, October* i50.?Discussion of
investments ranged from electrical securi
ties to railroad bonds at the closing busi
ness session of the Investment Bankers'
Association of America today.
Delos A. Chappell of Los Angeles ad
dressed the convention on the "Financing
;anu Development of Hydro-Electric Pow
er." The enormous amount of power con
sumed m California for irrigation and
agricultural purposes had been resporysj
i hie, he said, for many reckless promo
, tiona, calling for the Introduction of some
linancing methods to stamp them out.'
Bonds on. new or construction proper
ties should be issued only as the work
progressed, is the opinion of Mr. Chap
pell. upon a percentage basis of money
expended, as certified to by the con
struction engineer. Receiverships and
reorganizations then would disappear, he
predicted, and the securities of public
service corporations then would be ele
vated strictly to a plane where they
| rightfully belong.
'. T,he accumulation in the hands of a few
individuals of the enormous timber re
[sources in the ITnlted States was respon
jalble for the comparatively small amount
jot timber land bonds outstanding in the
hands of investors, according to Clark L.
I Poole of Chicago. There were less than
|on> hundred and fifty million dollars
worth of these bonds outstanding, he said,
jalthough the value of standing timber, to
gether with plant and equipment of the
lumber industry, reached the enormous
total of $10,000,000,000.
Timber a Security Basis.
Official government investigators had
showed, he said, that three persons
owned nearly 11 per cent of the privately
owned timber in the entire country, and
125 own more than 42 per cent. The gov
j ernment estimates that at the present
j rat.> of consumption our native timber
; supply would be exhausted in fifty or sev
| enty-five years, he said, and would in
j the future have a marked effect on the
standing timber. He declared that the
price tendency could not he otherwise
than upward, therefore giving an un
usual element of strength to any security
whose basis was standing timber.
Other speakers were John K. Oldham of
Boston, discussing "Public Utilitv Bonds "
and Samuel Insull of Chicago, talking on
"Electrical Securities."
The convention will be brought to a
elose tonight with a banquet. James J.
Hill and Frank A. Vanderlip are listed
among the speakers.
OLDROYD WALKS 250 MILES.
Collector of Lincoln Belies Hiket
From Capital to Newark, N. J.
Uiborn 11. Oldroyd. nationally known,
as a collector and owner of relics of
Abraham Lincoln, has arrived at New
ark. N. J., after walking from his home
here on loth street. Mr. Oldroyd resides
with Mrs. Oldroyd in the house in which
Lincoln died, opposite Ford's Theater,
where the war President was assassi
nated.
Mr. Oldroyd was seventy-one years old
July .11. He started on his long walk
October !!?, and reached Newark, 250
miles away, yesterday. Mrs. Oldroyd
said today that he will return to Wash
ington by train next Tuesday. He
made the trip for pleasure, and to see
tor the first time the Gutzon Borglum
slatue of Lincoln at Newark. He has
often walked to and from Baltimore and
tramped the British Isles in laOB, making
i,20U miles on foot.
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io% Discount on Accoimts Closedjn 30 D^v
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vans!
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409 to 417 Seventh St N.W Phone
Its presence is an assurance of a perfectly .^team-tight cookcv. Kvery
compartment of the "Thermatic" Fireless Cooker bear* one of these wonderful
automatic steam valves. It can be entirely removed, to provide a dry heat for
baking. It cannot collect odors, as it is easily carried to the sink Cor a thor
ough cleansing. - ?
Our store-service includes the practical advice and co-operatioif tjf ^l/V'rniaiietit'Vxperi- ?,
enced demonstrator. She presides oyer this department every day. 4ei^"^i"^es vaifyi^. forms
of cooking to any one interested, and -is always anxious to advise andraVMsfc* custonwrs iu ??J.r~.
ting the maximum satisfaction in the use of their cookers. ...
Come in and see our "Thermatic" Fireless Cookers at work. Learn the many vital features
in which "Thermatic" Cookers are superior, and why they are the" most durable and efficient
cookers made.
"Thermatic" Firelegs Cookers, $110.75 Up
Everite" Fireless (tdoKje^s, $6.7$ tlpi!
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Dresser? ?
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. This Solid Oak ]5res$3w\
lieavv VrefTcli plat?* hhiI is ill c oloiiittl shape
^rcxiirT- -rvTl flrii??lr?-<1
ished. ? ,
j $41.00
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Solid Quartered Oak KutTaU" like the.<
illustration to the left. ft lias two
small drawers, 011* ot which la olush"*
lined for- silver," and one."- hirge lineri -
drawer and two cupboards. It ha?
larg.? French plate mirror, and Is highly
polished. ' ,
Omflng' Chairs
This Solid Oak Slip Seat
*- Chain
The Dining Chair in the Illustration'to the
right ia of boX'Sfal construction, with well
braced l^trs, and Is very substantial. It has
an imitation leather slip seat, quartered oak
panel in the back, and is well polished!
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tlje. illustration to.ili?.ri*kt. ia.hard
baked., *K1fe en43fcwE* \<t 'very
heavy. It lias confrtivous' p*?*<ts. rtvc
(Wlers. hi both head nnd-.Itwkt. ami .Ik ^
fyll sixc.r. . '> / r. t
? -This Boston Leather?
iiWmmnrnr t
DSelinig TabSes
This Quartered Oak *
"Bastings'1 Table, :
l $22.00 ?
. The "Hastings" table shown in the
illustration to the left is u beautiful
<ycunmle of quartered oak. %It has
p 42-inch round top and extends to
i feet. It has the "Tvden" leaf lock
and other features for ease of op
eration. It has claw feet and Jsj.
highly polished.
hrt vv cone jsprinjgjJ and a wardrobe biix under jJxa scat for bedding..
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The JVew ELLitt
Halloween
Will be elaborately ceie? *\>
brated in the Cafe tomor=
row night.
Special decorations, special
features on the Menus, special
Music. Attractive souvenirs
will be distributed and the
spirit of the night will be ob
served with true Ebbitt unique
ness.
Rotarian Club Headquarter-.
Go F. Scfimtt.............
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SI ,01X1A DAY INCOME
Widow and Seven Children
Benefit by Terms of
Brewer's Will.
ST. I?OI"TS, October 33.?Each of the
heirs of the estate of Adolphus Busch,
who, according to the will filed here late
yesterday, ar? to have shares of the
trust into which the estate Is to be
formed, will have an annual income of
?;TE>,000 a share, or more than $1,<?X> a
- ' . -,J
The son, August A. Bu?ch, who sue?
ceeds his father in the "management of
the vast properties, is to bave two shares
of the trust and his income consequently
will be |7&0,000 a year, minus the prQr
vision he is required to make for his
invalid brother Carl.
Estate's Income $3,000,000.
These figures were made known today
by a high offtuer of. the Busch corpora
tions. According to this officer, the income
of the estate is estimated at $3,000,000,
which is a six per cent return on a
valuation of $50,000,000. The heirs are
the widow and the seven children.
The fact that a codicil was attached
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a little more than a j ear ago exempting
Lieut. Edward Senarer. the husband of
Witlielmine Busch. from a fourth interest
in his wife's share of the estate should
she die before him was explained today
by a member of the family.
The codicil was added, it was stated,
not because Adolphus Busch resented
the marriage of his daughter to the
German lieutenant, but because the
laws of Germany provide that a hus
band and wife shall share equally in
any estate either shall Inherit, and that
the original provision giving Scharer a
fourth interest should he survive his
wife, would be invalid in Germany.
Charitable Bequests Made.
The three cxecutors?Mrs. Lilly
Busrh. Edward A. Faust and Charles
Nagel?will have full power to make
the $210,000 In charitable bequests and :
the personal bequests amounting to'
820.COO: ur.d to provide an income for j
?;h;- widow not exceeding $50,000 a
year.
After these deductions are made the
thjr.ee trustees, Mrs. Busch, August A.
Busch and Charles Nagel. will admin
ister the trust estate, .subject, hpwp.Y&c*i.
to certain provisions that make August
A. Busch supreme, in. tile management
of the brewery, ftmManufacturers'rail
way, the American Bottle Companyan"S>
the Buscb-Sulsser. Brothers' Diessel EJn-'
glne Company. , ?
Lectures on New Thought, "t
M. R. Edgerton, president of the - j.
tional New Thought Alliance, delivered !
an address before tln? Washington New j
Thought Center at a meeting held la?t
night in the Washington Loan and Trust!1
Company byilding. The meeting was pre-ij
sided ever by Miss Emma-Grey. ji*
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qmmente xtmLdkUUttis&zY.v. tattttrr.Jii
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he reason-jscl many
^mop 'n ^
time'
they comCuowntown is because thev
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always find something new on dis
play whether- it be Suit, Gown;
Dress, Waist or Millinery:
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Just Received ? Handsome Gowns for
Afternoon Teas or Bridge Parties.
These gowns are in the very newest models, appro
priate for wear at afternoon teas or bridge parties. M ade
of chitton velvet and combination* of chiffon velvet
and silk. They are shown in all the new rich dark
colors. ^
Unusual Values ill Tailored Suits at
$25 and $3k .
W e have featured all season exceptional values in -
tailored suits at $25 and $35, but we feel that the many *
new models just in from Jsjew York lias strengthened
our displays. wonderfully* ?ou willJbe pleasantly sur
prised when ,yoy.-s?er.wiuit qnusual.yal*4?& %?e;irarve to .
offer for. SOrfittie s?s^35 atfd $35.. ; ; (:s 1
Three Special Values?: Wh|ch 1j?6u
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SILK iJRESSES-^$X5. A very little price to a^?k -
J * t i- .1 t t 1 t- _i ^t. _ ?r t.! ft
?r#*T '
r? styles-.
thc\Y?lte&polpi3.^. j T<iIt)A?TnJ3 JICTT ?0X01
f- , - CLOTH JpIU^SSJ^v^b. Made of serge^eponge,
Whipcord. AM di^a^in^lg^^ ^^orj. }
. ui tins >easo?i s. best
- SPORT .COA. in climc1^it^as?wdmgonafs
aild poKtbt%
check-. I Hese are aUaitrtety cy^a? ju. we .
wouldn't fehow- them.
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