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1406 G Street President R. N. Harper Vice Presidents W. P. Lipscomb Lewis Holmes C. J. Gockeler N. L. Sansbury Cashier H. L. Offut. Jr. Banking With a Smile There is that "glad-to see-you?what-can-we-do for-you" attitude manifest here in every department. We are in your service? and whatever will co-operate is a pleasure?always. Our executives are available for consultation?and you must feel free to call on them when occasion requires. When you are our customer you are entitled to the best we've got to give in the way of service. Safety Deposit Boxes?$3 to $25 per year Philadelphia Orchestra. The Philadelphia Orchestra, Leopold Stokowskl. conductor, was greeted at its opening concert of the season yes terday by an avdleRor which filled the National Theater and left many standing throughout the pre gram. It was composed of distinguished men and women of this country and a goodly number of distinguished for* elgners, and it gave the brilliant young conductor and his playera a veritable ovation after their first number. Efrem Zimbalist, violinist, was the soloist, playing the Brahms "Concerto In D." with the Auer Cadenza, bril liantly and exquiiltely, with ease and without^ a trace of affectation. His technique and facility in trills, .scales and doubla stops la remarkable, and I he play* with a big, clear tone not | always round, but sweet, and was heard at his best in the adagio of the concerto. The allegro gloooso was a brilliant movement both for orchestra and soloist, and there waa life and color in Ita rendition. The orchestra now numbers well above a hundred players, and Mr. Stokowskl has rearranged Its forma tion, plaoing all the violins to his left, the violas immediately in front of him and the cello* to hta right. The brasses and wood winds are seated across the stage, back of the violas, thus bringing the cello and viola tones more prominent, without sacrific ing the beauty of the violin tone, and at no time destroying the perfect balance which has'been characteristic of the Philadelphia Orchestra under the direction of Mr. Stokowskl. The orchestra opened with excerpts from Her! to*' "La Damnation de Faust," playing the "Menuet des Pol lets," the "Danse des Sylphes" with delicaoy and much charm, and the $L2* Ladles'Silk to". 79c Lsdiea' Silk Ribbed Sport Hose in nume rwia heather combi nations of brtma and irffn, with teamed hack. Termed second quality, bat fault* will not im ilr long wear or ft; Store Closed All Day Friday, Armistice Day Where Your OoDars Count Mail Behrend'S 720-22-24 7th St N.W. *** Store Hours: Open 9:15 A.M. 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Wotan's farewell and Are music, from Wagner's "Die Walkure," closed tha program, and was played with that breadth. Inspiration and the dynamlo climaxes notable In Mr. Btokowskls reading of Wagner muslo. Taken in Its entirety, the concert has never been surpassed In Wash ington. ?( The second concert will be given December ?, when Tolanda Mero, pianist, will be the soloist. NATIONAL?'The"Kerry Widow.' "The Merry Widow," given entirely new production by Hsnry W. Savage. Is coming to the National Theater next week, conraisnolng Sunday [night, with matinee on Saturday only. The Identical cast and equipment em ployed during its reoent brilliant j presentation at the Knickerbocker 'Theater, New York, is promised. Fran* Lehar's operetta, already sung In nearly forty countries, has a delightfully appealing love story i but its sensational success on two ontinents is due chiefly to its ga> rhythmical music, including the famous waits. Wentworth-Falk Recital. Estelle Wentworth. dramatic so prano, with Jules Falk, violinist, wll give a recital at the New Masonl< Auditorium next Monday for the Rho Beta Chapter, Mu Phi Epsilon Soror ity. Her presence,, the richness o. her voice and the charm of her per sonality have won for Miss Went-, worth a wide host of admirers. Sh> has a vibrant, dramatia voice, pow erful and under splendid control. Her ^pera career began at the age of 18 when she sal stnjringjn ?jse of th. hurch choirs of Washington. Mr Barnabest; then manager of ths Bo? tonlan Opera Company, immediately secured her for several of their Im portant roles. Studies with seme o the greatest masters in Paris. Berlin and Florence fallowed. Raymond Eobbiju, November 17. Kaymond Robblna. tho distinguish ed social economist and industrial expert, will be heard Thursday even ing, November 17, at the Vew Masonic Auditorium, 13 th street and New York avenue. In the flret of the course of star lectures to be given this season under the local management of T. Arthur Smith, Incorporated. Mr. Rabbins will talk on "Worli' Limitation of Armaments, or World Revolution?Which?"?a theme which should prove of unusual interest at this time. Tickets may be obtained at the of fices of T. Arthur Smith, Incorporated, 1306 G street. New York Symphony, Tuesday. A strictly Wagatr program la promised by Conductor Walter Dam rosch of the New Tork Symphonv Orchestra for the second concert of that organisation at th* New National Theater Tuesday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. A feature of the program will be a seen* and finale from "Rhlnegold," sung with four dis tinguished soloists?Henrietta Con rad, Rachel Morton Harris, Freida Klink and Fred Patton. These conoerts are under the local management of T. Arthur Smith, Inc.. and tickets may be obtained at 1306 G Street. Mme. Trances Alda, Thursday. Mme. Frances Alda, one of the lead ing principals of New York's Metro politan Opera Company, will be heard at the National Theater, Thursday, at 4:30 o'clock, under the management of Mrs. Wllson-Gr'eefwv Those who know th* educational advantages which came to this so prand in her youth, can understand why she has risen to a place among the foremost artists of the day. In ?song recital the compels admiration. Seats ar* now on sale at Mrs. Greene's concert bureau, ,13th and Q streets. ? POII'S?"Tickle Me." Frank Tinney in "Tickle Me." pre sented by Arthur Hammerstein. with a phalanx of Broadway favorite*, is coming to Poll's Theater next week, beginning Sunday. Mr. Tinney is able to take the most forlorn examples of stage humor and. by his manner of presenting them, cause you to laugh and yet be un ashamed- In "Tickle Me" his humor is mischievous, intimate and. as al ways, irr?pr?sslble, with ?n air of im provisation. "Tickle Me" Itself is de clared as good looking, mannerly and amuslnv a musical comedy as you may expect this season. The gtrla are beauties, and Mr. Hammerstein has nsen te It that their dress Is lovely. The music, by Herbert Stothart, give* well above th* average score, and the book, by Messrs. Harbach, Mandel and Hammerstein. offers n*w charac ters and a tangible story. GARRICK?"A Bnok on U*n" Sergt ralrtek Hen^y Barnes was a grimy buck private working In the "hi* ditches" wltw he first conceived the Idea of and started to write A Buck on Leave." th* big soldier mu sical eemedy wtyloh will be given its first Washington presentation at the Shubert-Garrlck Theater next week under the Joint auspices of the Rain bow Division Veterans and Vincent B. Oostello Post, the American Legion. The idea came to him when a "bud die" returned ' to the outfit after spending his first furlough at Alx les-Bains. th* French watering place, where a magnificent hotel had been placed at the disposal of the weary American soldiers. The "buddies' description of it set Barnes thinking and the result was "A Buck on Leave," whlqh created a furore ofen thuRiaam during iw si* months tour of tha A. B. r. circuit that culmi nated In a brilliant engagement at the Theater des Champs Elyaees, Paris, during the peace conference. The promote, 8?rfo*Sf}*5cS? will go into ? futtf for relist of ex.service men tojltstTW. B. r. KUTH%-JC??o?u*. Tha Meeeonls, bauis and Charles, V*rna and Wil"*, In "A? they Were, a terpslcherean spectacle, will head line n.xt Week's bill'at B. F. Keith's Theater. Frescowill present Hope Eden, "the miracle jrlrl,' in Mysti cism," a remarkable mind-reading performance. Robert Emmett JCeane. Broadway comedian, and Clair* Whit ney. ser**n star, will offer 'TheGos sipy* Sex." Brbll Vane, the Wsloh prim* donna rrem th* Royal Opera House, Covont Garden, London, with isrtEtViWK sssafistss? f,nr?5S kbss.? HwwwUfip In unique sthletlos; Aesop's Fables, Topics of th* Day *nd the Path* *Sunday at 3 and 8:1B thli weelfg btn. With Adeialdeand Hughes, Miss Juliet ?nd Lew PoeJwtader, *IU be ?t*e?i tn ^We'str*' matin** will be given at ? p.m. Friday, Arralstie* day. The full bill being presented, with special decoration of thest*' COSMOS?"The Teacher's Ro ' On* of th* very bl? features of the Cosmos Theater bill next week is 0*orge Chooe" pretty retnantle opera. tobCI^S?'p5HojSJS"<Sid music by JSB&,"ff? otSer Will *>? ?? set exquisite, "La ?kief l-JT! 'Wt# an* T*m?y Kay den, a merry bit of oh"?e'?' with songs, wit and topical hits. Harry Bentelll. a verwitlleprogram of tones, muslo and comedy, and? JJ Melroy sisters In daring eccentrici ties charmingly J?r,9.fenf,e(1' f,.turin. "Moonlight Follies, featuring Marie Prevost, a beautiful Universal romance of the baby JS? ?ms? man she won, will have Its flrst Pres entatlon In Washington as ?>e added matinee attraction. In "The Goat." the I?r na. 11 o in *1 News and cartoop comics will be shown at all performances ?* supple mental features. CAPITOL?"Whirl of Mirth" Co. The new order of burlesque Is said to be exemplified In I. M. Welngar den'e "Whirl of Mirth," which eomes to the Capitol Theater next Sunday. Jt boasts of a long list of principals, a real plot, tuneful music and an array of scenery and costumes that put the production in the category or I^^Xe^WunWds the laugh contingent. His associates ?.r? Oe>i*= Roth. Madeline Severe, ? lo Carter. Robert Sandberg, Corey Hunt. Floy Ward, Frank Lambert, Lillian Isen and Lou Jacksort. One of the special features Is "the butterfly girl. an-, "ounce" as something new for a trav eling burlesque organisation. , GAYETY?Frank Finney Revue. Charles H. Waldron's "Frank Fin ney Revue" Is announced for tne <3ayety next week, beginning Sunday. Two acts, divided into ten scenes. lermlt scope for carefully c?"celved stage pictures, ranging from the lar ?ast to the distant west, initio ?ce"*1 presented. eacK offering Finney and .lis laugh exelters opportunity to de vise a humorous complication, ine ?ostuming is in keeping with the ?cento. Investiture, and the who|" "JJJJ be described as a huge ?xtravagansa. the pace of iccelerated from time to time oy aptd dance numbers *B?aut*h* h?*!e hest has been raided for the en semble" It i? announced. STRAND?"Conflict.", Next week, beginning Sunday, the -itrand Theater will show aUnlyer lal-Jewel suPWProduction, Conflict, 'eaturing Prlscilla Dean. !^ye: hu nger. joy, all And an outlet in the The'vaudeville will Include a melo llous satire. "One, Two, Three, pre sented by a quintet of versatile ar ists; Hash! and Osai. Japanese enter -alners, in spectacular oriental frolics; ?he Pescl Duo, In "The Harpist and he Singer": A1 Lester and company, n "Breezy Farcical Bits, and a laugh ?(kit featuring Hace and Edge, in ?London Bridge." Photoplays. COLUMBIA?"Ladies Must Live." "Indies Must Live." George Loane Tucker's adaptation of Alice Duer Miller's magazine story, "Ladies Must Live," will be shown at Loew's Columbia next week, beginning Sun dav afternoon, with Betty Compson featured, and a cast Including Mahlon Hamilton. Beatrice Joy, William vinnsr and Marcla Manon. The story concerns certain women who being faced with the necessity ?f living, plan to make that living oasy and as luxurious as possible. PALACE?"Morals." Mav McAvoy. the young screen beauty, recently seen In the screen version of J. M- Barries Scotch 'antasv "Sentimental Tommy. ' be featured next week begmnhw Sunday afternoon at L?ew s faiace Theater, in William D. ^or. pro duction of "Morals." based on VS 'llam J. Locke's novel, "The Morals 01 \iarcu8 Ordeyne." e?ri The atory concerns a jowg g?r reared in a Turkish harem, who is | suddenly transplanted into London. society. METROPOLITAN?"One Arabian. Night." "One Arabian Night." a gorgeously I S^gedpra&!f one W most ^uV^ctretoec^u?? ?'? Theater next week, beginning subject"fs*3'?alfd"to00be ^pi'et^'wlth oriental intrigue, fascinating and SSSf ?SSL 2SU2!? *erf the east as star member of a band | of strolling players owned and man aged by a hunchback clown. Coming under the eye of a crafty slave dealer, she is sold for the harem of the Grand Sheik, where she also engages ih.. interest of his young son. Ernst Lubitsch, the famous Euro-1 pean director, appears in the role of the hunchback. BIALTO?'"Judgment." voTt week, beginning Sunday, 1 Moofvrs Rialto Theater will P?**!}1 far the flrit time in Washington the 1 Jramatic and spectacular photoplay production. "Judgment" a screen ver sion by foreign artists of Victor Huro's Mltry Tudor. The production 5 Kid te be the equal of Its noted nredecessors, "Passion" and !D*C*P ?ion " Ellen Rlchter, a talented Euro pean star, appears In the stellar role, j CRANDALL'S?"The Idle Class." Departing from its custom of Pf? renting several photo play offerings 1 in a single week, Crandall s next 1 week, beginning Sunday, will P"se"M for the full seven days. Charles Chaplin in his new laughfest. The 1 Class" and Will Rogers' pio ISrtxaUon /of the Sol Smith Russell classic, "A Poor Relation. | KNICKERBOCKER?"One Arab vian Night." Sunday and Monday of next week thA Knickerbocker will offer for the I Arsl ^e ? Washington First Na ttonal t special release of I L?o? a gargepup romance ofl o dVgfad: Pola Negri one the most brilliant actresses of the screeS. and Ernst Lubitsch, Europe si most famous director, who made the I spectacle, appears in the role of the hunchback clown. | Apollo. Sunday an* Monday. K'chsrd B*r-| ?heimesB in "Experience"; Tuesday and Wednesday. Wallace Reld in "The Hell Diggers"; Thursday, HousePe iers fn "The Invisible Power": Friday, Elaine Hammerstein in "Handcuffs or I Kisses"; Saturday, Betty Compson and Milton Sill* in "At the End of the World" and Hurj-ioane Hutch No. 4 Avenue Grand. Sunday and Monday, Wallace Held In "The Hell Diggers": Tuesday and Wednesday, Hlchard Barthelmeee ln "Experience"; Thursday. Conway Tearle In "After Mldnl?ht ; Friday. Viola Dana In "The Matcbjoaker* . Saturday. Elaine Ham/nersteln in "Handcuffs or Kisses" and HurrU can* Hutch" No. 6. Eepnblie. Sunday. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Helene Chadwick and [Richard Dlx In "Dangerous Curve Ahead" and Harold Lloyd In I Do . i Thursday and Friday. AUce Calhoun In "Halnbow" and Larry Semon in "Between the Acts"; Saturday, An tonio Moreno In "The Beoret of the Hills" and comedy "Throbs and 'Thrills." Episode two of "Breaking Through" will be shown Friday and Saturday. Savoy. Sunday and Monday. Charles Chap lin In "The Idle Class" and Will Rogers in "A Poor Relation"; Tues day and Wednesday, Wallace Reld 111 "The Hell Diggers"; Thursday, Alice Brady In "Dawn of the East"; Friday. Betty Compson and Milton Sills In "At the End of the World"; Saturday. Madge Kennedy In "Oh. Mary. Be Careful" and "Hurricane Hutch" No. ?. York. Sunday and Monday. "The Affairs of Anatol"; Tuesday, Betty Compson and Milton Sills In "At the End of the World"; Wednesday. Conway Tearle In "After Midnight": Thursday. Paul Powell In "The Mystery Road"; Fri day. Wallace Reld In "The Hell Dig gers"; Saturday. Antonio Moreno in "The Secret of the Hills" and Hurri cane Hutch" No. 4. Armiitioe Say Matinees. Announcement is made from th? offices of the Crandall theaters tha1 special Armistice day matinees will be given Friday at Crandall's York. Apollo and Knickerbocker theaters, and the regular matinees at the Metropolitan, *th and K, Avenue Grand and Savoy theaters. At the residential houses, where daily mati nees are no*t the custom the perform ances will begin at 2:30 and be con tinuous until J1 p. m. Princess. Sunday, "Diane of Star Hollow": Monday. Tom Moore. In "Made in Heaven": Tuesday, Max Llnder, in "Seven Years' Bad Luck"; Wednes day, Kannle Ward, In "She Played and Paid"; Thursday. Will Rogers, in "Boys Will Be Boys"; Friday, Norma Talmadge, in "The Sign on the Door," and Saturday, May Allison, in "Big Game." Raphael. Sunday. Thomas Meighan, in "Con quest of Canaan," and Snub Pollard, in "Teaching the Teacher"; Monday and Tuesday, "Cecil B. De Mille's ?The Affairs of Anatol." special music; Wednesday, Miriam Cooper and George Walsh, in "Serenade"; Thursday, Viola Dana, in "Puppets of Fate"; Friday. William S. Hart, in ??The Whistle," also ninth instalment of "Do or Die," and Saturday, "The Wild Goose." Criterion. The first motion picture with which It has ever been attempted to visual ise a great painter's work, "Out of the Dust." is announced for the Cri terion Theater Saturday. It is based on the paintings of Frederic Reming ton. and is not only reminiscent of frontier davs. but is decidedly differ ent from the so-called "western pic tures." Belasco. The new programs of Sliubert vaudeville at the Belasco Theater wilt open with the mn"'"ee performance on Sunday afternoon*. Beginning Sunday afternoon, an all star bill 1* promised. Cecil Lean and ? I ?? o - ' V musical comedy, will be seen In a seleet or utvw own, special nwuies which call for acting ability as well as ? .1 t.i.nt. The offering is c?il?<l "Acting Song*." and 1* of Dolly Connolly, singing comou.v. with Percy Wenrlck, song oomposer, will present a group of popular num bers; the Whipple-Huston players will be seen In nine episode* from life called "Time." Others will be the Rlgoletto brothers, assisted by the Swan son sisters, in their vaudeville show in one; Clark and Verdi. In a unique character novelty which, it 1* said, brims with laughs: Bert Mel rose, the international clown, in fa mous falls which he originated: "The Broken Mirror." a pantomime novelty fresh from Europe; TalTan and Newell. In "A Chink Episode." and Jack Strouse. a monologulst with some new idea*. The Shuberfs new weekly and a Bud Fisher film comedy will be shown. Carolina. 8unday. Elaine Hammerstein. in "The Miracle of Manhattan"; Monday, George Beban. In "One Man in a Mil lion"; Tue*day, Charles Ray, in "Scrap Iron"! Wednesday. Roy Steuart. in "Tha Bond of Fear": Thursday, George Walsh and Marian Cooper, in "The Serenade"; Friday, Earl Wil liams, in "Bring Him In"; Saturday, Norma Talmadge. In "The Sign on the Door." Home. Sunday and Monday. Rupert Hughes production, "Dangerous Curve Ahead"; Tuesdav. May Allison, in "Big Game"; Wednesday, Norma Talmage, in "The Sign on the Door": Thursday, Frank Mayo, in "The Shark Master"; Friday, Herbert Rawlinson. In "The Wake field Case": Saturday, Vivian Martin, in "Pardon My French." Elite. Sunday and Monday, Anita Stewart, in "Sewing the Wind"; Tuesday, Viola Dana, in "Puppets of Fate"; Wednesday, Arthur Boucher. In "The Great Day"; Thursday, Bebe Daniels, in "One Wild Week;': Friday, con stance Blnney, in "TheL Magic Cup,' "nd Saturday. Earle Williams, in "Brina Him in." Lyric. Sunday, Roy Steuart, in "The Medicine Man," and Jimmy Aubrey, In "The Riot"; matinee only. "White Horseman." No. 12; Monday, Tuesday Tnd Wednesday, D W. Griffith's "Dream. Street"; Thursday, Kitty Gordon, in "Tinsel"; Friday. "Cold Steel." and Saturday. Will am Dun can, in "Steel Heart": matinee only, last episode of "Miracles of the Jungle." When Constipated, Bilious, Headachy "Cascarets"?10c Clean your liver and, bowels! Enjoy nieMt, gentlest bowel cleansing yon ever experienced by. taking one or two candy-like Oaseareta tonight, They phytic your bowels fully. All the consti pated wsrte and poor bile will more m * U>a Wink without gripio* or atirring yon up. Tbare will Sa na bowel polton ta canaa aolda, sick headache, dissinesa, biliousness or aonr itomach whan you wake up in the morning. Mora people take Cas carata far the liver and bowela than all other laxativa-cathartica ao? bimi Htoit tnsM, ffloohmarh &l?othrop DOWN STAIRS STORE 95c Sale Tomorrow Brings Great Saving Extraordinary low prices on every item for tomor* row, and the serviceable qualities and useful nature of the articles emphasize with redoubled strength the splen. did savings. , The limited quantities suggest the need of immediate response R & G Corsets Low-bust and wjaist line styles. to 28. Sizes 21 Neglige Garter Belts, specially priced, 95c. Gingham House Dresses Good quality; edges AT piped with contrast ing materials. Solid colors of blue and gray. Tea Aprons, 2 for White Dotted Swiss AT Tea Aprons, prettily trimmed. Flannelette Bloomers, 2 for Warm Flannel ette Bloomers in light striped patterns; elas tic at waist and knee. 95c Muslin Drawers, 2 for Good Quality Draw- AF^, ers, with neat em- "i/L broidery ruffle. Muslin Chemise, 2 for Good Quality Mus- AP _ lin Chemise, lace trim- 'wC med or plain; built-up shoul der or camisole top. Bath Mats, 2 for Size 19K-x30 inches; Ar _ very well made .of "JL Turkish toweling. White, blue, yellow and pink. Turkish Towels, 3 for White Towels, with AP _ wide colored stripes running vertically. Seamless Sheets Good quality AC_ bleached muslin; J'wv neatly hemmed and very du rable. Size 72x90 inches. Outing Flannel, 5 yds. 36-inch width, in QC/-? many neat striped de- "OC signs and colors. Very heavy. Curtain Scrim, 6 yards White and beige in QCr? two attractive de- "wv signs; 18-inch width. Percale, 6 yards 36-inch Percale in QC|-? many different col nred stripes and figured de signs. Brooklyn Chambray 10 Yards In cadet, light blue, AP^, pink, lavender, olive VJw drab and green. Very appro priate for children's clothes. Bandeaux, 3 for Pink or white mer cerized materials; y?/L front or back closing. Sizes 32 to 42. Lace=T rimmed ?andeaux, 2 for Heavy Broche AP Bandeaux, also >^"C lace or embroidery trim med styles, of strong muslin. Sizes 32 to 44. Warm Dressing Sacques Women's Flannelette AP Dressing S acq tics. with long sleeves, belt an<! collar. Bungalow Aprons Either Gingham or AP _ Percalc Bungalow Aprons, square neck; trim med with braid. Light and dark colors. Satin Camisoles Pink and White QP. Satin Camisoles, lace trimmed or tailored styles. Flannelette Gowns ? Women's Fleecy QCf? Flannelette Gowns, cut full and long: neatly hemstitched. High neck, long sleeves and double yoke. Scarfs and Runners Made of pure flax AP. Irish linen and hand painted; eight different sizes. Huck Towels, Dozen Heavy Quality Cot- AP. ton Huck Towels, in plain white. Size 15x25 inches. Pillowcases, 3 for Full Bleached Mus- AP _ lin Pillowcases, size 45x36 inches before hemming. Toweling, 6 yards White with red or QCf blue stripes on both "wC edges. Splendid for tea towels. en'sFelt<|j"| ippers 1 ASaleWomen Bedroom Slippers They have tho soft, padded soles. PAIR In old rose, orchid, purple, oxford, copen, all are finished at toe with pompon and many with ribbon trimming or decorative floral edging. An excellent opportunity for securing Christmas gifts. Down Stain Store. Ribbed Cotton Vests 4 for Fine or Swiss Rib- AP bed Cotton Vests. "i/V* built-up shoulders or bodice style. Women's Cotton Hose 4 for Medium -weight O 5 r* Black Cotton Hose, knit to fit; seamless. Sizes 8J4 to 10. Children's Rompers Peg-top Rompers, Q5r* in sizes 2 to 6 years; Wt checked and solid color ging hams; neatly trimmed. Children's Sports Hose Full-length AC^ Woolen Sports Hose, E n g li ? h make; heather mixed colors; sizes 7 to 10. Millinery Velvet and Duvetyn Hats and Suede-like Tams, all the wanted colors. Boys' Hose, 3 for Heavy Ribbed Hose, A(f _ of a well known make; V?/L double heels, toes and soles. Sizes 6]/i to 11. Leather Pocketbooks Leather Pocket- AP books for women, well lined; vanity mirror. Woolen Sports Hose English Ribbed AP . Woolen Sports Hose, in green, brown and blue heather mixtures; sizes 8Vt to 10. Girls' Dresses Girls' Gingham AP. Dresses in a good as sortment of checks and solid colors; solid color collar and cuffs. Neckwear Yestee Sets, of lace, organdy or linene. with Peggy or straight col lars ; also Collar and Cuff Sets, many styles. New Dimity Blouses Made of good quality Dimity, collar cuffs and oleat edged with narrow French quilling. Also a large variety of Voile and Batiste Blouses, fancy or tailored models, with long or short sleeves. 95c Better Skirts at a Lower Price, $5 The entire lot of 50 should be closed out im mediately. , ., ... Unusual in quality of materials, smartness of stripes and plaids, refinement and becomingness of colors, and beautiful pleatings. Full size assortment. Down BMlra 8tor*.