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DAWES TO INVADE WYOMINGFOR DAY Candidate to Speak at Cas per and Douglas Before Return to Nebraska. I*7 the Associated Press. PAVES SPECIAL (EX ROUTE TO CASPER. WTO.), LONG PINE, Nebr.. October 9,—Charles G. Hawes, Repub lican candidate for Vice President, carried his speaking campaign today from the prairie region of the Middle West into the Plains State of Wyo ming. The trip into Wyoming today for two speeches—a platform talk at Douglas and an afternoon speech at Casper, represented the farthest west that Mr. Dawes will rearh. Plans have been tentatively made for an eastern tour after the present trip, and it has been virtually decided that he will conclude his campaign in the Uidclle West.. Plans Day In Xebrask*. Mr. Dawes after hts address at Oasper will spend tomorrow in Ne braska. speaking from his train at Grand Island, Columbus and Kremont. and at a night mass meeting In pmaha. Mr. Dawes called on his own ex perience to illustrate his frequent declaration that the Nation's prob lems could not he solved by dema «ogucry in a speech last evening at orfolk. Nebr. "I have been thinking as I have been riding through Nebraska, where I started my work in life, of what they call Western radicalism, be cause 1 learned what it was at that time, for 1 was called a radical,” he related referring to an adjustment of a system of freight rates. ‘•We didn't get tt adjusted by demagoguery." lie said. “We didn't get it adjusted by oratory. We got it adjusted among the farmers and amontj the business men by a presen tation of the case in a business way. And yet they' called us radicals, and I remember what the radicalism of the West was at that time. It was the effort of earnest men who object ed to things in the existing order and wanted to right them. They were not against the existing order of things. They were patriotic, liberty loving, law-abiding citizens, who wanted to correct faults, who wanted to make government better, who wanted to make it fairer, who wanted to make it something that was just. “There is a great difference be tween that kind of radicalism and the radicalism of New York and Chicago, where men are opposed to the exist ing order of things, not simply against some things in the existing order." STICKS TO REPUBLICANS. Cohen Denies Reported Bolt to La Toilette. CHICAGO. October 9.—Walter L. Cohen, negro controller of customs of the port of New Orleans, announced last night that Republican leaders of the North and East had addressed him telegrams that newspapers of that part of the country had an nounced he had bolted the Republican party in favor of the La Follette- Whecler ticket. Cohen stated that there was no truth in such reports, j Cohen is a Republican leader in the Ho u t h. j . FIRE IS COSTLY! Be Protected Affiinst It J. LEO KOLB lanaraiire Agency 923 New York Ave. N'.W. Main 5027 costs so little IT COSTS so little —in money or effort—to keep your walls in good repair. Anyone can patch a wall with Rut land Patching Plaster. And the patch will stay. It will not shrink, crack, crumble or fall out of it self. Have a package handy in the house. Your paint, wall-paper or hardware dealer has it IT COMES in handy car tons like prepared flour. Just add water. You need it right now, or when you paint or pa per. Be sure to ask your dealer for Rutland Patching Plaster. If he cannot accommodate you, write us, giving his name. We will mail you a iy 2 lb* carton and you can pay the postman > 30c., plus the postage, on delivery. RUTLAND FIRE CLAY CO., Rutland, Vermont Other Rutland Useful Products Plastic Stove Lining Boiler Covering Wut< Pipe Cleaner Weter Glees for Keeping Egga Fresh Pipe Joint Cement Vsbeetoe Roof Cement Furnace Cement Manufacturers' Odd Lot Da y Odd lots direct from the manufacturers. Bargains with a big B. Almost one hundred special purchases—all from our regular sources of supply. Told them we were going to have a manufacturers’ odd lot day asked them what they had to offer. Here’s the answer. Friday—save money by spending it. In every department—9:ls. iliilHlHilllllililiMllilliillH Men’s Cricket Sweaters Just 17 Men’s Topcoats Boys’ 3l.es Corduroy $i 65 Knickers, 51 V-neck sweaters, all wool, yet wonderfully dark colors, so serviceable for school and play, light in weight. Just the sort for sport wear or ■ • i Either lined .or uniined; but finished w ith big hip under your coat on blustery days. Various fancy Only broken sizes Could account for such a price. Light color pockets and belt loops. Sizes 7to 17 years, weaves in a corking selection of colors. Club and tweed and brown mixtures in loose belted styles with raglan sleeves „„ ,_,. M oo combinations inclu e . lgport Stop ,«Mrst.) or double breasted with straight' plain backs. Regular sizes 36, 37,38. Small Lads' $4.95 Wool Sailor Suits, $2.95 Men's "Rayon" Hose. (9% to l(ty A ), 19c. '.rim *'«*”•• Thp n>rhl c *’ W s l ’so Loll Hats, 39r Men's $5 Shakcrknit Sweaters, $2.95. 10 Bi S Boys' $10.75 Bloc Serge Suits, $6.95 .. , on (Third Floor, The Ueeht Co ) Men s $1.50 to $2.50 Sdk Tics, 89c. (Flrbt KU»r. The Ueeht Co.) Men’s “Rayon” Striped Shirts _ , 515 Perfectone Loud Girls Winter Coats Speakers, 57.95 S T IS 5^.95 Just 100 of these adjustable loud speakers that ■ , . , , . , , ... . c . Not only have many large fur collars, but every produce a full volume of tone. Finished in dark Fine lookin « madras shlrts Wlth nea ' colorcd rayon (fiber) s,n P es ' Style ’ fit coat is lined fpll length. Tailored in charming styles, brown to harmonfee with any set. Slightly shop- and workmanship usually seen in shirts at $1.75 to $2-and most acceptable as of p i ain po| a i re C r plaid. Brown or reindeer, in worn; perfect. an Xmas gift. Neckband sizes 13 \z to 17, and every shirt fully guaranteed as to sizes Bto 16 years. 15 Hr-Way 4-tube sets, were slls. Now $69.50. color, fit and quality. |Kjrbt K]oor> Th „ IlP( , ht Co , Girls' Dimity Blouses (8 to 14 years J. 79c 6 W hit eland 4-tube sets with built-in speaker. Girls' Sport and Middy Skirts, $1.95 H ere formerly 5137.50. Now $84.50 (Third rioor ’ Thc Ul>rht * (lUdio Shop. IT St.) Illlillin 750—51.25 Q. R. S. Word Rolls, 2 for SI 1 Mumr Hhop. 6i« f st) Manufacturers ’ Odd Lot Sale of i|fe 600 Girls' Sateen Bloomers 600 Pairs of Women’s Silk WOIUGR S 39c and Rayon Hosiery, 59 c Affnk In M The famous “Kenilworth” make bloomers, of O • 1 lx c* good quality black or white sateen. Gut full, rein- Slight Irregulars of $1 Quality Olllv 1 lOCKS forced at points of greatest wear, and finished with Made with the new improved seamed back to elastic at waist and knee. Sizes 4 to 14. give the appearance of full fashioned hose, and fin- /n jS 50 Tots' Winter Coats, lined (I to 5 years), $5 ished with well wearing mercerized tops. Subject EfyaMlwUk J 6 Tots' 3-piece Sweater Sets, $3.75 , ... , ... 1 Third Floor. The Uocht Co.) to the most trivial mill hurts, neither apparent nor harmful. Choice of airedale, thrush, blonde, dawn, cxCCDti nallv wide assort pearl, jack rabbit and black. 59 pairs extra size $1.95 Black SUk Hose, *1,49. |flKl satin and silk knit frocks, in odd 500 Pairs of Girls and IIP sizes left from recent purchases. Children’s ShOOS. sl-39 * ? ' 85 SM “ mm wcar'and otllers ■ Odd lot of infants’, children's and girls' low. and 1111019 Quite naturally only one or two high shoes that are worth from J 2 to JS. Sizes are Rlillin Du ' t , • , , 1 ~ of course broken, but the assortment is large enough dCQ Dn.c rsf UUIU li P f a kln^, a " d a6 “ all> ", aV >- Hfl so .ha. all can be fined. Play shoes are included. 489 Pairs OI Womens IIIHI P brown or black. A fewstriking ■ „ ~ „ , lUKnr,' a l j c L 00 pairs of Girls Pumps and Oxfords (2'h to 7), Fabric Gloves, 59c 7 hte***' J n S2M c / 16 to44 ' ts. M c.) \ b teol' d 10 o/Smoff Boys’Scour Shoes, *2.29 Strap-wrist fabric gloves, some plain, others with f / 1 I 0 ~ Children s 29c and 35c Half Socks. 3 pairs for 25e embroidered backs and novelty cuffs. Every pair j j yy \ V \ (TbirU llotT ’ Tie H * cht perfecj, and so conservatively styled you will do well £ JXQ JiA.QCJX'i! to purchase several pairs. Choice of champaigne, W . v sand, mode, pongee and beaver. Broken sizes. F at 1 CretClUie WindOW DfdpCS 10 Women: *1.69 Glove SUk Vest,. 111111 l Q - 29 Women s *2.95 Washable Kid Gauntlets, *1.95. AMP 65 Women's $1 Leather Pouch Bags, special, 79c. Giftb Hour, Tho iieiht c».) # w-- *O-0- /J Q *4- Glieery colored cretonne window drapes, in womens z-riece ivniiiea onus bird, floral and conventional patterns. Made 2’ \ $0 50 75 ' yards long, with scalloped center valance. , _ 2 y \ yards long, S9c s4* 5. 20 Blue or pink bath mats of heavy quality, 79c 50 Pure linen tablecloths (imperfect), $1.95 The famous Wonderlift, Self-reducing and Kop All-wool jacquette styles, universally popular and particularly desirable for p UfV u ,hite dimity spreads <63x90), $1.69 service models that women everywhere prefer. present wear. Navy, gray or garnet color with wide jacquard borders outlining 5 Single robe blankets (double-bed site), $3.45 Broken sizes make possible the reduction in price, the jacquette and hem. Sizes 16 and 38 only—which explains the price. (3fe«n<i n*»r, r st.) ranging from 26 to 36. . _ _ „ ° ° (Second I loor. The Uccht Oo. ) Quantity Model Number 1 No. 403 ’ s No'. 57/ Women’s Serviceable <♦ Tweed Sport Coats “Dolly Mode’ Bed Sets I Nd.fu Jersey Suits, $4.65 and Jacquettes, $6.95 $4 -45 * (Fifth Floor, The Hecht C*.) - . , , . , , - ....... Less than cost for them, simply be- A very limited number of them, cause we have so few, and those in Tweed sport models in attractive crinkled dimity, striped in rose, blue, gold or Flannelette Nightgowns broken sizes. Made with deep Tux- colors, uniined, but fine for between. lavender. Made with cut comers and scalloped cdo collars in contrasting shades. season wear. Jacquettes of astra- edges. Bolster throw included. Sizes for all style 89c Choose from henna, navy, copen and khan cloth in high shades. Sizes 16 beds. black, in sizes 16 to 40. to 38. 72 Round velour cushions (tapestry centers), $1.19 Heavy pink and blue striped flannelette gowns isccomi no»r) »ssconti noerj 12 Roman striped couch covers (50 in. wide), $1.49 with hemstitched yoke and long sleeves with cuffs. V 30 prs. of poplin overdrapes with valance. t $1.59 Also some with double yoke back and front. All 28 Duplex shades, slightly imperfect, 69c have h.gh necks. Sizes 16 and Women’s $5.85 to $lO Women’s Tailored and .Tj. 1 *******.****-> Low Shoes. $3.95 Lingerie Blouses. 87c % j JSrSSy Pantalettes strap pumps, gore pumps, walk- - Most of these are handmade of soft '‘lVrilm T ITIO SO. 45 in i pumps—all have been included white dimity, with trimmings of . d 11 \ ■ _ because sizes arc not complete. drawnwork or lace. Other tailored - S Cilia I*o Yard Silk jersey of excellent quality fashions these P.tent leather, ~dn and .ued., the style, with youthful Peter Pan col- H "' ■ ■ comfortably proportioned pantalettea. All of them ~ hr“ mOSt P " Pul " < , ."7 *”t I’"* F * mous for ,vcar “ d b ** ur> ' Dut,!h tile ’ P* r ' cut generously and specially reinforced. Navy and Good ra "f c o£ turn - back cuffs. Wh.te only .1- qu e,ry. and blue and white tile pattern,, for almo.t black only, in length, 32 36 inches. • though not m every style. ' any room in the house. Bring room me«uremenU IS *2 SUk Jersey Petticoats, i 1.49. 1Z ” *” ” ' : '™' "—■> ,vhen yOU sh ° P ' 60 $2 Philippine Envelope Chemise, $1.45 . ■ ' 12 S22JO Wool-faced tapestry rugs (9x12), $13.95 20 SUS Colored Sateen Petticoats, 89c. _ 20085 c Tapestry carpet runners (27 in.), 69c yd. 12 SUO Qingham House Frocks, 89c. Imported UOdtSKin f u J- Chokers, $12.50 6 sls Wool and fiber rugs (6x9), $9.95 60 79c Brassieres (sizes 40 and 44), 39c. Turkish SHppCrS, 59C 90 h<uh colort (24x36), $2.95 $2 and $3 Corsets (sizes 22 to 28), sl. ■ Large, bushy thibetine chokers, imnii Floor, -m H«ht co,> (Filth rioor. The u-cht c®,) Soft, pliant goatskin slippers, as ' closely resembling the more expensive light and soft on the feet as can be. fox scarfs. Full animals with head, W • W J! Trimmed with silk pompom and me- paws and large brush. Dyed in the ftTftf jrT « j 7|/| §r\r% tallic embroidery. Such popular attractive gray and peach colorings # #»/Q V i iT% JL boudoir shades as black, navy, green, that look so well with the tailored M. F Street at 7th light blue, red and browm suit or tailored street iHwuiniiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiimiiiiiiitimnniiMiiiiininniiinieiiiiirtiiiMiillllillimillll THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON. D. C„ THURSDAY. OCTOBER 9. 3924.