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u-, yi CU,'..:! C "-' THE WAfchlNCrTON TIMES, OTEtDAr, Al'GrWlv29, 1911. e A 101 OF SOLDIER ' Hi HER SIX TOTS YET UNCARED FOB (No Arrangements Made for Mrs. Dennis After She Leaves Home. No arrangements have yet been made Jor taking care of Mrs. 'Minnie Dennis, widow of Lieut. L. R. Dennis, who on 'Friday, with licr children, will have to Jcave the Confederate Memorial Home, 1322 Vermont avenue, where for the last two weeks she has been the guest or Mrs. E. M. Ercmart the matron. Be ginning September l, the main hall of the home will be used almost eveiV evening for social purposes and plans have been made for tho use of the other rooms, which makes It imperative thai Mrs. Dennis And other quarters. The Knights of Pythias, of which .Lieutenant Dennis was a member, will give a benefit performance for Mrs. Dennla at the Columbia Theater next week. The benefit will be tho regular performance of the Columbia Players. In the meantime, however. It Is neces flwy that Mrs. Dennis find some place to stay. Mrs. Emmart'a Statement Mrs. Dennis ai rived In Washington on August IS from Panama with the body or ntr nusband and her six little chil dren. Two of the children are under hospital treatment, and a third has been sent to the country, so that the widow has but three to provide for. "I had expected that Mrs. Dennis wuld remain at my place only over night, when other arrangements would be made for her." said Mrs. Emmart today. "When I went down to the one child six years old. Instead II iuuna sue naa six children. Naturally I could not turn her out In the street after I had taken her In. but it will be necessary that she leave by the first of the month, as I will have no room to tako care of her." Mrs. Emmart took exception to a statement given out by Mrs. Dennis, In which the widow stated "That as soon as the Pythian order became aware pf rny presence here and of my children it became Interested and have done everything In Its power to render what &BSistance It could toward making my urden lighter and my surroundings for me as pleasant as possible." Total Aid Given. Mrs. Emmart asserts that the Knights of Pythias have given Mrs. liennls $10. but that the burden of pay ing the woman's expenses since she has been in Washington has fallen chiefly on her. Mrs. Emmart says that the largest contribution has been from the 8panl&h War Veterans, who have given her $25. Mrs. Dennis said in the statement which she gave out that she wished to correct any Impression that might have gained circulation that the Knights of Pythias had neglected to look after her. She says the Pythian order took up the matter as soon as It learned she was in Washington with her children. Wife and Children, Deserted, May Be Sent Back to Former Home A temporary home will be provided at the Florence Crlttenton Mission. Third and B streets northwest, for Mrs. Annie "vVortz, formerly of Harrisburg. Pa., and her family of five children, who ar rived at the Union Station yesterday buhjiuuii imer oeing aesertea in Bal timore by her husband. Charles Wortz. This decision was reached mis morn ing after one of the oftidalf. of the Board of Charities had talked with Mrs. ortz. Today the Board of Charities will communicate with the city authori ties of Harrisburg and If It Is deemed advisable to send the family back to that city, transportation will be fur nished them. The charity officials will communicate also with the authorities of West Chester, Pa., and Lebanon, Pa., where the Wortz family formerly lived. Mrs. Wortz arrived at the Union Sta tion about 5 o'clock yesterday after noon accompanied by her five children, one of whom Is an adopted daughter. Tho children are Charles, ten years old; Christie, eleven; Josephine, fourteen; Emma, fifteen, and Amanda Foster, six teen. She told Policeman Cattcll that early yesterday morning tney started wi ucuiut,iuii m nope mat ner hus band could find employment here. When they reached Baltimore, she aid, her husband left them at the rail road station saying he would return In time to catch the 4 o'clock train. Mrs. ,Wortz came on to Washington at the time agreed upon thinking perhaps her ,husband had boarded the train at an other station. When she reached Union Station she had only 55 cents in her purse. Mrs. Wortz told the police she has 'been married eighteen years and that lane and her children had betn forced W KJove from place to place as her iBusband had no regular place of em ployment and was always on the look out for anything he could get to do. She said her daughters nad been work ing in a factory in Harrisburg. Because of the frequent changes the Wortz family have made in their place of residence the Board of Charities of ficials decided to communicate with the Harrisburg, Lebanon and West CheBter authorities before furnishing transpor tation for their return. Inspector Has Lehigh Wreck Data for Report Chief Inspector H. W. Bclnap, of the Interstate Commerce Commis sion, and his three assistants, who have been at Manchester and Roches ter for the last four or Ave days in vestigating the cause of the wreck of the Lehigh Valley express train. near me xormer place last week, will return to Washington tonight or to morrow morning. A complete investigation of the wreck has been made, officials of the commission say. A report will be prepared by Mr. Belnap and his three assistants. Mr. Craig, Mr. DulTey, and Mr. Olbbons, as soon as they return to Washington. This report will be submitted to tho commission some time this week. KEEP COKE IN MIND when you need fuel for cooking. It is economical and yields' ex cellent results. W supply coke at Uieso prices: 5 -,u ? Coto. 5ellverea...p. Btuhila Law Cok. deUvrc6...U.7t i Buhf. Larr. Coke, delivered. ..U-H X Buih s Crushed Colo. 3ellvere4.U.M IS S"?'.1 " Coke, dllvered.H-M 0 Iluihe! Crumbed Cota. dellvrd.M.U WASHINGTON GAS LIGHT CO. tU Teata Strctt N. -jr. FAIR AT ROCKVILLE ON IN FULL BLAST Big Crowd Hears Marine Band, Sees the Aeroplane and Horse Races., and Exhibits, Which- Surpass Those of Former Years. ROCKVILLE. Md.. Aug. 29. Countyl fairs are coming up In the world. This was evidenced today when the fifty- eighth annual exhibition of the Agri cultural Society of Montgomery County opened with an aeroplane and the United States Marine Band as Its star attractions. This Is the first time that an aero Plane and the Marine Band 'ever have appeared at the Montgomery county fair, and the promoters of the enter prise are proud of the innovation. Heretofore, a balloon ascension fol lowed by a parachute drop hag been the great "thriller" of all auch .fairs. But balloons are things of the past. and the aeroplane has come Into its own. The Rex Smith machine, which arrived yesterday, is housed in a large tent in the center of the race track and was the center of attraction from 'the time the gates opened at 10 o'clock mis morning, two flights ore promised daily. The first flights will occur this afternoon, if the machine Is ready. Typical Fair Scene. Rockville was lively this morning with the opening of the fair, and the streets of the town were thronged with peo ple. All the usual attractions. Includ ing snakecharmers. trained flea shows. fortune tellers, and a hundred and onel games, scattered over the grounds. The fakers are everywhere In evidence, and It Is apparent that they anticipate large crowds this year. Quite a large crowd was nn th- grounds this morning, and tho number of persons increased up to late in the afternoon. The largest crowd is expect ed Thursday, which will be the big day of the exhibition and carnival. All Show Places Engaged. In the main exhibition hall, which la In charge of Turner W. Welsh, are shown all sorts of products of tho soil. Including a number of candidates for the prize pumpkin of Montgomery county. Pumpkins were scattered throughout the building, some of them so large that it is difficult for a man to lift them. In the pig pens are shown all the prize porkers of this part of the county. Several tents are being devoted to the display of farm implements and wagons. According to the officials of the fair, the exhibits this year are larger and better than they have been for the last four or five years. Every stall and 75c and $1 Cook's Linoleum at 29c Square Yard Tomorrow we will put on sale 3,600 yards of "mill" lengths, heavyweight Cork-filled Linoleum, of the well-known "Cook" make. Lengths varying from one to eight yards and 8-quarter wide. Many strips are of the same design, so you may obtain . enough to cover large size rooms, stores, offices, balls, baths, or vesllblea of this almost indestructible floor covering at leas than the coat of ordinary oilcloth. Choice of either light or dark colorings. Jn"T-arqutte, inlaid, mosaic tiling, and figured designs. Grades that sell for 75c and $1.00. Sale price, 23c aq. yd. 50c and 75c Mill Length Tapestry At 29c Yd. 2,000 yds. mill sample lengths of plain Silk Mercerized and Oriental Stripe Tapestry, 50 in. wide and one to four yds. long. Many are of the same design and may be matched Into pairs. Suitable for portieres, drap eries, table covers, and couch cover. Regular 50c and 75c grades. Sale price, 23c yard. SOc BED TILLOWS 100 large size Bed Pillows, covered with heavy-weight ticking, and filled with sanitary crushed turkey feathers made odorless by cold blast process. Regular 59c OQ value. Sale price... C UOK S5e WINDOW SHADES 100 doz. Opaque Cloth Window Shades, size 3x6 feet; mounted on good strong spring rollers; In white and green: some subject to a alight defect that does not hurt wear or appear ance. Regular 25c value. QQj Sale price, TWO for tD 5lc HASSOCKS 15 dozen large size Carpet Hassocks; filled with best packing and covered with Brussels, Axmlnster, or Velvet Carpets. Light and dark colors. In diamond shape. Worth 69c OQ each. Sale price .... UOK 1.00 AND 11.23 MADRAS CUR TAINS Sample line of 1,000 strips or half pairs of Madras Curtains, three yards long and 40 Inches wide. Fringed ends. Light grounds, with red. Dlue. gTeen, blue and combination colorings in cross stripes. Many designs may bo matched Into pairs. Suitable for window or door draperies. Worth 11.00 and $1.26 pair. OQ Sale price, atrip UD 50e TABLE COVERS Ten dozen 4-quarter elze Tapeatry Table Covers, In red, green, and combi nation colors of red and green. Finished with heavy fringe. Strictly reversible. Sale an. price, each GOV, 80c LAMBREQUINS 25 dozen Satteen Lambrequins, for draper ies. Fringed ends and side. Light and dark colorings, in floral and Persian designs. Sale nn. price &' 93 TO f6 CURTAIN SAMPLES A great purchase of maker's aam plea of fine grade Cable Net Scotch and Nottingham Lace Curtains; li and 1 yards long, 45 to 60 inches wide: white, ecru, and Arabian shades. As many as ten of a pattern may be secured by early buyers. Sell In pairs at from J2 to $6. Sale price, QQa each iU 91.00 BLANKETS Case of halfr pairs or single Blankets, doublo bed size; In white and gray, with pink or blue borders; soft fleece finish. Regular $1.00 value. OQn Sale price, each :.. AtC INDIA LINON Three yard waist ?atternr of fine sheer quality white ndia Llnon. 40 lnchea wide: worth ISc yard. Total value OQ S4c Sale price, 3 yds. for... t avnllable show place has been engaged. The horso racing, which always baa been a big drawing card at tho Rock ville Fair, commenced at 1 o'clock this anernoon. The track has been tint in excellent condition and good soprt is promised. President Joshua W. Jones, vof (he Agricultural Association, la highly pleased over the prospects for the suc cess of the fair this year. If the weather on the opening day keeps up for the remainder of the week, he ex pects that the association will more than meet the deficit of last year. Practically every piano and music house in Washington .has a stall In the exhibition hall. Player pianos were go ing every minute df the day in compe tition with the music of a steam Dlano and a merry-go-round on one side of the hall and the Marine Band on the other. The Judging of exhibits began shortly after noon and waa followed with in terest. The work of passing upon the respective merits of the exhibits will not be completed until tomorrow, when the premium winners will be announced. Tomorrow will bo the first day of the horse show, and this feature, the first of its kind ever held at Rockville. Is Deing looKeri rorward to with Interest. Tomorrow's racing program Includes iwo Harness ana two running events The entries for the other races are as ioi lows: First race 2:25 trot; purse, J300. Miss Nlmps, Berkley Stock Farm, Berkley, Va.; Joy Direct. Thomas C. Keys, Rockville, Md.; Sidney Dayton, W. B. Mitchell. Baltimore. Md.; Von March. f. r. Tippet. Cheltenham, Md.; Jack Brereton. Jr.. J. M. Kellam, Cradock- viue. va.; Ben Night. O. W. Hall, Bealeton. Va.; Great Stakes, H. C. Nelson, South Richmond. Va.; Prin cess Proem, F. M. Hanson. Bridgetoh, Del.; Berka, J. Morris, Washington, D. C. Second race 2:25 pace; purse, $300. Linda, T. D. Jones. Washington, D. C.: Prince L.. W. P. Taylor. Kellar. Va.; Cora Wiggins. J. L. Wldmyer, Wash ington. D. C: Beauty Patchen. L. R. Osborne. Frederick, Md.; Ella Brooke, Morton & Mclntyre, Augusta, Ga.; Bonnie Chimes, E. Frazler, Baltimore, Md.; Miss Flinch. H. C Fawcett. Po tomac, Md.; Axis, W. E. Miller, Wash ington. D. C Third race Running: mile dash; purse, $100. Fourth race Five furlongs; running; purse, $100. The '.nines" tet,Sltyte&2, 5 te net close until 4 o'clock this afternoon!! "lbie, Il "JSlf.Wr. hJM With characteristic thoroughness we have prepared this great fipy j Hi ajif ir CHECK DIMITY Three yard waist patterns of fine quality white Check Dimity, in a good range of pretty checks: sold regularlv at 15c a yard. Total value, 45c. OQn Sale price, 3 yds. for &U CANNON CLOTH 3 - yard waist patterns of white Cannon Cloth, with Irish linen finish., steam shrunk grade, sold regularly at xz 'Ac a yara Total value, 42c. Sale price, 3 yards for 29c MAHQ.UISETTE 3H yard waiat patterns of fine quality white Im ported Mercerized Marquisette, fine even mesh quality, aold regularly at 16c a yard. Total value, OQn 53c. Sale price, 3 yds. for tiU BOe TAFFETA 19-inch heavy quality all silk Black Taffeta, firm woven stronir srrade. every yard guaranteed to wear. Sold regularly at SOc a yd. Sale 29c price 75c PONGEE SILK 24-Inch aU pure silk Pongee, In tan and coral, with neat self-colored figures. Sold regularly at 75c yd. Sale OQ price iU TAnLK OILCLOTH 6-quarter Table Oilcloth, the beat quality manufactured, in plain white, mar ble, and tiling effects. Sold reg ularly at 29c a yard. Sale 00 price, TWO YAHDS for bUKZ APRON GINGHAM Five" yarda of Standard quality Apron Ging hams, in blue, green, and brown checks, warranted fast colore. Sold regularly at 8c yard. OQrt Sale price, FIVE YARDS for UUV, BLEACHED MUSLIN Five yarda of auperlor quality Bleached Mus lin, full 36 Inches wide, round thread firm woven grade free from dressing. Worth 10c a yard. xoiai vaiue, boc. Bale price. 29c tflVE yards for 50c SUSPENDERS Men'a wide ly known "President" Suspenders, in various neat colorings; always aold by leading men'a furnishings stores for SOc a pair. Sale QQ. price ZUC 60c and 91 NECKWEAR Spe cial lot of men's fine quality Neck wear, including all-silk Four-in-hand Ties, and Accordeon knitted silk Ties, in two tone colorings. Sold at 50c and $1.00 each, nfju Sale price : u. CHILDREN'S DRAWERS Good quality Muslin Drawers, with clus ter tucks and hem, or tucked ruf fle: all sizes up to 10 years, nn. ISale price, FOUR pairs for. .. u.J, ELOPERS SUCCEED IN WEDDiNPi PLAN AFTER LONG DELAY J. T. Warring Had Home All Ready When Girl's. Mother Objected. The furniture which James T. War ring, a young messenger in the Post office Department, purchased more' than a year ago with a view of going to housekeeping,, but was prevented be cause tho mother of the would-be bride knocked In the head all marriage plana, la going to be used now. Young War ring, according to dispatches from Bal timore this afternoon, reached the Mon umental city this morning, and accom panied by Miss Mattle LL Danforth, of 408 Ninth street southwear, procured a marriage license. It is expected tha marriage will take place this afternoon, and the couple will return to Wash ington tonight , More than a year ago Warring, who Uvea at 1021 Thirtieth street. George town, and Miss Danforth planned to elope. The would-be bride waa only eighteen years old at that time. The moaher of Miss Danforth heard of the plans and kept such a close watch on a flat and had furnished it. when he learned it would be Impossible to elope with tho girl he broke the lease on the fiat and put the furniture In storage. The family of Mr. Warring expressed no great surprise at the news of the elopement. "We knew they would get married at the first opportunity," said Bruce War ring, his father, when told of the elope ment. "James left home ust nignt and declined to say where he was going. We did not think at the time there was a likelihood of an Immediate elopement. So far as his family Is concerned, there was no objection to the marriage. The mother of Miss Danforth objected to it, I understand, because they thought the girl Is too young. Twice Run Down. STAMFORD. Conn.. Aug. 2S. Frank Miller, of New Canaan, was run over by two automobiles last night near his homo. In the second was Donald Soott a New York publinher. and hU wife. Mr. Scott took Miller In the car to the police station. Ho waa not hurt he said. It Pay to Deal 50c Shetland Veils at 29c Each A new arrival of, these, attractive Shetland Veils In a large va riety of the lateatnand most effective novelties. Choice of either "White or black. 1 yards long. While they last. 29c each. You COp STOCKINGS Women's regu lar 50c quality Lisle Stockings. In all-over and boot lace designs, al so plain lisle. Choice of black, and such desirable colors as light blue, pink, light and dark gray, mats, lavender, and navy OQr blue. Sale price, pair uVK, BOe STOCKINGS Children's reg ular 2Ec quality lxl Mercerized Lisle Stockings, in warranted fast DiacK. uouDle ncci. toe. ana knee. Sale price, TWO 29c BOe ART GOODS German Linen drawn work Bureau Scarfs and Pillow Shams, with five rows of drawn work and' hemstitching. Scarf 8 are 18x54. and shams are 30x30. Actual 50c values. 0(L Sale prlco &UK, 50c PILLOWS 25 dozen Silk Floss Plllowa, aoft and fluffy, cov ered with heavy white cambric, size 22x22 inches. Sold reg- OQn ularly at 60c each. Sale price tV lOe HANDKERCHIEFS Wom en's pure Linen Initial Handker chiefs, of fine sheer quality laced edge Handkerchiefs, worth OQ. 10c each. Bale price. SIX for (Uit, 50c FLOUNCING8 Fino .quality Swiss Embroidery Flouncings, full 27 Inches wide. In a linn of new patterns. Including filet and an glais effects. Regularly SOc OQn yard. Sale price LtUiJ BOe ALL-OVER LACE New styles In Oriental Lace All-Overs, 18 Inches wide, choice of white and cream color. Smart designs for ran trimmings. J oc ular 50c value at 29c 60e SILK BANDS Point Venice Lace and Black Japanese Silk Em broidered Bands, up to 4 lnchea wide. The newest and moat de sirable trimmings for fall OQn gowns. Sale price, yd tOV, 75c CRIB COMFORTS Ten dozen 86x64 Crib Comforts, covered with best grade allkoline; light and dark colors; finished with 4-lnch ruffle; some plain one aide. OQn Sale price td BOe AND T5e PICTURESr-Lot of large size Framed Pictures; 1 inch to 2 inch mouldings of gilt and dark wood; suitable for ball, den. parlor, dining room or back OQn room. Sale price..... m WOMEN'S NIGHT 6OWK8 Good quality Muslin Night Gowns, made with tucked yoke and small ruf fle around neck and sleeves; are long and full; all sizes. Sale OQn price .......-...-St TORPEDO T SWEPT ASHORE . AT Six of Navy's Fighters Dam aged by Hurricane at Navy Yard. i (Continued from First Page.) city Alone, and perhaps a hundred when report are received from Isolated spots on the coast. Wrecks of small craft are floating to the city today, telling the story of deaths at sea. A mass of debris clogs the low-lying sections of the city, in habited mostly by negroes and fisher men. The property loss was estimated today to be about $2,000,000. A hun dred families are homeless, their houses having literally been blown to pieces by the 100-mile an hour gale,, or swept be neath monster waves that flooded the outlying sections of the city. Men from outlying lslanda are reach ing Charleston today with stories of de vastation. Thousands of head of cat tle were washed out to sea by an un Drecedented rise In the tides, and. in many places entire houses were swept on the waters, the Inhabitants clinging to the wreckage until the debris wab washed asnore. Keports received here from the vicinity of Charleston say that rice and sea Island cotton crops were utterly ruined. There la grave danger of starvation or natives or. the eiricxen section unless aid can be extended to them at once. Travelers from Charleston reaching here today declared that the South Carolina city felt the full force of the hurricane. Great trees were uprooted, scores of buildings unroofed, and aand blown Into the sewers ad streets. The sewerage system was reported to have been completely clogged. A score or more of schooners. Including several Government vessels, are lying helpless on the beach around the harbor, ana the sea wall has been partially demol ished. Flee on Train. Tybee Island, a summer resort at the mouth of the Savannah river, suffered great damage, but hotel guests fled to the city on a special train. Reports filtering in from smaller com munities in the path of the storm say that the'eotton crop was burled in the sand and corn beaten flat by the force of the wind and rain. Whole tracts of pines owned by the "Turpentine trust" Squade of volunteers today searched! JL at GoldeabergV CHARL TI tomorrow s " 29c Sale and the result is a great demonstration of the wonderful power of even such a small sum as 29c at this store. will only need to read over the items nary savings offered. Certainly the incentive to come tomorrow and supply your needs in this sale at 29c will be strong enough to attract a record crowd of shrewd shoppers, for in every instance you will be able to buy seasonable merchandise that commands much higher prices at all other times. No mail or phone orders filled for items advertised in tomorrow's "29-cent Sale." Shaving Combination, 29c for 70c Value Here is a Combination Sale that la sure to please the men folks, and every shopper with husband, son or brother should take at least one set home with them tomorrow. 1 25c "Nevershed" Shaving Brush. 1 5c Cake Williams' Shaving Soap. 1 10c Box Borated Velvet Talc. Powder. 1 15c. Jar "Cleanhand" Pow der. 1 15c Men's Narrow Dressing Comb. 70c vnlue, for 29c SOc WASH TUBS Heavy double coated Galvanized Iron Wash Tubs, family size, with drop han- OQA dies. Sale price. ., 6V, 50c TEA KETTLES 10-plnt size Enameled Tea Kettles; good qual ity, aold at 69c each. Sale OQn price iUK 50c CARPET BROOMS Four string Carpet Brooms, made of se lected broom corn, strongly sewed. Regular price, 50c OQn each. Sale price iJ SOc RICE BOILERS Four-pint size Enameled Rice Boilers, the seamless Kind. Regular 69c 29c value. Sale price Oc CUTLERY Seta of six each, steel knives and forks, with coco bola handles. Twelvo pieces in each set; sold regularly at OQn 50c. Sale price LiXJV 50c WATER PITCHERS Large alze crystal glass Water Pitchers, In popular Colonial shape. Clear, Iierfect quality. Sold regu arly at 50c .each. Sale OQn price iiOKf, 69o SAUCEPANS 20 -.pint size Enameled Seamless Saucepans, with covers. Your chance to se cure a needed kitchen uten sil at a big saving. Sale OQn SOc WASH BOILERS Extra qual ity .Tin Wash Boilers, strongly made. Regular SOc value. OQn Sale price CtOv, 75c CHINAWARE Sets of six English Decorated China Dinner or Soup Plates, In neat green de signs. Sold regularly at- 75c OQn a set Sale price tUV the wreackage on the streets looking ror the dead. Reports from Savannah say that no trolley cars are yet running, trees' are down, and half a dozen buildings great ly damaged by the force of a gale that reached a velocity of seventy. five miles an hour. A brief rtlspatoh received here today from Brunswick. Ga.. reported that that town had suffered from a violent storm lost night, great damage being done by a gale, heavy rain, and rising tides. The- wireless station at Brunswick waa demolished. Reporta this afternoon say that many building were unroofed on St. Simmons and Jekyl .Island, near Savannah. Ga. The club house on Jekvl Island was blown down, it was reported. Four Lives Lost and Crops Ruined by Flood In Western New York mrFFALO. N. Y.. Aug. 29.-The worst floods in western New York in forty years resulted from torrential rains dur ing the last seventy-two hours. Four lives have been lort and many crops ruined. Railroad and trollev traffic Is at a standstill while highways are under wa ter in many places. Mosquito Saves Man From Falling Hammer SHARON. Pa., Aug. 29. A mosquito saved the life of John Mahoney today. He waa passing a building In course of construction when a workman on the top floor accidentally dropped & heavy hammer. At the same instant a mosquito tried to Alight on Mahoney's nose, causing him to Jerk his head backward. The hammer grazed his face and chipped a piece out of the stona pavement. Had the hammer struck Mahoney on the head it would have crushed his skull. CHILDREN'S ILLS IN SUMMER The hardest period of a child's life is during the heated term. It is then that the little men and women become so subject to stomach and bowel troubles. With one it manifests itself in the form of obstinate constipation, with an "ffTCfP other the very reverse diarrhea. One is aa n r41 niznc v a am as dangerous aa the other. Conati cvnnn patkra makes the child" lose appetite and SYRUP PEPSIN aleeg, makes it languid and sickly-looking. Diarrhea weakens it and destroys appetite and energy. Piles, pimples, erup tions, itch, worms, etc., follow in the train until many a m jther feels that her child is indeed very ill. But these are all troubles that can be easily cured. The child needs a few doses of a remedy like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, the grand laxative and tonic. Parents can make no possible mistake by giving it Syrup Pepsin, as the chances are always in favor of the child needing a laxative. It is sold in two sizes, 50 cents and $1.00, and any druggist can supply you. It cannot be mentioned too strongly that parents should look closely after the welfare of the children during the hot months. If you would like to try it before buying send your address for a FREE SAMPLE BOTTLE to DR. W. B. CALDWELL, 400 Caldwell Bldg Monticello, I1L Men's Soft Neglige Shirts ?Qr Regular 75c Values at &ZJKj This offering of men's soft Neglige Shirts at 29c deserves the prompt attention of every man who wants to replenish his stock of shirts at an immense saving. They ara fuU cut and perfect fitting Neglige Shirt of soft, lustrous quality Pongettc, in light and dark patterns, made with soft turn-back cuffs. Sizes. Hi to 16. Ideal In every way for present wear smart and comfortable shirts that every man will find to his liking .and will be glad to buy at the low price we. name for tomorrow's sale 29c lnsstead of 75c. Men'a Furnishings "Dept. lat floor.. list of bargains for to form an idea of the extraordi- I 35c TOWELS Hemmed Bleach ed Turkish Towels, heavy double thread grade, large size. Sold reg ularly at 25c each. Total value 50c. Sale price, TWO OQn 50c TABLE DAMASK 60-inch Mercerised Satin Table Damask, extra heavy weight and handsome satin luster. In five new and at tractive patterns. Regular- OQn ly SOc yd. Sale price LZ TOWELING Five yards of Bleached Check Toweling, in plain white, alao with red border. Worth 7c a yard. Total value. 36c. OQn Sale price. FIVE YARDS for tl MASSAGE CREAM Pompeian Masaage Cream, regular 39c Jar of this famous brand to- OQn morrow at tV WOMEN'S SOc PAD , SUPPORT ERS Large Satin or Fine Satin Covered Pads, 'with four straps of silk or lisle elastic; all col ors. Best 60c kinds. Sale price 29c 50c BABY RIRBON All Silk Baby Ribbon, full 50. yard spools, all colors. Sale price, 9Qp spool ." tdJ 50c RD3BONS Wide Black Satin and Black Velvet RHfbons;-Just the thing for the new waist bows (all bows tied free). Sale price, OQn MEN'S 5c HANDKERCHIEFS Men's Large Size White Hem stitched Handkerchiefs, soft finish. Sale price.. SEVEN 9Q SOc COLLARS AND YOKES Lot of imported Point Venice Lace Square Collars and Yokes, in many beautiful patterns. Sale OQn price uO WOMEN'S DRAWERS Good quality muslin drawers, with tuck ed ruffle; seams are filled and fin ished; cut full; all lengths. OQn Sale price. TWO pairs for... tOK, WOMEN'S PETTICOATS -Good quality Musltn Petticoats, 36 in. long; made with, tucked ruffle, and finished with draw string. OQn Sale (price uUV GOLD BUTTONS Men's famous "Krementz" gold plated Collar Buttons, every one fully guaran teed to wear. Choice of all the most desirable styles and shapes. Sold regularly at 25c each. Total value, 75c. Sale price, OQn THREE for ..; AUC ALL MEN IN ARMY . TO BE VACCINATED AGAINST TYPHOID Officials Convinced Uncle Sam's Force Can Be Made r Immune From Fever. Within a period of lesa than a year every officer and enlisted man in the United States army will be theoretically Immune from typhoid fever. Army aur geons insist that they will not be merely theoretically immune, but that they will be actually so. An order has been Issued by Gen. Leonard Wood, chief of staff of the army, directing the aurgcons in the whole service to begin the process of inoculating the army against typhoid, the greatest enemy any permanent fighting force has. It has taken many years for the medical authorities of the army to de cide that vaccination should become compulsory. They at first made it en tirely optional with the men. and not until the maneuver division was mo bilized in Texas six months ago did the first compulsory order go out. Every officer find man in that nody of trcops was vaccinated, and not a fatal case of typhoid was contracted by the division. This experiment waa convinc ing. Surg. Gen. George H. Torney has just recommended vaccination to Secretary Stimson. and the Secretary has decided that tho whole army a hould have the benefit of this protection. Housecleaning Outfit, 55c Value for 29c The following special House cleaning Combination is offered at about one-half the usual cost of these needed articles if you bought them separately. One Feather Duster, regular ly 15c One Dusting Brush, regularly 10c. One Japanned Dust Pan. regu larly 10a One Scrubbing Brush, regu larly 10c 2 packages of Grandma's Washing Powder, regularly 10c. Total value SOc. Sale price, SOc BOYS' SOc NIGHT ROBES Spe cial rot of boys good quality white Cambric Night Gowns, made in collarless style, sizes to fit boys from 10 to 16 years. OQn Sale price u3. BOYS' OOc CAPS Balance of our stock of boys' regular SOc all wool Golf Caps. In light patterns, fine quality Casslmeres and Worsteds, with taped seams and non- OQn 'breakable visors. Sale price t3 BOYS' SOc SHIRTS Balance of our stock .of boys' fine quality Neglige Shirts of madras and chambray, in a variety of neat patterns. 12 to 14 sizes. In neck band or collar attached OQn styles. Sale price itUx, SOc DRESS GOODS 54 - Inch Black-and-white Shepherd, Checks. In the popular small alze checks, which are so much In favor OQn for fall wear. Sale price.... tD $1 DRESS GOODS Fine quaUty all wool Imported French Voile, in cream color; 44 Inches wide, the product of a noted French maker. Actually worth 81.00 yard. OQn Sale price tl, SOc GAS LIGHTS Inverted Gas Lights, with brass burner and twin wheel adjustment. Complete ready to attacn. Regular boc value. Sale price 29c CHILDREN'S PETTICOATS Nainsook Petticoats, with waists attached: trimmed with cluster tucks, lace insertion, and lace edges: from 1 to 4 years. OQn Sale price iu, CHILDREN'S ROMPERS Good quality Cambric Rompers, In blue, , and broken checks: made with pocket and belt: finished with elastic at knee. Sizes up OQn to 6 years. Sale price itOK WOMEN'S DRESSING 8ACQUES Short Lawn Dressing Sacques, made with sailor collar: three quarter length sleeves, with turn back cuffs; fitted back, with belt: in neat figures and designs. OQn All sizes. Sale price tSUL rrVER'S EXTRACTS These fa- ' mous extracts, in all the best known odors, half-ounce hot- OQn tie, for MifK, CHILDREN'S DHESSES Percale Dresses, made hubbard style, with neat pink and blue figures; sizes 6 months to 3 years. Sale OQn price. TWO for X7C 75e WATER SETSr-CrysUl Glass Water Sets. In Colonial shape, con sisting of six glasses and large pitcher. 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