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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TIIUKSDAY, OCTOBEJt 3, 1012.
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.Australia's' High Corrjmis.
;.siopof Is"Gu'es't of Citizens
AtthQ Wizard. .
Blr. Oeorgs Held, high commlst6ner
, fof Australia In London, io tendered
', luncheon under tlie auspices -of the.
t Washington Chamber of Commerce at
the Wlllard ot 13.30. o'clock today.
Thoso present In tho party were Com
missioner Cuno II. Iludolph, Capt James
r. Oyster, preatdent of th chambers
Charles J. Belt and 1). J. Callahan.
Vlv. president William V. pu,do and
Kobert..tt. Harper, former presidents:
. Dr. 'William St. Pavldspn, luporlnlen-
dent- of schools; John Barratt, director
general of the Pan American' Union; A.
D. Marks, general manager .of tho
Washington Tost; J. W. Hunter, Ren
eral manager of, the Washington Her
ald, Rudolph Kauffman, managing- edi
tor of the Evening Btnr, and Fred A,
Walker, general manager of the Wash
.The distinguished guest arrived last
night with Lady Held and Dr. O. Cooke
Adams, of Chicago, for soveral days'
visit to tho National Capital.
After the luncheon today they made
a trip to Ml. Vernon. Commissioner
Kudolpn will entertain the visitors at a
box party at the TJolasco Theater to
night. 8lr George II. Tteld was prime min
ister of tho Australian commonwealth
In 1901-CO, and has been high commls-Inner-
slnea 1910. He Is ana of the lead
ing statesmen of tho British empire. He
IB iiuv. wil rvum .lull ,J,.n,iu .-
don. He was met at the station last
night by Capt. James I''. Oyster, presi
dent of the Chamber ot Commerce, and
Thomas Grant, Its secretary.
Blr George Is a, leading worker for In
ternational peace, und Is a. great ad
mirer of (Andrew Carnegie. Ha Is also
an enthusiast on tho subject of Austra
lia's future, believing that countiy Is
destined to bo the center ot a great Anglo-Saxon
civilization In the Antipodes.
blr George declares there Is a bond be
tween tho American and tho Australian
peoples, and says It has been welded
even more closely through the comple
tion ot the Panama canal by tho United
ORDERS GRAND JURY
TO PROBE DUELING
Justice Stafford Solcmly Demands
Investigation Required by '
Membt.rs.of the new grand Jury pricked
up their ears In Criminal Court, No. 1,
i esterday when Justice Stafford solemn
ly Instructed them to Investigate dueling
In theJMslrlct. . i
, IUarag explained fey; the oourt thaf.tho
j lawMgQvemlng 'thTiiraniK Jury"dated
back to the -days when men settled their
differences with pistols nr swords, and
thaWtt Is still mandatory to order an
Inquiry into dueling.
Fred W. Behrena was appointed fore
man. The other members are Norman
A, Atchison, Charles P. Arnold, Alonxo
I,. Ames. Joseph Howard. Bernard Walls
John W. Edmunds, James B. Wright,
Joseph A. Whitfield, Joseph R. Costlnell,
James J. Welsh; Robert Campbell. Ed
gar L. Barclay, James A. Glenn, George
K. Ksputn, wmiam A.,.uirKiey. v. k.
Lake. William D Humphries, Waller A.
Knott, Soujhey P. Zachcry, Robert T.
Ballard, James 13. Oroi, and James B.
By Fall from Horse
FORT YELLOWSTONE. W0. Oct. 1.
Lieut.. Robert Lounsberry. quarter
master In tho rirst Caalry. Second
Squadron, was thrown from a horse and
Kitiea wnen a iroop norse coinapa wnn
his mount i
Lieutenant Lounsbcrrv was married
threa months ago.
Narrow skirts not only
makq the feet more conspicu
ous, but worse yet make
them look larger than they
are unless you wear the
right kind of a shoe.
This DIRECTOIRE MODEL
carries a high arch and short
its lines have
it is slender,
King Cslf i
Cloth Top U 00.
Or you mar havs
Ruttla Calf .am
Kegal Shoe to.
1003 Penna. Ave.,
Washington. D. C.
Purchase of Trlm-tied
Values Worth $3.50 to $500
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Choice at t k3
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A purchase of stylisl) jJri'mrned Ready-to
vjear Hats th'at.will prove a surprise and de,
Ilght to women who appreciate what it means
to be able to buy a new fall hat'at far (ess than
regular cost. t
They' aro in a large variety of becoming
shapes, including, small, medium, and large hats
in plain and draped styles made of velvet, com
binations of velvet and satin or velvet and
Some are self-trimmed with bows of silks
or velvets, others are trimmed with fancy feath
ers and moire silk bows. Every favored color
is represented, including black, navy blue,
brown, black-and-white, black-and-royal, black-
Choice tomorrow of value's sold regularly at $3.50 Jo $5.00,
for $1.08. '
"IT rVkYS-TO DtXL ., ATOOLDENBCrtO"
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, EVCNTH AWP-K "THEPEeENDAPLCSTORjtw
' WOMEN'S NECKWEAR 25c .Values at 10c
Odds and ends of Women's Fall Nockwear, conslstlnirof nobes
plerro Collars, In hlh and low effeotsj Dutch Collars. Jabots, lace
ttlmmed Uot Collars, etc. ......
Brand nsw styles for fall wear, Cholca at 10c.
Tapestry' Couch and Table Covers
$2.50 and $3.00 Values at $1.48
'A mill sample lot on solo tomorrow,at unusual savlngs.
Made ot heavy weight Tapestry, consisting of Couch Covers, 60 to
60 Inches wide, and 3 yards long:, in handsome' oriental stripes and fig
ures, also Silk Mercerized and heavy Armure Tapestry Table Covers, In
,'8-quartor ' and 10-quartcr sizes. Various colorings, finished with tassel
fringe on all sides. Friday at 11.48 each.
WE TRIM ALL HATS
fREE Of CHARGE
BOYS' f ALL HATS . PRICE AND LESS
Purchase of Spear & Co'$ sdmplelines, surplus tots
ami cancellations. The greatest bargains ever known
Spear &Co., prominent makers of Bpys hats, whose styles arc recognized everywhere for high quality, cor
rect fashion, and superior value, sold us their entire surplus lots, sample lin6s and cancellations at a figure that per.
mits-us to offer the most sensational values iri boys' hats on record. ' u , ( ' ,
Every new and wanted style for boys of all ages from 2 to 15 years' is represented in the sale, which in
cludes ajl the most popular shapes for fall and winter wear. All made of fine quality materials, such as Velours,
Plushes, Fur Wool Felt Cloth, Scratched and Long Hair Fur and Novelty effects, in bjack,, white, and all the lead
Shapes Include tho popular "Jack Tar," Broad-brim Boating styles, "LHtlo Jack Horner," Cone, -English Crusher.
"Rah, Ilah," French Middy, Telescope, Small-brim Sailors, and 8mall Junior styles, AH In perfect condition, fresh out of their
boxes. " ,
Lot One Boys' Hets,
made to seH for $1.00,
Lot Two Boys' Hats,
made to sell for $1.50
and $2, Sale Price
Lot Three Boys' Hats,
made to sell for $2.50.
Lot Pour Boys' Hats,
made to seH for $4.00,
Dennis & Ellis'
Women's Fine Footwear
Sclline at 50 Cents on the Dollar
Crowds of appreciative shoe buyers filled the shoe department 'today tp tdke advantage pf the wonderful''
bargains offered as the result of our purchase of the entire stock of Dennis & Ellis, 1307 F'Street, who 'have-1'
retired from business in Washington. ' ' .
As is generally known to the majority of F street shoppers, Dennis & Ellis catered 'to tther best class of
trade in the city, and the footwear they carried was distinctive in style and superior inquality.
We are selling the Dennis & Ellis stock of, women's Highrgrade Shoes at such
tremendous reductions that the sale, is the biggest bargain event known in years!
The new Fall and Winter lines of Footwear aro included in the sale, which embraces a large assortment of styles in the latest mod
els and best leathers. Among the nost prominent makes are "Queen Quality," "Walk-Over," and "Regal" trade-mark brands, as well
as the famous productions of such weJl-Liown makers as Endicott, Johnson & Co., Ford, Harney Bros., Lindner Shoe Company, and
Lot 1 Dennis & Ellis Shoes
Sojd-Regularly at $2.50 fait L-
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$1 .45 A Pair
Dennis & Kills' stock ot Women's Footwear,
consisting of High and Low shoes In button,
blucher and lace styles: all the best leathers, such
is Patent Colt. Dun Metal, Vlcl Kid und Velvet,
with high and low heels, tipped and plain toes.
The assortment Includes such promlnint makes
as "Queen Quality," Endicott, Johnson & Lindner
Shoe Co 's brands.
Not evory size ln,ea)li lyle, but all sizes from
I to 8 In the lot.
Dennis & Kills' ptice, (210 pair. Our mice, (1 13
Lot 2 Dennis & Ellis Shoes
Sold at $3, $3.50, and $4 Pair
$1.95 A Pair
Dennis & Ellis stock of Women's High-clans
Footwear. Including High and I-ow Shoes In but
ton, blucher. and lace styles; of best grade and
moat popular leathers, such as Ilussla Calf, Patent
Colt, Oun -Metal. Vlcl Kid. Huede, and VcUet.
IInil-scw,ed und handrturned sole. High, and
low heels, tipped and plain toes. Stylish, up-to-ditto
lusts In the following makes ' Queen Quality,"
Harney llros, Lindner bhoe Co. und "II. G."
All sizes I n the lot from 1 to 8, but not every stzo
of ench stylo or make.
Dennis & Hills' price, 0.00, W 50, and H 00, pair.
Our price J1.9S pair.
Lot 3 Dennis & Ellis Shoes
Sold Regularly at' $4 and $5 Pair
$2.45 A Pair
Dennis i Cilia Finest Grades of I'ootwear. em
bracing all tho smartest fashions for fall and wtn
wear. High and Low Shoes of Russia Calf, Patent
Colt, Qun Metal. Vlcl Kid. Suede, and Velvet, In
cluding i:, H and 1 button Shoes High und low
heels, tipped and plain toes Hand-sewed and
turned soles. Cloth and leather tops.
Included aro such well-known brands as "Queen
Quality," "Walk-over." "Itegal" and many other
popular makes. All sizes In the 1st from 1 to 8.
We've Exactly 100 Women's Suits
Worth $19.75 41 g AQ
to Sell for . . qlA,lffO
These suits were ordered by a leading merchant in ' another
city fpr delivery Sept. 15th, and when they failed to arrive on
lime, the oder, was .cancelled. The makcrr rather than hold them,
offered 'us tht 'entire lot at a tremendous sacrifice. As a result we
cantorTer(you these stylish, well-tailored FalJ Suits at a saving of
close to'ljalf jirice.
8mnttJnup.-tjMate. models, fashioned, pf fine quality rcbbln. Cheviot,
'one -of the most fa, owd , material', worn this season. Coats are cut In
the latest effect, 3! Incnes-Ionlri'and lined with good quality satin) SMrt
has panel front and back", 'hlfh 'glfttfc wahit.t-nvi side foot pleats. A wry
attractive modol, certain ,to appeal' to women of good taste.
''Choice of black and navy blue. All sizes. Itegular 110 75 value for
Dennis &. Kills'
price H13 pair.
prices, t(00 and 13 00 pair. Our
Dennis & Ellis' entire stock of Women's Rubbers, Inclndlnir Storm
j jssf as fr i 1 ucnnis 4; tins' enure stock of n omen's HUhuers, incinuinif storm ssfv .
Women s 73c Kiiuucrs nu,,,rs' ,n n s,ics frm 3 ( s Denni5 e,i,s' pr,ce' ",c ,a,n oxf c
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Remnant Sale of
Boys' TanCovcit Cloth Itcefcrs,
with emblems on sleeves; fall
weight; sizes 2V4 to 10 years.
Itecular J3.W grade. Sale f QQ
price ....' 51.7C)
Doss' and Children's iiats; broken
slzesV mostly Juvenile styles; Reg
ular 75c and 1 00 values. Bale nr.
prico ..,,. uOL
Boys' Double-breasted Suits, nith
knlckcrbocker pants; all tnncy pat
terns: sizes 9 to 17 years, Sold up
to $1 00 a suit. Sale (PI r7Q
Boa' Black 'Tricot' Cloth Soft
Collar Shirts; heavy weight; sizes
1JV4. 13. and 13J only. Item- or
nant Bsle price, TWO for ttO,
Boys' Slip-on Tan Raincoats; plaid
backs; broken sizes. Reg
ular $3.00 values. Rem- (PI QQ
nunt Sale price 3JL07
Boys' Russian Belted Wash Suits,
In white and colors; some with
short sleeves; small sizes. Regular
Jl 00 and 11.60 grades. Rem- -Cfkn
nunt Sale price Utrl
Boys' Gray Coat 'Sweaters; sizes
:c, 30, and 32 only. Regular
COa and 75c alucs. Remnant OCn
Sale price 0j
Bojs' Fall-weight Double-breasted
Reefers; emblem on tho sleeves;
some have velvet collars; blue and
fancy stjles; broken sizes from 2Vi
to 10 veirs. Regular S0O ffO QQ
alues. Salo price .'.. w&tOV
bumplo strips of Laces from to
13 Inches wide, Including Band
ings, Kdses. nnd All-Over Laces,
In white, cream, black, and colors
Sold off the piece as high as Jl
urd Remnant price, per c
length :..... ;........ OC
bumplo strips of Laces, from 2 to
6 Inches wide. In edges and Inser
tions, choice of white, black, and
colors Sold off tho piece at 23c
ai'd 29o yard. Remnant price, -tn
per length ,.,. XC
Remnant ICt of Swiss, Cambric,
and. Nainsook nmbrolderles. In
edges and Insertions Worth Sc
and 8c yard. Remnant price, q
Remnants of Embroiders Tlounc
Ings, 18 Inches wide. In useful
lengths for waVtti and children's
ilrJSBes Worth 29c ard, fQn
Remnant pi Ice, yuid XOk
Sensational Selling of LARGE RUGS
A Friday clean-up of small'tots of Floor Rugs that presents the most remarkable economies known
this season. If you have a rug need, come to our fourth floor tomorrow and see these splendid quality
rugs we have marked at close to flALF PRICE.
Ixii One i! heavy-weight, 9-wlie
Brussels Rugs, consisting or Alex
ander Smith's "Nepperhum" and W.
& J. Sloune's best grades. In largest
room size Oxl.' ft), also Alexander
Smith's 10-wlre "Pjillllpsburg" Brus
sels Rugs in ft ft. 3 by 10 ft. 6. Seam
less kind made In one plecn Choice
or floral, medallion, and convention
al designs.. Light and dark color
ings. Regulai 118 W vol- flH A QQ
lie. "Remnant price.,, a... DAU0
Lot To 18 largest room size (9x
12 ft.) Axmlnster and Wilton Vehet
Rugs, the latter made In one piece.
Choice of floral, medallion, and ori
ental designs, In tan, green, blue,
rose, and red colorings. Subject to
s 1 1 g li t Imperfections.
RegulaS $25 00 -value. QIO Qr
Remnant price 510.a)
Lot Thiee U all-wool Brussels
Rugs, size 6 ft. 9 by 9 ft., and 7 ft. 6
by 9 ft., for small slzo rooms. Well
knonn Hartford and Alexander
Smith's makes. Some are seamless.
Choice" of floral, mcdulllon, and
9ontntlonal designs. In Parlous
color combinations. Reg
ular J1000 value. Rem
Silk and Satin
An accummulutlon of short lengths
and remnants of Silk and Satin Lin
ings to be closed out tomorrow at
a fractlun of regular cost.
The lot Includes Silk Repps, Mes
calines, Luxura Satins, and' many
other grades, In various colors;
Sold by tho yard at 75c to 1150.
Triced us follows, according to
rteiiinant lot of Black lallor's Sat
een, full Hi Inches wide, fine mer
cerized giadcs sold off the piece up
to JOo yard. Lengths from
2 to 8 yards. Remnant 1 )lhn
price, yuid liC
25c Window Shades,
0 dozen opaque cloth Window
Shades "secinds" of tho regular
25c kind Size 3i ft., mounted on
good strong spring rollers. Various
The hurts aie Iminuteilal, and do
not affect tho nppcaralice or ser-
At Remnant Prices
Men's Seamless Half Hose, with
reinforced heel and toe; fast black
and tan; all sizes. Regular 12Hc (
value. Sale price tH
Men's Union Suits; good, heavy,
elastic quality; extra well-made and
finished: all sizes. Regular QC
11.25 quality. Sale price Oul
Men's Night nobes, of good qual
ity muslin and cambric; with and
without collars: nearly all sizes.
Regular COc and 75c grades, QQn
Men's Wool Coat Sweaters; good,
lieavy quality, white and gray with
inaroon borders; all sizes.
Regular J2.60 value. Sale tjf, PA
Men's 'Flanncletto Night Robes;
extra full cut and well made; In
light and dark effects: all
sizes. Regular 75c quality, Ctn
Salo price ,. OUC
Men's Derby Ribbed Underwear:
good, heavy quality; shirts and
drawers to match: nearly all
sizes. Regular DOc grades. QQn
Sale price OuC
Men's Coat Sweaters, mado with
collar and pockets: good heavy qual
ity; In gray only. Regular 75o CAn
value. Sale price ,,.. Oul
12k and 15c Draperies
at 61c Yd.
Less than actual mill cost. Rem
nants or yard wide Sllkollncs and
Scrim, In light und dark colorings,
choice of floral, Dresden and uoirt
Suitable for curtains, scarfs and
di aperies Lengths from 1 In 10
nrds. Remnant price, C'.ia sard.
Regular $3. value at
; $1.89 pair
Lot of 95 pairs of Australian
Wool-nap Blankets, In white,
gray, and tan; full 11-quarler
double bed size, with bordors of
blue and pink. Soft fleece finish,
full of warmth and service.
Have the appearance of all wool,
Triday at $1.89 pair.
NEW FALL SUITS
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For Men and Young Men (To rr ,
fifegufar $1 2.5(J valu $0?U3 ,
Men will be greatly interested in this sale,
for it offers an opportunity of securing a latest
style Fall Suit'at a substanial saving right at the
beginning of the season.
They are strictly pure wool worsteds in
stylish self-stripes and fancy cassimeres, in
brown and novelty stripes. Correctly tailored
in the newest cut for fall; coats lined with
serge; trousers full cut, with wide turn-up bot
toms. All sizes from 32 to 42. Never sold for
less than $12.50. Sale price, $8.65
Lot ot Men's Slip-on Rain Coats,
mado of rubberized cloth, with fancy
back. Regular J4.00 valuo. Sale price. .
39 pairs ot Men's Odd Pants, In worsted and
Cheviot; neat patterns; sizes from
m 36 to 4Z waist. Regular ?J uo values.
O Salo price
Men's New Fall Hats, ot all-wool,
sott stitched cloth: silk lined. Regu
lar (2 00 alucs. Salo prico
$3, $3.50 and $4 Lace Curtains
Offered friday at $1.95 pair
Left In the wake of tecent big curtain sales are these few of a kind
pairs of due quality Cablo Net, ScotLh, and Nottingham lico Curtains we
hae marked, for qu(clt disposal tomorrow at, Jl 93 a p-llr.
They are full-.SVs yards long, 18 to 60 Indies wide, in white, ecru and
price that sets a, new record foi un- exact copies of costly real Imported
laces. In plain, heavy worked and novelty designs. One to six pairs of
1.50 Comforts Odd lot of about
15 dozen large size Comforts for
double beds; covered with good
quarity sllkillnes In light and
dark colorings. Filled with pure
wnite cotton, scroll stitched quilt-
ca. Jieguiar ji.so values
30c and 35c Mattings
Reduced, to 19c Yd.
Tomorrow's sale includes sample
rolls of which we have but ono or
two rolls of A kind. They consist or
extra heavy-weight Seamless China
and superfine 1R0-warp Japanese Mat
tings, all close woven palmed finish
straw, In plain white, woven Inlaid
n&ures, carpet patterns, stripes and
checks. In all colorings.
30c and 33c Blades nt 19c n J aid.
Taffeta and Messaline Silks
Full pieces NOT Remnants' OQ
Regular 59c Qualities for . . .' F
A Friday close-out of silks at aprlce that sots ft new record for un
usual value-giving. Kvery yard new and desirable. Tho lot consists of 10
pieces of 20-Inch Colored Mescalines In tun, gold, blue, and changeable ef
fects and 8 pieces of Colored Taffetas In myrtle, biown, gray, gun
metal, light blue, stone, mals, and corn. Alt pure silk quality.
We will cut any length desired, an advantage, that will appeal to wom
en who want these sIlkB for waists and jnrcsses.
Remnants of fine Dress Goods
at 49c worth up to $1.25
Itemnants left from recent selling ot dress goods to go out tomorrow
at this little price. The lot contains all the most fashionable and desirable
weaves for fall wear. Including the following:
English Cheviot, ..Storm Sorgo... Scotch Hultlngs.,. Chiffon Panama...
French Broadcloth... Shadow Stripe Armure , English Sicilian ..Unilnlahcd
Worsted, .".French Serge, etc. Widths from ! to 64 Inches. Ulatk and lead
ing colors. - "
Values worth up to Jl.IJ for 49c jnid.
75c and 85c Linoleum, 29c sq. yd.
A new shipment or mill lengths or Cook'n Curli-fUlid Linoleum nu salo
tomorrow Tho heavy weight guide, in S-qiutiter width Lnutlm contain
2 to 21 squaro yards, and In man) Instances theie arc xcveiul pieces
ullkn In design.
Choice or light and ilurk colors, In mnmilr III", puiqiictte. and Inlaid
figures. Giades sold rigularly ut lie nnd (mc fin 'JOi. miiiuiu janl.
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