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TH WASHINGTON TBIES; FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1915. - - v:. News Notes and Gossip of Washington Smart Set GIRL IS DROWNED IN D. C. MACHINE GUN CO. Parcel Post Mail Orders Bring Our Store to Your Door CREEK NfAR LAUREL Carriage Overturned When Cou ple Attempt to Ford Stream. Woman Escapes. Store Hours: 8:15 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. Daily IS READY FOR CAMP Items ot Interest and Im portance of Past, Present, and Future Among Official and Fashionable Folk. The Secretary of the Interior and Mrs. Franklin K. Lane are expected to re turn to Washington tomorrow. Mr. and lira. Lane have been In Now York for about ten days, where they have made series of visits. The Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. Josephus 'Daniels returned to Washing ton Wednesday, after making; a stay of several weeks In Asheville, N. C. Congratulations are being received by Mr. and Mrs. George Y. Worthlngton upon the birth of a son born last Fri day. Mrs. Worthlngton was Miss Adele Waterman before her marriage last Oc tober, and made her home with her grandmother, Mrs. Thomas T. Turner, at her residence in New Hampshire ave nue. Nelson E. Perln, of Berkeley Springs, W. Va Is at the Shoreham. Mrs. Perln U at Bar Harbor. & Mr. and Mrs. William H. Bholes, who motored from Washington to Buffalo, where they have been for several weeks, left there Wednesday to motor to Qrlmsby, Canada. After a fortnight's atay there, they will go to New York and up the coast, returning to Wash ington about the llrst of October. Dr. George W. Atkinson, Jr., of Grace Episcopal Church, Georgetown, and Mrs. Atkinson, huvo returned from a five weeks' trip to the Panama exposi tion at San Francisco, including a tour through the Canadian Rockies, points along the Pacific coast and the Yellow atone park. Mr. and Mrs. Bvelyth E, Whiting and Mlsa Frances K. Whiting will leave Washington Monday to pass a fortnight on the Eastern Shore ot Maryland. . Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Hartley and family are at Corntlold Harbor, Md., for a stay of several weeks. Breckenrldge Rust, formerly of this city, who has been here for a vlalt, baa returned to his home In Philadel phia. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wlllett will close their bouse In Connecticut avenue next wetl and go to Cape May. . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frank Moore will leave Washington August as to spend a month in New Hampshire. Mrs. Charles H. Bradley and her child rcn are passing the summer at Sandy Spring. Aid., wneie tney are joined every week end by Mr. Bradley. Mr. Bradley is upending a few. days with Mr. and Mrs. John C. Heald at their home near Eethesda. Mrs. Samuel Hlttenhouso, who has been at htfr cottage at Rehoboth Buach, since sprllTfe, Is visiting her brothcr-ln- law and sister. Mr. an Mrs. WUliain B. Orme, at their resldcnr In George town. Mrs. Stuait Jackson, of Montcinlr. X. J , Is on her way to Bermuda, where she will make a short stay. Mrs. Jack son was formerly Miss Kllzabeth Cox, of this city. .J. Mrs. Louis McShune, of Baltimore. Is vls.tlng her mother, Mrs. Wheeler, and her sister. Miss Virginia Wheeler, at their apartment In the Roydon. Mr. ajid Mrs. C W. Colllere are stay ing at the Brltton farm near Bethssda during the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Cobb. Miss Lansing, who has been the guest ol her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robeit Lansing, left Wash ington todav for her home In Water-tow-, X. Y. -.J.- T. Carlo, of Spain, Is visiting the Spanish Ambassador and Mme. Rlano at Newport. Mrs. Felix Yturbe won the consolation prize at the nnnual putting tournament given by Miss Alice Scarborough, of Cincinnati, at the Virginia Hot Springs, yesterday. V Miss Dora Krupsaw has returned to her home in this city, after passing two weeks In Philadelphia and several in Atlantic City. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Davis and their daughter, Mrs. J. Y. Hamilton, have gone to Atlantic City. Mr. Davis Is convalescing from a severe Illness. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Marshall are at the Hotel Vanderbllt, In New York city. - Miss Agnes Golden and Miss Margar et Golden and Hugh Golden, of the Ontario, will visit Miss Anne Lumaghl at her homo in St. Louis tho first part of September. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Belmont arrived In Newport yesterday from Saratoga, N. Y., and are stopping with Mr. and MVs. August Belmont at By-the-Sea, where thoy will remain some time. W. 45. Hoover, of this city. Is spend ing several days at tho York Hotel, In New York city. The Duchess do Chaulnes has as her guests. In Xewpnrt, Mr. and Mrs. Or monde G. Smith, who arrived there by automobile yesterday from Shore monde, their house at Center Island, Long Island. $ -a. Miss R'.dlo Darnollle will go to Fredericksburg. Va.. Wednesday for a stay of seveiai weeks. " " -, J. k. I-fevre. Secretary of the Pana ma legation, left Wash'ngton yesterday ... V l. If. T AfnrA ...111 enl Mr. Lefevre will sail ior ipv juii. aMMgJMIl BURCHELL Get that Electric jk m Cloning out n pe- rIN cia ,nt ot fnnH nt GItEATI.Y I.OWint- NriXAT' K,) ,,,,CKSS Not lUW ,,,, left! National Electrical Supply Co. 1828-1330 .N.Y.Ave. Phone M. 0900 tomorrow for Cuba and Panama by the stoamer Pastores - Mr, and Mm. Thomas C. Ballev and Miss Hlen Bailey will go to Vcntnor, N. J next week for a lengthy visit. .. Recent arrivals at the Shoreham In clude Levi Smith, of Tamplco. Mexico; Eugene Cowles, F. G. Smith. J. M. Bodkin and Dr. Grnhnm lAwrtncs. of f Shelby vlllo. Kentucky: Henry Jewott urDer, jr., George Hodges ana Mrs. S. C. Southwlck. of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Wolcott, of Pittsburgh, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Ladd E. Sharp and daughtpr will leave Washington this week for the White Sulphur Springs to be takSMs of Mrs Sharp's brother. D. W. Huff. Later they will visit Mrs. Sharp's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. u. Huff, at their home In Wheeling, also make lengthy stops In Clarksburg and Fairmont, west Va. Mrs.. Whltelaw Reld Is entertaining a party at her camp In the Adlrondacki. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wardman, Who were In Washington for a few days, have returned to the Hot Springs, Va. -- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beale McLean have engaged boxes for the Newport horse show next week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Douglas ar rived at the White Sulphur Springs yes terday. Paymaster General H. T. B. Harris, TT. 8. N.. retired, and Mrs. Harris enter tained at -dinner last evening at Narra cransett Pier. - Mr. and Mrs. Charles I. Cragln, Mrs. Julia Kellogg Bradley and George de Bennevllle Kelm are some of the box holders at the horse show which opened today at White Sulphur" Springs. Mr. and Mrs. William Hall Walker have Issued Invitations for the third of a series of concerts at Brookslde In Great Barrlngton, Mass., on August 25. - Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Gerry took Mrs. William Hltt and Mr. and Mrs. John Hill on board their yacht, the Owera. to Narragansett Pier yesterday and en tertained them at luncheon in the Casino. - Preparations have been made for the marriage of Miss Margaret Frances An drews and Morgan Belmont tomorrow at noon In the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Andrews. Bishop Thomas F. Doran, of Providence, as Mated by the Rev. James T. Ward, of Newport, will perform the ceremony In tho drawing-room. Miss Andrews will wear a simple gown of white tulle with flounces over a petticoat of white satin with a scalloped edge, with lace at the hips and knees. The bodice of tulle will be V shape with elbow sleeves, with a band of rose point bordering It across the forehead and forming a border to the end of the train. The twelve bridesmaids will wear orchid colored satin veiled costumes in tulle of the same shade, edged with silver and gir dle of hydrangea blue, and blue hats with French flowers. They will carry purple orchids with blue ribbon stream ers. The bride's attendants will be the Misses Marie Taller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee Taller; Helena Fish, daughter of .Hamilton Fish; Katherlne W. Porter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Wyman Porter, of Tuxedo Park; Ethel Huhn, cousin of tho bride and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Huhn, of Philadelphia, who are passing tho summer In Newport; Dorothy Gor don King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Gordon King, of Newport and New York; Caroline Hulbcrt. of Cincin nati; Angelica Schuyler Brown, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. James Brown, of New York; Rhoda Fullam, daughter of Rear Admiral William F. Fullam, TJ. S. A., and Mrs. Fullam. at Newport; Dorothy Watts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip S. P. Randolph, of Phila delphia, who are at Narragansett. Raymond Belmont will be beBt man for his brother. The ushers will be his brother, August Belmont, Jr., and Will iam H. Chatfleld. of Cincinnati: Charles P. Curtis, Jr., Addison L, Bliss, and George L. Asplnwall, of Boston; Lewis Stuyvesant Chanler, Jr., C. Oliver Iselln, Jr.. Edwin D. Morgan. Jr., and H. Clay Morgan, of New York, and Samuel C. Hopkins, of Catsklll. N. Y. A reception will follow the ceremony from 12 until 3 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. August Belmont will entertain the bridal party tonight at their Newport estate, "By-the-Sea." - A quiet wedding took place yester day at 3 o'clock, when Miss Florence H. Light and Dr. Alexander W. Wil liams, U. S. A., were married In the Bethlehem Chapel of the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Richard R. Williams, archdeacon Woobwarfc & Xotbrop New York WASHINGTON Paris A GENERAL CLEARANCE OF Boys' Wash Suits. Knickerbockers and Blouses AT VERY LOW PRICES. GARMENTS OF QUALITY WHICH HAVE BEEN SELL ING AT MUCH HIGHER PRICES. trimmings. Blouses, 38c each. Were 50c. Low-neck and half-sleeve styles a limited but very good assortment; sizes 9 to IS years. Third floor Eleventh Bt. Many Entertainments Are Planned by the Leaders of Society in Washington. Gossip of Hostesses. of Washington and fatherpf tho bride groom. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Charles P. Light, wore a smart traveling suit of blue taffeta, with a black mallne hat, and she car rion n hmiauot of Dink roses. Miss Vclgh Hutchinson, of Lexington, N. C., tho maid of nonor, wore a wnue organdy gown, with a leghorn. hat, and her bouquet was also pink roses. Richard P. Williams, Jr., brother of the bridegroom, was best man. nr Williams and his bride left Im mediately after the ceremony for their wedding trip. They will sail shortly for the Philippines, where the former, who Is a first lieutenant In tho Medical Corps, U. 8. A., will be stationed. Among those entertaining at luncheon at the New WUlord yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. James M, Thompson. Mrs. Charles Dana Gibson, Mrs. Lee, mother of Robert E. Lee, 3rd, attd daughter-in-law of the famous Confederate gen eral; the Secretary of the War, Llndley M. Garrison; Senator Ollle James. Com missioner Oliver P. Newman and Gen. George W. Goethals. Capt. Hillary P. Jones, commanding officer on the battleship Florida, gave a danoe on board the ship last night In Newport, which was attended by a. largo party of young folks. Mrs. Edward cTPeter, wlfo of Judge Peter; Mrs. Howard Larcombe, Mrs. Wlllam H. Dorsey. and Miss Mam e Hogg will chaperon the annual Hlr dance, which will take nlace In Rock vllle at the New Seco Hall, Thursday evening, August 26, at 8:30 o'clock. The marriage of Miss Winnie Hall Blanchard. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Arthur Blanchard, and Carl Louis Oswald took place yesterday morning at the Church of the Incarna tion, Rev. William Tayloe Snyder offici ating'. Mr. and Mrs. Oswald left Im mediately after the ceremony fpr a. trip through the Adlrondacks They Will be at home after September 15 at UU Glrard street northwest. Miss Nora J. Rabbltt, daughter of ... nahhitf and the late William H. Rabbltt. became the bride of J. Thomas Shallcross. or wiimingion, jei., -nesday evening at the home of tho bride's mother In Glrard street, the Rev. P. C Gavin performing tho cere mony. . The bride wore a gown of French bluo taffeta, hand embroidered In shades of blue, and a large black velvet hat, and a corsage bouquet of lilies of the valley. The wedding music was played by Nor man Daly. . .,.. A reception for the two families fol lowed, after -which Mr. and Mrs. Khali cross left for Old point Comfort. The engagement Is announced of Miss Sallle M. Whlpp and Lester L. Schnare. Kansas Crop Will Walk to Market Farmers See Food for Million Sheep in Fields of Flat tened Grain. KANSAS CITY, Kan.. Aug. 13.-Floods can't keep Kansas down. Most States would have raised tho white flag over the heavy groin loss from rain and floods, but Kansas has the old ensign flying over the fort. Grain that lies on the ground, that tho hall and the winds and rain have knocked flat. Is to bo converted Into mutton. From every county farmers are sending orders for sheep and within thirty days there will be more than a million sheep feeding throughout tho Stato. Along every valley In the State un precedented rains sent the wnter out across the fields when the grain shduld have been ripening. Moro than a mil lion and a half acres of wheat and oats were ruined. With sheep getting fat on this grain, tho elimination of har vesting, threshing and marketing, the farmers are looking upon life a little more cheerfully these dayB. Wash Norfolk Suits, $2.75 each. Former prices, $3.50 and $4.00. Of tan and gray linens, crashes and khakis; sizes 7 to 17 years; well tail ored and cut to fit. Separate Wash Knickerbockers, 65c, 85c and $1.15 pair. Were 75c, $1.00 and $1.50. Tan linen and crash, white linen and duck and standard government khaki. Sizes 6 to 18 years. Russian and Sailor Wash Suits, Half Former Prices. Very desirable models and materials, In sizes 2 J4 to 8 years plain whitd and colors stripes, checks and contrasting LAUREL, Aug. IS. Miss Allle Kert cherville, sixteen-year-old daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. John Kertchervllle, was drowned hero yesterday afternoon, and Mrs. John Bigger narrowly escaped the, same fate in a small stream about four miles from here. The oouple, In a carriage, had to ford a small branch, badly swollen by the rain which fell tho day before. When they attempted to cross the stream, the current overturned their carriage and both were thrown into the water, Mrs. Bigger succeeded In catching hold of a barbed wire fence a short distance down the stream and later dragged her self out, while Tier friend disappeared from view. Mrs. Bigger gave the alarm, and a party was soon formed and went to the scene, but the body has not been found jet. Miss Kertchervllle made her home with Mrs. Bigger, who Is nearly pros trated by her death and her own narrow escape. The small stream In which she was drowned empties Into tho Patuxtent river at this point. Tho carriage In which they were rid ing was completely demolished, and the horse nearly drowned. Tide Traps Two Girls On Rocks; One Drowns NEW ROCHELLE. Aug. 18. Caught In a rising tldo and unablo to swim, Josephine O'Reilly, fifteen years old, was drawned In Hudson Park here. Florence DuVerman, fourteen, who was with her, was rescued by life guards and revived with a pulmotor. The girls went bathing early yester day afternoon, at low tide, and made their way out to some rocks, where they nat for several hours. The tide was coming In when they got ready to go ashore, but they did not notloe It and leaped off the rocks Into water over their heads. Mjss O'Reilly sank Immediately. MIsb Dudermnn managed to keep afloat and screamed for help. Half a dozen life guards brought Miss Duderman ashore, where sho was revived after half an hour's work. Not knowing that Miss O'Reilly had also been on tho rocks, the guards did not look for her. They did not know she had been lost until Miss Duderman. go ing to her dressing room, discovered fhe was missing. Life guards later recov ered the body. Supervisor Roberts Makes Playground Inspection Inspection of the District playgrounds was made this afternoon by George M. Roberts, who, on Monday wlll enter upon tho duties of supervisor. Roberts was accompanied by Daniel J. Donovan, temporary supervisor, vlco E. S. Martin, dismissed. Mr. Donovan has Installed In the play grounds department a ifew system of accounting, to determine the exact cost to .the District of the yearly malntcn nnro of each playground and of the bathing beach. Garden Party Tonight. Because of yesterday's showers the puffraglst garden Party, which was to have been given last night nt the home of Mrs. J. Edson Brlggs, 6 South Carolina avenue southeast, was post poned until tonight. It was announced today at Congressional Union headquarters. This Is the Bargain Spot Hart Schaffner & Marx Fine Suits - T-. .. .... -. , .. , . .. at H, Price The Variety of Fabrics and Styles Are Large. Styles for Men and Young Men. HART SCHAFFNER & MARX Fine Suits predominate at this sale. Other makes are also represented. Every Fancy Suit in the sale. Every Blue Serge Suit in the sale. GET IN EARLY $35 SUITS Reduced to $17.50 $30 SUITS Reduced to $15.00 $25 SUITS Reduced to $12.50 $20 SUITS Reduced to $10.00 $15 SUITS Reduced to $7.50 Alterations If Any At Cost Kaufman Clothing Co. 933 Penna. Avenue N. W. Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits at Half Price Lieut. Gronlnger, of Fort Myer, Designated to Give Instruc tion in Weapon's Use. With the arrival of the machine guns which were today prepared for ship ment to the camp site at Colonial Beach, and the detail of an officer of the regular army to give Instructions In their use, tho Machine Gun Company of the Third Regiment, D. C. N. G., Is prepared to take up Its duties. This company, which was recently or ganized, wlllsee Its first real service after next Monday, when the encamp ment will be In full swing. First Lieut. Homer M. Gronlnger, of the First United States Cavalry, sta tioned at Fort Myer. Is the officer designated to Instruct tho company, which Is commanded by Captain Earn shaw. Lieutenant Gronlnger Is consid ered an expert In the use of the weapons which fire about 450 shots a minute. He will be assisted by a non commissioned officer who Is an expert "packer," and who will demonstrate to the members of tho gun company tho different ways of packing the guns on muleback. DIES HERE AT AGE OF NINETY-THREE Body of Edward R. Tinker Is Taken to North Adams, Mass., for Burial. The body of Edward R. TJnker, who at the age 3f ninety-three,, died yesterday In' his apartments at the Ebbltt House, was taken today to North Adams, Mass , his former home for burial. Mr. Tinker, who was formerly president of the Washington Market Company, a delegate to the historical "wigwam convention" which nominated Lincoln, and a long time resident of this city, had been 111 for some time. He Is survived by three sons: Ar thur M. Tinker, of North Adams, who is seventy-two years old, Giles M. Tink er, of Now York, manager of the Atlas Insuranco Company, and Henry W. Tink er, of Boston, who Is manager of the famous old Qulncey Market, above which Is historic Fanuel Hall. Early In April Mr. Tinker was stricken with chills. His condition grew gradu ally more serUus until death came at S :15 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Mr. Tinker, with the late Gen. Ben Butler, former Senator W. E. Chandler, N. G. Ordway and Carlos Pierce, organ ized the Washington Market Company many years ago. and the company built the Center Market. Mr. Tinker served as president for several years. He withdrew from "the company a short time ago. Shortly after the inauguration of President Lincoln, Mr. Tinker was ap pointed collector of Internal revenue at S'orth Adams, Mass., a position he held until the Administration of President Cleveland. He was born in North Adams and was a resident thereof all his life. He voted for every Republican President from the organization of the party in 1846 up to 1912, when he cast his ballot for Mr. Taft George A. Williamson's Will Filed for Probate After leaving bequests of 15 each to his brothers. John T. and Walter B. Williamson, and 1100 to his niece, Retna Williamson, the will of George A. Wil liamson, dated April It. 1905, leaves the remainder of his estate to his slater, Mrs. Oeorgo A. Aiken, with the re auest that she leave It to her daughter, Julia Francis Aiken. The request, however. Is not obligatory. Plain Blacks Not Included 1 Tt T Hi I? 1 1 1 ff i nil i si I I Leaders Then EiUbli.hed 1860 Leaden Now $100,000 Dainty Undermuslins For Women For Women Envelope Chemise of fine nainsook, white petticoats of fine muslin, pique and cam bric; deep flounce of lace embroidery and fine tucks. Princess Slips of nainsook, button front yoke and flounce of lace and embroidery. Val ues in these up to gl.50 All at $1.00 Main Floor Bargain Tables and Third Floor. One Hundred Thousand Dollar Trade Event Grows In volume day by day as the values which we are offer ing are heralriH nrnnnH WacViinortin en aah join the thousands of enthusiastic shoppers who are makine Again Tomorrow Our Famous TWO O'CLOCK SALE 2 o'clock Continuing Until 5 o'clock We have been importuned by customers who heard of the rare offerings in our last 2 o'clock sale, and. were unable to attend, to repeat the sale. So tomorrow On the Stroke of 2 o'clock and Continuing Until Closing Time The following values will be on sale. No mail, phone, or C. O. D. orders. All sales final. Women's Waists of fancy voiles, In white and colored stripes; also floral effects and Lace And Em broidery Trimmed Waists. All sizes. Regular $1.00 AKt values, at ftOC Any Woman's or MIsb' Summer Wash Dress, worth to nh. 1.60 &VK, Any Woman's or Miss' Summer Wnph Dress, worth to 11 -Q I6.00- D117 Any Woman's or Miss' Bummer Wash Dress, worth to (J- AQ $6.9D 5e7l7 Any Woman's or Mist.' Summer Wash Dress, worth to flQ QQ 0.95 WaUeaWa Anj Woman's or Miss' Summer ush Dress, worth to (gQ Qt J13.9C DaS.Ue7 Women's and Children's 25c K Bathinjr Shoes J' Women's and Misses Bathing Caps, worth up to 0rt Women's and Misses' Bathing Caps, worth up KQ to 98o OOK, All "Annette Kellerman Tights" Marked Prices. Any Woman's or Miss" White Wash Dress Skirt, worth AA. to J1.00 aSaL, Any Woman's or Miss' Whits Wnsh Drrss Skirt, worth QQn to $5.00 .' if UK, $100,000 Another Big Women's Silk Gloves, 79c CQp Values . . . . 3 s Women's 16-button White or Black Silk Gloves, double tipped fingers. 79c CQr value 0 y t Women's 2-clasp Silk Gloves, in black or white; double-tipped fingers. OQ. Soc value.- JVC Women's 16-button White and Black Milanese Silk Gloves, with two-toned em broidered backs; double tipped fingers. $1.50 QC values yj Main Floor--Cllovos. Trade Ev.nt and Children For Children Infants' Slips of nainsook; yoke effect of fine tucks and embroidery. Special CA Misses' Drawers of fine muslin; made with fine tucks and embroidery edge. Sizes up to 14. Veryspe- Oft cial at JVC Infants' Short Dresses, of fine nainsook and barred muslin. Bishop and yoke style; high and low neck, lace trimmed. Sizes 6 months to 2 years, pa. Special DUC Third Floor. Any Woman's or Miss' Blacc or Navy Blue All-wool Serge, Taffeta Silk, Chuddah Cloth or Black and White Shepherd Choe.'t Dress Skirt, worth up 0 CO to $7.50 SaS.OO Any Junior Size or Child's Dress, worth up to $2.00... DOC Any Junior Size or Child's Q Dress, worth up to $3.00... OC Any Junior Size Dress, worth up to $4.00 or Child's ...$1.66 or Child's . . $1.96 Any Junior Size Dress, worth up to $5.00 Misses' Peter Thompson and Children's All-wool Navy Serge Sailor Dresses, worth (i up to $4.00 tM.OO Those worth up to $7.00, 92.06 Women's and Misses' All Silk Messallne Petticoats, all f in desirable colors. $3 values 3) J..U Any Child's Wool Coat. I1 nn worth up to $4.00 tM.OO Any Child's Wool Coat, Q on worth up to $8.00 Da2.00 Any Palm Beach Coat, , , and full length, or Pure Linen Automobile Duster Coat, Q A A worth up to $8.95 D2.44 Any Wool or Silk Coat, Q TT worth up to $15.00 BJ.I I 1.000 Misses' and Children's Middy Blouses, 6 to 20. lET Worth up to $2.00 ODC Trade Event Purchase of 1,000 Voile, Lingerie Blouses Reg. $1 Values at 69c A sale of Waists that will create a sensation tomorrow. All are attractive now models. Hundreds of styles; some are plain tailored, others beautifully trimmed with laoe and embroidery. All sizes In the lot. Regular $1.00 values, tomorrow at 69c. Main Floor Bargain Table. Women's Waists of Persian Lawn and Madras All new mod els, with convertible collars, tail ored and dress effects, with long sleeves. Very special at $1.00 Waist Section Second Floor. Women's Knit Underwear At Special Prices Women's 35c Combination Suits in sleeveless, low neck, tight knee or lace-trimmed umbrella style. Reg- )r ular sizes 3v Extra sizes, 29c. Women's Vests, 9c Absolutely perfect; 121c quality; Swiss ribbed, low neck and sleeveless style; neatly taped. Main Floor Underwear.