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ikE' WASHINGTON TIMES: THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1915.
SECOND PLATTSBURG CAMP IS PROBABLE Genera Wood Plans to .Gratify Many More Citizens. Who Desire to Train. PLATTSBURG. N. T., Aug. M.-An-Micr camp of military Instruction prob ably will bo established here at the tos'e of the present camp on September t. This announcement was made by General Wood upon his return to the camp from Governors lsiana. General Wood expressed himself as delighted with the progress the business men are making, and It Is his Intention 'to form them Into a provisional regi ment to take part In the maneuvers of the regular soldiers who are now as sembling here. The field maneuvers, which will begin August 28, will con tinue for a month. General Wood gave out the following statement: "Next week there will be here a full battery of field artillery, a thousand men, in all probability, a regular field hospital and ambulance units. These 111 ftkh ma Kaa Im AiMtnAntlnn with tll mm.iiiI AM tnnldlnB tf tVtA TiMfMB't "RH- Bade and the Second Cavalry, fhlch oegins mo lauer pari 01 inio urauu In which the men now here will bo or ganized as a provisional regiment and brigade. The men of this camp .will in work -with the regular army troops. laAlliK vise ,J!tlC 11 .. ----- - the Twenty-second Infantry, which Is now stationed at uougias, ah. Applications Pour In. "About 800 applications have been re ceived In New York within the last two or three days for another camp to fol low on the heels 'of this one; and I tlnd a great many letters here In my mall this morning of similar Import; and It looks as though there would be enourh men to warrant another camp for a month on the same lines as this one. 'The matter Is now under considera tion and It will depend upon the num ber of applications received within the next few days. It would be very -convenient to establish such an additional o)amp here, because the regular troops wilt be here anyway for their annual field training and the equipment and the whole establishment are already here. "On my return to camp I found ac ceptances here from the following men who will visit the camp, the definite dates to be announced later: Assistant Secretary Breckinridge, Secretary Gar rlsom Henry L. Hlgglnson. Colonel Roosevelt, John H. Flnley, Col. C. P. Towneley, head of the Military Acad emy, and Gen. Hugh L. Scott." Speaking of the interest generally that has been manifested In the camp General Wood says that during his ab sence he has received many expres sions of praise regarding the camp and lauding the Idea of the establishment of military Instruction camps. In ad dition a stack of letters awaiting his return contain many expressions of a similar nature which point to a wide spread interest In the success of the whole project. President Praises Camp. In the mall which awaited General Wood upon his return to Plattsburg was the following from Presjdent Wil son expressing his regret at not being able to visit the camp of military Instruction:. . - -1 "My Dear General Wood: I have fol ic wed as well as I could at a distance what has been done at Plattsburg and have followed It with the greatest in terest. I think all concerned ought to be congratulated upon the success of tha experiment. "UnfortunateljVlt will not be possible for me to visit the camp. I find that I must tread a, very narrow round In order to keep In constant touch with public matters of the first Importance. It would give me real pleasure to visit the camp and I am sorry that I muht deny myself the chance." "I am very much pleased with the Ptesident's letter and delighted to re ceive this added mark of his approval of the instruction camp," said General Wood. "I and all others In camp re gret exceedingly that the pressure of public business does not permit him to come to camp at the present time TWO SLIGHTLY HURT IN AUTO COLLISION Wm. L. Offutt and Family In Car Struck by Auto-truck In Rockville Pike. Mr. and Mrs. w;illlam Lylcs Offut, of Chevy Chase, .their six-year-old son, Courtney, and Thomas Duvall, narrow ly escaped serious Injury ear,ly today when a motor-truck collided with the automobile In which they were riding In the Rockville pike about four miles bevond tho District" line. Mr. and Mrs. Offutt received slight Injuries. Tho lat ter Is suffering a wrenched back, while Mr. Offutt has numerous cuts ana bruises as the result of the accident. The accident occurred at the inter section of the Grosvenor road with the Rockville pike. The Offutt machine was completely wrecked In the collision. Tho motor-truck which crashed into the touring car belongs' to a Washington company. - and hope that circumstances will al low a visit In the later stages of the camp. I know that he would appreci ate the Interest and earnestness of the men and derive much satisfaction In noting the thorough way In which they aro doing their work and the rapid progress they havo made." "Rookies" Study Guns. The rookies took, up. the study of ma chine guns yesterday, detachments go ing about two miles from the camp with the armored cars brought to the camp by Squadron A of tho New York State Militia. Under direction of the of ficers of the squadron and the regular army officers tho first lessons were given. During the forenoon about COO men shot on the rifle range at 400 and GOO yards, and In the afternoon about 300 reported for voluntary rifle prac tice, while an equal number wont out for cavalry practice. Colonel Dickinson arrived at the camp last night with two troops of the Second Cavalry, the band, and machine gun Platoon of the same regiment from Fort Ethan Allen. The entire Second Cavalry Is now at tho camp and the Third Infantry from Madison Barracks and Fort Ontario will report about the middle of next week, being on the march to this city. The biplane from Garden City will make its first flight today. Av.lator Mlllman, who has been at the camp for ten days, made a careful Inspection of the machine yesterday, and by direction of Captain Bulling, In charge of that branch of tho service here, he will make his first flight tomorrow. The machlno will go over tho city and land on tho camp grounds, where a lecture will be given on the use of aeroplanes In war. In the second day's shooting Mayor Mltchel again beat Commissioner Woods, making 88 of a possible 100. Mr. Woods' record was 80. Theodore Roose velt's score was 76. 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Remnants and mill ends of yard-wide Bleached Cottons and Cambrics, In good, uU ful lengths suitable for mak ing underwear and children's garments. Soft finish, service able grades. Store Hours: 8:15 A. M. to 5 P. M. "It Pay to DMllit Oold.nb.rgV ''IBkttkttSnBJHBajBjaHSjijaB FRIDAY'S LUNCH. 20c Salmon Salad, Bread and Butter, Coffee, and Pastry. Purity Cafo, 2d Floor. A Final Clearance of Women's $2.00 and $2.50 White Footwear 95c Low shoe weather will be here for a long time, but we must clear out summer lines and this low price has been named to hurry out broken lines of white footwear tomorrow. Odds and ends from our regular stock and the remainder of special purchases, including Colonials and Oxfords of white canvas alt this sea ton s desirable styles and smartest ideas. Nearly all sizes in the lot, but not everjj size In each style. Mcn'a and Women'a Ilntti Slippers. In assorted colors; with and nn. without backs. Sizes 4 to 10. Regular 60c values at 4t7l Final Glear-Away of Summer Silk Waists 95c 1.39 Values Worth Values Worth Up to $2.00 Up to $3.98 The balance of our stock of Silk Waists, including odds and ends and broken lots from the season's selling, now marked at these sweeping reductions for quick and absolute clearance. At these low prices' you will do well to buy several silk waists certainly such values are not likely to occur again. Satin Striped Crepes, Embroidered Crepe de Chine, Dlaser Striped Tuli Sllkt., Embroidered China alias. Pole Striped Habatal Silks, ATratag Striped (repei.. Tacked Crepe lr Chine, Heavy Jap Silks. Fancy Iace Effect. NoTeltr Silk Crepes, New Prill Crepe, etc. Color1.-; are bisque, peach, nlle, mal. sand, putty, flesh, light blue, navy and black. All sizes In tho lot, but not In each style. 15c, 19c & 25c Wash Goods A Sweeping Clean-up of All Remnants 73, of White and Colored Fabrics 4C A Friday sale that will create new selling and value records. Thousands of yards of White and Colored Wash Fabrics are included in this final disposal of remnants and short lengths all at one low price that means extraordinary savings for you. Every new and wanted fabric of the season represented ; in the most desirable lengths for waists, dresses and suits. The Wash Goods The White Goods At 7c The Wash Goods Include Printed Striped Voiles. Itlco Cloth, with colored ratine stripes, Crepe de Chine, silk and linen fabric: Yarn Mercerized Poplins, Colored Ra tines, Imported Cotton Crepe, Col ored Rep Suiting, Reach Suiting, in tan and colors. Widths from 27 to 45 Inches. Good, useful lengths for dresses, waists, and skirts. At 7c The Whlto Goods Includes White French Voile. White Mercerized Dntlste. White Gabardine. Whlto Check Ratine, White Rico Cloth, White RaUne. White Seed Voile, White Dotted Swiss. White Eng lUh Rep. White Shirting. Madras, White Plisse Crepe, White Irish Bntlste. White Ratine Stripe Crepe. A hite India Llnon, Whlto Beach Suiting. Whlto Cannon Cloth, White Stripe and Check Dimity, White Palama Checks, White Kng llsh Longcloth and Nainsook. 12cand 15c Domestic Cottons, Ginghams, Etc., at 61 c Yd. An accumulation of several hundred yards of Staple Cotton Fabrics from our domestic department grouped in this lot and marked for quick clearance tomorrow. ,UM' Th.j axsortment Includes Yard-wide Percales, 32 and 27 Inch Dress Gingham. Pllsre Crepe. In neat printings; 32-Inch Kiddle Kloth, Galatea Cloth. Canton and Domet Flannels, Outing Flannels, Genuine Amoskeag Apron Ginghams, etc. iuuj aii in usuui lengms ror women's and children's wear. Mill Ends of t'nblrached Sheet Inar. 40 inches wide: extra. Ann close-woven quality for making Remnants of Printed Lawns i Printed Crepes, Plain Color Lawns, -: - -- -.----,..- .. ..... .,B oit., in ubciui lengms ror dresses sheets and pillowcases. Reg- ny and waists. Regular 8c arid 07"" ular price. 12c yard I 7rC 10c values at O'l&C H6.50 & HS Brussels Rugs At a Clearance Price. $10.65 One-of-a-pnttern Rugs from our regular stock reduced for quick sell ing. 1x12 ft. beamiest, All-wool Brussels Rugs, in floral, medallion and ron. OzlS-font Wool-nnd-Fiber Rugs, In medallion and conventional pat terns; seamless and reversible. Best colorings. Regular fljo ART $5.00 value at VtVO Heavy-weight 10-wire Brussels Ruks. size 22 H by 62 inches, in light and dark colors of floral and medallion patterns. Kxcellent for many places about the home. $1.50 value 69c Riddance Prices on These Remnants of Fine Grade Silks Remnants from our best selling lines of Silks all in de sirable lengths that you can put to good use in planning autumn apparel. Lot One Remnants of High-grade Mlk, Including 40-Inch Crepe de Chine, 40-Inch Satin Charmeuso, 40-Inch I'eau de Cygne, 40-lnch treno Meteor, etc. Good assortment of shades. Values worth un to ne $2.00 yard at j (jC Lot Two Remnants of Silks, including 36-lnch Taffetas, 36-Inch Mei salines, 36-lnch Silk Poplin, 36-Inch Striped Japanese Silk, 36-lnch Strik ed McfHullne, etc. Good range of desirable colors. Values worth a a up to $1.0(i yard at . 44C All 25c, 30c and 35c Mattings Reduced to 15c Yd. Thla suecnlng clean-up sale includes every cut roll and odd roll of Mnttln? on our floor-the senlccable U6-warp And . Extra Heavv-uelRht China and ISO-warp ons Rush Straw Japanese Mattings. In handsome car pet deeWns ftrlpes or checks of greon. red. bluo or brown Grades selllnc regularlj at 2Sc. SOc, and 35c tomorrow at lBc a yard. SVISIT OUR FURNITURE DKFAHTUKNT -ACROSS THE Odd Lots of Corsets Regularly 69c 44c A clearance lot of Corsets of good quality batiste. In me dium high bust, long hip model, with two seta of gar ters; also a few Ventilating Corsets. Not all sizes. 29c Lawn Dressing Sacques Friday at 17c Odd lot of "Women! Lawn Dressing Sacques, In neat strlpea and figures. Square neck and short slenv: belted back. Not all sizes. extraordinary Values in Tomorrow's Sale of House and Porch Dresses At 69c Stylish and Practical Dresses s house or garden and for the porch ments that every woman will want price we name for tomorrow's sale. Materials consist of sheer lawn cales, etc., in high and low neck e short sleeves. All the wanted colo res, and plain shades. A complete from 14 to 44. Values Worth Up to $1.50 uitable for morning wear about the Good fitting, tastefully trimmed gar to buy at the astonishingly small s, madras, ginghams, chambrays, per- ffects, with long, three-quarter or rs and combinations, in stripes, , fig range of sizes for misses and women f7 f. II L End-of-the-Season Disposal of Lace and Embroidery Remnants 27-Inch Swiss Embroidery Flounc ings, in neat open-work patterns. Regular 39c value O-i Real Linen Torchon Laces, In edges and insertions; deslrablo widths and patterns for trimming lingerie. scarfs and curtains. Regu larly Be yard 2c CT-lnch Shadow Lace Flounclngs, In whlto and ecru color. Regular 39c quality reduced 9Q Cambric Embroidery Insertions, in desirable widths for trimmings. worth up to 7c a yard r 2c Men's Underwear and Furnishings At End-of-the-Season Reductions Men's Underwear, Including Hud son mills, balbrlggan and white gauze shirts, with short sleeves, and drawers, knee or ankle lengths. Odd sizes. Worth 60c each OQa garment iUV Men's $2.00 Neglige Shirts, of silk striped madras, In several designs. Sizes 14 and 14tt QC Men's 25c and 60c Athletic Under shirts, good quality nainsook; sleeve less style; odd sizes. Re- 1 (T-, duced to XOXf Men's 25c "Colonial" Half Hose, good quality llsie thread; black and plain colors. Reduced 1 0Jhg Men's 16c Washable Neckwear, of madras, mercerized pongee and soi sette. Striped and figured ef- fects. Reduced to Ov Men's Union Suits, of balbrlggan. white and ecru colors; made with short sleeves and ankle length. Odd sizes 25c $2.50, $3 & $3.50 Lace Curtains $1.45 a Pair Lot of Good Qualify Scotch and Cable.Net Lace Curtains, white, ecru nd Arabian shades. 3 and 3 yi yards long. From one to four pairs of each pattern. Values Without Precedent in Tomorrow's Clear Away of Summer Stocks of MEN'S SUITS Former $12.50 to $16.50 Values Reduced to . . . $7.85 An unprecedented clearance price on these1 broker, lots of Men's and Young Men's Sum mer Suits to move them out before the season ends. New Suits, made for this season's wear, right !rom our own stocks of dependable clothing. Be here for early choosing the quantities are limited, and at this low price will not last long. Suits fashioned of strictly all wool and pure wor sted materials, in a good assortment of desirable styles and patterns, such as English checks, fancy mixtures nnd stripes; all hand-tailored garments thai will fit perfectly and give the greatest amount of wear and satisfaction. A big variety of Young Men's Suits In the lot. In sizes from 32 to 38 only. Choice of former 12.50 to J16.50 values at KT.H5. Small Lot of Young Men's Separate Trousers, all wool materials; neat patterns; sizes 29 to 33 fl1 Q only. Worth $3.50 and 14.00 X.s7U no Hart hchaffner and Marx Suits, one of a kinl; light and medium weights; odd sizes from 34 to 46. Values worth from 320.00 to fl- A IT- Men'a Auto Dusters, In tan and oxford; (g-1 AA sizes 31 to 46. Values worth $2.50 and J3.00 iJliuU OGooGooopoaosooooooooooooooooooooooooacooo New Millinery For Early Fall Wear at Little Prices Lot of Turbans o white satin and black velvet comblna- AQn tlons; all good styles. Values worth up to $3.00 'OC Lot of ltcnd'-to-Wear lints for dress and outing wear, of velvet and satin combinations; also all satin; good styles In black, white, black and white, black and pink and other colorings. Val- fl- QQ ues worth up to $4 00 ty.ti A Lot of 22 Trimmed Hats, black and white velvet and fl- QQ X watln combinations. Values worth from $3.50 to $6.00... DJ..70 X SeGoosoogcosgcoooccqjgoecocGoooccocoooeoaoooooeoog Boys' Summer Clothing Boys' U nsli Suits, broken assort ment of patterns and colorings, sizes 2V, to 8 years. Values AQn worth $1.00 and $150 each.. 'iUl Doii' School Suit", dark fancy woolen mixtures, yoke Norfolk coat and knli-kerbocker QQp pants; sizes 6 to 8 years JOl, Doyw' White font Snrntcrs, col larless styles, slightly soiled, sizes 7 to 10 years of age Values AQn worth $1.00 and $1.50 .. . 'liL Bojh' Hl.flO Fancy Wool fnnsl merc Knickerbocker I'aatni AQn sizes 7, 8. and 0 years only lUC Ilojs and Children's Summer lints, of washable materials and straw, also summer-weight - jr Golf Caps. Reduced to .... IOC Bo' I.ontt Trouser Suits, two and three piece styles; one, two. and three of a pattern. Spring and summer weights. Sizes 15, 16, 17, and 18 years. Values worth CJI f7 up to $12.50 34. ID x Bojs' P4.00 Palm Beach and Pan ama flolh Rultr, yoke Norfolk style, with Knickerbocker Oft no Dl.t70 STREET: pants, sizes 6 to 14 years U61T OUR FUHNITURB DEPARTMENT "ACHOSS Children's Wearables 10 Ikort White Coats, of bedford cord and cashmere; neatly trim med. Regularly $2.60 Q&a each 01 Odd Lot of Children' White and Colored Dresses, of lawns and per cales; odd sizes up to 14 years. Mold regularly at 98c fifif nemnant Lot of Little Children Dresaea, of lawn, percale, and gWiKhcm; neatly trimmed; slightly soiled from handling; sizes up to C y-ars. Sold regularly at QQ 60c each QO Small Lot of Middy Blouses, of white galatea cloth nnd palm beach cloth, trimmed with braid on col lar and cuffs; odd sizes up to IS ytars. Regularly 9Sc JtQ each OVK Mussed Undermusllns Odd Lot of WontenV Enrelope Chemlrcs and Combinations, of nainsook, trimmed with lace and embroidery; mostly all sizes. n. Sold regularly at 98c eacn.. U7l Comet Covers, trimmed back and from with embroidery, combined with rlbbori; sizes 36 to 44. "IQ Rf-gulaiiy 25c eaeh AJJC Clearance Prices on Ribbed Underwear Women's Cause Cotton Vests, low neck and sleeveless; taped neck and arms; sizes 4, 5, and 6. Subject to slight imperfections. Sold fg regularly at 12'ic each.... Ov Women's Comfy Cnt Union Salts, low neck and sleeveless; taped neck and arms; lace trimmed pants; sizes 4, 5, and 6. Reg- QKa ul&rly fOc each OOv Summer Hosiery at Big Savings Children's Fancy Lisle Socks, full fashioned foot, double sole, heel, end toe: fancy rolled or plain tops; small sizes only. Regularly QIUn 25c pair 07! Women'a Hsjht-Trelght Cotton Hose, seamless foot, double sole, heel and toe; black and col- t. ors. Regular 10c pair wv $1.00 and $2.00 Pictures, 59c Handsome 3-Inch Circassian Mold ing Framed Pictures, size 16x10 glass; subjects include fruit, fish, scenes nnd facsimiles. I.ltho and carbon prints. $3 Woolnap Blankets $1.69 Pr. Lot of Slightly Soiled Woolnap Blankets, double-bed size; In white, gray and tan; fancy borders; soft fleece finish. $1.00 and $1.50 Tapestry Samples 39c Each Sample Lengths of Tapestry, containing lVx yards; oriental and floral effects; many are half-length couch coveis. nnd in some patterns there are two alike, which may be used for various purposes. lOcand 12k: Draperies, 4c Yard Remnant Lot of Draperies, most tv one yard wide. Light and dark colorings; lengths from one to three yards. 69c Gingham Petticoats at 49c A Smalt Lot of Women's Waahabla Gingham Petticoats, In assorted blue stripes Extra sizes for stout women. Made with neat tucked flounce and underlay. TUB STREET"' I