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' THE WASHINGTON TIMES.' THURSDAY.' AUGUST 19; 1915. '
Happenings of the Day In Capital Smart Set Anacostia, Hyattsville Roekville Parcel Post Mail Orders Bring Our Store to Your Door Store Hours: 8:15 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. Daily PUBL C SERVICE FIRMS V. Items of Interest and Im portance of Past, Present, and Future Among Official , and Fashionable Folk. ! Foster Dullus, a prominent lawyer of Hew York, and nephew of Mrs. Robert Lansing will come to Washington today to be the guest of the Secretary of State and Mrs. Lansing for the re mainder of the week. S Mrs. John W. Davis, wife of the So llcltor General, left Washington last night for York Harbor, Me., from which place she will motor to Wash ington, reaching here the first of next week. Charles S. Hamlin, governor of the Federal Reserve Board, and Mrs. Ham lin, have as their guests at their sum mer home at Mattapolsett, Mass., Miss Nona McAdoo, William G. McAdoo, Jr., and Robert McAdoo. - - Bradford Knapp," who has been In California for several weeks, will re turn to Washington August 28. Mrs. sTeapp passed the summer In Iowa; tvhere she will be joined by Mr. Knaps a the return Journey. Mrs. Knapp will return with Mr. Knapp. 4. John W. White, Jr., formerly deputy consul to St. Michaels, Azores, left Washington last night for New York, whence he will go to his new post as vice, consul at Buenos Aires. Mr. White, who was formerly a Washington new peperman, has been in the consular service only fourteen months, and his rlso In the service has been unusual. As a result of the new trade openings In South America, Mr. White s new post as assistant to the American con sul general will be one requiring un usual ability. Miss Olga Wlborg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Wlborg, who has Just returned to their summer place at Easthampton, L. I., from Garrison, N. Y., where she passed SJunday with the family of her flance, Sidney Webster Fish, has decided on September 18, as the date of their weddlnrr. The marriage will be solemnized at' basthampton In the Episcopal Church and a breakfast will be served after ward at the Dunes, the summer home of Mr. Wlborg. The Rev. Mr. Chorley, of Garrison, will officiate. Owing to the death of Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish, mother of Mr. Fish, the wedding will bo attended only by relatives and closo fi lends of the young couple. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Faust, who are guests of Mrs. Faust's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mein, at their home, on' Staten Island. N. Y.. will return to Washington August 28. ! Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Lockwood nre spending the summer at Magnolia, Mass. .J. Col. Richmond . Davis, U. S. A., and Mrs. Davis have returned to their apartment In Stonejelgh Court frohi Fisher's Island, Conn., where they were for several weeks. - Dr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Martin are passing several weeks in Gloucester, Mass - - G. Bowdoin Cralghill will return to Washington tomorrow from Charles) Town, W. Va., where he has spent a week with Mrs. Cralghill, who Is pass ing the month of August there. f Miss Margaret Howard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bealo R. Howard, will take a prominent 'part In the cabaret show which Is being arranged by Mrs. Hammond In Bass Rocks August 23. Julian Marshall has returned from a month's stay at Orkney Springs, Va 4. Miss lima Armstead Booker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Armstead Booker, of Hampton. Va.. and Lieut. Joseph DeMoss McCain, V. 8. A., son of Brig. Gen. Henry Plnknoy McCain, adjutant general n the nrmv. and Mrs. McCain, wcro married Wednesday July zs.at tno homo of the bride s parents. Lieutenant and Mrs. McCain will re side at Fort Scrlven, Ga. T- - F. A. Summerfleld and Frank P. Fair banks, of New York; Mr. and Mrs. Frank C Baldwin and Miss Smith, of Fredericksburg; James G. McNary, of El Paso, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Riley, of Chicago, are some of the re cent arrivals of interest at the Shore ham Hotel. -- Mr. and Mrs. James M. Cathcart have visiting them Mrs. B. R. Hinson Mid her son, Elvln Hinson, of Tampa, Kla., and Mrs. Cathcart's mother, Mrs. M. E. Savatre. of Bverereen. Ala. Mrs. Hinson will go to New England at the expiration of her visit In Washington. Mr. Cathcart Is secretary to Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, of Florida. - - Col. Robert ,M. Thompson Is chairman of the commltteo arranging for the Suffolk Hunt Club Horse Show Satur day at Southampton, L. I. Among the Washlngtonlans attending the horse how nt Colesvlllo. Md., yes terday were David Barry, William H. Russell, Charles Johnston, Frederick Chapln, Robert D. Hagner, Edwin Hege, Edward Alton, Busey Howard, Thomas Bones, James Noan, John Bfc-ewer, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard L. Nicholson, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Bralnerd H. Warner, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Laterner, Miss Lena Collins, Miss Bid den, Miss Virginia Wheeler and Miss Lleanor Clark. -- Brig. Gen. John R. Brooke, U. S, A., retired, Brig. Gen. Theodore Schwan, U. S. A., retired, Gen. John B. Kerr, u. a. a., retired, Major E. v. Preston RATED AT $2,000,000 Alexandria Public Service Cor porations Render Report For Taxation Purposes.' ALEXANDRIA, Aug. 19.-Alexandrla public service corporations are valued at more than two million dollars for taxation purposes, according to the State corporation commission, which has Just Issued its report for the pres ent year. The .amount assessed against each company In Alexandria Is as fol lows Adams Express 'Company, $560; Alex andria County Lighting Company. $97.- 487; Alexandria Water Company, $66.- 662; Capital City Telephone Company J $3,162; Chesapeake and Potomac Tele phone Company, $14.20; Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company, of Vir ginia, $17,135.81; Colonial Beach Com pany, $45,000; Mount Vernon and Mar shall Hall Steamboat Company, $24,000; Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Company, $18,000; Postal Telegraph Ca ble Company, $1,026; Potomac and Ches apeake Steamboat Company, $41,760; Southern Railway Company, $231,029; Washington and Old Dominion Railway, $408; Washington Virginia Railway Company, $43,616; Western Union Tele graph Company, $2,421. In the county of Alexandria, the as sessments are ns follows Alexandria County Lighting Company, $10,066; Alexandria Water Company, $13, 307: American Telephone and Telegraph Comsany. of Virginia. $795.70; Arlington Electric Company. $10,066; Braddock T 11.1. . ?-.-. J-V.. : COO Jnl xikiil iiiid .iruwcr uiuuuui. u.u v.au tal City Telephone Company, $375; Ches apeake and Potomac Telephone Com ANACOSTIA. Mrs. Gertrude Frailer, wife of B. Wooddell Frailer, of Valley place this suburb, died yesterday while a patient at the Sibley Hospital. Mrs. Frailer was Miss Tolaon prior to her marriage, daughter of the late Henry N. Tojson, who died but a few months ago. Be sides her husband, one daughter, Mar Jorle, survives. She was twenty-five years old. Funeral services will be held from St. Mark's 'Episcopal Church. Southeast Washington. Interment will be In Congressional Cemetery. The Columbus Realty Corporation, a recently formed organization, has pur chased the large tract of land nt Good Hope, known as Havenmeyer park, and It is the intention of this company to subdivide the same, and place It on the market. and Judge Walter Evans are entries In . pany, $1,484.40; Chesapeake and Potomao inn puiiing matcn a,t tno juapiewooa ; Telephone Company, in Plttcfleld, Mass., tcuny .. Dr. Cary D. Langhorne. U. S. A., and Mrs. Langhorne, who have been at Lenox, Mass., for several days, will leave today for Bretton Woods, N. H. .J. Mr. and Mrs. Ferry Belmont wens of Virginia. $4.- 801.64; Falls Church Telephone and Telegraph Company, $8,156: Postal Tele graph Cable Company, $3,088; Rosslyn Connecting Railroad Company. $48,330; Rosslyn Gab Company, $67,763; Southern Railway Company, $23,649; Washington and Old Dominion Railway, $247,480; Washington-Southern Railway Com- the guests of honor at the dinner which &..'7' B?"'? Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. C. Taylor gave msi evening in xsewport. The engagement has been announced of Miss Emma Kate Amorous, daugh ter of Martin F. Amorous, of Atlanta, and Carl Gustav Vretman, of Stock holm, Sweden. The wedding will tako place early In September at the homo of the bride, when only a limited num ber of guests will bo present. Miss Amorous' finishing years at school were spent In New York, and she had had the advantages of extensive travel In this country and In Europe. Mr. Vret man has made his home In America nine years, coming here soon after fln Ish'ng college to perfect himself in his profession of civil engineer. His duties have kept him In the South for several years. Miss Margaret Perrln. Miss Rhoda Fullam. Commander Edward T. Cos teln. and Paymaster George W. Plgman, Jr., U. S. N., were guests at the dinner and dance which Mrs. Joseph E. Wld ener, of Philadelphia, gave last night In Newport for her son. P. A. B. Wldener. -- Senator James A. .O'Gorman, Mrs. Dudley Field Malone, and James A. O'Gorman, Jr., were members of a party which motored to Bretton Woods from the Profile House, N. H., yesterday for a stay of three days. Mlss'arace Whiting, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Whiting, of Burlington. Vt., and Cyrus French Wicker, first secretary of the United States legation t st Mnnnirnn. Nienraeua. were mar ried this morning at the home of the i bride by the Rev. I. C. Smart, pastor i of the College Street Congregational Church. The ceremony was performed on an open porch In the presence of about 100 relatives and friends. The bridesmaid was Miss Margaret Whiting, sister of the bride, and the best man was Lieu tenant Messersmlth. I Mr. and Mrs. Wicker came to this city last night, and will spend . their honeymoon here, going to Nicaragua about the middle of September. Union Telegraph Company, $4,454. The police commissioners at their meeting last night scored several po licemen for failure to notify the mer chants of Alexandria, whose ware houses on the river front were flooded several weeks ago when water backed up. They were put on notice that if they wore brought up on a similar charge they would be dismissed from the force. A charter has been granted by the State corporation commission to the Belmont Plantations Inc., of Lees burg, with a maximum and minimum capital of $200,000. The objects of the company are to purchase, raise and Bell livestock. The officers are Edward B McLean, president; Evelyn McLean, vice president and treasurer, and Wil liam O. Ducksteln, secretary. The Potomac Lodge will confer the third degree upon a class of seven can didates tomorrow night. The condition of H. F. Mansfield, who was operated on yesterday for appen dicitis at the Alexandria hospital, Is very favorable. Harvey Struder. who was found In the Potomac yards ten days ago with a fractured skull, is improving at the Alexandria Hospital. Rev. G. LeRoy White, pastor of the Anacostla M. E. Church, with Mrs. White and their son, will Uave today for a visit to his former home at Saulsbury and Princess Anne, Md. Those fond of hunting black arfd reed birds on the marshes of the Anacostla river are watching each day now the movements' of the birds, preparatory to the opening of the season on Sep tember 1. The fact that the reclama tion work has made land of a large part of the former marshes, will make the shooting of the birds easier thin year, bb few boats will be needed. Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Roome, Jr., the former rector of Emmanuel Church, have left on a vacation at a suburb of Baltimore, where they will remain for several weeks. I HYATTSVILLE. I A mass meeting under the auspices or tne Myaitsvme citizens' Associa tion will ba held tonight at 8 o'clock In the Masonic Hall. This meeting has been called by the association for the purpose of explaining to citi zens who are not members what the association has Jone and what its purposes are. i Announcement Is made of the mar riage of Miss Mary A. McDermott, daughter of Mrs. Emma A. McDermott, of Wheeling-, W. Va.. and Melvln J. Snyder, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. William F. SnyJer, of Hyattsville. The ceremony took place on August 10 at St. Joseph's Cathedral in Wheel ing and was solemnized at a nuptial mats by the Rev. O. H. Moye. After a short visit with Mr. Snyder's par ents here the couple will leave for Memphis, Tenn.,' where the bride gtoorn Is employed by the Federal Government. The Men's Social Club of the Con gress Heights M. 14 Church will hold a special meeting tomorrow night on the lawns surrounding the home of Mr. Williams. Rev. Henry T. Cousins, pastor of tho Anacostla Baptist Church, ex pects to return from his vacation In time to conduct the service In his church on Sunday night. In the morn ing the Rev. Dr. J. B. Clayton, of Washington, will have charge of the service. Dr. Cousins has been summering at Mountain Lake Park and Baltimore. ROCKVTLLE. Practically all of Montgomery county assembled at the farm of Benton G. Ray, near Colesvllle, Md., yesterday for the fourth annual horse and colt show of the Montgomery County Horse and Colt Show Association. With the race for all county offices at fever heat, and the situation acute from many angles. It was a field day for politicians as well as for horses. Every candidate, with all of his lieu tenants, and the county workers for every faction In the State were on the Job. The horse show on the Ray meadow was a big success, and there were many Washington horses among the winners. Breeders from all of Maryland were at the show. It Is more than likely that many of the winners will be seen at the county fair at RockvlUe next week. Thirty-one classes were Judged during the afternoon and the program was con cluded with a mile and a half steeple chase, and a four-and-a- half-mile raca over the hurdles. These were the only racing events. Joseph A. Rlsdon and daughter, Miss Irene Rlsdon, of Indianapolis, are spending a few weeks with Mr. RIs Jon's brother, John R. Rlsdon, editor at the Rlverdale Sentinel. Before leaving for his home, Mr. Rlsdon and his daughter will visit his ld home In Warrenton, Va. Prof, and Mrs. E. C. Stoddard are spending some time visiting friends and relatives in Carbondale, Pa. Mrs. S. C. Sturgis Is spending sev eral weeks as the guest of friends and relatives in Kentucky. Capt. and Mrs. Oswald A. Greater and young sons are spending several weeks under canvas at Chesapeake Beach, Md. A successful lawn fete was held last night by the Sultland Citizens' Asso ciation at Sultland Park, the proceeds being used to further the work of the association. The meeting of the Neighborhood Club, which was to have "been held this after noon at the home of Mrs. A. Oaborn, has been canceled because of the severe Illness of Miss Margaret Burn. H. Wlnshlp Wheatley, of Hyattsville, has announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the house of delegates In the primary to be held Sep tember 14. Funeral services for the late Mrs. Rose E. Dunn, wife of Robert A. 8. Dunn, who died at her home here yes terday, will be held tomorrow after noon at 2 o'clock. Interment will be in Congressional Cemetery, Washing ton. Mrs. Dunn had been 111 for some time. She Is survived by her husband, two sons, and a daugnter. Funeral services for the late Mrs. Addle Louise Wilson, wife of Clarence Wilson, who died here Tuesday, will be held from her late home this afternoon at 8 o'clock. Interment will be In the Beltsville Cemetery. New Fall Dresses, $14-50 44 H JkMmm . M N 1336 F StN.W. Wbo&watb & Xotbrop New York WASHINGTON Paris Final Clearance of Women's Summer Shoes $1.50 Pair. Were $3.50 to $6.00 Such a reduction as this is enough to cause immediate and complete disposal, even if the shoes were imperfect but they are perfect, except that some pairs might be a little soiled. This 4s high-grade, stylish and new footwear, in a va riety of the choicest summer styles. Each style is limited, in size and number of pairs. Those responding early will be well rewarded. The shoes will be placed on center display tables to make pos sible easy inspection and choosing. Devereaux and Trooper Pumps, patent vamp, with gray quarter, hand-turn soles and Spanish heels. Sizes. 44. 6H. fi and 7AA; 3H. 4. 4. 5 nnd 7A; 3Vi rnd "C; 4 and 7D. Devereaux, Vanity and Trooper Pumps, patent vamp, with fawn quarter, hand-turn soles and Span ish heels. Sizes 5. and 7AA; 8, 4. 4' 3. 5. 5V. C and 7A; 3, 3V4. 4. 4. 5. "V4 and 7B; 3, 3H. ll4. 5. W- and 7C; 3. 4, 4H, o. 5 and 7D. 7 pairs Patent Vamp White Can vas Qunrter Clifton Pumps, hand turn holes and Spanish heels; sizes 5. and 7A; 3 and 5',;B; 3', and 6 pairs Gun Metal Fawn Quarter 3-strup Dora Pumps, with hand turn soles and Spanish heels; sizes BHAA; V6K; 7C. S pairs Tan Suede Devon Pumps, hand welt soles and Spanish heels; sizes 6A; 3V4, 4, 5 and KB; 4 and 5C,- 4 pairs Gray Suede Devon Pumps, hand writ soles and Spanish heels; slzs 3 and 4A; 3D; 3C. 16 pairs Patent Coltskln Colonials and Pumps, welt soles and Spanish heels; sizes 4, 4V4, fi and 5AA; 4A; 3'AB; fi and 6HC; 6 nnd CD. 11 pairs White Canvas Colonial Pumps, with welt soles; sizes 8AA; 3A; 76B; 7 and "MC; 7D. IMESV PWCKT-BOOS. DIRECTORY 3TWEN"C Pocket-Book Directory Containing Full Description of WASHINGTON APARTMENTS 7TIMESV "pocui-too DIRECTORY EtfU Address No. Rooms Rent Aenl Description BENEDICK 1808-10 Eye Street N. W. THE NOVA 028 North Carolina Ave. S. B. $1.50 pair. Were $3.50 to $6.00. Third floor, Tenth street. Friday Clearance of Boys' Wash Suits. 50 Boys' Wash Norfolk Suits new and smart styles of the season, made of linen, crash, and khaki, in sizes 7 to 17 ears. $2.75 each. Regular $3.50 and $4.00 grades. Our entire remaining stock of Boys' Russian and Sailor Blouse Wash Suits the best materials, the best colorings, and the highest quality workmanship and styles. Sizes 2 y2 to 8 years. One-half Former Prices. Also the following: 4 dozen Boys' Shirts, slightly soiled from handling; sizes 12, 121!! and 14 neckband; 45c each. Were $1.00. 25 Straw and Wash Hats, small sizes only; 15c ea-ch. Were 50c, 75c and $1.00. 50 Boys' Cloth Golf Caps, 25c each. Were 50c. Thlrd-lloor, Eleventh street. THE BALFOUR, 10th and V Stu. N. W. BRIGHTON, 2123 California St. and I rooms and batb. to 162.00. J. A. Carey, Resident Manager. Valet and room lervlee, lea water, ahoe polishing:, all-night tlevator and telephone service: swimming pool, showers; meal service to apt. I rooms and bath. t rooms A hath 6 rooms A bath ( rooms bath tSO.00. Terrell Uttle, Inc.. 1411 H at. N. W. Geo. Henderson. 1M r St. N. W. Close to both car lines, front apartment; large rooms; Jani tor service: larse front lawn: laundry; nothing better at price AH large outside rooms, fire proof building, all-night tele phone and elevator service. Herdlo and trolley car service. 1. I, I rooms and bath, to 6 rooms and 2 baths. THE CAIRO, 16th and l Sts. N. W.. 1 room, with out bath. 1 rooms and bath, 4 rooms & Lath $16.00 to IU&.00. Nellie B. Sweet, SIS California at. North S4M. Hlgh-clasa apt. hotel unfur nished suites, yearly A month ly lease; fur. sultea any period. A. & N. clause. Cafe. Am. & I European. tU.OO. $31 to MS. $SS.H. Ob premises. 12-story fireproof building; best service; largest and most pleasant apt. In Wash. Beauti ful cafe; excellent home table. $35 mo.; fur, or unfur. apts. THE NEWPORT, 2104 Florliln Ave. N. W. Near Massachusetts Ave. 419 M St. N. W. Ir, b, hall, pen. 4r, b, hall, , tr.b, hall, peb, Sr.b, hall, pen. $23 B0, I2J.M, $25 60. $27.M. Caywcod Garrett, 121 N. T. are. N. 17. 2 rooms and bath, 6 rooms and batb. EASTHAM 1447 E. Cnpltol St. THE OWASCO No. 11 R St. N. E. E rooms and bath. $22.00 $S2.M. $11.00 and upwards. Near fashionable Mass. Ave. Heights; large bright rooms, awnings; electricity, gas, shower baths; porches; cour teous Jan. serv.; 2 car lines. A. S. Caywood, 1S K. T. ave. - Partly Furnished. All outside rooms, excellent condition, large back porch. Phillips Company. tto John Marshall place. Well heated, hot-water; on car line; first-class condition; ready for occupancy. i and t rooms $10.00 to $S5.C0. George TruesdelL I.rce, bright rooms; modern conveniences; both car lines convenient: walking dlstanee new uiiy roatoince and Gov. Printing Office. THE ONONDAGA 140 R St. X. E. t rooms and bath. THE LEONARD. 1424 TV St. N. TV. THE SEVILLE 2120 18th St. X. TV. 4 rooms to t rooms and bath. $34.00. George Truesdell. Large bright rooms; modern comenlencea; both car lines convenient: walking distance new city postornce and Gov Printing Office. $IS.M to no.co. H. H. Bresee. 734 ISth St. N. W. 5 rooms and bath to 6 room and bath. $32. DC to $42.2.0. H. H. Bresee. TS4 Wth st. N. W. V All outside light rooms; near car line. Large, bright, outside rooms, telephone; excellent Janitor service; convenient to an cars, THE TORONTO 20th and P ats, N. TV. 2 rooms & bath to 7 rooms, 2 batha $30.00 to $30.00. The F. H. Smith Co.. MS 15th st. Telephone Main 6464. Modern 7-story apart, house, overlooking Dupont Circle; cafe, 2 elevators, roof gai den: apts. fur. If desired. THE ARGYLE 17th at. anil Park road. rooms & bath to 5 rooms 3t bath $73.50 'to 52.60. The F. H. Smith Co., (IS 16th st. Telephone Main 6404. Four-story fire-proof apart, house, at entrance to Rock Creek Park, unusually at tractive, cement aleeplng porches. 2548 14th St. N. W., Apts. 5 and 0. 5 and ( rooms. $35.00 and $37.60. H. N. Taplln. Room 237 Southern Bldg. Very desirable apartments; excellent condition; Janitor service. THE CHAMPLAIN, 1424 K St. K. TV. 2, 4. and t rooms and bath. $30, $68. and $60. H. N. Taplln. Room 237 Southern Bldg. Switchboard and telephone In each apartment. Elevators. Excellent service. Best meals In vicinity. Plenty of hot water. DARLINGTON 1008 24th St. N. TV. 5 rooms and bath. $30.00 to $35.00. Alonzo O. Bliss Properties, 35 B St. N. W. Bend for our Rent List. Convenient to downtown and government departments. All outside rooms. Janitor on premises. BLENHEIM COURT 18t012 California St. X. TV. 3 to 6 rooms. reception hall, and bath. $25.00 to $17.50. Alonzo O. Bliss Properties. 35 B St. N. W. Send for our Rent IJst. First-class building, located In best section. Well arranged apartments with porches, nil In good condition. Janitor on premltps: elec : public nhnno FALKSTONE COURTS 14th and Fairmont Sts. X. TV. 3. 4. 6. 6 rooms, bath $33 00 to $70.50. Alonzo O. Bliss Properties, 35 B St. N W. Send for our Rent List. All outside rooms, nrlvate porches, telephone and elevator seruce, Kireproor building, Resident manager. Electricity. A1e MrnHh.d ar-srtni.nt. f Leaden ThenEiUblUhed 1860 Leaders Now Remnants Dress Goods Worth up to $1.00 Yard. All Colors, Cream and Black'. 2-J- to 6 Yard Lengths 39c 1,000 yards of Dress Goods, In the right lengths for skirts, suits, dresses or wraps, in tho most wanteds weaves, such as serges, mohair. Panamas, granites, henrletta, poplins, batiste, shepherd checks, plaids, stripes, mixtures, etc., 36 to 66 Inches wide, to go tomorrow only, qOp at the very special price, per yard , . Oi 8th St. Annex Dress GooJs. $100,000 Trade Event SBBBBBSBllBBHaaHHSISBBBBBBBBlSMMeBMSaaasSSaMSlBBMeMSIMHBBBBBBafV For Tomorrow Some of the Best Values of the Season in this Odd Lot Sale of Ready to Wear Apparel 36 Women's Automobile Duster Coats, Vt and full length, ffO QQ values to $10.00 D.t77 97 All-wool Skirts for women and misses'. Serge, chuddah cloth, mohair, Sicilian and shep herd checks. Values to PO A A J7.B0 t&S.i 10 Misses' Striped Taffeta Jock ey Coats and AU-wool Serge Coats; values to &f QQ J12.50 9&.UV 8 Women's and Misses' Tan Shantung Silk and Wool Serge Coats, all nicely lined. (gJ QfT Values to 118.50 BO.70 125 Women's House Dresses sixes 34 to 36 only. Values Atn up to $1.50 HtUi, 51 Women's and Mlsseu' Striped Voile Stfleet Dresses. QQ. Worth up to 6.00 77l Sale on td Floor Suit Section' Iansburgh & Bro. 212 Women's and Misses' Street Dresses in white and striped voile, pure French linens In white and colors. Values to (g-! QQ $10.00 . . flXe7J All 4 Children's, Misses' and Junior Size White and colored Wash Dresses; 465 In the lot mm follows: Those that were S1.00. Now.r .BSa Those worth np to $1.96. Now. .881 Those worth up to $2.80. Now $1.15 Those worth up to $3.95. Now $1JIS Those worth up to $4.98. Now $1S Those worth up to $6.95. Now $3.88 Dathlna- Suits, Shoea d Oapa At 20 Reduction Off Marked Prices. , All Annette Kellermana, Bath In Tight at V, Marked Price. $100,000 Trade Event Remnants of Silk 49c Yd. Values to $1.50 Yard Hundreds of pieces of the season's most wanted silk fabrics; all good lengths. Included are 36-lnch ColV oped Messallnes, 84-lnch Natural Color Pongees, 24-lnch Roman Stripe Taffetas, 24-lnch Cheneys. Foulards, 86-Inch Tub Silks, 40-inch Charmeuse. Make your selections early for first choice. Silk Dept.-8th St- Annex. $100,000 Trade Event White and Colored Wash Goods Remnants at 81c a Yd. , Values up to 39c a Yd. Thousands of yards. Including every new weave, color and com bination; also many plain white fabrics. All good lengths from 2 to 5 yards and suitable for all pur poses. Values to 39c. Your Dl.- V choice, yard OwC 8th St. Annex Wash Goods. Our 1 $100,000 J Trade I Event And "Friday Limit Specials" Combined Should make tomorrow an unusually busy day in every depart ment, as extraordinary economies are offered on Fresh, Clean, Perfect, Seasonable Merchandise. Read the items and supply your needs for months ahead. NO MAIL, PHONE OR C O. D. ORDERS FILLED. Screen Doors. Oak finished, with fancy panels; cover ed with best black wire. Sizes 2 ft. 10 x7 ft. only. $1.25 Styles 69c $1.50 Style 75c limit, 2 to a buyer. Fourth Ploor. ne-lach Black Mescaline (tKn and Taffeta ftOK, Regular (1.00 value. 86-lnch Black All silk Messallne and Taffeta; a b s o 1 utoly perfect in weave and finish. Limit, 8 yards to a buyer. 8th St Annex. Corset Covers. 29e values 17c Corset Covers, of fine nainsook; em broidery and lace yokes. Limit, 3 to a buyer. Third Floor. 5c $5 Down (JJO QQ Comforts.... Wt-itVO Down Comforts, in light and dark col ors. Covered with line French sateen. Limit, 1 to a buyer. Fourth Floor. Women's lc 10,. Lisle Hose.. lt Women's Gauze Lisle Hose, highly mercerized; seamless feet; re-enforced. Limit, 2 pairs to a buyer. Main Floor. Matting nngi, values pli4 9x12 ft. Stenciled Jap Matting Rugs, In oriental and floral pat terns. Limit. 1 to a buyer. Fourth Floor. Camping Qfif Hammocks.... iOl Regular $1.98 value. Khaki Cloth Ham mocks, for campers. Large size; very strong; Including bag for carrying. Limit, 1 to a buyer. Fourth Floor. 17c llniHvleres. 20c values. Brassieres of flue cambric; nicely trim med, with embroidery; button back style. All sizes. Limit, 2 to a buyer. Third Floor. $4 Mnrsellles PO Q Spreads Hlt3u Satin Marseilles Spreads, in three handsome designs ; hemmed edRe. Limit. 1 to a buyer. Fourth Floor. 30c Bungalow OQp Aprons iU Bungalow Aprons, of gingham and light colored percale, In neat figures; white piping. Limit, 2 to a buyer. Third Floor. 67c $1.25 Fiber Suit Cases Pressed Leatherette Fiber Suit Cases, 24 Inches long; metal corners; lock and key. Limit, 1 to a buyer. Fourth Floor. on yQrt 98c values .... Tt1 Walnut Finish Screen Doors; size 2 ft. 10x7 ft.; best black wire. Limit. 1 to a buyer. Fourth Floor. Millinery Flowers, Vuluen IQn to 115c Vy All summer flowers for hat trimmings. All kinds and colors. Limit, 3 bunches to a buyer. Second Floor. e, 10c 15c Domct Slinker Flannel 32-Inch Half Bleach ed Pomot Shaker Flannel; a splendid, heavy, soft quality. Limit, 20 yards to a buyer. fcth St. Annex. White Woven l2rtvelopp. 2 pkgs. for...., A fine commercial envelopes. Size 64x 61 inches. A box of fiiiO for 42c, or 2 packages for Sc. Limit of 500 to a buyer. Main Floor. Mercerized Sateen. Cnty 12'C Sfi-Inch Mercerized Sateen, closely wov en, In black, white and colors. Limit, 10 yards to a buyer. Sth St. Annex. 49c 10c Summer Corsets Summer Coritta, of good quality net; medium and long hips; low bust. All have hose supporters. Sizes 19 to 30 Inches. Limit. 8 to a buyett Main Floor. lint Trimmings. Values -I Qn to $;i.oo J.I7C Feathers, Wings and Fancies, in all colors, many of which are suitable for trimming the new fall hats. Limit, 3 to a buyer. Second Floor. v Children's Drawers. values JLSC Children's Drawers of muslin, finished with fine tucks and neat embroidery odge. Sizes 2 to 14 years. Limit, 2 to a buyer. Third Floor. 35c r.Oc White Flannel . . 27-Inch Infants' White Fanncl, good weight, soft finish, with Just enough cotton to mnko It launder nicely. Limit, 10 yards to a buyer. 8th St. Annex. 5c Pillow Tops. Values to 23c rncli Or 0 for 25c. Stamped l'i 1 1 o w Tops. some with backs Included. As soited designs. Limit. C to a buyer. Sth St. Annex Art Dept. Children's in,. 35c Dresses .Ulj Children's Stamped Drosses, In white, tan, pink or blue; some ready made. Sizes 1 to fi years. Limit, 4 to a buyer. Sth St Annex Art Dept.