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fL.J W'-' ycyr "VfJ . -wittir ."Wi " " Vf J "yv WARNINGS ISSUED ft!? CpmttW '! i . '.. coae or "non'tv -including si pertinent Bilggartlons as "Don't ioM a drink 'with a stranger." ''Don't toll to have jrour, Address uf your pocket." and other wnrrdiiga olopn Uar ilpea Is to be one of 'the fcatures'of.tho pjib- )lc" order cornmltein Jts effoi rotect the largo crowds expe'etec Sr the q Ar. Jt. encampment.. , Announcement o 'the plana al 1 -tm" vt a efforts to ? .Announcement .of. the plana already formulated by Major "' Raymond' W. Pullman," chairman of the1 'committee, made' by -the' police thief "at tho-first Jn.??.Un? P thei mmHee at the New AVlllard last night. Nearly 200 of the &0 members of-tho Committee attended the meeting and heard an explanation from Major Pullman of the method H organizing the public, order body and the work 'iU embers are xpcq(,ed y jiu tui i;n ui iioiicb inspectors wu Kvorv effort la in hn nut fnrwAril hv both the police and the members of iii v:u:iuiiiiveo jo co-qperaie ana mp-KO the occasion of the veterans' reunion an enjoyable one tor the visitors, and to 17ilv.t their tipmnn t nnd nronertv Thla will be the aim of the public' or der committee. Major Pullman 'ald.- The chairman of the committee in ex plaining the intention of the police de partment 'to iasue the code of "don'ta," paid thousands -of the circulars will be distributed. ' n v In the opinion of Major Pullman, little trouble will be' experienced in handling the parade crowds. The police chief ex plained that the necessary passage of persons will be greatly facilitated through the courtesy of tho New York city police department, which has loaned the local department scores of stanchions for lining off temporary sidewalks. Streets on the line of march "Till ho cleared of vehicular and pedestrian' traf fic tin hour before the start of the pa rade and cars will be stopped ' a halt hour later. ' POSTOFFiCEFi Director General Standiford An , nounces Building Will Be Ready Tomorrow. Postmaster Merrltt O. Chance and Di rector General Harry Standiford com pleted final arrangements, today for the Installation of tho branch postoffice sta tion at Camp Matthew G. Emory for the benefit of the members of the G. X. J. Work wan commenced on the sta tion this afternoon and will be completed tomorrow morning, the postmaster be lieves. The postal arrangements for the camp Involve the Installation of a complete postoffice establishment In the large room opposite the main entrance to the; building. A corps of clerks will be de tailed from the city postoffice for the Work, and the station will be open for business as soon as It Is completed. It Is understood. The veterans will bo able to dispatch registered and parcel post mall and obtain money orders. Mall ad dressed to veterans at Camp Emery w"l be delivered at the postoffice. The decorating and Installing of furni ture, lights and all the conveniences will bo completed tomorrow evening, Direc tor General Standiford states. He ex presses great satisfaction with the man ner In which Assistant Director H. A. Johnston and the men working with the director general's forces have completed their tasks. The cleaning out of the old Census building and Its preparation for the re ception of the equipment that makea It Camp Matthew G. Emery and the hcadquaiters of the national encamp ment of the G. A. R.. was a task of big proportions. The camp, however, will be ready for the G. A. R. long be foro the G. A. R. 1? ready for It. The flag famine Is not affecting the members of tho Naval Veterans or ganizations who have charge of tho decoration of the "forecastle." "qabln." or "main deck." whatever they choose finally to name the great reunion hall. This morning a squad of bluejackets from tho Dolphin reported to Chairman Fortler for the decoration of this hall with signal flags and the ensigns of foreign nations visited by the navy. This room Is entirely separate from the naval veterans' headquarters room. The t "dog watch" or "main deck" 1? to bo -a Pan-American tomplo In its decorations. The flag of every one of . the Central and South American coun tries is being used in the scheme. The Stars and Strlnos predominate, of course, and over the largo platform has been placed the personal ensign of the Secretary pf the Navy. Quarantine Officers Warns of the Plague Warning has been sent to every pub lic health and quarantine officer of the I'nlted States, that every continent of the world la affected by plague, and that nearly every country of the world is infected. Instructions to guard against introduction of the dread malady into the United States and to use every precaution particularly at ports of entry in the examination of ships and Individuals have been sent out by the Public Health Service. Tho South American distribution of the dlBcase is considered particularly Important to the United States and to the Southern ports of entry. Athletic Events to Liver Children's Work Exhibits An exhibit of Industrial work of the children, and a series of athletic events will be held on tho Garfield Playground tomorrow afterndon between 3:30 and t:30 under direction of Miss Ethel Mac Williams and .Miss Pearl Robertson. The piogram includes a baseball game, tennis matches, tether matches nnd relay- races. ' Mfcdnls will be presented to Paul Mills nnd Hpy Fltrgerald, winners In the play ground tennis tournument. Excise Board Inspects Saloons of Applicants , The Excise board has begun inspection of saloons and wholesale establishments which have applied for licensee 'for the next llcenso year, beginning Novem ber 1. Note will be made of the condition nnd character of the establishment, as well as their proximity to schools, colleges, t1 places of religious worship. Hear ings on the applications will be begun xout October L mmm SS u unite i .TigiU TtobJtyatn Sal$ Affords Cmrtfas MomySamng Qpp lOcCansof Tf (flip . ' Powder lOcChair Seats wm Th 5c THIS COUPON' and-o-for -mhu- is .oni XHI8 .CQUP.ON. and So, for regular 10c Imita tion Leather Chair Seats. flar 10c cana of "Wllbert'a Colonial Talcum 1 powder; , choce xo(- Violet Coryt'opsla'cY Carnation. (T.) invassorted styles, aiaea and color. Cpranite With brass Head tacks: Basement. H-. It W 1. J,", 4,-TU i (- An Extragrdinary Special Sale of One Hundf e Sperfly gtyled NEW FALL SUITS For Misses and (f1 T Women 2T6B5 ty 1 D A rousing early season sale that presents remarkable economies just when you are ready to buy your, new fall suitthe result pi a special purchase in which tjie maker favored us wifl a decided coqeessiqn in the price. You will be "delighted with the splendid variety of smart, new styles and excejlet quaWies in ttys special .sale. They are the very' latest Up-to-the-minute" modes, represented in the jaunty Box Coat, the Russian Blouse effect, the Military, the Tailleur, as well as fancy trimmed and embroidered models. The Fabrics Include Broadcloths, Poplins, Whipcords, Gabardines, Serges and Mannish Mixtures. A complete assortment of the new autumn shades, also black. All sizes for misses and women. Really wonderful values at fifteen dollars. I JilsVf? I i I BSBl I ' 1 IsVl iJpiiWlf Welded Bleached Sheets, double. b?d slaje, "perfect; quality:' ' free from, starch or d.resslhg. , an. sale price. ': .'....;"...; 54x90 Seamless Bleached Sheets, for single beds and cots; fine round thread grade. ' c' Worth 6PC each? 0045 Crochet Bed Spreads, double bed raised Marseilles 'designs. Worth.' $1.25 each., m:mmwwmmmmmmmmwmmm?Mmmim"mmrmm styie, vaiue ana yuaiity combined in Tomorrow's Remarkable Sale of New Trimmed HATS Every One a Regular $5.00 Value at . . . .BBBBBBr' BBBBBBBBBBBBFIrjk itv Jr BBBwSV aualitv materials, with trimmines of firm ntoni nnn.uiJ., i- bows and other smcrt effects. Ms. In style and quality, ere tomorrow at $2.98. EBMaWWtBPBalaMHI Purchase W For j'SaTjUrCV In placing their value at 75c we have been very conservative, for you couldn't buy the materials and make them up for any such, price. Cute and serviceable styles for little girls from 2 to 6 years of age and little boys of to 2 years. Materials consist pf fine quality ginghams, crash chambrav. etc.. in beautiful olaids choMn. ...:.' BBBBBBsT aLL'SBBBBBBBBBa and plain colors. iwo-picce etrect, witn enuroiy new styles of trimmings; loose belts and suspender styles. Every garment full cut and well made An immense variety to choose from at 50c. Juvenile Department, Fhlrd Floor. Middy Suits Regular SI. 25 value. . 98 Girls' two-piece Middy Suits, of plain gingham, plaited aklrta. with waists attached Blouse of plait col ored chambroy, with pUld collars, cuffs, and wide band; finished with cord and buttons, glros 2 to 6 years. Girls' Dresses 98' Regular $1.50 values. . Girls' Dresses, new plaid materials, with Quaker collars, of white ma terial; made with wide, loose bolts; also of Kalatea cloth. lp ue, trim med with red buttons, and white collars; plaited skirts, with deep hems; sizes 6 to 11 years. I the washingktpn - ril - 9RESV1S1X QtH RVRXlTUcUS STORK). Tpjfct Soup fijtolft if 9C THIS QQUPON anc5TiSoforXUR regular 60 cakea 6fTdllet BaKbk: I Including ButUiw. miiK, witch Ha Ml. E g y p to I. Transparent Glycerine,'-, etc' Juat the " kinds for guest room use. (T.) (T.) 'h n V, v. c U f, v A Bargain Sale in Our Domestic Depart ment of Needed Supplies of Sheets, Pillow Cases and Bed Spreads For Your G. A. R. Guests 1 he coming G. A. R. Encampment will mafce extra demands on nearly ".very Washington househqld and we're ready to supply everything needed at nrlrpc that cn11 urnnnmv Uninl mnn u..,i: i ? . r . .7 r" wwiiv.nijr. nun.1 maungtio, uurtiuuig iiuuac proprietors, and private homes will be interested in the following special values for to morrow 's.sale. 81x90 Seamless Bleached Sheets, double bed Bize; heavy linen finish quality. "Strictly perfect CB quality. Worth 76c each....00C 81x90 Seamless Bleached Sheets, extra fine quality; double bed sise.' Worth 89c each. A A. Sale price. , WfB size; in heavy .! 89c $2.98 A sale that should com mand every woman's imme diate attention 'ho wants o' buy a new Trimmed Hat of unmistakable stvle and mini. at much less than such smart millinery usually sells for. These hats come fresh from our workrooms, and are copies and adaptations of the newest and most fashionable ideas obtained from Fashion's most authentic style sources. Charmingly soft and pretty hats, i? lar?e and medium dress shapes, Suitable for ladies nnvtmnr, the equal of others' $5.00 values, of Tub Dresses the Little Follre Values Worth f 75cfor. . . . DUC ' Children's Sweaters Special at... $1.49 Children's Sweaters, all-wool, plain h?,.,W,bnq butt?n8l m red, navy blue. and. brown; sizes 5 (o 12 years. Children's Hats HOC Regular $1.25 values. . 5J5 Children's School Hate, of cordu roys. In white, brown, navy blue, rose tan. and green. Trimmed In the very newest styles. SSVISIT OUR FUKNITURB STORB, typp ywmmw September 22, ACROM TWO f TREaTI lttJN A'l- 5:3 A..M.; CLOSE AT :45 P. M. aaBBBBBBBaBBlBBaBBBBBBaBBBBt -?-- f iajkak t ii", v k .hTmTTiTJt 7 j pmP a'1'9ajVMsaaVaBflaiBaVIIHBBBBBvi' JBBBBak. Thursday Luncheon Vegetable SpUp, Sandwich, Cof feeandPastr' 'n', r 1 Purity Cafe, Second Floor. 45x36 Bleached Pillow Cases, large size; lfnen finish quality; hand torn and ironed. Worth 16c each. Sale i price 116 Crochet Bed Spreads, double bed size; in Marseilles fA. design. Worth $1.00 each. . . . T Crochet Bed Spreads, in handsome raised Mar seilles designs; 'double bed size. i lift Wortfi $1.50 each U19 Manufacturer's Samples of 50c, 75c and $1.00 Silk Girdles and Belts, at 29c All now, up-to-date atylea fav ored by well-dressed women. Fine quality Silk Taffeta and Mesca lines, In many novel effects, shown In solid colore and combinations." Choice of pleated, shirred, or boned Glrdlea, In ' all desirable color. Kinds meant to retail at 10c. TCc, and 11.00, on sale tomorrow for 29c each. Bungalow Aprons Special at 49C New Bungalow Aprons, of per cale, light and medium colors; also ginghams In various, light colors. Open back and front styles, square and round necks, belt and kimono sleeves; regular and extra sires.. Etra Size Gowns Special at 49c Extra-slio Muslin Nightgowns, high and V necks, yokea of clutter tucks, some with wide and narrow embroidery Insertions; long sleeves; necks and sleeves neatly finished. Boys' Stockings Regular 25c values , 17c Bpya' Fast-black Cotton Blockings, seamless foot, double hee and toa; choice of 2x1 and lxl ribbed; sties 7 to 10. Women's He 1 CC Regular 25c values.... 1 J Women's Faat-blaok Cotton Hose, full-fashioned foot, double sole, 'high spliced heel and toe, garter topat medium weights. Women's Vests O 1 Q Regular 12Vfec values. . 02 Women's Oauxo Cotton Vests, low neck and sleeveless; taped neck and arms! plain or frfhey yokes; sixes 4, C, and 8. Women's Union Suits 9QC Regular 50c values, ,., UJ Women's Cumfy-cut Union' SulU, low neck and Meeyelessi silk-taped neck and arms lace-trimmed paatBj slightly imperfect; sires . s, and , Ribbons 17C Regular 30c value. , , , f f f Now Ribbons, wdtha up to 9 inches, In checks, plaids, strips, Dresden, sotln, and moire all best 'plain shades and color combinations, n light or dark effects, ' ACROSS T! ST:!Ti mT ?vn topto? rs aaaHaa BaB Headquarters toe 'lijoui. Holeproof Hosiery New fall'ityles for men; women, and children. quaranUed to wear emontha! ? ' ' r i Young New Fall Models, For Young men arc fast finding out that at Goldenberg's they can get the snappiest styles and the best quality clothes for much less than eaual f grades sell for elsewhere, and is growing an inc time. As an examnle of nnr snnerlnr valiie.p-ivinrr ua nffor thic " of young men's Fall Suits, fashioned of fine quality all-wool fabrics, silk ;: and wool mixtures and fall weieht series, every one a reenter i2.5o ;; value, for $9.25. They are tailored in the best manner, on youthful lines, to 6uit , , most particular young fellows, and are really remarkable values for All sizes 16 tp 2Q years. Fourth Floor. Men's Separate Pants of Worsteds and Cassimeres, in neat dark patterns. Well tailored and perfect nttlng. Blies 28 to 42 walat measurement. M 1ft Regular $2.60 value at wJL X.9 $1.25 "Slumber Stopper" Alarm Clocks For 79c THIS COUPON and TOc for regular $1.25 nickel-plated Alarm Clocks, with large figure dial and concaved glass. Alarm on back. A high-grade guaranteed time piece. (T.) Basement. J Crepe Meteor ff-f On Regular $2.00 value 1. jV 40-lnch Colored Crepe Meteor, ex tra heavy, rich, lustrous quality. In a full assortment of street and even ing shades, Including white and black. Bleached Cotton Regular 8c value. . . 5I( Tard-wide Bleached Cotton, a fine close-woYen quality, for making un dergarments, etc. Percales Regular 10c value. 7IC M-lnch Percales, light ground, with neat figures, dots, stripes, and checks, for women's house dresses, boya' waist, etc. White Swiss Regular 25c value. 9IC 40-lnch White Potted Swiss, fine, sheer quality, with small dots, sub ject to slight imperfections. English Longcloth$l AA Regular $1.75 value l.Ujr Genuine No. 350 Imperial English Lqngcloth, one-yard wide; soft, fine chamois-finish grade; 12 yards In each piece. Cannon Cloth Regular 15c value. 9I M4nch Whlt; Cannon Cloth, heavy linen - finish grade. Bnow - white bleached. India Linon Regular 15c value. 40-lnch White India Llnon, extra fine, sheer quality, for waists and children's dressea. Handkerchiefs .25' Special at 6 for. Women' and Children's Colored Initial Handkerchiefs, white hem stitched borders, with embroidered Initials in pink, blue, and laVendor, Georgette Crepe 1Q Regular $1150 value 1 1 7 40-lnoh Georgette Crepe, extra quality, In white, black, "navy blue, and (jesh colors, Shadow Laces Regular 75c values. .39' 18-lnch Shadow All-over, Ibices, lit white and cream colors shown in a Vf refy of pretty patterns. Cluny Laces Regular 10c and 12V8c '"MQ value. . ,.... 2 Real Linen Cluny Laces, edges, and insertions i wdths up to 2Vi Inches p 'used for trimming scarfs, cvjrfalijs, centerpieces, etc Table Damask Regular 49c value, 25C ibia Da flHnch Mercerised Satin Table Da mask, In rnlll lontlin, from 3 to 8 yards, Oaprted designs, VISIT OUR KUKBflTOBta Tjc 1915. imy a?pm t?k wy Children's 25c $1.25 Seamless Sanitol Tooth Brushes ft IVv, 9c THIS COUPON arid 9c for Sanitol Tooth Brushes, for children; aatne texture and ahape aa tho reg ular 2tc adults' tooth brushes: all pure bristles. (T.) aHPCKjn ps TH1H-COUPON and 7c for reg ular 11.36 Seamless Lipped Sauce pan Seta of heavy quality pure Aluminum. Three pleces--conalst-Ihg of-lHi 2 and S pint alte sauce pans r ' - Basement, (T.) Introductory Sale pf Men?s Sijits Made to Retail at $12.50 $9.25 as a result our list of young men A Rousing Thursday Sale of Boy's 2-Pants Suits Regular $4 Values, $2.89 English Golf Cap Free ! Such excellent qualities and serviceable styles cannot be bought elsewhere for this low price. Each suit wjth TWO PAIRS of pants. New models in fall and winter weight materials, consisting of Corduroy Norfolk Suite Dark Fancy Cheviot Suit Dark Fancy Casimerc Suits All sizes from 6 to 1 7 years. Well tail ored anc strongly sewn to withstand the rough usage of school wear. In addition to the extra value offered at this low price we will give free with every suit an English Band Golf Cap. Boya' 60c Washable Blouse Waists, of tan khaki cloth, and blue cham brny; neckband and collar attached styles; patent waist band; sties 6 to IS years. Sale price, OKt Boys' 60c Tan and Olive Khaki Pants, strap and buckto bottoms, Knickerbocker styles; alee 10 f)Cn to 17 year. Sale price :.... uv WomeiVf High Shoes 1 QC Regular $2.50 grades at tflXa 7J sm r v v-"1 ffi Boya' Sturdy Quality School Shoea, of Gun Metal leather, in button or blucher styles. Sites 1 to (T-g "A 54. Regular S2 $1 flU value at aev Supplies for the G.A.R. At Remarkably Low Prices 60a sets of SteeL Knives and Forks, with cooobola han- QQn dies, Twelve pieces for. ..... OUC ' So White American China f" Dinner or Soup Plates.,,.,,., OX So White American China rrn Cups and Btiuoera for , Ov 13.60 American China Toilet Bets, with gold or tinted deoo ra tions; full alze (SO I A piece , WWt'xU Matting Hugs Regular $4.00 $1.95 values . , , , III! 0x13 largest room alio 180-warn Japanese Matting Rugs, In floral, Oriental, and medallion designs, Light and dark colorings, v Brussels Rugs Regular $13.00 CO QT Lores room also Beamlnss Wool Brussels TIuhs. fl ft, 8x10 ft, a slse: In lloral, medallion, and conventional designs, Colorings t suit any room decoration, STORB, ACROSS TUB STREET; . . , V I ut ioMm ottunam - ' t r i Aluminum Regular 59c 'Pouhtaip " Syringes 39c thIs 'COUPON and Jc for m F o u h tain Sj-ingea-2-qt. alze, complete with hard rubber nt tlng. Trial box of Jyr.& An! aeptlc Powder ffec. (T.) VC patrons crucial inf the taste of the money. Boys' 60c and 75c School Hats, all shapes and fall weight materials; styles suitable for boys from yQ to 10 years of age. Sale price. flOL Boys Rainy Day Outfits, consist ing" of tan waterproof overcoat, with plaid inner lining and auto col lars, alao 'Sou'wester" hat to match; alzes 6 to 16 fcO OR years 9tifO A special offering for Thursday of Women's New Fall Footwear that should interest every econom ically inclined shoe buyer. Button and Blucher styles, of Patent Colt, Gun Metal, and Vici Kid leather, with high or low heels all this season's latest models. Good serviceable qualities, that cannot be equaled for less than $2.50, lowered for tomorrow's sale to $1.95 a pair. All sizes from 22 to 8 in the lot. Little Boys' Shoes, of Patent Colt, Gun Metal, and Tan Calf leathers, in button or blucher styles. Sizes 10 to aS-f Am 18U. Regular Jh I AS S1.76 values at T1TJ Tin Wash Boilers, with copper bottoms, and cold wood handles; strongly made. No, 8 stzo JU9 No. 9 size 11.29 49a Seamless Enameled Dish Pans, with rolled rim; ex- OK tia largo sice dJ 60a Htono China BIop Jars, with coyer and ball handle. Full OQa Storm Serge Regular 75c values. 59' El-Inch All-wool Btorm Berge, close twill grade, In black unu navy bluo only, Wool Poplin Regular $1.25 value.. 98( 41-lnch All-wool Popl(n. lino close woven quality. In black and all want ed shade. Suiting Regular 75c value, 59c 6-lncli fancy Qruy Mixed Suiting, good weight for skirts and suits. ' I aA( " 1 MS. T, BBaBm. .nSESsW bYSmWlsbbv (VBVSB, 4u7MBhSBBSJ9W ' ' mU SuBBBtMCJ ' ' V SBall Mi BhII Jy iSfllf w -SISmiI BsTsHf i BkIBhI BVI ISaJ HI IsV I BBa SSI BH HI BH BJI HH Mm rfi fLr UssTJal "77 Hi 1 I fax W mJP If I 1 fBj.BW && : WW V . J 1 ZfiiitSr' . f .