Newspaper Page Text
THE WASHINGTON TDIES. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1915.
v News Notes and Gossip of Washington Smart Set Items of Interest and Impor tance of Past, Present, and Future Among Official and Fashionable Folk. The chapel of the Papal legation wa the icene of a very charming wedding at 11 o'clock this morning, when MUa Mart Hersilla Calvo. daughter of Don Joaquin Bernardo Calvo, one tlmo min ister of Costa Hlca, became the bride of Thomaa Dcmpscy Harrington, of Doaton. Monslgnor Bonxano, the apostollo delegate, performed the ceremony and the young brothers of the bride, Rafael and Lino Calvo, assisted at the altar. Benor Calvo gave his daughter In marriages and the brldo looked charm ing In a gown of white satin and tulle, trimmed with handsome Irish point lace. Miss Cellna Calvo, who was her sis ter's mold of honor, wore a pale blue satin frock, with a hat of gold lace and bronxo tullo trimmed with fur. The bridesmaids. Miss "Kathleen Andorson and Miss Clara Jaeger, of Montclalr, N. J., wore pale yellow satin gowns. Little Miss Josephine Weller, who served as flower girl, wore a pale blue liberty smock and a blue poke bonnet, with small yellow roses ior trimming. John A. Longan, of Albany, And Jos eph Lamorelle, of Philadelphia, were groomsmen, and the bride's two broth ers, Arturo and Joseph M. Calvo. with Mr. Harringtons brother, Ifijjcls Har llngton, served as ushers. William . ward Harrington was best man for his brother. . After the ceremoay there was a wed ding breakfast at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Calvo In Seventeenth street Mr. Harrington and his bride were assist ed In receiving by Mr. and Mrs. Calvo and by the parents of the bridegroom, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Francis Harring ton, of Boston. Tdrs. Calvo wore a gown of plaid satin moire and georgette crape, trimmed in cream lace, and a hat of black velvet combined with fur. Mrs. Harrington's costume wa of Uur cundy colored velvet, worn with a black picture hat ornamented with os trich tips. Mrs. Arturo Calvo wore a smart gown of velvet In a mahogany shade, made with a draped skirt and trimmed In lace. ..... Among the gflosts at the wedding tere Mrs. Ilobcrt Lansing, the Ambaa rtidor of Franco and Mme. Jusserand, tho Minister of Peru and Mme. Pezet. the Minister of Salvador and Mme. 4al .llver, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Foster, Miss Drain, John Barrett. Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Vanes, Mrs. Edwin Setton. Mrs. J. I. Weller, and Mrs. L.. i Fisher, in addition to Dr. and Mrs. Harrington there were a number of out-of-town Kuests, Miss Dempsey and ueonte i.TTiTMv. from Boston: Arturo Calvo nnrf inunh M. Calvo. who came on ,., m-. Vnrk for their sister's wed ding: Miss Alice M. Hewson. from To ronto; Mr. and Mrs. James Mctlraw and Mr. and Mrs. K.irK ". .."'" ., kT t . n-wmnnrl Tlpht. OI CS ton. ' Ohio;" Charles Lavello, of Butte. and James waisn, 01 iuiuu. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Har--J-..,.- i. nwn fow ft weddlnir trip. Mr. Harrington Is In business In Costa Illca. and will take his bride to her native country... ,, . . Last evening me orao tnmum dinner at the Bhoreham in compliment to her bridal party, ond during the evening she presented her attondanta with dainty pins set with sapphires. Hor guests were airs. ouni-. ......... Mrs. James A. McQraw. Mrs. Kirk Nowcll. Mrs. Richard Austin. Miss Clara Jaeger. Miss Kathleen Anderson, and Miss Cellna Calvo. At the same time Mr. Harrington entertained John A. Lnngan. Joseph Lamorelle, Charles Lavcllc, Raymond Lolchet. James Walsh; James A McCJraw. Kirk Newell. J. M. Colvo. William Harrington, and Francis Harrington at dinner at the Wlllard. the two parties coming to gether afterward to dance. Dr. and Mrs. Harrington. Miss Demp sey. and George Dempsey. who were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Calvo at dinner last evening, are stopping at the Wlllard. Mrs. Julian James has Issued Invi tations for a dinner on October 13. Mrs. Henry C. Corbln. who has been motoring through the North for several weeks, has returned to Voshlngton and Is at her apartment In the Connecticut. Mrs. Corbln's sisters, the Misses Pat ten, are also In town and have opened their Massachusetts avenue home for the season. Mrs. Anna E. Hendlev has closed her bungalow in Atlantic v-iu, """- J". . i.m.A at, har HnilHR ITUest MTS Nanettb B. Paul for the month of Sep tember. They have returned to Wash ington for the opening, Thursday. Oc tober 7. of the educational work of the Anthonv League ana me -aui insiuuic of which Mrs. Paul Is president. r rA.. H'Arlhmnr nnd her son. Comte Raoul d'Adhemar, have engaged npartments for tho winter at the Rich mond Hotel. They will spend the au tumn nt their home. The Manor, at Moss Neck, Va, Dr. and Mrs. J 3! "Boyd ore making a short stay In New York, where they are stopping at the Wolcott. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Payne Mere dith returned tn Washington yesterday Irom Virginia Warm Springs, where thev spent the summer. They are at their homo in Chevy Chase which was leased durlnn tlio summer by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kite, who have token pos session of their (residence In R street for the winter. Mr. nnd Mrs. Axel C. P. Wlchseld me staying nt the Rltz-Carleton In New York for a' few days. Lieutenant Commander C. M. Me Caulev. Jr.. 1' S. N.. who has been In command of the Scorpion, will come to Wnsnineinn snoniy tor uu i ni u . flee of navnl Intelligence In the Navy Department. The Washington Camp, SOS, the Sons of Confederate Veterans, have sent out Invitations for a reception to Its sponsor nnd maid of honor on Tuesday evening, October 1?. at 1M o'clock, nt tho Cairo Dancing will fol'ow at 10 30 o'clock. -J, Tho Rev. f" Frmst Smith will offici ate ut the manliae of Miss Antoinette J.illii'in.i Tyssowskl. daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. A '.. Tynsowskl. and Harry Oswell Claybcrger, at 8 o'clock this evening at St. Thomaa' Church, which will be decorated with palmi and mosses or pinK enrysanmemums. The pricie. who will 'bo given fiway by her father, will be gowned In white satin embroid ered with pearls, with an over dress of pearl embroidered silk net nnd a bertha of point lace. The tulle veil will bo caught to the hair with orange blossoms, and her bouquet wilt bo 111-les-of-the-valley and roses. Her sister, Miss Isabella Tyssowskl will be her only nttendant, una will be gowned In pink taffeta and silk net with trimmings of silver, and will car ry an arm bouquet of nlnk chrysan themums. Franklin Clayberger. Jr.. will act as best man for his brother. whlli the ushers will be Dr. Paul But- Id in Gates. There will be a Inublo ring ski. W. W. phla; Robert Twaddel, Ir, Cogswell, of PhlUdel- and Elmer aniliu m .... ! mII (....,. 1.a win .,, Biiinii viuiuvr ui ui-3 oseph It. 8. Tyssowskl, will car ry me ring to do worn uy mo Driae groom. A reception will follow at the home Many Entertainments Are Planned by the Leaders of Society in Washington. Gossip of Hostesses. ranca that began at Gloucester. Mass.. during the summer. MaJ. Ocn.'Hugh L. Scott, chief of staff of the army, was General Scrlven's best man. Miss Betty Bcrlven, tho general's daughter, attended the bride. The Right Rev Monslgnor Osssldy, rector of St. Peter's Church, New Brighton officiated. The wedding breakfast which followed was atlonded only by relatives and Intimate friends. Mrs. Peter McQuade announced tho engagement of her daughter to General Kcrlven a little more than a month mo Mrs. Bcrlven. the bride. Is a slste? S'f Victor J. McQuadc. master of thfiih. mond County Hunt, and Is an expert daughter of General BerT..nanTiR!! denccs, having been for some years the home of former Senator and Mrs. For nkcr. Mrs. lllodgett will entertain fre quently during the winter for her daughter, whq will bo a charming ad dition to the younger ranks of society. Miss Blodgctt, who Is now a guest of a former schoolmate at Chicago, will go from there to Grand Rapids, Mich., the former home of her mother. She will make her .first bow there next Tuesday, when her uncle, F. II. Peck, will give a dinner dance for her at the Country Club. Miss Louise n. Davis became the of tho bride where palms and pink .....0.c.ul, mu luiiii uic uy..w-. ,,... - t,.... r w... - .... .,J... rations. The guests will bo recelvea "" """- . """ j'""-' by Mr. and Mrs. Tyssowskl, the latter evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of wearing a gown of black and blue net irimmca with black ana aiue iri descent trimmings. Sho will curry America Beauty rotes. Later the couple will leave for an ex tended wedding trip, the bride 'vearlng a tailored suit of dark blue broadcloth trimmed with fur and a small blue and black toque. Some of the out-of-town guests who will attend the wedding will be Mrs. Oscar W. Wood, of Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Clayberger, parents of the brlderroom : Miss Elizabeth Clay berger, Miss Mable Clayb-rgcr. Miss Myrtle Clayberger. and Mr. and Mrs. John Buswell, of Lundonton, N. J. Miss Janle Outlaw Hunt, the only daughter of W. H. Hunt, of Oxford. N. C was married to Ensign Arthur I.an dls. U. S. N.. Saturday evening at 9 o'clock at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Oxford. Twelve officers of the navy acted as ushers A reception fol lowed at the residence of the bride, where nn orchestra Dlayed for dancing. The presents Included two silver services, one from the class of 1915 of the Naval Academy nnd tho other from the officers of tho Utah. Un. T.iiihir w. Mott. wlfo of Con gressman Mott of New York, with her children, has arrived In Washington for the winter. air. Mott win join ms family at the opening of Congress. They have taken nn apartment at 1637 Sixteenth street. Mrs. Mott Is active in D. A. II. work, having served for flvo years as regent of tho Fort Oswego Chanter, and being now honorary re gent. She is also prominent In woman suffrage work In New York, nnd Is the district leader for her home county of Oswego. Mm. rtnhert It. Hltt will leave Wash ington next week for White Sulphur Springs. W. Va. 4 The marriage of Miss Gav Montague. daughter of Congressman and Mrs. An drew Jackson Montague of Virginia, nnd Landon Carter Wellford. son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Rand Wellford. of Richmond, will tako place this evening at 7 o'clock at tho Richmond home of Congressman and Mrs. Montague in the presence of a small party of relatives Katherlno Bcrlven. Ills first wife, who was Miss Bertha Bragg, was the daughter of Oen. Edward S. Bragg. General Bcrlven was graduated In Ufs from tho United States Military Acad emy. Ho has been military attache In Mexico and Rome, attended the Russian coronation, and was detailed with the Turkish forces In 1SS7. General Bcrircn saw senrl9b In Cuba, the Philippines and China. He la a member of the University and the New York Athletic Clubs, and ot the Army and Navy, , Metropolitan, and Riding and Hunt Clubs, of Washington. His horn m this city Is at SOW N street , Onsets tb watVUng were Col. Ar- thurstk, CM. Roberi Geddes. Lieut. John ClraCr, Mr8- and JI,M I,ulu Henri- fOtsujlnued on Twelfth Page.) and Intimate friends The bride-to-be was educated at Hol lina College, and has accompanied her father twice on missions of importance for the Government to South America and to Europe. Congressman Montague was at one time governor of Virginia, and Is one of the most distinguished men In the State. Mr. Wellford belongs to one of the oldest and best known families In the South, nnd Sabine Hall, the Wellford home In Richmond county. Is one of the show nlaces or that sec tion of Virginia. He Is a graduate of the University of Virginia. Rear Admiral and Mrs. W. C. Cowles. I. 8. N.. are at the Astor Hotel In New York city, after spending a few days In this city. Mrs. Whltrlaw Relil. who Is a guest of Mrs. William D. Sloane in Lenox, Mass., will leavo there today for her home In White Plains, N. Y. Helen Blodgett. daughter of Mrs. Delos lllodgett, probably will be tho first debutante of the Washington sea son. Mrs. lllodgett will give a tea for her .on Thanuegivlng Day, ror many years a favorite day with Washington debutantes. The tea will he followed by a small dinner dance at the home of Mrs. Blodgett In Sixteenth street, well known among smart Washington rest- Mr. nnd Mrs. Ivlns Davis at Congress Heights. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. L. M. Bennett, pastor of the Con gress Heights Mrthodlat Church. In a bower of white chrysanthemums, gold en-rod and palms, the same scheme of uecoranon Dcing carrico- out tnrougnoui the lower floor. The bride wore a gown of white crepe de chine, with an overdress of lace trimmed with pearl ornaments and a tulle veil, and carried shower uounuet or Brine roses ana lilies of the valley. The mold of honor. Miss Blanche BurnUD. wore blue crepo de chine and carried pink Bride roses. Samuel llouiton was best man. A re ception followed, when .the toung couple were assisted In receiving by the bride's mother, Mrs. Davis, who wore hnndeomn gown or nale gray crene de chine; Mrs. S. M. Allred of Greens boro, N, C., a sister of me onaegroom; Mrf Charles Englert and Mrs. Andrlen McKay. Iater Mr nnd Mrs. Wysong left for their wedding trip, tbe bride wearing a smart tailor-made suit of brown chiffon broadcloth, with n brown velvet hat to match, trimmed with panslcs. After visiting relatives and frlonrl In North and South Carolina and Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. Wysong will be pt home at BOS Alabama avenue, Congress Heights, I). C, after Novem ber 1. -- Mrs. Ezra Gould, of this city, has re turned to her summer residence In New port, after spending several days In Washington. f nobert Itscon, who has been the guest of Henry Cloy Frlck, at Eagle Rock, the Frlck summer home in Pride's Cross ing, Mass., has returned to New York, accompanied by Mr. Frlck. The Secretary of Htnt,e and Mrs. Lan sing were hosts at dinner Tuesday evening, when the guests of honor were the Chinese Minister and Mme. Shah. Homo of the guests were the newly ap nolnted Chinese Minister to Mexico. Dr. Koo, Mr. Wong, nnd Frnnk Polk, coun selor of the State Department. The Russian Ambassador and Mme. Bakhmeteff. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Storrs Wells, nnd Mrs. Marcus A. Hnnnn were some of the dinner hosts of last evening at the Plaza, In New York city. Men In uniforms of blue and gold stood nt attention yestorday noon when their chief. Brig. Gen. George Perclval Kcrlven. and Miss Elizabeth McQuade. daughter of Mrs. Peter McQuade. of New Brighton, Staten Island, were mar ried nt the home of the bride's mother Tho wedding of Miss McQuade and Gen eral Bcrlven. who la chief signal officer of the army, was the outcome of a ro- '- ''..!. Ull. II Corns and Callouses Don't endure foot "irony. Hr 1 qulckfHt and nureat rtmedy known. "Two tabtfspoonfu1fl of Caloclda com pound In Harm foot bath" Thl vtct Instant rtlrf. rorna and ral louarfl can bt plcd right off. Equl ty cfTectUe for aching or awpaty ft and ort hunlona. It acta through the porta, removing th caua. Ijirgn bo of Caloclde twenty-five centa t ny drug or general store Prepared at Medical Formula laboratorlti. Dayton, Ohio. ---- fi-iie ii i e i i a-i-a-i-a-i ai i i f i a iii m 1 a i a i a i m i ! I; Special Ten-Day Clearance Sale of ;; :: New and Used Upright Pianos ;; $300 Bradley ...$175.00 $350 Needham ...$200.00 $375 Lindeman ..$225.00 t $250 Universal ..$150.00 $250 Warren ...$150.00 $300 Preston . . $300 Stoddart . $275 Maitland . $200 Norm . . . $250 Demarest .$200.00 $175.00 .$185.00 . $60.00 . $95.00 These are'a few of the extraordinary bargains to be had at this time. We give free stool, scarf and one year's tuning free with these instruments, and can make terms to suit your convenience. 13th and GSt,N.W. mm& 13th and GSts.N.W. How Any Woman Can Remove Hairy Growths (Beauty Culture) It Is not longer necessnrv for a woman to Nlsit a lipautv specialist to have r.ipeilluoUH hnits removed, for, with tho nld of h plain ilelatone paste, she can, l:i the prlxnoy of hpr own home, remove nm a Ktiihnnrn growth In a erv few li'lm li" The p'tste Is made In mixing fi nip wHtir with a lltle powdered dels t fte This Is applied lo the hairs anl I '! r I or 3 nilnules removed anil tho tMn washed, when It will he left clear nnd heirless tie sure uu buy real detatone. Advt. I Sep. Ad In Friday's Times e-i-e-i-ai-fri-e-ia-i-fri-e-i'i a i a i a i a la ta i aia iaiiiaiaiiai e-i-i SOUTHWICK SHOPS 14th and New York Ave. Retiring From Business Store Closed Thursday and Friday BIG SALE OF ' CLOTHING FURNISHINGS and HATS Starts Saturday at 9 A. M. Moobwarb & Xotbrop New York-WASHINGTON-Paris Friday Our Regular Weekly Remnant Day Great reductions and special values are to be found in nearly every department throughout the store on Friday. We note several; there are many others. Friday Clearance of Boys' Suits and Hats at Greatly Reduced Prices Two lots of Suits and one lot of Hats in good styles, materials, and colors to be closed out im mediately. 45 Boys' Norfolk Suits, neat patterns of gray, tan, and brown ; 9 to 1 8 year sizes. Some have two pairs of trousers. Clearance price, $3.95 each. Formerly $5.00 and $6.00. 26 Novelty Suits for little boys, 2i to 8 years of age. They are made of serge, velvet, and corduroy in handsome one Third floor. Kletenth afreet. of-a-kind styles that cannot be duplicated. Clearance price, $3.95 each. Formerly $7.50 to $12.50. A lot of Hats broken and in complete lines of the season's best styles black, blue, brown, end tans, in plain and rough felts. Suitable for boys 3 to 6 years of age. Clearance Price, 75c and $1.00 each. Formerly $1.00 to $3.00. Friday Clearance of Misses1 and Children's Coats Fall coats are not often priced below regular at this time of the year, and when such an opportunity is presented it should be advantageously used. Lot 1 Coats in plain col ored serge and checked striped fabrics suitable for fall wear; sizes from 6 to 10 years. $3.95 each. Were up to $10.00. Lot 2 Misses' Coats, in three-quarter lengths, of cov ert cloths, plaids and checked materials; some lined through out. Sizes 16 and 18 years. $8.75 each. Were up to $25.00. Friday Clearance of Desirable Silks Lot 1127 yards 22-inch BLACK SURAH, Special price, 69c yard. Was $1.00. Lot 253 vards 30-inch ALL-SILK MEN'S- BLUE SERGE, Special price, $1.50 yard. Was $2.00. Becond floor, O atreet. , Cotton Waist Department Cotton Voile Blouses in a large assortment of styles, at tractively lace trimmed and tucked; long sleeves. $1.00 each were $1.95 $1.95 each were $2.95 $1.95 each were $5.00 $1.95 each were $2.25 $2.95 each were $5.75 Third floor, O street. A few Tailored Shirt Waists, size 32 only, suitable for misses' school wear. 25c each. Were $1.00. Black Lawn Waists, long sleeves and high neck, box plaited or plain shirfstyle. 25c each. Were $1 and $1.50. A few Cross-barred Marqui sette Blouses, cuffs and front trimmed with laces; long sleeves. 68c each. Were $1.00. Friday Special in Unframed Pictures Genuine Mezzo Prints, in beautiful colorings, and in good as sortment of subjects, many of them copies from well-known artists. we mention just a few: POT OF BASIL. HARP OF THE WINDS. HOPE. BLUE BOY. SIR GALLAHAD. FISHERMAN'S HUT. MADONNA, by Botticelli. SPRING, by Corot. THE CONCERT. A Rare Value at 50c Each. Fourth floor. F street. r ,.- ur Xtiitt PtlrtAln with Japanese hand-drawn and embroid ery work; i yarda long, f3.00 pair. Were H.7B. fi pairs White Scrim Curtains, with lace Insertion trimming: 2V, yards long; 2.00 pair. Were W.35. 6 pairs White Marquisette Cur tains, lace Insertion and edge; 2.73 pair. Were 4.O0. 4 pairs Soft Voile Curtains, lace edge and Insertion trimming, 3.(X pair. Were -l.0. 6 pairs Solsette Curtains, hand drawn work and hemstitched de sign; soft and pretty, f 4.0(1 pair. Were 6.30. 4 pairs Scrim Curtains, with cut out flowered border, 24 yards long; 2.2S pair. Were fl.00. 6 pairs .Scrim Curtains, yellow appliqUL border, tl.:t5 pair. Were 2.7ft. 7 pairs Swiss Curtains, blue bor der, 00e pair. Mere 2.00. 3 pairs Handsome Filet Insertion and Ildge Curtains, mounted on scrm; flO.OO pair. Were IIn.oo. 2 palls Antique Lace Curtains, In set Hon and edge nn scrim. S'i j aids Ions-, I.M pnlr. Mere f7.ft0. 3 pairs llenalisance l.ace Cur tains, wide Insertion and edg tilir.mlns 3 jarda long. 7,oo pair. 'Wtrt ll.n. Fouilh floor, G meet. Friday Clearance of Lace Curtains Several small lots of Desirable Lace Curtains, in a variety of materials and styles, reduced for clearance. 5 pairs Mnrle Antoinette Cur tains, 3 yards long; $7.30 pair. Wen fO.OO. 3 pairs Mnrle Antoinette Cur tains, S'i yinds long, roo pnlr. Were (12.00. 4 polls I.acct Arahlan Curtains, 3 ards long; tl.00 pair. Were 7.30. 2 ralrs ivorv Swiss Point Cur tains, C',4 vurds long, 7.30 pnlr. Were aiu.DO. 3 pairs Handsome Cluny Lace. Curtains white 3'i vards long; flO.OO pnlr. Were (13.00. 2 pairs Fine Prlnres CuiUlns, 3' nrds long, (UI."W pair, Merc (22.30. In addition to the Item men tioned there Is qulle a number of oilier Ktylrs In l.ace Cui tains, ninrked,at low prices to close out. Snmplts and left-over collections, some of whlrh may he soiled or murscd from handling. Alto 100 remnants ond short lengths of Cretonnes, Scrims. Nets and various upholsfry nnd drap ery mnterlals, one-thhd to one half les than former prices. Parcel Pod Mail Orders Bring Our Store to Your Door Store Hours 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. Daily Leaders Then. Established 1860. Leaders Now. Our 5 5th Anniversary Sale TwoBigEvents Crowded Into One rpOMORROW Friday Limit Specials combined with our 55th Anniversary Sale will make this Friday event one with twice its usual force. ENTHUSIASM reaches its climax Eager shoppers are rush ing to this Anniversary Sale to BUY NEW FALL GOODS at end-of-thc-season prices. $2.98 ANNIVERSARY SALE OF New Fall Waists Tomorrow Presents Economies Galore in Our Waist Section Fine Dress Blouses Values Up to $5.00 . . A wonderful assortment of Beautiful Waists at this special price; Faille Silks in shadow stripe effects, trimmed with large jet buttons; Handsome Plaid Blouses, with convertible collar; Chiffon and Silk Lace Combinations, with Georgette crepe trim mings, and a host of other styles, in all sizes. Extra Special $1.50 Waists at. . 99c Cotton Gabardine, Self-stripe "Seco" Silks; also Polka Dots in Solid Colors, Navy Blue, Black or White; made with the con vertible collar and trimmed with pearl buttons; all sizes. Waist Section Second Floor Lansburgh & Bro. )(K'RV Mlf ttl .1 S '.Iv s n' 4s ' 7 .C ' 'M ANNIVERSARY SALE OF Ufctrimmed Hats A fortunate purchase from one of our leading makers makes possible this great opportunity just in time FOR THE BIRTHDAY SALE. 2,500 New Untrimmed Hats in Three Big Lots Every new shape and color is represented in the assortments. Regular $2 Values at 89c wvl'..$i49 Regular 1 .$t4Va,ue,l-95 An Expert Hat Trimming Service Free of All Cost to You. Sale on Second Floor Millinery Section Lannbursh ft bro. Friday Limit Specials Washington's Favorite Friday Sale. Quantities limited to prevent dealers buying. No mail, phone or C. O. D. orders tilled. H'omf'i SI.2S CI AC Kldfiloir. B1.UD ..ui.vi a tiinvc rvil Gloves, In blick. white or iu, wiwi iir or contnutlnc embroidered backs, llnlslied with P. K. seams. I.lmlt, 1 pair to a bujer. Main Floor. Ilfte Fl.innrl- CoMrno 40C Women's White Flan nelette Gowns. flood, heavj (iuallt Made Hubbard st le, . with joke nnd collar Limit. 2 to 11 liujer Third Floor. Handkerchiefs, Q9 i a llosen . . OOK, I Itocular K)c value I I-adles' and Chlldicn's Sheer Knnn llnnd- j kerchiefs, hemstitched i with corded holders I.lmlt, 1 dozen to a buer . Main Floor 22c IlrHNftlrrm, littr vii 1 up Hras-'lrri , mii.p of cnoil fUnlit muslin; rmhroMci trim m 1 nke. hook front mod el. Limit, o to h bu.er Main rioor Linen 65c THr Dnllns ShrrlH Mx!il DalHs Sheets double-bed sire, hand tnin with three-Inch hem I.lmlt. 1', to a buyer. Main Floor. 9'!zc S1.59 Ladles' S3 lTmhrellas I-adlcs' All-silk or un ion Silk Finbrellns, mounted on imraKon frame with steel rod, with plain, caived or trimmed mlslon han dles All-silk ones In blnck and colors Fnlon Silk In black only I.lmlt. I to n buyer. Main Floor Women's .1 ., All- 0 11 I (JJO CQ Sneuler ijtdtVtJ All-wool Sweaters, ef fective fancy atltrh, llnlslied with two pock ets. AM ho best shades, nlso black. I.lmlt 1 to a bucr. Main Flooi I'lllonenses. IX'tr Value- 4;x"6-in. or 4.1x36-ln. Sunflower Pillowcases. Made of excellent qual- lt cotton Choice of other size. Limit. 1 dozen to a buer Main Floor 25c lOe tnblencheil Cl.n Sheetings ' 40-Inch I'nhlcached SheetlnB The Sen Isl and kind, that blenches In one or two washings. I.lmlt. i) yards to a buer Main Floor 9'2C Itlc "Punjalr Percales . . "Seconds" of tho rn moua "Punjab" percales, In n law assortment of fancv strlres for house dresses, bo s' waists, etc. I.lmlt, ) yards to n bier . Msln Floor. 12'2C He mark nteii 30-lnch Illnck Hnlern foi bloomers, petti coats, dresses and coat HnlnKs. Tho correct wclKht for fall: highly meicerized finish. Limit, ! nrds to a bmer. Mb St Annex 39c ROc Mlvniitn" Children s Knmncrs "Iwonta Hrand," of chnmhray cliiKlnm or, Ki'nlea Mrlpci or solid .olois. Dlanrr ir bloomer stes Slzej il months to fi yeais I.lmlt, I to a bucr Third Floor 11 Uses' Uv in lllbl.ed loe.. lVC Choice of fast black or white, In moi all sl7es An exceptional wearing hose. Limit, t pairs to a nil) pi. Main Floor. -IVe Mrrrcrlreil -1 rr Snteeit 11 v 30-Inch Mercer Izcd Snleen In all wanted colors. Medium wciKhl. tine, soft oualltv, hlKhly meicerlzcd I.lmlt, ii yards to a buyer. Ktli SLAiineN LlnlnKs 7.1e All-Woiil " QO UiitUIr . . OUC Our stnple, 75c lin poited All-wool Ua tlstc. Full 44 Inches wide, perfectly woen nnd finished. Colors, Wll rla. exposition fluid, Gray and Alice lllue. Limit, 1 Dress Pat tern to a buyer. Mh St Annex rOt S.-llieh Centerpieces IMnch Stamped All llnen Centerpieces. For French and c)elet em broldeiy I.lmlt. .1 to a buyer. Mh Si Annex. 10c J.le stamped I'lercs otnmped Pincushions, size 5x1.1 Inches, and Trav Coers Stamped in new and pretty de signs on Lakeside Linen I.lmlt. 4 to a bujer. Hh St Annex .e 25c ollet I'n- ner. 7 Molls for rill" Toilet Tissue. T1'" r'Riilir V ize roll. Limit, 7 mils to hu ci Main Floor. lilius . .. --x4U l.idies' Le-ither Hand- Iiiirs Willi jewel clasp. Mci l) lilted with pura and mirror I.lmlt, 1 to n buyer. Miln lloor i.u.i i:nii.h 7r Lonirelntli I tJC Sii-lnch Knitllsh LonK cloth; Hue, soft grade; absolutely perfect and full 10 Mil da to tho Ifclecc. I.lmlt, 1 piece to huyer. Mh St Annex S3.88 Helllen Jnreail . Kxtra Blze nnd welKht. made for box sprlnu.i, cut-out "orner ocallop ed edee, also fringed Limit : to a huyer Fourth Floor Thimbles, ..le -I r nliir JlUC .sterlinu Silver Thim ble An extraordinary tlun at the prlco quoted Limit. 3 to n buyer. Main Floor. IM.'U It not (") nO ni. Illmiket t5 .DO i'xtri size, heavy nap, lluel llnlshed and wnrm Choice of white, and Kray, pink and blue holder Limit. J to a buyer. Fourth Floor SI.7P LarKe alse fnrls I)l.o4 I'oveied with slllro line and tilled with beat crude white laminated cotton IIkIU and dark colors Limit ' to a buyer. Fourth Floor