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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. TITUHSDAY. NOVEMBER 2r, 1015. IDE IH PRINTEHV Most Switches Incident to New Night Shifts Because of Added Work. WU. t . & UMaa In tha fifW. .&.. nl . nfflM. Mantf nf thntn I Incident on the going In of the newj night uhlft were announced by Public Printer Ford today. They are: Appointments: Mm. Louise. W. Chat terton, proofreader, reinstated! Grant Stiller, temporijy messenger boy: "hrltopher H. Smith, linotype operator. Reinstated: Ernest E. Wear, compositor. Unstated; Letter S Mnrtln, monotvpe feayboard operator, reinstated; James n. Sheridan. Joseph E. Welch, Andrew J. Heard, and Fred 8. Cawson, proba tionary pressmen; Wilfred C. Altken head, skilled laborer, reinstated; Thomas J. Croggon, probationary stereotyper; William F. Casey, probatlonal book binder; osrv K waiters, jnnn i. trn farty, Joseph D. O Nent, and uuy A, .on, temnorarv ltnotvrje. operators: Paul O. Wrenn. William J. Harrover, George V. Porter. Preston 8. Williams, Warren Oordon. Garfield C. Thompson, Thomas E. Carter, Asgatl 8. Rogers, and James T. Allen, temporary skilled laborers Transfers, etc. Jamci O. Hocho, mes senger bov. H20 per annum, office of the purchasing agent, to messenger, at 15 rents per hour, proof section: John M. Hlchards, electrotype tnolder. CO cents per hour, foundry section (dav), to foun dry section (nU'ht); James W, Doocy, copy editor. Kl cents per hour, proof sec tion (dav), to proof section (night): Miss Anna II. Huntt. assistant telephone switchboard operator. JWO per nnnum, office of the chief clerk, to telephone switchboard operator. I'M per annum. oBce of the chief clerk: Miss Helen A. McNIcholns, telephone switchboard oner ntor. 1720 per annum office of tho chief clerk, to helper, at WTO per annum. ofTIco of superintendent of documents: Mrs. Madeline A. McKelllcan. helper. 1S70 per annum, office superintendent of docu ments, skilled laborer. 25 cents per hour, office of superintendent of documents; Edlward H HnnBlltcr. monotype machin ist: Dennis K. Hhechan. helper. 40 cents; Henry O. Pchulz. Wellington C. Robin son, caster helpers, from monotpe sec tion day to night: Arthur E Maccubbln. helper. 45 cents per hour, pamphlet bind ing section, to helper, at T0 cents per liottr; Prank llrodte. messenger boy. IS cents per hour, office of superintendent of work, to messenger, at 26 cents per hour; Clarence N. Coates John M. Jeff ries. Robert W. McOrath. messenger boys, IS cents per hour office of super intendent of work, to messenger. 25 cents per hour; Claude Z. Haines, assistant foreman. SO cents per hour, monotype section (dav), to foreman. S2.2.V) per an num, monotvpc section (night); William A, Pratt, assistant foreman. 80 cents per hour, proof section (day), to foreman. HJnC per annum, proof modioli (night); Harry Johnson, electrotype fin isher. 60 cents per hour, foundry section (day), to assistant foreman. SO cents per hour, foundry section (night). Waller II Cuthrldgc, proofreader, TO cents per hour, proof section (dav), (o chief re lser. 65 cents per hour proof sei tlon (night); George N. ttrooks. unskilled la borer, 25 cents ier hour, office superin tendent documents, to, t Sii per annum; William ri. Kill, monotype operator WJ cents per hour, monotype section (day), to deskman, 65 cents per houi, mono lP" section (night); John O'Duip noghuc, deskman, C6c per hour, mono tpo section (day), to assistant fore man, K cents per hour, monotype sec tion (night); William M, McKlmnile. tmssenger boy, 15 cents por hour. Job section, to skilled laborer, 25 cents pri hour, linotype section: Timothy J, Fryo, skilled laboior, torwardlng and finish ing section, to linotype section; Frank. Howard, unskilled lnborcr, stores di vision, to linotype section (day): Thomas J. McDonough, temporary stenmtltter, SO cents per houi, engineers section, to probatlonal ateamflttcr 60 cents per hcur: Mlia Vlofet E. Clar ridge, skill d laborer (female). 25 cents per hour, ruling and sewing section, to nslstnnt telephone srltchbonrd oper ator, two per annum, office of tho chief clerk. Belgian Relief Gifts Sent to Mrs. Logan Further contributions of cash and clothlnr for tho relief of tho destitute Hclslana have been received bv Mrs. John A. IxiKati, chairman of the District of Columbia llelglan Relief Committee, according to a report Just made public. Tho following cash contributions are acknowledged by Mrs. Lagan. Captain and Mrs. Clayton, 120: Mrs. W. A. Cain dry. $1: Miss Allle Gray. It: Miss Mary J. Rathburn, 3: Georgia Robertson. 25; R. N. Everett. II: Mrs. R. M. Thompson, $10; Mrs. James C. Lloyd. II; Loula Ol clas, IS, and W. P. Lipscomb. 15. Miss Gatchell to Head G. W. U. Girls' Glee Club Marine Band Returns; Plans to Give Concert Following on eight weeks' tour thruURh the North and Middle West, . - ....,. u-n.l rrtturnoil to Washlnc- Kinn allium- ..... - -. , i. Ti,.. tinml lift-, averaged ion i..un. --- ".. , Inn rnncerts a W"0K. ine tour is nuiu , to )iav been the most successful In the history of the organisation. Announcement Is made that a "home coming" concert will be given at the Bclasco Theater Bunrtsy night. Built Wall At Eighty-Four. CENTRALIA, Kan., Nov. 25. tf a i. ... ,1,1 he feels. Ell Avrrv must be about forty years younger than i elghtv.fi.ur years tne lomny uiuio says he Is. He has built n cement re- I talnlng wall eighty feet long and four feet high around his residence property i at iiorr, mixing my wutic ,,. all the work himself. MIsj Mnrle E. Gatchell, senior In Co lumbian College, has been e'ected pres ident of the Girls' illee Club of Oeorgs Washington University: Other officers are Miss Theodosla Darling Selhold, secretary. Miss Margaret Haines, treasurer, and ".'lss N. P. Olll. librarian. Miss Joann Uest has been chosen pianist. LOCAL MENTION. Expert Fountain Pen Repairing. All makes. Fountain Pen Shop, 1421 Pa. Ave. Today. Film Thriller. Virginia Thea- ater, "Souls Tempest" The Andemon Printery, 1407 New York ave. N. W., opens Friday, Nov. M. Friends and business men Invited to luncheon. 11 :30 to 2 p. m. Dancing Every Evening At Hanrey'a Famous Restaurant The Sunday Evening Times Given reliable advertisers n last minute talk with over forty thousand homes. Rectifier of Wills. W. I.. Hass, Munsey tlldg and 60 Wall 8t, N, Y. City. Phone Your Want Ad to The Times, Main KSO, For Army-Navy Game Polo Grounds New York, Nov. 27. take Ilaltimore and ijhln All tralni Friday find Saturday morning. . Sperlnl train with Pullmans snd diner from Washington at 7 00 a m , Caturday, arrive New York 12 00 noon, 100 round trip Good returning untli Monday Inclusive Advt. GARDEN TODAY Last Time IN laiTI Uckwood End of the Road Nut Week Dastin Farnum, Douglass Fairbanks, Raymond Hitchcock STRAND z Open Daily 8:30 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. Saturday Hours, Beginning This Saturday, Open 9 A. Hi. to 6 P. M. "THE BUSY OOBNERM 2Catm l&mje & fc. STB STRAND PENNA. AYE. GET ONE FOR YOUR LITTLE GIRL- A Toy "Wizard" Mop At 10c Tomorrow & These are line for the llttlo girls who are learning the art of scientific housekeeping. Teaches, amuses, and Is altogether desirable. Mother may nnd plenty of uso for this handy little help, for It may bo used Just as her larger slied one: and treated with Wizard Polish It gets Into the small places. die. Choice of pink or black mop section, with 27-Inch nan- Don t miss It get one tomorrow. Ksnn's Ith Floor i ii niiii'i i iininiMiiiiiii inn ' Here It Is Nearly One Week Ahead of Timel In response to many requests and the makers' co-operation in getting mem ready at this time. Kann's Christmas Sale of Ribbons In Lengths With greater quantities than ever before, greater ranire of colorings and lower prices. Tomorrow Should Be the Biggett Ribbon Day of Our History Satin Taffeta Ribbon Lengths, large range of colorings, suitable for fancy work, lingerie, Choice of mais, green, lavender, white, pink, blue, ana rea, etc. girdles, sashes and hair bows, Vs to 3s-inch Widths, 3c to 4c Value, SPECIAL, YARD, 2c 212 to 3V2 -inch Widths, 25c to 29c Values, 12c yd. Vt to 3,4-inch Widths, 5c to 7c Values, SPECIAL, YARD, 4c 5-in. width. 48c and 55c Values. Special, yard, 26c 89c to $1.50 Ribbons, Yard, 69c Fancy Ribbons in light and dark color ings; good quality from 8 to 10 inches wide; light tand dark flowered, fancy striped and plaiJ effects, much wanted widths for fancy work for Christmas. Kann's Street Door. TODAY-lastTlrae GEORGE PROBERT -IW- NEDRA BmmmJk FRIDAY'S GREAT SHOE SALE! Ml Hill H I II ---' " -y-a-sj, ' ' ' --- Blll r VXTT-W "iT9" " siii . .... m 1 l&lj. Sr; HI vzfwfrSL QiHJ Iii rrzrrW7i X k I xMr 1 MAY V I i:,Mi I " ' 1 I i! 1 to 1V4 -inch Widths 10c to 12c Values, SPECIAL, YARD, 6c 25c to 39c Ribbons, Yard, 19c Fancy Flowered Ribbons, 5 to 6 inches wide; also 7-inch Moire Ribbons and 6-inch Satins. Good colorings. Ribbon Bows of All Kinds ' For lingerie, sashes, hat trimmings, and fancy work. TIED FREE OF CHARGE when ribbons are purchased here. A Better Than Ever Lot of Remnants of WASH GOODS Nice lot of remnants of! apron ginghams, percales, madras, 32-in. ginghams suit-! able for little children's! frocks, and many other wash goods, worth up to 15c a yard. Also a lot of outing flannel remnants, striped and checked patterns in pink and blue combined with white, at a yd. 5c Kann's Street Floor. --- SALE EXTRAORDINARY Women's Suits and Coats Odd Lots and Broken Lines Selected From Our Regular Lines Selling Up to $25, Priced For Immediate Clearance Friday The fact they are from our own regular stocks, combined with the variety of worthy qualities involved, should instantly decide you to be on hand early tomorrow. Suits and Coats That Are New in Style, Color and Fabrics, All at the One Price $in Gabardine Suits Poplin Suits Whipcord Suits Novelty Mixed Suits i 4w r w Kann's Second Floor. Novelty Mixed Coats Cheviot Coats Plaid Coats Zibeline Coats I.I..I 9 ' I ' " I I 'I i. .. Over 3,000 Pairs. Over 50 Choice Styles of Women's Boots In a Great Month-End Clearance Saving You 50c to $3.00 on Each Pair! A mammoth House Cleaning Sale of all our broken lines of women' J12.50 to $5 Shoes most of them latest fashions all of them perfect and desirable in every way. Including Button and Laced Boots, Plain or "Fancy" In All Leathers and Plenty of All Sizes but not all sizes' of each kind. Don't fail to attend this Biggest $1,95 Sale we ever held at all our 3 stores tomorrow. $1.95 250 Pairs Men's $2.50 and $3 Winter Shoes, Friday at These are all Tan KusMa Calf Shoes good, folid winter styles. fi good Laced and Button medium or full toe shapes. Sixes: Mostly 5 to 0 and 8 to 10. At all 3 Mores. FRIDAY AT $1.95 I'AIK. $1.65 Friday Sole of Boysrand Girls' School Shoes at Good, substantial qualities in attractively Myled School Shoes. Hoys: Gun Metal Calf laced and button. 2 sturdy styles. Sizes 1 to fi. Girls: Patent Colt, Black Calf or Kid cloth or kid topped button boots. All sizes up to 2. Immense Xmas Slipper and Hosiery Usable Lengths W anted Linings In a Clean-Un Sale Tontor- row Priced to Rock Hottom SHORT LENGTHS Each W Satins 1 I Also Silk and Wool Poplins Pieces of good quality ma- iterials that can be used for fancy work, and many other useful purposes. REMNANTS Sateens "I Percalincs J- 2 Etc. j Yard Worth to 35c yard; also t good lengths for gift making, fancy work, etc. Wann'n tt-f 1'lnnr I. -- ----. ----- .. -fr 12k The House of Skilled Service" For the Unexpected Gnest or the Uomc-Comirt; Members of the Family An Extra Bed and Bed Accessories Get what you need from these specials: Guaranteed Brass Beds t.lmltril quantity. 2-lnch contlntiou pout MI. with hMivy mount 5 tllltnic rol with neat top mounts, hrluht nnd mtln nnloheii. aclil and tarnlxh proof lacnuer. 1'ull rlre Only $9.95 White Enamel Beds Ncitlv mad and tlnlahnl with oval too rail. mall quan tity to clone out 4 xlngln bedi. nize 3i ft., 2 full beds size 4 ft. KS0 valuf. CIIOH'K inn rKATHKR PILLOWS, idzr UxtS In rillrd with sanitary foatliors covered with floral atrlpe art tlcklnK KACH Limit I Ui cuitomer. lnO rHATHKIt HUD PILLOWS, alze 15x36 In. Covered with floral utrlpe art tlcklnK. soft and comfortable &0c values. I'HIDAV. UACII ,..- - ..-n '' --' ''.fr nrrni . - --j-rrSsugg $1.39 Factory Seconds of Our 75c Traveling or Shopping Bags Choice Q J Tomorrow . . ujyQ Choice of (.Ire 16 and lis Inches, covers of nlald cloth In quiet color effects, riveted han dles lirnss flnlh catches, slight Imperfections are a wrinkle In cloth cover or sllttht snot, not larce enoUKh to affect appearance or wear Small Size Trunks S4.00and S4.50 Values 1 i Choice C0 QC 1 Tomorrou' ip. jsJ Neat, stronBly made, covered with heavy painted canvas met- Ial buinptrs, nnd trlmmlnRK, hardwood slats, sheet steM bot tom, trav with hat box. rs-lnch size of trunks: 18 and JI Inch size of steamer. Kann's Third rioor A Friday Remnant Sale of Fall Draperies, Curtains And Portieres With Interesting Cuts in Prices for a Busy Day's Selling .-,.0 l,.f K Cl'llTMN S ri til. If sold I" P"lr ivorth o f.1,00. OQp rin'es" -c..tcli late nnd cnbl.j net curtain stilpt. Hi "'1'' lornr snmi ciii he nmtchel In'o pairs for odd windows, sash tuitulni or ails cho'c i f whili Hi WW I'll- . .31.59 ncupi, 'ir ei'iu line paiicrns "M'-pMit i.nrx inin ii rN. Sl.no in ftl.mi value I liiilce, pair l''lne uallty. rciirodu, thms of the fa mous Marie Antoinette. Irish Point, Ite-niilsi-aii.-e, and llrusselj Laces, .!' to J'4 vmds 1'inn, I" to f'1 Inches wide, irervlce niile pretly, la'inder well. i: M) MAii(ii)isi:i-ri: ( i it. niucN u s.'.ihi piiir. d9 or mi ii c-iUtfil voile, llnHheil with ;, nnd iiisi'itlun ami h-nitllti Ip 1 n.ini v. ith sill, emhriildered mi dels nnd c.nnn motifs others ul iinlliiiic lm.e etie nnd in-iMi llrsii-! $1.79 ' u'mi I'oiiTir.ur. sntii's, larlj jri.lin 111 S7.00 If In palrn. rrlUa, each rinelv uiiircerled A r mil re lor lleros, llnlslied with 6-Inch uolii liti tapestrv border or tassel top mil bottom, others with neat smlillii edge, al no silk finished damask nortleies In two tone effects, with silk braid eilire nnd a few Inpe.ilrv couch lovers iiO-lnches v uie, in oriental designs LOT lll.'IONM'.t. Ilrunlnrly i'ir to Sfir yiiril. t'holee (p (ieni va t'hith, In mleil follnu'i ile-lens Hureka Cretonnes, In floral pat terns with IIkIU (trounds Art Cietonnes, In Kiench floral I patterns on Juspei striped baik- (.rounds Art Ui l.lni,-. In line inloihiRs W'zc Mill rxiNs. , In, I re I'llH I H e i ill l nib IS fluln! I iv 1 11 I , imi.s In, lie i I wimr, ci am or ecru VIiniiIziiI MHHiulsctte cuilnlns, fin ish d with linltutliin limy lam ede nml Insei tlniis. nth' is with liuv lly luce a pliqiu d bold jis iniiii:ii hi:ma.vi". vniac to tle ; nril. I rldny rliolee, nnl Vei"eilred flnlshdl satuens In i-reat uf-smlinint of small aid Iriiiie final patterns; nluo ml linei madias 'n neat -velf woven llnriil dcMnns 'IB Inches wide. In white oi cream Cretonnes, 111 floral and fhliaifo deslKiis, IlKht or dark bHckifiounds, 3B Inches wide Klne for draperies, slip coveis. couch covers, fancj work, utc CI HTIIN M',T. reKllUrll 2.1e In fie iid. TnmorrovT nril . :i ti i Inch i in tain nels, In neat and ciiiv eiiiiiinal dsin, child of whin, ci earn, nnd ei i ,i. Kor aih and full lintlh curtains. Kann's Third Kloor. 19c 25c 39c OUTING FLANNEL -- -'4---l--'-t-fH Gowns and Petticoats You AT POPULAR PRICES Our lines are complete and the quality is superior could not tind better anywhere at our low prices: Outing Flannel Gowns at 50c Include all white, white with blue or pink stripes, some with round, high, or low necks. Pretty styles. Warm. Outing Flannel Gowns at 75c High, low, V and round neck styles, in white or pink and blue striped effects, some finished with braid, others with embroidery trimmings. Outing Flannel Gowns at $1.00 About 15 new fall stlcs, in all white lor white with pink or blue stripes, some with high, low, round necks, also with lay-down collars; neat strictly tailored effects, also embroidery and braid trim- Imed qiodeh. Two styles Sleeping Porch Gown with Hood. OUTING FLANNEL GOWNS at S f .50 Big variety of stales, also sleeping gowns, with hood and! feet pockets tor outdoor sleeping. Others in better qualities at $2.00. lixtra Size Gowns, 18, I'), 20, at 75c to $1.50 OUTING FLANNEL SKIRTS At 25c. At 39c. At 50c. A Skirts made in straight style with scallop edge, nth itli ruffle or hemstitched edge; in pink and while", blue r tlicrs and wi white, and giay and white stripe. Extra Length Skirts, sixes Id, 38, -lo inches Innn, t 39c and 50c. j Extra Size Skirts at 39c and 50c. j Kann's Semnd I'loor, Stocks Ready! .-. --- ... l-. --M-f ----.---- ., Cor. 7th &K 1914-16 Pa. Ave. 233Pa.Are.S.E. j.