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THE WASHINGTON T1SIES. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26; 1017.
j POOR CAR SERVICE AGAiN PLAINT OF ECK1 NGTON PEOPLE Further complaint cgalnst the serv ice of the Washington Railway and Electric Company In the part of the elty sovered by the North Capitol an! Itcklngton Citizens' Association mil be lodged against the street car csra'pany after belnc referred to the tree railway subcommittee of the association as the result of a meeting .lti night at Emery School, Oncoln road and Randolph place northeast. I The association will also recom tanend that the street railway company tuac a traffic policeman at the In tersectlon of Florida avenue and North -Capitol street. A resolution fwaa passed indorsing the municipal market plan, and another resolution approving the standardization of the weight of a loaf of bread was passed. C Bowman was elected to rep- resent the association as one of the r community secretaries. ,: W. U. TO OPEN Cnm Wajtlneton University I WITH ENROLLMENT I BREAKING RECORD r , .opened IU winter session today with t t)ii l.r.-Ajt enrollment In the history 5 . the Institution. Although scores f students have either er-tereo. me taltlnn t.nfT tho OarinuH6Dt. the It enrollment is far Is. excess of, that of . . -. . . ... i.. ... use year, unis increase ia u i tbe large tuflur of extra Covern- . Bent clerks, who aro talJnc; advant- m .1.- -.i-f. 1.1b kf!raAOH S courses, couur.euclrg at 5 o'clock. It ? fa llkerr that the enrolment una 3 year will be very nearly 2,600. Th nr'.nlnT fif tlin ateslOU U wt(Knii rrttmalMv In fV iif the dO' Pfrtraents. The lav school, however, will have formal earclscs commcae-?-..- - R ,.l,-v- tM- ftortiOon In the t main Uctare hall of the quartern on the upper ficor er me new uuooic i Temple. Thirteenth street and New . Torlt avenue netihwest. Rear Ad l. rnlral Charles Herbert Stockton. U. S. .N1., retired, presiasnl oi me uui J Tersity, will preside : Addresses nil! be delivered by Felix Frankfurter, professcr of law I In Harvard University and now on i leave from that institution and acting S as confidential adviser to Secretary J" of War Baker; Justice Wendell P. Stafford, of the District Supreme J Court: members oT the faculty, and R ether. Winners of the Ordronaux T prize scholarship and the Piil Delta . tni prize, twouu c.wimj ,u S scholarship during the first two years j ot the regular law course, win do sum ounceo. iJEWS PLEDGE $2,000 AT YOM KIPPUR SERVICE Members of the Adath Israel Con gregation, Sixth and Eye streets northwest, have pledged over 2,000 to the Jewish War Sufferers' Fund, following- a special Tom Klppur ser vice last night at which Rabbi Ben jamin Jj. Grossman delivered a ser .znon on "The True Prayer for Atone ment." Tom Klppur Is the most solemn day ef the Hebrew year, set apart for atonement. As far as .possible Jewish soldiers In the various camps and cantonments were given a day's leave to observe Tom rtippur, which began -at 6 o'clock last evening, and will continue until 6 this evening. ' URGE YOUNG TO SAVE FOOD. To Impress the young with the Im portance of food conservation, stu dents, in Washington's, private" schools will be addressed this after ........ m A nVlwt at Hutiston Hall. 1806 Florida avenue northwest, by ITed-Wolcott. of the food administra tion, and Miss Mary W Thurston, of the Department ol Agncuuuie. ARTS CLUB ASKS, WHY MUSICT Being of an Inquiring turn of mind the Arts Club at its regular week ly dinner to be held at the clubhouse tomorrow evening will discuss the -HMAn wh tfufler Mrs. John J White will be chairman, and the hostesses will be Mrs. Allender and lUss Grace Keedham. CAPITAL BOYS ENTER TECH. Charles F. Longfellow, Jrr of 8515 Potomac avenue, and Harold'F. Stone, of 801 Taylor street northwest, were among the members of the class of first year students at the Massachu setts' Institute of Technology in Bos ton. How to Stop Loss of Hair and Start New Growth Here's good news at last for men and women whose hair is falling out. who aro growing bald and whose scalps are covered with dandruff that nothing they have tried would keep away, and whose heads itch like mad. Any American druggist can now sup- form), which has been acknowledged ene or tne very dl wiukd w iiuiuht, atop loss of hair and promote a new Jfowth, entirely banish every trace of andruff and itching scalp yet per fectly harmless and Inexpensive Thousands can testify to the excellent results from its use; some who feared baldness now glory in their abundant hair, while others who have suffered '. .. Ik il.nmff mnA IthlnfT bead got a clean, cool scalp after Just S leW UJ w aiMiii .. - .... ptihr Hnttiri4 with falllng hair, gray hair. . rnatted. stringy hair, danarun. itcning scaip S any form of hair trouble, try Par Ian tfege tonight. Only a few mas siges rt usually needed to stop the WaTr from falling, and very soon you should, be able to see the new hair coming In. The tery first application will male Xour -hair and scalp look and feel 100 per cent better. Be sure u get the genuine Paris fan Sage (Glroux's). as this Is non. sticky, dellectelx perfumed, and will neU'a irpg Stores will supply you- I MM-H-S-I-MM1 - t - K An Extraordinary Sale of Salt?s PLush Coats 22 at An excenttonal orjportu- 4. nity to buy a beautiful plush Coat of genuine Salt's Flush I at a decided saving from the regular price charged regn T larly by other stores for X these handsome, laxarious- looking garments due to a special purchase. They are made of "Salt's" Plush the beautiful, soft, lustrous furlike fabric known to ev- . . erjr, woman for its superb qualities. I Every "coat is guaranteed to give ; satisfactory service '. '. an important. point to .remember." ; I Designed in one . . of the most popu- lax "f aJl models o ;; smarVflaring style, , with large collar ;; and deep cuffs; ' ! lined throughout with fine twilled ; I Venetian, w h i -c h . . wuj eivc splenoma t service. ' I Every ctJat is fault- lessly-made and tail- oredi -with consum mate skill. .All sizes for 'women and misses. H i 111 1 1 mi 1 1 II III 1 1 II m . iiuuuicua via jyooiuuKi - ib lT1i WKP' 4"jLHP9 a IBlBJ.BSIBiBI11iIBrEBCBXIiHniS:BI1BiBIBIBa S3.00 and $3.50 Suit Case, Thursday at 52.ia Of russet fiber, extra deep and all around: plaid cloth lining and made with shirt fold. Also bags, of high grade karetol, in various shapes. F.nrth Floor Children's Winter Coats, Thursday at $6.98 Of Wool Kersey Cloth, In brown and navy blue; made with velvet collars and buttons and stylish pockets; high waist models; sizes 2 to 0 years. Tblrd Flour. Children's Coats, Thursday at $3.98 Of heavy-weight ilbellne. In dark brown and navy blue; high waist model with all around belt and finished with buttons; sizes 2 to 6 years. Third Fleer. . little Girls' Dresses, Thursday at 69c Of pretty colored ginghams, in pretty models., with full skirts and pockets: large assortment of styles; sizes 2 to 6 years. Tblrd Floor. Girls' Middy Skirts, Thursday at $1.00 Of white Insdale Jean, made with deep plaits and finished with muslin body, sizes 0 to 10 years. Tblrd Floor. CRildren's $3.50 Sweaters, Thursday at $2.98 Wool Sweaters, stylish weave, )n Copenhagen' blue and red; all around belts, collar and pockets; sixes 2 to 12 years Tblrd Floor. Little Tots' Sweaters, Thursday at $1.69 Of wool, In tan. rose and cardinal, made with pockets and roll collar; sizes 5 to 8 years Tblrd Floor. - 1 M'M-K-1-H I r- $OQ.50 ik aVsKB ''ssbI aRsHBflL ,l aflsRsBfBft BBsaB!SBBBBVV aaasSBlM BBBMBHSBBBBBfl i'- Ii UfSBBBsaalfl IrJ MJI it u lU ILLr Wlr w iBtt UitTiIJs Mtl'li M"lV C!3cnberg' Second Floer. III 1 Mil I It 1 II 1 U 1 1 II 1 1 1 New Models Received DaUy in Trimmed HatsS Of Original Style Charm, y $10, $12:50 & $15 1 Literally hundreds of them B will be on display for the first I time tomorrow copies of the best French models, in all the rich, lovely materials of autumn jjg that for smartness and-Individ- j uality are without a rival. So g large and varied ,is the assort ment that it's simply a matter of finding your particular style, and you will go away satisfied that you have paid many dollars less than expected. Taupe, purple, hrown, beige and y black and the. favored colors, and they are shown in new close-fitting jjj Hats, Medium Size, and Large Eats j with unusual lines, Medium and S Small Mushrooms, Tricornes and clever Rolled Brim Hats. Hats for S every occasion for street, dress, " tailored and sport wear. Included are .such renowned lines as rjj Vogue, Copid and Rawak g Prices, $10.00, $12.50 and g $15.00 g Sale of $7.00 and $8.00 g Trimmed Hats g At $5.00 I A special sale of lovely new Trimmed Hals for Thursday consisting of Lyons' and Silk Velvet Hats, in black and all i PS wanted colors to match the new fall suits, coats and dresses. Large, medium and small shapes, in a large assortment of styles for women and girls. Make an early selection tomorrow only one of kind. M Golden bers -Second Floor. Infants' Bonnets, Thursday, $1.00 Of crepe de chine and silk poplin, trimmed with dainty laces and rib bon; also shirring and buds. All sizes. Tblrd Floor. Women's Flannelette Gowns, Thursday, 69c Extra heavy weight; neat striped effects, with and without collars; trimmed with washable braids, made with double yokes. Third Floor. Women's Sweaters, Thursday, $8.98 Heavy Shetland weave. In purple, rose and Copenhagen blue; made with large collars and cults of gray an gora wool. Third Floor. Our Optical Department Renders a Helpful Service Our Eye Specialist will ex amine your eyes without charge, and If glasses are required, will prescribe the proper lenses. Special Tomorrow Genuine Gold Oiled Spectacles or Eyeglasses, rimmed or rim less style, fitted with highest grade pure crystal spherical Units worth 13 00. at $1.55 Every pair fully guaranteed. First Floor. -.? Jtajrrow PATTERNS.: (r) 50c Floor Mops, Thurs day at 39c C li e m Ically Treated Floor Mops, with long handle. Base, snent. 1 MTtf SIMS Magnetic Values For Bargain Thursday Presenting the Lowest Prices and the Most Remarkable Savings of the Season Tomorrow! The big once-a-week Dependable Store" is filled with special underpnee offerings demonstrating as never cannot fill mail or phone orders. Boys' Shoes, Up to $3.50 values, $2.39 Of patent colt and tan leathers; -all sizes In the lot from 1 to Si. -First Floor, 12Y2c Bleached Cotton Thursday, 9c 30 Inches wide; fine close-woven grade, for making undergarments, pillow cases., eto -First Floor. $1.50 Seamless Sheets Thursday, $1.15 Double-bed size 81x90 inches: full bleached heavy round thread sheet ing cotton. First Floor. $3.50 Bed Spreads Thursday, $2.25. Crochet Bed Spreads, heavy raised Marseilles patterns; full double bed size; some slightly soiled from handling. First Floor. 35c Pillow Cases Thursday, 25c Size 45x35 Inches; made of'heavy close-woven pillow case cotton. Finished with deep hems. Flnt Floor. 55c Bleached Sheeting, Thursday, 45c Full II Inches wide; heavy round thread quality, for making sheets, etc Flrjjf Floor. 40c Messaline Satine, Thursday at 29c Rich Jet black only: fine close woven quality: made of tbe finest Egyptian yarn: especially desirable for petticoats, First Floor Unlaff Dept. $1.75 Chiffon Taffeta, Thursday at $1.39 . J( Inches wide; heavy, soft tis sue finish, firmly woven grade. In a. large assortment of atreet and evening shades; also navy blue and black. First Floor. $2.50 Satin Duchesse Thursday at $1.98 40 inches wldo: extra heavy, rich, satin-face quality. In navy blue only: a popular silk material for one-piece dresses First Floor $1.25 Plaid Silks, Thursday at 98c 24 and 26 Inches wide; large as sortment of rich color combinations. First Floor. $5.00 Comforts, Thursday at $3.69 Covered with high grade French satlne; large double-bed size, 72x&0 Inches; filled with heavy-weight pure white cotton On account of an extra seam or two In the covering we secured this lot of comforts at biff savings. Fourth Floor. $2.50 Comforts, Thursday at $1.95 Double-bed size, filled with white cotton, covered with ellkolln-s. in light and dark colors. Fourth Floor. $3 and $3.50 Lace Curtains, Thursday at $1.88 A mill purchase of small lots of fine grade Scotch, Cable Net nnd Nottingham Lace Curtains, white. Ivory and Arabian shades: 2V,. 1 and 3H yards long: plain and dg ured centers, with noveltv effect and heavily worked border. Fourth Floor. $1.50 & $1.75 Lace Cur tains, Thursday at 98c Nottingham Lace Curtains; -V and I yards long, full width, plain and heavily worked designs, most ly In ecru color, but we have a few Calrj ot white in the lot Fourth Floor. $4.00 & $5.00 Lace Cur tains .Thursday at $2.88 Fine quality Scotch and Cable Net Curtains. 2Vi, 3 and 2'i yards. 40 to 80 Inches wide, white. Ivory and ecru colors, copies of the most costly laces Fourth Floor. 59c Bed Pillows Thursday at 39c Targe size, covered with heavy weight art tickings, filled wltn sterilized curled feathers Fourth Floor. 20c Outing Flannel Thursday at 15c 27 Inches wide, in pink and Hht blue only, heavy fleeced quality First Floor. 15c Percales Thursday at I2V2C 36 Inches wide l!g!t grounds, with neat colored printings, such as stripes, checks, dots and figures. First Floor Women's $1.15 Hose, Thursday at 79c Pure silk, full fashioned . foot, double sole, high spliced heel and toe. garter tops In black, white and leading shades First Floor. Women's 49c Hose, Thursday at 29c Fiber Silk Hose, seamless foot, double sole, high spliced heel and toe. garter tops, in black only. Sllghtl imperfect. First Floor. IT PAY5 TO k DEA1. AT I 'i , . ,' i I ti07 OfT T'ATK SCATHE IJCPOMIsWfnTllir Store Opens at 9 A. M.; Closes at 5:45 Open Saturdays Until 6 F. M. bargain event, with prices on Women's $3.50 to $5 High Shoes Thursday at $2.85 a Pair About 300 Pairs of High Shoes in this clearance lot comprising odd lots and discontinued lines from our regular stocks. Lace and button styles, of patent colt, dull and bronze leathers. Louis and Cuban heels. Sizes 2V to 7. Coldenberara First Floor. Misses' & Children's Shoes, Up to $2.75 values, at $1.95 Of patent colt, dull and vlcl kid leathers; all sizes In tbe lot from 6 to 8, Shi to 11, and 11U to 2. First Floor. All-Wool Poplin, Thursday at $2.25 54 Inches wide; correct weight for suits and dresses; In navy blue, midnight blue. Burgundy, plum, African brown, Belgian, blue, Rus sian green, taupe, and black. First Floor. ' All-Wool Satin Serge, Thursday-at $139 38 Inches wide; a distinct high class material for stylish fall dresses; the assortment Includes black, navy blue, and all wanted shades. First Floor. J $4.00 Black Chiffon Broadcloth, Thursday at $2.98 , B4 Inches wide; all-wool, rich satin face quality, a most popular fabric for coats and suits, as well aa dresses. Tlrst Floor. MenY $15, $16.50 & $18r Suits, Thursday at $10.75 Of AH wool Casslmere, Cheviot, Tweed and Novelty "T" of good weight for fall wear. Sizes M to 43 In the lot. Conservative and English models, with regular and patch poeketa-A purchase of a maker's small lots left after filling regular orders termed over cuts." Only two to five ot a kind. . MenV New FaU?Suifi, $19.50 A -varied assortment of new fall styles, fashioned ol-hlgh-grade, fabrlcs. Including smart looking wide wale rough Chevlota, Casst merss. fine Tweeds. Dark Mixtures and Novelties. Styled 1n single and double breastid models, with short, belt or belt all around; English and Conservative models, with slant or regular pocket. Every garment of the highest standard of tailoring and workman ship. Sizes 33 to 42. Goldenberg's Fourth Floor. $4.00 Men's Worsted Cloth Trousers, $2.95 Good serviceable quality. In neat dark stripes; well tailored and good fitting. Finished with flap on hip pocket. Sizes 31 to 42. Fourth Floor. 50c Window Shades, Thursday at 37c Strictly perfect quality Opaque Cloth, size 3xG-ft. Mounted on guar anteed Hartshorn make rollers: white or green; complete with crochet ring to match and all fix tures ready to hang. Fourth Floor. Men's $1.75 Sweaters, Thursday at $139 Coat Sweaters, in Oxford gray; made with V necks and pockets; strictly perfect quality First Floor. 7c and 8c Trimming Laces, Thursday at 5c Includes Torchon, Point de Paris, Filet, Cluny and Fancy Cotton Edgings and Insertions desirable widths and patterns Klrt Floor. The September Rug Sale Offers Remarkable Savings on Perfect Quality Rugs From" the World's Best Makers Prices in this September Sale are notably low, but price isn't everything. It's the kind of rugs they are that counts most every rug is new, desirable and PER FECT! Bought last spring, before manufacturer's heavy price advances, they are offered at a third less than prevailing cost today. -tmlT MIM-W all ' l- Room-Size Rugs, $30.00 and $32.50 Values, $24.25 0x12 ft Seamless Axmlnster and Wilton Velvet Rugs, deep, close-woven fabrics, all strictly per fect. Shown In all of the newest 1017 patterns, including oriental and medallion designs. Colorings to harmonize with any color scheme. , $20.00 Velvet and Brussels Rugs, $14.95 8.3x10 HL Brussels and 7.6x0-ft. Velvet Rugs; also CxO ft. Axmlnster Rugs, In floral, medallion and neat figured designs. Light or dark colorings. Goldenberg Fourth Floor. Goldenberg's The Dependable Store "Doth Sides Alarm Clocks Thursday at $1.19 Nickled plated; clear dial; a high-grade guaranteed clock. GoUtabeia'o- Tlsscnieat. P. M. new, seasonable merchandise Men's $1.50 Underwear, Thursday at $1.25 Wtnsted Mllfs make; medium weight? shirts with flat welt neck and satlne facing; drawers with extra set In seat and satlne waist band; all sixes. First Floor.- 25c & 50c Sample Jewelry, Thursday at 12c Winding Brooches, Hat Pins, Collar Pins, Pin Set; JJnks, Tle Claspa, Rings, etc Maxty new, pretty, up-to-date styles, in Jeweled, en ameC and novelty designs. First, F1.0I-. . Long Pearl Chains, Thursday at 69c Opera length, 4S inches long: good quality wax filled pearl beads; popular sizes; gold-plated swivel. First Floor. 10c ChaSc & Orris Root Thursday at 5c - Prepared Chalk and. Orris Root, the best and most economical tooth powder; twe-ounc. carton. First Fleer. 50c, Hairbrushes, Thursday at 29c Good quality bristles, solid backs; fine ebony finish. FrrstFIeer. Lace .Curtain Stretchers, Thursday at 89c Of selected lumber: nickled pins, center brace, caanot sag; 6x12 ft. size. Basement. American China Plates, Thursday at 10c American China Decorated Din ner. Breakfast or Soup Plates. Basement. Up to 50c Flouncings, . Thursday at 25c IS Inch Shadow Lace Flouncings. v, Ith beading top: large variety of pretty patterns. First Floor. Women's Union Suits, Thursday at $1.50 & $1.75 Heavy fleeced cotton: high neck and long sleeves; ankle-length pants, sizes 30 to 44. .First Floor. If you expect to need a new rug this season our ad vice is to buy now while you can enjoy these money saving advantages. $25 Brussels and Velvet Rugs, 9x12 ft. Alexander of Seventh." ' 15cW Yard-wide Marauisettes. border, also all 2 to 10 yards patterns. much i bekw-sJandanl value. dcioic .uvsi-s- -. -ww - ChiWnm's'Fkeced Underwear Thursday at 35c and 45c Jleeced Cotton Underwear, shlrta with high neck and long sleeves, panta ankle length; sizes 2 to 18 years. First Floor. Infants' Merino Vests, Thursday at 29c. - Medium weight, high necle and long sleeves, open front; sizes 2 to 0. First Floor. 50c Table Damask, Thursday at 39c 53 Inches wide: yarn mercerlxeoj heavy weight; will -give excellent service for general use;, choice ol flVf neat pattern. Ftrt Floor. 10c Cotton Crab, Thursday at 7c Mill lengths of Bleached Twill Cotton Crash, soft finish, absorbent grade; for roller or tea, towehji neat red border: lengths from J to 0 yard. First Floor. $1.50 Table Napkia, v Thursday at $1.00 18x18 Mercerized Damask Nap kin; neatly hemmed: real Bnen finish; flv. ruat pattern. First Floor. 35c White Preach VoUe, Thursday at 19c 40 Inches wider extra- fin two ply quality, with the famous up edge. Fleet Floor. 39c White Percale, Thursday at 25c 38-lneh While French Percale, ,llnn-flnlsh quality, for waist, uni forms, etc First Floor. 29c White Linene Thursday at 18c 38 Inches wide; heavy close-woven quality, having the appearance of all linen. First Floor. 29c Batiste, Thursday at 19c 40 Inches wide; flesh color only: soft finish mercerized quality. For It-roaklBg. lingerie,' te. F4r Jloor Large Bottles "rfi-Sa" Wax, Thursday at 15c Large bottle ot "Hi-Sa" Wax. for floor and furniture; ones used, al ways used its sanitary ana wiu tend to lessen your factor. Wash Boilers Extra Quality Tin Wash Boilers, with cold wood handles: durable kind. Special priced: Xe. 7 else at SI.3S vs. 8 slse at l-3 'No. slse at I1.T5 Basement. Jelly Tumblers, Thursday, dozen at 22c Crystal Glass Jelly Tumblers, with tin tops; good clear glass. Base- saent. 39c Dusting Brushes, Thursday Tat 25c Hair Dusting Brushes, large size; strongly made. Basement. $1.50 Family Scales, Thursday at $1.19 Will weigh 24 pounds by ounces; japanned finish; strong and dur able. BuesKit $1.00 Fiber Rugs, Thursday at 56c Reversible stenciled designs; size 38x54 inches; In green, brown, blue and tan. Key and band borders and figured centers. Fourth Floor. Room Size, $19.75 Smith & Sons Carpet Co.'s well known rtepperham Brussels Rugs and Katonab Velvet Rugs. 0x12 ft. largest room size, in no less than 23 different patterns. Including beautiful oriental, floral, medallion and conventional de signs; colorings to harmonize with every scheme of furnishings. Axmlnster Rugs Deep File Axmlnster Rugs, In floral, oriental and small figured designs. All the most desirable colorings. 27x54-bch size; worth $3.00, at $1.95 36x63-mch size; worth $4.50, at $3.29 ; DOMESTIC SEWING MACUIXES. 19c Oniia Scria, ThTOday, at 9ie Curtain Scrims, VoBes and plain, hemstitched and floral - over designs; Lengths from as much as 75 yards of some rtnt nr-'Haisu . Every DeparbwBt ef "Tfce - v..-. ,,c $1.50 BAroo Steel Thursday at 86c Whit enamel finish, heavy .and I uuu4r ouiii. wiin ruooor llpppoo. I ntvnnian iron, -jtu in tsto Street." $1.75 Step Ladder Otwn, Ttarstky. $139 3-Vd Of solid e&kx ft. mosrfc na.t4iT ud sractle&l artltM-v far th nmv hold FvnUtBx ItfoMfc- ! tfc FBd Oak Hal Racks, Trwrwky, $1.29 wen maae, nicely aalsfiod, com plete with Urge mirror and fotrpi the Streets rOQ Ivory" CortwMrs, T!rursky,$1.35 Attractive "Old Ivory" Satsfc. fuSt noiani. wiw lour nooxs. jriusula Store. "Act gttnmW G Sectitwal Book CaJ TkmtkY.Sltlff Onpf the bast on tie aaatfeatf x fumed oak; consist ot aerr fax 1 length sections, -with tf aa4 befl Street" Fc4df Bungalow Btk, Thursday. $4.86 urees oxyoixea strong una i construction t Store. "Aero tb grcoy $3Pktfc Steles, TbBMkT,$2J6 Fashionable Plueh. Stoles, lined withfaacr silk bosUn. Bslshed with Uk tassel ends. arsitiiiii Xtopart- smncun srjooxv - 40-mck New Plaids Tbindav. SSe vcL ClfUA ftMffrHemt Af naoa 'ell oow. twuk v oM-VA- xactx,ta th most-wanted eolors and coMsUD-uqiuv-tram srjswv $1.25 Storm Sarfft, IsMKsdayQScyaL SO- laches- wide, Aiiu-wuTetl,' serv Iceable 'quality; Trf blaefc-nxvy, brown, burgundy and jtnssiaa green: heavy, dooble-twUl grade First Floor. $1.50 Black Satin 6e Chine, Thursday, $1.08 34 Inches wide; heavy, soft-finish quality, with rich beautiful luster. Perfect Mack. $1.75 All-Silk .Crepe de Chine, 40 in. wide, $1.35 THe genuine box-loom quality, the product of the best maker In the world. Tou will recognize the superiority at a glance." 40 Inches wide, -In a complete assortment of street and evening shades. First Floor. 75c Seamless Sheets, Thursday, 59c 84x00 Seamless Bleached Sheet, for single beds, made ot heavy, serviceable sheeting cotton. First Floor. Sample Scissors and Shears Thursday, 25c The cheapest scissor and shear on. the market today retail at double tbe price. All wanted sizes and many styles to choose from. ICotloM Pyy -.rtrst Floor. Oark'a "O. N. T." Darnin Cotton, Two Spook, 5c In black, white and color. Full 45-yard length the kind you have always bought. Xetlen Dest First Floor. Women's 15c Hose Supporters, 10c Pair -.kV 'uiu5r whit, suspender ebbing, rubber covered buttons. notion Dopfe First Fleost Infants' Sweaters, Thursday at $98 Fine quality worsted. link ancl ItUfV WV, WHUO, wiw dibjc er or blue combinations; made with belt. pocket and Byron collar. Tmltd Floor. Men's Shoe Laces, Three Pairs, 10c Good quality laces, for tnea) shoes, in 1. Hi, and ltf yard length. Xstlea Dept First Vteaav Women's 5c Handztardiiefsv Three for 10c Colored Roll-edge-Handkerchief. In pink, blue and lavender atttco! ea, eages trjrrt noor. Army Shirts Regulation Army ffhlrtav ! O. Tf. Kkakl cloth, at Si-TB. Kea-ulatlssi Army Skirts, f X TX. Flaaaet. at S4JS0. Mercerized Kaakl-coloied SmtrmV at 1 .3S. ReKulatlom Army Iweilew. stt ST.SO. OQMenlwrir's First Floor. 5c Sewing Mackina Oil, Thursday 3e Good quality: will not gura flinra ueyi -bt sneer. 50c Floor Mops, Thursday at 39c Chemically Treated Floor Heps, WllU JUOK UKBU1 V 1 AflTl. ,