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THE WASHINGTON TDCE5. 'WOTHT. OCTOBEH 2D. t!)7.
(r & Rare and Unusual Opportunity Id Purchase Corsets of the Most Superb Quality at $4.39 AXemarkable Collection of Models, Which Includes the Very Best Corsets That Sell Regularly at 7 $6.50, $10, $15 and to $18 Each The reason for this low sale price is that the manufacturers cannot duplicate the materials and therefore eflscontinue these numbers. The lot includes: . Regaliste, La Yida, Redfern and Frolaset Corsets, in Front and Back Lace Styles N P Made with Jow and medium bust, with Ions skirts, some he elastic sections In eklrt. and front lace dafcdela have, broad band of elastic across back Made of Imported fancy silk brocades, suedes, fine quality coutll ud-fanc) batiste Pome hae silk hose supporters, all beautltiill trlmmel with laces and ribbons Models to Strevery type of figure. All boned throughout with walohn. Slies IV to SO. White and pink. Special at J4.SII. rajis-a m.- $2.50 and $3.00 R. & G. Front Lace Corsets and Elastic Hip Connners, at $1.98 THE SHOPPING ""Wonderful Values in La Vida, W. B., Reduso, ?:Bon Ton and Other Good Makes, $2.35 AH up-to-date models. lth low and medium bust and long: hip; made of fine quality coutll and batiste a&d fancy brocades; front lace models have elastic across back. 'VZBc and 50c Bust conns 19c Third Fleer. Third I'Uor. fiOc Blue Silk 5-yard lengths Krunt Lace Corsets are long hips with elastic top. made of One quality coutll: hip conflner" are long: from the waistline down; all excellent values; white and pink; a few baclv lace corsets In lot. Street Fleer. Corset Laces; 10c 29c Sanitary Belts; white and pink 25c Third Kloer. Third Fleer. fe Are Selling More Women's Under .: wear Now Than Ever Before j: Our sales increase in this department alone has been really phenomenal over previous jears ' nd the season is only just commencing for "" Fine .Quality Ribbed Underclothes We attribute the remark ble success of this department to the tremendous assortments we carry assort fiJVnts of every recognized standard make and particularly the celebrated form-fitting Athena Underwear, lor which we are sole Washington Agents. Women' Athena Union T Suits, $2 -'Hade of silk mixture in high HtsX, low neck and Dutch neck Styles in ankle lengths. Women's Athena Union Suits, $1.50 Fleece-lined in high and low neck styles and ankle lengths. Women's Athena Union Suits at $1.25 Excellent quality garments in ankle and knee lengths, Dutch, high or low necks. Wonderful Assortmenof Children's Underwear tUdyldren's Union Suits, 69c fleeced JCBSon Suits for boys or girls, with button attachment; long sleeve, ankle length; 3 to 13 years. All perfect Children's heavy Fleeced Suits, 85c white and gray fleeced; long sleeve, ankle length. Ages ? to 16 years. All one-piece. Palais Reyal Street Fleer. Children's Merino Suits, X1.25 and $1.50 white or gray suits, in Merode, Carter and Athena. Ages 2 to 16 years. High and Dutch necks; full ankle length, for boys and girls. "How's the time to lay in a good supply of Blankets and COMFORTS ,Ko telling where prices may soar to in the Jflgj future and there's no gainsaying the fact tt they have risen considerably within the past few months. Take advantage of tbese atf&ctfvcJs"pTaal'prices"f or Tuesday. rZllU Double-Bed Plaid Wool Blankets; very soft and r warm, in tan, blue. pink, and gray. $7.00 PilS Celebrated Silverware At Prices Less Than Standard. Community Par Plate Guaranteed for 10 Years The Famous Vernon Pattern H- Donble-Bed Plaid eolnap Blankets, excel lest colorings, $3.50 pair. 11-4 Fine White Wool Btakets, mohair bind ing; blue borders; un bsbbI value. Special, $7.50 pair. "l&4 Extra Fine and Bury Wool Blankets, lmatifal quality; pink carbine borders: mohair blading, 910.00 pair. Lamb's-W o o 1 Com forts, light weight, but warm, covered with French cambric floral designs, finished with satine borders, $6.00 each. Lamb's-W o o 1 Com forts, covered with fine silkoline, in light colors, finished with satine bor ders, $iJ0 each. Lamb's-Wool Com forts, covered with silk oline, in floral designs and finished with plain silk borders, $4.75 each. Satine Comforts, floral designs; white laminated cotton filling, SjAJU each. Set of Six Soup Spoons $1.50 Bouillon Spoons.... $1.75 Oyster Forks $1.69 Dinner Knives $2.25 Set of Six Coffee Spoons 79c Tea Spoons 79c Dessert Spoons.... $1.50 Table Spoons :jL59 Dinner Forks $1.59 Per piece Meat Forks 59c Gravy Ladles 79c Cream Ladles 59c Sugar Spoons 39c Butter Knives 39c Celebrated Rogers' Silverware TEASPOONS AT SIX FOR 49e PALAIS i&77 iUL DESIRABLE QUALITIES - COERECT STYLES A.USVESL Two Splendid Collections of the Smartest New Suits At Important Special Sale Prices Tomorrow tr ask ".. .". IL sflsV V . . .' V ...- . BBSS. . . "" -fc. dVJ " HS ftMsW sAsssK A Wsk . t astsssB7 : Htn LL " fflse V sssslsssV SsHsL -ataSe' asssssssV ' v-SP J CrTsTav 1 1. V f asssf" ' iJ ' r " ivi Tec 1 ' .SssstsKl 5f 3B " JA 4l esB itWlV: '."! w. x SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSVH IC VA .SBBBBBBBBBBbL SBBbV SBBBBBBBBBBVSBBBBkSBsV. WB X t T MBA y ) JBI JBbJiIt . j JssssHsssssssssssssssssssH J If A sssssssV SssssssssssssssHsss sSsssssssssTsssssssssssssssll .VI m fk IK i Wsssssssssr al K It Ar sssssH AsssssssH ml 1 n ! BsssssssBm ' MB65gSltc5dJffesaissBsss3sfc v f WBMil SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbBsV . ' L I SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsB I BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsB " fH wYwv JP llf vl $ 24 .50 Palais Iloyal Second Floer. Rogers' Dinner Forks, 6 for $1.19. Rogers' Soup Spoons, 6 for $1.19. Rogers' Oyster Forks, 6 for $1.19. Rogers' Table Spoons, 6 for $1.19. Rogers' Dessert Forks, 6 for J1.19. Rogers' Bouillon Spoons, 6 for $1.19. Rogers' Butter Spread ers, 6 for $1.19. Rogers' Pie Knives, each, 50c Rogers' Sugar Spoons, each, 15c Rogers' Butter Knives, each, 15c Rogers' Cream Ladles, each, a oc. Included Are the Most Desirable and Attracti Suits That Have Been Selling at $29.50 to $35.00; Reduced to. . Also included are quite a 'number of Misses' Sample Suits, marked to sell at $29.50 and up to $40. Nearly all are tailored and demi-tailored, plaited and belted models, developed of fine men's wear serge, poplin, gabardine, broad cloth and wool velour. There are models with plain notch collars, convertible collars of self or velvet trimmed. A number of styles are handsomely braided all finely silk or satin lined. At this price nost unusual, qualities of splendid tailored suits"that w"ill be in demand all the season. Blue, black, brown, green and burgundy. ve New Styles Right From Our Regular Stock. Suits That Have Bcen m Cfi j ,jj Selling at $40.00 $50.00, Reduced to.. to 37- Included are many of our finest models of the season. Plain tailored styles, designed with the long straight lines; semi-fitting, notch collars. All are strictly hand-tailored, single and double breasted models, with such little details as hand-worked but tonholes, hand-tailored arrow points, military braid binding. Of fine oxfords, meltons, men's wear cloth and broadcloth. Plain and fancy silk lining. More Dressy Suits in novelty cut styles, with large fur collars, either deep cape or shawl stvJe; distinctive beltel styles, new pleated and odd length cut suits." Materials are wool velour, silvertone, broadcloth and gabardine. All colors in either of these two groups. Charming Assortment of New Coats At $19.50, $25, $29.50, $35, $45 and Up to $110 All the wanted models of the season are included in this extraordinary exposition of styles. Every new material and every desirable shade of color. At $19.50 Coats for Palais rtoral Strett Flor. Juniors In sizes 13 to 19 years; Chic Girls' Coats, with fancy pockets; in high waist line styles with col lars of self material or plush. But tons are of pearls or plush covered. Materials include wool velours and zibelines. Plenty of navy blues. AT COK J30 t0 M values cle 9U brated "Salt's" Seal Plush warmlr Interlined and full-lined; made with deep cuffs and wide col lars of self material. In beautiful full flaring- belted styles. Iteg-ular and extra sizes. AT tfOK Remarkable croup of V&O garments specially priced Included are special purchases and many new g-armenta from our regu lar stock a splendid assortment of new models, fabrics and colors. Palais rural Tklrd FL.r. AT OQQ CTA Garments of un jt,t)U usual quality end style beautiful materials well made showing very clever work manship. Many fur and fur-fabric trimmed, with larsa collar, pockets and belts. At $35, $45, $50 and to $110 Garment of an exclusive charac ter with gorgeous trimmings, bands and collars of real furs. Coata of Incomparable beauty. Impossible to adequately describe here. iraordinarily Good Values at 29c, 39c & 49 SavisS tomorrows visitors the difference be- fn-ecn 29c and 45c. 500 Yards Tea Toweling xji ' Quality regular at 9c yard Five Yards for 29c Fine quality red border Twilled Toweling, 15 I inches wide, very absorbent and durable. Regular at Scyard 5 yards are worth 45c Tomorrow at 28c Distribution limited to 360 of these Waists. White Silk Waists , Also White Voile Waists. Choice for 49c Jfeat tailored effects, no pretense at elabora tion and no appearance of cheapness. Same -foality of China Silk as used in waists consid-ere-tja, bargain at 1.00. And all sizes up to 50. AijfSe tomorrow but not more than two to each purchaser. iSelecT these tomorrow and save the difference 7-j between 39c and 60c. """ Huck Guest Towels Four for 39c -The regular price of these extra fine mercer- izedTowels is 15c each. Note the 3-inch satin daJtlUft border, with space allowed for initial. Powof such towels are worth fully 60c Tues ilayjronly 39c ? a-as Iswa I ttaasisnasis AakA J7 1,200 Pairs Silk Hose, 39c The best wearing of all Silk Hose with 14-inch boots of a mixture of pure thread silk and fibre silk; uppers of lisle thread, with 3-inch double garter top. Double Soles. High Spliced Heels. All sizes in white, black and a good range of best colors, at 39c pair. 50c Value Hose, Special at 29c Villi fnchinnasf Plol- T fs1A T1-n.l Hose, with double soles, high spliced heels and 4-inch garter tops. (Tnmdar's Sale Baarmrnt Sl.rc.l 2,000 Women's Union Suits 39c Swiss Ribbed Union Suits, regular sizes, usually 60c, and extra sizes, usually 59c, at 39c for choice. Superior finish garments, some lace trimmed, some with ribbon at neck, pants umbrella and tight knee styles. 39c per suit. Women's Vests, Three for only . . . Swiss Ribbed Vests In regular and extra sizes, some lace trimmed; irregular weave resrular at 19e each. (Tar.dar's Sals Basel 29c rat llin.l Silk-like Mercerized Petticoats 49c 49c These heavily mercerized Cotton Taffeta Petticoats have much the appearance of silk while wearing better. These, with 14-inch figured flounce, are very special at 49c. Not more than two to each purchaser. Outing Flannel 7 T New Gingham Petticoats laMHsW - L v Petticoats of pretty blue and pink and white s'.npes, made with full 12-inch flounce. Very special at 49c Bsuemcat 9tre. of absolutely fast colors, in blue and white stripes. Made extra full and well sewed, with 14-inch tailored flounce. 49c Ba.easent Stsre. Mothers with Small Children will be Inter ested in this offering. GhUd's Sweater Coats In sizes known as 22, 24, 26. Wool Finish, Only 49c Warm as toast, comforting, and a rarely good bargain at 49c Children of normal size from 2 to 6. Yours may be fitted in these stylish coat effect Sweaters. Choice of oxford, gray and white. SsBBIkJBBBBBBBBBBBBfV-. Of v Basement Millinery Dept. Just Received, 200 Trimmed Hats A fortunate purchase enables the offering of superior hats at unusu ally low prices, begin ning tomorrow morninc $2.98 and $3.98 Choice of Gold and Silver Lace Hats, Lyons and Silk Velvet Hats, trimmed with fur, metal laces, flowers, ornaments and fancies. AH the best colors and black. ChHdWs Hats, $1,98 Just 68 of these one-of-a-kind sample hats, representative of all the bes styles and colors, variously trimmed. Including values 13 SO to 15.00, at only $1.98, Hats 98c Unburnned Regular at J1.75 to $2.98. These silk, velvet, and other hats for every member of the family. All shapes, best colors and black to select from. Baacaaent M.r. (PK5S5IMBy 'Ware tk Mai Tkat Last $5 62, MayBeCttaterfek Kasp a closa watch on J5 bills, Washlng-tonlans. There la a new counterfeit floating-around. W. IK Moran, acting- chief of the Secret service, which branch discovered the circulation of the bojua notes, describes the bill as belna- the 13 Indian head silver certificate, on which the signa tures of John Burke, Treasurer of the United States, and Houston B. Teebee, Register, are forced. When you scent something- sus picious In deallnr. In 5 notes, don't forget to aee If the bill con tains a few printed green lines In Imitation of the fiber of the genu ine notes, if the lathework Is dis connected, and whether the por trait of the Indian glowers" up at you too darkly. AMERICANS GET DAMAN WHEN BEL EVED INSANE Confident that the negro b at tempted an assault on a young wom an In crowded IP street northeast. Is Insane, the police will transfer him today from the Casualty Hospital to the Washington Asylum Hospital for observation. He is "Homer Horn, thirty-five years old. The attack was made on Miss llyrtle C Long, twenty-two years old, of 1833 California street northwest, while with ier mother; Mrs. Thomas Long, at Thirteenth and H streets northeast, at 7 o'clock last night. Two privates of the First Separate Battalion. Osmond Sprlggs and George'Budd, and Cergt. George Hack ney, of the marine corps, beat Horn into submission and held him -until Policeman Furltt. Ninth nreelnct. ar. rived and spirited Horn off before the angry and muttering crowd could do him barm. BAPTISM OF FIRE - WHILESNOWFALLS By KKWTOar C rARKB. (Cemareadtat latmatUmal Rewf Service.) A1TEIUCAV HEADQUARTERS TN FRANCE, Oct. 29. The Americans en tered the first line trenches just lfi time to run Into a snow storm. Taj first snow fall or the season In the sector where the Americana are !e cated fell Saturday night. It sood changed to rain, however. To date It has rained every day since the Americans took up thelr posltions on the first' line. The trenches, however, have already been prepared for the winter campaign and the men art not suffering much frost the weather. No communique has been Issued from the American headquarters tine Saturday noon. No report baa been made to headquarters .and this t taken to Indicate the quiet reigning along that sector. As an Indication of the quietude it may be stated that the portions of "No Man's Land1 lying in front of the American trenches were once swept with shell fir until mr ves tige of foliage was destroyed. Tha summer campaign was eo light la thTs sector that a great deal of tha trees grew green again. They are now cov ered with autumn foliage. i In another portion a pond lies be yond the German lines where Feraat tag's men are receiving their baptism of fire. . KANSAS GIRL RAISES A FIFTY-ACRE CORN CROP KINGSLET. Kan, Oct. 29. Kansas women can till the soil the same as those of France, if necessity requires. This is proved In the ease of Hiss Lucy McGlnty. of Belpre. who b.as raised fifty acres of corn that will make thirty bushels to the acre, and has sown 120 acres of wheat for 1918. To raise the 'blr corn crOD Hiss McGlnty had to work night and day. uurrag tne summer months files were so bad ahe could not work during the daytime, so she worked nights, had her sisters bring her midnight lunches and got her crops cultivated. She plowed her corn patch four times. MARYLAND MEN FACE CAMP COURT-MARTIAL CAMP HcCLELXAN. ANNISTON. Ala., Oct. 29. Six officers of the Maryland troops are facing court martial and twenty-three other of ficer of the 115th Infantry, formerly the First. Fourth, and Fifth Mary land Regiments, are confined to camp tor Infractions of the stringent mili tary regulations governing the ramp. The officers under arrest, all of them veterans of the Maryland na tional guard, are: CapL J. R. Brohawn. Baltimore: Capt. John N. Welgle.- Westminster; Capt. J. Harry Wagner, Deut. T. B. Burgess, Lieut. N. C Parsons, all of Baltimore. The charge against tha men Is overstaying their leave from camp. $1,000,000 WAR FUND IS OBJECT OF JEWS A campaign to raise 11.000.000 for welfare work among the soldiers Is under way today "jy the Jewj of America. The plan Is to provide the ame facilities for recreation and re llglous actlvltlee for the Jewe In. the nation's service as are extended .o the men of other creeds, according to Col. Harry Cutler, chairman of the Jewish board of welfare work in the army. ' There are more than 60,000 Jews wearing the United States uniform. At least 120 workers are needed to re-enforce the etaff now ministering to their needs. The work has made progress on this side. Overseas four Jewish chaplains have already given up their lives on the western front. CHAUFFEUR WILL FACE JURY FOR MAN'S DEATH Coroner Nevltt will hold-' an Inquest today over the body of William A. Gorman, forty-two years old, of 124 B street northeast, who died yester day In Catualty Hospital from in juries received Saturday when the automobile In which he and Leo Walker, 1200 E street northwest, were being driven back from Marl boro, turned turtle at Twentieth street and Pennsylvania avenue southeast. Henry Hyde( twenty-one-year-old chauffeur, of 210 A street northeast, released from the Eleventh precinct on 13,000 bonds, will be brought be fore the Coroner's Jury. PHILADELPHIA ELKS' HOME NOW ABLAZE PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 29. Fire waa discovered on the third floor of the Elka home this morning. Two alarms were sounded. The flames had made considerable headway when the flrmen arrived. MISS RANKIN WASN'T LOST, BUT SLEHTHC Fkbtogk Wmki Hariri far Br AIDaykFreizy. PITTSBURGH. Oct. 29. How the had kept up a frenzied search for Congresswoman Jeanette Rankin for eight hours Saturday, a particularly murkey, muddy day, while Mils Kan kin slept Ignorant of the eicrtmen.t, has been revealed by Pittsburgh dob women. Members' of the Council of Jewish Women, bet hostesses, were to meet her when the 10:30 train arrived from Washington. They were there, bqt Miss Rankin wasn't. In fact, it de veloped that there wasn't any 10:3 train from anywhere. Miss Rankin's appearance had been heralded in placards as "the only woman Congressman.'' So ahe must be found. Every train from everywhere at every station was met thereafter by groups of worried women. At 0:30 Miss Rankin made Jier entrance into Pittsburgh, from Canton, Ohio, nqt from Washington. Later she explained thlnga to taf club women who entertained her. She passed Friday night in Canton and through inadvertence she overslept until noon. She tried to get a tale gram off to Pittsburgh, but there was no telegraph office near. A train would leave for Pittsburgh In a few minutes. She caught that train. The 6 ahe couldn't telegraph. -But I always get there," the C6& greasworaan added with a smile. BLAMES FRANCE FOR CONTINUING BERLIN, via London. Oct. 29. la, the opinion of "the VorwaerU, only" France's determination to recover Alsace-Lorraine holds up an immediate, peace. "There Is no Issue prevailing out side of that of Alsace-Lorraine.- says the publication, -regardlna- which complete understanding la Impossible." it goes on to state that Germany under present circumstances cannot surrender the provinces, and berates France for wanting Alsace-Lorraine as a "symbol of victory of conquest Franee. it Is charged, is hurling all civilisation Into war, merely for tha. sake of regaining these province -And we are sorry to say we cannot prevent her. the article conclude. UNKNOWN WATERWAY FOUND. ST. JOHN'S, Newfoundland. Oct. 29. Chains of lakee hitherto unmapped and rivers equally unknown' were traversed in the Interior of Labra dor by explorers representing the X)i tlonal Geographic Society and the Carnegie Museum of Pittsburgh, wbe have arrived here. The Journey eovr ered about 750 miles over a route never before traveled by white men and was made more difficult by the faot that the flv Indians who were taken along as guides proved to be unfamiliar 'y the country. GIRL MISSING YEAR FOUNp.? CHARLOTTE. Miclu Oct. 29, LI, lng under the name of Teas Raymond, Ethel Deal, the sixteen year-old Char lotte girl who has been missing a year, has been returned to this city. She says that she went to Jacksoa with a strange man. who took her to Mrs. Raymond, who was dying. This woman claimed Ethel as her own daughter, she having made a substi tution of her for Mr. anu Mrs. John Deal's real daughter years ago. Of ficers said the girl ran away to es cape school. FILIPINOS FOR SUBMARINES.' YOKOHAMA. Oct. 29. The Japan Advertiser, In a letter from Manila. states that Filipinos are enlisting ror service on United 8tatea submarines and destroyers. Their enthusiasm to serve the Government is said to be high. They are training at the Cavlte naval base. Many of the volunteers are students at the College of En gineering. University of the Philip pines. Intensive training began at Manila on July 1, and the plana for a Philippine navy have already been made- INDIANS 8UFFER IN WAR. . MONTREAL, Oct. 29. Full-bloeded Indians who left Calgary in a local battalion to fight side by side with their white brothers have fallen in the fight now raging en the western front. Private Mike Mountain-Horse, a brother of the late Lieut. Albert Mountain Horse, of the Blood Reaerv was tne isst to sutler wounds. r sssr