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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; TUESDAY: AUGUST 27: 1918.
11 Latest Casualty List From Oversea Forces KILLED IN ACTION. CAPTAINS. Canada, Ottawa, Frank C. Valentine. JV. Y., Brooklyn, Jobn Carrer Adams. LTEBTEXAXTS. Ceniu. New Britain, Joseph A. Glorer. Ky, Palntrrflle. Warren Rlee. Mama, Boston, Charles W. Flnnuner. JV. Y., Syracuse, Theodore Robert Hoyer. W. T, Schenectady, 'William H. Fuller. If. C. Durham, Paul C. Venable. Alaxa Cambridge, Vinton Adams Dentins. Mich.. Bedford, Harold J. Payette. , Fa, Allentown, Earl U. Kneebt. 1 Fa, Philadelphia, George E. B raker. Ft, Philadelphia, Arthur Vanderroor SaTage. Vex, Palestine, Benjamin B. Gardner. JWla, Henomonle, Marrln T. Thomp son. SEItGBAXTS. Cal, San SOxnel, Peter W. Laraen. Ill, Chicago, Jobn Blasyk. HI, Eranston, Allen K. Hyde. Iowa, Rolfe, Charles West. Mich, Bay City, Alex Wojclechow akL Mo, Salisbury, Karl M. Booker, Wis, Berlin. yle Morris. IVla, Madison, William B. Cairns. Wis, North Hudson, Richard I Slmonaon. Wis, Snperlor, Charles William FeatL CORPOBAXS. Ind. Uarlen, Floyd DUlon Holmes. Town, Creston, Allen It Peterson. Me, Bingham, Stanley A. Beane. Mich, Alma, George Washlaxtoa Myers. Mich. Bay City, Walter Mike ITadol- ski. Mich, Grand Rapids, Edward Snlll. Ohio, Cleveland, Marlon Solnskl. Pa., Philadelphia, Barry R. Foelk Tens, Knoxrllle. William I. Bowline. i """la, Cadott, Henry P. Sretllk. "Wis, New Richmond, Merton Sebeaa. Wis, Tunnel City. Carl E. Klefer. WU, Whitewater, William Benry Graham. WAGONER. Iowa. Dm Koines, Roy Stafford. BUGLER. Pa, Philadelphia, Samuel I Dallen- tine. PRIVATES. Ala, Paint Rock, James S. Ijewls. CaL, Lincoln. James E. Fowler. CaL, San Rafael, Frank S. Costa. Canada, Sandaa Center, James A. Kathlesan. Hawaii, Honolulu, John R. Bwe Ind, IndlaaapoUs, Clay James. IIL Chicago, Franelsxek MarcUewafcL JIL, Chicago, Max Wynt. IIL, Cicero. Frank Zemaa. IIL Taylorrllle, Leslie A. Callaera. Iowa, BradyrOle. Arthur Peach. Iowa, Corning, Trimble C Curry. Iowa, Conway, John Short. 'inn, Dubuque, Arthur G. Cornwall. Iowa, Greenfield, Lloyd W. Head. . Iowa, Mystic, Howard G. Graham. Iowa, Washington, Leon Beatty. Italy, Clrotlno, Flaresee Tira. ?r" . Smalaa, Ernest F. Frost. ADVERTISEMENT' TONIC UPBUILDER Stnbborn Coughs, Weak Lungs sad Colds. Try r Ecknm's Alterative ror many years this Calcium preparation fttas mamtalssd sn Tsr-tscreulag rapata tloo for acoompltiMna'. good, and ofUa ra naifcab! rasnlts. SI Sire $2 Size now 80c bow $1.50 price Jaclud War Tarn. AU DruggUU. Eckman Laboratory PWIiiUlpMa The Hotter the Day, the More Satisfaction You'll Find in a Cold Bottle of Sparkling "LIB11R1T' CHAMPAGNE A deliciously exhilarating beverage that promptly puts the biggest thirst out of action. Just as healthful as it is re freshing the whole family, young and old CAN AND WILL ENJOY "LIBERTY" APPLE CHAMPAGNE The New All-Year Table Beverage de Luxe DELICIOUS-WHOLESOME-SATISFYING "LIBERTY" CHAMPAGNE is produced under the most hygienic conditions, from Stayman Winesap Apples and choice Hops. Aged in glass-lined vats; bottled with its purity and flavor unimpaired. Let us send you a case of "LIBERTY APPLE CHAM PAGNE tomorrow. We're confident you'll never want to be without it after trial. 11- TCns-mf. Thomas. Md, Baltimore, Jacob Sema, Mich, Bay City, Peter Van wen. Mich., Coleman, Jetse Cornelias Barch. Mich, Detroit. Chester Sadkowskl. Mich, Detroit. John Thomas Walker. Mich. Detroit. Adam Wllesynsai. fii. n.M Jnlm TUwIn Sehnlta Mirk- TMftford. Melrln L. CrandalL Mich, Saglnar, Dewey Phillips. Mich, St. Louis, William rieios. K. J. Paterson. John PanL Mrxlro. Edward H. Blase. N. C, Andrew, Loman Morgan, Ohio, St. Bernard, uincinnau, rrru Kalbrenner. Ohio, Clereland. Gabriel Dsaka Ohio, Nile. J. Earl Near. Pa, Apollo, William II. DaTidson. Russia. Gubernookowlnaka,. Parrlat Sanly Proure, John Raustla S. D, White House, Isaac Blshorsels- fast. W. Va, Meadowbrook. John Barry Snyder. W. Va, Roderfleld. Tom TrameL 'Wis, Berlin, Frank J. O'Connor. Wis, Chetek, Albert Lenord Nelsoa Wis, CrlTlts, Peter FrancoTlek. Wis, Madison, Peter J. Mass. Wis, Milwaukee, Alfred It. Dietrich. Wis, Milwaukee, Leo Tallroth. Wis, Snawano, Emll TIegs. Wyo, Sheridan, 'Albert S. Kllllam. DIED FROM WOUNDS,RECEIVED IN ACTION. CAPrAIN. Tena Carter, Orrllle E. Lewis. v LIEUTENANTS. If. T New York, Jefferson A. Bealy. Pa, Philadelphia James P. Mellhenny. SERGEANTS. Ind, Greencastle, Perry B. Snider. Nebr, Fremont, Henry Telgeler. Pa, Fottstown, Clarence L. Knpp. CORPORAL. Ind, Monon. Eugene M. Bughea PRIVATES, lad, Lincoln City, Ernest L. Rile. Ill, Chicago, Wlneenty Mlehclck. Iowa OUn, Hubert Blarney. Idaho, Jerome, Edwin C. Quereau. Me., Wilton. Guy Stewart. Minn, Minneapolis, Harold J.Xee. Blont, Dooley, Maurice H. Johnson. Mont, Sidney, Ray D. Stubbs. Nebr, Marsland, Frank M. Mlefert. N. C Lumber Bridge, Carson B. Caa- son. Okla, BartlcsTlHe, Arthur Hyatt. Pa, Germantown, Philadelphia, Chaa MaeKay naterhouse. Pa, Nantleoke, Joseph Tubyrake. Pa, Sharpsbunr, John S. Lnksson. W. Va, Cabin Creek Junction, Robert S. Pomeroy. DIED OF DISEASE. privates. Ky, Maysrllle, Thomas Batla N. T, WHlabors, Lery J. Hero. Tena, 'Waller, Herman Ray. DIED FROM AEROPLANE ACCIDENT. LIEUTENANT. Ill, Chicago, Louis L. FUUla DIED FROM ACCIDENT AND OTHER CAUSES. SERGEANT. N. J., Little Silver, Henry G. Woodruff. PRIVATES. Mo, Maiden, Thomas W. Brldgea Okla, Madlll. Charles B. Burke. Tesn, Knoxrllle, June Lott. WOUNDED SEVERELY. LIE U TENANTS. Ind, Aurora Oscar F. Jacobs. La, Wlnnfleld, Ererrett Sleeter Flek. N. T, Maloae, George L. Howard. S. Car, Chappells, WUUaxa O. Cole- 'or Trial. Case, Phone S2.50 per case of 24 bottles; 75c rebate for return of empty bottles and case. On Sale at All First-Class Dealers. Crr. SKRGEANTS. Conn, IVlnatrd. Henry J. Dnbe. IIL. Chicago Louis Knutaonr IIL, Chicago, Theodore Pantehuek. Mass, SoutH Boaton, Patrlckt J. Bene- t, Daniel L. Fentoa chacL Carter O. Pullea. York, Joseph G. Barrows. le, Metro ROadalde. er, Emll Lunaquisi. rston, Andrew Rosner. snd, Edward n. Aadersoa. CORPORALS. ngelcs, Vlrge Glbsoa Coleman L. Kindred. Iowa Mirtjuoketa Wylle Margesoa Kans, Mass, Minn, Mich, ne Island, Glen W. Patrick. atiek, Peter Barnlele. inncapolla. Math. P. Fried etrolt, Edwar L. Faleer. Mich.. Detroit, Frank George Sta- Chowak. Mich, Flint, Wilfred Earnest Deeour- TaL Mich, IStembaugh, James Henry Tres- trial! Mlaa Mashularille, James B. Turner. Miss. Peru. Huey Todd. Mo., La Plata Luther P. Martin. N. Y, Brooklyn, Stephen Kromka Nebr, Genet a Charlie Morris. Orrg. Portland, Darld B. Huut. Wis, Uladi.on, Wynter M. Felland. rich. Wis, Mtddleton, William C. Stekel- berK. West India Fort de Franc Martinique, Joseph Boyer. W. ,Va, Smlthera George Khodea , MUSICIAN. N. V, Syracuse. Frank W. Gnth. MECHANICS. N. C, Wilson, John D. Adams. Pn, New ProTldence, Oscar Dalo Eck- man. Russia, Warsaw. George Sswaglel. , COOK. Ind, Terre Haute, George MeGnrrey. PRIVATES. Ala, Boas, George Emmet Foe. Ala, Shawmate, John R. Sharp. Ala, Unlontown, Sam F. Stapletoa Ark, Elaine, Ira W. Huddlrston. Ark, Brooklyn. Elrls J. Glbsoa Ark, Pfelfer, Christopher C Foley. Cal, San Francisco. Chris F. Masslnl. CaL, Santa Paula William A. Sanchea Ark, Summit, Msrrln F. Estes. Conn, Bridgeport, Thomas J. Smith. Conn, Bridgeport, Albert Tmhleky. Canada Whltewood, Sask, Fred Ap- nerley. Canada Weldon. Saakatehewan, Set mer T. Leland. Fla, SHIIrllle, Dewey Miller. Ga, Atlanta Charlie R. Strickland Ga, Flowery Branch, Bryant E. Nuckolls. Ga, Lulatoa Laurie B. Rerrla. Ind, Bmsll, Edward William Waltoa Ind, Broad Ripple, Benjamin Dlekena Ind, Doans, John Q. Ferguson. Ind, East Chicago, John Grits. Ind, Indian Springs, Claude Sander. Ind, Loogootee, Frank Lecaerm. Ind, Monroe, Clyde L. Darts. Ind, Michigan City, Jan FlIIpouakL Ind. Swaysee, John R. Robblna Ind, Taswell, Oscar M. McDonald. IIL. Chicago, Slot. Adamkiewlea IIL, Chicago, Anton Koudelka IIL, Chicago, Tony Ploclniak. IIL, Cutler, Clinton B Stevenson. IIL, Lincoln, Harry J. Ryaa IIL, Lorlngton, Charlie W. Asktna III, Pleasant Hill, Arnold Uund. IIL, Peru. Jacob Wosalak. HI, Peoria Santo Vassano. HI, Rankin, Lyman Strong Dala Ind, Union Mills. Wayne Rckm. Iowa. Anamosa Paul Shermaa Iowa Cedar Falls, Raymond 8 1 crick. Iowa, Iowa City, WHlard Andrew Kans, Great Bend, Lerow Smith. Ky, Gimlet, Andy Mtddleton. Ky, Irwin, Charlie Todd. Ky. Shelblnna, James Kinney. La, AmeHa. John J. Blanchard. Mail., Maiden, Edward A. UalL ' Mass, Melrose, Lester H. Gllea Mass, Waltham, Charles H. Haywood. Mass, Woburu. Ralph Christie. Masa, Worcester, Edward W. Shea Mass, Worcester, John J. Kelly. Mich, Bay City, qmar DerdowskL Dodd. West 1600 WU, Stoughton. Maurice T. ghan. I Mich. Detroi Miss, Kllmi N. Y, New Pa, Coaldh ra, Llgodl Tex, Gsli Wis, Aabil Cal, Los 1A IIL. MeUea tfil Mich, Detroit, Stere Stanley Dilat- klewlca Mich, Detroit. Edward Baldla Mich, Detroit, Uasen Paul Pet era Mich, Detroit. Hoogas Tarrellaa. Mich, Eseanaba, Lawrence Roberta Mich, Harwood, Edward Michael Bsr- eame. Mlda, Saginaw, George Duby. Mich, Muskegon', Roy C. Walsh. Mich, Sault-SteMarie, Robert Peter Gundersoa Mlna Dakota Victor E. Muason. MIss,'Shubuta Alexander Uailea Mont, Loma, Walter Gray. Mo, nrnley, George D. Miller. Mo, Trenton, Forrest John Ron. era N. Y, Brooklyn. William T. Green. X. Y, Brooklyn, Frederick IL Blan- vett. N. Y, Buffalo, Mike Buk N. Y, Rochester, Rudolph WlHlam Fadley. N. Y, Rochester, Albert L. Porreea N. C, Bueklnghsm, Llnsle R. Pate. N. Car, Wnde, Curtis P. Page. Nebr. Red Clond, Jesse E. Garretsoa. Neb, Omaha, William R. Drews. N. J, South Amboy, Ignatius OIeneak Okla, Kingfisher, Harold D. Letghton. Okla, Llndiuy, William A. Morris. Okla, Wapanucka Elonso Sinclair. Okla, Stlllwell. Hoekleberry ShelU Ohio, Archbold. Freemont Poorman. Ohio, Berea Frank Prybylaki. Ohio, Cincinnati, Lawrence Allen Mar shall. Ohio, Clereland. Mnthew La Books. Ohio, Clereland, Mike Kafrea Ohio. Clereland, J. F. Tayok. Ohio, CleTcland, Sandy Satullo. Ohio, Lockbournr, Edwin II. Harrtsoa Ohio, Marlon, Fred F. Speneer. Okla, Maple. Claude E. Parsona Okla, Texhoma, Tempton C HalL Pa, Altoona, Frank KowalskL Pa, Boynton. William C. Fata Pa, Forty Fort, WlUUm Boyt Pel- mear. Pa, Johnstown, Domenleo Castagnola. Pa, Lenlaton Junction, Andrew S. Brown welL Pa, Miners Village, Ralph Julia Pa, Pittsburgh, Fred Woter. Pa, PottsrUIe, Charles F. Erana Pn, Shenandoah, John Rualnoweca Pa, Woodlawn, Theodore Manltn. Porto Rico, Guayama Rena Vasques- tUlea S. Car, Enoree. John T. Elders. S. Cnr, Lockhart, James B. Bender son. S Car, Newberry, Robert I. Gilliam. S. Dak, Tabor, Frank Halla Tenn, Dnndrldge. Will Vest. Tenn, Donelaon, Wallace O. Benaon. Tena Parker, James C. Moore. Tenn., Rock Island. Tllmon Bethel Drennon Adeoek. Tenn, Iloekwood, Joseph F. Ktrkland. Va, Falrdale, Gerome Roberson. Va, Hot Springs, Ralph R. Gwln. Va, Max Meadowa James W. Felts. Va, Montebello, Golden Fltsgerald. Va, Petersburg, Jasper Chance. Vt, Eaaex Junction, John Henry Do Slag. Wash, Seattle. Swan Johnson. Wis. Berlin, Frank Anton RagenoakL Wis, Eau Claire, Bernt Benaoa Wis, Mellen, Gnat A. Bruum. Wis, Racine, Lloyd D. Jonea Wis, Odanah, Ray P. Aekley. Wis, nircr Falls, Edward Tayerle. Wis, Waukesha, Satlrios Patrinoa W. Va, BnrnsTlIIe, Oscar XV. Taylor. W. Va, Charleston, Samuel Herbert CreeL W. Vn, Green Sulphur Springs. Isaae C. Foaae. ' Va, Wheeling, Leonard S. Useltoa SLIGHTLY WOUNDED IN ACTION. . CORPORAL. Mass, Southbrldgr, Frank O. 8 tares. WOUNDED IN ACTION (DEGREE UNDETERMINED). LIEUTENANT. Pa, New Oxford, Warren J. Miller. PRIVATES. Pa, Apollo. Carl F. Crooka Pa, BlalrstUIr, Fernand Demoella Pa, Leeehburg. Arnold Coleman. Pa, Leeehburg, Blair W. MeCaualand. Pa, Llrermore, James A. Bsrkley. Pa, LlTcrmore, Harry Falrley. Ta, Phlladelpbla, AVIIllnm J. Clark. Saltaburg, Pa, Iluaaell D. Anderson. PREVIOUSLY REPORTED DIED OF WOUNDS, NOW REPORTED WOUNDED IN ACTION, (DEGREE UNDETERMINED.) LIEUTENANT. W. Va, Erenwood, Pete Uaddlx. MISSING IN ACTION. SI.nGEANT. Pa, Readlng William W. Dcnglcr. PRIVATES. Ind. Fort Benjamin Harrison, Fernan do Predelllnl. La, Many. Thad O. Harden. Mass, Charleston. James PaseisnL Mich, Nrgaunrs, Frank Brando. Waah, Monteeano, Nigel R. Blgnold. Wis, Cameron, Paul E. Ulldrbrandt. Marine Casualties. KILLED IN ACTION. PRIVATES. vjf l-InA-a. rrlsrenee R. white. W. Va, Romney, Willis R. Shoemaker. DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED IN ACTION. ' - CORPORALS. Tex., Fort Worth, Pete Reedy. Wis, GalesTllle, Esrl E. Jensen. WOUNDED SEVERELY. " CAPTAIN. Pa, WIlkes-Bnrre, Arthur T. Turner. PRIVATE. N. T, Long laland City, Herman Kel lerman. MISSING IN ACTION. SERGEANT. Ohio, New Philadelphia John C Pa ins la CORPORALS. Cal, East Auburn, Benjamin .F. MlehacL Masa, Fall River, narry Chefeta PRIVATES. Canada, Saakatehewan, Graham Mit chell. Ga, Cummlnga, Paul Anglln. Ga, Porterdale, Fred SI. Bradrn. Ill, Chicago, Emmett T. Cody. Ill, Chicago, Richard Cowley. Ill, Chlcngo, Edward Schanada Ky, Witt Springs, Littleton E. Rich ard aoa Sid, Baltimore, George Sehlfferer. Masa, Attleboro, Gaudlaa J. Joubert. Slaas, Somervllle, Roy 11. HalL SIo, Elmer, Gilbert L. Carter. Mo, Elmer, Omer It. Carter. Slont, Alberton, Sarvaul II. Albert. Nebr, Wahoo, William L. Roth. N. SI, Bellerue, Oael J. Balnunt. Ohio, Columbus, James E. SIcCleary. Ohio, Coshocton, Harry S. McCormlck. Okla, Eddy, Francis II. Bush. Pa, Lancaster, John E. Bard. Pa, Philadelphia, Maurice P. Singer. Pn, Sharon, Sterling L. Alexander. Russia Ztomlr, Bolln, Max Bradley. 5. D, Platte. Roy C. Anderson. Wash, Asotin, Fred B. G rarer. Wash, Blaine, Richard D. Cain. PREVIOUSLY REPORTED KILLED IN ACTION, NOW REPORTED ON DUTY. SERGEANT. Ohio, Canton, John E. Kllcellta Store Opens 9:15 A. Interesting New Suits for Autumn and Winter New Styles New Materials New Colors Long lines are favored in the new Fall and Winter Suits, and coats show the becoming loose panels, sometimes they extend the entire length of the coat and again they are put on at the waist line. Cuff effects are seen on many and buttons are very largely used. On the handsome Suits fur collars are much used. Distinctive' New Models for Early Autumn and Winter Weqr Chevrette and Twilled Velour Made in plain tailored and belted styles with patch or set-in pockets. New shades of brown, taupe, plum and navy. These suits were purchased early in the season and .the values are excel lent. When these suits are sold it will be im possible to je-order or duplicate a single suit, as the entire manufacturer's supply of these materials has been disposed of. $37.50 each Third floor, G street. t 1 I f For School Suits of Silvertone Tweed, Velour, Delain and Serge. Plain tailored models and more elaborate ones trimmed in fur. Coats in all the new materials and colors. Service able coats and" dressy ones trimmed in fur. OJfE-FIECE DnESSES, of Jersey. Serfre. Serge combined with Satin and Silk: Satin and Satin combined with Georgette. Plain tailored Dresses for general wear and colors Is the favorite mode of trimming those for general wear and fringe and embroidery for the more elaborate ones. The plaited sKirt for one-piece dresses Is very popular. Included In these Dresses are the "Betty Wales Dresses that are distinctive In style and exceedingly aopular with those who like a dres out of the ordinary; also the Peter Thompson Dresses that slve such splendid service. SKIRTS of plain and plald materials In plain and plaited styles' SWEATEItS In all the new styles and popular colors. MIDDY BLODSES in wnltc, white with navy serge collars and alt navy serga. YOCJfG GIHLS' DRESSES, of Silk. Serare. Crepe. Glncham and White Flqne. FOR TITE JUNIOR MISS AND GIRLS there are many styles and materials to choose from. For early fall wear pretty frocks of Klncham. crepe and white pique. The models are quite attrac tive and will stand any amount of tubbing. For later wear Peter Thompson Suits, and one-piece dresses of silk and serge. Bloomers of Serge and Sateen For Gymnasium and Sport Wear The Serge Bloomers come in. navy and black, and the Sateen Bloomers in black; only moderately priced. Fourth floor, G street New Yarns for Knitting Garments. For Our Boys on Land and Sea Olive, Drab and Gray Wool for army and navy. $1.15 hank. Light Oxford and Natural Yarn for socks. $1.15 hank. Khaki and Light Oxford Yarn for socks. 50c ball. Every Girl Will Want a Sweaty for Fall Columbia Floss for sweaters, in a number of shades, in cluding all the new and wanted ones. 45c a bill. Vicuna Wool, 48c ball, in all the wanted shades. Second floor. Tenth street. New Hats For the Kiddies Velour Velvet Felt For wrc rirls, Velour Huts in mushroom and poke shapes, tri'nmcd with ribbon band and streamers, in brown, champagne, copen, navy, rose, green, khaki, and black. Velvet Hats in poke, mush room, tan and aviation shapes. The aviation hats come in brown only, and the other styles in black, some trimmed with a band of fur. $5.00 and up. Felt Hats are shown for baby boys, gray and- brown. $3.00 each. White Felt Hats. $5.00 each. Beaver Hats. $4.50 each. Fourth floor. Eleventh street. TKHoobwarb M. New York WASHINGTON-aris SPECIAL OFFER For A Limited Time Only "The Delineator" May Be Subscribed for at A GREATLY REDUCED PRICE Apply for particulars of-this very interesting offer at the Pattern Counter. Second floor, G street. i Misses' Outer Apparel Smart New Styles and Materials and College Wear Wartime Opportunities for a Young GirPs Business Training Many young women, graduates of high schools and seminaries, and others who have never considered enter ing the business world would be infinitely benefited by a thorough and practical business training. Just think what it would mean to her later, when as the head of her own family she is confronted with the responsibilities of providing the household needs, in se lecting the requirements that enter into her daily life. Employment in the modern department store-today would give hei'an experience that could not be dupli cated. She would be taught business methods, the value of money and what it represents; the value of quality in materials and fabrics of all kinds; how to make her own selections to the very best advantage. We have numerous positions to offer bright, young women in both the store and office. Applications received any hour of the business day for all or part time employment. EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, Seventh & Xotbrop Smart Suits of Golf lex Another popular material, is shown in plain colors and combinations, such as oxford and light grey, and navy and gold, the contrasting color showing in the similate buttonholes, collar and cuffs. $37.50 and op. Handsome Suits of Silvertone Velour In wonderfully lovely new shades; ox ford, brown, concord, navy, prune, taupe, beaver, delphen, and fawn. The skirts are mostly plain with gathered backs and set-in pockets. The coats are cut in many, clever ways and the workmanship is the besi $62.50 and ap. .. Fall-Winter Apparelforthe Boys' Wear In School, at Home, or Away From the City. We feel confident of your interest in our completed preparations. In providing for the boys we specialize on each type or diss of boy and carry it through to the utmost degree of intelligent development, We are now displaying full assortments of: Suits, Separate Trousers, Overcoats, Bathrobes, Top coats, Sweaters, Mackinaw, Raincoats, CoroWoy Suits, "Sammy" Military Suits of Khaki, Cloth Hats and Caps, Suspenders, Shirts, Underwaists, Blouses, Pajamas, Neck- wear. For the Junior Boys, 2 to 10 Years Sailor Suits of fine quality Serge, Palmer's Linen, KhaK. White Galatea, variously trimmed. Junior Norfolk Washable Suits Junior Norfolk Woolen Suits. Middy Blouses. Blue Kersey Naval Officers' Overcoats. Chinchilla Overcoats all wanted shades. Overcoats of novelty mixture and plain shades. "Fall Overcoats and Reefers. Also Velour, Velvet, and Cloth Hats. Introducing Thb Season Hand-Tailored Clothes for Boys The Best in Quality and Style Attainment timeC?enstrPtse.fnbd7al u.gg .Mfc reSaS ind?ees,anStlCtnes.r Sl-Tl!oD CbTHES FOR BOTS. ... IZJSS "& T Suailtv andityle T has been attained. Clothes that Hent.tB the ScCTewlve Vlrit cfTouth: our familiarity vlth the requirement?8,,? rcoSSlVd glS tlTl8 c5earlete'rna',0re1 '" PrO-CeaffnV?0eunlo ,nspSe,e'cOTS,Can?noete- these featnrea: Top and bottom collars put In by hand. Cottars hand-felled, top and bottom. "faTacTf.Srtacaed to canraa by ha ?t.f runnfnmockeU to armhol. to strengthen pockets. All linings, buttons, and trimmings finely matched, selected EveryDcoat 'tailored openly, each part pressed Into shape. All pockets in trousers reinforced and bar-tacked. Belt tunnels lined to allow easy sliding-of belt Such Clothes will appeal to the boys in their fit and apoearaac. "and demonstrate to mothers the economy of quality. The Boys' Store, Fourth floor. t i Floor. Store Closes 6 P. M. Silk Shopping Bags In New Shapes Special Values at $3.60 . Each Silk Bags in parachute ' of plain and moire silk; inside frame with purse and attached mirror, in black, navy, taupe, and brown, as sorted linings. $3.00 each. Another style is round at the bottom with pointed sides and comes in moire s3k only, in black and navy, inside frame with purse and mirror, assorted linings. $3.00 each. Street floor. V street. PI I-: ii " r tbs AO. it'll ro .rot! JraJ c J a fclt -.u' in Ii 3? -,n (: i M l i t. f? i ' ' ''S f j f rr M 3.. dr i h B