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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY: MAY 19." 1913.
I? RE OR D MBS TO HAVE IVF N NOVEMBER America Is to be urged once again, next November, to contribute funds for the upkeep of the "greatest moth er in the world." Appalling conditions in eastern Europe, imposing on the Red Cross obligations additional to those as sumed during the war, and continu ance of activities in connection with the already outlined domestic pro gram of the nx Cross, makes neces sary this eppcal for more funds to carry on the work for relief of hu manity, it was announced today. It has been decided to make this appeal, it wis stated, during the two weeks ending November 11 the an niversary of the signing of the armis tice a time when the American peo ple "may properly give manifestation. through contribution to their Itel Cross, of their inantuuincss ior ae Uverance from added horrors of war which have fallen upon nations less fortunate." "At present the American Red Cross is bringing to a close Its activi ties in the countries of western Eu rope." says a statement of the organ ization, "and with the withdrawal of American troops from the war zone its work for the army abroad will end automatically. "Disease and suffering of the most heartrending character, however, arc celling for relief in other fields. The new international organization of Red Cross societies is preparing to deal with relief and health problems throughout the world in future years, but there are immediate emergencies which require the aid of the agencies already established. "It is anticipated that the generous heart of the American people will re spond to the appeal to the full extent of the needs that will present themselves." BAPTISTS TO MEET N CAPITAL IN 1920 ATLANTA, Ga.. May 19. Washing ten, D. C, has been chosen for the 1920 meeting of the Southern Baptist convention, to be held May 12. The Rev. John E. White, of Anderson, S. "".. was named to preach the conven tion sermon, with Dr. J. E. Hobbs, of Birmingham, Ala., as alternate. In line with their proposal to spend J15.000.000 for Christian education in the South, the convention late yester day voted to establish an education board similar in scope to the boards w'hich now handle home and foreign missions,. , - Speakers said that through the board greater opportunity for education in Baptist institutions would be present ed to children of Baptist families and that more workers for home and for eign mission fields would result. What was termed the trend of modern times to seek education in State-controlled institutions rather than in de nominational colleges was deprecated. Both the convention and the Wom an's Missionary Union, an auxiliary, voted opposition to any proposal for church union. The union made known its stand In a formal resolution, while speakers at the convention spoke against such proposals. The conven tion already had indorsed an address by President Cambrel!, of Fort Worth, against union. A committee was appointed to lay before President Wilson the conven tion protest against the barring of volunteer camp pastors. It is com posed of J. J. Darlington. Washing ton: the Rev. Dr. Joshua Levering, Baltimore, and Representative W. D. TJpshaw. of the Fifth Congressional district of Georgia. The Woman's Missionary Union re elected all officers, headed by Mrs. W. C James, of Richmond. Va., president. Of the J5.000.000 to be raised for min isterial relief the union voted to raise ?1 .000.000. FISTIC ARGUMENTS SEND 2 TO EMERGENCY HOSPITAL George Smith, colored, sixty-one years old, 1523 Bell's court northwest, received cuts on the head ar face yesterday when he fell to the side walk during a light w ith Harvey Robinson, in front of the latter's home, 102C Twenty-ninth btrcet north wei-t Smith was taken to the Kmeigency Hospital. Suffering from bruises on the head and body received during a dispute with William Green, colored, of 1252 Union street southwest. Sarali Jones, colored, was taken to Casualty Hos pital yesterday. Both lived at the same house. Green was arrested by police of the Fourth precinct. TO LIFT IMPORT B.i. Effective July 1. all import restric tions on nitrate of soda and nitrate rr potash will be reminded the War Trade Board announced today. Do you know That the Rigtfs Baths arp the most completely equip ped Baths you have ever seen? That every appliance used is thoroughly sterilized with live steam before use? That ventilation is secur ed by forced draught, elimi nating all stuffiness and dampness? That the appointments have been selected with ex treme care for your com fort? That until you have tried the Riggs Baths you won't know what a real Turkish Bath is like? Riggs Baths, inc. Opposite V. S. Treasury. 15th and G Streets (Tnenty-foHr Hour Service) 29c WHITE CAMBRIC At 17c Yd. 36'inch White Cambric, a fine close woven, soft finish, for making undergarments, etc. GoId.enbcrga Flrat Floor. R&G CORSETS At $1.00 A special lot of the well known R&G Corsets, obtained at a concession, enables us to offer women an opportunity to save on their favorite corsets. Made of fine batiste, medium loy bust, long hip models for the average slender figure. All sizes. (Joldenberg'a Third Floor. Store Hours: Open 9:15 A. M.; Close 6;, 3L JT PAYS TO k DEAL AT BCmiSJ&CS OFT" AT KSi: TS DEPENDABLE STORE 98c Holland-Finish Window Shades.. At 69c kl 3x6 foot -Holland -fmishJmdw-Shades, mounted on guaranteed' spring rollers; in white, ecru and greens. Complete with all - fix tures and crochet ring to match. GoIdenberg'a-r-Fourth Floor. Wc WMmaked CouonJEmsh 20 pieces of Unbleached Cot ton?Cra.sh,rsujtaj)le4Qh, rol-J ler or kitchen use! pOQlassorb-'i ent&ade Jjjiigi J Tuesday's Challenge Sale Crowded With Economies! - . ' ' - 1 - . , J All Needed Articles for the Sewinj? Basket A Notion Challenge 9c Rln. Kirm Tiw. fine OUallty white lawn or cambric; all widths from 2 to 5. Six-yard pieces Featherstitch Brnldi, while ana colored effects: dainty patterns. Regularly up to 19c 1f( "W arner's Perfection Walt. with hose supporters attached; double stitched and taped buttons; strong fly made; sizes for children CC from '2 to 14 years Utlw Triumph Hairpin Cabinet, con taining a good assortment of Qp wire hairpins. Regularly 15c. tl Chinese Ironing Wax. best grade, muslin covered; wood han- Cp dies, five pieces. . '' Wood Coat hanger, extra fft stronclv made: 10c kinds "'' Women's Sanitary Bella Ready-mnde Blrdrye Sanitary Napkin, regularly 30c each; AQp two for rlUC Goldcnberg' Flrxt Floor. 10c Hairpins, tortoise shell finish; crimped and loop styles. Reg- Qp ularly 13c; box of six ' 1omt-n Sanitary Aprons, su perior grade; usual 50c OKo kinds t-? JL Dusting Capo, neatly made of percale, lawn and ginghams. Qp Pretty styles...., w Turkey Red Woven Double; In itial, for marking underwear, iinens, etc. Any two-letter com bination. Quarter gross in fn each package JL?- Koyal'Jet Pin Sheet, containing 200 good quality English Jet JTp black pins; regular 10c papers Ol Ready-made Stocking Feet, fast black or white maco cotton finish; seamless feet. All sizes. ftp Pair C Nickel Safety. Pin, assorted sizes: one dozenon card; regu- n lar 10c kinds. ....' It llercerlred White Tape cr ga loons; assorted widths: 12 yards in each package. Regularly 1Ap Sale of Khaki Turkish Towels At Unusual Savings ' Xorrlty Stripe Khaki Coldr Turk Ih Towel?, heavy, close-woven grade, for face or bath use. QQ( Good se, "Worth i"5c each. " Fancy Stripe Khaki Color Turk ih linth Towels, ilrmly woven, ab sorbent grade. Worth 49c nr each tO Goldcnberg' Flint Floor. Still Splendid Choosing in This Great Challenge Sale of Women s & Misses Suits Worth Up to $39.75 at . $1 7. 75 Again tomorrow you are offered an opportunity to choose from "stunning new Spring Suits, cleverly styled in the newest fashions at remarkable savings. But your chance cannot last much loger the spirited selling is causing the lot to dwindle away rapidly. Materials comprise Men's Wear Serge, American Wool Poplin, Poiret Twill, and Gabardine. The majority of the suits are lined with silk peau de cygne, some have flowered silk linings, others are lined with novelty silks. Styles embrace the season's newest and most desirabble modes in Blouse Suits with fancv silk vests, Tailleur models, box and Waist coat styles, Semi-Tailored and Braided effects, chic Pleated Suits in fact, whatever your suit requirements, you'll find a garment in this assortment entirely to your likm'g. Colors of Navy Blue, Pekin -Blue and Black. All sizes for misses and women. 75c White ChiffoHYmle 45 inches wide at 4Bc yt&d ii s , One glance -at these dainty white- fabrics' will ?tell you what wonderful values they represent at -the sale price. Note. the extra width AS inches an economy feature wriijh con-j sidering. A beautiful weave of snowy whiten'ess "with the "tape edge," which assures superior wearing -and washing j qualities. Richly mercerized, Firrri-woveh, two-ply -vjoiles, made of selected yarns. 59c While Poplin, 39c SGinch White Poplin, a rich ya.rn. msreerized duality, with perma nent finish. For women's and chil dren's wear. $1.25 White Voile, 88c 10-inch White Chiffon Voiles, ex tra fijic sheer quality, with the pure linen quality, with the desirable beautiful chiffon flnish. $1.00 White Organdy, 59c 43-inch White French Organdy, a fine sheer transparent quality, that launders perfectly. For waists and dresses. 39c India Linon, 27c 40-mch "White. India Linon. ex tra fine sheer quality, snoW white bleached. 69c White Pique, 44c 36-inch. White Pique, wool finish quality, with the stylish rail welt; heavy close woven, grade. 39c .Cannon:: Cloth, 19c .14-inch White .Cannon. Cloth, a heavy finish; quality,, "'(b'r mlduy , $1.00 White linen. 69c 3$.inch "White "LlnenT extra fine- wasnaoie camoricaint&n. 35c Pajamas Checks, 22c 36-lnch White Kalama Checks, a,. fine .cleae-wtfyen "SQftffftiah sradc'J for summer undcajmems. $100 RfcrcenzecV Wash t Sating 79c t 35-inch- White "StSrcerfzed Wash1 Satiir. an extrrf 'flneaiquality that' can hardly he deteeted-f fom tlrecx perfstve allsJlk qwaUty. - ; 75c White Tricotine, 49c 36-inch Whltft. TrJc6tinv a new . novelty white fabric; for women's suits and skirts. Extra fine yarn mercerized quality. GoldennerK First Iloof. xS $19. 75 Crex de Luxe Rugs $11.85 Wanted Colors in the Desirable 8xlO-Ft. Room Size . A sale of famous "CREX" de Luxe Rygs,spujposely planned tor demonstrate our ainderSeliingyfinf'-fHese'nir-tionally known floor coverings, than Vhich 'there are no better made. We secured all the Crex' Carpet. Company had of this pattern at a' great concession in .price. They are the identical quality rugs selling regularly -everywhere at 519.75, but as the result of this special purchase we are aoie to oner. them tomorrow at only $11.85. A very handsome design, in colorings of green and brown. Other Sizes in CREX Rugs at Lowered Prices Size. Regular Price. . Sale Price. 6x9 ft. $15.95 $8.85 WoxlVz ft $10.00 $5.85 3x6 ft. $5.00 $2.85 $3.25 Jap Matting Rugs, ' $2.15 5-?-ft Keversible Carpet De sign Japanese Matting Kucrs. in crcen. red. blue and tan color ings. Extra close-woven ISO warp, smooth finish quality. Coldenbergj-i-Fonrth Floor. $1.50 Stenciled Fiber Rugs, 86c S6x5S Reversible Stenciled De sign Kibor Rugs, in oriental, kev and band border?, colorings of grcn. blue, tan and brown. ' $3.00 Linoleum Rugs, $1.65 3x6-xt Armstrong's make Lin oleum Rugs, cork-filled burlan back grade, in tile, parquettc flooring and Chinese designs Lfsrht and dark colorings. Ex cellent for halls, bathrooms and many spaces around the home. S. 50c to 75c Scarfs, 39c' Assorted lot of Scarfs, of ecru ' color filet, colored dimities and extra length plain white linen, with hemstitched borders. Quan tities limited. fioldcnbers's Flrat Floor. $1.50 Stamped Tubing 89c Pair ... Stamped Pillow Tubing, good quality even round thread.muslin; assorted neat and simplo designs., Hughes' ! Hairbrushes Worth $1, at 59c Hughes" Ideal Rubber Cushion Hairbrushes, waterproof and wash-' able. Standard quality, fine grade britle.-. $2.00 Bed Pillows at $1.18 I Bed rillows. covered with ex tra hcaw weight blue and while I stripe ticking. Filled with curled I feathers. Good size pillows that will give satisfactory service (roldenherg'a Fourth Floor. 19c Mosquito 1 Netting, 4 Yards for 55c Adams Make Monuito Netting. 5S inches widp; white, black, blue, I green and pink Best grade. i tioldenberg'ji Fourth Floor. A Silk Sale Extraordihafjf The Season's Choicest and Most-Favored Silks, in a Complete Assortment of Beautiful Colors, Offered Way Under Prevailing Prices rI. ; for Tomorrow's Challenge Sale We h,ave planned long and carefully for this --wonderful bargain .occasion arijilks in great variety invite selection arid a.ssufe oniprrows visitors-the1 'greatest valueskno&n thfs season." 'With silk prices going.-higher -all the 'time; this safe -'of seasdnabJefSilks; Should attract "record crowds here tomorrow. " e " " , . . . ' I Colored Silks SI. 75 Chiffon Taffeta Silks.., 35 inches wid in. all street and evening shades, . . f 1.60 is at in Vlehaline, 36 inches wide. In wanted .street and evening shades, "yard . S2.00 Purr- Silk Foulards. :53 inches ide. in conventional patterns and scroll designs $2.00 Changrahle Taffeta Silk. 36 inches w ide. in beautiful two-tone ef fects, yard 81.60 Box Loom Crepe dr Chine. 40 inches wide, in all street and evening shades, yard ' S1.10 Faille ' Silk roplln. .'IK inches wide: rich. lustrous quality, in all shades, yard SI .35 S1.35 S1.59 $1.49 SI .33 89c Black Silks $1.75 Black Chiffon Taffeta. .15 inche.5 flY Off wld, firmwoven. serviceable- grade, "yard-. tirJLStHJ 91.60 Brack Satin Mescalines, "5SJuicies5vide. all- pure silk quality, wear ( QC guaranteed '. . . &svdt) 2JM Black Taffeta Silks. S6- Inches-wide-; pure dye oil boiled grade, at, (J-f TJfX yard OX IV S1.69 Black Crepe de Chlnp, 40 inches -wide; rich lustrous box loom grade g- QQ yard ,,.. OXtDO SLID Black Faille Silk Poplin, 36 inches CQo wid; rich lustrous quality, yard . Oti $1.73 Blaek Silk Crock. 36 inches wide, all pure silk quality; launders perfectly, fl- QQ yard :; ,. t&JLtOt Goldenherg's First Floor. r iy i 89c Table Damask, at 56c Yd. 64-mt h Yarn mercerized Table Dama.-k. an extra heavy grade, war ranted to give satisfactory service for home or rufe ue. Shown in an assortment oT neat pretty patterns. IRxlS Hemmed Mercerized IlaraaMk Napkin, soft-nnih grade, ready for Ube As.-.ortd patterns' Mill sec ond of icgular ?1.70 val (PI AQ Goldciilierg'A Firgt l'loor. $2.50 Turkish Bath Rugs at $1.39 Superior qualitv Turkish Bath Tiugi--. in dark Oriental patterns; ctrR hray quaitt : large size. ;oldcnberg Flrt Floor, I.lnen TJrpt. 50c Printed Voiles 40 Inches Wide, at Yard 25c A special purchase of 500 pjeccs of beautiful Printed Voiles, closed out. from a manufacturer at one half regular value because of slight imperfections, which do not impair the wearing quality or appearance at all. Firmly-woven qual ity, made of .selected yarns, in a pleasing assortment of the newest and most wanted patterns, on light and dark grounds. Exceptional values at 25c yard. Regular $1.69 Seamless 90x90 Inches Extra Size Bleached Sheets, $1.25 remarUable Challenge Sale "f fcring of ."0 dozen fine grade Seam le.-s Bleached Sheets tomorrow 'tra larse size (90x90 inches), made of hea vwcight strong and tlrmly woven .-hceting cotton, free from starch or dressing. House wives, posted on present Inch mar ket nrtres. will appreciate the un usual advantages thi.- sale offers. $1.00 Bleached Sheets, 59c ,vno Bleached Sheets. thiee 'Trter bed .-ize. with .seam in i the a ntcr Kincnhnish grade, hand torn and noned. 49c Pillowcases, 3oc A?.r Bleached Pillowcases, made of heaw round thread pillowcase totton lirce size. $2.00 Bleached Sheets, $1.55 RlxOO SeamIes Bleached criF: extra fine qualitv. full double-bed siie. Free from starch or dressing 29c Pillowcases, 22c Hun-nf tpe-Mill Bleached Pillow rae5. sizes 4:JS6 and l.r:;fi. hand torn and ironed. Finished with drep hem. $6.00 Bedspreads, $4.39 i 'olorerf Miicheline Crochet Bed spreads, in heavy -aiscd designs, in PtnK. oM io e and gold. Full dcnihle bed ize tioldenb'erc'" First Floor "75c Ramie Linen Suitings, 39c Ham-e iinen Suiting, a pure linen qualitv. in nink. ornhid. old I rose and re.so-la. Correct weight and texture fir suits, skirts and , drcsftes. J5 inehes wide. Colors warranted absolutely fas. j 50c Colored Poplins, 33c 27-in'-h Colored Punlins. a rieh. hij-trous yarn mercerized grade, in Copenhagen, navv. old oe. pinlt. tan. light blue, laupe. light grav, myrtle, brown, hlark and white. 50c Pongeen, 25c ."."-inch Pongeen, a high-class cotton fabric, with the appearance if all-linen suiting. In old rose, pongee, khaki, reseda. Copenhagen, king's blue. etc. Ideal material for suits and skirts. 69c Chiffon VoUes, 39c 1 J inch Plain v'blor i'iuffon Voiles, extra fine sh-er. two-plj qualitv, for waists and dresecs. In a large assortment of street and evening shades, also black. Koldrnlierg'i Flrt Floor. 30c, 50c and 65c Curtain Voiles, Scrims and Marquisettes At Only, 97k a Yard . AiV A purchase of thousands of yards of fine grade drapery materials bought way under price, makes this sale possible. The lot comprises an accumulation of mill lengths running from 2 to 10 yards, and as there are hundreds of yards alike, every possible need may be supplied in any quantity desired. They arc the finest grade Curtain Voiles, Scrims and Mar quisettes and the assortment includes beautiful floral, Dresden, Oriental and bird designs, figured all-over and plain centers with neat borders; .ome in taped hemstitched and drawn vork styles. Every wanted color to select from. First 'loor flnrgaJn Tnble. $1.75 Marquisette Curtains at $1.19 Pair Fine Qualitv Marquisette Cur tains, white and erru colors; with cieep hemstitched borders; 2'4 varos lorg. full width Prettv.. cool-look , ing summer eurtains .oldcnherg'n Fourth Floor. 59c Solid Gold Bar Pins at 33c i Solid Gold Bar I'm pr"tty en ' graved pattern.-: each pin bears the factory stamp -ivl i.s ncatlv boxed. tfoldenberg First Floor. $2.00 Georgette Crepe at $1.69 Yard 40-inch Ktra Fine. Firmlv-woven ("icorgette Crepe, with an cxeeption al'y beautiful tlnisn. that makes it s- popular for waists. drc.-..-.es and trimming purpoes. Our color a. sortmenl is most complete, mcliid mg nil the most fashionable shadet for street and eemng wcai. a. wc'l as black and white. Firnt Floor I. nee Dept. j $5.00 Three-Fold Screens at $2.88 ' 1 timed Oak Frame Three Kohl , Screens-. 5 and inehes high. Ailed with tine grade .-ilkolines in neat II oral effects, an well as plain shades i of blue, pink, brown, green, icd anCi gold Goldrnlicrg'n Fourth Floor. 19c Unbleached Cot- j ton Crash, 9c Yard ' 20 pieces of Unbleached Cotton "rash, s-uitablc for dish, roller or kitchen use. (Jood absorbent I grade. Flrat Floor. I $2.00 Linene Cloth i Couch Covers at $1.58 I Washable Iinene Cloth Couch ! Covrr-. ,10 Inches, wide full length, choice of green and brown: wui woven border- or fringe ends., in various color striped effect Goldrnlierg'n Fourth l'loor. Sale 400 Pairs Women3 sf 7 and $8 Low Shoes at $4. 45 a pair This special sale of new Spring and Summer footwear through the medium of great reductions provides an ex ceptional chance to supply your footwear needs at generous savings. i A splendid variety of the season's newest and most ap proved styles for selection, including: j Oxfords, Pumps and Colonials, of Brown. Gray, Cham- papic. Patent Colt, Tan Calf and Dull Leathers, j Welted and turned solcs, Louis, Cuban and low heels. Every size from 2 1-2 to 7 included in the oalc, but not a complete range of sizes in every style. , Women's $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 Low Shoes Reduced to $1.69 Pair Thev are not this season's styles, but the models are good, .serviceable ones that many women will want. Consisting of Patent Colt. Tan Kid. Gun Metal. Black Kid and corftbination leathers. High and low heels. Sizes 2 to I only a great opportunity for1 women with small fet. Xo exchanges or refunds. (ioldcnbcrg'si Flrsct Floor. 29c Yard Wide Percales Challenge Sale Price 17c Standard qualitv Percales, 36 inches wide, in a lar.s;e as sortment of the most wanted styles and colorings, including plaids, stripe, checks, dots and neat figures. Fine, soft finish srade that finds favor for wo'men's house dresses,, men's shirts and boyb' blouses. Challenge Sale price, 17c yard. 39c Dress Ginghams, 28c j 20c Apron--GinghamSjJ6e nlafdrtr,pesCSand PToWsl Standard APron Ginghams. . .ne of the most popular mate- ; bin", brown and l grcn checks. warranica iasi cuiurs. -. CioldcnlirrK'a Flrt Floor. I rials for women's and children's wear ("lose Aoven. soft finish i rade. warranted fast colors. Women's and Misses' Sweaters $8.98 Values, frn r JO "" I'ine quality all-wool Slip-on Sweaters, for women and misses, made with sleeves an extremely smart model inGiigh favor for cool days and evenings of late spring and summer. These come in beautiful shades of peacock, rose, coral, buff, and purple, Jlso black. Regular SS.9S value tomorrow at $ 7; t:i '" ." ,Z 7T '.oldenberg' Third -'loir. --- As.-i -.c .-i5. $5.0a Siflc-Petticoate,. A SpecialChaHenge Sale Feature at Xew styles cut along line3 to cun, form with the latest modes in wom en's dress, made of excellent grade taffeta silk, in a number of beauti ful changeable shades. Ail with Licba naiiudiiuo aim ol" JA "it J" variety 01 styusn nouiio:s. ery special at $3.70. $2.49 Extra-Size Petticoats, - - . 51,98.- Extra-size PetticoatiS-of fine, lus trous quality satcen.-in brack and an assortment of beautiful colors Also genuine Heatherbloom Petti coats included in the lot. In several colors. These are exceptional val ues at 51.3S. GoldenbergVi Third Floor. $2 All Wool French Serge, 40-Inch Wide, $1.39 They are fine twilled serges, made from superior grade yarns, closelv woven, firm and strong. Strictly all wocl, 40 inches wide. Th'e assort-.me-nt includes all wanted colors, plenty-of navy blue and black. Reg .ularW.Oft. quality: specially priced for-tlio'..Challcnge Sale $1.39 yard. $2.00 vAll-Wool Storm Serge, V S1.59 uf-fheh' All-Wool Storm Serge. heavy double twilled auaUtv. in navy blue African- brown' llusslan $4.00 AIl-VfooT: Poplin, $2:89 " rit'finch AlVoorftpIin. correct weight "nd ,tertBi,cc 'for suits skirts-and- the'styOefidolnMHia- and capes. In TtuicRT-3xav-y-blue, --Pckin blue and plum! ' --". tioldenhcjti Flrit'FIooi j :DaiStxJgaki$ook -Nlghtwns, Regularly. $20 at Special pui chase of Women's" Nainsook Nightgowns, extra line soft nnlbh qualitv. in this season's mo.st popular models, including low neck, voke and empire effects. als.o high neck stvles with longslecves. All prettilv trimmed with laCesand mbroideries. Well made and, fin ished. Full cut sizes. "Flea." PettleontM. soft-ftnlsh oiuslin. with deeD flounces nf 1e I insertions and wide embroideries; I tra dust ruffles. Worth Q1 4Q A omen's in.nook Dravrtric, with rufflos. ..r ffmhrn)(i'n lru.tf,f--,i?rt",i patterns. Open anil lore.l KCw tiityfe ""Worth bc pair Ot)v f I II !