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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. TUESDAY, JUXE 10, 1919.
13 ELLS BACK OTA1TSVILLE NEWS Council Committees for Year Are Appointed by Mayor Gabriel. HTATTSVTLL.E, Md.. June 10. Mayor John Gabriel, of Capitol Heights, has appointed committees for the year as follows: Roads and bridges. Council men Beavers. Grimes. Horstiftan; building. Grimes. Tierce, Beavers; sanitation. Grimes. Reno. Pierce; lighting. Horstman. Pierce: lock-up. Pierce. Horstman. Schaeffer: election. Beavers. Schaeffer, Reno; finance, Reno, Beavers, Horstman; ordinance. Beavers. Schaeffer. Reno. Councilman Rollins Reno was named chairman of the council. These .officers were named: Clerk. Henry C. Nolan: building inspector. Louis S. Dern: sanitary inspector. Oscar T. Poorc; bailiffs. Harry Adams. Henry McCaul ley. H. Winship Wheatley is corpo ration counsel. At a special meeting last night of the mayor and city council the sys tem of taxation for the town for the ensuing year was discussed. Jack son H. Ralston and a number of other speakers urged the adoption of the single tax system, and several spoke in favor of the continuance of the present system. Councilman Howard A Harrison announced that he would introduce a resolution authorizing the preparation of an ordinance having as its object the holding of a spe cial election of the voters of Hyatts ville to determine whach system of taxation is favored. The attorney was instructed to prepare an ordi nance creating a board of health, to consist of Councilmen S. A. Czarra, T Hammond Welsh, T. Mortimer Carr, with Profs. V. K. Chesnut and J B. Norton as citizen members, this committee to co-operate with Dr. Robert B. Johnstone, town health of ficer A special meeting is to be called soon to take action on the town lighting contract. Troop 13 3oy Scouts of this place ! engaged in a vigorous campaign ' t associate members. Thr following delegates of the Seat T a-ant Fire Community Welfare xtia'ion left today for the annual imion of the Maryland State -men's Association, which con ies tomorrow at Salisbury, to con- nue through Friday George N. Palmer, John A. Schultr. William N. ooper. J. Lucien Duffey, and Louis F. Litz. The association voted $50 to hlp pay delegates" expenses. The Hjatteville fire department dele gates and alternates also left today. SUES FOH DIVORCE. 'ieorge V. Martin has filed suit in the District Supreme Court against :!rr -no L. Martin for a limited iivor-o The husband, represented b Attorney T. -uorris Wampler al leges that his wife deserted him last June, and took their two children uith her They were married in March. 1914. 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Major Wells spent most of his tour of duty in the advanced section of the army and was In Verdun when that fortress was un der fire. He was at the head of a group of throat and ear hospitals in France. During the last few day? of the fighting, these hospitals provided more than 15.000 beds for wounded and gassed patients from the Argonne. Alter the armistice. Major Wells went up into Germany, being one of the few American officers in Metz during its occupation by the French later he went to Coblenz. attached to the headquarters troops of the Third Army. While at Coblenz Major Wells en countered Dornhauscr. the German aviator who shot down Quentin Roosevelt. Dornhauser described him self as the only living member of the original German flying corps. He was then in a hospital receiving treatment for injuries sustained while testing a plane about to be turned over to the Americans. Before going abroad. Major Wells served a year in the army on this side. Cretonnes and Curtain Scrims Worth 29c Yard, at . 18c Wabhable Cretonnes and yard wide Cur tain ijcrims. in pretty floral and stripe de signr Ideal for draperies, cushion and comfort covering Lengths from one to eight yards, but a number of pieces alike. so you may be sure to get the desired num ber of yards. Flrat Floor Bargain Table. 20c Crash Toweling atl2C yard Unbleached Union Linen Crash Toweling, soft finish, absorbent grade for roller or tea towels. (Limit ten yards to a buyer.) Golden berg'a Flrnt Floor. Store Hours: Open 9:15 A. M.; Close 6 P. M. JT PAYS TO DEAL AT um wz BOTH SIDES OF 7 AT KST, THE DEPENDABLE STORE 39c Plisse Crepe at 25c yard 30-inch Plisse Crepe, a fine soft finish quality, for summer lingerie. In dainty shades of flesh, pink, light blue and lavender. Goldenberg' FIrat Floor. S r 89c Mercerized Table Damask at 69C yard 64-inch Mercerized Table Damask, in a variety of neat and pretty patterns, good heavy weight that will give lasting service for general use. Goldenberjc'a Flmt Floor. Unusual Value-AttractionsInNew, Wanted Summer Merchandise Little Tots ' New Bloomer Dresses at $1.50 Pretty new Bloomer Dresses for the little girls from 2 to 6 years of age, made of good quality blue cham bray, with belt and low necks. Neatly made button holes in bloomers. Very cool and serviceable for the little miss for the hot weather. Prince Slip", of nainsook: yokes of val lace insertion, rjb bon and insertion: flounces trimmed with laces to match: sizes 0 to 14 years Mlaae' Mnalln Drawer, with ruffle or tucks and hemstitched hems: also tri.-nmed with em broidery: sizes ACkn 14 to 18 years ftiH, S1.49 49c Girl' Mualln Bloomer, but tonhole bands; elastic knee. sizes 4 to 12 years Gymnasium Bloomers; of black satine. navy blue material and khaki cloth; plaited hips and governor fasteners. Suita ble for misses and (31 QQ women D-Lt70 GoldenbcrK'w Third Floor. Women's $7.00 & $8.00 Low Shoes at $5.45 pair A Clean-up of Broken Lines of Regular Stock at Radical Deductions. All are new styles this season's most popular and graceful models in footwear of high quality. They repre sent various broken lines that have become depleted in size, and we've marked the entire lot at this reduced price for quick selling tomorrow. The group consists of Oxfords and Pumps of patent colt, brown kid, tan calf and black kid leathers, and all sizes from 22 to 7 are included in the combined lot. Goldenberg'a Flmt Floor. June Specials in White and Pink Underclothes The dainty garments especially appropriate for sum mer are here in a great variety of new styles. These specially priced .items featured for Wednesday's sale. Women's Nainsook Night gowns, low neck and short sleeves, round or square ef fects, trimmed with lace, em broidery and ribbon. Also made of pink batiste. Well made and cut gen- djl Of erously full pld Envelope Chemise, of nain sook, daintily trimmed with lace or embroidery, some with insertions; all 1 OP sizes tPlJ "Flexo" Muslin Petticoats, soft finish quality, with deep flounces of rows of lace in sertions and wide embroider ies. Made with extra d1 CQ foundation plOV Extra size Envelope Chem ise, yokes of fine val. lace in sertions and edgings, some trimmed and embroidery medallions, with d QQ lace. Sizes 46 to 50 P130 Goldenberg'a Third Floor. 50c Printed Organdy 40 Inches WideSpecial 29c One of the most popular wash fabrics for summer dresses in an unusual assortment of light and dark grounds, with neat printings. A superior two-ply grade, made of selected yarns, very sheer and of cobwebby fineness. The purchase of a lot of manufacturer's sec onds permits us to offer these beautiful Printed Organdies at close to half regular price. 32-Inch Pongee a fine close 34-Inch Llnene Salting, a fine linen-finish grade, for women's suits, skirts and dresses Colors include old rose, tan, Copenhagen, brown, reseda, pongee, king's blue, wistaria and light blue. worth 50c yard.... , 29c woven, soft yarn mercerized wash fabric n plain colors, stripes and plaids. Worth OC 39c yard 0L GolrtenbeTR'a Flmt Floor. Unusual Values Made Possible By a Special Purchase of New Silk Frocks For Midsummer Wear at 22. 50 These charming silk frocks are identical in style, quality of ma terials and clever fashioning with garments selling regularly up to S35.00. The close co-operation of one of our regular makers and the shaving of profit enables us to quote this low price for tomor row's selling. They are dresses appropriate for every summertime occasion for dress, street and 'afternoon wear. The" styles are stunning, and include smartly tailored models, draped and tunic effects, giving the long graceful lines so much in demand this season. Ready for your selection are dresses of Fine quality Georgette Crepe, in all the pretty shades of Bisque, Jade, Flesh, Peach, Gray and White, and heavy quality Crepe de Chine, in the popular coat dress styles with contrasting coat and skirt effect, also splendid quality Taffeta Silks, in light shades, with embroidered tunics. There are beaded effects, embroidered styles, plain dressy models, as well as Sport frocks in the collection. All sizes for misses and women. Goldenberg'a Second Floor. Q iw & ft Men's and Young Men's $30, $32.50 and $35 Suits at p2. d Keen judges of clothes values will find in this special sale the most unusual opportunity offered this season to pur chase a high-grade suit at a generous saving. Every suit in the lot is guaranteed to tit accurately and wear satisfactorily and our guarantee is not a figure of speech but a valid and definite fact. The assortment includes high-grade worsteds, cheviots, tweeds and cassimeres, which are shown in light and dark colors, mixtures, plaids and striped effects. All are up-to-date models and quarter lined some with silk. Sizes 33 to 42 included. Genuine "Palm Beach9 ' Suits, $9. 85 All this season's styles not suits carried over from last season. A very large assortment of the most favored stvles. including plain Palm Beach shade and fancy effects in the most wanted colors. All sizes, including stouts. Men's $2.79 Khaki Pants, $1.85 Men's Khaki rants of good quality twilled cloth. In olive drab shade, well made, with patent buttons and cuffed bottoms. Sizes 30 to 42 Spe cial at SI. 8.1 pair Flmt Floor Dnyllght Clothing Store. $1.00 Bleached Sheets 72x90 Inches at 69c This is an unusual opportunity to get these splendid sheets under the regular price, when merchandise of this kind is both expensive and hard to procure. These sheets are made of standard quality sheeting cotton, 72x 90 inches for three-quarter beds, hand torn and ironed,, finished with-inch hem with seamin center. Special at only 69c each. 81x90 Seamless Bleached Sheets, full double bed size: heavy close woven round thread grade; strictly perfect quality. Worth $1.89 39-inch Unbleached Sheet ine Cotton, a round thread quality', for making etc Worth 29c yard Goldenbenc'a Flmt Floor. $1.58 sheets, 19c 42x36 Bleached Pillow Cases, free from starch; good heavy linen finish quality. 9C Worth 39c each LoZ Crochet Bed Spreads, full double bed size; heavy raised Marseilles patterns. (o 7Q Worth $3.50 $L.tV 36-inch Bleached Cotton, a heavy firm woven quality. Worth 25c 1 Q yard 1JC 50c and 59c Washable Cretonnes at 32c Yard wide Washable Cretonnes, just the quality you need for fur niture slip covers and draperiej. Full pieces from which we will cut the required number of vards. Choice is offered of beautiful flor al, stripe, bird and tapestry de sipns, in light or dark colorings. Goldenberg Fourth Floor. $1.00 Bed Pillows at 67c Iarse size Bed Pillows, covered with heavy weight art ticking, filled with sterilized curled feath ers, made odorless by cold blast process. Goldenberjc' Fourth Floor. $1.50 Couch Covers . . at $1.15 Washable Unene Cloth Couch Covers, fringed sides and ends; 40 inches wide; full length. Correct covers for the summer months. Goldenbers' Foarth Floor. $1.25 Scrim Curtains at 79c Pair Deep Hemstitched Scrim Cur tains, good sheer quality, in ecru or cream colors; 24 yards long. Make pretty cool looking curtains for summer. Goldenberjc Fourth Floor. 17. vsa?etiofnNemo Corsets Remember to buy a Nemo Corset before you go away for the summer. It will save you unexpected corset worries, because a Nemo is always dependable. Models For Every Figure Smartness, comfort and durability are outstanding featurers of every Nemo Corset from the lightest and daintiest models to the strongest. Your model is here. Model No. 299, Featured This Month at $3.00 ; An Unusual Sale of Summer Floor Coverings $6.00 Jap Matting Rugs, $3.95 Smooth finish CIos Woven Jnpanese Matting Iluga. 0x12 ft. largest room ir.i. in handsome oriental, medallion nnd floral designs, choirp of light or darK colorings. $14.50 Wool and Fiber Rugs, $10.65 S ft :;xl(i ft C Hodgee" make Wool and Fiber Rugs, close woven strlctl perfect quality. In medallion and neat figured dpigns. colorings of green, blue, rose, tan and brown $4.00 and $5.00 Crex de Luxe Rugs, $2.69 .1x6 ft Genuine ("rex de .,n and la Blle H-avv Hush Rugs, the lat'er i-lnso hnsket weave, with striiu braid Mri" and endt: in hanrinnih designs and coloring $3.00 and $3.50 Linoleum Rugs, $1.88 Genuine Cork filled Linoleum Rugs, complete with borders all around, choice of tile, parquette nno oriental design's I,ighi or dark colors 2 and 2V yards kng $1.00 and $1.25 Rag or Matting Rugs, 79c 2.rixr0 Hit and Ml.s Design Rag Rugs, and .IfivftK Stenciled de sign Japanese Matting RtigF. in floral and oriental deslgnp. Light or dark colors Klmt Floor Ilnrjjnln Table. s? Sale of Summer Needs For the Home and Garden Typical Examples of This Store's Value-Giving in New Summer Silks Beautiful new silks, representing the careful selec tions of the most favored kinds for summer wear, are brought into Wednesday's sale at prices that show in teresting savings. BB-lnrh Satin Plaid and Itrlpe Hlkw, in a large assort ment of color combinations xtra heavy quality eatin eurah and taffeta. For mak tner Biylieh sports skirls and drosses. Worth $2.00 (g-l rQ yard , t5J..t)t7 Goldrnbersr'a First Floor. Rft-inrh 1Yanh Satin, all pure silk quality, with rich satin face, in white. flcth. pink, light blue, etr Worth g-f A (J fl.ia yard L.fKJ iEi-Inrh Olnek Taffeta KHk, a very hav grade, guarati teed to wear "America j." newt woven in seivage or ever- ard Worth ...$1.89 Strrl (rnc.K Shentb, good Pervice A(n .-hie nualitv t7C ( ontlnental Sereen Door, with 1 inch mortised frames natural flnlfih. utth high-grade varnish complete with all fixtures .llir 2 ft. fl ln. I.y 0 ft. 0 Ins.. sa.no. Slir hj- Mse by 6 13 0.1. Sire 3 ft. K ft. K lira. Ina 2 ft. 10 Ina ft. 10 ini. Ins. 2 ft. 8 lT tU S38 Sire 2 ft lO Inn. by 7 ft., S3.70. She 3 ft by 7 ft.. 3.7B. ferlf - IVrlncInc Floor Slop, strong and durable, QQp long handle.. tOC Perfection II I a e Flame A Ick Cook Stoteat patisfaction guaranteed. Two burner $1 r AQ stvle P1U1 Saur ,'.-'.4 . ,-yj. . y vq 3 Hnrilwoort Window 'ereeiiK, with exten sion frnm atel enters built for er ir- 24-ln dish, tended to .13 Inches n- 69c Jljl Galvanised Iron fiarbaze Cnnnt well made; HCkt tmnm Wnllenhle firtrrirn Itnkent lnnjj hnndleat 12-prone thr, WW-l-l-pronjr wle 00c Kt-pronic alze 70e White Mountnin Triple Motion Ice Crentn Freexerwt two-quart flJQ CQ size .. tDtUi7 H Ni. . y l.nwn Mower, 1 t in steel hlnde.s. net tnd oh'irpened ready for use S6.49 fin or Oil toe Oven, tit over burners. n high Krndo nvi-n $4.98 Rorimnn t'honperw -tcr i Food with 1 Henvy Tin Meant Cooker w itk .'! compart- QO Q menu tDicU 'Iffl padlnti Fork l- handle $1.49 C Gnrden 'pnden. with P handle. strong and durable 38c llElllilP Two-burner Stoew, Iron frnine, (an Stylish Wash Skirts An Extensive Showing of Favored Styles and Materials Priced at $2. 50 up to $8. 98 Smart, stunning tub skirts that with pretty blouses will complete many a costume this summer, for any but strictly formal occa sions. Thev Dossess a ;2r -!?" Tr 11 air a higher price and their quality is excel lent. Inspection of our large stock of tub skirts will convince vou that Goldenberg's values are unapproachable. Smart ideas are developed in side-trimmed effects, embroi dered modejs, plain tailored skirts with mannish rjockets and belts, gathered back styles with button-trimmed Dockets, new hemstitched and tucked styles with cuff bottoms, and there are plenty of Sport Skirts of plaid and colored gabardines, in open front models, trimmed with large pearl buttons, as well as side buttoned skirts with novelty pockets. Regular and extra size skirt lengths and waistbands included. I oldenberg! Second Floor, rMrfU'j K h ! lrJ I XU - PA W fl M. ... - L.S iJ. 1 bm : i n' i n? WVi.M. ,' S m ' w-r7 A : ' ' W x JOl V7 59c White Chiffon Voile 40 Inches Wide, at 39 yd. A specially planned sale nf dainty white fabrics for summer waists and dresses, with the regular price low ered to a pcint that makes it wise economy to supply vour needs tomorrow. -!0 inches wide White Chiffon Voile, of extra tine sheer two-ply quality, with tape edge firm, even weave that washes "and wears splendidly. Special tomorrow at 59c vard. 36-inch White Shirtinj; Madras, in neat white stripes, for men's and boys OQ-, shirts. Worth 50c yard. OuC 36-lnch White Gabardine, with the stylish whipcord: a yarn mercerized grade. CQ,, Worth 75e vard DVC White Novelty Voile Waist ings, in stripes, checks, plaids and figures: fine sheer qual ity. Worth 39c and 50c OQ. yard C noIdcnherB'a Flint Floor. 79c 36-inch White Washable Satin, a yarn mercerized dual ity, with rich satin face that closely resembles the exnen 3ive all silk satin. Ideal for skirts. Worth $1.00 yard 36-inch White Nainsook, fine soft finish grade, for lO. lingerie. Worth 29c yd. 1 0 C 36-inch White Pique, in the stylish pin welt: close woven ouality. Worth 50c Ofl-. - 03C II I II Inn-c hfnrlb UCjstar .- 'IUSO II -"---- -. m - w m . a i 3 Si I; i M at t fc M 1 I at t lUJL.t fat wwwjl I M A m at i