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TKE-WAHmTOSF ,TEVEESr -TBURSDAY SETEIVIBERn 193S
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rate, of Mr fares
Cs drWn. Vaaa asked by the
TWaaaastea asa "Virginia rwiwj, j
tatoiiffeot. oWseas ef the TIrgiala
smearl declare they will et take a-
vaataje e tie ceauBHters' rates of
rfereilto the diaadvaatage of their
Iristte sad friends, who. will have
!te $sr 38-eeat tare xo reaoa me
: Thi railway eoBspaay baa petitioa
M t Jateratate Commerce Coramls
Mem. for -a. raise i rates which In
rwwifJwMea the areeeat tariff. A
Sat Ate ef 15 cents irom xne -city xo
Clar4aea-is cm the hill, feat the offer
f a, eeavtmters -Book of nf ty-two
,aresjfor 4-87. which pats thecom-
awt's fare At a lower rate than at
rasatt. was offered residents for
Tie Glareadsa Citizens Aasocia-
rtien, threats, its attorney, -yesterday
Sled, & yemios -witn- the i. c c
Lgafcat the railroad's application.
ClanndoaUea say that if the ates
S feresga they will pay the same
'as feelr friends and ether transient
toikrs who will he oharged the ad
Maryland Tax Commissioner
v Succumbs to Diabetes
SEEK TO ABOLISH
.toother ev to abolish the Unit
ed States Heaoiag Corporation and
Vi aa ead te Its activities has been
started Isy-tha lean Pablle 3aUdIngs
and Cfeeaa&a Ceatiaittae.
A. eeatalttee ef Ive was named
Tteterday 'te-. senior with JAaierity
Leader 3e4ell' with a view to get
ting -actios on a resolatiea by Con-a-reasajza
aak v Clark ef Florida
wmlch wouM accemalish this end,
Naistarepa reeelatieae aava been is-trodBced-
in the Hoase looking te the
iavtigatiea and abeUtien of-the
sensing- corporation, bnt no action
has been, had, en the.
The- lateetVattaek on the bureau
started last week when members of
the Howe received from the bureau!
n handcoasely printed report of the
work of the bncean. It was stated
that the report cost $18,600 to pub
lish. Members of the Honee declared
en the goer that that represented one
of thle. evidences of "eatrageeua ex
travagance' of the bureau.
The houeing- oeryaration has abont
twenty-are bnildings under con
struction. Under the proposed plan,
these wonld-Mr'eeaapieted, but all
ether , aettrkie of the corporation
would cease. .
i&mxi in j
Friday at &8c
Clearance lots "from our regular stock of good cor
sets, of coutil and' batiste. fn pink and white. Topless
and medium bust models for average and 'slender fig
ures. Nearly all sizes Included. Choice offered at 08c
Brassieres and bandeaux of batiste, the former with
square yokes and heavy lace trimmings. CQn
Nearly all sizes .in the lot. Remnant price ttC
Goldenbers's Third Floor.
V ;St8reBouT8: Open 9&5 A. M.j Cfose SfPjpM'
ARTHUR P. GORMAN.
GIRLSAYS SHEWAS TWELVE
, WHEPT.ED; SEEKS DIVORCE
Claoatfang that she was only twelve
years 'old when, she married Samuel
Bass Box -at SarV S. C, in 1916. Mrs.
i Lucy Per, .tsrosgh her sister. lizn.
hath Byrd, yesterday Sled sui.t in the
IMstrict ggpreme Court against her
kBSband for a limited divorce, alleg
ing desertion and non-support.
i Mrs. Tox represented by Attorney
'Paul Ta Wright, says she was too
young to, understand the solemn obll
IgaOoHS of matrimony when she mar
nt A-HXTXRT PORTHS XOOSB.
KSW. TORK. Sept 4. I want a
j wife Mi. wast her quick T. J. Hunt,
(ranger, Texas- cowboy writes Mayor
Syiaa. Sunt explains sne needn't
kaew cooking stnee he cooks, but
mast be -"a pal"
aJosaal. faUtis fW
oaJy im sealed
BALTIMORE, SepL 4. Chairman
Arthur -P. Gorman, of the State Tax
Commission, only -son of the .late
United States Senator Gorman, ' and
himself a power in Democratic party
affairs for years, died shortly after
3 o'clock yesterday afternoon at Johns
Hopkins Hospital, which he entered
the latter part of last week. He had
been ill from diabetes for a long time.
,and was very weak, but until 10
o'clock yesterday morning bis phy
sician. Dr. Thomas B. Futcher, did- not
expect his death. He lapsed Into un
consciousness about 11 o'cloek.
With him when the end came wore
his wife, his sister, -Mrs. Ralph W.
Hills, of Washington, and -Charles C
Wallace, secretary of the State Tax
Commission, long Mr. Gorman's con-J
Sdennal man and friend. Mrs. Gor
man had been summoned to the hos
pital -when her husband .began sink
ing daring the morning. She reached
his bedside before he lost conscious
ness and remained there until the end.
She and Mrs. Hills, then went to the old
Gorman heme, Fairview, near Laurel,"
which Mr. Gorman Inherited from his
father. He was a brother of Mrs.
Wilton X -Lambert of this city.
feedy Tnfcea te Fairview.
The bodyi was removed from thej
hospital yesterday ana was taken to
Fairview. Mr. Wallace said that ar
rangements for the funeral had not
been completed, but that he thought
it would take-place Friday or. Satur
day. Burial will be in Oak Hill Ceme
tery, Washington, in the Gorman lot.
The body of Mr. Gorman. w411.,ret; .be.
side that of his father, to -whom he
was deeply devoted.
He is survived by his widow who
was Miss Grace Norris, daughter of
James L. Norris, -a prominent Wash
ingtonian and by his sisters, Mrs.
Hills, Mrs. Richard A. Johnson, Mrs.
Wilton J, Lambert. Mrs.- Stephen W.
dm iKftef If aaf U"fo Phevloa "W ei crnsii i
Mr. Gorman was born at the farnilylg
place In Howard county on March 27, nS
1873. so he Was forty-six years of age.
He attended the public schools and'g!
later studied under private utors.
Afterward he attended the Episcopal
High School in Alexandria, going from
there to Lawrencevllle Academy. Ho
j(Hidij4 law ir lh -nffiftK -nt lfIE5
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Y IT PAVS TO 4 DEAL J&
L mm sidest tj&ksz EiBAA5tE swat J
39c and 50c Draperies
at 24c a yd:
Hill laagth &t &m gridt dxafariaf, im
of Marouieettea and Cretoaaaf . m a vtxkfcr
some floral, stripe, aad aoai ; ikmrm. 1m. Voai
dark cbldijags.' Tbe let contains u many 4i 19
yards of siaay vatteras. ...
Buy ibmorrow for otrtaiaev drapanatv gcariay saA. L
wn, and comfort coratnes.
First Floor Bargain TnMe.
Extraordinary Economies in Friday's Clean-up of
Odds ancLEnds, Surplus Lots, fyisea&iititiedLines aM'Brokate -Msorttnents Marked at Ridddnce Prices.
Genuine Savings. of a Fourth; acjiird afid a Half on Altportsttf Wearing Apparel and Furnishings
for the Home Small Lots ii$$osjt; Instances, Bui Trer0ftdow Bargains An Early Visit 1$ Urged.
Sale of Lace Curtains
Regular $2.50 and $3.00
A Irfdayidigposal of ssjall.,lotsr
of lace. cortainBian'dne- to"six: as
tuighams,'1 inwKittvagdsecrtt; some
fifet ijeSh, iiicliitfed.(v Plain ,'iiovelty
effjecyand !heajMwored designs;
36 to jinches .wide,' 2 ;and 3
yarasMongi "C.qine yearly-for ;irst
ch&fce .of 'Qie?B--splendld values' at
$Lfr9-a.-pair " v
GoIdennerg'S Fearth Floor. a(
, at $1.98 .Each j
,,If in Pairs Would Sell for
$8.00 and' $iO.Qtf
v? Half pairs or single- strips of'
fine rade Tapestry Portieres,
of heavy weight mercerized'
tapestry, 45 and-,'50 inches wjde,
in green, -red, and brown color
ings. Some Tnay be matcped
jnto pairs, bnt the single strips
r odd half pairs are very de
sirable for single: door; draper-'
:es. t ' -.,
fX remnant lot, of women's fine
wool SUp4h Sweaters. -In styaiah,
weave, with long sleeves.. Choice,
of black, and -'white, purple, buff,
ceral and-"black. Broken lots and
sizes- marked at this reduced .price
for 'xjtfick?' ".selling.. , i ,'
GOIdenbergs Tmlrd Floor.- , ; -
Remnant -lot of "women's Percale
and .WhUe -Aprons,, in , round, wajst
styla wlthljraird'and' embroidery.
trimmingr . ' . -, .j
GoIdenbErgV Third Floor.
father's intimate friend, the-late -John
Clearance Prices on'
Mossed and rumpled garments
from our stock of muslin wear
bear these lowered prices tomorrow-
Corset Covers of soft finished
V (Hd Foffit Comf oft
ferfftlr Vkiwii Beach
. ; OcMiVicw
.aerie UtA aa&Cy and eamf art
New York and Boston
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STWH0AT COUP AMY
P. Poe. and at Columbian University,
Washington, and the University o?
Maryland. He was admitted to the-j
oar tn 1897, and snortiy tnereaiter
formed n partnership with the late
Alonzo Li. Miles, which continued sev
eral years and until after Mr. Gorman
had begun to follow his father's foot
steps in politics.
Bntered Politic in 1963.
His first public step in, politics was
taken in 1903. Before that he. had
been interested quietly in Howard
county affairs and had been talked
about for the bouse of delegates, but!
the general public knew little of that.
In the summer of 1903, however, the
year of the election of Edwin War-
rield to the governorship, Mr. Gorman
appeared at the Howard county Demo
cratic convention in Ellicott City, as
a candidate for the nomination forJ
State senator. He had behind him a
large body of the delegates, but he
had not enough to win without flglit-
ing and working So he fought tnd.!
worked all day in- a way that zutract-1
m4 Aa 1 MAiln a M4 Via war a a If !
was elected easily In, the foUov'ing
November, and then began a career
that held the close attention of jLhel
State for eight years, that at one time
promised to come close to matching
that of the old Senator and that, in
defeat or victory, exerted Influence in
Democratic State affairs until lately,
when ill-health bore down inexorably.
In 1911 lined up behind Mr. Gor
man for the nomination for governor
there was a powerful progressive sen
timent which opposed him. Governor
Crothers was a candidate for renom
ination, and Senator Lee was running.
The governor withd'aw and threw his
support to Mr Lee as the progressive.
In the meantime, he late Congress
man Talbott, who lad been the inti
mate of the cldei Gorman, but had
broken with the tr son because the
latter supported r.jn Walter Smith
for Senator in 19ff;f?eft the other or
ganization forces ad went over to
Leacs After Hard Fight.
The combination of Crothers and
Talbott behind Lee, with Lee stamped
upon the State's mind as a progressive
when progressivism was the order of
the day gave the organization forces
behind Mr. Gorman the fight of their
lives. It was- the first contest for- a
nomination for governor under the
direct primary system in this State.
and the people Wore appealed to and
courted from Garrett j to Worcester.
When the polls closed, it was found
that while Mr. Gorman had a consider
able majority of the popular vote, he
had only 65 votes to 64 for Senator,
Lee in the convention, the ceunty unit
system 6? direct primaries being in
use then as now.
So bitter had been the Gorman-Lee
fight that Mr. Gorman entered .the
general election fight, in which he was
opposed by Phillips Lee Geidsborough,
Republican, under heavy handicap.
His handicaps increased as. the cam
paign wore on. and he Was defeated
by a small plurality, despite a gallant
sook, with assorted lace and
embroidery trimmings; well made
and correctly fashioned. AQn
Broken sizes. Remnant jprice-''
Envcolpe Chemise, of soft nain
sook, with neat lace and embroid
ery trimmings. A number of
styles to select from. ft ftf
Remnant price.... ....... OC
Geldenberg Third Ftoor.
Mothers "will find many unusual
money-saving advantages in this
clean-up of small lots in the
juvenile section Friday.
Children's AIl-Wool Sweaters, in
rose, Copenhagen, coral and green;
jnade with sailor collar, belts and
pockets. Small jsizes d0 QO
only. Remnant price.... 7"'0
Children's Bloomers, of fine ma
terials, in pink and blue, with but
tonhole band; full cut 7Qp
sizes. Remnant price. .
.Remnant Lot of Creepers, in
dark stripes, made with long
sleeves; well finished. and full
cut. Regular 79c values M A-,
Little Girls' Gingham Dresses,
in cunning models with full skirt
and pockets. Various styles and
colors. Sizes 2 to 5., tfMj OQ
years. Remnant price ."jP ''
Young Men's $15.00
and $16.50 Suits,
Offered' Friday, at
A limited ' quantity of young,
men's two -and three-piece suits, of.
good serviceable quality cloth,
mostly in dark colors? , Alpaca
lined. Sizes 31 'to 6.- 'Choice at
only $9.75. , - ,
Men's $5.00 TanfV $'3.69 "
About 50, pairs "of, men's Sepa
rate Pan ts.lof 'durable grade cloth,
in worsted 'pattern; well tailored.
Sizes 32 to 40.
Men's & Young Men's $32.50
to $37.50 Suits, $23.75
Clearance lot of fine quality suits,
suitable for fall wear; few ol a
kind; sizes S3 to 42 included.
First Floor Daylight Clothes
Store for Men.
lAn Extensive Showing of
at $24.50 to $59.50
We have gathefe,tim unusually large- assortment of the newest
styles in women.anoVjmsses' Dresses for fall garments of com
pelling attractiveness and smartness, reyealing strikingly, new and
effective treatments-gf collars, sleeves, braiding, belts'.-, metal arid
wool stitchery., Thy, will adequately meet the requirements of every.
The season's most favored materials are:
Tricolette, PaiuletleJ Tricotine, Yeibur,' Satin,;
Serge, and Jersey Cloth
The colors are Navy BIae,.BI&ck, T&ape and Brown.
The models are overskirt andjuffte-trimmed effects, some'WJth r
georgette crepe and satin ; combinations, others with plait jng, around . t
neck.-, ion? waist stvles with-sauare decks. immedithssuvepcldth .-
Russian: Blouses, embroidery trimmed, stylish coat e'ffectsi with -vest,.
and button trimmings: Mso plam-tailofed 'nYodels. '
$32.50 and $35.00,
Reduced to $23.75
Hoaaewivas bAmt, syea effaat
isf savings on sew floor eavaf-iacs.-fer
fall will rerel t
baxraima. 9x12 ft. aa S ffe'S
Liy !' ft, 6 ia. afae Siwnliiiiir
wsei-Meed Urvsaals Kfs,. 9
Vtoysb (not poated) e
mhowisf attractrra fferai,
1iomt and' Beat design.
Akxandar SmiQi 'and
fabrics am assurance a sarjjfse
aallty. Friday at aaly ftUm
$5.00 to $8,50 Ctx -md
Steacifed Gras Ruf,
A eteaaaa of oie
Gt&m Rant, taelaaiacr-
Stoaatied Rags that noM
ly at S.8 19 . w
u-w-b- sica 2 ft. bar1 S
k s -rt sa s r.i ft. kT S
a ir ft.Tv 7L1-2 ft. Ski
Graaa Raj?s are ft. y 9 ft;
S 1L ay 12 ft. a Kf
$7.00 Malik Rugs, $44$
JaB&aeee VattiMr Rr la a
. ft. by -a ft i tau aaavca
clooe wevea i-war. aatcaiK.an
kM Iobjc straw, te aaaaaeate to-
renMale carpet aartga. .
Hobs and aaat Mtpum
blHe. red or taav ,
Safe of Me
V-i . -'
BVS- '? rvC -;
Regffl&Pricm $27Mto -$mS0
In view of present high wholesale' costs and the" assur
ance of further advances, this clearance sale is of double
importance. About half a hundred suits in the lot, repre
senting the accumulated odds and ends from the season's
selling. Fashioned of splendid materials in neat and fancy
patterns, grays, brpwn mixtures and stripes. Styles for men
and young meri, ranging from English models to clean-cut
form fitting and waist-seam suits. The fabrics are good for
fall wear. Sizes 33 to-38 in 'the lot
A Special Sale Tomorrow of
Run of the MtH
Regular $5.00 Grade,
WMfe and Colored
Kfeud Clearance of Rtwnnmt -aaC
, Skort Xeastks of Choicest Waaa
Faatiea at Below Toaaya
We "want to clear every remnant
piece 'and short' length remaining in
our- trash goods department, and
prices have been radically reduced
to accomplish it quickly. A great
variety of the most desirable and
wanted materials included all at
savings that urge every woman to
attend this .sale tomorrow and sup
ply her wants.
50c & 59c White Goxk
Remnants of White Goods, includ
ing 40-Inch Two-ply Voiles, 36-inch
Pajama Checks, 40-inch India Juinon,
0-lnch Fllsse Crepe. 40-lncn- sneer
Organdie, 40-inch Batiste and other
Regular $7.00 Grades,
69c & 75c White Goods
Remnants of White Goods, indud-
Ling1 40-Inch Prench Organdie, 40-
incn oea zsutna anuut jlmuoii. 'jiriuui
Chiffon Voile, 36-lnch Woven Stripe
Madras, 36-lnch India Dimity; XI
Inch Mertferised Poplin, 36-inch Nov
elty Skirtings. 36-lnch Fancy Voile
Waistlngs 45-lnch Mercerized Ba
tiste, 36-inch Nainsook. 36-lnch Iong-
clotb. etc uooa useiui uup
Because of an uneven .hem or irregularity in size these
blankets were put aside and-classed as run of the mill. The
wearing quality is unimpauedy. however. Good heavy, weight
soft fleece finish blankets,' in twhite, gray and tan, also pretty
plaids; in sizes 64x76. to.. 66x86. Buy now and avoid the
higher prices of the cbming season.
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Fine Grade Blankets," incbidn,'!Woolitap,w "Cortex and Aus
tralian brands, "in.-iwhitetan and gray, witii "fancy. borders, also
1 ;, . -rt 1 . T- . Jlh. m
puuos at various , colors. oon am -wcm an wow. -rvegu-Tf" gjc
lar $7.00 values tomorrow at, pair--.
Coldeabua's IWoaiOi Floor.
Remnants of $1.75 and
at $1:29 a yard
Our 'regular Friday remnant sale of silksprovides un-
usual value incentives tomorrow for women who 'appreciate
buying silks for fall dresses and waists at great reductions
from regular prices. Included in the group are the following
35-inch Colored Satin Mes
salme. 35-inch Colored Chirrap
35-inch Colored Chiffon
36-inch Fancy Stripe Silks.
36-inch Black Brocade
36-inch Black Chiffon Taf
feta. 40-inch Colored Georgette
40-inch Colored Crepe de
You will find desirable lengths for dresses, skirts -and
waists. Remnant Sale price, $1.29 a yard.
Geldeafaera' First Floe.
staple white fabrics. Lengths Oflu
suitable for aU purposes.... it
Wind-Up of Our Entire Stock of
, v We have brought inta this clearance sale varkSfiifca-"
mulations of short lots and remainders of low shoes aai
i-marked them at one low price for immediate cJearasKe-. ;
Women who appreciate generous savings win need- no wrfftg
to attend tomorrow's sale' and- provide for future as wtl ts
The Iqt consists- of Oxfords asd Puaavef Tan, Calf, Pfe
Colt, Slacic Jnad, and amu leatners, -mui mgn aaa kjw bsosb.
in the lot from 2 to 7. Friday at $35 for choice."
Boys' Shoes Worth up to $3.50, at $&95 a
Broken lines "f boys shoe' f taa and. dafl leatiers, ia
10 to 13 andf. to 2; redoced to $1M a pair tbawrrow.
Goldenbers's Start Floor.
Remnants of 50c and 75c
Colored Wash Goods '
The assortment includes practical
ly every wanted style and effect in
vogue this season. Remnants of 40
inch Transparent Organdie, 40 and
44 inch Two-ply Chiffon Voile. 38 and
40 Inch Printed Voiles 27-inch Tarn
Mercerized Poplin, 33-lnch Silk-and-Cotton
Crepe de Chine. 27-inch Seco
Silk, etc. Desirable lengths
for dresses and children's QQp
Goldeaberg &lrt Floor.
Remnants of 50c, 59c
& 69c Ginghams and
At 35c a Yd.
A remnant Lot of staple domestic
cotton, including 32-inch Dress
Ginghams, genuine imported Scotch
Ginghams, the famous Anderson
T.ku. Tanh vt Rlnirh&ma and Bilej
Dress Ginghams, also remnants of
32-lncn J4.laUie iuau, uaso wciro,
Chambray and Outing Flannel.
Just the lengths wanted for wom
en's fall wearables and children's
Regular 39e Dress Ginghams
Remnants and mill ends of 26-inch
Dress Ginghams, in a good assort
ment of plaids, stripes and checks;
lengths from one to eight OQ(
yards. Friday at yard AfUi
Goldeaberg First Floor.
Congoleum at 39c
r Square Yard
A special sale of Congoleum, in
pretty tile designs the Uoor cov
erings so extensively advertised and
favored by a great many house
keepers. 8-qnarter width; in fall
rolls and mill lengths ample
cuantities to- coyer large rooms,
shops, halls and bathrooms.
GoiacBoers 's jrrewxa ioor.
A List of Big Savings on
Small lots gathered from our stock of Men's Furkfefc- -
jngs provide exceptional savings tomorrow for men who at
tend this clearance event
Mea's- Nigkt Bsfeee of seed.
quality cambric. rnaoMa and. sate
sock; V-necH style: Ian out afaeo.
some have slight defeets. Ferfoat
grades sell regularly at 4c" 9K
$1.75 and f 2.00. Friday at ilH
Mea's Balbriggam UKmt Bate
with short sleeves ana1 sakM
length legs; closed crotch. Perfeet.
quality. Sizes 34 to 42. 1 9ft
Regular $1.75 value at. . . . wXOcl
Mea's Silk Neckwear, ia i&
ahape flowing end fewla-baade:
the balance of our spring. aa4 ausa
mer stock of 56c to 86c 9C
lines, reduced to.- J
Men's Atkletk Ualea Saks, ef
good- quality checked Batasook,
sizes 34 to 40. Regular RKj
$1.0 value at- ....-. V"V
Men's FnraUdasv lXsaitssaat
Men's Neglige Shirts, of Madras,
Percale and other high grade shirt
ings. Broken sizes, but exception
al values. Sold up to $2.00. 1 1T
Remnant price jJ.O '
Men's Porosknit Underwear, in
white and ecru; shirts with short
sleeves, ankle and knee length
drawors. Some have slight imper
fectionst Sizes are not com- AJg.
plete. Regular $1.00 values atlt
Men's Half Hose, including
"Onyx" and "Crescent" makes; in
black and plain colors. All sizes
in the lot, but broken assortments
of regular 35c and 39c Ol w
values, at pair uLy
Men's Balbriggan. Underwear:
shirts with short sleeves; fait
length drawers with double seats.
White and ecru; nearly aU DQa
sizes. Regular 65c grades atOv.
Short Lots of
Boys 9 Wearables 7
Marked at Final Reductions
Clearing out all small lots and incomplete lines in the
boys' clothing department tomorrow at a fraction of regu
lar prices. Your opportunity to save money.
Boys' Sport Collar Blooae
Waists of rine white and colored
cotton fabrics, aU with short
sleeves. Sizes 6, 7, 8 and 9 yeara,.
Regular $1X0 and $1.50 f)f
values at... tiUU
Boys' Wash Salts of various
white and colored washable fab
rics, in the season's newest models.
Sizes 2. to 7 years. Remainders
of regular $2.00 wash -9 OCT
suits at OJ..OD
Boya' Light Weight Reefer Top
Coals, of blue sertre and . wool
I fancy tweed materials, in sizes 3
to 8 years. One and two of a
Kind. Values worth re AA
up to $10.00, at 3MfU-
Boys' All-Wool Knickerbocker
Fasts of fancy cassimere, in col
ored mixtures: sizes 9 to 17 years."
Regular $3.00 Q
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Juvenile Suits of fancy easst-
in BUiy mw
mere and corduroy,
and Junior Norfolk.
short knee naats. Sizes 24, 3 tcma
4 years only. Regular $8.9. $f 48
and $8.00 values $?L0Q
Boys' Schoei Suits, of faay
mixtures, in sizes 15, IS. 17 aa
18 years only. Trench and waist
seam models, with fun lined
Knickerbocker pants. SasaU Jots
from our regular stoek, a QC
reduced to WWOal
Boys' Fine Salts, of th b
makes, la medium weights for
fall wear, of splendid wearia ma
terials, in. a variety of deslraMe
patterns. Sizes 9 to 18 years la
cluded, but broken lees of recalar
$18.75 to 522.00 Haas " O ITT
reduced ts JLQf V
GoMeaaorg Third Floor.