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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1919.
11 ', fe - . ,1 122 FRENCH GIRLS jijss to school in ii s J mk a Dig v awes Again i Opi 9:15 A. M. New York WASHINGTON Paris. Close 6 P. M. The SHOES Your Children Wear To School To Church . V To Play Should lack none of the essentials nor funda mental points of merit which have come to be recog nized as establishing quality, style, comfort and serv ice". This year, more than ever before, there is that certain element of chance encountered in buying, but happily for our customers we have eliminated it en tirely. That same decree of satisfaction and assur ance always experienced in buying Children's Shoes here is just as much in: evidence as before. t The excellent stock we have assembled and the scarcity of adequate supplies of leathers in the hands of the trade is considered sufficient reason for making complete selections now. .TKe Juvenile Shoe Section is now on the Juvenile Fourth Floor,, adjoining the Boys - ahdrMxsses' Sections; i frUuJL J 'A , The Exclusive "Iron-Clad" Shoes ' . 'Found in Washington only in our Juvenile Shoe Section. Girls aad Children's Tan Ros sia Calfskin Shoesstrajghtlace and blueher models; medium Mgh etrt;'bestfoakIeat3ier sotou Sizes. Urto, $8.pair. . VP JSizes-8'itoM0.,' $7.W pair. Sizes 6'tol8,.$5.08 pair. Girls' and Children's Gan Metal Calfskin Straight Lace and Blueher Shoes, also button style; best oak leather soles. Sizes 11 to 2, low heel, $7.09 pair. Sizes-8 to 10, SDrinjr heel, $6.00 pair. "Sizes 5 to 8, spring, heel, $5.00 pair. Girls' and Children's i Patent 'Leather Shoes, with ' dull '' mat kidekin or black cloth tops but ton and lace styles. . ' Sizes-11 toJ2,!$7.00 pair. Sizes 8 to-10, $6.00 pair. Sizes 5 to 8, $5.09 pair. JFbr the Young Woman Going Away to School There is a most suitable selection of new models in lasts to meet the requirements of all feet and models for every occasion, whether on the campus for the events of sport or on the dance floor; special attention has been paid to the models for school and street and they possess that degree of smartness and youthful line that is most pleasing. The style range is large and the-qualities the best obtainable; we have priced them moderately. 1 Ii.. .- $9 to $H pair For the Large Miss and Growing Girl Shoes with grace, symmetry and beauty of women's shoes, but lacking a little of the nro nounced curves. . Tan Russia Calfskin Lace Shoe medium high cut; several shapes of toes and heights of heels. Sizes 2V to 7, AA to D widths, $10.00 piir. , Gun Metal Calfskjn Medium High Cut La:e Shoes, in various lasts and different heights of heels, preferred. $9.00 pair. Patent Coltskin Medium High Cut Lace Shoes, for dress wear, with nat kidsldn tops. $9.00 pair. Patent Coltskin Medium High Cut Lace Shoes, with the new beaver. brown -kid-top: a ex ceptionally attractive dress model. $11.00 pair. . ., The NeV "Kippy Kick' Shoes Stand the hard knocks of school wear, and are especial ly modeled for growing feet. They are made of soft brown moose leather, with best oak leather soles. Sizes 1 1 Vz to 2, $6.00 pair Sizes 6 to 11, $5.00 pair Girls' Trot Mocs forRough Wear Girls' and Children's Tan Moose Blueher Cut Trot Mocs with . specially treated damp-resisting Trot-Moe soles. Sizes 11 to 2, with low heels, $6.00 pair. Sizes 8 to 11, with spring heels, $5,00 pair. " c Girl8'il.a"!i Chi,d.rfn Medium High-cot .Brown Moose- Blueher Shoes, with the special Trot-Moc soles. . Sizes 11& to 2, with low heels, $5.50 pain Sizes 8 to 11, with spring heels, $4.50 pair.. ulTlnLUXJsc B,aehcr Trot Mocs,-regul UW&41V .tt.w. OfV-uai -M-Ivvriuvy; BOIUS. ar Sizes 11 to 2, with low heels, $5.00 pair. ' ' Sizes SlA to 11, spring heels, $4.50 pair. For Boys and Youths Boys and Youths' Tan Russian Calfskin Laced Shoes, several dif ferent models of the season's smartest designing. ' Sizes 1 to 5', $6.00 and $7.00 pair. Boys and Youths' Gun Metal Calfskin Laced and Blueher Calf Shoes: several different models. Sizes 1 to 5'-:, $6.00 pair. Boys' and Youths' Black and Tan Hawthorn Blueher Laced Shoes, with Karry Chrome leather soles that will stand the most severe wear. Sizes 1 to a'-, $6.00 pair. Boys' Chocolate Elk Blueher Cut Shoes, made on the famous Munwm Army last that is unsurpassed for comfort and ease, with -. viiium; aru icaincr soies. oizcs j. to o5, ao.uu pair. The Famous Trot Moc Shoes For Boys and Youths Brown Jloose Leather High-cut Blurher Trot Moc Shoes, specially constructed for storm and rough weather wear; hold-fast soles. Sizes 2 to 5Vz, $8.00 pair. Black and Brown Regular Height Trot Moc Blueher Lace Shoes, on full toe tramper last; remarkably comfortable and easy to wear; no tacks or nails in the soles. Sizes 1 to 2, $5.50 pair. Sizes 2 A to 5V-, $6.00 pair. Juvenile Shoe Section. fourth floor. V f xt) H 1 ! 11 ft JL. i Y A &? S- f ML w f J Iffl fEW YORK. Sept. 11. One hun dred and twenty-two French girls, selected by competitive examination for scholarships in American univer sities and colleges, are on the French liner France, due here Friday, it was announced today by the Association of American Colleges, under whose auspices the1 young women are com ing to this country. They were selected in France by the committee of the association, of which Dean Mary Lu Benton, of Carleton College, Northfleld, Minn., Is chair man. One hundred and fourteen girls from France are now. under the aus pices of the association, pupils in col leges and universities in the United States, and with the arrival of the contingent on the France their num ber will be increased to more than two hundred. Among the colleges offering scholar ships won by the girls are Radcliffe, Wellesley, Smith, Mount Holyoke, Tufts, Elmlra, Wells, St. Vincent-on-the-Hudson, College of the Sacred Heart. D'Touville, Oberlin, Knox, Gaucher, Carleton. Allegheny and Wilson. The universities include Boston, Northwestern. Cornell, Michi gan, Wisconsin. Minnesota, Iowa, West Virginia and Ohio Wesleyan. The French government has offered twenty-four scholarships in French universities and schools to American girls. The winners of these scholar ships are' now being selected. t 1 Another Week End Sale .that gives you the benefit of some extremely low prices. - . V' m ship OARD B OFFICIALS RESIGN The United States Shipping Board on September 15 will lose, two of its valuable men, Mark Hyman, general counsel, and Henry M. Robinson, com- 'mlssioner of the board. Both . men give pressing personal business as reasons for resigning. Mr. Robinson, who has been with the Shipping Board more than a year, was formerly in 'charge of building up the nation-wide . defense system for the Council of National Defense. He served as- shipping 'commissioner at the peace conference, and was a member, with Samuel Gompers, of the International Trade Conference at Paris. He was also one of the Presi dent's advisers on the Supreme Eco nomic Council. Mark Hyman was special assistant United States , Attorney General when he investigated the Hog Island situation. He was later appointed general counsel by Chairman Hurley. Drink , OREE! BAG COFFEE, 45c Pure Lard, lb 35c Compound Shortening, lb : 29c Crisco, 1-lb. Can ,.... 38c Crisco, 1-J-lb. Can 57c Crisco, 3-lb. Can M.r. ...., . . J ...(.$1.14 Crisco, 6-lb. Can. ..... ........ . .i;;i. ;?2.20 Potatoes, Per Peck. . . . .-v... . . .?.a '.. .'50c Sweet Potatoes, Per Pound. .'. . .v.:. . 4c Onions, Per Pound . . ;. ....ii..:. 5c American Cheese, lb. . . .t.i:C ?39c One Peck Corn Meal . . . . .60c Red Alaska Salmon (Gold Medal) . . ' . . 25c HIPOUTES Marshmallow Creme Ready to Use. Get It at Any One of Our 115 Stores 25c Flash Hand Cleaner,. 10c Size . Flash Hand Cleaner, 15c Size Crystal White Soap, Cake. . P. & G. White Naptha, Cake . Star Soap, Cake Fels-Naptha Soap, Cake. . . . 8c lie 6c 7hc 7c 7c mm im.Mmr " WF rw " DORSCHS Big Donble Loaf Old Mammy's Rice Bread . Adds .to its fine eatids: qualities the. ecpnqniy, of - quantity, sV --zV? l- Our Price 14c !i MINERS PAUSE FOR MITCHELL FUNERAL CLEVELAND, Ohio. Sept 1. In re spect to the memory of John Mitchell, former miners' leader, the United Mine Workers of America convention here recessed today. Scores of delegates went to Scranton, Pa., where Mitchell was to be buried today. The 700 resolutions before the con vention revolve around, and are subordinate to, the new wajje scale and nationalization of mines issues. When the latter was brought up fof"u vote on the convention floor late yes terday, Capt. Pred W. Morgan, dele sate from Cliftonvillf, W. Va., spoke against it. "He was howled down at first, but later permitted to talk. His chief ob jection was the suddenness of the pro posed action, although h said he fa vored having the Government ulti mately take over the mines. The vote for nationalization was practical ly unanimous. CD Waxed Lunch Paper Tex-Wax Parafine, 1-lb. Cake Safe Home Matches 4c 15c 5c UTTER & Sanitary Brand One-Pound Carton 62c (3) () Why Pay More ? You'll ask yourself the same question when you get your first taste of Sanitary Brand. We guarantee this butter to be strictly high grade and after using one-fourth of your trial pound if you are not satisfied that it is all we clafin for it, re turn the unused portion and we will refund the entire purchase price. Gallon Vinegar. ............ '. 60c Campbell's Soups. ... . . . . . . ,..t,. .'.... 10c Shasta Brand Sardines. . . ;-.. -...:,. .V; . .12c Tall Cans Milk. . . . ... 7. . ."fl'C . .iSc Royal Mayonnaise. . .. ...:'. .r. ...... . . .25c Protecto Safety Matches, Dozen. .....: 9c Wizard Carpet Clean. y lie Wizard Furniture Polish 37c Uneeda Biscuits, 2 for 15c Stdllwerck's Premium Chocolate, 4-lb. .20c Stollwerck's Premium Chocolate, J-lb . . . 10c Michigan Navy Beans, lb ,v .-iOcJ ftr . The Alt4he-Year-RoundwDrink Clicquot Club Ginger Ale Per Case, $325 Gold Medal Flour, 6-lb. Bag 46c Gold Medal Flour, 12-lb. Bag 90c Gold Medal Flour, 24-lb. Bag $1.75 Corby's "MOTHERS" BREAD, .? 8c rUT OAR IX MUSKL'M. THUKSO. Scotland, Sept. V2. An or which -came ashoro from a boa; belonging to H. M. S. irampshire. the wariship which sunk with Lord Kitch ener on board, has been placed In tbc local museum. Stekr: &?. AIVERTISEMENT If Callus? "Gets-It Will Peel It Off! ri. MADE- RIGHT HER& in. WASHINGTDH Nothing on Earth Like Simple "Uets-It" for Corns or Calluses. A callup, or thk-Kcnrd skin on the solo of the font, wliicli often makes walking a misery is of the same na ture as a corn. "Crt If removes it A S v IN 6 LBS. WEN RACKED r. - FLOUR We Recommend It Without Reserve as the Family Flour From the Standpoints of Quality and Quantity for the Baking of Bread Biscuit Buns Pies and Cakes i t U"Cet-Il'' aad Daace, Etcd with Corns as easily as it doe.; the tcus:he!t corn . By using a few drops of "Gets-It" mi the call up, ou will be able to peel it off with your ljigrr.s, in one complete piece just as jou would j banana peel. It leaves the skin free and smooth as though ou never had a callue. You need no more fus.-y plan ters, sticky tape, "paekagey" band ages, knives or scifisors for coriif or calluj.es. "Gets-lt" l the national corn remover, the biggest on earth, used by millioni--. It never failn. You'll work, play and dance at case in spite of corns. "Gets-It." the only sure, gunrnntei-d. money-back corn r nnvor costs but a trifle at any drug store. MTd bv 13. Lawrence & Co.. i'hicago. III. Sold in Washington and ie'r mended a.v the worldV bc-t corn iein .dy bv ..rtlei-kN Itrug S.ores. T!i ,.-0"'' VhrV . A"iioratcU Urug tJton, Stone & P.... Ir V-o I 6 lb. Bag VLOUR ?lMNS-R06E(3fMILLIN6CO. SHINGTON D.C. LU 00(KJiX1S SXS2 r $