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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1919.
J r"1 "JP1- annmn, mtmmmmm nmnaana 11)P OF RES" MS UufflEl ! Births, ffkwiafles, Brattts Notices May Be Phmet1 Until 1 f. m. Jfatx SMO, Brmnck f. I UtK at tongue! Remove pakim from stomach, "ftwr and bowels. 'MejiMs"eaaiMMasTTfftrTlnff nSBrtnaahMSnasamaanaaaa j ... - . v j,. "- V MRS. JOYCE, WIDOW OF ENGRAVER, DEAD t . Mrs. Catherine Joyce, widow ef Maurice Jayae, fnandar of the Mau rice Joyee Bnamvlaa; Company," died at the home ef her son, Mariee X. Joree, at Cottage W Md, early to day. Her death fOUewed a pamlyete atrnk. flhe was sevonty-nloe jonis Of aa. Mob, Joyce was fermerly MJJ Catherine Neville and was horn at Halifax. Mara Beetle. She was well known ia Washington and the Mary "Canton!" afcmu. f IHm - -T - . -BT "Tr onqr tooK rer tne mm ZaNforma a the aaekace, then ya arc .sare your eadld is havlna tne neat and moat harmless laxative or naysic foej we uri9 stomaca. iiver ua Mweu. Children lore It delicious, fruttx taste. Pall directions for child's dose oa each bottle. Qire it without fear. Mother! You must say Calif6r-: nia." Changing tbt attune lil At every change of the the system mmk ana mere is ss a nrooeriv ad- Tshvittnpori Turirisfe Bath to pit- yon on your foot od restore your pop. Tie Bsx Beta are property and folly equipped and oar attend- land awtorbs. She leaves a wide circle of friends. ' Sttrvivlna- her are two seas, Robert B. Joyce, of the Times advertising staff, aad MaarSee X. Joyoe, and one daaa-hter. Mrs. Charles R. Craig-, of Cottage City. The funeral will he held Wedaes day at !: a- ' au, at St. Mary's Choroa. Mt. Ralaier. Interment will be V ML; Olivet Cemetery. H ants eolnpevont. Every con- I venienee aad comfort is I I Brovkwd"to aaake toot Bath I a .MjOobos www noavy- aacaa. I I Try a Bash acta aad See I I for yaaysfllC M Irigcssaths,!.! StMsMe V. a, Tiinenuj. tr, I B loth aVM Q r I I ' i JAMES A. WARDEN. Funeral Servians for James A. War den, civil war veteran aad a life-lens resident of this dty, were held this morning at his home xfjt Massachu setts avenue northwest. Following the services at his home, reaulem mass was celebrated la St. jaoysius' Church at 9 o'clock. Interment was in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mr. War den died at his home Friday aiffht after an Illness ef two days. Mr. Warden was bora iu Washing ton July U, 1141. He served, through the four years of the civil war aad was a member of the local encamp ment of the Q. A. R. He had been employed oa the watch force at the Government Printing Ofaco . for a time. J He ia survived by aa adapted daughter, Mtes Laura Wsjoea. aad by a niece. Miss Alice Wardea. HEMRY G. BWDGETT. Funeral services for Henry- G. Bridgett, who was kilted by la mate of St. Elisabeth's Hospital last Wednesday, were held yesterday at the chapel of Bdward Joy. Ineerment was in the Trinity Chapel Cemetery. Newport. Md. X fuad has bee raised by friends to erect a monument at the hospital. rawtt ne. seen em ployed at the hospital for; a number or. years. BIRTHS Known Makes. No Mistake Bay year photographic sapplies from us and yoa will know that yon are get tint; the best waateror you parchase, whether a camera or film, it is the host of its kind. We waat YOU to e aafisfted and for that reason -we handle only tine VMOgnised standard brands. Ton cant go wrong on parthaaes at the I THE NATIONAL REMEMBRANCE SHOP (Mr. Foster's Shop) Open evening til 9 o'clock UafeuaiPs.AYe. k m HOW DOCTORS TREAT GOLDS ANDTHEFLU Hrst Step k Treataaont U a Briok - Parratire WHh Caletaoe, the Pariftod and Reined CsJestel Taakts That Are Kant leas, Sale aad Sara. Tl w. ui Xmbk O.- rraak A. aad Ootavhv . Altoa P. aad Marie V. Wicn Harrr A. aad Ova X. MsOaiL K. aad nva X. MeOalL and Beea M. T"sms, PADOHTaKB. aad Mayaelle C. Shec . aad Xarr a. Oritaa. BTu-rv X &b4 Viraril s-OMph U aad Mary a. Jehu and Faaa B. bsmpwy aad GelMe $ MARRIAGES Caaries O. Caareh. 4. aad ntia a. Piper. 4C seta ec JTetreit. auea. Tae jmt. jl lTltniM.il. 0erse SUaler Saaadahli . ef Breefetja, X. T.. aad Ntaa MahraertU For sea. 18, ef thi lty. TIm Kev. H. T. JUedolea. Walter H. CottreU. St, aad Ciriee A. Meriaa, M. seta eC tats etty. The Xev. C. K. Falta. Xetiaaid a Stakes, M, pf Kertelk, Ta aad Blkrieca TrpM saiiK. w ec PterseafTTT- Tie-eT. H. D. JCtteh- ett Tadre AMaaader tMjnhsm. St. ef Mar- Ms, Tei aad Btael nana aaet, JX. eC J. il. Ontario, Canada.. Bev. Saa- Jeaa W. Sarder. 1. aad XUHaa B. Chaii cr. CI. ah ef thta etty. The Bev. J. T. Haddte. Uerd KiImt, 24. ef LkareL Ma and Irene Maaaia. U. ef Beta, Md. TneXer. T. a. dvl J Xetth Marshall Jeaea 41. ef Markaaai. Ta.. aad Saltie TJreaaart Oeede. M. ef this rity. The Rev. H. S. Smtta. Geerge K. Kaaketmaaa. 94. ef XeKM pert. Fa, and Mtaaie Lee Stamtey, M, ef Rlchmead, Va, The Xv. T. X. Davie. Richard G. Owna, SC, f Xleaaeara-. Pa., aad Xlla Uoutae Hoirnea, it. ef Beatlac tea. Va. The Xev. H. A. Tapper. Charley X. Stinnett. . aad May M. XHtrte. 2v. both of Amherst. Va. The Xev, S. . B. Kok. Richard H. Baaaell, 17. ef Uaeela. Xeh., aae May jneanor isaaieaiaa. Zl, ec IBM city. .The Rer. P. T. Hall. Ouy M. Davis, 21, and Blta. Deaehee, 1, both ef this city. The Xev. J. ACewaa. Jease D. Kiac. 27. ef Camp Meade, aad Gertrude Burtea. 22. of CteeUesti, OMe. The Rev. M. T. Downs. Deetfcre have found by exparieaee that ao mediciae for colds aad 1U eaaa eaa be doponsod aeon for full effectrvoaoas until the liver is made taerenghty active. That is why the Srot step in the treatment is the new, .naiisenjass calomel tablet called Calo taba, and which- are free from the sickening and weakening effects of the old style calomel. Doctors also point out the fact that aa active liver aty ao a lanr v trmrA -.u lafluenaa and is one of the most im portant factors in enabling the pa tient to successfully withstand an at tack aad ward off pneumonia. t,m' JT101 i wwuf water that's !it". ?aiu', no uaueea nor the slightest interference with your eat iag. pleaaure or work. Next morning yotir cold has vanished, your liver Is acUve, your system is purified, and you are feeling line, with a hearty Appetite for breakfast Druggists sell Celetabs only in original sealodpaek. JH?? tWrty-five cents. ?eur avw win dc cneeriuiiy reroaded if u do not And them delightful. DEATHS Carina P. Downey. W yre.. 2T M at. aw. James Anthesy wareen, 7 yra.. M4 Mass. are. mr. Janes S. Jordan. II yrs., 17 2d at. e. Carrie May Wanes, M yn., Xmerraaey HseaHal. Daniel B. C. Wagg-ames, 42 yra. 21 1 Woodland drive. Kate Acfcerly Cammios. SS yrs., 21J 11th t. aw. John Twine, 1R yra. Bmerfeney Heepital. Mary Jane Wilson. SS yra.. STth rt. as.. Grant rd. I Ernest Kins, 19 yrs.. 1227 (Kit. nw. 15,000 MARCH IN ANTI-JEW PARADE TTSKKA, Oct. . Upwards of 1. persons participated in aa anti Jewish demonstration yesterday in City Hall Square. The demonstration was followed by a gigantic nreees ion. This was only one of several demonstrations which it had been planned to hold today. Dr. Friedrlch Adler, the socialist leader and editor of Der Kampf. called off a proposed counter demonstration of the oppos iwg elements. DEATHS. you UIOERTAKERS J. WILLIAM LEE, UNihftfASBK AMD UYBKT. m Mapt, WijarXMOT WAJnQMOTOOr, B.C. OtafKXTS After a Jong fBaeas. oa na day. October S, at his residence. 1228 Morse at N. X. STBPKBK A. beloved haoband ef Settle X. ClemeeU (ase Me Caaley). aged sixty-three years. Peeerat services at Holy Name Chares Wednesday. October . at o'clock. In terment In Moaat Olivet Cemetery. T gCMMXHfi Oa Vriday. OeC X, llt, at S:M a. m., at tae reotaeaoe oi ats asach. ter la Cans Charles, Va., KATHAX X. SUMMKRS, aged eigkty.llve. Paaoral from the residence of Mrs. Robert Bosber, Shsridaa ave., UyatU. ville, MdU. October . at t p. m. FLORAL DESfGNS FLO SeraX COOK' XWCX. list Pans, eve. OeX: lis, on. mylt-iaot FUNERAL DESIGNS Of every iaeriaea Med arete prieee. F Itlt TC .1M4.F I The Greatest Sale in Our History Started This Morning With Crowds That Packed umd Jammed Every Aisle to the Extreme Limit. NEVER Was There Such d Response to a Sateg$mtin Washington. The Dresses at $19.90 Filled the Second Moorto Overflowing A& Bo. Ail Sale Lots Will Be Offered Again Tomorrow Or As Long As Theg Last '-Come . f 5 9 tk Anniversary Sale O Domestics 4. 59th Anniversary Sale- r V- . Rugs Up to 8;5:00wmon Rugs, M.7S. . 9xi Sanford's Wilton Velycts Run, $46.75. " J 30 6x9 Axminsicr and Witton - Velret Rurs, $24.75. 9x12 and 8.3x10.6 Axminster, WUto - Velvet and Brussels Rugs, $2f.75. $100 Royal Turkish Rugs, $7f;75? FonrA Floor. a-V "'--"' ' -' .'' "::- -'-V , zM 200tSersdry Sale'; Curtains, Etc. Up to. $5.00 Lack Curtains, $2.65. Up to $7.50 Lace Curtains,$4.65. $1,.85 Marquisette Curtains, $1.30 $17.50 Imported Lacet Arabian Lace Curtains, $14455. $17.50 Double Faced Chenile Portieres, $11.95. 69c Scotch Madras or Curtain Swiss, 39c yard. Floral and Fancy Bordered Curtain Voile, 18c Up to 98c Curtain Nets, 3fc. Up to 79c Cretonnes, 44c. $5.00 Upholstery .Damask, -$3;98. Up to 49c Cretonnes, 24o Foarth Floor. 59 ih Anniversary Sale Art Goods Stamped Articles at 25c io $2.50. Bag Rings, 25c and 49c pair. Up to $3.50 Bag Tops, 9c. Priscilla 25c Instruction BctoKs, 10c. Embroidered models at half price.' Importers' Cluny Pieces at about One Half Price. ,. $1.50 to $5-00 Lace Trimmed Shams, 98c to $2.50. . ' Fourth Floor. 59th Anniversary Sale Waists Up to $8.98 Blouses in sizes 36 to 46 at $4-59. i Second Floor. Women's $11.00 to $16.00 Boots $7.85 Socoad Floor. sy s 5 oc Nainsook and Loagclofli, 2fc Apron Ajingham, 19c. : - 4pc Canton Flannel, "2tc 36-inch fruit of-the Loom-Bleached Cotton, 2c. ; -?: " 35c Cotton, 2S&. . A:: - 36-inch Shirtinr percale, 25c.. f" - First Floor.. . .. ,$!. 59 tk A-nhiversarh Saif Woolen Goodr Navy, all-wool, 40-inch French S6q&; 959tkAnmmrsf Sale piZo'l navO $5.'50 54-inch Tricotine, $4.6t. . 56-inch', $4. 5 0, all-wool Kersey, $3.M. . 54-inch,, all-woof, i.OO.Cclxif, $2.44. Salt's 50-inch, $&5b bIackF1uu'$C4hf. 54-inch, $5.50, .all-wool. Pkvidsr $4.6t. TMr- Floor. a ta&.00' CMffon Dress Satta, $196. -;. 3.25 najy blue and bUck SaHa dV Cfee, 40 indies wide, $916. $7.00 and $7.50 pain aaff noiqr ins- lette, M mches wide, $$ J6, $2.69 Creee de C x - --. 1. .J 92.35 ana J.5U iaocy otrsnes mma it Chioje, $16, Plaids. !. $4.50 nary tad Wad: Chaxnpsi,; 4i inches wide, $39. ' . '. 5 9 fit Antuvtrsery $le -72-indi alt Baen Irish damask, 72-inds Irisb douWe antttttik, .75 72-inch lM. yarn nwrceriied tti pattern clotimv SlMal eff ijeT nnwnanmnaBnany smaaneanxsaananfa 9. 0c Hcm Um Huck TPV JaUial w "fATSnr?' i .""J- Y rt Sale freak "Values Most Extraordinary dt;d Sale Witkout Precedent -'-- r', - k:, " ' - t A U Aiwnm.ihi MtnrwHnrarnAnf erw Ml arA arn-aa 7 l .Hw llfllW V BbtlUwWsfVVesaVttb atawu w P nwa. mw i mi a . ' J, ', . - ' j nirsT ca4tnn Tfi vnA at :ior- nrvJa w onenaai wilL rcnWthi with US FuHy 3,000 women, it seemed, swarmed tliroufk "oiir doors. If yoir wcrtn?cre $1 Q.90 alnaBtr Talis il aaaf UM'-W ' today,, ask somebody that was! Theyni verify if. We caaaot say if there wilt, be -4 f !' f? At..-. -itt t- . Asa eaaVse. -Laaaa any dresses lett tor saie tomorrow, our ir w, xncy unu uc re-au$wt h isvm ivi your selection. '. Y TTnfinmsitr evon txosark vow wor mot hen toeky, co-o tomorroiy, avrahan' tne Intt drew roraain fro tk tatirt 2, 509, iC vr-i W a bai-gaon at $1 90 5?J Anniversary Sale Wash Goods v50c wnapxnese Bainsook, 40 inches 32-iodi 5oc Beikky, No. 60, aaiasooa:, inH ttML ttJlH. 326fh 32-tedi 59c and 75c MaHiiais Mm' rnawnifSs ono. 7ark VI MsUltr snnmW 7C BamS4nfeJarm,iAcr W le and lfr- Bedwear V - 5?4 Anniversary Sale '. - Trimmings Satin with colored embroidery trim mings, 2 to 6-inch,. $3.00 value 95c. 6 to 9-inch, $4.00 value, $255. 14 to 18-inch, $5.00 and $5.75 value $3.00. --First -Floor. r- - V : . 5?i :Aptmersa&h imi jast er li lJTinXU: Kr 1 fi.95 BTinkefc, $m4kv 5.0O Ittuikcte, ttfcM. SW.5G Bketv $3ni-X : $5;w sukalme and $3.86; . . $!6JE5r layer OF" fJW " ExaBar 9 V 'TSt0" Piatt, f x-;aaj ,t Fl-i Floor. -'Vj r - - - -jf. :?." J13J6. sitprochet -! 59fJ Anniversary Sale Veiling and Neckwear - 5c to $1.50 Veiling. 39c. $10 Black Kerami Plush Scarfs, $6.75. L 1.00 and $1.25 Neckwear, 59c. First FJoor. 59th Anniversary Sale Handkerchiefs Women's 7c Lawn Handkerchiefs, 6 for 30c. Men's 10c Cambric Handkerchiefs, 3 for 25c. 25c Crepe de Chine Handkerchiefs, 3 for 50c or 18c each. - Men's. 25c Handkerchiefs, 6 for $1. Men's 35c All Linen Handkerchiefs, 6 for $1.75. First Floor- 59th Anniversary Sale Women's Knit Underwear Ribbed Combinations, in regular and extra sizes, ,at $1.00." Gauze Combinations, in regular and extra sizes, at 79c. High or Dutch Neck Combinations, in regular and extra sizes, at $1.25. Vests, Tights and Pants, in mostly all sizes, at 50c. Pink Cotton Bloomers, at 39c. Swiss Ribbed Vests, at 18c, or 3 for 50c . First Floor. - 35c 27-meh oiftter Flannels. 28c. 36-inch 40c white shaker Flannels, 29c H" White. eaibiroiderfidL sWrtit.FjMwel, . ? ... gDjfo '' 5oc 27-inch Daisy Cloth or FlarwcV ,; OOCo 28-mch-38c Tjrmted Flannels. 25c. ,- 30c 27-inch white domet Flannels, 19c First Floor. '..-" Sheets $1 Heavy finen. and domestic intsk Snxtets, &32x9Q aepardrShcds, -$$&& 723C99 Strwaa'r Shaant qsXa. "81x99 'Slrfswett Stee $1$L 50c, 45XK), Kpff tpes-6i Pillow Cases, aT3Sc . First Fkor. r JV -- 5M Ammrye ixrsets Up to $3.O0 CeKseisfc Ud to fo".00 Corsefc. $2.00 Corsets, $1.46. 75c Bandeaux, 50c 2iJ fa'" fe. ' -V. Wmien - 59th Anniversary Safe -? ... Children's Wear $1.95 Middy Blouses, in sizes 8 tot12 years, at $1.50. Up to $3.50 Middy Blouses -. and Smocks,' at $1.87. -.v Taffeta Dresses, in. sizes 6 to l4ears, : at $10.00. $3.00 Gingham Dresses, in sizes- 7to 14 years, at $1.95: , r -- -o Children's Coats,' in sizes 10 tol'6?' years, at $14.95. Third Floor. . v s 59th Anniversary Sale Glovesx Women's Chamoisette Gloves, 'seconde,. ' which if firsts would sell at $1.00 and $1.25, special 69c Leatherette Gloves, 99c 1 -clasp White P. K. Glace Gloves, $1.65. P. X. M. Cape Gloves, $185. First Floor 59th Anniversary Sale Trimmings $2.25 40-inch georgette crepe, $1.89. . $1.75 pure silk Tosca Store Hours: Open 9:15 A. M.; Cto 6P. M. jiei, fi.i?. . $1.25 Oriental laces, 85c 10c filet val laces, 5c 59c val points, 39c. $1.25 filet val, 59c. First Floor. $7J& $5.95 to Trimmed Hats $g-75 : 5aonssl Hs)ttC fc-m jmsjuttcreimaTER&awcE II yrift 'Jf' rrsnmJimr 'if "f1- - '" Sf'Zr i n tr j- '' rV'lsnnH nmnj-' ?rimllsntffr sSSl I 1