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SOLO TO AID POOR r The will of Mn. Lottie M. Jones Sated March 23, 1918. provides that tb* Temple Baptist Church in this; ?Kr receivs some of her jewelry and that the same be sold and the pro oaeds be given to the poor. Any ?oney^ remaining from her insurance policies after hills are paid to go to tfte T?np!e Baptist Church. Fred , Shall ts named executor. Aa undated will written on the ' hack of a physician's prescription Wank was filed, yesterday for Pauline j ^ch. She beqdeaths her residence, ' > Twenty-second street northwest, har hufband, William Poen. Mrs. el* dted Juno 17 last. Htfea Qibb by har will dated-July 11, I9T4, divides Tier household fur nishings between her two sons. Rob eft A. and Charles C. Gibb, and di rects that the proceeds from two in surance policies go to the latter. A hgrlal lot In Olenwood Cemetery la ?rrsn to Robert A., Charles C. and lipomas E. Gibb. "All other moneys," says the testatrix ">a to be divided batween three sons." She says that sfc* bequeaths William B. Gibb. an other son. <1. "which ia all that I Attend he shall have of my estate." Robert A. Gibb 4s' named executor. NEW TYPEWRITTEN MAGAZINE APPEARS ^agent's Weekly Employs Method for Equalizing Length of All Lines. f -?? VEW TORK, Oct. 28.?For the sec ?4 time la the htatory of the modern publishing Industry, a ntgulne has been issued without the aid of com ftoaitors. The "JJrst experiment was Made a week ago by the Literary EM cent, one of the scores of periodi ? otls forced to stispend by the printers' ?trike. In Nugent's Weekly, a na tional maculae devoted to the man Eacture of women's garments, it was inounced yesterday that the pubH ktlon wdald be maintained by the ne process every week until the Ike afes ended Nuga^ft's claimed to have ?ade sev ' " sees over its contemporary la The a*me process of ewrtttng and then photographing pages was used, but by the use a special typewriter the lines were ustiied. ' or equalised in length. A :iat process also was used In the :tro-?ngravlng, said to be a method fOeentty patented. WOMAN JUDGE ON IN NEW YORK tors. J tan H. Norris Appoint ed for 30 Days During Magistrate's Illness. f NEW TORK. Oct. 1??New Tork's frst woman Judge will take the bench la the JefTeraon Market Woman's Court today. S<e is Mrsi Jean H. Norris, who was appointed a city magistrate by Mayor H> lan today The appointment is for thirty days to fill a vacancy caused by ll<- illness of Magistrate Breen. Declaring that she never discussed 4- law cas? until she had studied it! thoroughly, Mrs. Norria today applied i>? same principle when asked what ' her policy in the Woman's court would 1* Mrs. Narrts'ls a widow and has ytarticed law for twelve years. She be*a prominent In local politics. bains the Democratic woman's leader of the Tann* district. % I. LEAtfE ELECTED HEAD OF UNION OF PRESSMEN D I. Leane was elected president of t mating Pressmen's Union No. 1 at a ?testing held >o Typographical 1 Tem pi' last night. Others sledted were Charles E. i Th"rne. 4lee preatderft;'Joseph A. Nor *ts. ??? ?rding secretary; Emil Peter a?n. r-nav?eial secretary; B. E. Bair, ; Newton Matthews, ser geaita: -arms, and John J. Callahan.' Jr. Robert Frank, and N. C. Sprague, memh^? f t Executive board. ? Ftngt t'fanRcmenU for participa tion tonight's labor parade were aW rn*de , 1 REALLY WANT TO BREAK THAT COLD? Too lose no time when you rot Dr. Bell's Pine Tar-Honey N that hard-packed phlegm. that labored breathing. "Chat distressing inftamraa f>d of that hoarseness, that cuuffling, that irritating throat-tickle. Freedom from these hapteaaant things is what Dr. Bell's floe-Tar-Hooey he Ins promote. Aad it is safe for anybody from liddsea to grandma. Its ingredients are noted for their healing, antiseptic properties. Thousands of users would arv?r consider a substitute. Econom ies:. A bottle in yoar medicine cabinet li playing safe. 30c., 60c., $1.20. Jit-Bells I ^^WneTarHonev /or Couyhs on J Colds i Is ? Family Medicine lemons accumulated waste La the Liver in beaJthfui arenas. swtaber oi your family. MiW. Po-Do-Lai throuochlr cleanses t*e RODS [A ix tarouocUy cle_... theboweia. oOc. Drv I >CN Tot*' New Winter Coats, Month-End Sale Price $4.98 Mostly sizes 2 to 6; a few 7 to 12 years. Coats of plash, corduroy and heavy cloths, with large collars, button trimmings and novelty pockets; lined throughout Colors in navy, brown, green and burgundy. All $4.98. Palais Bufarnt Store. smb. 1677 THE SHOPPING 3 11th and G Streets^ Wash Dress Goods, Mill Ends and Remnants at Month-End Sale Prices Fine quality Ginghams?these will be picked oat by early Other wash goods for every purpoee, affording the opportunity secure a season's supply at unusual savings. r? ???i Important Basement Month-End Sales Offering Remarkable Economies in Ready-to-Wear Garments, Underwear, Hosiery, Silks, Dress Goods, Bedding, Housewares, Etc. m With the great vdIuttip of husineas done by Palaii Royal there are unavoidable accumulations of remnants, broken size assortments and small lots. Wednesday and Thursday we have designated as Days of Opportunity and offer all odd lots in a great month-end clearance at very low prices. 427 Beautiful Dresses ?At History-Making Savings Practical and Dressy ?of All-Wool Serge, Satin and Velveteen Colors Include Plum, Ndtvy, Taupe, Brown and Black. Sizes to 44. Every miss of 16 to woman of 44 bust will find one and more druses for the fall and winter season. The price?$13.98?in instances, meais two - dresses for the actual value of one. Practical size Dresses in black and navy; some handsomely embroidered and braid trimmed. Every woman's and misses' ward robe should include one of such dresses. v Marvelous at the price?$13.98?the lustrous satin frocks, tacked em broidered finished with bewitching lace collars; sizes to 44, in plan, bronze, navy, taupe, and black. Velveteen Dresses, also braid trmmed in lStest mode. These in brown, navy, and black; sizes 16 years to 44 bust. k Tomorrow?Palais Royal?Baaea*ea< store. $1.88 600 Girls' Tub Dresses, Montk-Ead Sale Priee, Think of twenty-live (15) different ?tyles for rirte of ? to 14 years. Dresses of atnrham and linen crash, cut gener ously full. with plaited and flaro skirts. Some with artistically- em broidared collars. Many splendid values?at 11.88. Baseaaeat Store. $3.69 Women's Georgette Blouses, Xoath-Ea4 Sale Price. The quick s#llln?r lots of $5.00 Georcette Crepe. Crepe de Chine* and Striped Satin models to be offered in one lot at $3.89 for choice. Plain tailor ed. richly embroidered. V and round neck. Some with attractively larsre col lars. Sizes 36 to 46 Jn th$ combined croups?in white, flesh, maize, sunset. French blue and tea rpv Mopth-end price S3.<9. Rawant Store. Women's Voile Blouses, $1 QQ Moatfc-Ba4 Sale Price. TI? This season's most Dopylar sli (?) styles, a collection that does not in clude a blouse that was less than Some tailored, plainly, \some embroidery trimmed: a few with mr*e lace ttltn med collars. Reliable blouses for of fice or home. Sizes 36 to 44 at Baseaaeat Store. " $1.23 Girls' New Gingha Dresses, Meath-nad Sale Price, Girls of i to 12 years will be delighted with these bright color plaid dresses. To mothers?they are fast colors. And I note the novelty pockets, button trim mings and skirts with deep .hems. Col lars and cuffs In artistic contrast to the | olald of each dress. A bargain price? I 11.23. Barsala Baseaaeat. .< Women's Fleeced Union Suits Marked for the Month-End Sale at Look ahead?secure sup plies now and save in dol lars and cents. Come to morrow. r. ? Health preserving and comforting Ribbed Union Suits?two garments in one.' They fit like a glove, and yet so elastic that they are quickly and easily put on or taken off. Thefleece lining is soothing, not irritating; made with high neck, long or elbow sleeves. Sizes 36 and 38, at 95c per suit. Women's New Ribbed Pants, A Q? Moath Ead Sale Price. a / Extra large size Knit Cotton Pants, lace knees, muslin bands: sizes 48 and 80. Very special for this Month End Sale, at 4t*. Baaeaaeat Store. Women's Knit Uaion Suite, <QC Maath Kad Sale Price. J7 Fine Ribbed Knit Cotton Union Suits, low neck, no sleeves, lace knees, lace trimmed; sizes 36 to 44; light weight suits; 5'Jc values* Month Ena Sale Price, 39r. Buranl Store. Women's Swiss Ribbed Vests, A loath Kad Sale Price. 2 far *?/ Just 500 of these full length Ribbed Vests; sizes 36 and 38; in both pink and white, laced trimmed; regular at 39c. Month End Sale Price. 2 far 44c. Baseaaeat Stare. Women's Thread Silk Hose, QCC Meath Bad Sale Price. With long silk boot, knee length, double lisle toes, heels and garter hems: plain or Richelieu effects. In brown, gray and black; irregular weave of high er priced hose. Month End Sale Price ?5r pair. Baseaaeat Store. Juveniles' Sateen Bloomers, W||C Meath Bad Sale Price. J V Black Satin Bloomers, well made, full cut. with elastic knees. Mothers of girls of juvenile years are Interested. Per pair, SOc. Baseaaeat Stare. 69c Women's Muslin Drawers, Meath Bad Sale Price. Of fine materials, good quality trim mings. in all sizes; drawers worth con siderably more than the Month End Sale Price, ?Sc. Bascaarat Stare. 28-inch Standard Percales Regular 25c Quality at Month-End Price New Figures and Stripes, Light and Dark Grounds. 18' yd. For Men's Shirts, Boys' Waists, Womerfs Dresses, Etc. The splendid feature is not only do you save seven (7) cents on every yard surchased. but secure choice of the newest and prettiest patterns. Standard 28 purchased. but secure cboice ot tne newest ana prettiest patterns, siana inch Percales, first quality, priced tomorrow at 18c yard. Ample quantity. Standard Apron Ginghams, 1 ft v Meath Bad Bala Price. * ^ In the moat wanted blue and white cheeks, warranted fast colors. The lot being limited we cannot sell over twen ty yards to a purchaser in order to do justice to alL Baaea?ent Store. 24c 39c Dress Ginghams, Meath Kail Sale Price. 27, 32 and 36 Inches wide Ginghams, In a large assortment of plaids, stripes, checks and plain colors?fast colors. Fine soft finish grade for women's and children's dresses. Bawacat Stare. $1.48 Bed Sheets, Double Size, Meath Bad Sale Price. Double bed size Bleached Bed Sheets; made of extra good quality sheeting. Limit of 5 to a customer. eat Steve. 27c 100 Dosen Pillow Cases, Meath Bad Sale Price. 42x36-lnch Pillow Cases, of extra good quality muslin, made with seam center and 3-lnch hem; ironed, ready for use. Month end Sale Price 27e each. it St? $6.50 100 Pairs of Blankets, Moath Bad Sale Price. tJnusual values at this price?these white Blankets, with pink and blue hor den; rood warm well-nuuJe blanket*, neatly and lastingly bound. Size 66x80 Inches. Pair, |6M. Base?cat Stare. $1.79 18-Inch Table Napkins, Moath Bad Sale Price. Hemmed Napkins, heavy, closely-woven quality, excellent values and very spe cial. at SI.7* dosen. .. NOTE?Only 100 dozen. Not more than one dozen to each purchaser. ?t Stare. Exceptional Opportunity to Buy "Seconds" of Blankets-at a Saving $3.59 $5 Fleece-Nap Blankets, ?oath Bad Sale Price. Splendid values at $5.00?these extra size Blankets. Think of only $3 59 per f?alr. "Seconds"?only because a few nches longer or shorter than standard lengths. Choice of bpuncingly big grsy, tan or white wool-nap Blankets, at tut i pair. ?#* Stfre. Heavy Unbleached Muslin, 1QC ' Meath Bad Sale Priee. 17 38% Inches wide, heavy, closely-woven quality Muslins in lengths of about 3 to 15 yards. Plenty of useful lengths to make excellent sheets, etc. Thousands of yards in all?mill ends and our Base snd Sale ment Store remnants. Price, l?e yard. *' Mob onth z eaieat sttfre. Women's Silk Petticoats Made of American Fibre Silk Some with flounces of Taffeta Silk, plain colors and Dresden effects. Fiber Silk is wear-re sisting, an important fac tor where petticoats are considered. Petticoats made of silkworm silk are apt to split only too seen. Fibre Bilk better resists wear- and t*ar. See these?of black, green and blue, or in the pretty floral pattern? and colorings known as Dresdon effects. Month-end* Bale price $1.98. 10c Children's Muslin Drawers, Moath-Ead Kale Price. Odd sizes and styles of well-made drawers. Regular at 25c. Month-End Sale price 10c. Baseaaeat Store. 49c Underwear?Odd Lota, Meath-Bad Sale Priee, Corset Covers, Children's Bloomers; Women's Short Petticoats. Children's Rompers?odd sizes?"broken lines."* Values to 89c, at 49c. Baseaaeat Stare. 143 Women's Winter Coats Prices Fall When the Temperature Rises Invest in this month- _ Every one of these end sale. Look ahead ^ ^ 7 ^ 143 Coats should be soift to the near future. * tomorrow. Be earty. This we know?and many will loan lster ?*??? ka q duplicated this season at anything like $24.75. Kttrj raise sorely interested in such winter coata. Beaatiful all-waot Vftow, HUk Seal Plash and Coats ml winter cloths, fall and half lined. - Made with fashionable Jawpaxoilara, that ran be bnttoMd high at aatf. Note the chic pockets and button trimmings. Belted models in black, prfotd. , nary, taupe, burgundy, and brown. All at $14.76. ? Womens' $2.00 H? $1.29 ?aatt -Bad Sale Price. Many lots presented in this clear ?way?and as many rarely good bar gains In chambray gingham and per cale dresses in light and dark colors. *ot too many?make an early selection ind find all sixes fnom 36 to 44 at 11.29 for. choice. $189 Anticipate soon-catalog cool weather ?entf aave the different, between tl.M aad fl.SI. Think of $1JI for pretty floral and figured effects la flannel - like ktmoaoe, satin ribbon trimmed. With looas aad elastic waist 111 Sixes $4 to 44. Misses' and Juniors' Coats Special Sizes?From 13 to 20 Years Special sizes?13, 15, 17 and 19 years. Per fect fitting. Special eizet?H, |?, 18 and 20 years. Per fect fitting. Mothers will pay twice $14.98 and more for their coats?and will folly appreciate the values offered for their girls. ? Note quality of the heavy coating used?and the tailoring; loose backs or Empire styieo?with belted front. Large collars, deep cuffs, novelty pockets. Ail sizes, in black, navy, brown and green. Also a few plash trimmed coats. AD at $14J& Juveniles' 2Sc Stockings, Meath Bad Price. I Sturdy ribbed School Stockln ity i of-leg room; white a J 8*. Month End Sale Price sises Standard The materia1*, the designs, and the color combinations will prove a delight; cut generously full; made with pockat and finished with heavy cord girdle; sizes 36 to 44. inclusive, at ChansoLsctte Glares; wi ? to 82 ^gtyla, wWbtlso feat tons aad embroidered H5?e*e. White, black, gray, bnowa aSJ rhamotm. broken assortment ?f sisa* B>; some are "seconds." Month Bad Prion, SOe. Saaaaast Stare. bur $5.98 navy bloe 811k T7m ited on stroag paragon frames; ebonlsed handles, wita silk cord wrist loopa. Regular I7.SS vetoes, la to morroWa Jlonth Bad Bale at Tots' Pretty Tub Dresses Qft/? nffAn+ti-KsMi s.i* Pru, vvV Month-End Sale Price Mothers will find It economy to buy more than c with belted and gathered?waist lines; collars andTeuffs of Think of only 98c for such gingham and chambray ? e a $1.98 Women's C B. Corsets, Meath Bad Sale Price, g3 aad $U* Valaea. An Incomplete assortmsnt for the slender and average figure. Of pink and white batiste and coutll. low and medtum bust with extremely long back. Sale price. $1.98 each. $u? Lace aad Emhrotdsry-* sleres In hook front style. Choice of an excellent rarlety of lovaly patterns. In sises 34 to 48. Month Bnd Rale price, Wc. Royal Saiiaiat ~ On Sale Second Floor?We Have Selected From Our Regular Stock a Number of !?, Smart Tailored, Demi- Tailored and Dress Hats at $12.75 These Sell Regularly at $15.00, $18.00 and $20.00 ? All are new models, and every one is characterized by some style feature of marked individuality. TO* ? opportunity to buy a stunning h*t?the one you have had in mind?at a considerable reduction Come early, as it is quite logical that the most beautiful styles will be sold first Fashioned of tine materials, in black, brown, navy, taupe and other desirable colors. Month-End Sale Price, $12.75 Each ' Charming, New Trimmed Hats $5.50 $7.50 to $10.00 Value?Month-End Sale Price, $5.75 Panne and Lyons Velvet Trimmed Hats, in a variety of clever styles for misses and womerfT Month-End Sale Price, S5.5o. ' Palais Itojnl?Sr?-?ad Floor. Month-End Sale of Silks?Second Floor 4,000 Yards Pure Silk Chiffon Taffeta and Fancy Silks To Be Closed Out ' at $1.19 yd. Actual Values $1.69 to $2.29 Yd. On Sals Third Floor. / # Women's and Misses' Coats ? Specially Priced $39.50 Nearly all are coats from higher priced froops thit have sold down to only a, few of a kind. Repriced especially for our Month-End Sale to $39.50. _ _ Included Are a Nmber of Piinlnsi Coats Women's Odd Lot of ~ STATIONERY Worth to 50c Box." ft-| Month End Sale Price. . . Z1C As the result of a busy month's sell ing many odd lots of stationery are on our hands. These we have marked to effect complete disposal. About 250 boxes in the collection. Each box con tains 24 sheets and 24 envelopes. Month End Sale price, 21c box. Writing Paper, 85c Box, Month End Sale Price. 75 boxes of fine quality club size bond paper. Box contains 72 sheets and 50 envelopes. $1.25 value. Month End Sale price, 85e box. ralaLx Ko>al?>1 nln Floor. Remnants of Fancy Ribbons, yd. 50c A Money.Saving Special for the Month-End Sale A beautiful collection of Dresden, moire and taffeta Ribbons in 6 and I 7-inch widths. All colors to select from; many long lengths in the lot Month-End Sale Price, 50c yard Ribbon Remnants. Yard, 5c and 15c Interesting Specials for the Month-Ead Sale At 5c yard are included remnants of Satin Ribbon in % and 1-inch widths. At 15c yard are remnants of satin, talfeta and Dresden ribbons in 5-inch widths. Month-End Sale Price, 5c aad 15c yard. * Palais Itojal?Mala Klaor. The unexpected sometimes happens, and who would not be sur prised to see such a low price on all-silk fabrics. Surely there will be no need of going into details?the price alone should be all-sufficient. Avail yourself of this opportunity to buy silks at a price that is very little higher than cotton linings. The chiffon taffetas are offered in the following shades: French Gray, Bisque, Maize, Castor, Reseda, Pastel, Seafoam. The Fancy Silks Comprise: Plaids, Silks of Taffeta and Louisine, in light and medium shades?Black and White Stripe Silks, Black and White Checks, and several other pieces where there are one or two a kind. A miscellaneous assortment made up into one lot for a Month-End clean up, and all priced at $1.19 yard. Palais Hoyal?Second Floor. t From Our Dress Goods Section Are Two Extremely Low Priced Items About 600 yards All Wool Plaids and Storm Serge. Marked Under Price for the Month-End Sale. Actual Value, $2.00 Yard?Note the Saving 44 and 48 inches wide. The plaids are shown in the most prac tical color combinations of blue and green, tan and brown, blue and red, blue and black, with overplaid of gold and red. The Storm Serges are shown in brown, black, forest green, Bur gundy, maiine, taupe, plum and navy. $2.00 value, specially priccd for the Month-End Sale at $1.69 yard. Palais IIotiI?Sfr?n4 Klaor. Women's and Misses' Georgette Di^sses at $29.50 A number of attractive models combined with satin or hand-beaded. All are high-grade garments that have sold in our regular stock at S35 and $39. Colors are black, navy, brown and taupe. Month-End Sale Price, $29.50. Palata Raral?Tktt* FTaac. Smart New Skirts of Vclour Plaids at $15 A number of models in small velour checks and overplaids, in brown, blue, tan, green ana purple colorings; plain, straight-line sport skirts, with novelty pockets and deep girdles. Repriced from better grades in our regular stock, for the Mofith-End Sale only at $15.00. 5 ? Palais B?ral?Tfctr? Plaar. $215 and $225 Natural Muskrat Coats, $150 Sports styles, 30-inches long, with long shawl collar and cuffs of natural raccoon fur. Two skins, with reverse stripe borders. Month End Saje Price, $150. * Women's Ready to- Wear Veils, $1.79 $2.26 to 42.50 Veils?Month-End Sale Price Ready-made Veils in taupe, brown and black, effectively embroidered in very attractive scroll designs. New fall designs. Month-End Sale Price, $1.79 each. Handsome New Veiling, Regular Price is 75c?Month-End Sale v Price Yard 39c An exceptionally interesting lot of new Veilings in a number of pretty designs. Colors are navy, black, taupe, brown and purple. Month-End Sale Price, 39c yard. Palais Royal?Mala Flaar. Black Silk Laces Reduced i Regular $1.00 ta $4.50 Yard?Month End Sale Price A small lot of beautiful black Silk Bands, also an odd lot of edge*. Regu lar $1.00 to $4.50 yard. Month-End Sale Price, % off regular. Beautiful Lace*, Reduced 1-3 Regularly $2.25 to $7.>5 Yard?Month End Sale Priee Fine silk and Cotton Laces in odd lengths. Suitable for gowns aad waists. Regularly $2.25 to $7.96 yard, Month-End Sale Price, 1-8 off regular price. Palais HsyaV?Wala Wa*?.