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Furniture and Household Goods Will be continued for a limited time.. bales days Mondays, We<lneed*y? and Fridays, 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. This is your opportunity to buy at Government costs. By UNITED STATES HOUSING CORPORATION, At Wau-ehoose, North Cap?tol and D Streets Eu aiuti ?* etti Estasi? FIEE CLEAN, SOUND TEETH Come in and let our skilled operators place your mcuth in perfect condition so ae to be-NATURAL and COMFORTABLE. Now, at its moderate price. Dr. Smith dentist*-1/ mearn inore TaJae than over. As an illustration cf the vaine you receive here ?ask to see a set o? genuine artificial teeth?compare the price with others and then vou will realize the moderate prices of SMITH DENTISTRY. Ml Wirk toarte.??? Set of Teeth.$5.00 op Gold HUmfs.75c up Silver Filling?.50c op Gold Crowns, per tooth, DR. SMITH, DENTISTS,' Inc. S. W. Corner 7th and E Streets N. W. (Over Kreages) Entrance 434 7th Si. N. W. $ 5 '// cooo LOWEST PRICES and BEST WORK Shoes Rebuilt on Factory Machinery ?? ? G.? C?mh!?ati?n. That'? what you net when you bring* your shoea to us for repair lnc We more than cut your shoe bill m two. All work sr u a r ante*?4. Read t b e a a prices: Men's and Women's Sewed Soles. Pot On In 15 Min?tes, While You Wait. . . $1.35 .????????*? ??Ir?? K-?fra Quali? r Leutner ??-??. ?2==?3? Bf 50c Attacke?? T? Y?ur ?une?. O'Sollivan Heels 65c >eoltn Solen. Wa terproof S*?*?tif?*te? ?e?tber.$1.50 STAR RAPID SHOE REPAIR CO. BRAUCH MAIV STORK 404 9th St. ? W ' 736 14th St ? W Ite Strand Main a** BRANCH 1219 Pa. Ave. Muta rira SPECIAL ?SALE OF Diamond Rings GUARANTEED Returnable at full pri* as per our written agreement A small deposit will ee?rure one for a Christmaa (rift. Quality Jewelry Co, ?? 438 9th St. N. W. i Sim THEE CASES INFLUENZA ANO NOT A ISLE DEATH ? nj ? ? ? ? ? ? - ' ? ? ? W. J Ellis, Yale, Va, Bank Director, Big Farmer, and Promi nent Merchant Had Them ?Ml Taking HUDSON'S IRON AND NUX TONIC Read Hi? Letter. W. J EI.US . Dealer In Oeneral Merchandise, Mules. Horses, Wagons. Buggies, and Harnesa. Peaauts a Specialty TAJ-E. VA. September 13.1919 He ? jo ? Vied leine Co., Petersburg, Va. Gentlemen;? I wast to than?: you for your I Hudson's Iron and Nux Tonic and ! want you to know th? wonderful good it did in my community last winter during the epidemic. I had at one t?me live famille? on my farm that hasl from four to seven In each family scrieken with Spanish Influ eais, In ail 33 cases. I put just one bottle of your iron and Nux Tonic In each family, ar.d given as per directions, we did not lose a single nattent and did not ever have th? doctor to see but on?. Now in my immediate section there wer? 63 case? of Influenza ?' on* time, and in every horn? that your Iron and Nux Tonic went lato not one patient was lost. In two houses that did not use your remedy ?ne patient was lost In each. 1 must say, and with pleasure, that your Iron ar.d Nux Tonic did th? work perfectly, and I hope, if the ?*n*lu ' returns, people wil? get a bot ti'; and take It according to direc tion?. In which ?vent I do not be Ueve that oa? per cent will die. Wim best nishe* for your success In setting- your Iron and N'ux Tonic In every home tor th? real benefit of humanity, I am. Sincerely yours, (Signed) W. J. ELLIS. Entirely different from anything you have ever triad. Nothing like IL Hudson's Iron and Nux Tonic la the only liquid winter tonic. Two pow erful forcea In one. Acta directly on the liver CELL.*? cleaning out your, bowel?, and at the same time glvaa you good, rich Iron, Nux Vomica ? and Gentian, purifying your blood, building you up and give? you a re sistance force against serious dis eases, which eminent physicians and Government surgeons predict sure to come thi.? fall and winter. I ortlfy your system against the ravages of this dangeroua and often deadly malady?influensa. Start taking Hudson's Iron and Nux Tonic now. Hudson's Iron and Nux Tonic Is a famous old Virginia doctor's pre scription, put up by a Virginia drug gist. We want you to try this won derful prescription on a positiv?* ?ruarantee to benefit or money re funded. The price ,1s ?100 only, plut 4 cent? war tax. Go down to the nearest PEOPLE'S t>RUG STORE and get you a bottle today. You will never regret It. On sal? at alt sev>r People's big drug store?. People at a distances win be supplied by parcel post, prepaid, on receipt of ?1.04. Address Hudson Laboratories, Petersburg, Vs. TOH? ALPENA. Mich.. Oct. 30.?Miss Ruth Weir, of Black River, Alcona county. Mich., Is the champion godmother of the Balkans. By count 11" young Ru mania mothers have summoned her to the christening of their infants, friend? here and In Black River have learned. Mis? Weir is a member of the American Red Croe? commission to Rumania and I? the most popular young woman in the Ilfov district, which numbers forty-two villages. To the 112.000 inhabitants of this de partment she is "Domnlssarei Capi taine Am?ricaine," the lady American captain. Scores of Rumanian mothers have named their children after he\r, and ??t little mud house on the side of a mountain le a. favorite place for 'lie peasant* to bring their children to be baptised. Whenever a' child was christened Miss Weir has received quaint gifts from the mothers. These gifts range from sucking pigs fo cab bage roots, and Include beautiful em broideries, some hundreds of years old. Some of the little children have re ceived queer name?. One will bear through life the title of Peace Wlleon Weir Capleacu. Another was bap tized Amerlcsn Weir Stefanscu, an other Domnlssarei Capitaine Ameri cana Weir Joneecu. while still an other, on Miss Weir's suggestion, was named London Ontario Constantlnescu. E ?? ?. ?. COLLEGE *Nn.W YORK, Oct. SO.?To enable business men and women to acquaint themselves with the requirements of the State and Federal tax laws the School of Business of the College of th,e City of New York announces thit a thorough and practical course will be presented, covering the history of Federal and State income tax legis lation, the administration of federal and State, and the application of those laws to the Incomes of Individ uala, partnerships, corporations and estates. ' The New York State tax law will receive especial attention. Detailed direction will be given concerning the preparation of the return, ana the lecturer will explain the rulings concerning abatement?, revision?, cur rent amendments and special phase's of the federal law. The material for the study will be tbe law itself, reg ulations which have been established and the return forme. DIVORCE FEES ARE .C.L. NEW TORK, Oct. 30.?Commission er Justice Joseph Morschauser, who la holding court at White Plains, has pleased lawyer? by doubling counsel fees In divorce actions and allow ances in other matter? because of the high cost of living. When an allowance was asked for a Yonkers lawyer In a separation case. Justice Morschauser said he was very modest, and then the attorney told him he thought be ahould have a little more, as his fee was only $50. The court then aald he would double the amount. In filing an order allowing counsel fees to Mrs. Imogen?? Tucker, who Is suing Clarence Tucker, Justice Mor schauser aald he would increase tbe allowance to lawyer? 100 per cent. "In years gone by," said Justice Morschauser, "I used to allow lawyers $60 as counsel fees, but now I allow $100. The reason for this is because the increased cost of living has added to the burdens of many attorneya" WOMAN VICTIM IS SUCCESS AS SLEUTH LEW1STON, Pa, Oct. 30.?Mrs. C. R Hoffman played sleuth *o effectu ally that she landed in Jail a woman who beat her out of 30 cents' worth of bread and. $9.70 in change two weeks ago. ' Ever since the woman came Into her bakeshop and pulled the stunt by passing a Mexican $10 bill. Mrs. Hoff man has been watching the street during her leisure hours and today the woman passed the window. Hurriedly calling the sheriff and giving her direction. Mrs. Hoffman herself followed and kept trace of the woman until the arest was made. The authorities refuse to give her name, but say she hails from Miffllntown. BRITISH BOY PLUNGER, 16, IN DEBT TO TUNE $20,000 PHILADELPHIA, Oct SO.?A Lon don boy at the age of sixteen embark despite his extreme youth contracted ed on the stormy sea of commerce and debts to the extent of $20,000, ?ays a copyright dlspstch from London to the Public Ledger. However, his promising financial career was cut short and he now stands indicted at Old DaJUy. charged with conspiring with other people to obtain quantities of woolen goods from manufacturers in all parts of the country with intent to defraud. The prosecutor said the boy's accounts did not show what had become of the money. oV m li? VOU HAD A NECK SORE THROAT "A?Zl IWAtT TONSILINE ?WULi QUttKLY Mm if aadSOc, Roani tai sas?, S* Cook's Linoleums, Worth $1 25 and $1.50 Square Yard, at 69c Mill lengths of heavy-weight Genuine Cork-filled Linoleum, with burlap beck; full 8-quarter width. Mill lengths from 2 to 18 3quare yards, but many pieces alike, for cov ering halls, vestibules and rooms. Golden?*!?*'??Four?? Floor. Store Hours: Open 9:15 A. M., Close 6 P. M. BOTH MKS ? ?* AT ? ST. *THE WtADaVWJL -/ A --1 Reronants or Flannels and Gmghanit, Worth 3?e, 50c asad Sfe YsW, f 29c Uemnaats of Planisela Percal??, Gingt , and other hign-r*-?s?e domestics. Including >? Inch Outing Flannels In stripes and cbooka. Koicst Flannels, Canton riaeaeis. 21-laak Oreas Olnrkae??. It-Inch Peroalea. ?tmoh Sklrt injr Madras, Sl-lnch "Kiddle Cloth, Ilisa* Cran?. ?te etc. useful Unsrihs After-Anniversary Clearance of Remnants Tomorrow we hold one of the season's most important Sales of Remnants, small lots and broken assortments left in the wake of our most suc cessful Birthday Celebrations. The merchandise is all ireasonable and new?practically every department is represented with remarkable values. $8.00 to $10.00 New Winter Hats An Exceptional Offering of Smartest Styles at Unusual Reductions From Regular Prices $4.80 A special sale tomorrow of about 150 Trimmed Hafs, including various one-of a-kind models remaining from a special purchase on sale last week. All the smartest shapes and newest ideas are represented in large and medium hats, small turbans, mushrooms, sailors, etc. They are trimmed with the favored effects of the season? ostrich novelties, velvet flowers, ribbons and ornamente. Fashioned of fine quality Velvet, in black, navy, taupe and brown. $2.98 to $4 98 Untrimmed Hat? at $1.98 Clearance of a lot of fine quality Untrimmed Hats from our regular stock, including a variety of different styles in large dressy hats, sailors, tric?rnea, small close-fitting hats, and other becoming models, appropri ate for all occasions. In black, navy, brown, taupe and combination.-. Extra special, k'riday at SI??? ene?.. t,.la>ab?*r(*a? Hecoad Floor. A Remarkable Friday ?Sale of All Silk Remnants Selling Regularly at $2.50 and $3.00 at $1.98 a yard A Remnant Sale of Silks that excels in savings and as sortments?offering unrestricted choice of our entire accumu lation of stylish silks left from the.great Anniversary Sale. Lengths Are Jost What Yon Wanted For Dresses, Skirts, Blouses, Etc. The assortment embraces: 35-inch Satin Messaline, 36-inch Satin Royale, 35-inch Chiffon Taffeta, 40-inch Box-loom Crepe de Chine, 40-inch Satin Crepe Meteor and other high-class silks now enjoying fashion's favor. Large range of street and evening shades, including navy blue and black. (??UlrBkrnj???First FKoor. $5.00 Felted Nap Blankets, at $2.95 Pair 66x80 Heavy Felted Nap Blank ets, termed ran of the mill, on ac count of an irregularity ?n sise; some a trifle snorter or longer than mill marking. In white, tan, and gray, with bree or ptnk bor ders. $6.00 and $7.00 Blanket*, at $4.45 Heavy weight Australian or Wool nap Brand Blatfketa. in white, tan and gray, with fancy borders; have the warmth and appearance of wool blankets. ?UoMenherg???Fourth Ftaar. Odd Lot of $3.00 Royal Worcester Corsets at $1 79 Odd lot of the popular Royal Worcester Corsets, of fine quality white coutil, heavily boned; long hip model, suitable for the aver age figure. Mostly all sizes, r-?pul?r ?nhni t or**?.?, low and medium bust models, with "long hips; of coutil and batiste, in pink and white: broken lots and sixes. Values worth $1.50 and 4M OO ?2.00 .91*00 GnMenfcerif a? Third Finer. 39c Unbleached Sheeting Cotton, at 29c Yard Mill ?nds of 56 Inch Unbleached Sheeting Cotton, lengths from 5 to 15 yards. Good heavy, close-WA-ven quality. Gnla-enber??-?????*?? Floor. 39c and 50c Drapery Fabrics at 27c Yard Yard-wide Fancy Border Berime and Washable Cretonnes, lieht and dark colorings, lensrths frorn one to eisrht yarda many pieces alike, fabrics suitable for curtains, cush ion and comfort coverings. First Finer?Barasi? Tablea. Clearance of Men*s $3.00 and $3.50 Union, Suits at $1.59 Small Lots and Broke* O? fef-akar Stock of These union ruits are from the lest manufacturers and include such well-known brands as "Augusta " "Oorwith" and others that stand for high quality and service. Oddments in cotton and worsted mixtures, choice of ecru and gray color. Sizes are not complete. Remainders of regular "-.^.?? and $3.50 grades at $1.59 a suit. All sales final; no exchanges or refunds. ightly 79c ?'? nani ?tor?? -Vrarll?-*? Shirts. of fast color percales; ?mall size* only. 13V?, 14 and 14U. Slightly ?oiled from handling. Worth %1M . ?Jen*? lUbhe-d Cotton 1 ?Irrwrw. heavy weighty shirts and dra?<r** to mat<h; mostly all sises QOa Wort* ?1.50. ?/OC Men'? Half Hooe, medium and light weight mac? cotton: black and plain colors; slight imperfec Worth 2&? and 30r ICs? Men?? Soft Mata, ?crater aad r?g uler felts, broken lots froan o*ar fall stork Including- the Smart Set. and ether high sjradf* C9 IA worth I3&0 . wmm? Men's Onus?? ? nausei T*nJ???. plain ani runted ??b silk frogs. good boavj craallty; seo* ?l Qf onds of $3 and ?3.50 values ???99 pair $60.00 and $65.00 Axminster and Wilton Velvet Rugs at $44.75 9x12 ft. and 8 ft. 3x10 ft. 6 Seamless \xminster ajid Wilton Velvet Rugs, in floral; Oriental and medallion design. In a variety of hnndsome colorings. Close, deep-pile fabric. One and two of a kind and pattern. $40.00 Seamiest Brussels $10.00 sud $12.50 Crac Rugs, $28.75 sud Gres? Rugs, $5.00 ("?rex rugs in odd sis?*.. 4rt ft. te BV, *t.x? ft.. 4SI* ft to ta* ft. In pretty ?ten<-ll?-d designs: ?trtcfJy perfect quality Ornas ruga. In large ri?>n*i us??. 1*\G. ft mi all ??I <<rt sligh'b *?*?*?" r ?iain?*d Ot?l> i. lirriiVd uufcr.it> 79c end 98c Napier Carpet, 49c Sensale**? W ool ? mas? ? In close woven deep pile fabric: rich colorings in floral and orienta! de signs, l^arge room sixes ???2 ft and S ft 3x10 ft. C. i*ora* have slight shading In the wosrve, bet otherwise in perfect condition. $1.50 Fe)t Base Rugs, 69c Felt lass Bsgs. in blue, gre? ? and brown tile and parquette floor ing designs. Sire 3x4>, ft. Slightly imperfect. . ?^Mrnue-rsr??-?F?o*-th aervrnlfsW '???see ??.rn?t. -'. sti'i AS inches wine t??*?? (.?orina*, very durable for halis and stair?. Remnants of Dress Goods Regular $2.00 and $2.25 Qualities On Sale Friday a?, Yard, .49 $1 ?a A remarkable lot of fine dress goods remnants remaining from after the heavy selling of last week?represent splendid wearing qualities and fashionable weaves, ia lengths suitable for all needs. '?rt-lnr? Stoma Sergen, 54-tneh all wool Eponge. S-4-lueh all-wool Pnnaann, 54-Inch Cheek sa-lttn*-?, 46-lncfc. Silk and -Wool Ben rn Irne? ?and other desirable fabrics, In ?lack, navy blue and wanted colors. Friday at 91.49 a yard. Goldeuberg???lir?t Floor. Old-Fashioned "Odd Lot" Sale of Women's Suits, Coats & Dresses The tremendous selling of the past week has caused an accumulation of women's ready-to wear garments, broken as to siz? and depleted as to assortment. In ojder to keep our stock complete, we have marked these "odd lots'' at decisive reduc tions to close out tomorrow. Women acquainted with the money-saving advantages of our Friday "Odd Lot" sales cannot afford to miss this one-day opportunity. $34.85 Odd Lot of Fine duality Wool Velour ( ?su, trlmmtid with large collar of seallne fur; full length model, shirred back effect and all around belt; regular price, $45.00 . odd Lot of Wo??', and Misa e?' Salt?, of wool velour, poplin and serge; some fur-trimmed; newest styles: left from recent sales. Values worth to $45.00 . Odd Lot of Wosnrn'? and Mlu ??*?? Contee?, of beautiful quality beaver plush with pockets Odd Lnt of W onsen?? and Mtwe.' ? 04d Lot? of Woo??-??? und sit? Winter C?*to, of silvertone. wool . .,, ? of trlcotlnei wooi Jcr. velour, heathertone coating, polo cloth and cheviot; all popular sey, French and mannish serge, styles. Values worth tf ?? ?? ! and velvetean; left from recent ^--?.'?? sales and purchaaea. J1C ?\?) fects. $37.00 Worth Odd Lot nf M omen*, and Miss en' High (.rade Sait?, of tricotine, men's wear serge, poplin, etc Tailored, trimmed, sport ano plaited models: broken size*. Values worth to ?Q7 *-?? $60.50 . *J>Oi.?JU Odd Le? of Salt?' Seal Plank chic belted" style, ! Ce?*.?*eu, very stylish and popular. nd new collar ef- I smart belted model with novelty S24..50 $27.501S55? .***"!" ^ $26.75 Value? worth to $32.50 Odd sot of Wonnen*? aad Tglaoe.? Far-trlsnsned Salt?' ?Ilk ?enl Plu.k t'aata, 4S Inches long, with deep bordar, largo collar and cuffs, of taupe coney fur. Fui lined Kegufar price, $?9 50 . $39.75 <.pideab. ?g*s Seeoad Floor. Remnant* of Ribbons At Gredt R??-doct>o*u F RcsjaUr Pricee Ail rettmanU of rib boa? acca?> nlated daring oar ?rthday ?OatMV bration have been marknd at lswsr ?d price? for quick dtepon? morrow. Large assort nveat of ? .? ? ..-<. stylSJ v ? i?'?' >?'?'1 ' "?ore to select frona?at saving-* ?are to interest the tsrrtfty Reftslar Prices, 4c to 40c Yd. Sale Prices. 2c, 5c, 12c & 29c yd. Daalrabie len-rtha for **<?**? pur ????, ?? Batios, ?luiras. Taflet a? and Fancy Ribbon?; widths fross aas quarter inch to six leches. Small Lots Boys* Clothing Very Low Prictjd for Clearance Broken assortments and oddments remaining from our busy Birthday Sale are offered 'tomorrow at savings sure to interest provident parents. In most instances quantities are limited and will net last all day. Some of these bargains will be found on First Floor?others are displayed in our Third Floor Boys' Clothing Department. Boy?* Rah Rah Wuternroof lint?. made of various kinds of raincoat materials; only a llmted ?? ?_ quantity. 1UC Boy?' ami Children'? Full aad Winter Mat?, suitable for children from 2 to 7 years of age. In Trench. Overseas, Rah Rah, Polo, Crusher, Sailor. Military and ??? other models . wwv First Fluor. Boy?' Juvenllu Salt?, of cassl mere and fancy worsted; Junior Norfolk and Billy Boy models, with short straight knee pants; one, two and three of a pattern: sixes 2*4 .to 7 years. Values ?yl e(\ worth to $7.00. ?yi.uU $1.00 Boy?' Bark Finid Maeklnuw?, heavy winter weight: with notch collars, patch pockets and belt, sises 7 to 17 years. Worth F?* ?" to $0.?s?.a?) Small lot of Boy?' Gray Mixed Knlekerboekrr Fant?| small sizes only., ? . Flmt Floor. Boys' School Salts, of dark cassl mere mixtures: belted, Norfolk, slash pocket models, with full Jined knlckerbocker pa,nts; sises In th* lot from 7 to 18 years, but not In each style and pat- ?/? ?>/* tern. ??>.??0 ??oldenher-a-?.? I bird Floor. $2.00, i2.50 and $3.00 Panel Curtains $1.48 each Filet, Scotch and Nottingham weave Panel Curtains, used one at a window; white and ecru colors; 2*4 yards long; handsome Brussels. Clunv, Filet and Novelty designs. ?.olaVaiMT? X Ir.t .Floor annic^iteG^I Sale of Sewing Machines $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00 Lace Curtains, $3.45 High grade Cable Net, Filet. Brussels, Scotch and Notting-ham ?..-?- Curtains. 2>>? and 3 yards long. 45 to 60 inches wide; white. Ivory and ecru colori. Copies of the highest priced laces. Small lots, from 1 lo 8 pairs of a pat tern. , $2.50 and $3.00 Lace Curtains, $1.68 Nottingham and Filet weave Laro Curtains, 2*>? and 3 yartl?* long; white and ecru colors: neat novelty and heavy worked de signs. Goldeabcrsr's?Fourth Floor. at 25c Yard An accumulation of remnants and short length? of fine quality White Goods, left from a busy week's sellinR, grouped together for quick clearance tomorrow. The lot embraces the following ma terials: 36>inch White Pajama Checks, 36-inch White Longcloth, ?6*inch Nainsook. 36-inch White India Linon, 34-inch White Cannon Cloth, 27-inch White Check Dimity, etcu, etc. Oood useful lengths for all pur poses. GoldenhergO?Firnt Floor. $1.00 Bungalow . Aprons at 69c Remnant lot of Women's Bunga low Aprons, of percale. In neat de signs. Small sises only. Uoldennersr???Third Floor. Standard Apron Gingham? at 22c Yard Remnants of Standard Apron G-ing hama. in all sise blue checks; lengths from two to five yards. Goidrabersr'??First Floor. Dressing Sacques at 98c Remnant lot of Women's Dress ing Sacque.??, of tine qualitv per cales. In neat assorted stripe : made with prettv collars; mostly all sises. ?Uoldcnners'??Third Floor. That Brings You the Most Dependable Kinds At Very Attractive Special Prie? Fall sewing is in full wbir-r, and for two days we offer vou an opportunty to secure a good machine at a saving. These Sewing Machines are very reliable in sewing, and are thoroughly well built to give years of service. In additi' >n we offer them On Weekly Terms These Specials for Friday and Saturdav The Willard ^ A Sewing Machine thst al ways lives up to its reputation for satisfactory serv- 4*?0 CA ice. Special at.saJJ.sJU The Cosmo The Cosmo, although priced in moderation, ?s built for service and satisfaction. We m^mn-ie-nri it to those looking for a low priced machine. Domestic Cabinet You can bu. one ef these i'omertic Cabinet Machines wit? the aasnraace it will give better ?enrice aad last longer than any other make at the tAC CA $25.45 We carry a full supply of Needles, Bobbin? and Machine Oil forali makes of sewing machines. Sewia? Machine :>. ,.?r ?.. ...?Fourth Floor.