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i A Message to the Man Who , \L| * I M i Here's a cifar\\\ i 11 Prom'ses so^' N\ .. niul ll ic* c o m f o rt?a I m\H mi,cl Havana flavor iXJiLJe j juM ft ?sweet, mellow & I Ml A 91 mild?Good for your- ! I /l iself and-/ , 1 I jjdl For Treats VW^ j 1 WM. DEICHES& CO.,Inc. I DI1TRIIVTORI Waehington, D. C. j . ." ' : "' " : * i ' \ t # s~ ; Think well of the Dea who is thin OBSERVERS of chang- is assured?that ing conditions know is only going t< there has never been a to buy from dea time in the history of the it can trust anc * retail business in this men who al^w t country when quality and the interest of economy ideas?and the tomers first. dealers who stand for , those ideas-had such a That ? why hold on the public. over a quarter mi A demand is now sweep- m this country, ' ing over the country for w*ys flD \' e , * . L( where you can , better?more serviceable amine ^ ?more economical mer- _ , chandise ?n top of ** 00 cnanaise. ghow window_. The straightforward handed out first dealer knows this. man comes in lo razor. He knows that once \ T. n,.H .tl ^ ... /,, . . , 1 he (jiilette isi m public confidence is estab- entific shaving insi . lished, a dealer's success produced. No Stropping-] m MA Of KNOWN * Canadian Furttnr New York L?Mm Madrid 1 AMi HSt. AlaiaidarM. Cklcaco Part* Bnwili GtM1 I* Monirnl. Ouelxc S?? Fnnrlirn Milan (.opeahtt#! Bu'ni m KILLS 1AIL0R HE TRIED TO DOB Merchant's Wife Wounded By Corporal Tempted by Liberty Bonds. NEW VOIIK, 8>|>L II.?Bravely restating with their feeble strength lh? efforts of a hold-up man to rob them of about >31.000 In Liberty 7<>nds other iMurlllci and cash, Max Kablnowiu, ility, and his wife. Ann*, fifty, were ahot In thair tailor ihop by Harry R. Van Reed, thirty?lx, a rorporal attached to an army recruiting station here. Itsbinowlti died on reaching New fork tloKpital Ilia wlfe'a recovery I. loubtful Van Keed haa made a com ?lete confession. Tho soldier, who haa aeen nearly twelve yearn of aervlce. told the poIce and assistant District Atorneya Jennii and lilrchall he waa despond ni over tils Inability to pay gambling lebta amounting to about *500, Hnd tad determined to kill hlmaelf when le waa tempted by Liberty bonda dia>layed In ItablnowlU's window. The allor alao did a brokerage business Van Reed admlled he planned the iold-ui> aeveral daya ago. obtained a ihort leave of abaence from hla miliary duties, dressed In civilian clothea tnd with a platol purchased Mix nontha ago entered Rablnowltx' shop ~ ibout 11 o'clock yeaterday morning 01 The couple were alone In the place ?nd Van Reed aaid he aaked them If w :hey could put a fur collar on hla tli >vercoat He waa adviaed to take the R oat elsewhere. Turning aa If to It rave, he drew hla platol and told the in t ler king o the public It started> continue or a desire lers whom wit^the ac 1 esteem- 0< men evei 'ays place . And wo^ their cus- deveI?Ped cus shaving ser has gone 're changed the the stores of ^'"king llion dealers WheneCc you wdl al- topjc of a Gillette out up the G<//, ?ee and ex- the fina, aQ Vouched nter?in the edged by t* ready to be the world < whenever a cleanest, : oking for a nomical, m< theytove e the only sci- The deale trument ever Gillette is tl interests. 1 No Honing eit< Bosto rrdsm Svdnev Calcutta Rio de " Shsnghsi ? onMintinonle Tokyo M Aires Singapore Port ?litabetb % " I ANN PENNINGTON, alar of PI "Scandala of 1?2U." ia en- [j/ Raxed to b? married to George White, former dancer and producer of the ahow. Both Miaa Pennington and White have ad tl.il I'd I I" > ? Hi * I ' ^ ni | ' MjHB ! I * J ^ duc< tuple to "keep quint. r>u Immediately Kablnowltz and hla fr?.r Ife net upon Von Heod, and during perl if HtrUKKl'' he flr^d two bullets Into opei ablnowltz' abdomen, one Into Mr*, rtltu abinowllg' riK'lit breaat and another ax 1 ito her left aide. ?hlj JF\ou -not with a theory to sell razors?but tual shaving needs rywhere. king from that, it into a personal vice?a service that mnd the world and ; shaving habits of en everywhere. r or wherever the good shave comes ztte habit is always swer. for and acknowlventy million men Dver as one of the safest, most ecoost valuable habits ver formed. :r who hands you a linking first of your Think well of him. & m Janeiro ) HUE SHOMAGE M U. S. IS FEARED aort Says Producers Are Discouraged Because of De* % cline in Prices. i'hlle there la ahorttl' of c?ttl? Ihe country, official* of tlia ! > I input of Agriculture today e* aed the opinion (hat the ahortaffr ild not neoeaaarlly result In hl^l)neat prlcaa In the near future ccording to figure* complied by Bureau of Marketa. the recelpta of lie 'at tH public atockylirda durthe flrat aeven inontha of 1*20 nbered II heada, aa com* rd with 12.&3I.S76 received during aame period ?f laat year. Thla la ' ecrcaae of only 84,17t), or 3.1 per . t. iuiIhk the aeven montha' period' receipt* of "atockera and feed" which la the trade name for le purrhaaed fur feadiftg for maraud for atock purpose*,- numbered 7,042. During the flrat aeven ith* of 1010 the rerelpta numbered <i.04U head. Thla la a decrease of OOfl, or Id per cent. epartment of Agriculture offlrlala that the shortage la due partly, to declining prlcca of live atock and the caned coat of production. Prorr? are becoming dlacouraged bene prices have declined aharply n those prevailing during the war od. The difficult) In financing rations in alao a factor In the atlon. although Its effect la not ipparrnt now aa II will be In later >ment*. 0 % Uoohmarh Open 9:15 A. M. New York?WAS If You Want to Ecoi Friday, Our Regular)! This list tells you of the mo: others not advertised?quantitiei careful shoppers will find them: Green Signs, l ook for their.?tl Remnant Day Merchandise not sent C. C). D. or on approval; Two Particular Good Values in Men's Shoes 33 pair Men's Genuine Cordovan Hieh Shoes in the rich dark mahogany color; splendid models and very highest quality. Incomplete size rantre?7V4, 8 and 11 A: i>V, 10, 10'/2 and 11 C; 8, 8*. 9>*, 10. 10", and 11 I). $8.75 Pair; Were $12.20 19 pair Men's Oxfords we are clos- ' in/ out at a low price, most of them are Black Vici Kidskin. Sizes?6'a, 7, 7'/i and 8 B; 61i, 7. 7%, 8, 8 Vi, 10V<i and 11 C. $4.75 Pair; Were $10.00 Men's Shoe Section, First floor. Men's Furnishings 87 pieces Men's Checked Nainsook Underwear, sleeveles^' coat style shirts; sizes 42, 44 and 46, 48 and 50; knee length drawers; sizes 38, 40, 44, 46 and 50. <35c each; 3 for .$1.00 J1 were $1.00 cach. 72 Men's Fancy Colored Silk Bat Winp Tjes, fijrured ar.d striped patterns; good colors. 65c each; were $1.00 and $1.50. 11 Men's HiRh-frrade Novelty Bathing Suits, wool and fiber; one and two-piece styles; sizes 40, 42 and 44. $3.85 each; originally $9.50. 7 Men's Striped Madras Bathrobes, tan, blue and lavender; a splendid weight for use at all seasons. $5.00 each; originally $12.00. 84 pair Fiber Silk Socks, lipht weiprht, seamless, double toes and heels; black, white, tan and navy; sizes 10 and 10'/2. 45c each; S for $2.50; were 60c pair. Men's Store, First floor. Men's Overcoats, Reduced to $34.50 29 Men's and Young: Men's Fa'l-weipht Overcoats, single and double-breasted models included; also some full-length double-breasted tourist coats of fine, warm, smart-lookinp Scotchy Tweeds and Cheviots?fancy mixed tan. brown and pray patterns. The other models are plain oxfords browns, jrreens in neat patterns; all made with silk yoke and sleeve lining, and are hiph-prrade hand-tailored prarments. Sizes 34 to 42 in the combined lot. Reduced to $34.50 Each Men's Store, First floor. Odd Fi \ Marked at Septe Every piece of excellent design ; were low in comparison to present-c values even more desirable. The bedr< as these reductions show. Large Mahogany Dressers / 1 at $100; was $125. 1 at $122.50; was $150. Large Mahogany Vanity Dressers 1 at $135; was $175. 1 at $122.50; was $150. 1 at $100; was $125. ? 1 of walnut, $100; was $125. ' 1 Walnut Chifforette. $75.00; was $100.00. 1 Mahogany Toilet Table, $47.50; was $6^.00. 1 Gray Enamel Chifforette, $90.00; was $115.00. 1 Large Ivory Chifforette, $95.00; was $135.00. 1 Larire Vanity Dresser, $145.00; was $185.00. , 2 Ivory Enamel Desks, $62.50 each; ?were $85.00. 1 Ivory Enamel Desk, $55.00; wafc $65.00. 2 Full-tfize Ivory Beds, $30.00 each; were $40.00. Furniture Section. Sixth floor. Womeh's High Shoes, Reduced to $7.75 Pair Representing four,lines of which the sizes have become broken. All of irenulne calfskln-no Inferior split or sl?le leathers. In (run metal, tan e?Jf. patent coltskln vamp with black kid top or beaver Kid top. Invisible evelela. t.Oodvear welt sol's ?pd low heels. Sites In U>e combined lot are 4, 4 >4. ' nnd ? AA: 2'j to ? A; 2'j to 6V4. ?Vj and 7 B; 2 'A to ? C. Kverv pair Is n verv special value, and the same Blades If bouirht today would have to sell from $' 2.10 to* $14.00. Also 24 pair I.ow Shorn representing sever.il ivies, odd lots and broken si*e? In Oxfords and T'umps, Patent Coltskln. Black \ t? t KldKkln and Calfskin l.aird. Srhohei * Cn. make. Sires In the combined lot Include 4W,. r> and 5',4 \ A A 4 4'-. and !> AA 3 .?> lind 4'j A; and 4 It; 2'4. 3 and 4 t\ $5.75 Poir; Were $15, $16 and $17 Women'* Hh??r Hprtion, Third floor. 0 v. &1Cothtop i iHINGTON?Pari* Close 6:00 P. M. | iomize Shop Here on Weekly Remnant Day st notable economies, but there are & too small to be mentioned, but The Remnant Day Items all bear ley mean economy. is not returnable or exchangeable; mail or phone orders not accepted. Infants' and Children's Pure Silk Socks? Half Price Just secured 65 dozen of these Fine Silk Socks for infants' and children's wear, embrarinu sizes from 4 to 9V*. T?e colors include M Kite nnd Kkr Blae. While umri K?aper ' M hlfr nnd Pink. Illne. W kite and (irrrn, U kite nnd *old. Offered nf Ike I'rlee of Pair or K&netly One-kulf fke I nan I I'rlee 14 pair Children's Flain Black ajid Pink Silk Hose; sizes 7, 7'/j, 0 and 9Vi. $2.00 pair; were $.'i.00. Juvenile Hosiery Section, Fourth floor. ?????????????????????? ^ A Sale of 50 Boys' New School Suits At the Very Special Price, $16.75 And 1 on'll Re ?arprl*ed Itk the <tnnllt> of Ike (furmenti nnd Ike % Kxeeptlonnl Vnlur. We Are Sure. Woolen Knickerbocker Suits, made of hiRh-prade fabrics in a pood assortment of warm-lookinj?, serviceable fall colorings. In Norfolk and other belted models; sizes 9 to 18 year%. We secured these fuits at a concession from one of our best makers, and offer them at the very special p-ice of $16.75 each. Just 50 suits in the lot." Boys' Section, Fourth floor. Children's Shoes, $3.95 Pair Were $6.00 and $7.00 49 pair Misses' and Children's Tan Calfskin Hieh Shoes, round toe and sprint? heel. Sizes, 12. 12^, 13, 13'i, 1. I1* and 2 B: 12 Vi, 13 ,13'/i, 1, 1?4, 2 and 6 C; 12'-s, 13, l3'/i, 132, 6, <m and 7 D; 7 F... 20 pairs Misses' Tan Calfskin Oxfords, low heel and round toe stvle. Sizes, 12'. , 13, 13^, 1, m and 2 A: 12',2, 13'/j, and 1 B; 11 Vj and 12 C; 13Vfe D. 17 pairs Misses' Black Calfskin Oxfords. Sizes, 13, 1 and 2 A: 12Vj, 13. 13^, 1V? and 2 B: H/2 and 1 C; 12'/t and 1 I>. All Reduced to $3.95 Pair Juvenile Section, Fourth floor. irniture mber Sale Prices and construction. The original prices iay costs. The reductions make the 30m can profit to a remarkable extent, Mahogany Chiffoniers, With Mirror 1 at $77.50; was $110. 1 at $90; was $125. 1 at $45; was $55. Large Ivory Dressers 1 at $95; was $115. 1 at $110; was $140. ? 1 Full-size Mahogany Bed, $110.00; was $150.00. 1 Full-size Walnut Bed, slightly imperfect, $15.00; was $30.00. 1 Full-size Colonial Mahogany Bed, $45.00; was $60.00. 2 Cedar Chests, $19.75 each; were $25.00. 5 3-ft. Ostermoor Mattresses, $21.25 each; were $25.00. 3 Mahogany and Cane Rockers, upholstered in tapestry, $27.50 each; were $35.00. 3 Mahojrany and Cane Chairs to match rockers, $27.50 each; were $35.00. 4 Tapestry Davenports, 66 inches lonpr, $52.50 each; were $65.00. Waists i 12 Brown Georsrettft Crepe Waists; Ion* sleeve* In two models: one tailored tUcked style with convertible collar: one stvlo round neck finished with collar In hack, embroidered In blaquo. earhi were $9.75 and $10.75. 22 fieorirette Crepe W*|*t* with round neck, kimono sleeves In three model*: white, (lech, blsaue and navy. eneht were )5.75. 15 Hlack Genreette Crepe \Val?t*. one of a kind, last of linen taken from regular Block; . lucked, frilled and embroidered model*. *:.?& ' enehi were IS.75, $7.50, $9.75 and $15/00. 7 Cojton Wal*t*; three In hlack poplin and four pink orwandv. T*e raeht wer? $1.95 and S3. $5. 10 Pure l.lnen W'alat*. tailored atvle* la blue, lavender, malic and jrrcen and white etrlpe* rarlw were $<175. Walit Section, Third Hum-.