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LEMON JUICE FOR FRECKLES ; N ^ < tkrls! Make beauty lotion Ht , ' a few cents?Try it! Squeeze the Juice of two lemon* I nto a bottle containing tthree < ounce* of orchard white, shake well 1 and you have a quarter |>lnt of the beat freckle and tan lotion and complexion beautlfler. at very, vtft-y amall coat. , Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will 1 supply three ounces of orchard I white for a few cents MassaKe I this sweetly fragrant lotion Into the fare, neck, arms and hands each , day and see how freckles and blemishes disappear and h'>w clear, soft. 1 and rosy-white the skin becomes. ' fe Yes, It is harmless and never nil- 1 tales. < I / Goll A sale of clul Beffinner's Four Clubs ai , Balls. Re^uli Harry C. Irons; all it priced Golf Basrs mings 5-inch $7.00 Repaint G Balls Imported ? brown?plain i flS for $4.50 and 11 a i U. M.J- 1- Burke & ? \ Why Not t Silver King Col. 31 Go Golf Si ?London 8p< The He \Seventh , Make Us Pn ^fiivvk^ Btrato it i?'you __ ANKKy Sunday hours. f Tfcr r?^i"al as many as yo CONSULTATION FREE PROF. H. N. D. PA1 DR. FRANK ] NATUREOPATHI Pfcone 5I? HOURS?12 M. to B P. M.?Sunday SUITE 222. MARYLAND BI.I THIS Notice la Gim4 The Vacuum-Natureopathic Tr Dr. Robert H. Carroll, M. T. N Consultation. Examination ai Some peopli take life as they find it. Others? make it by Time vertis * BABE RUTH LOSES SWT F TO STOP PICTURE USE NEW YOKK. Hept 1* Supreme Caurt Justice Uuju yesieiday ?(l?r* noon denied the application of bate Ituth for an Injunction restraining the nducatloitai Films Corporation from naiiulacturlng, speculating oi display I inn ftlma entitled "Ba.be Kuth, liow i He Makes His Home Hub." and Over Lite Fence." Kuth sought the Injunction In connection with a ?ult for H.OOU.OtH) damages which he lias brought under the civil rlghta law. Juatlce Guy holda that aa the civil rlghta law prohlblta the uae of the nam* or picture of a living peraon Tor advertising purpoaea or purposes Jf'tiade without his written consent. ^ Ihe ault would aeem to be well grounded save for Judicial ruling to the contrary. Such Judicial ruling, however, he finds in the case of Grace Humlaton igalnat the Unlveraal Film Manufacturing Company, wheretoi the appellate division Justifies Ihe use of a motion picture of the plaintiff as a mat- ; ,er of currant iiawa. fers \ I bs and bags ' Golf Outfit?consisting of Bag. I nd two Repaint Golf fcl 7 7't ' ar price $24.50 4>1 I el Lee's Golf Clubs, Wood- and todels. Specially $2.85 i ; Brown Canvas; Leather TrimRegular price $5.85 b M 25c Golf Hose?all sizes in d?>-k and fancy tops. Sold fcQ QC c $5.00 QO?VO p implete Stock of Harrv Vardon Golf Clubs. i6\1 Balls $1.00 01 Golf Balls $1.00 ? If Balls 79c t. Db?Knickers?Sweaters b g >rt 8hop, Firft Floor, Me4zanln*. a cht Co,I I z /; ti >ve It? ? ' * * . al SM ? NEU-Iu itis? || abetea ? In- i>, smotor Ataxia ??Pneumonia Indigestion? Goitre ? Paan tile Paraly- I $ 0] effects), diservnus system peculiar to drugless ce say treatbetter results ti greater perseri mankind than D ods combined, <* ! are prepared us demoni. Please note RpfrronfM f">'. H. N. D. PARK KB. ,, Kererences,. N n D The piolm<r IJ U want. Orngleea Phjslrlan. LADY ASSISTANT EUCER, N. D., D. C. u L. ANKERS, C PHYSICIANS B rf In T037 f) nd Holidays, 12 M. to 2 P. M. tl ?G., 1410 n STREET N. W. al far First Treatment c( ^ Ir eatment for Colored People . D? 801 Florida Are. N. W. it' d First Treatment FTIEE ??????-ft c: a B : a t? 0 a II *1 > a B K a P v 1 t? M ai w w life what they want reading Washington s Help Wanted. Adements. M n# It' 1)1 CKJtOT. UOftKiA HSHfeK. of the lulled Slates Marillct, utting a United Stolen magazine rifle, won the 100 metre free rifle match at the Olympic ahoot recently. Hia ?core was 996 out of a possible 1.080 IT !: T9* 1 * SyMjjfc; 'I'*" ^ ^ I FOR FEDERAL AID FOR SCHOOLS elieves Illiteracy, Pay for Teachers, and Other Problems Need Attention. BALTIMORE. 'sept. 18.?James M ox, of Ohio, Democratic nominee for resident, yesterday made plain hii Land on education. In a letter tc eorgu 11. Reavis. assistant State sutTintendent of education, he unequivoilly indorses Federal aid in all line! f education, the Americanization ol nmigrunts, sufficient pay foi :achers, and the equalization of cdu itional opportunities so that ever) oy and girl in the country shall b< uaranteed the chance of a complete nd practical education. He also maintains that the Federa overnment can provide the aid sc luch needed, especially by the pooroi tates, without interfering- with oi estroying the effectiveness of locai rovislon. The statement follows: "1 am giving serious attention tt ie necessary reorganization of tlx xecutive departments In the Federa overnment. I shall certainly favoi ie effective administration of affairi elating directly to all matters ol uman welfare, including education. "It should be the province of th? ederal Government to extend aid in II lines of education, looking' partlclarly to the removal of illiteracy ie Americanization of Immigrants, ie preparation and proper compensiion of teachers, physical education ealth and sanitation and the equalling of educational opportunities to ?e end that every hoy and girl In the rilted States shall be guaranteed >e chance of obtaining a complete rid practical education. "We should extend the advantages f education by a national policy lthout destroying the effectiveness f local provision, maintaining that tmocracy in education which will evelop the healthy and reasonable idivldualism in American national fe which enables the citizens of this juntry to think for themselves and lereby And for themselves the soluon of their most serious proble.ns.' ALTIMORE LABOR MEN DENY FERGUSON IS OUT nion Declines to Accept Hesitation of President After Considerable Argument. BALTIMORE, Sept. 16.?The Bait! lore Federation of I^abor has refused > allow John H. Ferguson. Its presitnt. to resign. Ferguson transmitted letter to the secretary, Henry F roening, last Monday and this was ad at the session last night. The ^deration, in considering the queson, went into executive session, and fter considerable argument, which >uld be heard at times in the street i front of Beer Bottlers' Hall, or arford avenue, a motion was carried > table the resignation. This action, was learned, was almost unanimous IRS. BRISCOE TOSfEAK AT FREDERICK MEETING FREDERICK, Md., Sept. 16.?Demoratlc women of this city and counts rill launch their first political mov< t a meeting at the courthouse tolorrow night, when a club will b? rganlzed and plans made for sr ctlve campaign. Mrs. Julia Hamil' r>n Briscoe, Hagerstown, a membei f the national Democratic committet nd a daughter of the late Gov. Wilam T. Hamilton, and Mrs. Fuller, e peaker of Pittsburgh, will delivei ddresses. The Woman's Republican Club, Miss iertha Trail, president, recently oranized, has opened headquarters nd is planning to register the rteubllcan women. It will conduct s igorous campaign. IEMEMBER? IT'S A FACT lat many leading physicians us? !ANTONE in their own families nd resrularly prescribe it for pale, eak, nervous, rundown men and omen. ^/^anton!) akes rich, red blood, stronger rves, restores strength and vitnly. Guaranteed. Sold by People's rug Stores and all druggists. ' a g Ribbons Reduced B Friday 42c and $2.25 B-lnch Moire. Taffeta. Plaid and I Check Ribbons for chlldren'a hair, _ etc., 42c yard. Komap atrlpa, rich fall coloring* for slrdles. etc.. ( |_ inches wide, y.ud i Mala Fluor. jlOOW $5.00 All-Over . Beaded Bags, J Friday $2.98 P?,n' Imported Drawatrlng tr'iCti Beaded I!uk?, all dark col ora. dually lined. Finished _ at bottom with beaded ti*s? eel. Mala Flour, I ? r, Women's Co< J Friday On m Full-length, light-weight c tailored of a fine quality of m; pleated back, belted all arounc i | me/ prices were $59.00. Women's M Dresses, Frid , ? New Dresses that came ? I All are copies of higher prices g of all-silk Mignonette, in tuni _ broidery or braid and beads; t I : ! J Light Wei ! for Immed : Friday On' j I Not all sizes or colors, i | this low price. The lot consi nish tweeds, and wool jersey ' lined, except the jersey suits; 1 S 75c Pla$ GM^*: * Friday Only 59c Yard Bie ranee of colorlnes verv de sirable for the younK miss lor I school dresses. 32 Inches wide. 1 mm Srread Flour. ( 65c Shirtings, _ Friday Only 59c Yard i " Excellent finish, wid* r?nce of i coorl striDes. fa*t colors!. 36-inchen > w(d(?i ^rfond Floor. 1 Women's 85c Union Suits, Friday Only 69c _ I,ow neck ribbed, tlrht knee and 1 umbrella ".tvlo. regular shoulder and bodice tops. White and pink, j | All perfect. Main Foor. $3.00 and $3.50 Kid Gloves, g Friday Only $1.95 Two clasp. Broken " assortment | i in sizes. Black. 6\ and 0 White and some colors, sizes 5% to i. Black w ith white slltchinc. sizes 6% and 6?*. Mala Floor. a NOTION DEPT. For Friday Oaly. 40e for 66c Klelnertu Sanitary Aprons. , I SOe for 36c Kleinert's Sanitary J Belts. ; _ 2 for ?5r?Cabinet Hair l'lns. I IOc for 25c West Klcctrtc Curlers. - S on card. 10c for 25c Kmbroldery Edgings. 1 2 for 12e for He Kmeries. 1 ?Oc for 79c Steel Scissors. 10c for 25c Needlebooks, with nee- I I dies. c 2 for Re for Children's 5c Thlm- i hies.. Main Floor. i i ' 1,000 Silk ! , Tricotine 1 ? Divided into 2 groups d*1 I for Friday only, at V ' 1 We are troinp to make our ] s m Bee Hive for excitement Friday 1 " dresses on sale at these extremly ; g Brand-new Fall Dresses that are ! I A| C1/I CQ?Consists of rich wA4?01/satins. In black. ^ l navy, taupe and brown. All Wool \ - French Series in navy blue, s k beautiful All Wool Tricotlncs in | s navv blue. All Silk Tricolours. v ' _ Embroidered styles, hrnld trim- r " m med stvles. stru'eht lino models s . with pretty waist-line effects. ^ _ Sires 10 to 41. Values up to << ! | 121.50. Fri'lav < nlv. .?! I.'i9. n Ilar^ul'i Rasemeat. <i ' Children's $2 Dresses, ^ 1 Friday Only, $1.49 New fall School Dresses. In fast _ color irlnirhama and percales, s H Plaids and checks, over f>00 dresses f It* the lot to choose from. Sizes 7 h ' | to 12. Ilaranln Rasemeat. s , | Georgette Blouses, g Friday Only, $1.98 Only a limited number, so we advise rarly shopplne. Made of f pood O?or?fette, In pltitti tailored li or embroidered stvles. lleht shade* ! " nnlv. Hnrgnln Rasemeaf. * $12.50 Sport Plaid Skirts, I Friday Only, $7.50 k A savins: of $5 on these skirts, h * rando of all \voo| popular plaids in S _ n larire variety of colors, licht and b I dark Colors. New fall modi t* |p Harcala llasemeat. I WpAJ 1677 XL I onderi . For Our Rous In the last week many of o s with special purchases of This has brought us many i ve merchandise are offered No phone or mail orders or its of Serge ly at $30 oats, in conservative styles, innish serge. Full-cut, with 1, silk lining to waist. FofTklrd Floor. [ignonette ay at $24.75 to us in a Special purchase, d lines. A splendid quality c styjes, trimmed with em>rown, navy blue and black. Third Floor. ght Suits iate Wear ly, $24.75 but most unusual values at sts of odd serge suits, man's in dark colors. All silk j^hicb are sport styles. Third Floor. * Wometi'i 35c and 39c Vests, Friday 3 for 89c I?ow neck, ribbed vests, bouicc tons and shoulder strans. Kerular Bfid extra sizes. Mala Floor. (1.25 Chamoisette Gloves, Friday 75c Two clasp- Embroidered back self and contrast, white, pray and node. Sizes 0, 8 and SU. Main Floor. Hair Goods Reduced Friday $1.98, $8.98, $11.98 fin.50 Transformation* art *11.3S. a fw length Transformations at 91.0M. All shades, excepting crav. $10.00 Switches. 9NJPK, All shades, including cm v. I'nlnln floral Drnnty Parlor?? Main Floor. $1.00 to.$1.25 Jewelry, Friday Only 89c T.ast of aulek selling lots, some >nly one-of-a-kind- Brooches, Barnin*. Bond Necklaces. Porlne Boxes. Shoe Buckles. Bracelets. Cuff Buttons. Ktc. Main Floor. $5.00 Suede Bags, Friday Only $3.98 Orey. brown and beaver, silk Ined. fitted with mirror and centor ompartrn^nt, covered frame, flnfched with silk tassel. Suede hanlles to match. Main Floor. Serge and Dresses 4.69 w $17.69 Basement Dress Department a by niacins: these extraordinary ' low pries for such Rarments. i beauties. A i ?17 of *^ W 1 I ?OI/ dresses that arc vorth no to $24.73. Over 500 to elect from in beautif>il rich atlns. French a^rsres and n'lyool trlcotinea. Plain tailored nodcls. emhroldi"-i'd mode!", traiirht line <JrC."?es. beaded Iresses. Over 40 styles to lelect from. Sl.ses to If.. We dvise earlv nho|>i>lnJr on these Ircssr.s, Friday only. $17.09. ' > Women's $1.50 Silk Stockings, Friday Only, $1.35 Thread silk lonir silk boot, hltfh pllced heel, blark or whits, n re ullfashioYied. drop stltchj array or lack, also hoathor effects. All izes. Ilnrunln Haaement. Rainproof Umbrellas, Friday Only, $1.95 Women's 20 inch size Paraxon "'in m. with favorite silk wrist oop handles; excentlonaj values. IVnraaln llanrmrnt. Women's 25c Stockings, Friday, 2 Pairs, 35c Seamless Cotton Stockings, double pels and toes. White or cordovan. Izes to 10. Seconls fcfr the each or home *ear. IJmlt of 4 ajrs to each customer. Hargaln Unafmnt. a the snoprnc Wi LA1SR JJih and G Street* ill Fric % ing Big Week End ur buyers have returned from new fall merchandise. unusual bargains for Friday, at splendid savings. BIG vali i advertised items. To 25c Silverware, Friday 12 Pieces $1.00 Odd* and ends?Including Tea poon*. Table Spoons. Hu^tr Spoon*. Butter Knlven. I>e??ert Hpooni and Fork a. Any twelve (121 ?or $1.00. M?I? Floor. Art Needlework, Friday Only 25c CVnterniee?*h. Scarfs. Pillow Toph. f?tc.. stamped in designs to embroider or outline: f^w worth lea* than 60c. Choice for 25c. Main Floor. Women's $5.00 Blouses, Friday Only $3.95 Flowered Georgette t'repe. In navy with tan coloring. Slz<*8 3fl to 44. Third Floor. Women's $5.00 Hand-made Blouses, Friday Only $3.95 Fashioned of white batiste with ( hand-drawn collar and cuffffs. All Iifi. Third Floor. | $3.95 and $5.00 Odd Over. Blouses, Friday Only $2.59 Women's. There arc only 45 Flowered Taffeta Blouses. In sizes 30. 38. and 40. Third Floor. . $1.39 Bureau Scarfs, Friday Only $1.00 110 fine Filet Bureau Scarfs, size i 18x50. all one deelirn. Excellent i for aifts. Seeond Floor. $12.00 Wool Blankets, Friday Only $9.98 Pair I * pair with a mixture of China cotton, maklnc: them a fine closely woven warm blanket. Merond Floor. Dress Trimmings, Friday Only $2.25 I Girdles, braided and cord, with ! silk or chenille tassels, black and colors; J2.50 and $2.75 values at *2.25. Coat Buttons?Black, brirht and dull finish, larire stee. 3 and 4 on I card, 15c and 1>?j values. Friday i 10c. or 3 cards for 25c. Main Floor. I ;> And in Addition to Our Frida ing Our Septa ii Hosiery for Worn || at 1-4 Off to 1-2 The reasons for the rou i; listed below: ill PointexSilkS If not for slight irregulari ; would sell for $3.25, $4, $ All are full-fashioned of hea ly durable Pointex heel. Most i'i cerized tops. Black and white, II Onyx Silk Stoi !; Full-fashioned pure thread ; colors arc white, brown, navy a ii $1.25 Silk and Fib i; Children's 50c Onyx Ho Children's Si.75 Sports Men's S2.50 Onyx Point Men's $1.25 Onyx Poin ij 2,500 Yards 48c Outing Flannel, Friday, 39c Yard In fancy stripes, checks, broken 1 plaids, also plain white; 27 Inchcs wide. Kxtra Rood quality. namaln Buratit. Dainty Camisoles, Friday Only, 95c Made of sntln. voke of various laces. Ilarnalnr Basement. U ndergarments, Friday Only, $1.29 Nieht Oowns and Envelope Chemise, dnintv stvles. lace or embroidery trimmed. a Ilaraalaf Ilasement. Luggage Specials for Friday Brown Fibre "Suit Cases. with Fibre Press Trunks, 34-inch size. Brnss snap and lock. Friday at ' 'leather Traveling Baits. 1" Inch lie; black or tan: brass snap and ! lock. Frldiiv at fl.O*. Fibre Dress Trunks. 34-lncn siie. made of 3-p1v veneer. protected with brassed steel corners. Complete with tray. Friday at *!?.#*. Karelin nasement. Women's 29c Vests, Friday, 2 for 45c "Cumfy Cut" Vests. fine rth | cause, sleeveless and low ncck. Rises 36 and 3* , llnranln Basement. $5.98 Plaid Blankets, Friday Only, $4.98 J Wool Nap. sl*e fWxNO. comes In ' rood fancy stltrhed edfte. I llnraaln nasemeat. CENTER^ BYMj iay Bi f Bargain Day i New York and other mark Other small lots of new ant les in small type?read all it * 1200 pairs Mi Friday Only Every pair perfect, wit dium weight cotton. The c and gray. Sizes 9 J/i to 11] o ? Yz Pairs of Curtain*, Friday Only at $1.50 Each Of finer gradea that aold formerly at high prices. Only one-half pair of a kind. Second Fluar. 25 Doz. Holland Window Shades, Friday Only 59c Tb^ regulation width and length. On account of some ollght Imperfections we close them out at 50c ei^h. Dark blue the only color. 8ee*a4 Klaar. 49c and 59c Cretonnes, Friday Only 38c Yard In many new pattern*, light and dark colors 3ft-lnch material*. 8rr?id Floor. $1.85 Scrim Curtains, Friday Only $1.15 Pair Made with wide-hem borders. Al! made with valance to fit betweer curtains. Seeand Floor. Perfect Opaque Shades, Friday 76c Each In all the wanted colors. Com plete with fixtures, on guaranteed rollera. Seooad Floor School Bloomers, Friday Only 69c Ibule of black sateen, elastic ai w*st and knee. Sizes 4 to 12 years Third Floor. j Bargains We Are Con tin u- ' imber Sale of len and Children ; Regular Prices sing success of this sale are j Itockings, pr. i ties, : 4.50. .. i vy thread silk with the famous- j are all silk, others with mer- < African brown and cordovan. ckings,pr.,$l silk with lisle tops and soles; ; nd cordovan. er Stockings, 79c i se, 29c. | Hose, #1.29. ; ex Silk Socks, #1.69. itex Silk Stockings, 5 7c. Palaia Royal?Main Floor. Voile Blouses, Friday Only, 88c That formerly sold up to 11.75. About 10 cTnien In all. All white Br colored blouses, sllerhtly mussed from handling, but all perfect. Bargain Bnaeaarnt. Bungalow Aprons, Friday Only, $1.25 Only 400 could be secured for this sale. Made of standard grade of percale. In light and dark shade?, square necks, bound edees and one pocket. Sixes to 46. Bargain Dumrnt. 49c Lonsdale Muslin, Friday Only, 39c 3fi inch. Bleached, extra good heavy quality, suitable for making sheets and pillow cases. Bargain Basement. $2.39 Table Cloths, Friday Only, $1.98 Hemstitched. Bleached, size 48 *04 Inches. Mercerized floral designs. Good quality. Bargain Basement. Broken Sizes of Children's Hose for Friday Only. 23c Children'* Socks, small sizes, lOc *>nlr. 25c Children'* Brown Stocking*. <mall sites. 2 pair for 23c. 50c Children'* Socks, small *l*e*. IBe pair. 50c Boys' School Stocking*, broken assortment of sli?*. M> pair. 5i)e Misses' White School Stocking*. 20r pair. Barvaln Baaemeat. Ribbons Reduced _ Friday 18c and 95c B Ktmiianti ? plenty of useful Itnfthi?1 and 1V4 Inrhra wide at | lie vard to Inrhra wide, im _ Satin Muirr. Taffeta. Dreaden. Peralan. Human and Novell ;e* at _ (ic vard. Mala KU?r. | irgains j Infants' Soft-Sole ' Ctin? Shoo, Friday \ j at- $100 Cms. Xnd Moccasins, black ? and dainty colors. I Third Floor. I en's 30c Socks , 6 pr., $1.35 h double sole, light and meolors are black, brown, navy I 14. Main Floor. | -v g Men's $2.50 Athletic Union I Suits, Friday $1.50 | Clearance of Regatta and Rox- _ ford Summer Union Suits, sleeve less and knee length. Sizes 34 to 46. Main Floor. Men's $2.00 Night Shirts, ' Friday Only $1.59 Large full cut; sizes 15 to 20. I Medium and heavy weight, cotton. Some slightly soiled samples. Main Floor. | Men's 75c Balbriggan Shirts | and Drawers, 69c Each | Made from double thread Maco _ yarn, the drawers have double I seat, ankle length. The shirts V? m sleeves. All sizes. Main Floor. " Men's $3.50 Pajamas, ' Friday Only $3.10 ' I Madras and mercerized mater- I > ials. stripes and plain colors. Some have silk frogs. All sizes. Main Floor. Men's 20c Handkerchiefs, * I Friday 6 for $1.00 * Large size sheer cambric, neat- | ly hemstitched, exceptional value. _ Main Floor. I Boys' Corduroy Suit*, I Friday Only $7.45 I I Norfolk Suits, tailored of | Crompton corduroy, with full lined 1 knickers; broken size assortment 8 I the reason for this extremely low _ ' price. Sizes 7 to 10 and 15 to 17. Third Floor. g | Boys' Blue Serge Norfolk g Suits, Friday $10.00 j ! Fine all-wool fast color Blue ' Serge, in the latest models. Trous- I ! ers are full lined. Sizes for boys ^ : 7 to 17. Third Floor. Boys' $1.95 and $2.25 ? Corduroy Knickers, $1.75 P Tailored of Crompton corduroy, ? seams strongly taped, every pair guaranteed, drab and brown P shades. Sizes 7 to 16. ^ Third Floor. Boys' $2.95 to $3.50 ? Pajamas, Friday at $1.95 g \ Clearance, comprising fine ' ' quality Soisettes and other fine | ' fabrics. Made with silk loops. ^ ! colors plain blue, tan, white, pink ! and lavender. Sizes 6 to 18. ! Third Floor. a i Men's and Young Men's Suits, Friday $21.50 * ' $30 to $40 value. Clearance of p 1 all-wool Cheviots, Tweeds and _ ' i Cassimeres, odd lot assortments about 60 suits, medium and dark fnixtures, weights suitable for fall wear; sizes 33 to 38 only. Alter- P ations limited to adjustment of ^ i trousers and sleeve lengths. Main Floor. | Men's $15 Raincoats, Friday Only $10.45 Guaranteed waterproof. Standard make double texture fabrics, g i Made with convertible collars and ! all-around detachable belts. Tan | shade. Sizes 36 to 42. Main Floor. $9.00 and $10.00 Trousers, P Friday Only $6.95 P ' Comprising fine all-wool Flan- g nels, in blue, brown and gray. Sizes 29 to 36 waist: also in- \ eluded are fine quality stripe , Worsted, in sizes 31 to 42 waist. ^ Main Floor. FURNITURE For Friday Only. I I33.no Outfit?Steel Hod. Ijlnk Spring. Cotton Mattreas. all for *24.M. *L'il Mattreaa. ?14.#5. *50 I,nrgp l/eather Rocker. *.1S.TS. r" *fl!S Kroehler Hed Davenport, $40 "IS. , . $73.50 Mahognnv Chiffonier, with large mirror, SS2.7B. $3fl rhlforoba? ample hanging _ apart-, alao with 6 drawers and hat | box. ?2H. *4 Uedroom Tables. | $'J0 Tlocker, ahopworn. ^10. $3 nnd M Kitchen Tablea. S2.3# M and KI.4I. Fa?rtli Floor. Women's 59c Underwear, Friday 39c, or 3 for $1.00 I Including ribbed pnnta, tight knee nnd umbrella atW. French ? band and atrlncr tona. Alao cloaed _ nanta W< men's low neck veata. M regular ahoulder and bodice atvle ?i>mr have tailored tona. All per feet. Main Fluor.