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see et -siicl aG Aeeis asse iar sll sat maase gaeq, s. the datse of AiHettesa 44 9r it wia be ndmer the eps--ead the gus-etf , tr is 'D.tte S es beet. ' bees terf4 ga petrel the waltrs of Oeet.g3sthAries, d . re elt~ ill ' bis eaSat on the - a equmsad -t .feoe daeeS Se Ulght az# esy deers, dpVkr, 4ale 00 inee. CDT4e aL, = and the gumbdate Asheville, and besMen.e, with the in. formaly the. oftSial vessl of 'l secretary of the Navy. ae squadron will have its "base at X ciao zone, whieb will eob)* it t4 transfer in whole or in ,prt hem the Atlantic to. Paole. emd malto pose ble the sae ~ymohisatlon of an adequate toiA to meet' ay emnereney, no matter how'sudden, on either coast. Admiral Bryan will have several thousand men under his cons'aband. and the character of the fleet will permit of the close patrol even of shallow tidal waters. It was explained at the Navy De par nea todek that the objept of oreagrng the Latin-American squadson waa to ventralise command of aR*ve. "eln on' dyty in those- waters and slini"nte complicalions as to assign. ment ot. vessels for spealal duty there. Sotr Daniels said-thait .the ar ran khid been completed af ter 4neltat - with Admiral Rodma, comdimg the Pacijo fleet. and Adattral Wilso', in eommand in At lantic waters. -and that it was rie migned to iahpify the tremendously extensive patrol along the Latin Arherica coeWte. It ids.knogstheigov'er, that. the Ptate Dfgsstatet has -shown great in terest in the reprt from naval and ather sources of the recent disorders In Honduras, and the various exhibi tions of Il-feeling aroused byr thq three-cornerS iute - ovar boundary lines which hea involved Chile, Peru, and Argentine. Central Amerio Is In a froth of conflicting ambitions, national ged personal, of industrial unrest and anti-foroiga fentiment, according -to reports froep Americans jn that.trou 4ed sectionk. General. Lee Ch , gre' est latin-ASewlean soldier .'bf forttae! low livriqg quetly in ndures, it is eported.. p, bqeti, repeatedly ap >roach4, m7'viul Central Amero" actions to act as thidvg eader. ., has fastly refus r t is said, -aqnouioiug his determiq ion never t9, take a part in another evolution. * Bolshevik activities are reported to have been extensive in both Argen t ne and Brasil, with attendint dan gers to American property -in those ountries. A Delighdaul Fr a Tr'p b14iWUa. via Postmmi River and Bay Wodera Palace Steamers "VORTHLAND" "SOVTHLANDP "MIDLAND" Dealy. at , . m., ' ita8. Wess iv. Chia: TI.he Ofee, '131 10th et. my. Weedemed Mllg NORFOLK & WASIECTON StIKNDOAT CO. C u M 1 Pa -Up 'sdb haehi4WIs at ifti6l% oft e-hed by as e.asMgfe eohef l eburea is the Dstr t Wi be bssa plasgat the lw womas Comis 0se"?, Miss -ebel Koari.m, have . it v~a det knew what "hokey pkey" s6, je're set in a class by Yeurslt. T weMni Osmmission or dw*t kme w wow Vruiay night that its so "e Wres" sadwib which d.Ights the petItes ad upsets the stemah et sml ehildni . speaktmg befsoe tbe easirenee of the. j'otee diidem of the Red crew Friday a1Nt Boardmn ggetdthe q=*= "^t by the Red Cress ofaa servie is the pub li e q by 1whsk the phildren .wil voa' 8;p af bheth, and a o A bqttered breAd ftr a ickeL 'OAnd we'll put the dhekey-pokey' out *of business," same -68 In the avdiwse yelled - After being tad What the 'hokey pekey' is Miss Boardman agreed that it was headed toward .ertain eatinctio. AS WEM'-M Dameeratle ad RepUbmean Paris Vie for Wme's Veta-Ttal - Ag 40W A" Reglsggd, ALEXANDRIA. Va., O0t. 4-Demo cratie and Republican leaders are making a bid for the wonen's vote at the coming electioq. The vote will be a big fector this November. as a total of 1.400 women havp paid their poll tax VnO registered. 'The Cox. Roosevelt and Moord Democratic Club plans a mas meet ing to be held in the Opera House this week. Some prominent Demo cratic woman will address the meet ing. The Harding: Coolidge and Brookes Repsblican Club has established h'adquarters at the corner of King and Washington streets. Woms vot ers.have been invited.to go there and read campaign literature. The funeral of Joseph Dow. twenty one, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Dow, will take place from St. Mary's Catho lic Church Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clock. Burial will be in Bethel Cemetery. Mr. Dow died at the Alex aedria Hospital of typhoid fever yes terday. He is survived by a widow. : The funeral of Wallace D. Hants won, twelve. son of Mr. and Mrs. Car roll D. Hantmon, whe died at his parents' hone an south Henry street S9turdpy evening, will be held to W w. rpon at 2 o'cleck. The . w ted by M IV. pastor of th) e ist Ep pal- Church South. Burial will be .Bethel Cemetery. The congregation of St. Mary's Chureh will hold a progressive euchre party In the hall of the Lyceum building next Thursday evening. The Are department was called out twice yesterday. Once by the burning of an automobile at Duncan's garage on north Pitt street and once by a small.91re near Poor House la'ne, just north' of this cifty. The Rev. 0.. J. Randall. of Wash ington preached at Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church yesterday. The Automobile Bureau of the Alexanderia Chamber of Commerce will mdbt tomorrow evening. An ad dress will be' delivered by M. 0. Eid ridge, of the American Automobile Association. Mr. and Mrs. Ethelbert Downham have 2pturned from their honeymoon and are at home at 304 south St. Asaph street. NEW YORK STATE FOLK TO MEET ON OCTOBER 8 The New York State Society will hold its A-st regular meeting for the coming winter season at the Wilson Normal School at 3 o'clock Wednesday evening. An interesting program has been arrange4, including a short talk by Dean W. A. Wilbur, of George Wash ington University. A musical program and dcng will follow the meeting. Lighting up be comes a matter of delight, when the old match puts the spark to a true Havana smoke -a Flor de Moss, 4f course, with the full warmth of. Cuban sunshine and the delight of Hav'ana nights, to bring you real smoke comfort adcntentment. M. IEI~iis &C0.,lic. DWTBUgTO. D C .1* 6IANBUR Monday Great is the enthusi asm for the 60th Anniversa Sale& There are crowds in F store, and they are buying the merchabuise eagerlya and so, whili this neys is da the press our aisles are crowded, our usual goo4*service Is taxed to the limit. Washingtonians are evikqc Ing thei atulations and stamp of approval of their confidence In our mrchandse mnd methods on this first day of our 60th Anniversary Sale-a sers -4 merchandising triumphs that will make history In the annals of Wsshlngton Storekeeping. the of he v*mdorful vas wE be by weed meik lo the them&d who ess . to atted oday. They wE be bas Winiswe we Isp e, for we uMd Iim t har f y ptos met , ,hgwith s these w"dfu efIebs. The lots offered for today were tremendous-there will be plenty for tomorrow, and be assured that all the offerings are highly desirable. Coninung he"Headfiner" Sale of( Fall Dresses $25, $30' and Sa19 rice. Two New York dressmakers sold us this lot of superior, . lately created frocks, for a sufn that greatly understated their worth. We price them proportionately . below the figures for which they were made to sell. Over Forty Novel Styles Superior qualities of fall's favored.febrics and deftly einploy -ed to heighten the beauty of varia tions of the-slender silhouette straightline, tunic, redingote and coat effects. Materials-Kitten's Ear Crepe, Tricotine, Tricolette, , , Satin, Georgette, Serge, CharmeuSe-in navy, taupe, e brown and black: Elaborate 'embroidery trimming or smart plain tailored effects. All sizes for women and misses.e.... Dsbrg v&Bether. Sheets, Cases and Domestic Cottons Sharing profts-that much you will have to admit, for not in the past five years have you seen lower, prices quoted on these well-known domestic cottons. Now is surely the time to lay In supplies for immediate ad future use. Look 'em ,over-and then be here, early tomorrow. 81l99 Mohawk F ts L'm DuelcL~ceb Sheets, EachNaaok2Yas2Yasfo $2.196060 Gen u I n e Mo ha wk 3 nhwd o etgaeadfnu the or'igina htit. No bteeo ieudrar e' ih oe.e restriction as to qnap- mnE u ieal t Ntmt hn1 ad tity. thuFric-fe, -tlacutoe hea; rgultio, dubl3be izceo wiepprl sDeo-s eial n Spcileter ereaude.gr last........... . ~ 42fo md exst rad an 5c s thwhrlc e the lacst oer..... LIEN-FOINSHEETS-ube-xQ one of the best brands; Ideal for co- BLAHD MSN-6Ice "s...."....*.... . . 80~U t N negrmns PEMROKE SHEET S-The same Yrf......... grade as above, but aktra length. for 104LC OD SH TNG Eah...... ........ *Iw 'Flybechdmd2 ad 9-4 FENWAY BLEACHED SHEET- ie ae au t . ING-Heavy round thread; free from SAILN ULNMice dressing; for double bed sheet.; full wdfrset a aiyue a 2%yards wide. 90o value ..........~ c bae o el.......... . ..2.5 whm Ve.ilae he lat........... - ||I G po Wot A * ~. ] 81x90.Pequot Sheets, Women ase VAl with the prices .t Peqot eto knew that this is extrerimry. The heets are FIRST QUALITY. 8ix90 Linen Finish Sheets, es. $1.96 81x99 Linen Finish Sheets, e . .13 63x90 Pembroke Sheets, each .10 63x99 Pembroke Sheets, each $13 90x99 Aeron Sheets, each.... 36-ihch Bleached Muslin, yard... .25c ,r,.. . .- .... . .e 60th A..my Sube Ivory Finished Toilet Article at Anniversary Combs, very heavy quality, spe cial, 7$o. Puff 'Boxes, $1.50 Hair Receivers, $1.50. Buffers, with removable ring, 96c. Jewel Botis,'$3.96. Talcum Box Holders, 75. Perfume .Holde's, $1.25. Pictpre Framies, 96. M~l~ry rihes, Pair, $2.6. 60th Aslve ry Sal. Colunbia Mills *Blankets~ Regular $5.50 Value, Pair - $3e95 Size 65x76 In. finished like a much highei priced covering. With blue and pink borders. Good weight and wool finish. Sise for double bed. $17.50 All Wool Hamilton Blankets. Pr., S14.60. 410 Beacon Plaid Blankets. Pr., $8.60. $3.50 Ripplette Dimity Spreads. $3.24. - $10 Satin Marseilles Spreads. .88. $11.50 Blown Cotton Mattresses. $8.75 Beacon Indian Blankets. Eah, $7.75. $6.50 Beacon Bath Robe Blankets. . $t1 All Wool Blankets. Pr.,$1. . - slth eie....- gh & mther. 60th Annivrsay Sale. Stamped Bed Spreads Formerly Sod for $10.00 $6.75. Bed Spreads stamped on splendid qual ity ubleached muslin. A few have fringe trimming. A number of very good looking designs. A decided addition to cees boudoir. $1.98 Stamped Day Cases, Pair, $1.49. 75c Stamped Dresser Scarfs, 59e. 25c and 49c Bag Rings, bone and nickel, nickel finished. ' 10. 52.50 CrIb Covers, $1.25.' Fifth Ptess~aa~mwgh * Deether. 60th A..ivnsy S.I. Navy Blue French Costumne Serge Formurly Sod for $3.00 a Yard - -$1.98 42 inches wide and strictly all wool. This French costume merge eomes izn navy blue only. A splendid welght and quality for suits, dresses, capes, etc. $7.50 54-inch Duvet de Laine, Yard ........ .., ,......$6.96 $5.50 54-Inch Black Tricotine, Yard ........,..........$396 $7.00 56-Inch Navy Blue Tricotine, Yard...................$5.0 $1.00 Black Plush Stole Lengths.. ....... .... ... ..$59 $6.00 and $5.50 54-Inch Navy Blue Poiret Serge........$4.96 IP 1DERT A~Wy 3P~ nen' s Undergarments 1...4e75 val..-a-k- 99c Smart Silk Bloses sh. f(W WOMen Mad mes is.16s Tht Fe~s a m.ly Sep I A wonderfully -varied assortnent sof beautiful -bibuses-reki filet, lace trimmed, -dainty val lace trimned, embroidered in silk, neat tucks and rib bods, collafess and with collars, round, square an$ V-n s, long or three-quarter sleeves. There are hundeds of models In the overblouse, tie back and slip-over styles, In every wanted color. All tew, in all sizes. seemi .1s---n--Ams * 3w~aer. 6&Aawmry Sale SFail Footwear h t Wd and Miss ss 1T.dFmru Sold .50 $18.00-A 7r $ '85! Hundreds. of pairs, high-grade fashionable, shoes from our regular stock, Including LXV heel boots, low heel boots, Cuban and military heel boot. These shoes are made of the choicest leathers-black, kid, patent colt, brown and black calf, some smart combinations. Choice of button or lace styles. In all sl-bist not In each style. Um..ea ". " - * D o& Be. W&t Animdvemy Sal Silk Stockings Choice of Black. Whit. and Cordovan- Pair A wonderful quality stocking, made of t1o thread Japanese silk with the popular 10-inch boot. The toes, soles, heel and garter tops are of lisle, thus feinforcing them for extra service. 79c -it has been many a day since one could obtain i stocking of this quality at such a low price. Better lay in a supply! n.ee s'ke*-aLiu.b..u a wsem. New Trimmed Hats Of Velvet and N~atr's Plush< styles for Every Type limb Wouth sso and .60s Aaieruary Same Erie A ' tremendous assertipent of stunning new trimmed hats of Lyons' Velvet, Panne velvet, rich duvetyn, hatters' plush, the new feather hats in all the newest shapes, both large and small and all the. newest trimming effects. There are roll brims, off-the-face models, turbans, pokes and sailors, with trimmings of flowers, ostrich and fancies. .seemd Flee.--Lamebergb * Drether.