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Tomorrow---Last Day of the -Men's Week Values Prices Are Notably Lowered Wonderfully Good Neckwear Values Such good qualities and well selected patterns and colors . have not been obtainable in late years at these prices. At $2.50 are the widely known Indes tructo and other good makes of Ties, in plain and figured patterns and handsome color combinations that are well blended; also plain colored ties with self or contrasting colored embroidered designs. At$1.50 are Silk Four-in Hands, figured and striped in the new fall colorings of blues, greens, reds, browns, etc. Newest shapes, best workmanship. Men's Fine Silk Socks One-fourth to One-third Less Than Former Prices A splendid time for you to buy with you own needs in mind and to antici pate gifts for those whom you may wish to remember at Christmas. The prices are extremely low ar# th qialities.uniformly high. -At $1.80 pair is a fine showing of At $1.00 pair there is a very large Pure-thread Silk Socks with full-fash- lot of Pure-thread Silk Socks, made ioned legs and feet and high spliced expressly for us and featured by us heels and double lisle soles and toes. exclusively in Washington. They They are a smooth, perfect weave. have high spliced double lisle heels and Colors of black, white, navy and cor- toes. In black, white, gray, tan, Palm dovan. Beach and cordovan. Our Highest Grade Men's Shoes Now Priced at $12.75 Pair All of these Shoes have, until the present timne, been selling considerably higher, as many patrons will realize when they see them. Genuine Shell Cordovan Brogue High Shoes, one of the season's most popular models with rubber heels. Genuine Shell Cordovan Brogue Oxfords-a pro nounced English Brogue model with blunt toe and Best Grade Tan Russia Calfskin English High Shoes, in a neat, Dlain, dressy model with medium narrow toe. Finest Quality Tan Russia Calfskin Blucher .High Shoes, made on a comfortable broad toe last for the conservative man or the stout man. Three Styles in Men's Shoes Lowered to $9.75 Pair ~unw Fannel Brogues, wit heavy soles whic have rawhideE insr Pajamas and Night l'lr ''" "d'ness " Thspatcua ofrd''vr Shirts Dark Tan Russia Calfskin Shoes, made on neat fit ting straight English last with rubber heels. Low Priced for Men's Week Men's Dark Tan Winter-weight Blucher Shoes, made Warm, soft, comfortable inthe"odya weta soe.The wholg shla rs hisoedr sigeping garments for the chill so that it is practically waterproof, making it very de autumn and cold winter nights. "irale forslrkug weathrubbd rtiual.t hs You will save by buying nlow,. e h ilk t errbes Men's Outing Flannel Pajamas, in neata strie paten of blue, roomy, with military olar and pocket; all imes. Special at $3.00 Suit Men's Best Quality outing Flan-0 aene s an; abso utey fas coron fasten with pearl buttams and frogs. Spedal at $3.75 Sult Men's Wart. Outing Flannel Night Shirts, V neck and turn down collar styles, cut large and roomy; mimes 15 to 19 inclusive. Specal at $3.50 Suit 30ma Store, First floor. MMY A'LEEO Feintanet Ours Riply to Sist i i ilenes. M,.. i .. a erWr. W. . L. "as and V. X. Osastagham. masaer and owsers et the Peeteasste Apart ment~ e, vutasth and ae streets we e tay led answer to aNit o1 Wder w Graham, t - the air .eviee, to to stasa them fr*0 evisting him thi his apartmeSt. The dsesaets, represented by At tornsy Willa Reary Whte ash ter the diesolat sat the retsamlatg ar der on the oa that It was in providestly 180; that ralhas had not uftUet reerty rights to lus tify the . ing *gge ad that he is set teai. but merel a lodgr. Mrs. Tdrnior deal"e r Gn. ai's alegatis. that s attempt had been made to eater his apartmest unlawfully or that there was any Ip. teats t ce messures to d him other than legal ones. a de fondants also deay that Major Ora. bam routed the apartment as a tee ant; that Mrs. ieuraer supplied all the furniture. the carpet. and the bedding tr his apartment and had her servants to eleei it. to maeh the beds and to see that his laundry was done. She alse declares she had a key to Major Graham's apartment. which the servants used from day to day to enter the place. Justice Mitts took the case under advisement. "LTEOREHOr O JAUZY FOR CARNIVAL Direters of Mfassade Fete Issued Ban eN New Step After Se , ag It Dammed. "The Baltimore Hop" may be all right in Baltimore, but it doesn't go In Washington. When the latest innovation in Jass dancing was introduced by the dancers at: the Masonic carnival, in the new temple at Colorado and Georgia avenues, those in charge of the dancing decided that it was just a bit too modern. So the dancers were asked to stick to the dances which heretofore have been ap proved in Washington. A large crowd attended the dance last night, to celebrate "Royal Arch Night." This evening will be "Eastern Star" night at the carnival. and a large crowd is expected. Mrs. Cora Mayberry, grand matron, and Mrs. Acilene Lomond. supreme grand matron of the lodge, will be in charge. FEDERAL EMPLOYES ARE BALLOTING FOR OFFICERS Ceatest for Presidency of Local Unio. No. 2, F. E. U., Is Clase. Hurd W. Payne, the present ineum bent, may be re-eletred president of Local No. 2. Federal Employes' Union, tonight, according to balloting today. He is being opposed by W. J. Hen dricks, president of the G. P. O. branch of the union, who is rolling up a large number of votes. The election promises to be one of the most closely c ntested in the his tory of the org isation, however. The nominating b lot showed 600 for Payne to 409 for Hendrick. Other officers of the union likewise will be chosen this evening. D. C. NEGROES TO HOLD BIG REPUBLICAN RALLY 4 meeting of c9lored Republicans in Wdshington will be held next Friday night in the Fisherman Temple, F street between Third and Four-and-a half streets southwest. Among those scheduled to speak are William T. Galliher. Henry M. Camp, Francis Wells, S. J. Prescott, Prof. John R. Hawkins, Harry Tignor and 8. B. Thompson. The meeting is under the auspices of the division of Republican Clubs of the Republican National Committee and the Republcan State Committee. DR. SIMON TO PREACH. "The Entrance of Jewish Women Into the Ministry." will be the sub-e ject of the sermoh of Dr. Abram Simon at the Washington Hebrew Congrega tion this evening. Lee Baumngarten, president. urges a full attendance. B.F.KEIT HS; SALfi SUL~i UL'S.et "Masp Reeae"e--et EDODE FOY BOSTO SYPROY Pf333E MONTEUX. Conductor. NIATIONA,-FIv TUnEDAYS AT 4:36. Nov. 3, Noev. 3S Jan. 4 Feb. 1 March 16. Meeists.e S r Spano: .m .- -kSoprano; hue Dehmari, eason tickets. 511.10, Sl.0 ST. $S. GA Y E TY-Ibib helo F Alt This WeekMattnee Dainy POUSE PUFF RE VIE with iambe Ceni Mar'tha Peryor, Jaik Peart. Went Week-dash mange Show CLAKHAWK am..d LUNIMENT, RATfLSNAKCE OIL Relieves Rheumatsm, Lambage May Pever ad Catar Priem 28e Battle At ann...s.n . 1c ase N IS , ? seemee s3. Demet plea 1t, DELYNRD Y IM FIRST SHOWING MALTO AND OA POO NEWS PIC WORLD SEIENS I AT NDDETS 1W.BRI8O FREE L CHRISTIAI By FRANK D of Phaadepsa, Member of The Board of Lect The First Church of Christ, & AT FIRST CHURCH C Cehuhma Road aad Tonight at Under the First Church of Christ, Scie NO COLLECTION P L.OEW'$ PALACE CeutlmuUU. 1O'1 . nU . LAST TWO DAT; DOROTHY GISH ix "Little Miss leblb" .. m.3.,...,.. I BERT LYTEL In 'be Piesof U.4.rnette.u i ATU0NAL t'..*sa .*s . EMILY STEVENS Assisd by Lawweuee Gvurntb P. OT-LOOSE ,.... ...:-:Ak .D Aetbe assee." Starting M.uday-seats selling. HENRY MILLER'S THeAfmm COMPANY STEPPING STONES By Louis K. A.ptr. LOE W'S [COLUMBSIA THE WLOVE Ma. Muray- David Powel Tngt,-at. Tomorro HURST NO~ 373 Tuug.t-14. Tomrro TE ARTA SUIEESr4 WALTE ANO-CEINKdut smna . s*.0 Mmi 4 BOEUR DAILY Tog SR WASHINGTON FURIES OF THE ASISALL GAMES 'x N. Y. SHOWING WINNING PJLL PLAYS, ETC. ECTURE KN Pennsylvania. wrship of The Mother Church. $eutist, in Boston, aaachuaettu. 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