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Men's $5 Shoes "Back on the Map" -at Hahn's! EAL shoes-solid from top to bottom. Calfskin, NOT side leather. Genuine Goodyear welts. We've beer featuring them recently at $5.95-they were grea. values then! Just half a dozen plain, good-looking styles. Tans and blacks, hc dium or wide toe, modified English and Blucher lasts. The sorts th-.t exactly "fill the bill" for 9 out of 10 men. Our 9th St. and Pa. Ave. Stores Open Saturdey Nights ' 414-91St Cor- 1014-16 %Ae\ 7Lh & K 25Pa.Ave.&, I. With A Sensational MEN'S SUI OVERCC A wondu $ .bar75 Suis Sat this price-and all well Clte the popular shades and th styles are represented. priced OCoats! $ .75 ' MI at a price that will * l styles an coluickl. Silk Fibre $2.00 & $2.50. M.ci d o SHIRTS SHIRTS Have the appeaae Mras. P~ier . ec..E' $4.50 $5.50 Chamoisette Regular $2.00 Values Values GLOVES MEN'S CAPS Regular $2.50 Gloves Just the article of dress 8 6 fa$ioabe45 t a i $1.00. Regular $3.50 FALL iedi5 You'll find every wanted shape and color represented in this lot. 1.. GMTHERSBURG FARM SWEPT Bf BA LAZE W. 0. Doeh Property Suffers $7,600 Damage-Other Hap penings in Rockville. ItCJCVILLE. Md.. Oct. 31.--MnT gomery county Democxrats hold a big rally at Culeaville Wednesday even tug in the interest of their etat and county tickets. cunty CosiuneIOner Odorion W. Roby presided and ad dresses were delivered by Miate Comp troller E. Brooks Les. John A. Oar rett. Robert L. Tolson, Dr. George L. Edmunds and Preston B. Itay. The celebration of "Community Night" in the Kockville Baptist Church last evening in connection with the oe orati (f the one hundredth anntiversary of the found ing of the church, attracted a large gathering of ull denominations. The address was delivered by Judge Ed ward V. Peter. The lwriri on the farn of Williein 0. l)osh. near (.aitheruburg, this county. wan destroved by fire Wed ienday afternoon, together with a largU 4quan tityv of whee'at. forty tons ot hay. a quantity of straw. a number of farmitg impleentst tao other things The to"s to placeed att sbout 7,500 andi Is partially covered by insurance. Mrs. Ann lizatw-th Taylor. wife of John i. Taylor, of Washington. died recently at the hone of her sister. MAra. Amnnda Hesm. at Gaithersburg. The loss is placed at about $7,500 and this county, aged sixty-nine years. The funeral took plate from the home of Mrs. Helim. bui al being in Forest Oak Cemotery, Gaithersburg. 5.000 STRIKING PLUMBERS RESUME WORK IN CHICAGO ('iiC'AG(tP Oct. 21.-4ive thousand members ot the journevmpn plumbers and gas fitters union, who have been Purchase I TS a Values up to $50 lot comprises the $ k now n CIass %-first in qual knd style - and at only Values up\ & oats to $60 f A lot made up of the' finest coats we could buy-priced awatybe low competition. ts Every Day Witi 10USER! $7.50 $10.00 Values Values $5.00 $61 .OTrHNG DEPT. 1s. FLOOQ_ en strike einee the annooenaeet of Judge Landi' wage award of $1 in stead of su 3; an hems. have retura "d t work unsder St agresueft signed 00% Ie Mt fNubrW* AsserW ties rheir return Is said to remove &I most the lamt ebstacle to an uimedl ate building boom. Carpenters. who have been holding out for a wage scale of $1.63 an hour. aim are returning to work at the Landis' wage scaleso It was said. CALF EATS PRIZE PUMPKIN. SLEEPS IN PRIZE CORN IjYaLXUWFWN. Pa., ct. ?1 bucks mounty's champion pumpkin raiser is In a quandary. fur him prize pumpkin is In him prine calf; the calf 1o iI his prize cornfield. and the champion himself. J. it. Corswil. It In his barber shop wondering what to do. The calf disappeared. and when he found the blamed thing at the end of a blundering trail through his cornfivid, It was sleeping a goriged sleep after eating a hole in the 351 pound pumpkin. Cornell can't decide whether to operate on the calf to remove the pumpkin seeds. am he has received an offer of $10 a pound !or them. FINDS DAUGHTER AFTER EIGHTEEN YEAR SEARCH CHKTER, Pa., %et. 21.-After searching for eighteen years for a daughter from whom he became sep arated when she was mix yearn old, Henry lelman, a business man of this ity, told yesterday of a reun~on witl his child. The girl ii now Mirs Ma: Wasserberg. and her home in it Hirvoklyn. N. Y. When her mother died, Hernuan I, the little girl go to Brooklyn to I%. for a while with relatives. Ileymnua mays the relativex refused to perni him to see her andi that he wag unabbt to learn of her whereabouts until re cently PRAIRIE FIRE SWEEPS AREA OF 700 SQUARE MILES OMAHA, Neb. Oct. 21.-The worm prairie fire in a decade. in the vidnriy of ('allaway. Neh.. swept t hat territon venterday, burning a strip nesentY iles long and ten miles wide, from North Platte northeast. It started. presumshl from a mpniik from a locomotive. Reorem of horses and cattle were burned to death. 5N ,hd *75 A AGenuine VELOURS The last word inMe' SHata. Regu- nAA larly $8 to.U $10. NOW 75c Grade UNDERWEAR ) Two-piece Balbriggan garments, regularly 75 cents the 4 garment. NOW oP bDUN anticip we've salsmm FOUR GRDUATE FROMHOSPITAL AT ILEXANORIA Dr. Powell Awards Diplomas to I Nurses Other Items of A Interest. AbiGXANiittA, Oat. 2t.-raduS :It nXI in48s Of Ihe 1921 Cland of nurie at Alelndli ilouital w6C*1 held lamt night. Dr. M. D. Delaaey 1wedit.ded1 adil antroduced the speak 4ru. A itimaiW program wan ren itred following which Dr-. Liwilynll Powell ireentA d dliplonas to the fol .owing: I Mina Mae Cavanaugh. Mi,4 Mary, l i t - rilanit, Mills Janie Waddell \1u-arren anid MisN Janet C'atherine 'lark Richard S4tuart. held I)y FAIrFtax ;ihoritiem aii a witness in the tall" i William If. Oehlert. chargid with he kiling of Henry Brisoce Satur lay night, has been releaned elai .,,4000 bnd. No date ham hen fixud offr the trial. rhe lEawants 'ih held a luncheon a the Weestinitistr huidi na yiter. 7 aid h-ard ai address by S. ooper a)nwson, of the WaAhitmon ;m"auinl, *'llub. Ktrk F0. Walls:(9 Inderuied ieveral vocal selectilns. The funeral of Mrs. Margaret Nei ii, kllil - Washington Wednes Liv when she was struck by an mu omoilerojl at Sixteefnthj ant1d see-tp i.orthwest. will hq hold front Christ I piscopr.l Church at 2 p m. tomor row The ltuv. William J. Morton will officiate'. Pa. Industrial Figures. iapitil inve,tetd in manufneturing .1 h state of Pennsylvania incrte :i4 d roi 13.119.411.000 to -S6.27,26;, #)fill or 977 er cent, fron 1 914 10 1919lf. whiba the numbler or indivi&di establishmients incremod onlyV 1. ier cent. fh 'en* it Bulreatu -in ou need tndmv. 3 G rade ) 3 0 GARTERS The fmous Pari NOW $1.5 Grade Sthei reg-i Pri uand price. NOW- 19 d er t t aeo h offdheavy busnes ull n ntontai eovte nus..s .u.g. .s.u Tb.s aboawa Cot-Il16 sad 4 Sila. Estabu.bed 1877 A. LISMER. Poeeer U Anniversary Sebe-Tenwrw the Last Dt 9 The Bargain Basement I Vevte Dess I nepcuesece yor rit elo h tls I y o q o ew Hos Drse Wno IL m' Umbelas I UTM"IE F* W & \ I .. ni Them ic ture, sketche byn ou rw rilt, ellin of hetle. Whe o us ntpe. e l quality of the milsused ndt lanofe slk awolebide r an0ikbadti- , minst ymoua winghfull apprcite tnahinnivelrsy offer ing. Sizes for misses andn woe- h desr$0. J -ar gai Baf 13 pcseen. n ~ ete hnls NestwitHoue dresspoes. Thme drth for ,the o mano Thsofrlashv l 4rY Alo Pi " 4 tuo meaur . W hileaa ut o he m s ep n niut 1- fu lly large thev ar gai siehape0lf hei-t ,s B~uablem aut. welbut atd th nieraySl berict Amo9,keaai ginghm, staigh SoeWitoues Nfembod Sweaters Sud-iihGoe $3.49 1-utnLnt A Special Priceh-o lvsae ir o Tuxedo and slip-on modielit- lal ntxueta ud i in the newly fashionable shades -bcuetef ri isnau c of copen a'nd navy blues. to- trd iekdt h ~ n miato, greenx, brownst black and th toc. Szs 6 o 7.i -oi bmations of honey dew And whlite, andi black and white. Dars h niesr rc Qua~lity Sweaters at a Special i iiuosy ltl-1c pi. A n nI et sary Pr-ie-53.49.-Bar- agi ae et gain Basement. INew Topless Corsets Io t' UnoUSi .Sateerday Spe A specially designed model$.0 for petite Ani slender women. Weverly made-tof pink coutil lightly honed throughoul. with atist teo th tyles. @ mlAstic yARoua top- Anniversary offr alPr,$.9-Bargain Base New ous DresesWomen's Umbrellas 1 Shaply EtrftSlz~"Gloria" has all the appear for t' womn of ance of piure silk. wearing longer I 4~~ ~ l~a'ttn~pur. Wile bentause of the mixture of cot. U i-Utfol la~c hey r~ hapiV. ton. t~.~t mosiaggigha. ataiht ANl fashuionable colors. im. U I ad aislie efetswih cl- proved Paragon frae.,g * lr. uff tiii ociete in -'~- Bak alite ring handles, mili. tras wit thedres proer. ary' ieather handles. Somewit touhesof enbrid- These umbrellas have all the f'rY. All izea-46 t 52. A ppearaner of the most expen I nivrsar Priv, $ii3.-BarK i ee..Just 100 of themo--o dia-U Basement.tribute at the Anniver-sarv Sale g Price, 82.98.-Bargain Basement. Wome's Nw ~ Suede-finish Gloves . U $3.49 I A SecalPrr ~Bttn enthThese Gloves are more re Tuxeo ad thp-o moels liable in texture than Suede Kid in te nwlyCasjonbli ehdea-beause the fabric is manufac. * of (I~n~tid na'y bles. t lured. Lsike kid to the eye and g * iuiiina~t~ o hoey cw nd the touch. Sizes 6i to T.in Modei. rayst. Browne and will and blac Rfl ~hie. lacks. The Anniversary Price K Qualty S eates Siis tidiculously little-79e pair.- g I gai Baseent.Bargain Basement. m Nw Tplss orsts Women's Warmer . U $.19Underwear ' A SatrdaySpecal Women' a 'nion Suits A peill eugE' odl$1.00 " fnibbedt-telond -leider wogen. I lihtl bond trougout wit lastle. Made with Dlut.h n' k. * .lasi'~..os to *~nierary elbow sleeves, ankle l-nch '~ae triu', i I9.Baraif B s izes 40 to 44. Get y.om~ - t morrow-at the Annn, r.n mnefli.Sale Pr-i e of $I.00 per suit. - U Silkand oolose Bargain Basement. $1.50Children's School . g $2.30O Quality at Bloomers , Women who approciate style. comfort and bargains, will appre rift~e this opportunity size. f I'drlg Si. fu to 10 in H-eather mixtures of Greens. r-owns and Garnet Bl f aie An *-er *lrregular weavee-t2. grade-- edwokmeh~sorhln Anni' ersarv Sat" Pr'.e.. 51- frrmpn hide 0.r pair.-Bargain Basemient. Ii ikadbak iheat U Women's New ~ C-~gU aeet Bloomers Nee ~cia a39c Arn Why Pay 50c? Trhese r-einfor'ed flesh color39 I jrey Knit luloomere-reinforced A pca rc I and with elastic hands at waisa and kneea---are har-gAins at 5.%. Te arn ne e . All sis'-inl the Anniverary sg fte Arai-ahr~ Sale at 390 pair.-Bargainl Bas-e- iec fteWola h h a Windsor C..repe bisAl'e-a H Bloomers c-agiBsen. Special at hc Price Ne SikPtcos Bloesof genuline Windsor$35 UCre-pe-the beat --in Blue HirdWhPa -ndr Rlosebud pattotins. Preate Mae.s i'll fith oa * truly hewitching gArments ofulfiue flaeaan Women who love the dainty andI rsyil.inbakadcor, be.nigtifuil will bei enthuimiastic wt et rife. Snc wt *pirrhaser s at ih" Anni'.etwarv net f.otaln oo qA sah. Price. 69.-BarBain eate *UUUUUUEE39cUUUUU"