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Seen in Klan
Whole-sale Anreatt? Exp-r-rte?:
IsTien Friend? of Hoodec
Slayer Suap-ect Try tt
Eatabltah Alibi for Then
KuKltix Deny Killing,
? .harte Another Ser ret Or
der With ."?.(100 Members
Puniob-ed Liquor Sell-rfl
?arenal Diagallh ta The Trfhmma
MER ROUGE, U . Dee. W.-Whol?
ral? arrests for a?r|ury may he th?
< uteeaa? ?f th? pri??f.]tlon of the men
??eted of k?inf Watt Daniela an?!
-t.bs Richards, it beeame known
Propaganda a?nt out by frlenda of
?>?? ander a-uaaleion, ?ay-inr th?y will
? the ?Und arn-i testify to
I which is contrary to the facts as
? cent? charte them to
-g carefully sifted. Already
are looking up th? r?c
tords of ?cvrral men who hare ?aid they
? libra for suspect?, and
?imony is in eontradi
act?. it ?as aia.<-d on highest au
-,'.y, perjury chargea will reault.
MONROE. La., Dec 30-I?v???tlga.
own to har?
?d in Morehousc Pariah, La., and
jnty Ark., ?nd 'I'-voted tio the
?cement of the liquor iat?
r a?.? ??rent?
?tati?-? of the
K ix Klan, it ?11 learned
? foi the kt-lnapirn: .,f tn? ft?-?
? atMn a??ert '?
ai th?r? wprr other unidentified or?
_salratlo?s tKtiTt In thrs trrrif ory on?
of tk?m could have ttrptt rated tbt
mob action of Au-rust 14.
A in nber of independent societies
wort stud to bar? later mer-red into
tha LotitUna-Arkansa? La?* and Or?
der Laaa-ti?. which waa purported to
bare a nembarahi** of appro*, i m at? I y
BALTIMORE. Md.. Dae. SO.-Indica?
tion that th?- frht to k??p Dr. B. M.
"4-Koia, ??-Mayor of M?r R ago, 1 ? .
fro* b#inf returned to that ?tat?,
whr-r? K? i? want?d on a charge of
murder, would br ron'mued to th? la?t,
>?? given to-day whan ei-U
. Diitrtet Attorn?) Rob?rt R
('arman, the physician's counsal, aaid
_e bad nantloAed th.* rat? to Judge
John C. Ro??-. of th? t'rrltH SuUi Dts
? oart. Mr. (arman visited Judge
Ro?? concerning another ca?<? i.it aft?r
a consultation, in which th? MfKoin
?a? mentioned, edmittt-d that a
wrrt of habr?? corpua und?r Federal
i ctlon waa a possibility.
Dr. MeKoin. who was arraited "a?t
Tuesday nt th? request of Governor
Paiker of Louttiana in connection
with the murder of Watt Daniels and
Thomas Richards, two of a party of
five men kidnaped in Morehous? Parish
last summer by a hooded mob, spent
to day in his cot at the hospital b
ail. luffering from an attack ?f
hitn. H< was reported to have
sper.t a rattful day and was expected
to be about ?fain in another day or so.
Mr. Carman again said that he
would make no further move toward
obtaining his client** releaee until
after the extradiction hear
Governor Ritchie. ?
"Smoky JorV' Son Hurt
Fireman Hit on Head With
\\4? Whilr Fiuhting Blaze
Fireman Joseph Martin, at Hook and
Ladder S. son of Depu -rtoky
Joe** Martin, was ??ruck on the h?ad
with an axe in the hand?
fir*man y??t?rdn-. r'*i|" boart.s
.-howits ft Abraham?
stitches wer.? taken in the wound at
' ? ???-ich Mar- '
The fir1*, which did damage of only |
$10(1, rir*;*-. -i!ies in npart
m.-rts above the ?
did n<-t roach their dwellings. I*.
irm was undiscn?.
N. J. Jii(ige?hip to Loainp
Candidate for Governoi
Hardinp- Appoint? William N.
Runyon for Piare et U. 8.
WASHINGTON, rvr .10 Wlll!?m N.
Runyon, th? "-Inglng State Senator" of
New tleraey. 1? th? fir?t "lame duck" to
be named by Pre?ident Har.ling for of?
fice ?Inee the Norrmbcr upheaval. Sen?
ator Runyon was nam?d to-d?y for
I'nlted Sute? district judLff? In New
Runyon w?i candidate for Governor
in the recent election, being th? run
nica mate of S?T?mr Jo?eph ?. Fre
lingnuy?en. H? served is Gtreemor for
a brief time after Edge took his seat
as Senator, and 1? hignly regarded in
HI? friend? -ber? ?re hoping that h ?
el?va?.|. n to th? Federal bench will n-1
Interfere with hi? munc. For y?ar? ? I
dinner?, meetings or at th? doting se
? Ion? of a Legislature his friends ha*.?
forced him to ?in? hi? fav? rlt<? -
The tad of *. Perfect D?y."
The linking of Dt O - with
? ???y at th? Rat" woold perhaps be ?
. parallel, hr? I win
th? ?:ngipg of "The End of ? !*?
by S?n?trr Runyon
Tbrer Rank Hondila Iririitili? I
KANSAS CITY, M
ne?#e? of th? hold up of Drorer
tional Rank m???engers h? I
in which |?7,00fl was obtained. *
identified James C*?T?rty, ?.- rg\ V.
Ham? and Kr'd MeClur? a? m?*mr..
| th? bandit gang. CarertT and
1 llama were arrested In N?w ?Ir'-a
early this week.
4JH5 PI PTO AVBNt-JB
Ta-fiaW? . *Dimm*ha*h*Wt . JurtittS
Jinal Clearance Sale
Jail and Winter modeh
Prices Bel(rw Cost
Coats, Gowns & Suits
Evening Wraps, 3 Piece Costumes
Lord & Taylor
TELEPHONE I'lTzRoV 190O
JANUARY WHITE SALES
Lingerie, Negligees, Petticoats
Household and Decorative Linens
Blankets and Comfortables
Sheets and Cases
Longcloth, Nainsook, Outing Flannel
Madame Irene Corsets
OTHER IMPORTANT SALES
Women's and Misses' Coats
Boys' Wash Suits
Girls' Gingham Dresses
DETAILS WILL BE ANNOUNCED
IN THE MORNING AND EVENING
NEWSPAPERS ON TUESDAY
McCreery January Events
Beginning Tuesday Store Closed Monday
Famous Ovar Half a Century
? Th? Original Silk Shop'
White Silks That Show the Trend
of the Coming Season
Silks distinct iw In design are daily arriving fresh from the looms of their
?ivators. In thest> will be found the style trend for the coming season
We are also showing many new and attractive fabrics for Southern wear.
White Sport Crepes
Por suits, skirta and frocks ??? ""v? ? d*-"*?* 4"
inches? ?dr. yar?ll.a>0
The populan Spring fabric in White, it is 10 todies
Crepe de Chine
Of a rich heavy quality in White, to ?nchea m-Ae.
White Rough Trash Pongee
\ sport fabric which Is now prooiiiient in Southern
Apparel. 30 inches milk? Y***** i9i
White Sport Satins
Satin retains its popularity for all manner of sport
things. Thi&is a heavy, lustrous quality. 40 indi-,
Rich? Heavy Satin
In Ivory White for Bridal Gowns, 36 inches wide,
\Y hite Broadcloth Suiting Silk
An excellent quality, which is extremely service?
ul'le. 33 inches wide. yard 1.9S
Negligees and Robes
Greatly Reduced Just
for This January Sale
IVe have grouped several charming styles
of n*egligees taken from our regular stock,
!)*?lu<??t tlirin as ,t special offering.
All an most exceptional valu
\?';J?gee! "t' Crepe Salin, cmlu-lli-dicd
with matching Georgette and French Bow -
er?, siso models of (wo-toiird (hilfoiis,
( itjH- Meteors, ?tencil?cd Satins, Crepe de
Chino ami I. Sale Price, 22.50
y\ Negligees of Crepe de Chine and 1.
Georgettei?, I.a??-, Crepe .Meteors, two?
lourd Chiffons, Satins interlined with
,:.'\\ lamb'?, wool and lined with >iIk, Citar*
inrusr lined with wool albatross. Soft,
??ool p.istd tints as well as warm tones
are featured. Sale Price, 12.50
Tea Oowuv ..f ^..fl rich fabrics such as
CliitTon Velvets, Brocades, painted Vel?
vets and Satin Meteors. Sale Price. 49.00
Another Group of Tea Gowns is fash
ioned of shim inning Satin Meteors, rich
Brocades, and both Chiffon and painted
Velvet*. Sale Price. 75.00
Annual Sale of
Annual Sale of
Bed Spreads and
The low prices bi this ??ale provide
actual savings of ninny dollars on
blankets, lied spreads and comfort?
ables of the better quality.
500 Plaid Blankets
bound. Tan, Hose, Pink, Blue,
Gray and Lavender Block
January Sale of
Muslin Sheets and Cases
54 x 00 inches.each 9.3c
M x 99 inches.each 1.10
03 x 99 inches.each 1.25
63 x 108 inches ...cd. 1.40
7?. x99 inches.each 1.40
72 x 108 inches. ...each 1.50
?1 x 90 inches.each 1.50
81 x 108 inches_each 1.65
90 x 99 inches.each 1.-65
90 x 108 inches ...each 1.85
Muslin Pillow Case?*
M x 30 inches.each 2<8c
4.5 x 3d inches.each 35c
?15 X 38) o inches . . each 40c
50 x 30 inches..each 40c
.54 x 3d inches.each 45c
Other M-*-.!?nSli(\*t*r,. Iimnird.
M \ M m I.?-s. r?ch 1.10
Other Miwliii Pillow Cute?,
liciiiiucd. 45 x 3(j iiiches,
All-wool White Blankets, of fine Cali?
fornia wool, with colored horde?,
Single bed size.pair ??25
Double bed size .pair 10.75
Wool-and-cotton White Blanket?,
warm and serviceable in quality, ana
bordered in Pink and Blue:?
.Single bed size.p.?i?" ?5?JJ
Double bed size.pair ?$???*
Comfortables, lamb's wool-filled.**
new floral patterns of Rose or < open
hagen Blue, plain color sateen hot*
ders. Full double bed size, each 6.7?
filled, figured top and back with pl??n
color sateen border of Ro>? ? ?r < o|*n
hagen Blue, each ?V*
Candlewick Spreads, fall size, in
various colors and design .-. h*jj
Crocliet Spread*, full size.
each 1.95 and 2.50
FIFTH AVENUE udllltfU IflullI ??? jf Ql UUt 34TH STREET
Mail and Telephone Orden Promptly Filled Telephone FiuRoy 3400