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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1912.
TO END OF BAY STATE
Toll Vnh Mftiinsfcinent . He'd
Jfathor Circle Track Than
H Mk4 rt Speech. .
n0 TIMP OF 102 MILES
With .Mrs. Tuft nnd Party rrcsl
dciit Kiiiin Through .Mnssa
cliiisftts in n Day.
Pai.tos Mima., Oct, 5. -President nnd
'Irn Tuft motorol practically from one.
cimI of MiisNirlm.K'ttH to the other to-day.
Ihey left Itoxerly early thU morning,
li.id" luncheon at SprinefloUl nnd arrived
hT about l o'clock to Friend tho week
end nt I he reeidencn of Senator Murray
Crane The President's sK'cdometcr rcfi-i-tTf
I a total diwtiinco of 182 miles. It
wan the longest lnslo day' motor ride
th President ha over made.
Hie trip Y"i mado through Worcenter,
sprinttHeld, Ienox nnd Pittelleld. It
m.i.h well advertised and ths Pretddcnt
as erected in many of Uio small town
aleiiK the route, which wero decorated
with IUrh and bunting. Although ho
wore a diiKter and a dark felt hat many
feriin along tho road recognized him
no h!. automobile Fped along. Mr. Tnft
r.n.-i il his hut and ftmlled in acknowledge
tnetit of their greetings. Mln Mabel T.
Itoardman, Senator Crnne'a elMex-in-I
in, and Major Thomas L. Rhoadeo,
L' S A., tlm President's aid, were also
mnilicr. of tho party.
An extra car went along to carry th
Ivigsagu and for use in cane of an accident
to the President's cur. Tour secrot
h-rvtce men occupied, a third car, which
trailed along a few hundred yard behind
th President. It wan a bright and balmy
autumn day and the iTceident and Mrs.
laft enjoyed the trip immensely,
A stop of a few minutes was made at
I'.iltner,-- where a county fair was in
progress, The managern of tho fair
n.sHoctation met the President at the en
trance to the fair grounds.
"Would you rather make a fpeech or
ride around tho truck In your ntito?"
the President wan naked.
"I'd much rather ride around the
track," Mr. Taft replied with u smile.
I'ho cpectatorH at tho fair had an un
expected treat in heeing the President nt
ilo range as lie motored around tho
ratetrack. The fair association fur
tuohed two outrider In uniform, who
enoorted him. The crowd cheered.
t.'otigiesstnan filllett entertained the
l'nstdeiit and Mr, Taft at luncheon,
which was served in the public dining
room of the hotel.
Hhortly after leaving Springfield the
Presidential car struck a steep live mil"
hill, known us Jacob's I.-idder, which is
a tenor t motorists. The Taft car, how
ever, had no difficulty in reaching the
summit from which is u grand view for
iillles in every direction. The President
tupped his car a few minutes to enjoy
tno vista. The last p.irt of the trip was
through Innx"and Pittsfield, where many
summer residents recognized the Presi
dent and waved at him. Senator Crane
nnd his son, Wmthrop Murray Crane, Jr.,
met the President ut Ienox. Senator
Crane rode in the President's car, but
Mr. (Yane. Jr . acti as mthdnder.
Tho President reached Senator Crane's
residence here ut H o'clock. He had no
tire trouble or any other delay. H will
attend churchjheru to-morrow and in tho
afternoon may luako a few calls on friends.
He will resume his auto trip on Monday
morning when he will leave Dalton for
Manchester, Vt. He will be met at the
Mate line by (iovernor-elect Fletcher and
1 t Williams, A stop of aliout two hours
will U uutde. in Urnttleboro for luncheon.
'1 ho President will vhsit Townsend, where
his father 'was born, and will spend the
reght as the guest of Robert T. Lincoln
a' Manchester. On Tuesday Mr. Taft
will motor from Manchester to Montpelier.
when- on Wednesday morning he will
n.ane an address before the joint assembly
if the Vermont legislature. Thursday
right will be spent at Rretton Woods,
nil Thursday the President will visit
Secretary of the Treasury MacVeagh ut
I 'ill., in. N' H The return trip to Heverly
will be made on Friday.
OHIO CAMPAIGN SLOW.
Much Kilt huslnain nt Candl-
foi.PMnrs. flhio, Oct. 6. II. M. Daugh
erty and Walter F. Urown, State chair
man of the Kepulilican nnd Progressive
committees respectively, left to-night
f'ir New ork, the former to secure speak
ers ol national note nnd the latter to
infer with Col. Roosevelt as to pluns for
ne Utter s thiee day trip about tho State
weeks lience. ncnaior lownsena
i Michigan is billed for two or three
I alt speecLes next week, as are also .1
V'latn Redo of Minnesota und John M
Harlan of Chicago.
I he ballot will contain six State tickets
nop iblicun. Democratic, Progressive,
i't ih.bitionist. Socialist and Socialist
I at.nr. 'Jliere are nlso a few Independent
.inili'lates scattered over tho State for
: i'Ik i.i 1 jiflictM. The threo lead ng candi
da'es for (iovernor have liegun thoir
lampiigns, but without stirring up much
t.nt. .1 ii li ar ii to Sprnk In Qneena.
1 .lnlmson of California, l'roifresslvn
'late for the Vice-Presidency, will
' m .lamnlca on Monday night With
' 'i III tin .Imtire fiscnr A II undler of Ala
n 'Hie rouressit) State omtnllteo
irrunaeri ulso lor-a mentlng .In the
. i .. I i.tnn l.enrix avenue and llllth
"' ne.t Saturday night, which will be
k . -sp( hv Oscar S. Straus and .Indite
i i i iidsi.y of Denver.
ROOSEVELT WIRES TO CORBETT,
iiKlllnt Thnt All Hull Moown
re film! He Is Belter
P"ii Attn piiia, Oct. C Among tho tele
er ii , - received to-day by James J. Corbett
w.i- "rie Iroin Col. Roosevelt. It read:
I 'i'l Mom-en delighted nt your im
r. ennui llest wislies."
' l.i uirh he has not yet been pro-
'u' eil nut of dancer tlio surgeons nt
Mlirwiii Hospital, where CorWtt wns
.it I on f(ir upiendi:UlH, consider his
' In mil us remaiUab (i when It is tnKen
tisiileiiition that tho operation was
il'irinnl lust Tuesday and peritonitis
ii billowing the oeratlon. The a-
i is expected to recuperate rapiajy.
ELKUS HURT IN AUTO SMASH.
MISSBS md JUNIOR!
As the season advances the scarcity of
the correct fabrics for the Fall and
Winter becomes apparent.
The list below will serve as an index to the
things in vogue we have them ready-to-put-on,
or made in accord with your own ideas if you
prefer and at the sensible prices which have
contributed to this Store's wonderful success.
"Better Goods for the Same Money or the
Same Goods for Less Money Than Elsewhere"
"The Big Store
GREENHUT-SIifiEL COOPER G.
BOTH SIDES Or 6'" WE. ,J.B.GRlWHUT.Pra I8TH AND 19 STSv
'lN NEW YORK'S SII0PP1NGCENTER
Of wool velours, velours dc laine,
satin matclassc, camel's hair suitings,
tiltil suitings, vicuna suitings, velvet;
velveteen and sponge cloths in plain colors, stripes, diag
onals and novelty weaves, and rich broadcloths many of
them fur-trimmed and braid-trimmed at- $35 to $500
GoWns & silk-embossed, brocaded and velvet
... matelassc; velvet and silk brocades;
Ps embossed and crepe charmcusc; plain
and embossed satins; cashmere de soic and brocaded chif
fon trimmed with Chantilly and metal laces; gold, silver
and gun-metal brocades; pearl, rhinestonc and other semi
gems; and rich furs notably blue, white, black, Sitka and
silver fox; chinchilla, ermine, civet cat, skunk, skunk coon,
moleskin, opossum, white or black caracul and silver rat
at $85. $100, $125, $150, $175 end uw
at $65, $75, $85, $95 w wwi
Of serge, velvet, corduroy, novelty
cloths, charmcuse, crepe cashmere
and other new materials
at $28, $35, $40, $45, $50
Of warm but light weight heather
mixtures, vicunas, wool velours, mate
lassc satins, Bannockburn and Done
gal coatings, including luxurious fur-trimmed garments
at $25, $30, $35, $45, $55 up to $175
Of charmeuse, satin, chiffon, net. lace
and beautiful combinations, in all the
fashionable new shades at $25 to $75
Other Blouscs-of $12.50, $15 & $18
I.ner TnliM Header When re
Ucr' Car lilts II iinnlxiul.
I!' n HxsK, N J, Oct 5. Ahram I.
I' ' 'ii a lawyer of 170 Mrondway, was
' r iwn nut of his light gasolene runabout
day as he was being driven from his
h !" on Tower Hill to the Mat Ion,
i he nui'hiiie was running along Mon.
p 'dli street near tho station an automo.
'mi m which .Mrs Churchill, wife of
rce . ii ( liiirelilll, a liroker or
11 lli-vidway, hkidded on tho slippery
nieiii uiki siiueii Mr Minis s ugmer
'lie a glancing blow
M I Ikiis was knorked from his seat
' ' ground, revolving si gilt cuts on
Ins hands and knees. Neithor of tho
autrimrihiliis vm mnrh Humfiffed Mr.
I Ik'ig returned homo, changed his clothes
The newest exclusive creations of
such French modistes as Georgette,
Paul Poiret. Virot. Berthe. Maria
Guy, Evelyn Varon, Reboux, Alphonsine, Talbot, Guy,
Louison, Lanvin, Marie Louise. Maison Lewis, Chanel and
Francois of London are now on display, together with many
new models of our own at $18 to $25
o L Every desirable Fur is included in this
lC collection of Fur Coats for touring-car,
turs limousine and evening wear; Fur Sets
of perfectly matched, lustrous skins; Separate Muffs and
Scarfs exclusive styles and irreproachable qualities.
We welcome your inspection whether merely
to see the new things or to make purchases.
JFiftb Atmtu at 4fith trt
OF BAY STATE G. 0. P.
American sll attempts by public demon
strntlons or private Intimldntlon to intlu
enco the action of courts mid juries in mat
It lieloro them We approve the eflorts
of the loyal rltiens of Lawrence to give
prominence to the American nag n the in
slimlu of justice nnd liberty, law and order.
Ihe platform rontained more of the
so-called Progressive planks than ever
, ,,, , V' : " " loin-eiuion neinro,
Convention NltmCR lllft hlPOtorSi dUH.it is. said to the eflorts of Mr. Walker
, ,, , T i. I A list of Presidential electors is headed
anu llOHI'S nenmur jiiiuu n ny Jonn u. nates or Urookluie and David
, ( r. union or rainier.
Speech. Originally tho organization men deter
mined to name former Oovs .Inhn n
l-ong nnd John I. Hates ns electors at
WAXTS SO I. W. V. I'A nADKS 1 I'TKo. hen the committee mot earlier
Mr. Walker, Candidate for C5ov
ernor, Says Party Must He
Cleaned of Uossisin.
Boston, Oct. 6. Senator Henry Cabot
Lodge, as chairman of the Republican
State convention to-day in Tremont
Temple, sounded the keynote of tho cam
paign to bo mado in this state ny tho old
party. It wusnsthodefenderof the Con
stitution, the. preserver of representative
government by the opli, that Senator
Idgo asked for suport for tho Itopub
lican party He denounced tho initiative,
the referendum nnd the recnll ns schemes
designed to transfer tho government
to n small minority of tho voters.
The Senutnr urged upon tho convention
opposiUon to tho lending features of the
platform of tho Progressive party. Ho
advised Republicans to npiieal to tho
that the younger men of tho party must
im) rooogni7.ca irom now on, nnd accord
ingly liong was displaced in favor of
Mr. union, a young attorney.
1 urkrrs Who Are Tnurlnir
Cuuntrr It on it hy Ante
I.eno.x, Mass,, Oct. 6. .Motor arrival nt
Hotel Asplnwall to-duy from New York
includs Mr. and Mrs. V. I . llebflvour. Mr,
and Mrs. .1 K. Vansulen (Packard), Mr. und
Mrs, .1. A. Wee (Pierce); Mrs. d. w. t'nrlcton
MIk ( urlelon, .Mrs. WIIIIriii P Comnloii
(I'eeriessi .-urs. niiuuey aim arnilii;, Sirs
H. W. Miller. M. Arthur .lohnson (I'ndlllacl
Mr. und Mrs. James M. Kdwurds i.stnvenxl
.Mr. and Mrs. .lames ft, Kelser. Misses Pthel
anil urson nwr inniioin, .nr. nun .Mrs,
. b, usies irticoi , .nr. ano Jirs oonn ii mui
llvan. Miss Iteclna. O'Hulllviiu il'nikdidl
Mr. and Mrs, Meihen Jtaker. Miss Mnry
T. linker. Klhert I., linker iPone-llnrtrordi
Dr. nnd Mrs. .'. V . Kenney, .Miss Sin-atitin
( awiey, .miss natiiiiruiu lawiey (Locoiuo
n nm'HV, i onn., net ;,. Auto arrivals
oeo)lout)on tho broad irinr'iplo of popular , nt Hotel Klton to-dsy Include Mrs. Untiles
self government by majorities, and had . BM
no doubt of victory on that issue. i luirles It. Wyckon;. White Plains, N. v.
Tho nnmo of Theodore Roosevelt was
not mentioned by a single sjieaker. al
though Senator Idgo made indirect
reference to the Colonel's third term
Joseph H.tfWnlker, Republican candi
date for Oovenior, in his address said
tliat the Republican party would Itavo
to bo cloaned of "Penrose and Penroselsm
und other bossistn." Walker Is tho first
regular Republican of any prominence
to denounce Penroso nmf his remarks
were received in n surpristnl silence.
Tho convention put itself on record
ah denouncing any I. W. V imrades
to influence the trial of hi lor. (liovannltt
and Caruso. The action of Umrence
citizons In giving prominence i In Old
fllory was praised as patriotic, The reso
u'a ilnnouBcs aa dancerous and un-
on Ideal tour i.iinunursi. n. i. i hapmitn
and wife, Atluntio C 'Ity. on Ideal tour ( llulck) ;
Mr. und Mrs. John J. O Ilrlen, .New rk
city to Waterhury and leiurn Ktewns
Duryeai Mrs. n. i.. miisiiii, .miss ii. v
llradley. Miss II, HulTen, T ,1 Tnnner, New
Vork city to Iloston (Menrns) Mr nnd Mrs,
I". M. Orlftlths, .Sow ork city to Iloston,
MANCHHsrKii, t Oct 3,-.rrlvnls hy
auto at Iho hqulliox House Include the
following from .New ork Mr. and Mrs,
II. Heaver Jones (Stevens), Mr. nnd Mrs,
W II. Tyson, J. J. O'llrien (Pirrcs), II,
llnvenhnll nnd fatnlly Packard), Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Putnam (Cndllluci. Mr. nnd Mrs,
K. Ii. Mixer (I'eerlrssi
I, esox, Mass., Oct ft -Automobile ar
rivals rrom New ork lit Curtis Hotel to
ilsv liicludfl Mr slid Mr, h. M. Htone, Mr,
hd Mrs. K. I. Blinmon (Knox): Mr. and
Mrs, (!. II. t'urtK Mr and Mrs, C, t. Hart
lett (Chalmers). Mr. and Mr. h, h. Halt.
Mr, and Mrs, I. l. HiimsII, Mr sml Mrs,
H, I), Boardmun (Corblni. Mr. und Mrs.
K. I vMa4her, Mr. and Mrs. C. Barber
60 Stamps FREE
These 60 free stamp are offered solely to en
courage the starting of new books: and they are In
addition to the other free stamps distributed In both
our buildings weekly.
You can hive as many books started with 80 ree
stamps as you may need to secure any particular
premium which you desire to get.
Double JtQC Green Trading Stamps Before
12 o'clock-Single Stamp Thereafter.
Great Sale of Rugs
"Drnpprd Patterns," Accumulation and MIm
matched Patterns from a Prominent Maker
More than 700 high-class rugs are comprised in this distribution, to
morrow. And these rugs are beauties. Man of them accurate reproduc
tions of Oriental designs, and good all-over patterns.
The prices quoted tell the rest of the story of this most extraordinary
Seamless Axminster Rugs
Size 9x12 feet, regularly fOO Kfl
5ZS.S0, tomorrow, at ii0J
Size 8.3x10.6, regularly $1 Q K ft
$24.50. tomorrow, at. IttJU
Size 0x9 feet, regularly SI tj Pft
$22.50, tomorrow, at J. I
Size 6x9 feet, regularly $" 1 CTft
$15.50, tomorrow, at JljL0J
Size 9x12 feel, regularly $- FT CA
$22.50. tomorrow, at X I OV
Size 9 x 12 fect, slightly mismatched,
((iltrXN'lll'T niillillnr. MrM Floor.)
Lace Curtains and Upholsteries
A prominent importer's entire line of fine LACE BED SETS,
comprising Renaissance, Filet combined with eyelet em-
rtronJery, real Arabe lace, ana otner
choice laces; values $75 to $150; to
morrow, at .
Arahe Lace Red Sets mounted on
heavy net with large lace center
piece and border; values from
$18.50 to $27.50: tomorrow.
Filet I.arc Curtains values from
$16.50 to $85 : tomorrow,
at 10JU and
l.aco Door Panels -regularly
Cotton Tapestry rich floral
pattern; regularly $1.50;
Silk Portieres in a wide range of
new colors; regular Si Q jn
price $20; pair llUu
Tapestry Couch Cover $ t PA
reoulur rrice $2.25 : at
r. t I . i l . l " '
itcnuissnnrc nnu i.acci .niiui' i.nrei. .,
Curtains values from $13.50 toi'mP0"0 ncoicn Aiaaraa mis sea-
aiava. m& znn c nrnil itPtinnc s7 9 A
io.au; ;n rn " Xl.o. . m.V iMJt Mir
U0J and tlvV icB. uunuo.ju. w.w.
Cluny I.acc Kdge and Insertion also
Renaissance insertion and edge;
mounted on heavy net; suitable for
sash and long curtains;
regularly $1.25; yard i DC
Fancy Fish Nets this season's
regularly 35c and OC . Q P
50c, at, yard. . LDC&OOC
Rich Marie Antoinette I.arc Cur
tains regularly $3.50; jo or
Plain Jute Velour Portieres-' with
overlocked edges in combination
colors; regular price SOI Ctl
$26.50; pair aCl.DU
Jute Velour Portieres with borders
in rich Oriental and pretty floral
effects; regularly $35; OC
pair ... tO
Imported Cretonnes big variety of
designs and colors; regular OC
price 50c; yard CiDC,
Holland Window Shades, only 350;
flat finished, hemmed on sides,
mounted on good quality spring
rollers; colors white, ecru and
green; complete with cord,
slat and brackets; at tuC
(OHKENHl'T llulldlni. Firm Ilonr )
. . i:fi,Hr "
MISS KATHARINE KAELRED
leadinc lady in "The Ne'er-do-Well." now olavinc at the Lytic Thea
tre, has a splendid figure and always dresses in style. She speaks
thus kindly of the
KLOSFlT PETTI COAT
which she has adopted for permanent wear;
"ll'inf (i boon to women! The Klosfit is enchanting."
Miss Kaelred shares the opinion of thousands of stylish ladies
who are now wearing Klostit l-'etticoaUs anfl who always ex
perience the satisfaction of having perfect
The success of the Klosfit is due to its
patented elastic waistband and "V" shaped
gussets, which adapt themselves quickly to
any figure, fitting like a glove, and needing
no alteration whatever. There are no strings
to tic, break, or become knotted. Snap fast
behind with a flat glove clasp. Made m all
petticoat fabrics and sold fat usual petticoat
Cotton, $1.50 to $3.00. Silk, $5.00 up.
AT DEALERS EVERYWHERE
Look for ttl9
DIDN'T EXCITE WORKERS.
Snirmffettra Look for Trnulilp In
Oreenpolnt, tint llon'l Find II.
Sixty policemen from the (Iroenpolnt
avenuo Htntinn were nciittered nround
the jutn millH of tho American Manu
facturing Company in (Ireenpoint ut
noon ypHterdny, when n party bended by
MIsh Ornco A. ltitymond, trenwirer of
tlie HuffriiKettea in llrnoMyu, uiipeani
in an iiutoinolillo with two pWnrdfl,
one readhiK "Will Oreenpolnt bo Another
Lawrence?" and the other, "Tho Con
Htltution of tho United Klnlen Suspended
It Interferes Willi the Prosperity of tho
Capt, Linden bad eetahllnbed a pollco
I i , i . . u.lanillnra rir .a.'.im I tlu,b nA V,
I'"" . iu....i,, .... ,.i. ,v mr
HiilTruKetteH wero obliged to hold their
meeting m -tooih ami rraiiimn mreei
a coiihidernble dlntiinee from tho mill
There wns a big crowd, but no dlhordcr.
r oniep rtullillnur for nronklyn,
'I lie Hulmny llriilly Compiiny, a Milmlii
In iv of t tie Interhorouch.hiiH bouwht four
olil liiilldlueH on the MoutlieaNt corner of
Court nnd Jorulcnion Hlreetx, llrooklyn,
mid will eiect it Imiro office iiulldliiK Tho
four iileccH of properly are Heed ut
:tH7.iMMi '('lie new btiililiun will occupy nil
of the liinil, One of (lie most monilnent
bunkH lit llrooklyn Is negotiating for a loans
of the flrt floo,
ALL CARS TRANSFER TO
Lexington to 3d Ave.
59th to 60th St
Store is easily reached from Anywhere
Decnuse Convenient now t,o Everywhere
Grenoble's New Long Kid
Gloves, for Women, $1.98
1,650 pairs of real French Glace Kid Mousquc
taires that fully sustain the pre-eminence of Grenoble
for fine gloves. lt
They are 16 button length, reaching above the
elbow, and possess every attribute of the Grenoble
glovfis of other stores, for which you are asked to pay
$3.00 per Pa'r- u
For Monday and Tuesday, too (should the pres- r
ent lot last), they will be, pair, $1.98.
Lambskin Gloves at 64c
For women. Actual value $1.00. These are soft,
pliable lambskin gloves with 2 clasps and produc
tions of makers that justify us in guaranteeing every
pair. Colors: tans, browns, grays, black and white.
All sizes. Uitln Floor Centre.
llliOO.M i m; - t
LILmi'iii imuMii'iiiLy, U
Frames at $1.50
French bronze border in antique gold finish;
mat of moire tillc in old blue, old rose and cream;"
with Louis XVI. emhellUhmen! oval mnJi'1
square opening for the cabinet size photograph;:
excellent value. Mail orders filled. StntrrntM1
ana siyic ovai or square.
Mailonfry hhop, Lexlneton Ave. Arcade.
Our "Arch Restorer" Shoes
are especially designed by orthopedic experts
to relieve painful effects of fallen arches and
tend to build them up. Wear them and pre
serve your arches, bhoes are
made of the finest glazed black
kidskin; same as sold by others
at $6.00 to $8.00. Our price .
fchoe Shop, Mconil Kloor. Mth St. .Section.
Scrap Baskets ;
For Library 7Cr
w Office '
Willow basket, lined with leatherette
in red or green, round or square. "S,
Very special values at 75C:-
BETTER GRADES. $3.50 end $3.75.
BASKETS, leatherette, in Mexican carved leather
designs, 45c, 65c, 85c. and $1.35.
CRETONNE TAPESTRY AND BROCADE
SCRAP BASKETS, for Boudoir, from $1.5
to $13.50. Art llmb'y fchnp. Main Floor
"Westinghouse" $15 Chafing
Dishes in a Sale at $8.95
The Westinghouse Chaf
ing Dish gets its heat from
the same source that gives
you light, making it always
ready for use.
It is handsomely finished
in polished nickel; ebony
handles, large tray, three
heat regulating switches; absolutely no, danger from fire or ex
plosion, as with alcohol, and more economical. There U nothing
about it to get out of order.
Mall and Thonr Ordrr Filled.
... IT-.... T
Women's and Misses' Tailored
Women's und Misses' Latest
Women's and Misses' Charmeuse
Women's and Misses' Tailored
400 Day Clocks, $5.48.
Women's "Arch Restorer" Shoes,
Women's $1.00 Lambskin Cloves,
Elbow Length French Kid Mous
quetalres, worth $3.00 pair, at
Women's Albatross House Gowns,
Women's Flannelette Wrappers,
$6.00 Usona Corsets, $4.50.
$1.50 C. D. Corsets, $1.00.
Sheer Nainsook Gowns, $1.98.
Fine Cambric Skirts, $1.89.
California Wool Bed Blankets,
Western Wool Be I Blankets, $3.S8.
Wool Plaid Blankets, $4.50.
French Sateen Comfortables, $3.00.
Guaranteed Silk Comfortables,
$76.51) Three Piece Leather Suit,
$25.00 Leather Couch, $19.85.
$26.50 Oak Buffet, $19.85.
$16.50 Kxtcnslon Table, $12.50.
$32.50 Brass Bed, $24.50.
$7.50 Oak Table, $4.50.
Axminster Kufts, 9x12, at $13.85.
Velvet Kufts, 9x12 ft., $9.65.
Brussels Carpets, yard, 79c.
Velvet Carpets, yard, 85c
Cork Linoleum, yard, 33c.
of Monday and
Inlaid Linoleum, sq. yard, 72ic.
nrnss Chandeliers, complete, $3.89,
Lurfte Brass Chandeliers, complete
$8.75 Lace Curtains, at $5.75.
$12.50 Portieres, $9.75.
$3.75 Portieres, $2.49.
$2.75 Couch Covers, $1.98.
$3.50 Table Covers, $2.50.
$4.50 Lace Bed Sets, $3.25.
$10.00 China Dinner Seta, $6.98
$12.00 Dinner Sets. $8.98.
12 Thin Glass Tumblers. 39c
6 piece Table Breakfast Set, 39c.
Large Water Jugs, 23c
Women's $2.40 Norfolk Sweaters)
Girls' 98c School Sweaters, 79c ' -Children's
50c. Table Damask, 39c 1Z
$1.75 Lunch Cloths, $1.19. ,
Larfte Turkish Towels, 12Uc. i.
Large Union Linen Towels, lOUcjtl
i.aoy Lexington Hoots, 13.90
Men's 25c Socks. 12Wc.
0r. Silk Ktiu-Vlnriii. IXr
Women's 59c Union Suits, 39c. x
Women's $1.00 Union Suits, 69c.
Men's Jl.OOShlrtsand Drawers, 89c ,
Men's 50c Shirts and Drawers, 39cf
54x90 Bed Sheets, 37c. -i
90x90 Bed Sheets, 55c.
42x36 inch Pillow Cases, 10c.
54x36 inch Pillow Cases, 15c
Charmeuse, double width, 44
Inches wide, $1.22.
Double Width, 40 Inch Crepe'
28 inch New Dress Corduroys, 79c.
36 Inch Satin Messallne, 59c. '
36 Inch Black Messallne, 69c ' ,
36 inch Black Bcnftallne, 99c ih
36 inch Brocaded Silks, 33c ,.-(-,
; Bloamingdales', Lex. to 3d Ave., 59th to 60th St.:
INDIANS PLEAD FOR VALENTINE.
Will Appeal lo Tnft .Not in Virr III m
Until Aflrr Klrrtlon.
t'ou'MBVH, Ohio, Oct. 5 At tbn w-khIoii
hnro to-day of the Society of tlip Amorlcun
Indlann, reprewinting practically all the
existing tribes, it was decided to wnd un
appeal to President Toft not to upKlnt
a now Indiirt Commitwionor to Buooe&l
It. (1. Vftti ntine until siUr the election.
It was dwdrod that tb office should ;nAt
b involved In jxiHtlcB. -tl
The Indiims wHiit more niemlws of th1r
moo appointed to tho Government Indian
Herviro and better nchool faoilitinn forMtnir
ihildron, 'Ilia mciety rt'eleoted theHnv,
Dr. Khorman Coolldge of Faribault.Mmn.,
nn provident nnd A. C. Parker ofAlbany
as bwcretary and treasury im
uu i ook v. later tram lor new iotk.