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EVENING T.TimftrcB-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1P1
TO MEET INDICTMENT
Shows the Weakness of Sen
ator's Attempted Answer
to Charges Affecting His
CORRY, Pa., Sept. 23. Congressman A.
Jtltclicll Palmer, candidate for tho
United States Senate, stopped here Ju.it
Jong enough this morning, to ildlculn the
weak teply made by Senator Penrose to
the Indictment ngalnst his -public record
In Washington which Mr. Palmer has
been placing before the voters through
out the State.
Mr. Palmer said ho had read tho re
ply from Penrose In the newspapcis, and
It wus evident that the answer was wel
comed, for throughout his entire speech
he held It up to lldlcule, exposed its
weakness and pointed to Its failure to
jxply to a slmtlo one of the charges inado
With tho Democratic campaign party,
jlr. Palmer arrived hero from Say re,
whero he spoko last night. Today he
will visit ntaily nil the small towns In
fiusquehanna County, ending at Montrose
tonight, where ho will address a political
rnllv and mass-meeting.
At Snyro last light Mr. Palmer fired
a long list of questions at Penrose, ask
ing him to explain his vote ns it stands
recorded In Washington against measures
designed for public good. Especially
severe was his denunciation of Penrose
for the resolution which ho Introduced
in the Senate pressing for war with
BRUMBAUGH STANDS FIRMLY
BY LOCAL OPTION PLEDGE
Asks Support In Purpose to "Work for
Enactment of Such a Law.
AI.TOONA, Pa., Sept. 23. Tho ofllclat
opening of tho Republican campaign In
Blair County was signalized this morning
by the arrival hero of Dr. Martin G.
Brumbaugh, tho Republican nominee for
Governor. Doctor Brumbaugh with tho
other speakers In his party arrived hero
from Lewlstown, whero ho spoko last
night. Senator Penroso Is expected to
Join tho party here lato this afternoon
In tlmo to speak at tho rally and mass
meeting In the Mlshlor Theatre tonight.
At Lewlstown last night Doctor Brum
baugh repeated his strong pledge for
local option. "I stand," ho said," for
the extension of tho local option privilege
to the people of every county In this
Commonwealth, believing as I do that
tho people should determine for them
selves the Issues of this Important ques
tion. And I ask your support In the en
deavor to sccuro the enactment of such
Tho meeting at Lowtetown was sort of
n home reception to Doctor Brumbaugh,
for It was there years ago that ho was
engaged In educational work. According
ly In his speech ho called the people his
boyhood friends and neighbors, and their
applause proved that they remembered
him well and favorably.
SHOWS GREAT GAIN
Number of Plants So Oper
ated Increased 91 Per
Cent, in Ten Years, Says
U. S. Report".
MORRIS ANSWERS PENROSE
Denies Statement That Civil Service
Code Has Been Violated.
P.i land S. Morris, Democratic State
chairman, In a formal statement yester
day, classed as "complete, wilful and
unmitigated misstatements" the charges
of Senator Penroso that there had been
violations of tho Civil Service codo In
the Consular Department at Washington.
Senator Penroso charged that experi
enced men In the Consular Service have
been replacd by hordes of hungry of
tic seekers with no qualifications or ex
perience for their duties.
' Penrose forgets," Mr. Morris said,
"that the people read tho papers and
3n-iw the facts. Not a single Item in
the Civil Service codo of tho Consular
Depattment has been abrogated. Xot a
single appointment to the Consular Ser
vice has been made without civil ser
PINCHOT IN OIL COUNTRY
Challenges Penrose to Name Sup
porter Not Marked With "Rubber
RENOVO, Pa., Sept. 23.Glfford Pin
chot, Washington party candidate for
Inlted States Senator, left heio early
this morning to continue his campaign
tour through the small towns of Warren
County, Speaking In front of the Hotel
pinion hero last night Mr. Pinchot chal
lenged Senator Penroso to name a filngle
ono of his supporters who was not a rubber-stamp
Republican or who had not a
political favor to ask.
Although bitter In his denunciation of
Penrose and Pcnrosclsm, Mr. Pinchot did
not mmtion any of tho other candidates.
PENROSE IN THE SLATE BELT
Speaks at Dinner, Where He Pays
Tribute to Welsh Patriotism.
BANGOR, Pa., Sept. I3.-Senator Pen
rose left hero for Altoona this morning,
his itinerary while en routo including
visits to Easton and Harrlsburg.
To cerehmonles Incident to tho unveiling
of a htatue of Robert Morris Jones, who
vas the first Chief Burgess of Bangor,
tn.is the occasion for Senator Penrose's
Malt here yesterday. Ho was the principal
Hieaker at the unveiling ceremonies und
tho guest and ieaker nt a dollar dinner
at State Belt Park last night.
As a laigo proportion of the popu
lation in this vicinity is of Welsh descent,
tho Senator is wildly cheered when he
inferred tortus own Welsh ancestry and
paid tribute to the Welshmen who have
been notable figures In Pennsylvania history.
AGAINST PENROSE CANDIDATES
Anti-liquor Men From Committee to
Oppose Men Chosen by Ring:,
To oppose the election of candidates
who bay they weio nominated by Senator
Pentose and the liquor ring, a number of
citUcns have formed a committee to work
for tho election of Glfford Pinchot as
Vnited Stalls Senator and Vance C. Mc
Cormick us Governor.
E 11. Ruckalew, secretary of the Scran
ton Y. M. C. A . who was chairman of a
meeting of men opposing the election of
tho Pentose candidates, held In Harris
burs last week, has named the following
committee to carry on the work: R. A.
Hutchinson, Plttfcbuigh. chairman: Georgo
B Johriion, West Chester; E. E. S'aulTer,
JUeistown: John Watehorn. Philadelphia,
and R. n. Ferguson. Philadelphia.
-r,T,'.le committee may hold a meeting In
Philadelphia next week.
Man Drops Dead at Work
Phl'ip Leonard. 57 years old. of 3311
Jsfferson street, dropped dead this morn
ing while at work In the booth of his
brvUur at the Farmers' Market. Ridge
and Glrarrt avenues. Physicians at St.
Uoteph's Hospital dM death was due to
Municipal owncishlp of electric light,
heat and power plants In this country Is
making rnpd strides. Tho theory that
municipalities can construct nntl operato
public utility plants more economically
nnd with gt eater efficiency than can cx
pctts representing private corporations,
uhllo It has not been proved to any con
clusive extent, Is, nevertheless, gnlnlng
ground. This Is modo plain In a report
Just Issued by tho United States Consiis
Bureau covering tho ten-year period from
1002 to 1912.
In the period, the number of municipal
plants increased from 815 to 1362, or 91.7
per cent., whllo the privately owned ptnnts
Increased from 2S0"i to 3639, or 30.4 per
This total of 6121 central electric sta
tions is considerably less than the num.
bor reported In commercial directories.
Tho report explains the apparent dis
crepancy by stating that whero several
plants aro under ono ownership they nro
reported as one establishment. In the
directories each plant Is regarded na a
unit for the pllrposo of listing. The re
port takes no account of electric stations
constructed primarily for tho heating or
lighting of hotels or factories, even if
some of tho electricity is sold to the
In 1002 more than 22 per cent, of tho
stations were municipally owned. Ten
years later the percentage of such sta
tions had Increased to substantially 30
per cent, of the whole number. In total
lncomo tho commercial stations had S2.3
per cent., which was greater than In
1902, when the commercial stations con
stituted a larger percentage of the total.
In that year they received only 91.9 per
cent, of tho total.
MUNICIPAL, OUTPUT REDUCED.
The municipal stations. In output, fell
much behind In the decade. In 1902 they
produced 7.S per cent, of the kilowatt
hours, while In 1912 their production fell
to only 1.7 per cent, which Is less than
their percentage In 1907, when It was 4.9
per cent. Whllo their relative production
fell off so greatly, tho municipal plants
greatly increased the capacity of their
gas and oil engines, having no les3 than
20.2 per cent of such engines in 1912.
But, whllo the percentage of gas and
oil engines owned by the municipal plants
Increased so largely, the total horsepower
of all engines, turbines, waterwhcels,
etc., fell off from 8.7 per cent, in 1902 to
7.4 per cent. In 1912. Tho kilowatt capac
ity of tho municipal dynamos also run
down from 9.4 per cent to Y.2 per cent.
Tho total Income of municipal stations
increased from $5,863,105 In 1902 to J23,
21S.DS9 in 1912, or 233.4 per cent. That of
the commercial or privately owned plants
increased from S5,700,605 to $302,135,599, dr
252.5 per cent.
The total expenses. Including ordinary
repairs and a proper depreciation account
in tho municipal plants, increased from
$5,215,937 in 1912 to $10,917,163 in 1912, an
Increase of 222.5 per cent. The total ex
penses of tho commercial plants rose from
$GS,0S1,3"3 to $234,419,478, or '.'14.3 per cent.
For that Increase In tltal expenses the
commercial plants brought about an In
crease In kilowatt hours from 2,507,031.115
to 11,532,863.000, or an Increase of 360 per
cent. For their increase of expenses the
municipal plants brought about an In
crease of kilowatt hours of only 174.4
hours, in the increase, in figures, being
from 193,901,439 to 537,526.730.
During the five-year period from 190? to
1912,npproximately 105 commercial stations
passed Into the hands of municipalities
and SO passed out of the hands of muni
cipalities Into tho hands of private opera
tors. The greatest Increase In municipal
stations took place In a group of states
composed of Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri,
the Dakatas, Nebraska and Kansas, The
number In those states Jumped from 274
to 390. Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma
and and Texas ome next In the number
of Increases, from E3 to 122.
WIFE IN COLLUSION,
SAYS DITSON, TO GET
Wealthy Clubman's Answer
Disregarded by Court,
Who Awards Alimony
and Counsel Fees.
AID RUSHED TO STEAMSHIP
ASHORE OFF VIRGINIA COAST
'onjrlnlit international News Sr.. e
QUICK WORK fcY THE GERMAN ENGINEERING CORPS. q
Bridge at Huy, Belgium, blown up by the Belgians In their retreat and repaired by the advancing Germans.
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where no nati ncen resting, Him woio.
the family found him he was dead.
Dr. Mitchell Ore-hwood was summoned
and said the man hnd died of henrt dis
ease Whether tho knowledgo that the
warrant was Issued for him worried him
and caused his dcoth Is not known.
Olnscoe was n comparatively young
man, but had not been well tor some
time. lie was well known as n volunteer
fireman. It Is probable that Coroner
Spring will hold an Investigation.
CONVICTS VOTE CAPTUKE FUNDS
Brazilian Ambassador Named
BCUNOS AIRES, Sept. 23. Doctor
Itomula S. Naon has been appointed
Ambassador to the United States, the
first under the recent action o.' this
Government In elevating the legation to
NEW YORK, Sept. 25. Under a ruling
handed down by Justice Jaycox, of the
Supreme Court, In Brooklyn, Mrs. Esther
Dltson, of Cedarhurst, L. I., wlfo of
James Dltson, a wealthy clubman of
Now York and Washington, has been
granted $250 a month alimony and $1000
counsel fees pending llnal settlement ot
hor divorce suit. Tho order was granted
despite Dltson's affidavit alleging that It
was arranged between him and his wife
that he would enter a hotel with a woman
and give evidonco upon which to baso a
Dlston spends much of his tlmo In ex
clusive social circles In Washington and
is a frequent visitor to Philadelphia. He
is a member of the Chovy Chase and
Metropolitan Clubs, of Washington, nnd
Is heir under the will of his millionaire
grandfather, Oliver Dlston, of Washing
ton. He Is a nephew of Charles II. Dls
ton. music publisher of No. 8 East 31th
street, this city. The Dlstons woro mar
ried In 1909. Mrs; Dlston first heard the
stories that Induced her to watch her
husband when they wore living In Wash
ington. Dlston's affidavit, admitting collusion
with the alleged knowledgo and consent
of Mrs. Dlston, came unexpectedly In
answer to her divorce suit. In his affi
davit ho said It was arranged between
himself and his wlfo that he would pro
vide the necessary evidence
Ho says that when Mrs. Dltson's de
tectives entered tho room In a Yoric hotel
here one evening last May and found him
with a woman, oven tho detective were
Ignorant of the plot known only to him
self and wife. So secret did he keep the
facts In the case, Dltson swears, ti.ut ho
did not Inform his lawyer, Gilbert 13. Hoc,
and permitted him to put In an unvcrttied
answer denying Mrs. Dltson's charges.
Hoc told Justice Jaycox that he was
unablo to say whether or not collusion
would be used as a defense in the suit.
Roo added ho had advised Dltson of his
Intention to withdraw from tho case. .
Counsel for Mrs. Dltson asked permis
sion to file an affidavit denying thete had
NEW PRESIDENT OF ALBANIA
Ex-Minister Mustapha Bey Said to
Have Been Elected.
HOME, Scptf25. A dispatch to tho Oor
rlcro delta Sera states that Mustapha Bey,
former Turkish minister to the United
States, has been elected provisional
president of Albania by the Albanian
Senate in session ut Durazzo,
The Mustapha I3ey who served as min
ister to the United States In 1596-97 wns
well advanced In years, and It is possible
that he has been confused In the fote
golng dispatch with another Mustapha
Typical Soldiers of
In Sunday's Intaglio
Soldier types of the warring nations, with a page
of Great Britain's famous Indian commands, are
shown at close range in Sunday's Intaglio. There
are page-wide panoramas of the Knights Templars'
recent peace exercises on Belmont Plateau, and
photos of Germany's war lords and American treaty
advocates. Pages, too, of gay county fair scenes,
beautiful studio poses, artistic bed-room settings
and prominent women contributors to the season's
Because of its wealth of authentic gridiron in
formation, the Sports Magazine has been converted
Into a special football number without slighting other
sporting activities. Among its articles on the possi
bilities of new football are special contributions by
Parke H. Davis, Glenn Warner, R. W, Maxwell and
Geo. E. McLinn. Wm. H. Rocap discusses "Who
Was America's Greatest Lightweight," and Paul W.
Gibbon tells of Philadelphia's new star in the tennis
firmament. "Ty" Cobb discloses the object of his
personal interview with Connie Mack.
The Kentrn, Bound for Brazil, May
Soon Be Floated.
NORFOLK, Va Sept. 23. The steam
ship Kentra, of thn United States and
Brazil Stcmnshlp Company, went nBhoro
at Capo Homy, Vn., In a heavy fog early
today. Several vessels have been sent
to her assistance.
Tho vessel struck on what Is known ns
"the Middle Giound," about ten miles
ninth of C'lpe in ii. Llgm Siiium. i ii
levenuc cutter Onondaga Is standing by
and It Is expected the ship soon will be
float' il, an fill" Is not considered to bo In a
NEW YOIIK, Sept. 23. The stcnmshlp
Kentra left here for Urazlllan ports on
September 2.1 .Sho Is n vessel of 3021 tons
and was built at Glasgow In 1907. Sho
Is under British register.
DEATH BALKS ARREST
Man for Whom Policeman Has War
rant Succumbs to Heart Disease.
WILMINGTON, Del., Sept. 23. When
Patrolman Bullock went to tho homo of
Walter Glasooc, In Fionrlt street near
Fourteenth, to servo him with a warrant
alleging non-support, he did not get his
man. Glascoo fell over on the couch
Sing Sing Brotherhood to Help Se
cure Escaped Prisoners.
NIIW YORK, Sept. 23. Prisoners who
may escape or try to escape will be
captured or punished with the nld of
money that hoa been subscribed for that
purpose by tho Golden Itulc Brotherhood,
h prison organization that Includes al
most all of 1300 convicts In Sing Sing.
As a token of appreciation of the way
prisoners are treated $175 was presented
to Warden Thomas McCormlack by the
brotherhood, tho amount to be added to
the $30 offered by tho State for the re
turn of escaped convicts. He was told
the brotherhood members were opposed
to attempts to get away, and hoped who
ever tried It would be captured.
PEACE PROGRAM AT TRENTON
Exercises for Children Arranged by
Interstate Fair Asoclatlon.
TRENTON, Sept. 2.5. Pence exercises
for the children of New Jersey nnd sur
rounding States will be mnde a fentuio
at the opening of the Trenton Interstate
Fair next MontUy morning. Mayor
Donnelly will speak on the "Peace nnd
Plenty" movement, nnd the children will
sing patriotic songs. Tho peace pigeon,
"Woodrow Wilson," which Is being sent
to the President, will be placed In the
centre of the assemblage. Bow a of
peace will be released nvpry day at the
close of the fair program. The national
salute will bo fired nnd American lings
Th fair program this year Includes
monoplane flights by Charles F. Kites,
a scout for tho Constitutionalist army
In Mexico. He will fly upside down,
loop the loop nnd pet form other feats
of a thrilling nature. Harness nnd run
ning races nro to be conducted eaeh
day, with tho exception of Friday, when
putomoblln races will bo carded.
COUNCIL IN POLICE MUDDLE
Wilmington Body Opposes Plan to
Nnme Mounted Squad.
WILMINGTON, Del., Sept. 2" -Displeased
over tho manner In whh'h the
Police Commission recently appointed
eight members of the local police force
for a mounted squtul, City Council Inst
night talked over a resolution ie.ondlng
the ono allowing tho appointment of the
men nnd providing tl'.ono npproprl Hod to
increase the pay of the picont men.
Action was postponed for two ttcka.
Of tho olght men appointed to positions
four failed In physical examinations.
Members of the Police Commission de
clare It Is now too lato for Council to
stop them, and President William H.
Rowers says that as soon ns suitable
men are found they vlll be put on duty.
Slnco there wns n clash ovor the tnnn-,
nor In which tho men wore appointed
some members of Council havo tried to
block tho whole affair. It Is not expected
that tho Pollro Commission will pay any
attention to the resolution ponding in
Council nnd will hnvo the men appointed
and on duty bofoto tho resolution Is acted
upon. Some Councllmon aro unwl'llng tn
vote for lncren.se In the piy of the pnllco
force bocauhP. they say, tho foico whi in
competent because It 'failed to quell tho
recent raco riots until the mlllti.i wns
OF BEATING WOMAN
WHO FOLLOWED HIM
Westmont Man Declare
Persistent Annoyance Pro-f
voked Him Old Intimacy;
Aired at Hearing.
COM.1NGSWOOD. N. J Sept, 2o.-fof'
oph politick, a Philadelphia commission
merchant, tcsldlng In Westmont, Is tinder
$1000 ball to nppeni before the Grand Jury
on n chnlgo of attacking Mrs, Walter
Unties, of Toledo avenue, within tt few
squuios of the Pedrlck home.
At tho homing before Squire Dorn It
developed Unit Pedrlrk nnd Mrs. Uane
hnvo been intlmato for several years. Of
Into, it Is nll'ged, thn woman becamo
Jealous because Pedrlck showed prefer
ence for another voting woiinn, who Is
unmarried. Pedrlck stated that Mrs.
Danes often followed and annoyed hlitu
Ho then becamo provoked.
Mrs. llanes deelnied 1'odilck beat hef
so budly thut sho was placed under a
physician's care. Sho also stated sho had
a tight to follow tho man, hut did not
give her reason Her husojnil was prca
slit at the trial.
Pedrlck Is married and has resided In
Westmont for years. Mrs. llancs has a
son aged 19 and a daughter 16. The case
will rome before Prosecutor William
Kraft this week.
Business Man Commits Suicide
OTTAKKRTOWN. Pa, Sept. 25.-Edward
.1. Thomas, i former Justice of tho peaco s
mill a well-known business man, com-.a
mltto, Hulcldo i-nrlv this morning by
shnntlntr himself thtough the heart. IiO,
cause for the suicide Is known.
Twelve Freight Cars Burned
RICHMOND. Vii, Sept. 23 Fire In the J
viinia of tho Snuthri-n Railway, this
"morning, destroyed u dozen freight oars
loaded with rnllio.i.l tl'-s The loss will';
bo about $7.. ono. It n hi llovrd that tramps ;
weio responsible for the fire.
STORE OPEXS S.aO A. 31. AND CI.OhHS AT 5.30 r. M.
m vii. oit I'liovn oitnnns ru.i.co ;
The additional advantage of
to these exceptional one-day bargains
should interest every thrifty buyer.
Shop before noon and you get
DOUBLE the quantity of stamps.
HATS TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE
Market Eighth Filbert Seventh
Hosiery and Underwear
V omen's 35c c4
T?,-,. Clnnl.-lnn-c ad '
A huge shipment jhxt received
The only mtoekliic Knlt-to-llt without
ii scout. H.ih nairow nnklo, wldpned
leg. Plain black with -ph' or Maco
feet. Regular or extra hlzes.
Despite the Great Advance in Prices of All Gloves We Are Able to Hold
Our Annua! October Glove Sale:
And Even More Remarkable Is the Fact That Many of Our Prices Arc
Lower Than Were Asked Last Year, Due to Buying In Much Greater
Quantities Long Before Anyone Gave Thought to Foreign Difficulties. '
THE VAST MAJORITY OF THESE GLOVES ARE IMPORTED
Many of tho ultra-best American makes are also represented.
The wisest folks will buv for now and tho future, fot It's Impossible to fore
tell what "Jumps" scarcity will make prices tako later on. It is a Kreat oppot-,
luntty to anticipate your Christmas Klft needs.
Misses' .'J9c to 50c Underwear,
2.1c and .'Joe
white, fKece-lined, cotton-ribbed
Vests aiul pants. Sizes 2 to 9
Sizi-H in to PS ycais f three for
$1 1 raih
Children's 25c Stockings, 15c
Seamless medium welcht ribbed black
cotton Double toe, heels and knoes.
ISrst -of-alt-hi mul ."
FIRST FLOOR, SOT'TII
Women's Fine $1.75 and $2 French g Q
Two-clasp pique, In black, white, tan and gray; also whlte-wlth-black and
black-with-whlte flat embroidered backs.
Women's SI Cane Gloves. 75c
1 One-clasn. PX.M sown. Inn
Lonar White Kid Gloves
' Flno Imported kill: full-cut
i arms; three clasps at wrist.
I S'.'.SU taluc: llj-liiittun length SI. 7!)
,?3 ulur; 20-liuttan leiiKtli SS.10
A New York Importer's Entire Sample Line of Gloves
Regular 50c to $1 Kinds at 25c
Include women'x, iiiIkxch', nirn'n nntl Iiojk (luplcv kIimts, also women's and
misses' lonp: and short duplex and chamolsetle, wool coif, silk t.iffeta ami
cashmere cloves that aro silk and fancy lined In addition, wool mittcn.s
warmly lined. FIRST FLOOR AND Sl'RW.VY
, FIRST FLOOR, EIGHTH STRUET SIDK .
Men's $1.50 to $4 Imported
Sonic 200 n very lat
ent styles. With
itcrling silver caps or
kind-.; others with
Uathcr covered han
dles. Opera and
Prince of Wales
FIRST FLOOR. 8TH & MARKET
The New Dress Fabrics
BOTH WOOL AND COTTON Are Very Greatly
Underprieed in This Special Sale
29c to 69c
Wool Dress Goods Remnants, 50c
to $1.25 Values, Per Yard
These arc remnants of fresh, new seasonable fabrics. Most of them
contain enough for a dress, suit or skirt. Include such fashionable
wool poplins, granite cloth, tartan and fancy plaids, striped
suitings, crepe cloth, French serge, storm serge, challis,
mohairs, shepherd checks, batiste, prunella cloth, panama,
etc. MAIN ARCADE
Come Q and J
$1 All-Wool French Serge. .
$1 All-Wool Crepe Cloth...
SI All-Wool Prunella Cloth
Three of the highly favored weaves for Fall, and all absolutely pure
wool and perfectly woven. In the Crepe Cloth, colors include peacock,
delft, taupe, garnet, Belgian blue, amethyst, Copenhagen, Kings' blue, mid
night blue, navy and black.
IN FRENCH SERGES, colors arc wistaria, Havana, Copenhagen,
delft blue, old rose, light gray, toine, Russian green, olive, navy and
In I'runelln Cloth, colors are taupe, old rose, mahogany, delft blue. Copen
hagen, wistaria, Havana, garnet. Rursundy, midnight blue, navy and black.
FIRST FLOOR, SOUTH
Soc to $1.00 Striped Tub Silks and Colored &
The Htrlpeil Tub Hk. ".' to ::; in. -lies nl. i." i h. ill-silk ouil.
il in ;.tlih new -ti iiml f-i t i,n win',- ,t..l ,,,),.,1 ui. mints
TiitretiiM, js uuhLH v. id --niucith. tine w,,iu ai.d ,t ,li.s mush A
few desirable shades onl o i'll"j KluOR .sui'TII
HOUSEFURNISHINGS ,$! 5ft Tpi QpfQf
35f. finrhniro H.nn 10,. 13U ' C3 SCtS 31
35c Garbage Cans, 19c
Galvanized, ball handle, tight-tlttlng,
$ieRex Mop & 25c Bottle'
Sani-Genic Floor GQ
Oil, Complete.... 0'7C
Mops have adjus-t.il.U-
II, s f.,l,l n.it for
i e.i hin under
fuinitur.-, and al
low full h. i In- of
mop tn polish ar
tiil. Hi-uvtlv pad
ded to prevent
mairing of wood
lusiinn and mrub.
I. in.; .m hands iiml
Tinnn fi.ih n
Thiii-pi.ci. liftman China
us Kk. ii h,-,i- with lil -of-Hie-alley
deroi moii !rii;ijii bMajn Teapot,
siiB.u bowl with iom'i and cream
Pitt-hei. THIRD FLOOR
$2 and $2.25
Exceptionally Smart Suits
In New Autumn Styles and Worth t 1 O C! A
Fully $16.50 IL.DX)
Women Familiar With the Customary Good Quality of Our Medium-priced
Apparel Know Exactly What to Expect of These Suits
SKETCH SHOWS ONE
They are in fine wool diagonal, of rich green, nut brown, black, Holland or
navy blue. Tailored with 45-inch Redingote coats, half lined with guaran
teed satin and finished with dressy little velvet collar and small velvet
buttons nt tho waist line in back. The skirts have deep yoke tops.
$14.50 Top fcQ QO
Women's and Misses
Women's & Misses' Of
Sketch shows very chic model in
serge. It is a long Russian coat,
trimmed nround tho hips to simu
late a short hip jacket, and is
bound all around with black silk
Others, too, come in fine poplin and
serges, in all latest shades, show-t
ing broad belts, braid and velvet
'trimming and very stylish yoke of
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Fino medium-weight serge In navy'
blue nnd blai k in newest plaited and
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Fine zlbellne In navi blue, black. Ox
ford JBJrny. aml Kroen. some showing
belted back and stylish military cullara
Women's and Misses'
$16.50 I o Q Q
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other smart woolens some in the nt w
box-plaited or redingote stle or show -
ing velvet collars, broad revers or
piusn trimmings Choice of blue,
brown, gray, green and Oxford
Charming frocks of silk poplin
prown. navj blue. Holland blue
uiack and green with high crushed
girdles ilarlng tunics, white benca
line collar and cuffs
fine a white Marseilles with satir
finish, prettv designs, plain hem
notIiei- is tint- i In-, ly woven whttt
101 h. t in Mats.-ill. s t rffots, with
it-out ioin.'t- nnd scallop..,! edge.
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10c to $3 Embroidery
Remnants, each 5c to $1.50
clearance of nil odds and ottds and
mil ed pieces A gie.it tnanj
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$2 to $6 Corsets, $1.50
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High medium or low bust In cou
til, batiste and fan. materials. 'All
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75c Indian Suits, 39c
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