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THE WASHINGTON HERAJJ, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16. 1913.
THE NEW BOYS' SHOP
Second Floor of -;the. Greater' Palais Royal
TOPICS OF INTEREST TO EVERY WOMAN
. ' EDITED BY JULIA CHANDLER MANZ
Taking Medicine Bravely Y DAINTY APPLE DESSERTS
The New Bojs' Shop is to open the spring
season with an entirely new stock. The pres
ent stock is to go in quick order. It's like tak
ing medicine the following reductions in
Suits and Overcoats
$is.oo to $l"0.75
S12.QQ to $8.75
$io.oo to $7.75
$9.oo to $6.75
Every Hat Reduced
$5.oo to $3.45 $2.00 to
$3.00 to $2.45 $1.50 to
$2.50 to $1.95 I $1.00 to
THE PALAIS ROYAL
A. LISNER. Hours: 8:30 to 6. G STREET.
MEN SL0y TO ACCEPT
IDEA OF SUFFRAGE
Because Tearing Up Some of Their
Tenderly Cherished Prerogatives.
lit ntci: ii vkkth.
A peculiar quction vva put to me
r few da 3 ago, Vud I am going to
pass it along
Do jou belicvi men care for women
who concern thcmselve- lth whit tho
lalt their rights'
And do vou
As for mc I do not know
Impersonall, one would ra that as
B declaration of principle thc ire not
uverevmpatlieti with the theor of
pqualitj from vor M-vniipoint l"t
tometlm. s it happens that a in in cin
not separate the principle from the worn
in. becauM the woman chances to be
his own wife slater or rer be? friend
and In that instance what can he do
ImperMmullv one would sas that men
are a bit Mower tlun women to iccept
the new definition of rights ' lauo
It means tho tearing up bv the loots cf
wmc long and tcnlerl chcnhed shall
wo call them prerogatives
MlKht "Not I Ike Them.
We grow hv what feed upon jou
Know and If in tlit ipiortIonment of
things we hid happened to come to
arth is men and had been taught to
bclievi that the two great halves of hu
manitv were divided Into spheres man s
sphero and woman s pliire with the
work alreadj planned l robablj wc
would liavc told women to plav In their
own bark jards ind not to encroach
upon our age-old light
If we aw them climbing fmie tear
ing down barriers. lnadlng our cherished
domain even lainitng our rights wc
might tall them bold liad, ainlj am
1 tiou pretenders
nd we might not like them at all. be
iu that wems to be the waj of human
If we had been led to think that th
onesti n of 'whofc who in the home
idmitted of but one inswer no doubt
we would comfortablv -iitUe lack in the
consciousness of suprem icj and hold onr
own igainst the wisest ral iiplo
matic, most judicious woman contestant
It might not occur to lis that there
should be no great big imortant who
ill the time but 1 pleasant rhiftlng
ibout as the exigences or the condi
turns might warrant and we might, eas
j v enough remember our instructions
there must be some head
VV f might even lose sight of the hap
piness involved and le ?o firnilv in
t encheil in our Ik lief that we might not
nop ti sk if there was ever a person
in this wide world who dctined happi
ncss as n process of giving up nil th(
time Ave mlglit bo verv sure that If a
lUKband vielded to his wire on all occa
i-fons life for lilm would not go l wltl
a song Hut would It occur to us that
the rule worked both wavs
OF THE MOMENT.
Hlii lnowi-- lieeiu-e things might I
n ver comfortable, and making things
over new wavs new rights ind
one never can tell what the end or what
the Hnlshed product
And we might not like to change the
Id onIi of things at all or hive
verv mui h use lor women who urged" 1
Ininge lit vou suppose we would thini.
tweni aggrrsiv( unwoinanlv unnaturii
im1 uoiili wi sit and drean ol mutu.il
After all the queUon is not bo much
what men like in this particular de-
Ision is whit women like for them
selves Because thev have been living up
-or d nii whichever it is to standards
win h reallv have not been ideal.
nd is oik little door ifter mother
as been opened to women one leading
to broader cdueatl n another to widened
opportunitv and better outlook still
others opening upon various pleasant
avenues, thev have learned that the vers
het thing for tnem to do is to go on
and leave it to men to idjust themselves
to new conditions as they will In .time.
Thev mav not like it so verj well now
' ut then womn hive taken their long
looks out into the open and the old
wavs and the old fields do not look at
tractive to them anv longer They did
not make for real happiness or real
growth In older dajs. nnd the do not
Jlenrlaclie In Them Ml.
nd whj shou'd the"
Bringing to mind the old customs the
old definitions of womanliness, woman s
sphere and all the familiar illusions of
other tiroes, don t you know there was
K heartache and a hardship in them all?
For as we note the progress of women,
their work, nnd their development, we
roust believe that they haVe good minds,
pood Judgment, all the potentialities of
And if held back what of their con
tentment 1 or that is something that must be
kept In the reckoning, and nowhere more
oistlnctl) than in the home
And if It happens that an Individual
man who deplores the change does not
nuite like the lnd'vldual woman who
favors It, it may bo that she regards
him kwav behind the UnTes, n bit un
fair, or something else.
nd that Is the was It goes.
In Keep the- llnlr fit Curl.
Missive 'a pieco of white wax about
the size of a bean In olive oil by palclng
it in the oven -intll melted Sllgbtl)
moisten the hair ,,b. this preparation
ind curl with not too hot tongs. ne
hair mirled this way willskecp In curl
Seen in the Smartest Shops of Paris,
Muffs aro huge a ever, and even softer
and more llopp.
Even the fashionable small girl wears
tho Russian blouse edged with fur
Ironze shoes are tho best footwear tu
wear with bronze, velvet ,lresses.
Jewelry should be veo carefufly chosen
to suit the evening gown and its wearer
It is quite the fashion to wear a waist
coat the belled velvet ciMts so much
Mnall bliek hats of breitsihwanz hive
a singlt aigrettft rising up from a diz
I.ong white sued gloves are coming
Into favor with Frenchwomen for even
Th. flexible rib edgi or silver is the
uuext thing on fine poeketbooks and
cm plain velvet evening gowns the long
lace collars are exceedingly graceful and
Petticoats to wear with evening frocks
are frequentlv of white crepe de chine
with lice ruffles
Some of the newest tailored suits have
silk braiding In two colors blue and scar
let, for instance
V certain blick f repe leather It a
fivorite for mourning lugs, or even the
ordin ir handbag
A tailored oftume of mulberr red
moin trimmed with silver fox fur,
makes a delightful combmaUon
cne of the new evening gonns of blacK
v.lvet had Its white hlffon petticoat
edged with big pink roses.
The present position of the aigrette or
I tradlse on, the hat is distinctl upright
in the very front
Vnother wav of trimming the small
toque Is with long loop bows, standing
frtiflv but toward one side
The new simile or I'lrisiin ivorv Is
giining In favor for toilet pets V rv
luxurious sets, indeed are gol 1 Inlaid
Hemstitching and buttons like preals
ire the usual ornaments of the fashion
ible white crepe de chine shirtwaist
Tavorlte dresses for debutantes are
made of flowered mousseline de sole In a
modernized Louis XV or Iouis XVI
The one-sided effect Is almost as much
liked as ever on evening gowns.
lish melt one tea-
In a Hat earthen
spoonful of butter and let It run over the
bottom of the dish Cover with thin
slues of cheese and dust white pepper
ind a little salt Brcik'ln carefullv as
m iny eggs as the dish w ill hold and
plice in a hot oven until the whites are
set Then serve at once
We aro bo thoroughly Imbued with the
Idea that the apple Is distinctly Ameri
can, we may not realize the fact that
cooks of other nations than our own
may have a. much greater appreciation
or tins really wondertui iruit, una Know
more delectable wajs ot,servlpg It than
we do When apples were plentiful and
cheap, we. did not consider them when
planning delicate and dainty desserts
But now that they hav e reached 'a placo
on tire financial scale that obliges many
to purchase them by number instead of
measure, when we desire a fine quanlt
of the fruit, we are awake to their Im
portance In the commercial wbrld, at
least, and are read to 'adopt any sug
gestion for tho serving of apples as
Peel, quirter and core a dozen large
cooking apples Mice them Into a sauce
pan with two ounces of .melted butter,
the rind of a lemon and three-fourths
of a cup of sugar, cook to a very thick
suace. stirring frcqucntl) to prevent
scorching Then add the beaten yolks
of four eggs and two tablespoons of
rice flour or cornstarch beaten smooth
with the eggs. Mix well and stir a few
minutes longer and then press through
a sieve, fepread on a buttered pie plate
to cool, and when quite stiff turn out
on a board well sprinkled with fine dry
bread or stale biscuit crumbs nnd divide
Into equit portions about the size of a
small apple or pear
Cover well with tho crumbs dip Into
beaten egg. nnd again Into the crumbs
shaking off nil crumbs that are loose to
prevent their falling Into the fat and
scorching on the bottom of the kettle
Fr a nice rich brown in teep hot fat
If intended for desert, spices ma bo
added, and when the arc fried roll them
In powdered sugar
linked Vpi.les n In Ilourdnloiie.
Pare, remove the cores and cut a
dozen lirgo cooking apples in halves
Placo them In a shallow baking dish
idil the lulce of two lemons some
for five minutes, then carefully spread
with rich thick apple sauce: roll each
omelet up and placo them both on a
heated platter, side Itf side, and sprinkle
with powdered sugar and slip In the
broiling oven of your gas range for a
few seconds, turning the flame down
quite low. Bcrve at once '
Butter n ten-Inch wide pasto circle
with puff paste. Plice the circle on a
baking sheet, lino the paste with a but
tered strip of paper and All with (lour or
drj corn and bake as jou would a pee.
Remove the flour or corn, and the paper
and pare and cut In halves eight large
green apples, removing the cores Rub
tleem with half a lemon to prevent the
apples turnlrg dark, and cook them In a
sirup until Just tender. Drain
on a line sieve. Spread a Iav-
er of thick rich apple sauce on the
crusi Hnev arrange uie e-uouru yii;-i
the round side uppermost. Add a cup
of hard cider to the sirup and cook
down to a rich sirup Cool partially
Pour over the apples and servo cold
Pommm a In Ctaantllly.
Make a quart of apple sauce as rich
and thick as marmalade, sweetening
with one nnd a half cuns of sugar.
grated rind of a lemon, the ellow parW
onl. Dissolve one and half ounces 6f
gelatine In a pint of boiling water and
add to the apples then rub all through
a sieve Set on n pan of cracked lee
or mow and stir until it begins to stiffen
then pour it Into a c Under mold and
set In a cold plice When ready to
serve turn out on a dish and fill the
center wllh whipped cream sweetened
and flavored with nutmeg or cinnamon.
l'finimcs n pt llonorr.
Take medlums!zed cooking apples, pare
and remove the cores Boil the apples
In i thin sugar sirup flavored with lit
tie green ginger ami stick cinnamon,
adding Juice of halt a lemon to keep
them white When tender t uougfi to
pleree with n darning needle drain them
on a sieve, and when cold fill each
cavity with a mixture of chopped dates
GOOD PLAIN MODEL.
over the top some chopped nuts and
Kugir cooked to caramel degree, hard-
ned and thtn pounded find
AN ATTRACTIVE FE0CK.
poivdcred sugar, and pour over them a '!'. raisins and pecan nut meats Place
little mtlted butter Heat thepi thor , eac i apple In a stemmed Klass dish,
oughly over the fire, and then place In I heap whipped cream over them, sprinkle
tho oven to finish cooking rrangt
them In pramld form In a glass dish
or on a flre-nroof servlnlr dish, and cover
with a laer of peach or apricot mar-4
malade, sprinkle a cup of flnel rhop
pd almonds over the Kurfaci mixed
with third of i cup of sugar and pile.
In the oven long enough to glaze the sur
face to a bright ello color
iilt- Crillrm n. la Nrmiioro.
Peel and remove the cores from largo
cooking aprles of uniform size Cut
them In hilvea and boll them In a sirup
until thev in tender, hut not soft I-iv
on a sieve to ilrain then dip them Int
a thin batter of flour, egg and watu
flavored with orange flour water r
make the hatter with orange juice in
stead of wiler Frv them i crisp brown
in deep hot fat. using the fo'nc basket '
Brain, arrange on a baking sheet and
dust thlckl with powdered sugar and)
stind In the oven In brown a d Ileal"
color, then serve
linked piile, Polish sjjlr.
Piro and rore i dozen cook ng apples
and cut eros wise In thin slices. Sprcul
a thin liser of orange p irh or apricot
mirmalad. in a "biking dl"h and ir
nnge tho slices overlapping enh other
in tho d sh with alternate lavers of tie
marmalade Chopped ilmonds sprinkled
over the marmalade ad Is to the com
blnatlon Arrange In pvramld form and
pour a little thick sugar simp over the
whole and sprinkle with dr powdered
m icaroons and little powdered clnna
mon Bake In a moderate hot oven f r
in hour, and serve In same dlh with
sweet or whipped cream
Vmil. t In -Windsor
Pan. and core a dozen med um-sized
cooking apples nnd rub each apple with I
i cut lemon to kcp them white, then
boil them ji a thin sugar sirup until
thev ire tender but not brokin l'ra'n
on a Mevc Hive rend pomi rue
cooked ns for croquette and spread 1
smooth laer about half an inch thick
on i pin sprinkle with powdered fiigir
and glaz. in the oven until a light
brown Then with a smill sized blwuu
cutter, cut out rounds of the rice and
arrange on a flit baking ulsh for swet
meats. Place an apple on rich round
nnd fill the avtt In eich apple with
peich or oranue mirmilade Orniment
ii vou like with candied fruits Reduce
the simp to proper consistency that of
honev ind pour over the apples bcrve
. iv (frciij iiiiui-f u.ca-. " uiuu -.vi,e is
Dellclons Ipplr Omelets (le bject ot t,,s ketch it slps on
To make two large omelets take the I ever the head and the tightening of the
olks of eight ver fresh eggs ind belt luing cord clos.s the front this cord
er light with four ounces or powdered l or coral pink lacing uraid and matches
sugir and grated clIow from half i In color the triangular talis seen on the
lemon rind Add a pound of tine sifted voke sleeves nnd licit The same color
flour, alternate! with the whites of the is used as pipings on the belt and cuff"
eggs beaten to a stiff white froth Mix tillt buttons ornament the tabs and
ell but lightly and then fold In a cup sold cord was used to work the eelets
of whipped cream Bake In two large A hand-embroidered linen sailor collar
flat omelets in i moderate! hot oven I is worn over the yoke
This skirt Is designed for the miss and
small woman, and Is a particularly easy
model to develop It hangs gracefully,
and there Is an under box plait al the
lower part of each seam for additional
width at bottom This does not detract
from the slender outline at present so
Tho pattern. No 6011. Is cut In sizes
II. 16, and IS ears Medium size will
require 2'3-8 jards of 36-Inch material.
The pattern can be obtained by send
ing 10 cents to the Pattern Department
of The Washington Herald
Velvet, silk, fur. and chiffon are often
seen In one frock combinations are so
much In favor this year
THE BUSV CORNER
Choice of Our Entire Coat Stock. Worth Up to IIO, Included with tba
Special Purchase of Women's
Winter Coats Offered at . .
In this purchase we secured coats that should sell for J23 a maker's
entire clearance lot. and this addition of coats from our own stock makes
to-day's coat buying; opportunity the one chance you simply cannot afford
The greater number are the full 5: and 54 Inch lengths, the very
latest styles, straight and seml-atted- -
This list of materials to select from Novelties Diagonals Kerseys
Boucles Broadcloths Cheviots Tweeds Chinchillas and Double
Fated Cloths. All sizes; all colors. Coat Store Second Floor.
SO. or SIS.
Tou may select from Messallnes Satins Crane Meteors Serges and
Diagonals. Many of them elaborately braided and trimmed with con
trasting colors. All sizes for women or misses.
Bargain Tables Street Floor.
Are Yob Lfiking fir New Ways to Make Good Things to Eat?
Come To-day -te Mrs. Wheelock s Cooking Class.
Hours 10 30 a. m. and 2 30 p m Place Our Fourth Floor Lecture Hoora.
Lectures and Demonstrations FREE.
Mrs Wheelock believes that a good workman requires good tools.
The practical needs of an economical but necessary cooking: equipment
and the satisfactory results that can be -obtained, when such equipment
Is scientifically used. Illustrated by the lecturer.
TO-DATS MENU OYSTER CHOWDER 8TBAMED CHICKEN
SPANISH STEW EGYPTIAN CAKE AND FILLING FRUIT COOKIES.
$5 00 w,n BuV You a One-piece E
W" ww Wortht at a Vtry Moderate Valuation. 10. J121
Good for Dandruff.
Four ounces common table salt and
fodr ounces of hot water; stir until
salt is dissolved, apply to hair and scalp
before retiring. In the morning comb
out again, apply that night again, and
on the following morning comb out and
shampoo, rinsing hair thorough!.
An Asbestos Pad for Table.
An asbestos pad for the table may be
made In this way: Get enough asbestos
paper to cover the table with double
thickness From a couple ot old sheets
cut two pieces the size of the table
Baste the asbestos paper between them
and quilt it on the sewing machine, us
ing a long stitch This Is necessary, as
th paper tears and pulls apart easily.
Put this pad on the table under oui
silence doth, and there will be no marks;
made on the polished surface by hot
Baked Chine (Pork).
Rub the chine well with salt. Place
In a dripping pan with a large teacup
of water. Put around the meat several
medium-sized sweet potatoes. Keep the
pan well covered and cook until thor
oughly done. Place the chine on a plat
ter with the potatoes around It
Fur Is used on the edges of transpar
ent gold-woven gauze.
LANSBURGH a1 CO.
i ' i
512 NINTH ST.
We Give Herald $25,000 Contest Votes.
Half Price for Marred Furniture
All Odds and Ends and Shopworn Furniture Are Being Disposed
of at Sacrifice Prices. Come To-day It Will Pay You.
$25 Art Circassian Washstand 9 00
M0 Circassian Walnut Toilet Table.. $20 00
i-JO Mahogany Princess Drescr $15 00
$14 Earh English Morns Chair 7.00
$6 Artistic Desk Chairs 3 00
i"23 Fumed Oak Rocker, looe Span
ish Leather Cushions - 12 50
$30 full-size Brass .Bed, guaranteed
lacquer " 15 00
$S5 full-size Brass Bed, guaranteed
lacquer , 35 00
$35 Golden Oak China Closet 17.50
$45 Circassian Walnut Dresser 22 50
$350 UmbrehVJars.. ...j'. 1.75
$40 Golden Oak Dresser, French Plate ..
Mirror ........ J 20 00
$25 BunW, to match J 17.75
One-piece $2 Axminster Carpet, yard. 1.00
One-piece $1 50 Axminster Carpet,
yard .; 75c
$7 Ladies' Desk, Mahogany finish. .. . S3 50
$2 Scotch Lace Curtains", pair t 1.10
$10 Portable Gas Lamps ..r v 500
$5 Damask -and Tapestrj Upholster
Goods, j ard $2x35
$3 75 Damask and Tapestry Uplibl- .
stery Goods, yardv. 1 95
$30 White Enameled Dresser, slightly. :
shopworn 7 14X0
$100 Flemish.Oak Hand-caned Buffet1 $50 00
.$20 Golden Oak'JDresser..,,..,..,.. $9.00 ,
$22 Golden Oak Extension table! solid
pedestal .?. . 411 00'
$4 Odd Dining-room Qhairs, leather J
scats . ,. . .x. . , . . . . .. $2 00 J
13 50 Dining Chairs, cane seats $1 25
15c Size Jars
THIS COrPOV and
Jo for rcgula lie
size Jar of Clean
hand Soap Powder
removes dirt, makes
the hands soft and
Toilet Goods Dept.
AT GOLDEN BERG'S"
"IT PAYS TO DEAL ft
SEVENTH AND K
Thursday's Special Lunch.
Served from 11 30 a. m. to 39 p m 11am Salad, t
cup of Coffee. Rolls, and Butter; price
("Purity" Special Lunch, Second Floor )
50c Pint Cans
THIS COUPOV and
SSc for PINT cans of
Olive Oil. sold regularly-
at 50c every
where. Grocery Dept.
McCalley & Kibbey's Stock at h and h Regular Prices
Continuation of the Remarkable Selling of Women's High-class, Distinctive,
Ready-to-wear Apparel at the Most Sensational Savings Ever Known in the
Retailing History of Washington.
From even ieu point this sale of the McCalley S. Kibbc stock of Women's Wear is the most
important trade event ever known in our histor. Alert bujers have been prompt to avail them
selves of the remarkable economies offered in the new and fashionable lines of merchandise for
hich this well known specialty store was noted among well dressed women, and new selling
'records have been hungup every da. No vsoman with the slightest need for new apparel can af
ford to miss this opportunitv the privilege of choosing from such a splendid assortment of s.-nart
and stvhsh garments at the tremendous reductions now in force ma not be ours again.
All the reserve lots of the McCalley & Kibbey stock have been placed on sale for Thursday
come and supplv vour needs while sizes and vanetv are complete.
McCalley & Kibbey's Stock of
FINE FUR COATS
.W00 Black Pom-skin Fur Coats $15 75
v)5 00 Russian Ponskin Fur Coats $24 50
70 00 Rusbian Pom skin Fur Coats $33 50
$90 00 Russian Ponyskin Fur Coats 39 75
$100 00 Natural Brown Pom skin Coats.. 34 50
$11000 Trimmed Pom skin . Coats 34 50
$105 00 Northwestern Mink Coats $42 50
$125 00 Russian Bab Pom skin Coats.. $47 50
McCalley & Kibbey's Stock of
Junior and Misses' Goats & Suits
All $18 00 and $20.00 Suits and Coats...
All $22 50 and $25 00 Suits and Coats...
McCalley & Kibbey's Stock of
Women's Fashionable Coats
Women's Coats, worth $15 00 and $20 00.. $8 50
Women's Coats, worth $25 00 and $27.50. .$9 50
Women's Coats, worth $30 00 and $35 00. $14 50
McCalley & Kibbey's Stock of
Handsome Dress Waists.
$3 and $3 50'Chiffon, Lace and Silk
$8 and $10 Silk and Chiffon Dress
McCalley & Kibbey's Stock of
Fur Sets and Separate Furs
$20 00 White Iceland Fox Sets $9.75
$2500 Red Fox Sets $1250
$35 00 Genuine American Black Fox Sets $15 00
$5000 Moleskin Coney Sets $22 50
$32 50 Genuine Red Fox Sets $15 00
$42 50 Genuine Alaska Black Fox Sets. ..$1975
$65.00 Finest Alaska Black Fo Sets $29.75
$115 00 Lefpzig-hed Lynx Sets $49 50
$125 00 Genuine "Cross Fox Sets .57 50
$225.00 Far Eastern Mink Sets $99 50
$175 00 Far Eastern Mink Sets $85 00
$75 00 Genuine Natural Raccoon Sets... $26 50
$2500 Black Fox Mnffs $1250
$20.00 Black Fox Shawls and Scarfs $7 95
$15 00 Jap. Sable Novelty Scarfs $4 75
McCalley & Kibbey's Entire Stock of
Women's Tailored Suits
Grouped in These Three Lots.
Tailored Suits, worth $15 and $20, at $6 50
Tailored Suits, worth $22 50 and $25. at. $10 00
Tailored Suits, worth $30 and $40, at. . .$14,60
Charming Lingerie Waists
From'the McCalley fie Kibbey Stock.
$L50 and $2 White Lingerie Waists 69o
$2.50 and $3 White Lingerie Waists 88a
$3.50 and $4 Hand-embroidered Waists... $1.48
$5 and $6 Finest Embroidered Waists... $2.88
Clearance Sale of Women's Shoes, nJI 5Q
Choice of Regular $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 Values. Offered at Kif X jJ
A general clearing sale of Women's Winter Shoes that brings the season's most popular styles
at less than usual factory cost. Your .opportunity to secure a nevy pair of stylish and serviceable
shoes way below customary cost. .
Choice offered of Russia calf, patentcolt, gun metal and vici kid leathers, in bujton, lace and
blucher styles, with high and low heels, plain and tipped toes. Hand-sewed and hand-turned
soles. AJl sizes from 1 to 8 in the lot, but not everv size of each style.
Choice of values worth $2.50, $3.00, and $3 50, "at $1 69 pair.
TheH...t,i.cSe.,on-piilV gurlce" Bonnets, &U? 69c
The charm" and simplicity of this newest model will be seen at a glance. Small wonder it has
taken the town byv storm, every woman will find it stIish and becoming.
"Billie Burke" Bonnets, made of plush material, in black, black and white, taupe, brown and
nd vy blue.
25c Mercerized Brocades, 1 OXn
HlKb-elau TfoveltT. ,-... X2L
A beautiful mereerlietotton fabric with a heavy
rich permanent satin finish: the latest fashion note
tor pharmlnff evening and party dressss. Every
woman knaws-that brocades lead. In popular favor
This handsome Imported cotton fabrto is shown In
the most exclusive effects found only In the high-class
weaves ot foreign manufacture Has the appearance
- of the' rich sntln-face.sllks, and a fraction of the cost.
Colors are light blue, cadet, pink. Copenhagen, lav
ender, gray, tan, and new French blue. Sale price,
IB Vic yard.
Women's "Onyx" Hosiery, jOE-
Usual 50c and TSc Values, at .".6UL
This famed brand of women's hosiery is well
known to the majority of Washington women, and the
opportunity to buy It at one-halt and two-thirds be
low regular cost will be appreciated.
The trade-mark stamp stands for high-quality and
The maker's samples on sale to-day at 25c pair,
consisting of plain and fancy silk and silk lisle stock
ings. In black and leading colors. Full fashioned toot
double sole, high spliced heel and toe. Usual SOc and
75c grades at 25c pair.
lor several elajs.
3&. 3ll4 fe-'y