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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 10.12.
Engines and Chief Answer
Call When Walter Dunni-
gan's Car Smokes.
Tlie blggont and most fdrmldable ag
gregation of flreflghtcrs In Washlng-
;tlon -was called out this morning: to bat
tle with 'the stingiest little blaze which
Fourteenth ami V streets has suen
since the last man stopped on that cor
her long enough to borrow the "mak
ings" and light a cigarette.
The rubber In motor section of Wal
tor Dunnlgan's automobile caught on
Ore as that young man was speeding
Uif Fourteenth street from the' Avenue,
nd when the llrst puff of smoke curled
through the holes In the hood of tho
nmhine, piinnlgnn Jumped. Somebody
say the leap and then the smoke. The
i aI iiiImb tliu unknown caw was tho
are alarm box, and he pulled It. Pretty
ti'Oii the sliiill whiitle of Chief ag
rer's automobile was heard, und around
the corner came the machine at a olx-ty-mlle
clip while Moxley, tho driver,
and the chlof had to hold on for dear
life to keep from falling out. Throe
of tho Firo Department's biggest en
gines followed on the heels of tho
A big crowd gathered around Dunnl
gan and his machine. If It hadn't, the
laddies never would have known where
the fire was. Some one tried to get
Dunnigan to sit on the blaze, but ne
didn't want to get too close to the
machine, as there was much gasolene
on board. Tho firemen connected their
engines with the water plugs and pre
pared to fight whatever Are that might
be causing damage there. They couldn't
find it, however. The crowd then point
ed out the blaze which gradually, but
surely was consuming the three-inch
rubber pipe, and incidentally was filling
F street with the odor not unlike a gltfe
factory in August.
Fire Marshal Nicholson and Police
Sergeant John E. Catts wouldn't let the
firemen flood the automobile, but took a
small chemical appliance, and with one
tug, quenched the flame. It took Ser
geant Catts and his reserves fifteen
minutes to disperse the crowd.
Dunnigan, who is a builder, lives at
425 it street nortnwest.
Little to Do, But Much Ado About It
TRIAL FDR THEFT
Attractive Woman Prose-
cutes Man Who She Said
Stole Her Jewelry.
Saul's Addition Emory I. Irrland et ux. to
Joieph Andrews, lot 26, square 2920. J10.
Twenty-first street northwest, between B and
C streets B. M. Frag to James F. Shep
person. original lots 1, 2, 11 to 16. square
1123, $10. James F. Shepperson ct ux. to
It. Golden Donaldson, same property, $10.
2SH and 2S02 P street northwest Ada D.
Loughran et vlr, Patrick H., to Rebecca
D. Bwlgart, Llllle G Ough. Letttla C.
I-attcrner. and Trueman R. Daw, lot 2S1,
square 1267, and part lot 210, square 1253,
Jit Pleasant and Pleasant Plains Levi H.
Dnvtd, trustee, to Alice M. Bright, lot 73,
square 2.S84. J3.0C0.
B19 Third street southwest Charles U. Cra
in et al trustees, to William L. Hardin,
part original lot 27, square 538, $1,625.
White Haven Luclen Keith et ux. to Clay
ton E. Emlg, lot 12 and west half- lot 11,
block 11, $10,
Douglas Samuel R. Bond et ux. to Willis
H. Bundy, lot 65. $10.
Center Ecklngton Brentano's to Mary A.
Norman, lot 43. square 19, $10.
S3 M street northwest George Stambaugh et
ux. to Thomas O'Reilly, lot 73, square 619,
Brookland Christopher C. Johnson et ux. to
Thrift Building Company, lot 28, block 27,
I street southwest, between Third and Four-and-a-half
streets Benjamin F. Lelghton
et al., trustees, to Rosa B. Chllds, part
lot '21, square S3S. $1,405.
H0S O street northwest Herbert A. Gill et
al., trustees, to Richard E. Fairo, lot 11,
square S13, $3,200.
Fetworth John H. Wick et ux. to Alvln
B. Lank, lot 26, square 30, $10.
Duplicate Key Thief
Is Loose Once More
Mrs. Annie Saunders, 600 Sixteenth
street northeast, prevented what might
have been another successful duplicate
key theft this morning when she found
a colored man on the stairway of her
home, The man gave his name as Jonn
Johnson. Nothing In the house .was
missing, and Airs. Saunders permitted
nim to leave. She afterward reported
the matter to the police.
One Sure Test.
"He drinks heavily."
"I know it."
"I am going to marry him to reform
"My girl, listen to me. Try one ex
periment before, vou do that."
"Taki1 in n week's washing to do and
soe how you like it." Journal.
Strike No Terror.
Husband This paper says It locks
very much like a coal strike.
Wife What do wa care; aiun i yuu
I say you were going to have steam neat
The Wife's Share.
I soe in this pap-r that Dr. Wiley
jays hi wife Is onthled to one-third of
the husband's salary. '
"Vcs The trouble Is that so mnny
wives don't sesm to know which third
it Is, and take all three."-Cleveland
No Use for Barbers.
Customer (in barber's chalr)-So you
haven't heard Von Thumper, the world
Barber No. Doze blanlsts neffcp bat
ronlze me, an' zo I neffer Patronize
The Man of the Hour.
"I Just love moving pictures."
"All right. Como up to the house and
help move ours. I never could do Jt
to suit my wife, anyhow." Detroit
Getting It Right.
"He is a great egotist."
"No, you are mistaken. He is merely
an egotist who thinks he is great."
Mistress Do you usually stay long at
one place. . . .
tsi,. TUnlrt nh. vp' lnnir pnnuch to
get the family history. Philadelphia
Novel flirtation involving tho
'.'shrugging of shoulders" and "mak
ing eyes" ended disastrously for Miss
Lee Chapman, an attractive looking
woman of possibly thirty summers,
Saturday night, according: to evidence
adduce in the I'ollcq Court today dur
ing the hearing of James R. Champ
man, alias J. H. Chapman, charged
with stealing valuable Jewelry be
longing1 to the woman.
Miss Chapman told the court that
she met her namesake by flirting with
htm in a cafe. When asked how tho
flirtation was carried on sho said that
she and the "stranger made eyes at
each other and then when wo saw
that we could be congenial we shrug
ged our snouiaers.
Miss Chapman further declared that
unman uorrow ner money to nuy
drinks and "later In the evening
Chapman said he was going to hlb
hotel. He Jumped from the cab Miss
Chapman said And when he did not
return she discovered he had taken
her Jewelry with him. The Jewelry
Central Office Detective Messer testi
fied, wan recovered at a local pawn
shop. Chapman was held In $1,000
bond for, the action of the grand Jury.
Today Is Longest
Day of the Year
Between sunup and sunset It Is fully
fifteen hours today. It's the longest day
of th cycar.
Not only Is It ihe longest, but It Is also
one of the pleasantcst nnd most equable
days that June has yet afforded us.
The temperature Is nellther tqo high nor
too low, and thore Is a breeze stirring to
neutralize tho touch of summer heat.
When the sun dips below the horizon
tonight it marks its highest notch, so
far as lato hours aro concerned, , and
from this tlmo uqtll next December it
will make its dally if arowoll on a gradu
ated schedule, clipping off a few min
utes every day.. .
i i i
Germans Taft Hosts.
President Taft today accepted the
invitation to go to Philadelphia July
1 to attend the saengerfest, to be
given b ythe Northeast Saengerbund.
More than 6,000 delegates will be
there. "Tho fest will begin June 29
and last through July 4. Tho Presi
dent will remain In Pennsylvania but
a lew hours.
Mrs. Nubbons My husband is a per
fect brute. v
Friend You amaze me!
Mrs. Nubbons Since baby began
teething nothing kept him quiet but
pumng pas beard. yesterday ne
UNCLE 51 GREAT
Mann Declares Item in Sun
dry Civil Bill Is
"I wouldn't hang a dog on such evi
dence," said Minority Leader Mann to
day In protest against the Hem In the
sundry civil bill, which directs the DIs-
-trlct Comptroller to pay the Federal
Government 736,O00 for the care of pa
tients at the Washington Insane Asy
congressman Mann asked Chairman
Fitzgerald, of the Appropriations Com
mittee, it annyone representing the Dis
trict had been heard on the matter,
fltzgerald replied. "No." Mann assert
ed that the matter never had been tin-
fore a proper subcommittee and made a
juim or oraer ugainst tne provision on
me ground mat it was new legislation
man-man Jonnson. of th District oi
Columbia Committee, who was presid
ing, held that the Item -wan not legisla
tion, but w as legislative direction. Ho
said that the law plainly provided that
the District should pay for the care ot
Report Surrender, of
Cuban Rebel Leaders
HAVANA, June 2L Itr was reported
this afternoon that General Estenos
and General Ironci, negro rebel lead
ers, had surrendered to tho commanded
of tho naval station at Guanlnnamo.
Summer Aids to Beauty
(Esther in Household Helps.)
"Faca powder helps that 'ehlny look
only a few minutes, and then.1 when
rubbi'd off, u woman's appearance is
wows than cver A true complexion
Oeautlfler Is made by dissolving an orig
inal package or mayatone in a half
plnt witch hazel. Gently iub this lo
Hon ovt:r face, neck, and arms every
morning. It 'holds' all day long, anl
your complexion soon is clear, smooth,
satiny, and free from blemish.
"Short-slecvcd valuta sometimes prove
cmbarr.tsslng to a woman never troub
led witii supcrflous hair 'on her face.
Delatone will remove wild hairs. Just
m!x powdered delatone with enough
water to cover the hairs; apply, and.
ufir two or throe minutes rub' off.
viHrn me BKin ana no naire will uo
'A great advantage of a dry shampoo
ic that ono la not compelled to devoto
hours to drying the hair. Tho best
thampoo powder is a mixture of four
ounces of orris root and an original
package of thero.t. Sprinkle a little on
the head, brush through the hair, and
It removes duct, oil, and dandruff. leav
ing the scalp clean, cocl, and refreshed,
and the hair ll?ht, fluffy, and lustrous.
"To moke thin, short, eyelashes grow
In long, thick, and atlky with a beauti
ful curl, apply plain pyroxin to tho
patients in the public asylum. The Item daily. Rubbing pyroxin on straggly
was retained In the bill bya vote of 33 eyebrows will make them long and
to 11. I likv."
Nineteen-year-old Herman G. Hood,
who said he lived In Baltimore, pleaded
guilty in Police Court today to stealing
jewelry from rooms In the Windsor
apartment house and was remanded to
Jail that the court might further in
vestigate his case.
New Drug Thnt Quickly Ilemoves
These Homely Spots.
There's no longer the slightest need of
feeling ashamed of your freckles, as a new
drug othine double strength, has been dis
covered that positively removes these home
Simply get one ounce ot orhtnc double
strength, from any drugglrt In the city of
Washington and apply a little of it at night,
and In the morning you will see that even
tho worst freckles have begun to disappear,
while the lighter ones have vanished en
tirely. It Is seldom that morn than an ounce
Is needed to completely clear the skin and
gain a beautiful clear complexion
De sure to ask for the double strength
othine. as this Is sold under guarantee of
money back if It falls to remove freckles.
OF I. HAAS & CO.'S
Lucky Purchase Sale of
S22.00 Blue Serge and Fancy
Mixed Goat and Trouser Suits
TO MEASURE AT
Hundreds of Men
Are taking advantage of this great saving in Haas High-Class
Just think of it! Guaranteed absolutely Fast Color Blue
Serge and Fine All-Wool Fancy Coat and Trouser Suits to
order at $14.50. You can't duplicate them anywhere in
this country at $22.00. They're going fast better leave
your order Saturday.
. HAAb & Ull. 1211 Pa. Ave
$2 & $2.50 Silk Parasols
Manufacturer's 4 4Q
Tomorrow we will put on sale a special lot of
Women'sSilk Parasols a manufacturer's, samples con
sequently including many stylish shapes and all desir
able colors. Plain colors, stripes, dotted effects, and
high-class embroidered pongee covers. All have high
class hardwood sticks.
Regular $2.00 and $2.50 values. Special at $1.19.
Open Saturday Night Until 9 o'clock
'IT PAYS TO DEAL
AT XSOLDErJ BERGS'
SEVENTH AND K "THE DEPENDABLE STORE'
10c and 15c White Wash Beltings 5c
White Wash Beltings for your summer costume. Choice of
beautiful embroidered and woven effects. In plain white and
dalntv colored effects. Tomorrow, any belt length required,
LEATHER HAND BAGS
Worth up to $5 $2.89
A fine lot of hlgh-cIaBS Leather Hand Bags, In the
newest and most stylish shapes and styles. Large and
small hags., including many of the popular carriage bags
In seal grain and cowhide leathers.
Values worth up to $5.00 at $2.89.
$3.50 "Unbreakable German Silver Mesh Bags, full 5
Inch Gorman sliver frames. Polished and oxydized finish.
Fine quality durable Gorman silver mesh, with dJO AQ
long chain. Special at tNS40
$1.50 German Silver Mesh Bags, fine link mesh, full
4-Inch German silver frames, with ' long chain. fiO
Kid lined. Special at J7oC
A Wash Dress Sensation $1 QC
Values Worth $4 and $5 for I ZFkJ
When such dainty summertime Wash Dresses can be bought for this low
price no woman should hesitate to buy at least one or two. This great sale is bas
ed on a purchase of a prominent maker's overproduction, canceled orders and sam
ples all of which are combined in one big lot of garments that will create im
mense enthusiasm tomorrow.
The lot consists of Wash Dresses, Tub Dresses, and Frocks, of Imported Woven Tissues, Sheer
Lawns, Swisses, Imported Madras, Irish Linen, Chambray, Gingham and Linene, in unlimited variety of
new and pretty models and attractive color combinations.
Sizes 13, 15, and 17 years for juniors, 14, 16, and 18 years for misses, and 34xto 40 for women.
Values worth S4.00 and $5.00 for $1.95.
Last Days of the Sale of
Men's " " Neglige Shirts
Come Tomorrow and Pick Out Your Supply ef 1
Summer Shirts, worth $1.50 and $2.00, at OlC
This great shirt sale is drawing to a close
don't pass up the opportunity to secure
your share of these remarkable shirt values.
Men are wisely buying them by the half
dozen and dozen, knowing that such un
usual savings are not likely to be known
again this season.
A fine selection of patterns, smart, neat,
and refined, ready for Saturday's great sell
ing. A great many with SOFT FRENCH
CUFFS, others with attached cuffs. Plain
or plaited styles, all made in "coat" style.
Some with collar attached.
Alfkinds of materials, such as imported Woven Madras, French
Percale, Striped Madras, Plain White Madras, Plain Colored Madras,
Pongee, Soisette, Russian Cords, and Mercerized Shirtings.
Patterns to suit every taster light, medium, and dark grounds,
showing neat stripes, dots, and figures. Every good washable color
represented. Every size from 14 to 18. Sale price, 69c
"" mmm ' r - -
Dry cleans soiled
White Buckskin. Nubuck
Suede, Canvas, etc.
A .oomlnliutai" fttvrtU Istl U
NU'BUCK POLISH CO.
BALTW0JE. MD. U. 5. A.
The Wonderful White
Will be demonstrated In our Shoe
Department Saturday and Monday ba
tween 9 and 12 A. M. arid 1 to 5 P. M.
See thin demonstration and be con
vinced of the wonders of "Nu-Buck"
Cleaner. It easily and quickly cleans
Nu-Buck, Buckskin and all white un
Prices 15c and S5e per box.
FREB-A Chemically Prepared Cloth
With Every Box.
Remarkable Value at JmjZf
Blue Golf Cap to Match Given Free
It is no small achievement to be able to offer boys'
serge suits of such unusual quality at the astonishingly
small price we name for tomorrow's sale. Parents who
have learned to expect unusual values from this clothing
department will appreciate the big saving offered.
Strictly pure worsted serge, guaranteed absolutely
fast color; fashioned in the natty yoke-plaited Norfolk
style, in sizes 6 to 14 years arid double breasted model in
sizes 7 to 17 years. Knickerbocker trousers, full lined
and taped. Every suit is carefully tailored and we guar
antee the seams not to rip.
With each suit we will present a navy blue golf cap
to match free of charge, thus increasing an already re
markable suit value.
Men's High Grade Suits 1 1 7C
Worth $18 and $20, for T v
In this stock-righting sale of Men's Summer
Suits we have included the various lines from our
better grades of clothing of which we have too
many, and marked them for quick disposal tomor
row. For you it means a remarkable saving on a
suit of the highest class for let if be understood
that every suit in this sale is the finest quality pro
duced by the best clothing designers in America,
and cannot be duplicated in style for less than the
regular prices, which are eighteen and twenty dollars.
They consist of finest hand-tailored suits, fashioned of pure
worsteds, in a wide range of patterns, such as dressy grays, fancy mix
tures, stripes, fancy blues, browns, etc. Conservative models and the
newest English cut Sizes in the lot to fit almost any figure.
Choice of values worth 18 and $20, for $11.75.
Saturday Cut-price Sales from 2 to 6 P.M.
25c Garters, 12Hc.
Men's 25c Brighton Pad Gar
ters, plain colors only. 2 to 6
p. m. at 12 l-2o pair.
25c Undershirts, 9c.
Men's Atfietlc Undershirts,
buttonless and sleeveless. 2 to
S p. m. at 9c each.
Men's Hose, 20c
Men's 0c "Onyx" Pur Slllc
Half Hose, plain colors and
fancy effects; all sixes.
$1.48 lints, 70c
White Ratine Hats. In all
the new outing shapes for
women, misses, and children.
12c Ribbons, 7c
Taffeta Ribbons, 3 1-2 Inches
wide. In white, light blue
red, pink, and black.
10c Cold Cream, 6c
DajKett & Ramsdell's Per
fect Cold Cream, In tubes. 2
to 6 p. m. at Be.
10c Sen Salt, 5c
Genuine West India Sea Salt,
for baths: large size blocks.
2 to S p. m. at 6c
10c Soap, 2 for 7c.
Armour's Benzoin and But
termilk Complexion and Toilet
Soap. Two cakes for "c.
25c Rnblfontn, 15c
Regular 25c bottles of Hoyt'a
Rublcoam. for the teeth. 2
to ( p. m. at 15c.
50c Ilerplclde, 31c
Regular size bottles of Ne?r
bro's Herplclde. the widely ad
vertised hair restorer.
50c Crenm, 20c
Hind's Honey and Almond
Cream, a delightful preparation
for the skin.
15c Toirde' 8c
Rich's Training v mtus Tal
cum Powder: high-grade tal
cum, with the popular arbutus
39c Extract, 18c
Woodworth's Blue Lilies Ex
tract, regularly S9c ounce: 2 to
S p. m. Half-ounce bottles
25c Wnlsts, 19c
Children's Skeleton Suspen
der Waists, with rubber but
ton hose supporters attached.
All sizes. (N'otlon Dept.)
Sowing Silk, 4 for 5c
Good quality Black Sewing
Silk, letters A and B. For
machine or hand sewing. Four
spools for 6c
20c Saucepans, 9c
Enameled Covered Saucepans,
with long handle; 4-plnt size.
25c Rings, 9c
Children's Gold Shell Rings,
neat stone set designs; wear
50c GIotcs, 25c
Women's 12-button Lisle
Thread Gloves, In white only:
all sizes. 2 to 6 p. m. at 25c
19c Drawers, 14c
Women's Muslin Drawers,
made nlth French bands; full
cut sizes and neatly made
39c Dresses, 19c
Children's White Dresses,
Mother Hubbard style; sizes 1
and 2 years only.
12Jc Drawers, 6Hc.
Children's Muslin Drawers,
full cut and well made; sizes
2 to 10 years.
75c Sicilian, 48c
4Mnch English Mohair Sici
lian; dust proof quality; black,
navy blue, gray, and brown.
59c Sheets, 85c
81x00 Bleached Sheets, with
welded seam; hand torn and
Ironed. Heavy close woven
79c Sheets, 55c.
81x30 Seamless Bleached
Sheets, double bed size; fine
quality close woven sheeting.
$1.25 Spreads, 75c
ll-quarter Crocheted Bed
Spreads, In heavy raised pat
terns. Worth $1.25 each. 2 to
6 p. m. at 75c
12&c PIHow Coses, 9c
')x3S Bleached Pillow Cases,
large size; hand torn and
Ironed. 2 to t p. m. at 9c
8c Ginghams, 476c
Standard Apron Ginghams. In'
blue, brown, and green checks.
Warranted fast colors.
126c Cotton, 7T6c
Yard-wide genuine Andro
scoggin Bleached Cotton; 2 to
t p. m. at 7!lc yard.
10c Cambric, 6?c
Yard-wide White Cambric,
a fine soft finished grade, free
25c Linen, 12c
S6-lnch Wblte Irish Linen,
warranted all pure linen.
Worth 25c yard. 3 to 6 p. m.
at 12 l-2c.
5c Towels, 2 for 5c
Regular Bo Fringed Honey.
Comb Towels. 2 to 8 p. m. at
TWO for 5c
$1.00 Silk, 69c
S-lnch Changeable Chiffon
Taffeta Silk, all silk; guaran
teed to wear. All color com
binations. 25c Caps, 10c
Boys' fancy Worsted and
Casslmere Golf Caps; worth
25c each. 2 to p. m. at 10c
39c Blouses, 21c
Boys' White Madras and
Cream color soisette Blouses,
with collars attached; sizes 5
to 15 years.
$4 and $5 Suits $2.08.
Boys All-wool fancy Cassl
mere double-breasted Suits,
with Knickerbocker pants;
spring weight and patterns;
sizes 7 to 17 years.
89c Lambrequins, 19c
300 Satlne Lambrequins,
fringed aides and ends; floral
and oriental designs; assorted
29c Sacques, 17c
Women's Combing Sacques.
good quality lawn; striped and
dotted designs. Loose fitting.
Men's $10 and $12
Men's two and three-piece
summer Suits, In light grays
and tans; half and full lined.
2 to 6 at (5.50.
Men's $3 Pants, $1.95.
Men's Worsted Pants, In neat
patterns of dark pin stripes.
Sires 31 to 44 waist measure
ment. 19c and 25c Carpet, 12c.
25 rolls of N'apler Stair and
Hall Carpet. 18 to 22 1-2 Inches
wide; red, green, tan, and
brown colorings; reversible.
25c Crib Blankets, 12)c
One case of Crib Blankets;
white with pink or blue bor
ders. Soft fleece finish. Size
$1.25 & $1.50 "Screens, 79c
25 bales of Japanese Bamboo
Porch Screens, 8 ft. 6x6 ft.
size; complete with rope and
30c Mattings, 15c
50 rolls of fine quality 180
warp Japanese Mattings, close
woven; smooth finish straw,
double corded edges; hand
some carpet designs,
50c Kettles, 25c
Enameled Tea Kettles, eight
pint size. Worth 50c each; 2
to S p. m. at 25c.
20c Window Screens, 12Wc
Walnut finished Extension
Frame Window Screens; steel
centers and slides. 18 Inches
high, open to 33 Inches.
5c Moth Balls, 2 for 5c
Regular 5c packages of best
quality fresh stock Napthallne
Moth Balls. TWrO package
4c Mats, 3 for 5c
Asbestos Stove Mats, metal
binding; nine Inch size. Sold
regularly at 4c each. 2 to t
p. m. at THREE for 5c.
J. M. M. Coffee, 24c
Gillie's J. M. M. Brand
freshly ground Coffee. 2 to 6
p. m. at 24c Dound.
5c Sardines, 2 for 5c
Regular 5c cans of Extra
Quality Sardines, packed In oil.
2 to 6 p. m. at TWO cana for
12Wc Corn, 2 for lie
Extra Quality Sugar Com;
sold regularly at 12'l-2o each;
2 to 6 p. m. at TWO cans. He.
5c Milk, 3 for 10c
Borden's Feerless Milk; reg
ular 5c cans. 2 to 6 p. m. at
THREE cans for 10c.
5c Laundry Soap, 2 for 6c
Proctor & Gamble's Lenox
Brand Laundry Soap. 2 to 8
p. m. at TWO cakes for 6c.
75c Pique, 39c
French Pique. extra fine
grade; choice of several pop
ular size welts.
50c Batiste, 25c
47-Inch White Mercerized Ba
tiste, very fine sheer grade.
2 to 6 p. m. at 25c yard.
$2.00 Xainsook, $1:35.
40-Inch English Nainsook, 12
yard pieces; soft finish grade.
2 to 8 p. m. at 81.35.
25o Percale, 12fic
Sil-lnch White French Per
cale, for making waists, suits
and men's shirts.
75c Ramie Linen, 45c
47-Inch French Ramie Linen,
heavy round thread quality;
all pure linen; choice of tan,
russet, gray, brown, and oyster
3 for 25c
Men's Pure Linen Hem
stitched Border Handkerchiefs,
. also women's pure linen initial
Handkerchiefs. 2 to 6 p. m. at
THREE for 25c.
Dr. Blair's Famous
An Improvement on all Face
Powders. More LASTING and
Invisible. Does) not rub off.
Greaaeleaa, harmless and vrlll
not promote the Kttmth of
hair 25c, 50c, 75c, SI.
aTO1?1? Saturday and Mon-
IEjj day a 1 jar,0f Dr,
Blair's Cream of Cucumber for
7Bc, with which we will give a
10c Silk Sponge and a 10c Cham
ois FltEE. a total value rten
at $1.20 for.
Stylish Summer Footwear
Womon's "Whlto Canvas Button
Boots, 12 and 14-button styles.
r-.00 and 92.50.
Women's White Nu-buck and Tan
Hussla Calf Button Boots, 13, 14,
and 16 button styles. Sizes 2V4 to 8.
2.50, 93.00, 93.50. and 94.00.
Women's Oxfords and Pumps, of
white canvas and white mi-buck,
tan Russia calf, patent colt and
gun metal: with and without
straps. All sizes. 92.00, 92.50, 93.00,
93.50, and 94.00.
Boys' and Little Gents' Shoes and
Oxfords, of Tan Russia Calf, Pat
ent Colt and Gun Metal.
Sizes 10 to 13 H. 91.25 to 92.25.
Sizes 1 to 2. 91.50 to 9CO.
Sizes 2H to 5H. 9t.U0 to 93.00.
Misses'. Children's, and Growing:
Girls' ShoeB and ankle, strap
Pumps, of white canvas and white
nu-buck. All styles and sizes.
Sizes 1 to 6, 50c to 81.25.
Sizes 4 to 8, 75o to 82.00.
Sizes 8U to 11, 81.00 to 82.25.
Sizes 111, to 2, 81.50 to 92.75.
Sizes 2V4 to B, 91.00 to 93.00.
Misses', Children's, and Growing
Girls' Button Shoes, Oxfords and
Pumps, with and without straps.
Of tan Russia Calf, Patent Colt.
Gun Metal. Vlcl Kid. and Velvet.
Sizes 1 to 5, 50c to 91.00.
Sizes 4 to 8, 75c to 92.00.
Plzes 8 to 11, 91.00 to 82.25.
Sizes UV& to 2. 81.25 to 83.50.
Size 2 to 6. 81. un to 93.00.