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'THE WXSHINGTpN 'TDIES, TUESDAY? OCTOBER 8 1012. -
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'BATHING BEACH HEAD
"ASKS LARGER FUND
; TO CONDUCT POOLS
Dr. Hudson Points 'Out
Needs of .Swimming Place
, in Annual Report.
Larger appropriation! (or the bathing
beach In order that the Institution may
1i opened Max 30 and continue in opera,
tlon until October 1 are recommended by
Dr. W. D. Hudson, superintendent, In
hli annual report made 'public today.
Ihere being no fundi for maintenance
the beach was not opened this year un
til July 1. The season ended September
22. The attention of the Commissioners
! directed to the fact that In the last
Ave years only $5,000 has been appropri
ated for the construction of swimming
pool". In that time. It la stated, the at
tendance has Increased 200 percent, and
, the present plant has reached Its capa
city. To provide for the Increase in at
tendance Dr. Hudson la of the opinion
that' there should be constructed a pool
for the exclusive use of women and an
additional pool for men and bos. The
total number of bathers during the sea
son was CC337, Of these 8,000 were worn
,"en. Tt Is estimated that CO per cent of
the persons using the pools were adult".
Approval is ghen by Dr. Hudson o
the recommendation of E. 8. Martin
that swimming pools be Installed In all
Dr. Hudson recommends also that the
Commissioners endeavor to have Con
gress take such steps as will lead to
the uso of the tidal basin for swim
ming. The superintendent of public
buildings and groundj and the Finn
Arts Commission havo recommcndeJ
floating baths along the river front.
Recommendation Is made that author
ity be granted the guards to give
swimming lessons for pay ono hour be
fore the opening of the pools In the
Dr. Hudson suggests that the name
of the bathing beaoh bo changed to
Municipal anlmmlng pools.
The total receipts for the year, obtain.
d from' the rental or towels, suits, and
private lockers was 1733.
SISTERS SEND $1,000
MUNSEY HEARS NEWS
ABOUT THE PRESS
Learns From Brooklyn He Is to
Hire Colonel Roosevelt as
THREE SUICIDES IN
ONE FAMILY DURING
Checks Have Been Received
From Them Annually Past
TWo checks for KM each from two
sisters In New York members of a
prominent family were recevled today
by Superintendent Sumner I. Kimball,
of the Llfo -Having' service, ror aistriDU
tlon at Christmas time to -indigent for
mer members of tho service.
For sixteen years, similar cheeks have
been .received, always for tho samu
amount and with' tho same" Wiae'rstand
Ing for their distribution. Men who ara
out of the service, off the rolls, dis
abled or In want, are remembered from
this fund. Superintendent Kimball has
always been the medium of Its distribu
tion. He knows the contributors well,
but Is under pledge to keep their Iden
tity secret under pain of having tho
annual -'checks stopped.
ILettors will be sent this afternoon
to tho superintendents of all life-saving
districts asking thrm to give thn
names, addresses and circumstances of
former members of. the service who are
riinntiieil or In want The distribution
Is always made nt Chrlstmastlde. LaHt
ear It was distributed to 110 former
memoers 01 tno service.
At Falls Church
A Progressiva rally will be held at
Odd Fellows' Hall, Falls Church, Va .
Thursday night, where Senator Moses
E. Clapp. W. W. Wright, and Frank
T. Evans will speak. Evans Is the
Progressive candidate for Congress
In the district now represented by
Congressman Carl In.
Arrangements tor the meeting were
made by A. S. Woodland, of Virginia
State Progressive executive committee.
NEW Tronic, Oct. 8.-The Brookljn
Eagle jestorday published a rumor to
the effect that Theodore Roosevelt will
becomo an editor or the New York
Press after November 6 In the event
he' does not become President of the
United States. "Another Interesting
part of the rumor," the Eagle said, "is
that the Press was bought by George
W. Perkins and Oscar Straus, and that
the name of Mr. Munsey was used as
the owner In order to avoid, complica
tions." Following this publication In the
Eagle Mr. Munsey, answering Inquiries
froji oUier nowspapers. Issued the fol
"What you esv to me about the ru
mor that Mr. Itoosevelt Is to become
editor of the New York .Press after
November (I Is the first Intimation I
havo had on the subject. 1 have never
discussed this idea with Mr. Roose
velt, neither has he discussed It with
me. neither has It over been discussed
or thought of by onybody to my knowl-
'St'goes without sajlng thatlf Col
onel Itoosevelt Is not elected President
nothing would please me so much as
to secure a man of his ability for any
nno of my newspapers, but that I could
do so has never occurreo 10 inu, mm,
as a matter of fact, I do not bellove
It could bo done.
"I do not mind saying In this con
nection, that the salary that has al
rrady been fixed upon In Park 'How,
150,000 a year, wouldn't stand In the
way. Indeed, I think I could make
money In my publishing business on
Mr. Itoosevelt at a salary of a hundred
thousand dollars a year.
"I am sorrv to dlsauuolnt Park How
111 being compelled to say that Mr. George
W. Perkins and Mr. Oscar Straus had
nothing to do with the purchase of the
New York Prehs, and that no oUicr
man anywhere had anything to do w(th
tuo purcnusts yi ine cw iur -icbg.
Neither has any1 other man anywhere
had anything to do with the purchase
of any.of m,y publishing properties, nor
has any man anywhere any hold on
my publishing properties, newspapers,
or magazine. They urn quite- Inde
pendent or wall Htreet. oune inuenenu-
ent of politics, quite Independent of
banks and bankers, and of every
one else. They are my own prop
erties, to conduct as seems to me wise
and to the best Interests of the com
munity." U. S. Minister Beaupre
Leaves for Cuban Post
Arthur M. Reaupre. United States
minister to Cuba, today called at the
State Department to ay good-by to
the officials before leaving for Havana
Hq has been In this country tor sc-
eral months on leave.
Tho minister declined to discuss the
political situation in the Island and
Tiaa reticent regarding the assault on
Hush s. Gibson, charge d'affaires, by
a Cuban newspaper reporter. v
LAST TWO YEARS
tinner Swallows Acid After
Two Sisters Had Ended
Congressman Seeking Re
election Addresses Several
The iiilclde or William II. Wallace,
n tinner, twenty-nine years old, is the
third which has occurred In his Im
mediate family In less than two years,
During tbat time, the police say, two
of Wallaces slaters, Mho wero em.
ployed as waitresses In local cafes,
ended their lives.
Wallace killed himself at Fifth and
K streets northwest, by drinking t
quantity of carbolic acid yesterday aft,
ernoon. Pedestrians saw the man place
the phial to his lips and drink the con
tents. A moment later he sank to the
sidewalk. An ambulance was called
and Wallace wos taken to the Bmr-'
gency Hospital where he died within
a few minutes.
In tho pocket of Wallace's coat the
police found a note which read: "My
mother lives at 112 Ninth street south
east." The coioner gave a certificate
In the Casualty Hospital today Mrs.
Elizabeth Burleson, twenty-nine ' ears
old, wife of John Uurleson. an elevator
conductor In the State, War and Navy
building Is recovering from the ef
fects of swallowing a quantity of creo
sote and Inhaling illuminating gas with
alleged suicidal Intent, at her home, 63J
Orleans place northeast.
Mrs. Burleson, who, Is the mother ot
three children, jvas found last evening
by Mrs. John Benhara, wife of Police
man ISenham. who lives near by. Mrs.
Uuileson Is said to have been de
spondent for some time.
Mission Workers Meet.
LA CROSSE. Wis., Oct. l-Xhe North
western branch qf the Woman's For
eign Missionary Society ot the Metho
dist Episcopal Church began tts an
nual meeting In this city today with
delegates In attendance from Michigan,
Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin. The
sessions will continue until Friday.
Scheduled among the prominent speak
ers arii IllshoDs Wame and nirfham inil
Dr. Isaac Neadland, of the University
.Talks on Palestine.
"The Outlook In Modern Palestiln'
was tho subject ot an address given
by Alexander Aaronsobn before the
first meeting ot 'the Washington Al
liance of Jewish Women held In the
vestry of the Eighth Street Temple
TO ARRANGE PLANS
j i ,
Promoter of Christian Serv
ice Will Visit Many Lands
' to Spread Religion.
ROCKV1LLE, Md., Oct. S.-Heveral
hundred Democrats and others attend
ed a meeting In the opera house here
last evening In the Interest ot the Dem
ocratic Presidential, Congressional, and
Judicial candidates. It was held under
the auspices of the Wilson, Marshall,
Lewis, and Wprthlngton Club of Rock
ville, and was presided over by Col.
Spencer C. Jones. Addresses were made
by Congressman David J. Lewis, who
Is seeking re-election; State Senator
Dlalr Lee, Congressman A. F, Lever of
South Carolina, Colonel Jones, snd
Blue and Gray Meet on .
Li:XIK(JTO.NVv'Ky.,;iOet. .-A re
union of.the-survlrors-of-tbe battle of
Perry vllle which' ooourred Just fifty
years rago, on October tj 1S82,' was held
on thsvbattlefleld today,' It was a re
union' of the Illue and Gray, and from
far and near the old warriors Journeyed
toithe field to mingle together lit peace
and exchange fraternal greetlngs.Many
Confederate veteran of Kentucky and
neighboring States were' In attendance,
Mrlilla II, A ara.v rtf ih. Til, Watt k.h,a.
sented by the surviving Veterans of the
Eightieth Indiana 'Regiment, which had
a conspicuous part in tne.Dsme.-
J i '
C. P. Bryan May Retire .
The retirement of Charles Page Bryan
frontalis American ambass'adorhslp at
Tokyo Is rumored as airesult of his un
expected departure from hi post Just
before) Secretary of State. Knox sailed
from Japan. The former Is returning
to the United States via the Trans.
Siberian railroad; and there 1s 'much
speculation as to the reason why he
did not come home with the Secretary
on the battleship Maryland.
No plans' of Mr. Bryan are known
to the State 'Department, and no Infor
mation Is forthcoming here as to the
question ot his retirement
Mary Lee Offutt, aged five years.
daughter of Mayor and Mrs. Lee Offutt,
died yesterday afternoon In a Wash
ington hospital as a result of an op
eration for appendicitis performed the
Funeral services for Nathan 1'otten
ger Cooke, who died Wednesday night,
were held at : o'clock this afternoon In
Grace Methodist Church, Galthersburg.
n large gathering, attending. The nev.
J Harry Smith, pastor of the church,
officiated, and the Interment was In the
cemetery adjoining the church. Mr.
Cooke was sevtntytwo years old and Is
survived by a daughter. Mrs. Ira C.
Whitacre, of WoodsTde, this county.
The Rockville Women's Club held its
first meeting after the summer recess
at the home of the president, Mrs. Rob
ert C. Warfield, Thursday afternoon, a
large number of the members and
others .attending. Mrs. J. Wilson Town
sond, of Kensington, president of the
Montgomery County Federation of
Women's Clubs, delivered an address.
' r Evelyn Glascott read a paper, and
there were other Interesting features.
Acting Secretary of
Navy Winthrop Returns
Acting Secretary of the Navy Beek
msn Winthrop returned to his desk to
day, after a vacation spent at his home
at Wcstbury. Ii. I.
The Secretary will go to New York
In a day or two and remain during tho
great review which takes place in the
Hudson river off New York October
i: to 15. A number ot the battleships
ot the Atlantic fleet nave aireaay as
As a part of the Men and Religion
Forward Movement, Tred B. Smith,
promoter ot Christian service, will be
sent around the world on funds which
have been raised In this city. The
countries to be visited am llewal',
China, Australasia, South Africa, Korea,
Japan, the Philippines, and Great Bri
The Fred I. Smith Club, of this city,
has been organised In this city, a sub
sidiary ot the Young Men's Christian
Association, to finance the Journey.
Mr. Smith arrived In the city today to
discuss plans with S. W. Woodward,
chairman of the Y, M. C. A. board of
trustees, and William Knowlca Coqper,
secretary of the organisation, and
members of Die club.
Ills program for the day Includes
luncheon at the Commercial" Club as the
guest of James Sharp. Among those
present will be C. A.' Asplnwall. W. K.
Cooper, II. T. Domei, C. L. Harding,
W, II. Kerr, J. C. Letts, H. B. I Atac
farland, M. E. Miller, K. J, Pcele. John
Poole. M. M. Shand, II. A. Thrift. W.
W. Warwick, A, 8. Taylor, and M. T.
Endlcott, Jin meets Ilia executive com
mlttco of the movement at 2:S0 o'clock,
a group of ministers at the Y, M. C. A.
at 4 o'clock, nnd will take supper at C
o'clock with 100 members ot the Y. M.
1'-- ": t ?- Ai m
Famous Old Market
NEW YORK. Oct. J.-Old Washing,
ton Market, one of the few landmarks
left itandlng In lower Manhattan,
brushed up a bit today and decked Itself
out In flags and bunting In celebration
of Its one hundredth birthday. With
Essex Market a thing of the past and
the doom ot Fulten Market already
sealed, Washington Market is left prac
tically alone as the sole survivor of the
numerous publlcmsrkct places that for
merly were conspicuous In lower New
Fifty years ago the thrifty housewives
Urlng about Washington Square and In
old Greenwich Village descended dally
on the market to bargain with the Btat
en Island and Jersey truck farmers for
their supply of provisions. But the
market long ago lost Its old character.
The stalls aro now occupied by com
mission dealers instead of farmers,
while tne buyers for hotels, restaurants
and steamships are much more numer
ous among the patrons of the market
than are housewives.
you will feel like a
vsm t!jy tCV
jflL T SSSSSjSJBJW rfl -A
In the Department of Justice brief,
filed In the Supremo Court In the
"Bathtub trust" caso. Attorney Gen
eral Wickersham, declares that tho li
cense, arrangement adopted by tho
'"trust" Is merely a "hocus pocus,"
thtmble rigging device, by which they
expect to trick and bamboozle the pub
lic and the courts. .
"Behind the grinning maisk bf the
lir-ons agreement Is the common, vul
gar type of monopoly, which many
times has been condemned by this
court, dangerous alike to 'Individual
liberty and tho public well being,' Is
-v.au said by the court In the tobacco
Six Hurt, Twenty Barely
Escape in Train Crash
CHICAGO, Oct. 8. Six persons were
Injured and twenty others had narrow
escapes from death when a Pennsyl
vanla freight train crashed Into a west
bound Blxty-thlrd street car at the
Ixiavltt street crossing early today.
Tho street car was hurled from the
track and wrecked. J. Blackolter, flag
man, from Logansport, Ind , was one of
tho most seriously injured. His right
hand was crushed, and It Is belleed
ho suffered Internal Injuries.
Thousands drag along through
life, instead of striding along full
of joy and gladness.
Biliousness, Acid Stomach, Etc.
account for so many sallow faces sour looks
grouchy ways snarling words ill smelling breaths
because the stomach is all out of condition it
needs cleansing the blood needs purifying.
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the pure, tried and proven friend for all bowel troubles
will give you quick relief in a quiet smooth yet
And the great point about Partola is that it does
its work without pain, without griping, without nausea
simply causes a natural, easy bowel movement. It
is NOT a cathartic, but a gentle LAXATIVE BLOOD
PURIFIER, made from a proven formulae, contain
ing harmless ingredients that soothe whilst cleansing.
Get a box tonight, take two, and you will do a day's work
in a day. Partola taken occasionally say once a week will
keep the bowels clean the breath Sweet and the system
generally in good repair.
At all druMrjiU, 25c, 50c and $1.00 a box. For free sample and
100-page book, write Partola Co., 160 Second Ave., New York City.
Affleck's Drag stare, 004 a St.
Afflerk's Pharmacy, lBtti and I' S( N. .
Christian! Drug; Co 42u Oth St. It. M ..
638 I'enna Ale. N. W Union Station.
Francis M. Crlsmell, 1001 TtlSt. X, .
Day Co, 801 G St. N. W.
Collins, 1201 N. J. Ate. N. IV.
Walter Jt. Hill, 3200 M St. N. .
W. T. Kerfoot, jr., 7th and L Sts. ,N. .
Kins' Drug Store. S. IS. ror. 14th anil Mass. Ate, .. .
James O'Uonnell. 004 F St. N. W., l:t(u ana O Sts.
People's Pharmacy, Inc., 7h St. and Mass. Ave. N. .
Taylor iJtmb, Inc., N. Cap. St. and H. I. Ave., 3d. St. and Sid. Ar. .V L',
gehlffraaa .6 Goldsmith, 7th and M Sts.
J. C. Halrr. 14th anil Vermont Ave,
And all good doivssts.
-18c Rolls, of Toilet Paper, 4 for 19c
-'"Manhattan" Pure-Tissue Toilet Paper, one thousand sheets to
each, roll superior quality. sold regularly at 10c a roll; offered as
,a,' special .Anniversary value at FOUR IIOLLS for He.
More Examples of the Anniversary
Sale's Big Value-Incentives
SMYRNA RUGS In hand-
nomo oriental, floral, nnd medal
lion designs. In coloring; of icreen.
i en, Diue, fan, rose. Drown, ana
Bold. Htrlctly reversible quality
:in,u l'KHITKUT UOUDH.
Hlzn 30x60: with frlnsred
ends. Hold elsewhere at
SI.7&. Anniversary Bale
(umit two to each buyer.)
WILTON VELVET RUGS
In 'handsome medallion, floral, and
conventional patterns, showing;
nrlous rich color combinations.
KIM ft. 1 by JO ft. for larre
rooms. The well-known W. &. J.
filoune ami Al
BRUSSELS RUGS Largest
room size laxis ii.j; extra heavy,
seamless kind. In floral, medallion,
and conventional patterns, cholco
of red. green, blue, rose, und tan.
Ilar'ford, Smith and Sloono S-wIre
cranes, a o i u
regularly a t
BLANKETS In white, gray,
and tan with tilnk and blue bor
ders. Full double bed size. Silk
mohair binding-; soft wool-nap
ucecD wiai will
not become knotty,
jusi as warm as
.nil wool. Regular
11.00 value. Anni
versary Salo price.
BED COMFORTS Extra
large size .for double beds, cov
ered wltti',best grade illkollnes.
dark, colorings. Bcroll stitched
With- white sheet
H.M value. Anni
versary Sale price.
With heavy 2-Inch glU and dark
wood mouldings; size 16x20 and
Hx2S: choice of oblong, unrlrht
and square shapes. Large variety
ui Bui.jyviB, including
fruit. RCenrv. anil fat
similes. In carbon. EfPla,'
ana iimo nrims. values
nur.n i.w. Anniver
sary Sale price
Dest 180-warp grade, palmed'Tfln
Ish, long rush straw, with dou
ble wire edge. Htrlctlv .reversible.
In handsome Inlaid, damask, and
carpet designs of red. green, blue.
anu uui, , in muili-coi-ornlgs,
also plain white
Regular 35c value. An
WOMEN'S "SLIP-ON f'
5 RUGS Largest
2 ft.); extra heavy.
In floral, medallion,
3a) patterns, cholco
blue, rose, und tan.
h and Sloono 9-wlre
rainproof, full tu arid, well .allnrorl.
ill ..AM. ....
. a v u, in a m. c
felled and rein
forced., In popular
tan color. All
Sale price. i
LINING SATEENS Full
36 Inches.wlde. In navy blue, brown,
garnet, tan. gray, pink, light blue.
myriie, lavenaer, cream,
white, and black. High
ly .mercerized, finish. Re- .
gular -tfc value. Annl
vereary Sale price.. .....
VENISE ALL-OVER LACES
IS Inches wide, In white, cream, and
muck. I .it-Re arlety of
new nnd beautiful pat
terns. Worth H.2 a
yard. Anniversary Sale
LACES In white, cream, and
ecru, the most desirable stles for
making yokes. Sleeves.
Jabots, etc. Scon's of
designs. Worth Mc
yard. Annlsersury Salo
heay fleece lined garments; shirts
ana drawers to maicn.
All sizes. Sold regu
larly at K)c a garment.
LUNCH CLOTHS In Mex
ican work, round and squaie shapes.
ilcmBuicnea aim bvi-
loped edges. Size 45x43
Inches. Sold regularly
at 6c each. Annivers
ary Salo price. .. .
MEN'S NIGHT ROBES-i-
of Oomet Flannel, extra full cut
and well made. Some finished with
silk frogs and pearl but
tons. Light and dark
effects Regular $1.00
and JIM values Anni
versary Palo prlco
fine quality Sateen and Slack
Htrinxri Nenrsllk. highly mercerized
quality, made wltn tucK
ed and tailored flounces,
finished with underruf
flos. All lengths. Regu
lar II 00 value. Anni
versary Sale price
CHILDREN'S HATS Of
silk plush, corduroy, bearskin and
felt, in all tne ncwosi ana mosi De-
coming shapes for lime
Trimmed wun sjik no
tion, tailored bows, silk
cords or fciitheis All
leading colors and black.
Worth J2.0D. Anniversary
3. fUll CUt
SMALL WARES Special
values n't Bo tomorrow: -10c Nickel
plated Bpool Holders, 6c each; 6c pa
pers of Sewing Machine Needles, all
numbers and makes, TWO for 6c;
10a De Lone Hooks and Eyes, to
card; Clark's "O N. T." Darning
Cotton, TIIRKB HPOOL8 for 6c; 10c
English I'ln Rooks, containing a
good assortment of first quality
pins. (Notion Dept)
FIBRE SUIT CASES Good
quality, full 24-lnch size; with steel
frame and sole leather v ssv
8t consists of
rs Made of
sted and Cassl
: pin strlces and
i. Sizes 2 to 4S
ement. All lengths up
corners. Very durable
and light In weight.
Regular 11.60 value. An
niversary Sale price
NET BED SETS Made of
heavy qualltv double thread round
mesh net. with deep flounce ruf
fle. Pull double bed. size, with ex
tra large motif centers and cor
ners of Renaissance, In whlto and
Arabian shades. St consists of
spreaa ana cov
er for roll. Worth
s. w and iio. An
MEN'S PANTS Made of
good qualltv worsted and Cassl
mere. In neat dark pin strlces and
fancy gray effects. Sizes :s In '
waist measurement. All lengths up
to ait incnes. val
and $3 00 pair.
DINNER NAPKINS Of
extra quality Mercerized damask.
in six nanasome patterns.
zoxzu incnes. men, lus
trous quality. Sold
regularly at 11.55 a don
.en. Anniversary Sale
FALL LACES Including
Point de Paris Edges and Inser
tions, Cluny Bands and Edges, al
so all-linen Torchon Laces, lu
edges and Insertions. Just, the
styles wanted for trimming- lln
gene garments ana aea
oratlve linens. Regular lOq
and 16o values. Annlvcr-,
. sary Sale '
and women's plain whlie hem
stltehed and initial styles; gen-
erpus size Ud soft finish quality.
price, THREE for
SCARFS AND SHAMS In
Jananese hand drawn work.
choice of a good assortment of at
tractive patterns, scans
are 11x60 and Shams
are 30x30. Values worth
E9o each. Anniversary
SILK WAISTS In many
handsome styles and materials. In
cluding Silk Chiffon, 8at In Duch
esse. Chiffon Taffeta. Shadow Lace,
Lace and Net. etc Fashion's fairest
fancies for fall, in every snarlu
Values worth 5.
16. and 17. Anni
CHIFFONS In the stylish
dew-drop" designs, 46 incnes
wide. In white, pink, blue,
light bide and white on
black grounds. iteg'
ular 75c value. An
nl versaiy Salo
LACE CURTAIN S In
white, ecru, and Arabian shades;
consisting of Nottlnghora Lace, 3 and
3 yards long, wun neavy woraea
and plain centers; also Bobtnct,
2i, yards long, trimmed with Cluny
braid. Worth JIM
and 32.25 a pall.
YARD WIDE CURTAIN
SWISS Good sheer quality,
suitable for curtains, scans, uu
draperies, in dots,
stripes, figures, cord,
and lace effects. Sold
regularly at 12Vio a yd.
Anliersary Salo price.
SHEETS Size 81x90 inches,
made of fine, close woven sheet
ing cotton Hand torn
and Ironed. Finished
with good sized hem.
Usual 79c aluo. An
nlerfar Sale price. .
PLAIN COLOR CHAM
BRAY Full 36 inches wide,
In light und dark blue. cia
pink, and oxblopd. War
ranted fast colors. Vn.
equaled for wear. Reg
ular 10c value. An
niversary Sale price...
SHEET MUSIC The popu-
lar Eclipse Edition of Classical Mil
nlr In a larce selection of titles. In
cluding such old favorites as "Wnrlhg
Bong." "inaiterer." "Meiouy
in V," "Rustic Danco." "Bex
int from Luelfl." etc. Regu
larly 10c ccpy. Anniversary
Salo price, TWO for.
BLACK SILKS Full 36 in
wide. n. fine collection. Including Sat
In Mcssallne, Peau de Cygne. Gu.ii
anteed Tatleta. i-opiin, unci nuun
Duchess: rich. lustrous
mmlltv. and Jet black.
Regular J1.00 end J1.2J
values. Anniversary Salo
nei)t of at-
In every shadu
rimed with Cluny
rat is, uyu