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NEWEST WITNESS IN
Woman Declares CpUntess
Szabo Planned To Go
NEW YORK. Oct. 10.-A fresh sensa.
tlon Is Impending In the Burton W.
Gibson case. Aulitant District Attor
ney Wasservogel, who la conducting tht
investigation Into the 'confession of Rosa
Ouerra, said today:
"There la something- stirring whch
we mar have-In hand by Saturduy or
There came to Mr. Wasservogel today
news of, another witness a woman
who waa Intimately acquainted with
noaa Biabo, whom Gibson la accused of
having; murdered. She declares that
not only did Mrs. Szabo tell her that
she planned to go to Europe, but that
Gibson waa going to accompany her.
Gibson baa declared Mrs. Siabo had no
Intention of coins abroad.
"We are having this woman looked
up," said Mr. Wssservogel, "and her
atory will be checked up together with
the confesalon of Ross Guerra.
Finds Guerra Story Straight.
"We have found no breaks In nose
Quern's story. Bhe haa an Intimate
knowledge of Gibson's affairs. In ad
dition she has Imparted to us Informa
tion which has never appeared In the
r-ewspapcrs, ao the hypothesis that she
la a crank who has merely recited, with
a persona application, facts which she
has read Is untenable."
District Attorney Rogers, of Orange
county, called oa Gibson In the Goshen
Jail the other day after the accused
man had aent him repeated messages.
The call developed the amazing fact
that Gibson wanted to warn the Orange
county official not to be taken In by
the Rosa Guerra atory.
"I want to tell you not to be de
ceived." aald Gibson. "I knew f this
noaa uuerra atory two weeks ago. and
had her looked up In Elmlra. ItMs all
a newspaper plant."
r.. tiogera said the Gibson case
would be laid before the grand Jury
iio urn t or cany next, lie iooki
for a. speedy Indictment, and expects
ujoson 10 oe piu. on, trial in December.
Judge Asks An Inquiry.
Dr. Frltr Flscherauer. Auatro-Hun.
barlan vice conaul.irecelved a letter yea-1
icraay rrom jacoo luna, a vienese
Judge. In which the latter tells of hav
ing aeen In a civil court 'paper, some
time In 1892. 1S93 or 1894, a notice signed
by one Burton Gibson, asking for heirs
of Jacob Pluss or Flusser. Judge Fluhs
ays that, believing reference might
have been had to some of his relatives,
he caused an Investigation to be made,
but was unable to learn anything. lie
heard nothing more about the matter,
but last summer received a call from
two Americans, which he describes as
mysterious; They brought greetings
from relatives' In America, made In
quiries as" to" the length -of time he had
resided In his present home and left,
promising that he would hear from
Judge Fluha says he haa alnce heard
nothing, and reading the atory of Qlb
aon and the Szabo caae. he concluded
the call of the Americana might have
been significant. He aaks the Austro
Hungurlan officials lere to Ineitlrito.
Fourteen Are Named
From Jury Panel
Out of a panel of twenty-six men only
fourteen Jurots have so far been chosen
for the Police Court Jury trials. The
men chbaen aa Jurora yesterday are
Luther L. Apple, Fenton R. Dennlaon,
Albert C. llayden, Samuel R. Carver,
William II. Green. Fillmore Harrison,
Daniel A. Edwards, Clarence Beck,
William Q. Baker, Jeremiah M. Burrell,
Robert W. Glllan, Frederick J, Acton,
Edward J. ilannan, ana cnanea B.
A aecond panel of twenty men will be
summoned today to appear for examina
tion Thursday. Twelve wl'l he selected
from this panel, the Police Court juries
numbering twenty-six men. Moat of
those who wero not selected from the
first panel were execused because of
Resigns From Board
Chandler P. Anderson, solicitor of the
State Department has resigned as a
member of the commission Investigating
the New Tork board of appraisers.
It will probably be several days or
possibly weeks, before hla successor Is
appointed by the President through Sec
retary Macveagh of the Treasury De
partment. American Consul Mails
' Peru Rubber Report
Stuart J. Fuller, American consul at
Iqultos. Peru, who was assigned to In
vestigate the conditions In the Putumayo
ruhb.r rerlona. haa Informed the Btata
Department by telegraph that hla full
report has been aent by mall.
The conaul gives no intimation that
permanent relief has been granted In-
dlaps from tile atrocities which were
practiced upon them In the rubber fields,
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Surpassea evaa the amailna popularity of the
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ARMY AND NAVY ORDERS
The following assignments of officers
of the Quartermaster .Corps are or
dered to take effect November
Colonel JOHN JJ. BELLINGER, (as
elatant quartermaster general) to
Eastern Division, as chief quarter
master of that division.
Major WILLIAM B. ROCHESTER,
Major WILLIAM B. I10RTON, (quar-i
termasterl. , , ,
Major FRANK H. LAWTON. (commla-
aarvl. . ' ,
Captain BRIANT H. WELLS, (quar-
Colonel JOHN L. CLEM (assistant
quartermaster general), to central
Division, aa chief quertermaater of
that division .until relieved by Col
onel ABIEL. L. SMITH (assistant
commissary general), when Colontl
CLEM Will repair to Washington.
D. C and report to the Chief of
the Quartermaster., ;Corps for duty
In his office. ,
Colonel ABIEL L. 8MJTH . (aaalatant
commissary general) from duty as
purchasing commissary and sub
alatence superintendent. Army
Transport Bervlce, New York city,
to Central Division, for duty , aa
chief quartermaster or that dlvlalon,
r.lltvlnir Colonel CLEM.
Lieutenant Colonel FRANK r. BAST.
MAN (denuty commissary general).
uoionei uariiiu. & -
(deputy , quartermaster
Lieutenant Colonel JAMES B. HOUS
TON (deputy paymaster general).
Lieutenant Colonel BEECIIDR B. RAY
(deputy paymaster general).
Captain JOSEPH F. GOHN (quarter
master), assistants. .
Colonel FREDERICK VON 8CHRAD
ER (aaalatant quartermaster gen
eral), to Western Division, for duty
as chief quartermaster of that dl-
Colonel HAMILTON S. WALLACE,
(assistant paymaster ireneral).
Lieutenant Colonel CHARLES R.
KRAUTHOFF (deputy commissary
general). Major GEORGE E.
BTOOKLH (quartermaster). Captain
ORRIN R. WOLFE (quartermaster),
Major B. FRANK CHETHAM (quarter,
master), to department of .Hawaii.
as chief quartermaster of that dc-
Captain DAVID B. CASE (commissary).
Captain ELEUTHEROS H. COQKM
(paymaster),. Captain CLIFFARD
OAMK (quartermaster), Captain
FRANK B; EDWARD8 (quarter-
' master), assistants.
Lieutenant Colonel MOSES O. ZALIN
SKI (deputy quartermaster general)
to duty a depot quartermaster. New
York depot of 'the Quartermaster
Lieutenant Colonel RICHMOND McA.
SCUOFIELD (deputy quartermaster
general). Major MARTIN J. HENRY
(commlaaary). Captain RALPH'S,
. GRANGER (quartermaster). Captain
JACK HAYES (commlaaary), assist
ant Colonel WILLIAM H. MILLER (assist
ant 'quartermaster general) to duty
as depot quartermaster, Seattle de
pot of the Quartermaster Corps.
I Major HUGH J. GALLAGHER (com-
CIHTTY (quartermaster). Captain
WILLIAM M. GOODALE (paymas
Colonel GONZALEZ 8. BINGHAM (as.
slstant quartermaster general), to
duty as depot quartermaster, Jeffer
sonvllle depot of the Quartermaster
Captain HOWARD R. PERRY (quar
Lieutenant Colonel JOHN T. KNIGHT
(deputy quartermaster general), to
duty as depot quartermaster. Son
Francisco depot of the Quartermas
ter Corps, and aa general superin
tendent, army transport service, at
San Francisco, Cal.
Major H. 'Hart (commissar).
Major CHARLES E. BTANTON. (pay
master). Major HENRY T. FERGU
SON (quartermaster), Capt.
GEORGE McD. WEEKS (commla
aary). Capt. ARTHUR CRANSTON,"
(guartermaatcr). Ctipt. FRANK "D.
ELY (quartermaster). Capt. JAMES
V. HEIDT (quartermaster), Capt.
ALEXANDER J. MACNAB (quar
termaster), Capt. HUGH, K. TAY
LOR (quartermaster), aselstante.
LIEUT. Col. GEOROE F. .DOWNEY
(deputy peymeeter general), to duty
as depot quartermaster. Washing
ton Depot of the Quartermaster
MalorIENRY O. COLE (commissary).
Major JAMES E. NORMOYLB
(quartermaster). Capt. BAMULL , t.
DALLAM (paymaster)), assistants.
Lieut, col. JOHN E. BAXTER (depu
ty quartermaster general) to dut
as depot quartermaster, Omaha De
pot of the Quartermaster Corps.
Capt. FREDERICK O. BTRITZINGER,
jr., (quartermaster), assistant.
Gas. Sourness and
. Indigestion Vanish
Just as soon as "Pape's Diapepsin"
comes in contact with the
Stomach all distress is gone.
"Really does "put bad stomachs In or
der "really does" overcome Indigestion,
dyspepsia, gas, heartburn, and sourness
In five inlnutcs-that just that-makes
Pape'a Diapepsin the largest selling
stomach regulator In the world. If
what you eat ferments Into stubborn
lumps, you belch gas and eructate sour,
undlgeated food and acid; bead la dizzy
And achea; breath foul; tongue coated;
our lnaldes filled with bller and Indi
gestible waste, remember the moment
Diapepsin cornea In contact with the
tnmnrh nil such distress vanishes. It's
truly astonishing almoet msrvelous,
and the Joy Is its harmlessneaa.
A large nfty-oent case of Pape's Dla
nrmin will rive Ton a hundred dollars
worth of satisfaction or' your .druggist
hands you your money hack.
It's worth Its weight In gold to men
and women who can't get their atom
nehii rrmilated. It bolonire in Tour home
ahould always be kept handy In casu
. I OI u SICK, sour, upsai eiuiiiatii uuriiifi
me day or at nigni. ii a ino quicKesi.
surest, and most harmless stomach doc
wi in Lilt) rviiH
yet done by the author
Shepherd of the Hills, The Calline
of Barbara Worth, etc. I
One Half Million Copies
THE, WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY;
Lieut. Col. DAVID S. STANLEY, (depu
ty quartermaster general) to amy as
depot quartermaster, St. Louis De
pot of the Quartermaster Corps.'
Capt. WILLIAM ELLIOTT (commis
sary). Capt. WILLIAM II. WILSON
(quartermaster), Capt. EARLE 'W.
TANNER (paymaster)), aaalatanta,
Major HARRY E. WILKIN8 (comtols;
, sary to amy as aepot quarierrnaa
' ter, Chicago depot of the Quarter,
'master Corps (now the office of the
Capr. ROY B HARPER (commissary)
Cpt: WILLIAM O. SMITH' (quarter.
master), assume chargo. of. the. New
Orleans office of tho Quartermaster
Corps, relieving Major FRANK H.
LAWTON (commlaaary) of hla du
ties In the Subslstenoe Department.
Major WILLIAM R. GROVE (commls
, eary) assume 'Charge of the Kansas
Cltv office of the quartermaster
Major ARTHUR W. YATES, (querter
maater) aaaume charge of tho Port
land. Ore., office.
Major WILLIAM G. GAMBRILL (pay
' maater) aasume temporary charge
iof the Denver office.
Captain SALMON F. DUTTON (com
mlaaary) to Denver office' as aaalat
Lieutenant Colonel THOMAS C. GOOD
MAN (deputy paymatter general)
areume temporary chargo of the At
Captain JOHN J. RYAN (paymaster)
to Atlanta office as assistant.
Lieutenant Colonel GEORGE B. DAVIB
(deputy commlaaary general), from
dutv as DUrchaslnr commissary. St.
'Louis, Mo., will turn over the funds
- and property in ma possession to
Lieutenant Colotwl DAVID S.
STANLEY (deputy quartermaster
general), .and proceed to Boston,
Mass., and assumo charge of Boston
depot of the quartermaster corps.
relieving Lieutenant Colonel
THOMAS CRUBK (deputy quarter
master general), who will proceed to
Philadelphia, Pa., and aasume charge
I'hiiaaeipma depot or tna quarter
Malor KARL C. CARNAHAN PV'
meatier) aaaume temporary charge
of the St. Paul office of the quar
termaatw corps, relieving Major
PHILIP R. WARD (quartermaster).
Captain JOHN F. PRESTON (pay
maater) aaaume temporary chargo
Ban Antonio office of the quarter
The following transfers of offlcera of
0 the Coast Artillery Corps are or
dered: First Lieutenant HOLMS LB R. MTJL-LER,-'
from lUth' Company to the
First Lieutenant ISAAC E. TITUS.
from "8th Company to the lMtii Com
Lieutenant (Junior grade) R. S. ED
WARDS, detached Burrows, to Cas.
Lieutenant (Junior grade) P. H. Mc
cnARY. detached Naval Academy.
to leave; resignation accepted to take
effect January 10. Ju.
Enalgn R. J. CARSTAPHEN, detached
New Jersey, to Paducah.
Ensign J. ST. BLACKWELL. detached
Rhode Island, to Paducan.
Entlrn w. A. IIODGMAN. detached
Nebraska, to paducah as senior en
Ensign A. H. DREBEL. detached Ver
mont, to Wyomlnc.
Ensign B. 8. BULLARD. detached Min
nesota, to Strlngham.
Captain A. P. CRIST, retired, detailed
on active dutv In office of judge ad
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS.
Arrllred Potomac at Norfolk, Wyom
ing at North River, New York.
Nashville at New York yard. Ver
mont. Vulcan, at Tompklnavllle.
Sailed Rocket from Norfolk for Wash
ington. Minnesota, Montgomery from
Philadelphia for New York, Dolphin
from Boston for New York, Dixie
from Newport for New York, South
Carolina from Norfolk for New
To Receive Delegates.
The special committee of WO appoint
ed from the Chamber of Commerce to
receive and entertain the delegates to
the Fifth International Congress of
Chambers of Commerce which will be
in convention here next week, will meet
in the chamber tonight at I o'clock.
During the next few days we will
hold a REMNANT SALE of all
furniture left in broken lots. The
above illustration shows only a few
of the hundreds of pieces that are
W. B. Moses & Sons
SHE GETS DIVORCE
Mrs: Scheutzc Says Husband
Left Soon After Mar
.ROCKVILLE,." Md., Oct. lOMrs.
Oraco Eugenia SohsuUt, of this county,
hss been granted a divorce by Judge
Peter In tho circuit court 'here from
Charles Frederick , Scheutse on the
ground of desertion. According to the
bill, the couple were married In Wash
ington, October It, 1M7, by Rev; Dr. Ba.
linger, and the' following April i the
plaintiff was deserted, John A. Gar.
rett, of Rockvllle, represented the plain
Mrs Stella E, Thomas, through her
attorney, J, Alby Henderson, of Rock
villa, has Instituted proceedings here for
a divorce from Frank E. Thomas,
charging desertion. The bill represents
that the plaintiff was deserted In Aug
uae, IMS. Mrs. Thomas asks to be
awarded the custody of her minor chil
dren Chsrles M. and Frsncls D. Thom
as, aged eighteen and sixteen, respec
The fall meeting of the Washington
Presbytery has adjourned after a two
day session In the Presbyterian Church
at Darneatown, which was attended by
a hundred ministers and laymen from
the District of Columbia, Virginia and
The Rev. Thomas T. Marshall, moder
ator, presided, 'being assisted by the
vlco moderator, II, K. Blmpson. of
Washington. The Presbytery will re
convene In the New York Avenuo
Church, Waahlngton, October 21. to con
alder the resignation of tHo paator of
tne liyattsviua cnurcn.
The clUiena of Chevy Chase are not
satisfied with the Shoemaker pike that
la being constructed along the Brook
vlllo road. In Chevy Chaae, and sent
n delegation, of which Clarence E.
Dawaon waa chairman, to protest to
the county commissioners. The chief
objection Is that the road is not prop
erly drained. The commissioners in
formed the delegation that the road Is
being built under the supervision of the
State Roads Commission and thst noth
ing csn be done by the county until af
ter the road Is turned over by the State.
Dr. Gleeson Elected.
At a meeting of the Council of Ad
ministration. Department of the Po
tomac, a. A. R.. laat nlcht. Dr. J. K.
Gleeaon, commander of Bumalde Poat,
No. S, was elected junior vice command
er, to succeed tne itev. r.,
H. Miller, I
Abundance of Glorious
Hair for Every Woman
Delightful Tonic That Stops Scalp Itch Over Night;
Prevents Hair from Falling and Eradicates Dandruff.
Juat rub on Parlslaa Sage Hair
Tonic tonight and in half an hour the
dullness In your hair will be gone
and hair full or life will have taken
No woman who cares anything
about her appearance can afford to
be without Farielaa Sage. You must
use It It you want your hair to ob
tain the maximum of beauty. No
other DreDaratlon can clve it the lus
tre that causes envy and on the other.
nana compels aamiraiion.
This Solid Mahogany Buffet
With mirror back in the
following sizes and reduc
tions: 4S in. wide,
$47, reduced to. .
$59, reduced to .' .$49.90
60 in. wide,
S68, reduced to.
72 in. wide,
$95, reduced to.
Only 14 of the above re
main in stock.
This same design 6olid Mahogany Sideboard with wood back
instead of mirror.
48 inches wide..
54 inches wide.
60 inches wide.
OCTOBER 10 1912.
JUDGE LO RENZ DIES
AFTER LONG ILLNESS
AT HIS HOME HERE
"The Little. Lion Tamer"
From Toledo Is Victim of,
Growth in Throat.
Judge Henry L, Lorcnza former po-
llco court magistrate of Toledo, Ohio,
who was known throughout tho West as
"The Little Lion Tamer," unci who was
well known , to 'Congressmen and, law
yers of this city, died this morning at
his home Jn the Baltimore apartments.
Vol Blltmore street. He was a room
made of Judge William It. Day, of the
supreme bench, while the, two were law
students at the University of Michigan.
Judge Lorens lived In" Washington for
eighteen years, coming here from Ohio.
Years ago ho was actively engagod
In the practice of law With offices on
F street. Death waa the result or a
growth In Judge Lorent'e throat. He
was operated on July S In the Waahlng
ton Hospital, but while he apparently
recovered after the operation ho never
regained hla apeech.
Through Ohio Judge Lorens was a
well-known character. Despite the fac:
that he waa small .of stature, his
fighting- qualities and his ability to win
out won for him the title of "The Little
Lion Tamer." Prior ,to coming to
Washington eighteen years ago he
served on the bench In Toledo for ten
years. At that time Toledo was
strongly Republican, and lorens gained
his fame by being elected year attar
year on tho Drmocratlc'tlckct.
lie was un example or ins Hcn-maao
man. Born In ;Germantown, Ohio, he
educated himself by working around the
school house and doing odd 'obs. getting
together enough money to put him
through the University of Michigan,
from which Institution he was graduated
witn tne degree or L.U. is. in ism. iiis
lise In the political world of Ohio was
rapid, despite the fsct that ho waa with
in pariy wnicn was in ino winnnu.
The funeral will take place from Lee a
undertaking parlor at 3 o'clock. Satur
day afternoon. Burial will be In To
ledo, Ohio. Following a request of
Judge Lorens, his body will be cremated
In this city.
The Ksst Washington Democratlo
Club wll hold tta regular meeting at
Donohoe'a Hall, 314 Pennsylvania ave
nue southeast, tonight.
I Thomas Monoghan. J. B. Colpoys.
Judge R. 8. Tharln. and R. E. Haskell
will h th aneftkera.
Women, men and children should all
use Parlslaa Sage Hair Tonic becauae
It is an absolutely safe preparation
free from polaonous lead or other dye
It can be secured for only SO cents
at all drug, department and toilet
goods stores and to be sure you get
the genulnte see that the girl with
the Auburn hair is on every package.
The American makers: Glroux Mfg.
Co Buffalo. N. Y. James O'Donnell
.. f laS'ira
$40.00. Reduced to $33.75
$54.00. Reduced to $46.00
$62.00. Reduced to $52.50
10 in stock.
What 's on the Program in
' Washington 7od$
The following Masonic organisations
will meet tonight: Lodges The New
Jerusalem, No. 9, F. C; Hope. No. 30,
E. A. Royal Arch Chapter Washing.
ton. No. X. Eastern Star Chapters
Tokoma, No. U; Cathedral, No. It.
Tho following L O. O. F. lodges will
meet tonight: Columbia, 'No. 19, de
gree work: Excelsior. No. '17. and Sa
lem. No. 22, business. f
Meeting of Harmony Lodge,' No. 21. TC.
or i- tonigm.
The following National Union councils
will meet Fonlghtt: Washington. No.
9SS! Canana. No. ItH
Tho following Red Men's organizations
will meet tonight! Logan Tribe, No. t;
Sioux Tribe, No. U. s
Pilgrimage to Mt. Vernon and tour of
the city by delegates to the Inter
national conferenco of the Scottish
Meeting of the Chemical Society t?
Waahlngton. Cosmos Club, t p. m.
Progressive rally. Odd Fellows Hall,
Fail Church, tonight.
Natlonal-'Tho Littlest Rebel," 1:15 p.
Columbia "The Roso Maid," 2:15 and
8:10 p. m.
Balasco Annette Kellermann, CIS p. m.
Chase'sPolite Vaudeville, 2:15 and 1:15
P. m. .
Poll's Vaudeville. 2 and S p. m.
Academy "A Fool There Was," 2;l
and t:lS p. m.
Msjestlc Musical Stock Company, 2
anil s n. m.
Lyceum "Miss New York, Jr.." 2:U
and 8:1S p. m. -Gayety-"Soclal
Maids," I:U and I OB
Military Airship Burns.
BERLIN, Oct. R-FIre totally de
stroyed tho German Military Airship
M-3 In the hangar at Tegel, a suburb,
today. No one was hurt.
Open 8 A.M.
Established in 1860
These Friday Bargain Sales
Offer Many Opportunities to Save
Note the Prices Quoted Below
Velvet and Silk Ready-to-Wear
Hats Worth Up to $3.00 . . . .
Ready-to-wear Hats of velvet and silk, self trimmed in folds and
long ears; some have fancy feather trimmings.
Small lots left from the past week's selling of hats
that sold up to $3.00, in black, blue and varied colors and M A f
combinations. Friday'Sale price kjl " J
$1.95 Feathers and Wings at 95c
Fancy Feathers and Wings, white, black and colors; long swsep3,
aigrette and marabou combinations and ostrich effects. Good QC
value at $1.05. Friday Sale price . "J
Dress Goods Remnants
59q and 98c Values . . .
Another rare chance to practice economy. Each length contains
the right yardage for cither a skirt, dress or coat suft. You can
choose from salt and pepper grays, two-toned diagonals, pretty
bright plaids, storm serge in navy blue, all-wool fancy storm serge,
50-inch mohair Sicilian, 45-inch black and white shepherd checks,
nun's veiling, albatross, henrietta, etc. There is a huge har
vest of bargains here, so be on hand early. Worth up to 98c QQ
a yard OVt
Women's Medlum-welcht Ribbed
Vests, Psnts and Tlshts; vests are
high neck with Ions; or short
sleeves; pants or tlshts ankle Cfn
or knee length, Price, each... UUC
Extra Urge alios, 62Hc each.
Women's Medium-weight Ribbed
Vests, Pants and Tights; one-half
wool; vests high neck, with long or
short sleeves; pants or tights
ankle or knee length. Trice, IJCn
Women's Fleece-lined Ribbed Com
bination Suits; high neck, long
sleoves; ankle length. Price, rn.
10c and 12k Values,
Light ground with pretty pink and
blue staple and fancy stripes and
checks: 37-Inch wide; fine quality.
Soft flnlah; excellent for night
gowns, pajamas and stockings,' and
children s wear, by the yard, any
quantity you need; cut from the
piece at Remnant price.
and Suitings . . .
Worth up to $2.50, 50 to 56 Inches Wide, All
Colors and Black, 21 to 51 Yard Lengths
x Tomorrow we wilt put on sale about 600 yards Fine Imported
Chiffon Broadcloth, the accumulation of remnants from our broad
cloth sale of this week, in all colors, light, medium and dark shades,
including black; also about 500 yards High-class suitings, in most
every weave y6u may ask for; plain, mixtures, stripes, checks, hop
sackings, Scotch suitings, etc.; 52 to 56 inches wide; all shades.
This is your chance to procure a dress, skirt, coat, cape or suit
length at about one-third the actual value. Conic early and 7 Qf
get your chance at the low price, per yard Vt
Forest Changed. -
President Taft has. Issued a proclama
tion changing the boundaries of the Su
perior National Forest so to W
rlud X0.KS new land and to eliminate
II.4U acres that were formerly in the
forest. With this change the forest
has a. total. acreage of L27.O0O. The Bu.
perlor Natlonad Forest is, In the north
eastern section of Minnesota between
ke Superior and the Canadian line.
DON'T BE AN OLD KAN HU8BAN1
BECAUSE OP GREY HAW
Doa'llooktlxty when your wife looks M
ly twenty. Don't be the object oleosa met
among jour friends and nellhbori., Dob
be that greir-halred paste Tooklnf telle
who's too old looking (or til and Mr the
There's no excuse lor it, duty to youi ,
sell and particularly your own desire t
BE YOUNG look young, to do the hi
live energetic thing and keep up with tb
YOUNGER GENERATION shoul
convince you thst you ought to GET Rll
of those "GREY HAIRS"-ought I
keep them out.
Nature never intesded they should be i
younj bead. Help her aloeg. USE
USE HATS HAIR HEALT1
, M aad SOc at Draf Stores or direct eves r
celet el eric ead dalTe ssaw. Sesd I0e (a
trial bittfc-fkUo Hay Spec. Co Newark. N. t
I'Oll BALE AND HKCOMMI2NDKII
BY PBOPLK'R DRUG STORES I TWO
STOnKS, TTIt AND K STREETS
nil AND K STREETS N. W.
Close 6 P.M.
For Silks and
Short lengths of Silks, Velvets and
Velveteens, In an excellent variety
of colors; Juat the thing for milli
nery and dress trimmings; lengths
are from M to Zi yards, and worth
up to 1.25 a yard. Your choice to
morrow, 33c yard.
Bargains for Boys
Juvenile Overcoats; sizes 3 to 9; In
navy blue and colored- effects;
.50 and S3.00 values. To- CJ1 CQ
Colored n,nd Navy Blue Russian
and Rtouse Suits: sizes 2Vi to 6, 9
and 10; J2.M values. To
close out at half price, 0-1 OCT
Special Offerings in
Navy Ulue and Gray Domet OCn
Flannel; -10c value. At UOiZ
Navy Blue and Gray All- OCn
wool Flannel; 60o value OtIC
Or 3 for 11.00.