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THE WASHINGTON TDIES, FltlDAY, OCTOBER ll, 1012.
Chapter of Bankers
LOOKS TO SCHOOLS
TO AID GOVERNMENT
3. Ward, director of the social center
department at tho University of "Wis
consin, today characterised the opening
of Now York's publlo 'schools for politi
"Wo have spent a hundred years de
veloping" machinery by .which things
work together. The next job the cen
tury's job la the, development of ma
chinery by which 'folk' may work to
gether the open school Is, I believe,
Honor National Officer.
The tenth anniversary of Ellen Bpen
cer Mussey, Tent 'Wo. 1, Daughter! of
Civil War Veterans, wat held last night
In O, A. n. Hall, The tvent wat a re
ception In honor of Mrs. Isabel Worrell
Citizens To lect
At a meeting tonight, the first of tho
school year, of' the Cleveland ,PaVk
School and Community Association, Dr".
W.'C. Woodward, District Health Of
ficer,, will give a talk on "Tht .Home
In nelatlon to tho Physical Efficiency
of, tho Child." At tbs meeting, which
will bo held In the John Eaton School,
Thirty-fourth and Lowell streets, of
ficers will be elected to succeed the fol
lowing: F. Ai Kenning, president; W.
L. Peet, tressurer, and O. It. Powell,
Arrange For Winter
Plans for the winter were made at a
Don't rljk daefasttl Oet a ZSooeSM H
meeting of tho Washington Chapter of
the American Institute, of Banking last
evening, and the chairmanships of the
Western Educator Thinks Center
Of Affairs Will Be Brought
Nearer to Homes. ,
various committees woro announced.
C. It. Doing will bo head of tho en
tertainment committee; P. a. Addison,
of tho membership committee; F. 11.
Devercaux, of the debating commlttMi
E, T, Love, of the house committee;
Scottish Rite Delegates Will
- Watch Special Degree
II. V, jinynes, 01 me unanco commit
tee: F. V. Grnyaon. of the Dress com-
' NEW YORK. Oct. ll.-"The shifting of
the center of, government from the
Capitol at Washington to the cltlserts"
headquarters In each neighborhood the
school house," It tho way Prof, Edward
Event To Be Given for-fVT.
Moran, Recently Elected
A National Officer. ,
mltteo; A. M. Neville, of the general
nffalrs committee, and W. W, Bpald,
of the educational committee.
TO HONOR MEMBER
Adjournment of the International con
ference of the Ancient and Accepted
Bcottlah' Illte of Freemasonry, which
hat been In teuton In this city tinea
Monday It expected at ndon tomorrow.
Today's 'sessions It helper taken up In
a general siting of the conference, and
the reading of reporta of different com
mittee Tonight the Ihlrty.iecond do-gre-e
will be conferred by Albert Pike
consistory for the benefit of the vlsl
tort. Following1 the return to tho city yet
terday afternoon from lit. Vernon,
where a wreath wat placed upon ' tho
tomb of Qeorgo Washington, tho del,
gatea were taken on an automobile ride
through Hock. Creek Farli and the
northwest scctldn of the city.
The Italian dolegatet were entertain
d at SOS Ninth street northwest last
night at a dinner given by thu prom
inent Italians who arc members of the
Bcottlah nitc. The speakers were B.
W. TJUrch, grand master of the District
of Columbia: Senior Saverio l'cra, sov
ereign grand commander of the su
preme council of Italy; Giovanni Cam
era, Enrico Stroker, Paul Kauffm&n,
Qugllelmo Burgess. Outdo Bounflgllo,
O. Fanlonl-Sclton, P. E. Mflrtlranl, and
James D. Richardson.
The hosts were:
frnnk K. Qhlnelll. U Perns. Dr. F.
A. Maszcl, a. Flnelll. E. Parvano, F.
Perna, B. Tarantlno, n. Plperno. V. do
Nuntlo, P. Itadlce. Dr. J. N. Scarlto.
U del Glorno. M. Ferrl, A. Qhlselll. U.
Ccrimefe, A. Celfo, M. de Manna, S.
Dealo, Dr. Fred Itepettl, I. Geracl, D.
Cataldl. V. Plulttone, Q. Qluratl. B.
Glovannettl, F. Marasclo, and O. .Fern,
BEAD MARINE FOUND
TO BE TEXAS MAN
Delaven H. Bourgeois Is One of
Those Shot in Nicaraguan
Driven ' Harry Bourgeois, who en
listed 'from-Bourne, Tex., has been Iden
tilled as one of the marines who wat
killed at Leon, Nicaragua. Tho name
wag!- first cabled to Washington as
"Burgess," and It was presumed that
Georgo O. Burgess, who came from
Stillwater, Minn., was the victim.
Bourgeois had only been In the service
about fifteen months.
The only enlisted man who wat
wounded waa Thomas D. Lancer, who
enlisted from New Yprk. Ills next of
kin Is his, father, Thomas P. Lancer;
Zi wesi uisi aireei, new iotk. ian
. cer Is reported to be doing well, and
his speedy recovery la axpected.
In honor of ont of their members
and comrades, P. T. Moran; who wat
recently elected a national officer,' tho
Ancient Order of Illbernlanti nhdahe
Ledlas Auxiliary wilt give -a joint, re
ception at 4 o'clock next Buhday after
noon In Eagles' Hall, Sixth and E
streeta northwest. The reception was
Inaugurated by' a committee ofllfty
members of the Hibernian society, rep
resenting: all the local branches.) and It
la expected that more than 2,000 mem
bert will attend.
All the officers of the United rjerman
societies of the city have boen Invited,
Among the speakers will be Commis
sioner Cuno It. Iludolph, tho Rt, Hov.
Mgr. Thordas J. Bhahan, -rector of
Catholic' .University"; 'Judge WUllam H.
De Lacy ; Lawrenco O. Murray, Comp
troller of the Currency: Joseph it.
Ralph, director of tho- Bureau of En
graving and Printing; 'the-Rov. Ignatius
Fealy, state chaplain of the Hibern
ians; the Rev. d. A. Dougherty, past
state chaplain; the Rev. Father Con
nolly, of the Immaculate Conception
parish, Commissioner of Labor Nell!,
and Prof. Joseph Dunn, of Catholic
Tho reception committee consists of
Rosea F. Downing, Arthur Bmall, Leo
A, Rover. Hugh Harvey. John Ketdy,
J. D. O'Connor, Thomas Kelllher. M. P.
Sullivan, P. F. Can. -James Richardson,
Frank Madlgan, Joseph D, Sullivan,
Francis J. Kilkenny, Dr. E. J. Collins,
P. J, Foley, E. J. Cogan, James D.
Flynn, Rsv. Fathor Dougherty. E, II.
Newmeyer, Jr.. Dr. Charles I. Griffith,
J. Frank O Meara, Joseph E. Ralph,
William H. De Lacy, P, J. Drury, Mi
chael Dowd, P. A, Drury. P. T. Nlland,
TaIih tfnPAMM4ll MbiIbIiIA Dtiaahan
Michael Hurney, W. J. McEvoy, Charles
J. uolumous, T. J. Casey, James F.
Shea. M. M. DoyK Thomas McOrath.
Frank' RafterrV, F. P. Sheehy. James
A. Meyers, James Hackett, N, E. Buck
lev. D. M. Stanton. Mathlas Griffin.
Patrick Kennedy, R. A. Curtln, Father
reaiy, James j. ureen. t nomas i:
O'Dea. W. J. Frlizell, Thomas Cullen,
M. R. O'Meara, AVllltam D. Barry, P. F.
O'Connor. Dr. J. J. Slattery. Dr. J. J.
Dunnlgan. John Riley, P. J. O'Dea, and
Oeorge A. Malone.
The committee of arrangements con
sists of P. F. Cnrr. chairman. Joseph D.
Sullivan, District president: James
Richardson, C. J. Columbus. C'npt. E. L.
Cogan. Dr. Charles L. Griffith. Frank
J. Rafterry, Francis P. Sheehy, and
J'atrjcic j. uaitigan.
The Washington Chemical Society
held Its regUlar monthly meeting last
night In the Cosmos Club.
II, C. Gor and E. C. S. Lorey were
elected members at the law committee.
Dr. F. TC. Cameron, Dr. F. W. Clarke,
W K. BUelow. If. E. Patter, K. I Day,
and C. Js Munroe were the speakers
are cut in a score of easy, graceful,
styles that lend freedom to the figure,
and comfort to the wearer. No pictures
can Jo justice to Coats like these. Slip one on,
today, at the nearest Clothier's.
Schloss Raltimore Clothes
have been known for nearly forty years as the best
made garments in the American market. They will
give you better service, and better value, than
any others you can buy. Sold by the best stores
Schloss Bros. & Co.
WOMEN'S KID GLOVES
At $1 .00 a Pair
Yoi' will find a big assortment of kid gloves here at
one dollar a pair, correct styles and qualities that attur
the wearer satisfactory service. Our ambition to give th
best glove value In the city for a dollar hat ltd ut to
secure the foremost makes, noted for high quality and
These superior gloves Include the following:
One-clasp Pique Gloves, In white and tan. I
"Perdonelte" FrenoTi Kid Olovet, made of selected,
soft, pliable lambskin. In all shades.
One-clasp Mocha Gloves, with pique stitching.
Each pair fitted and guaranteed. Atl sites.
Open Until 9 P. M. Saturday
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(LEATHER HAND BAGS, Usual $1.50 and $2 Kind, 98c
I A new arrival of women's Leather Hand Dags, In the latest
stvlta and designs. Choice! of Oerman silver, oxydlied. silt and
leather-covered frame. Mad of good quality leathers, Including
seal grain, walrus, and suede, In black and colors.
Specially priced for Saturday at Mc.
50c Values' 2 fijr
Fashion's must favored neckwear at a half price
saving a value-incentive important enough to at
tract a crowd of neckwear buyershere Saturday.
In the new low effects'; the collar is made of
satin and the jabot of dainty net and lace, in Kelly'
green, royal and navy blue, white and black.
The New Johnny Coats
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$1 1 .75
The newest and smartest idea of
the season is the "Johnny" Coat,
which we feature tomorrow at a
price that illustrates the Golden
berg policy of bringing you the
choicest and most sought-after
styles at less than other stores
Nothing smarter or in greater
demand tho demand amounts al
most to a craze. Here tomorrow
at this extraordinary low price. '
These Coats, Just Ilka the one pic
tured, are made of heavy double
faced materials. Including Imported
Hootch Mixtures, Plald-back Cloths.
Boucle CoaUngs, Novelty weaves and
wide wale fabrics, In combinations
that lire exceedingly attractive.
Splendidly tailored, and made with
the new "Duplex" collar. Home with
cutaway fronts, others have edges
bound with silk braid. All Uses.
A Special Purchase ef Garments Meant
to Retail for $22.50, Offered at . . .
. A purchase of a lot of splendid quality Tailored Suits that means a
big saving for the woman who comes here tomorrow and buys one of
these stylish garments at S13.9I. The values are so unusual you will
be enthusiastic, we are confident.
They consist of fine quality Imported Men's Wear Serge Suits, In a
smart and becoming model that promises to be most popular this sea
son. Strictly man tailored throughout, with tailored reveres and cuffs.
Coat Is 32 Inches long, cdrrect J-button effect, with Semi-Norfolk back,
embellished with buckle and buttons. Coat lined with satin duchesse.
High girdle skirt, with panel back and side plait front effect, trimmed
with match back of coat.
Choice of navy blue and blacks All sties at 113.11.
SALE ENDS TOMORROW NIGHT OP
MEN'S FALL SUITS
Worth $15, $16.50 - g W BL
and $18.00, for . . iJJ JL V 4 O
Although we have a big week's selling of these
splendid quality suits, the assortment; of styles and
patterns is still very good, and the man who comes
tomorrow will find equally as remarkable values
'as at the beginning or the sale.
If the chance to save a good part of the cost of
'a new suit is of any importance to you, tomorrow
will find you here early to make a selection from
this lot of stylish, well-tailored suits. They are a
leading maker's fall model garments, and were
intended to sell fpr $15.00, $16.50, and $18.00.
In every detail of style, quality, and workmanship
you will find they measure up to the highest stan
dard of clothes perfection.
Materials consist of fine grade Cheviots, Cassi
mcres, Worsteds, and Novelty Effects, in all the
newest and most approved colorings and designs
i for this season s wear. Snappy, up-to-the-minute
styles for particular young,men, as well as more
conservative models for older men.
All sizes from 34 to 44 in the lot. Sale price $10.75.
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Men's $3, and $3.50 Fall Trousers, $1.95
A splendid variety of styles and patterns. In Worsteds, and Fancv
Casslmeres good serviceable pants for business or general wear. Well
tailored and perfect nttlng! All sties In the lot. Salo price 1.33 pair.
Women's New Fall Shoes
at $3. $3.50 and $4 pair
Tho new fall and winter lines of women's $3, 13.60. and It shoes
are -neetlnp: with the appreciation they deserve. No footwear selling
for tlio same money possesses such Intrinsic uluo and smart style no
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hii?iji ..muni iii hilt t.i,y ,o pu i.i nv ww ,....,.
Itesdv for vour selection are over ono hundred styles, all new and
distinctive. Smart, shapely models In nil leathers tan calf, gun
tor vour selection are over ono nunurea siyics, an new and
e. Smart, shapely models In nil leathers tan calf, gun
r, ItUMts. calf, patont kid nnd colt, vlcl kid, suede and velvet,
nl wnltH and turns. All the most approved heels and toes.
size every width, at 13, 13.G0, and 14 a pair.
See our claaay lljie of women's "De I.uxe" Shoes at W pair.
Misses' nnd children's Shoes, In
button nnd blucher styles, extra
high and regular cut; In Ttussla
Calf, patent colt, vlcl kid. KUn
metal, and velvet. Sturdy, serv
iceable qualities ijuarantoed to
O to 8 at to W.25 pair.
b'j to 11 at Ct.2.1 to 1S..10 pair.
mt to 2 at tl.r.o tu j.t.i pair.
2 Mi to f. at l.BO to 0.0U pair.
Hoys' and little men's shoes. In
button and blucher styles; In Rus
sia calf, patont colt and gun metal
leathers; good looking styles that
will give the maximum of wear
10 to IS'j at 15 to S2.T5 pair.
1 to 3 at I1.B0 to X50 pair.
1'fi to OH at' fl.011 to aa.00 pair.
Wonderful Values in TRIMMED HATS
Smart, and Distinctive Models
Actually Worth $8.00 and $10.00
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THIS IS ONE OF THOSE UN
USUAL SALES for which our millinery
department is noted,, and well sustains our
reputation for offering matchless values
in trimmed hats at $5.00.
You will be surprised and delighted at
the great showing of clever styles, and
your wonderment will grow when you
have observed the fine quality materials,,
the matchless beauty and distinctiveness
of each hat in the collection.
Certain it is that you've never seen
better hats at $8 and $10 anywhere.
The assortment includes smart Velvet Hats, stylishly trimmed with fancy feathers and other ef
fects, and chic hats with Tarn o'Shanter crowns, as well as favored Continentals, Sailors, Flat Shapes,
the new long shapes, etc. NO TWO HATS ALIKE.
Choice of black, black-and-white, black combined with other colors, also charming models in navy
blue, red, brown, and gray.
Untrimnled Velvet Hats
Regular $3.50 to $5 Values
Purchase of a manufacturer's sample line oC fash
ionable Velvet Shapes at an unexpected savins;. One
of the most Important sales of untrlmmed hata held
this season results.
The assortment of styles Is very large and in
cludes every favored shape worn this season. As
hardly any two shapes are exactly alike It It diffi
cult to minutely describe them. All are made of fine
quality Bilk Velvets, In small, medium and large
shapes, showing- the newest and most desirable styles.
Soma are combined with Mne plushes. Hata for under
neath trimmings, as Well as Flare rials, round hats,
flat hats and Tarn o'Shanter crown hats.
The majority are in black, with a few brown, navy
and gray colors.
Ostrich feather Novelties
Werth S3.50 te $5.00 at . .
at $1 .OJ
Although these stylish Feather Novelties are right
at the height of their popularity, we wtra able to se
cure a big lot to soli far below their regular prices.
At the figure we name for tomorrow's tale thty ahould
arouse a great amount of enthusiasm among appre
Some of the Feather Novelties are very large, hav
ing three and four One graceful feathers In a bunch.
All represent the very newest and most favored ef
fecta in trimmings for this season's wear. Chotca of
solid colors and beautiful combinations. Plain' white,
-black, shaded brown,- blue, wine, amethyst, green,
American beauty, etc ,
Values actually worth $3. BO to 15.00, at (1.48.
School and Dress Suits
With Two Pairs of Pants, QA Aft
Values worth $6.50 and $7, .O
We want every mother (o see these Boys' Suits
with two pairs of pants they're simply wonderful
values! Suits with double life, because the extra
pair of pants means twice as much wear as am'
ordinary suit will give.
New fall and winter models fashioned of
strictly ALL-WOOL Cassimeres and Cheviots, in
fancy stripes, and plaids or tan, brown, gray, and
combination colors. Sizes 7 to 17 years. Tailored
by experts on boys' clothing. Styles include Yoke
Plaited Norfolk and double breasted, with full cut
"peg" shape knickerbockers. Heavy winter weight
fabrics full of wear and satisfaction.
You cannot match these suits elsewhere for
less than $6.50 and $7.00 these are the prices
they were intended to sell for. Here Saturday for
Colgate's Triple Detracts
All popular Odors 25c
You will alwajs find In our Per
fumery Department a complete
line qf Colgate's Triple Extracts
the preference of particular
You cannot ask for any of the
popular odors that wo do not carry.
All tho favorite floral odors are to
be found here. Including the new
Sandalwood and I.I 1 y of the Valley
eleven In all. Ter ounce bottle,
25c Embroided Linen
There'll be on early crowd hero
Soturdi- for these collars at halt
price, for wgmen show their lik
ing for the styles even when sold
at the full price, which Is 5&C.
They are the stylish and 'prac
tical Kmbroldered Linen Collars
to wear with' tailored shirts and
waUts. Various heights and all
Blzes. Choice of a variety of new
designs. Special at 12 Uc each.
Cut-price Sales from 2 to 6 P. M.
tOe Chambrar, 47ac.
57-Inch Chambrar, In litht
blue, tray, tan, brown, pink,
etc., etc. Sold regularly at
10c yard, 1 to p. m. at 4 7-kc.
8c Ginghams, 5?4C.
BUndard Aprin Ohishami,
blown, blue, and green
cliecka; warranted faat col
on; 2 to 8 p. m. ut five.
91.00 and U9 Pants, 79c
noj" All-Wool full "peg
haped" Knickerbocker Panta.
winter weight and dark pat
terns; ! I to It ean; : to
p. m at 7o pair.
39c Caps, 15c.
no' All-Wool fancy CJolf
Capa; dark, pattejm and .win
ter weight; told regularly at
lc each: Z to p. m. at ISc.
50c Wash nollcrs, 29c.
Extra quality Tin WMh Uoll
ers: strongly made; worth Ste
each; 2 to 6 p. m. at 3c.
H5c I'offro l'ots, 17c
Enameled Coffo Poll, four
pint alto; told regularly at 5So
each; 5 to p. in at 17c.
50c Saucepans, 17c.
Bejunlesa Bnameled Sauce
pans, with coen; IweUe-plnt
ale, 3 to e p. in. at 17c-
75c ItonHtcra, 25c.
KcainUM Bheel Iron "Nftco"
Double noailers, It-Inch alie;
subject to alight Imperfections;
S to 8 B. in. at :3c each.
60c Knives nnd Forks, 20c
Sleet Knives and Forks, with
rocobola handles, act of six
each: to p. m. at o;
worth 60c. .
$5.00 Hath' Holies, $2.25.
tlen'a Hath Mobes. '.of Terry.
Cloth and Dlanket Cloth; In
a large assortment of desirablo
patterns and colors; i to p.
m. at CM.
5c Laundry Soap,
6 for 19c.
Regular Cc cakes of
Cincinnati Olelne Laun
dry Hoap; t to C p. in.
at SIX cakea for lc.
10c Jello, 2 for 15c
Regular 10c Packages ot Jel
lo, the popular dessert; assort
ed flavors. 3 lo 6 p in. at
TWO packagra tor 15c.
20c Asparagus, lOUc
Extra quality Asparagus, de
licious flat or; sold regularly
at :tc; 2 to p. m. at lO'.ic
25c Colin r Buttons, 10c
Men's . karat Gold-plated
Krcments Collar Buttons, all
slscs and shapes; 2 to 8 p. m.
at 10c each, ent'a Furnish
50c Hcssnllnr, 38c
rialn and HtrlpK Messsllnc,
a complete assortment of
street anil evening shades; a
heavy firmly woven grade; 2
to 6 p in, at 28o )ard,
59c Ducbcssc, 39c.
Black Katln Duchesse, all
silk, extra heay, rich satin
face, quality; 2 to 6 p m. at
81.00 .Silk Hose, 19r.
Women's 1'ast Hack Pure
Fllk Hose, full fashioned fool,
double Boe, heel and toe, gart
er tops; 2 to 8 p. m. at IJc
75c Pnon Velvet, 40c
Taon Vehet, a rich satin face
quality, all street and en
Ing shades; also black, 2 to 8
p. in, at 49a ard.
85c Corduroy, 69c
27-Inch Costume Corduroy, a
close woven heavy pile quali
ty; all the wanted shades; ,2
to 8 p. fii. at 65c yard.
10c Shoo Polish, 5c
Brown's "Army and Navy"
and "Monogram" brands of
8hoo rollth. regular 19o kind!
from to 8 p. m. itku bottle.
25c Ruulfoam, 15c
Itegular 25c bottles of Iloyt
Rublfoam, for the teeth; t to
8 p. m at lie
10c Toilet Soap, 2 for 7c
Armour!! tlentoln and But
termilk Toilet Koap; sold reg
ularly at 10c cake; 2 to 6 p.
in. at TWO takes for "c.
Glycerine Soap, Sc.
Ia I'arlslenna Transparent
OIcerlne Houp; large slsa
bars, 2 to 8 p. m. at Ic.
25c Talcum Ponder, 15c
Ithlcrli Violet Talcum To
der, large also Jars; sold reg
ularly at Uc; 2 to 8 p. in. at
25c Tootlf Brushes, 12c
fcampUi , Una ef Tooth
Brushes, all high grade Imv
ported brushes, with pilra
bristles; many shapes; 2 to '8
p. in at 12c scH.
39c Cold Cream, 25c
Daggett and llamedell'a
Terfect Cold Cream, regular
23c jars; 2 lo 6 p. m. at ttc.
Eye Brow Pencils, 6c
Genuine Dorln'a Eye Ilruw
rcnclls; blaik or brown, 2 to
C p, in at 6c
$1.50 Mesh Bugs, 03c
' Oemian Fllver Mesh Dugs;
fine link mesh, ktd lined; em
bossed Oerman silver frames,
long chains, 2 to p. ra. at
5c Cotton, 2 for 6c
King's IW yard spools of
White nanng Cotton; all
numbers; 2 to 6 p. nl, at TWO
ajiools for 8c.
Absorbent Cotton, 3c
Antiseptic Absorbent"! Cotton,
best (trade I sealed cartons;
one ounce packages; 2 to 6
p. m. at 3c. A
15c Potrder Books, 7c
Tellow's Face Powder Hooks,
white or flesh; reguarly tie
each: 2 to 8 p. m. at 7o each.
10c Hair 'ets, 5c
Ileal srada til Ik Hair Keta,
large sires, with and with
out elastic; all shades; t to
8 p. m. at 5c eaih.
10c Hdkrs, 6 for 29c
Woiurn'e Hemstitched llnta
Handkerchiefs, good quality:
sold regularly at lOo each; 2
to 8 p. m at SIX for 3c.
50c and 75c Scarfs, 29c
Hvilsa Scarfs, wltb hem
allchetl and sialloped borders;
sle !Si0 Vatioua designs;
aluea worth S0o and 76o each;
2 to 6 p. nl. at 29c.
75c Napkins, 8 for 25c
llcmniod Mercerized Da
mask Table Napkins, assorted
'designs; 2 lo 8 p..m. at tolX
for "Sc. s
25c Scarfs; 12Hc
linen Daiqask Scarfs,, fin.
Ishcd with fringe, all around;
2.to 8 p. nu at i:vic.
' 89c tYorstcd, 09c
St-Inch Unfinished Worsted,
good heavy weight; rich Jet
hlack; worth 89c yard; 2 to 8
p. m. at S9c.
75c Serge, 50c
tiO.tnch Doublo twill hard
twisted, close woven fcltorm
Rerge; In black, brown and
naiy blue. Worth 7Jo yard;
2 to 8 j. m. at Mc.
10c Cotton, 57sc
3tl-lnch Bleached Cotton, a
nna close woien grade; 2 to
8 p. m at 17-Sc sard.
79c Sheets, -19c
SUM .Seamless' Bleached
Shosts, double-bed slse; fin
ished with 3 Inch hem; 2 to 8
p. m. at tc.
$1.25 Spreads, 89c
11 quarter Crochet Bed
Spreads, doublo-bed slse; In
assorted heavy raised designs;
i lo 6 r. m. at Wc.
5e Milk, 2 for 6c
Regular 6c caua of "ret"
Biuad Uiauorated Milk; 3 to
8 p. in. at TWO cans for 8c.