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THE WASHINGTON TDlto, MONDAY, OCTOBEH U, 1912.
Promotions, Transfers, or
Twenty-six changes In the Fost
ofnce' Department Involving appoint
ments, promotions, transfers, or
resignations were announced today
by Postmaster General Hitchcock.
Most of the men or women concerned
are residents of the District.
Appointments Include the gazetting
of It. Frank Davidson, of Ohio, as
clerk at $1,200, In the official envel
ope agency, office of the Fourth As
sistant Postmaster General, by trans
fer from the Cincinnati postotflce,
and Rutland D. Heard, of Minnesota,
assistant messenger at $720.
The following promotions are an
nounced: Vance D. Harper, of Vir
ginia, frcm foroman of laborers at
$800 to captain of the watch at $1,000,
vice Kdwsrd Warren, appointed curn
tor of the Museum; George F. Smith,
clerk postal Inspectors' headquarters.
ji.zvu to ii,4uu; Biaunew A. moos
brugger, rlerk postal Inspectors'
headquarters, $1,000 to $1,200; In of
fice of Third Assistant Postmaster
General, Howard U Lewis, $1,600 to
fl,800; Charles A. Bracher, $900 to
$1,000; F. Ray George, $900 to $1,000:
Adolph Btorch, $900 to $1,000, and
Monte C. Mead, assistant messengor
at $720 to messenger at $840.
The following probatlonal appoint
ments are announced: Michael B.
Lunncy, of Missouri, postofflce In
spector at fl.GOO. with $3 per diem; Fos
ter C. Felton, District of Columbia, la
borer, $660; Matthew McVlckcr, jr.,
Pennsylvania, postofAco Inspector at
$1,600. with $3 per diem; Joseph H. Itol
lerman, of Louisiana, laborer, at $660,
and Lloyd 13. Mustaln. of Missouri, ele
vator conductor at $720.
Resignations are announced as fol
lows: Josephine Stuchell. of Pennsyl
vania, clerk, at $1,000; Eliza R. Peachy,
of the District of Columbia, clerk, at
1900; Mary D. Dempsey, of New York,
tabulator, at $900; Edmund Honvery, of
the District of Columbia, clerk, at $1,600;
Frank A. Hornaday, of Texas, superin
tendent division of Inspection, at $2,000;
Ralph D. Deacon, clerk, at $1,400; Wil
liam D. Sullivan, of Michigan, clerk, at
$300; William II, Fagan, of the District
of Columbia, mall weigher, at $900; Lucy
It Hozlett, tabulator, at $900, and Wil
liam W. Stevens, Massachusetts, clerk,
TERM OF ENLISTMENT
WILL BE LONGER
Amended Law Governing Army
to Go Into Effect Next
On' November 1 the amended law
lengthening terms of enlistment In the
army becomes effective. Thereafter
enlistment will be for seven years, four
years aeuve service ana inree years
In reserve. Men In reserve will receive
a bonus If Called into active service.
The four years of active service Is
tne result or a compromise between ad
vocates of the nresent short term and
those who during the last session of
congress wanted tne term lengthened
to nve years.
The effect of the changed law will be
observed with much Interest by army
officials, who assert that there Is no
certain way of prejudging the effect of
Men of Distinction
Have Birthday Today
This is the fifty-ninth birthday of
John W. Kendrlck, vice president of
the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
railway. He was born In Worcester,
Mass., October 14, 1853. and at the age
of twenty was graduated from the
Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Ho
began his railroad career with the
Northern Paclno In 1879. For the past
three years he has been In charge of
operation of the entire Santa Fe sys
tem, comprising more than 10,000 miles
Congratulations are due today to the
Earl of Galloway, who Is seventy-six
years old; to Sir John Blunt, who has
reached his eightieth birthday; to Sir
Edmund Walker, president of the Cana
dian Bank of Commerce, who is sele
bratlng his sixty-fourth birthday; to
Joseph R. Lamar, associate Justice of
the Supreme Court of the United States,
who Is fifty-five years of age, 'and to
Congressman William P. Borland, of
the Fifth Missouri district, now forty
live years of age.
By the U. S. Soldiers' Home Bni,
Bandstand at 4 o'clock.
JOHN S. M. ZIMMERMANN.
March, "Amorlcan Volunteers"
Overture, "King of the Dwarfs"'
Ballet, "Egyptlen" I-ulslnl
1. Allegro non troppo. 2. Allegretto.
3. Andante sostenuto.
4. Andante espresslvo, and finale.
Selection, "Tho Huguenots"
nag Oddity, "Tho Fiddler's Hag"
Excerpts from "The Enchantress"
Finale, "Mt. St. Louis Cadets"
"The Star-Spangled Banner."
EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, OCT. 6
The Washington & Old
Through Electric Service
between Washington and Leesburg, Va ,
and Intermediate points, affording the
public an excellent and frequent service.
Schedule of trains can be obtained at
705 lMn Bt. N. W.. 906 F St. N. W.. and
Mlh and M Sts. N. W-
SCHOOL IS OPENED
Suburban Dwellers Near Anacostia Get Improved Educa
tional Facilities New Pumping Station for
Minnesota Avenue Section.
WASHINGTON TIMES DUItBAU,
ANACOSTIA, D. C OCT. 14.
The Randle Highlands School. In the
new suburb cast of Anacostia, was
placed In commission today. The with
drawal of the fourth, fifth, sixth, sev
enth, and eighth grades from the Orr
School. In Twining City, and their In
stallation In the new one took place.
In tho Orr Bchool there remain the
first, second, and third grades. Over
100 pupils went to the new school
Miss Constant Newklrk, the princi
pal of the new school, was In charge of
the transfer arrangements today.
The Randle Highlands School Is lo
cated at Thirtieth and R streets, on a
site comprising three acreo of land, the
gift of Col. A. B. Randle to the DIs
trlct. The new building has eight
rooms, cost $64,000, and Is regarded as
the most modern building In the list
of District school houses.
The news that the District Is negoti
ator for a alts at Eighteenth street and
Minnesota avenue upon which to erect a
pumping station has been received wiin
satisfaction In East Washington Heights
nnrt ih fined Hone section. The Deo-
trie reildlnr there Interpret It to mean
that the end of their campaign for the
extension of the District water service
to those elevated points is in signt.
Alnndv the Commissioners have In
dlcated to the citizens' committees that
have Interviewed them time and tlmo
again concernlnr the situation that the
erection of a Dumping station Is the
only solution to the water problem for
So acute has the situation become
there, with wells falling to yield suf
ficient water, that windmills are being
employed at the two school houses to
forco water from deep wells for the
use of the school children, while resi
dents seek water where they can rind It.
Seven churches In the Anacostia dis
trict yesterday announced to their re-
Each of the following-named officers
of the Coast Artillery Corps from
company Indicated after his name
and placed on the uhasslgned list:
Captain ADNA O. CLARKE from the
Captain CLARENCE M. CONDON
from the Sixty-third Company.
Commander N. E. IRWIN, detached
command Baltimore; to command
Lieutenant (Junior grade) E. A. WOL
LESON, to Naval Academy.
Ensigns P. V. II. WEEM3, J. P. DAL
TON. and W. A. SHAW, detached
Hartford; to Relna Mercedes.
Ensign II. E. KNAUS8. detached North
Carolina; to Mayflower.
Is a Smoky City
Any lingering doubts which might be
cherished as to Pittsburgh being a
smoky city will be dispelled by a bul
letin of the Geological Survey Issued
today, which states that with a popula
tion of about one-ninth of that of
Greater New York, the consumption of
coat alone In Pittsburgh Is almost
equal that of the metropolis. If coke
and natural gas are reckoned In Pitts
burgh is far ahead.
In the quantity of coal handled the
comparisons are still more striking,
Pittsburgh's business exceeding that
of New York by nearly 50 per cent. In
1511 the coal traffic In New York har
bor amounted to 30,000,000 short tons,
whereas that of Pittsburgh. Including
rail shipments east and west, amounted
to nearly 53,000,000 tons.
It's only a matter of
ARMY AND NAVY ORDERS
plete. Everything the modern house requires is a feature of our stock and every price we quote is promised to
be the lowest for satisfactory quality and desirable design. Your best opportunity is
Very excellent quality of oak; nice
ly finished, with Bhaped top drawers
and large bevel French hlH
plate mirror. A splendid I S
value at $20 UJLJ
spectlve congregations that the annual
convention of the Sunday School Union
of the District will be held In the Con
gregational Church, In O street. north
west, on the evenings of October 28, 29,
The list of delegates from the Garden
Memorial Presbyterian Church com
prises Alexander Davidson, R. B. An
derson. E. A. Parker, Miss Edith Heb
ner, Miss Sarah Morgan, Miss Laura
Sowerbutts, the Rev. George M. Cum
mlngs, W. A. Snell. L. W. Diddle, and
Alexander B. Garden.
The Ladles' Aid Society of the German
Orphan Asylum has re-elected all Its
officers to serve during the coming
year with the exception of the vice
president. Mrs. Pauline Watther, who
declined re-election. The officers are
Mrs. Katharine Q. Barthel. president;
V.. 1.. 1 1,1. -.I..J. MB.. I.. ... , ILfvH
Dora Boettcher, financial secretary;)
Mrs. Catherlno Gain, treasurer. The)
rnnorts submitted at the annual meet
ing, held at the asylum here. Indi
cated the society has Increased In mem
bership and has gained In financial re
sources. Dr. and Mrs. William H. Hough, of
tho Government Hospital for the In
sane; Dr. and Mrs. Adams, and Dr. and
Mrs. Wilson, the last two named being
of Washington, have gone Into camp
near Font Royal. Va.. where they wl.ll
remain for a few weeks.
A Halloween social with grotesque fea
tures. Is being arranged by Presojrterlan
societies In Anacostia. Mrs. Jennie
Hoopes Is preparing the program.
Meetings at the Flr Department
house In Congress Heights under thu
auspices of the Y. M. C. A. and the
Methodists of the town have been re
sumed. R. K. Burgfss will act as the
organist during the year. Meetings
will toko place each Thursday evening.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS.
Arrived Panther, Machlas, Strtngham,
Bailey, Uagtcy, Barney, Porter, Du
pont, Blakely, Wordcn, Macdonough,
Tlngey, Thornton. Shubrlck, Stock
ton, Craven, Dahlgren. De Long.
Castlne. Tonopah, Severn, C-l, C-2,
C-3. C-4. C-5, D-l, D-2, D-3, E-2, Ma
rietta. Wain. Alleen. Beale. at North
River, New York, Cleveland at 8an
Juan del Sur, Rocket at Norfolk,
California at Wotsonvllle, Iroquois
at Port Watsonvlile, aioynower ai
Bulled Nero from Cordova for Kodlak,
I'rometheus from San Francisco for
Corlnto, Maryland from uremcrion
for San Francisco, Active. Vigilant,
from Maro Island for Port Watson
vlile. Fort Riley Training
Harder on Officers
Training at the mounted service school
of tho army at Fort Riley, Kansas, has
been more severe during tho last year
than ever before, according to the re
port flted with the adjutnnt general by
Lieut. Col. James Lockett, commandant.
The officers have been required to spend
many more hours In the saddle than In
previous years, and. Instead of ono
colt, each officer has had to train and
OreaK two colts.
A new administration building and an
Isolation stable for horses having con
tagious diseases are said to bo needed.
Anthracite Coal Soars.
WILKESRARRE. Pa., Oct. 1.-An-thraclte
coal reached the highest price
In history today when stovo and chest
nut sold for $5.35 a ton net, f. o. b.
IX COR. 7t & EYECDSTREETS.N.W.
Home Comfortable and
wise selection and judicious buying. The resources of this
The BED Is White Enamel, with brass
knobs and brass rails connecting the
heavy straight posts; substantial fillers
at head and foot. .
The SPRINGS are all-Iron and woven
wire tho most reliable kind.
The MATTRESSKB-mado with soft
top and unusually comfortable.
Singly Beds, $3.50; Springs, $2.25; Mattress, $2.25
g. (Exactly as s
OF SEX HYGIENE IN
Rev. Dr. Russell Says Duties
of Parents Should Not
Opposing the Intrusion of the teacher
Into zone which belongs to tho home,
the Rev. William T. Russell, of St.
Patrick's Catholic Church, has opened
fire upon the proposal to teach sex hy
giene In the public schools, as ad
vanced .at the recent International Con
gress of Hygiene and Demovraohv.
In a sermon delivered before the
league of tho Good Shepherd In St.
Patrick's lost evening. Monslrnor Rus
sell said that questions of sex were too
delicate and sacred to be touched upon
by any agency exceDt that of tho
parent. He declared the Almighty had
given certain responsibilities for the
parents to discharge which cnuM not
bo assumed by anyone else. One -of
these was the teaching of the secrets
of sex, and Father Russell said he
was certain that strong opposition
WOUld arise in ttnv nrnnnanl In Intpn.
duce this topic Into public school works.
ii purrnis are lax in this teaching, It
Is not the privilege of the schools to
usurp this function, he said. Tho par
ents must be made to realize their re
sponsibilities In the matter.
Father Russell's reference to sex hy
giene was part of a general sermon on
the subject of tuberculosis and the ne
cessity of a united fight upon the "great
"When we remember what tremendous
strides science has made In conquering
smallpox." said tho pastor, "we havu
a graphic picture of what Is possible
with tuberculosis. Already the progress
made ha been notable, but there Is
much yet to be done. ,
"Every charitable and philanthropic
agency In the country should bo enlist
cd in the crusade against the plague. I
appeal to you, members of tho League
of the Good Shepherd, to aid In the
fight. There Is a nation-wide movement
going forward now to stamp It out. I
believe that nothing Is Impossible to
science, provided all of us lend our aid.
It Is much too early to speak of tho con
quest of tuberculosis, but we can go
far to make It as small a factor in the
life around us as Is smallpox."
KILLS HER HUSBAND
AND TAKES OWN LIFE
Believed Bank Cashier's Wife Be
came Suddenly Insane BoJics
FounJ by Littli Son.
ADEL. Ga., Oct. 14. The bodies of M.
A. Crosby, cashier of tho Bank of Adel,
and his wife were found In their bed
room this morning by their six-year-old
The woman was on the floor, with a
revolver In her hand and a bullet
through her brain. Crosby was on tho
bed, shot through the right eye.
At the Inquest it was decided that
Mrs. Crosby had killed her husband as
he slept and then killed hesnelf. Sudden
Insanity on the part of the woman is
the only solution to the tragedy that
Intimate friends can offer. She had been
despondent for some time because of
111 health. They lived happily as far
as known. I '
The will of the dead man was found
In a bureau drawer. It left everything
to his wife and children. Crosby was
the wealthiest man in this section of
Aiding the Indians.
The Rev. William H. Ketch&m Is In
Baltimore today attending a meeting
of the board of Catholic Negro and
Indian Mission. The board la composed
of Cardinal Gibbons, Cardinal Farley,
and Archbishop Edmond F. Prender
gsst. Father Ketcham Is director of the
Bureau of Indian Missions.
DOUBT BUY OF
(Exactly as X.
Golden Oak Rockers
Note that the Beat la wide, the back
high, tho arms broad that spells
Rocker comfort. The frames are strong
and the seat Is upholstered In imitation
leather that will wear almost equal to
FIVE THOUSAND FOR
HOLY NAME PARADE
Seventy-five Priests and
Dozen Bands Will Accom
pany Delegation Here.
It has been announced In Baltimore
that that city will be represented by
6,000 men and boys In the big parade of
tho Holy Name Societies In this city
next Bundny afternoon. Col, Jerome
Joyce, president of the Archdlocesan
Union of Holy Name Societies, says
more than seventy-five priests will
come to this city with the big delega
tion from Baltimore, One dozen bands
also will come over with the visitors.
The list of Baltimore parishes and
the number of marchers' each will send
to Washington, Is as follows;
Parish. Presidents. Marchers.
Bt. Andrew Dr. John Ayd 20
St. Anthony's Ferdinand N. Franz.. to
St. Athanatlus' W. Bullantyne
Bt. Barnabas Samuel Williams
Bt. Benedict's August Ylnger
Bt. Bernard's-P. J. Giblln
St. Bridget's J. M. Coyne ,
St. Cecelia's Thomas J, Coulehan.,
Corpus Chrlstl Charles W. Duff...,
St. uomlnlcs V. J. KunKei t
St. Elizabeth's P. E. Murphy.
Bt. Kdward'a John J. Doric
Bt. Francis Xavler John L. Steven,
St. Gregory's Charles II. Bullock.
Immaculate Conception E. Krea
St. Jeromo's James Wallace 100
St. John's John T. Radford 1,300
til. Joseph's William A. Mcucr.
I mott 400
' St. Joseph's Monastery G. Flnster. I'd
Bt. Katherlne's John Llverman 100
St. Martln's-Joseph P. Tully 200
St. Patrick'a-Dcvld L. McCahan.... SO
St. Pnul's-Robert M. Griffin 300
St. Peter Clavier Austin Burgess... 1M
'St. Peter's James Kearney M0
' His. Phillip and James' Dr. Turner. KO
ft. Pius' John Ochs ISO
hi. jonn s, Long oreon J. Keliey... H
Ft. Mark's, Long Green E. Colgan, SO
Bt. Paul's Elllcott City M. F.
Bt. John's. Frederick-H. Young 109
Clergyman's Son Had
Tuberculosis; Now Well
People who have Comumptlon are I
uiicu iincu nun iiriKil livpcn ui rccov
cry, only to realize that Improvement
1m but temporary. Consumption la
dreaded by eeryone. Thoao who had
It and used Eckman'i Alterative can
testify to Its beneficial effects. No ono
need doubt It there Is plenty of evi
dence from Uvo witnesses. Investigate
Amenta, K. T.
''Gentlemen: Trior to Feb., 190ft, X lo
catrd In Itochtiter. N. T., lufTetinc with
IjaGrlpr, which developed Into Tuberculo
I. My phjrilclan rae me one month to
live. I waa having; terrible night awenta
and mid-day chilli and lotlnff fleah rapidly,
having gone fnm U5 to 1 15 pound. I
counhed and ralaM continually and became
ao weak that walking a few feet exhausted
me. On my return home, my regular physi
cian gave me little encouragement. My
father, who Is a clergyman, beard of Eck
nun' Alterative and Induced me to take It.
The night sweats and chills disappeared, my
rough became easier and gradually dlmtn
lahed aiuV In a few, days I developed an ap
petite, the ilrst In months. X am now in
perfect health, back to ltt lbs. X feel cer
tain that I owe my life to Eckman's Alter
ative," (Slimed) K. If. COWIES.
"Gentlemen: I cannot And word to mx
Kress my appreciation of what your remedy
u done for my son. It changed drapalr
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taking It, and without any doubt In my
mind. It saved hta life, I wish to add my
endorsement to every word of his testi
monial' (Hlgned) RBV. J. J. COWI-ES.
Tsstor Presbyterian Church.
Eckman's Alterative Is effective In
Bronchitis, Asthma, Hay Fever: Throat
und L,umr Troubles and In upbuilding;
the system. Does not contain poisons,
opiates or hablt-formlne; drutrs. For
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other leading druggists. Ask for book
let telllnp of recoveries, and write to
Kckman laboratory, Philadelphia, Pa.,
for additional evidence.
Store are splendidly com
here. Test us and see.
Another special offering of Rug
vitmcs i or mm wcck. ai ineir
prices now is tne lime to provide
now xiuur coverings.
Regular $13.50 Rugs. (PA or
Size SUxlOU Oif.OO
Regular $16 Rugs. -t or
Size 9x12 Oll.OD
Regular J10 Rugs. an OC
Size 6x9 Oi,iO
Regular $12 Rugs. fro or
Sire 7Hx9 JBO.OD
Regular $16 Rugs. fill Or
Size 8Uxl0H Oll.OD
Regular $20 Rugs. (gf tfi
Size 9x12 JDlftwU
Regular $28 Rugs. C91 en
Size 8'4xl0!4 DUL,DJ
Regular $30 Rugs. COO CCA
Size 9x12 OiO.OU
Regular $1C Rugs. (Ml Or
Size 9x11 SILOO
Regular $39 Rugs. flJQI CA
Size SUxlOfc, OOX.DU
Regular $42.50 Ruga. QOA AA
Size 9x12 DO".VU
Regular $40 Rugs. QO AA
Size 9x12 iDOnVJ
Open 8 A.M.
Women's & Misses' Coat Suits
Good Values ft W g
at $25.00... ?P J. J. OU
Women's and Misses' Coat Suits of whip
cords and serges, in navy, black, brown, and
fancy mixtures; coats arc lined with yarn-dyed
satins; very latest styles; fit and workmanship
are guaranteed. Misses' sizes, 16 and 18;
women's sizes, 34 to 44. These suits are con
sidered good values at $25.00. Anniversary
Sale price, $11.50.
Women's and Misses1
Worth up U00 gg
to $35.00 qoW
300 of the very latest creations and copies
of the finest imported models made from the
very newest materials, in black, navy, brown,
and two-toned effects; sizes in this collection
are 14, 16, 18 for misses, and 34 to 51 for
women. The actual values are up to $35.00.
Anniversary Sale price, $23.00.
FOR WOMEN AND MISSES
Worth $3.50 at
Women's and Misses' Slicker Raincoats in tan and
gray. All sizes and worth $3.50. Special for Anniversary (f
Anniversary Sale of
Women's Ribbed Fleece-lined
Vests and Pants, In white or un
bleached; extra large sizes
Included; 6c value. Special, QQ.
Boys' Heavy Fleece-lined Shirts
and Drawers, In tan color only;
sizes from 21 .to 34. 39c val- ni.
ue. Special, each CiiXi
Children's Ribbed Fleece-lined
Combination Knits, In white, gray,
or unbleached. 59c value. QQn
Special, each OIC
Anniversary Sale of
19c and 25c Dutch A
Neck Collars . . . 3L
SO dozen Dutch-neck Lace-trlm-med
Collars worth 19c and 25c.
Sale price, 9c each.
Anniversary Sale of
75c Crystal Dot
ted Chiffon . .
Fink and light blue crystal dot
ted Chiffon, 42 Inches wide; very
stylish for draping evening gowns.
Worth 76c yard. Anniversary sale
price, EOc yard.
Anniversary Sale of
Veiling . . .
Silk Veiling In plain and fancy
mesh, chenille dots, hair line, and
a good assortment of shadow; very
neat patterns and worth 39c yard.
Anniversary sale -price, 23c yard.
Women's Muslin Gowns; high
neatly trimmed with embroidery,
and ribbon; good quality muslin;
nainsook. Sale price, 69c.
Women's Flannelette Gowns; made of excel
lent quality material; trimmed with braid and
wash silk mull; all sizes. Sale price, 05c.
Close 6 P. M.
Owing to the' extremely unpleasant
weather, all articles advertised in Sun
day's papers will be continued tomorrow
or until the lots arc sold out.
Anniversary Sale of
24-yard rolls of White Cotton
Tape; regularly 10c; this sale C
3-ounre bottle. Sewing Ma- Qn
clilno Oil; will not gum; bottle JC
IJest quality. Leather Sewing Q
Machine Straps; full length ... C
Klrby Beard English Hairpins,
straight or crimped, pack- -I
Clinton Safety Tins, full
nickeled; all sizes; 3 dozen 1A
All-over full-size Hair Nets,
with or without rubber; 5 in.
Wood Coat Hangers, will r
not splinter: 10c value OC
CO-lnch Tape Measures .....SZC
Anniversary Sale fcf
$1 Corsets, 59c
$1.00 Corsets, made of good quality her
ringbone coutil; medium bust, long hip, and
back; hook on skirt; drawstring for bust; four
heavy garters. Sale price, pair, 59c.
Lansburgh's Housework Corset, made of heavy
coutil; medium bust; long hip and skirt; graduated
steel; hook on skirt; four garters; sizes :o (M a A
to 36. Balo Vrlce Sl.UU
I5c Brassieres, trimmed with embroidery: ii.
sizes 34 to 44. Sale price .. 14C
39c Brassieres, front of deep embroidery; in.
sizes 34 ,to 44. Sale price IjfC
Anniversary Sale of
69c School AQ
Umbrellas . . . flJC
i.i!!l1lr?P'8 Sehool Umbrellas, fast
black English gloria, paragon
frame, ateel rod, plain wood or
fancy handles; suitable for boys or
$U- ,Worlh "c- Anniversary
Sale price, 49c.
Anniversary Sale of
124c 36-in. o 1
Bleached Cotton . 02C
36-lnch Bleached Cotton, one of
our old standard brands, free from
dressing, for all-around family
uses. 13Ho value. Anniversary
Sale price, 814 c.
Anniversary Sale of
25c & 30c French A
French Dress Entities, navy blue
and black grounds with white fig
ures and designs. Regular 25c and
39c value. For this sale, special.
and low neck;
some made of
Jin ulUl i
1 II i