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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVKM1.KK 5, 1912.
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nnd beauty In the various hospitals,
homeii mid .Milums of the rll,
A third wngenlond will he ' lit out
Thursduj. AM of them go to tho flower
ei alike, no iii'j " '""""": i
Pictorial Review Patterns Headquarters
RARE 'MUMS WILL
jealous nno wuuiu u u.i - -
Mrs Murshi'.ll, who acknowledge being
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alleged exiHiidlliiie of $.n,w by her h'ls-
FOUND GUILTY OF
guild, vvllh headhunt tcrs In the Church
fiom u former huiband. voluntarily
vvt-nt to Hollevuo for examination after
o the llplphany, on street between
Thirteenth and fourteenth street
Flowers Exhibited Last Week
Sent to Homes and
His Attempt to Have Her Incar
cerated Fails, Now He Is
Aiaisilllll nan eii.iiiii,,, .. , w, ., '..J I
chaiglng that she was taMnely Jtaloi'ii. I
nnrtliwoit. whero they ale being ills-
Hi. IJIrROry. "11 lwi ? Bum " -
shall was only a 1 It unstrung.
"I don't tare what the doctors say,
Marshall, who works for the Interna
tional Bcrvlie. Corporation, said today,
She. ouKhl to bo kept 111 HellovU".,
Vllin Is Insanely Jealous, and has told
trlbutcd. Bo fur as Ih practicable e ;ry
hiinlinl nnd oinhan hotne und other
refuse for the sick nnd niedy will hi
Vhc shipment of chrvsonlhcmumii In
the Flower Oulld In old to he the larg
ikt over sent to un ono plrtee In many
j earn In tho elty. Inehided In the lot
nio nwny tare variolic which were
greatly ndmticd lit tho recent iliow.
Nl'.W Yonif. Nov. 5. Mr. Hertlo
As nn afleimath of tho 'mum uhow
of lust week, two wngonloatN of gor
geously lined flowers left the Dcpait
ment of Agriculture greenhouses today
bound for their llnnl errand of chcor
tbe pollen In liosion. i-iiiiaiicipnia, "
New York about me. Bhn has vvieckc'l
my ofdeo many times I am going to
Hellexun to talk to tho doctors again
about her ase. 1 think they are mis
taken about her,"
Marshall nftel being refused at Ilel-
Seeress Hysterical on Hear
ing She Must Pass 25
Years in Prison.
levue us sane, und turned over loner
liusl.nnd, A A Marshall, 204 West
uin.ii,.M.tnnil Htreet. Is not wanlcii
I at hei home, Marrhall declared today.
A. LI3NER Hoars, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. G STREET
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CHICAGO, Nov B.-Mrs. Louisa bind
loff, spiritualist and crystal gaier, was
found guilty of murder by a Jury In
Judge. Wlnde's court last night, and her
punishment llxed at twcnt-(lc jcars
In the penitentiary. She was charged
with tho poisoning of her fifteen-) car
old Bon, Arthur.
Tho seeress, wtio had all along main
tained that her glass of fate showed
he would be acquitted, laughed h)n
terlcally and cast a sneering glance at
tho Jury when tho verdlc was read.
Later she collapsed while standing In
nn anteroom surrounded by her friends.
She wan reled and led back to her
tell In the cqunty Jail
"There is no Justlec here," tho con
lcted woman sobbed. "The guilty are
turned loose and tho Innocent get the
worst of It. I will show my Innocence
beforo I am through It will only bo
a, question of time. I did not kill my
boy or itn of the others, t am Inno
cent, and God Is my witness."
Motion for a new tilal wasiinade by
her attorney, and the court set Novem
ber IS as the date for heailng argu
The I.lndloff boj died June n last,
nnd the State charged that lo was
poisoned Mrs I.indlolT was arrested
Juno II, on suspicion of having poisoned
two husbands and her three children.
Tho bodies of William I.lndloff, one of
the woman's husband's and Alma Llnd
loff, a daughter, were exhumed, Juno
77 Prof. Waltei H Haines, after a chem.
leal a"al)Ms, n ported that he hud found
uisenle In tin- Internal oryans of both,
in Tt.n.t "i rnii, li tllsnitch from Mil
waukee, Wis. that arsenic had bten
found In the hoity of Julius Oraluinkc, u
former hutband of Mrs I.indlolT
I'ollce Investigation proved that the
bov Arthur's life had been hcavllv In
stiled. Other evidence won found, and
on Jul 17 the sceiesa was Indicted b
the grand Jury The charge was mur
der, and was band on tho death or
At All Souls' Mission
The Ilev, IMward S Dunlap. of St
John's Hrlscopal Church, rnvc an Il
lustrated lectuie last night at All Soulr
Mlsilon. Connecticut and Cathedral ave
nues northwest, on The Life of Jesus
of Nazareth' I'litures of Palestine
painted bv William Hole, the relibrutod
artist of the Roval Aeademv of London,
and said to be the guiUst collet tlon of
religious plenties of the Holy Land In
existence, were shown More than 100
persons heard the lectin e.
THE sales tell more
money is spent for
Fatima than for any other
cigarette. The Turkish
blend that has character
No extravagance in pack
smokes 20 for 15 cents.
W, COrmERI3S)AKDH3TS. J
TIIH Union Trust Com
pany lins Capital
t,i,l (Jnrnlua nf
J2,300,000 00 and Is sub
ject to redoral supervi
sion, yet tho most ltal
elements of Its twelve
years of uninterrupted
success are the Integrlt)
unit sound Judgment of tho U
men lrcetliiR its affuirs
Both checking untl sav
ings accounts nro Invited
IN ANY AMOUNT, Z' In
terest being paid on the
CAPITAL & SURPLUS
Edward J. Stcllwagen, Pres
I Good Goods I IWQVi3!? I Terms Made I
At Low Prices To Suit You
I 1 409 to 417 Seventh Street. ' !
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Beautiful Lace Curtains
At Cut Prices All This Week
n- ... ... .Ai ..- , 01iipc nfTrpH in nnr Dranerv DcDartment this week. The stock
offers an abundant choice of patterns including Nottinghams, Brussels net Irish Points in white and
ecru Marquisettes, Marie Antoinettes, Lacet Arabians, and window panels, door panels, etc. The regular
prices are most moderate
White Notthitfluun Lace Curiums
A rub Nottingham Lace Curtains.
Brussels Not Lneo Curtains
White Irish Point Curtains
AVhite Irish Point Curtains
White Irish Point Cm tains
Marie Antoinette Curtains
White Irish Point Curtains $7.25
Irish Point Door Panels 39c
Irish Point Door Panels 59c
This week's reductions offer exceptional values.
$7.7."5 Marquisette Curtains
$!).00 Lacet Arabian Curtains
$11.75 Arab Irish Point Curtains..,
$1.'J.L3 White Irish Point Curtains.
$13.30 White Irish Point Curtains.
$1(5.50 White Irish Point Curtains.
$17.75 White Irish Point Curtains..
$4.00 Three-Yard Window Panels.
$1.:50 Irish Point Door Panels
$1.73 Irish Point Door Panels
It's Easy to Replace Any Part of a
i:bp nf mulcliiK repairs
dim 11 Id be the prime con
ulilerutlon in the cliolte of
n raiiKf Often a Hlnipln
repair nil) nave liuIHK i
Nntlce In the IlIUBtrntlnn
to the left lion cver part
uf the Cllenwooil Itange
ma he remnveil vvlthniit
t rou hie, ami wit limit
kmic klnc ilo i) the rniiE
llknooU" ItanKes lire
maile of finer material,
fitted more accurately und
will outwear any other
This Large Golden
Attractive buffet like the Illus
tration to the left. Has beveled
Trench plait mirror, canopy top,
mvell front, lined drawer for Bll
vervare, two othei drawers, two
clipboard?, claw feet, and wood
In our ntock you aro
mire to find a rano thut
ult ou perfectly All
are larKe and roomy, ct
economical of fuel.
"New Dandy" Ranges
This Exact Range .f
With Mantel Shelf
"Hastings" Dining Tables
This Polished Quartered Oak
Ileautlful Dlninjr Table. HUe the
cut to the rlKht, In polished quar
tered oal The top extends to
feet, and has three leaves Ilaa
the Tyden removable top, Tvdcn
top lock and leaf lock, heavy
round pedestal base, carved claw
feel and excellent finish
A larser, heavier and better
ranpo than can usually bo
purchased for $25 00 TtiU
ranse hau five large lids, (rood
baking oven, flnel nlckel
Idated trlniinlUBs, and la fur
nished with tho nlckel-trlm-meil
mantel as illuBtratcd at
ili ,T mb mp '"hi H1 iTriiwiMJ
43i" I v I Carl II
"to ! KTshlH
fl JJuj J JiLiil
(Mr W'Q IW
This Three-piece Loose Cushion
Parlor Suite . .
Polished MahoKnnI -finished Three-piece Tarlor Suite, Just
like the above llluatiatlon Kach piece has vvldo back, heavy
pantH, IiIk'' arms, springs undei stat, and loose cushions of
Bieui plush tied on with labels
Warm blankets are hern In abund
ance, at prices vou'U find unusuallv
low Our strlctlv all-wool blankets,
ranging In price fn m 5 18 to $10 00
per pair, offer exceptional values.
m Blankets, $1.4o
Guaranteed Brass Beds
This 2-Inch Continuous Post Brass Bed,
Mrong Ilraas lied like
the cut to the right, in
Mi o Ice of bright ot sntln
finish The. posts ore i
inches in diameter, has
ten strong fillers, and
lacquering that will not
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Dr. Italph Urlla Hnmuel,
In Kirs I Floor Dalrnnr,
it un,, h, i.tnrrtnir. dlxilncss, neu
ralgia, headache, spots floating beforo
tho sight, burning or smarting of the
eyes, various nervous ana ur.u m-
fictlons, entailing not oniy ""
Injury to the sight, but present mis
cry, call Immediately.
Health Is Wealth
. .-. .1 ...kn'tl Un Pf.
more important man mw u u- -
ident more important than paltry dol
lars and cents more important than
all things your health.
With health happiness is alone pos
sibleso link the greatest wealth with
Just now health is spelled with
nine icucrs u-n-u-c-i-w-t-u-i.
With proper underwear health is
reasonably assured without proper un
derwear the insidious cold and the too
often fatal development.
UtlderWear A Most Complete Stock
Ladies and children first and first to tell of the makes here.
Then to point to some of the bargain spots, dotting this new $15,000
stock. First the makes read on.
"Merodc" Vests, Pants. Tights,
Cornet Covers and Union CM A A
Suits BOc to . . iD'JttUU
Torrest Mills Underwtar, suits ami
separate garments $1 (CO Aft
"Mchellcu" Union Bulls
and Separate Garment. JO KA
Hc to D.OU
Springfield Knltltng Companv's
t'nlon Suits and Separate (IJO fTC
Garments A; to . .. Ofcltl
American Hosler Comiianv's
Vests, Punts. IioB' Shirts (JO ((
and Driwers Uo to tDi.UU
Not folk nnd New Hrunswlck Natu
ral and White Merino g1 en
Jim nnd tDA.UU
Ameilcaii Hosier! Vests
nnd Pant" $1 55 to
Kajser Swiss nibbed nnd Italian
Silk rnilerwar Vests. Pants Kmh
Corset Covers and llloom- OJC AA
ers fA:to . W.WU
SwUs Hibb.d Vests. Pants TlBhts
and Suits. Kllk and silk flJC OQ
mixed $100 to . . OO.UO
llolrovd nia.k TlBhts;
ankle and kr- lengths fljo )
$;ooto. . vt.fiO
Golden htar Plain Australian Wool;
white, gray and red; 1 en
vists and pants T6c to . wl.UU
Merodo. Scparato Gar
ments and Union Suits.
I'orrest Mills White and
rjriiv Vests and Pants 50c to
Not folk and New Brunswick est
and Pants. Uos' Shirts and f7K
Springfield Knitting Co"'na,"'ll
Vests, Pants and Union flJO AA
Suits. T5o to JD.UU
"Dalby" Klnc Ribbed Union Suits
and Separate Garments fl1 OE
Dalby Vests, Pants, Tights, IJEg,
and Uloomers. 50c and ""'
I.lttle l'rlnces Vests for sniall
children up to 4 years QKrt
-A to - - X
Ilos' Golden Star Plain Gray qfp
Shirts and Drawers 5ic to.... "
Dr. Denton's Sleeping 1 AA
Garments Be to w
Hssex Mills Vests. Pants Cf
and Suits, fleeced lined 25c to . 0J
The Bargain Spots Here Tomorrow
Adulti" Autumn - welgl Merino
Union Suits, half wool all sIihs.
In all stshs $1 7.. qual- gJQ
Adults' Swiss nibbed Union Hiilts,
low neck v. "it ankle-length AQ
pants lltJvalir. .
Adults 1 nlon Suits. medium
'."... i ... .,i limit hah and
low necks ankle and knee fOp
lingth- $lfl ou.illtv
Suits, all atvl.s 50c quallt
Adults Medlum-w eight Union QQ
Kleeced-llned and Medium
Vests and Pants; Hois'
and Drawers. all or.
Itlblii il Uleeced Union Suits,
long sleeve vests, ankle pants, Oftp
ages : to 15-jears . .. .. "
Girls Pure White Medium-weight
Union Suits, lle-ced lined. I Kftp
to 15 vears ... V? .
Norfolk and New Ilrunswlik ests
and Pants Shirts and Draw
ers for girls und bovs, 2 7p
to 10 venrs . . "
In the New Men's Wear Shop
G Street Annex Two Doors East of Eleventh.
Union Suits at $1.00 to S4.50. These glove-fitting ribbed Suits
arc much in favor this season. Here of cotton, wool, and a mixture
of silk and wool. Hear the election news tonight wearing one of
.1 : onH he insured neainst Cold.
incbc auiia "" "- ,
CpgprSJThis is thcLakN
PIhw! I Ahat means J
Gen lemea's Prize Underwear at 50c
The materials, tho making, the tin
ish und tho lit of these Gray nn!
Willie Merino Shirts and Orawipis
air all superior, a wonder at the
Tl.ls famous make Is here at
$100, $150 and $-'.00 per gar
Perhnpi this Is your favorltn
make here ut $100 to $100 pel
Is this jourh? The autumn
nod winter weights aro $100
Anothei famous make, with
nun) advocates hot o at Mc,
75c, $1 00, $1 25 und $1 50
This famous Natural Wool Under
weai Is guamnteed not to shrlnl.,
$1 fO, $J 00 and li 50 per garment
$3.95 Boys'Clothing $5.00
At $3.95 are Russian Overcoats for boys of 2'2 to' 10 years.
At $5.00 are Convertible Overcoats for boys of 9 to 18 years. Also
at $5.00 Corduroy Suits with two pairs of trousers, for boys of 8
to 17 years."
A. Lisner Hours, 8 to 6 G Street