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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, NOVEJIBER C, 1912.
Open 8 AM.
Close 6 P. M.
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Established in 1860
$5.00 Extra Size An
Taffeta Silk Petticoats p.O7
Made of splendid quality taffeta, in black only; cut extra full
through hips; tailored flounce, .finished with fine tucks; deep perca
line underflounce, with dust ruffle; lengths, 38, 40, 42. ffir) ZA
An excellent value at $5.00. For one day, special 4A0V
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SEEK TO IDENTIFY
Picture Taken in 1887 Will
Be Submitted to Oldest
A search national In Us scope will be
continued tonight when a photograph
of the California Pioneer Society, now
the California State Society, made In
1SS7, will be submitted to the Associa
tion of Oldest Inhabitants, and a fur
ther effort to Identify the persons will
Joseph I. Kecfer, a member of the
society, who has had the picture In
his hands for some time, will submit
It to tho society, nnd will nsk that
the veteran Wnshlngtonlans assist him
In his woik. The photograph belongs
to W. C. Dodge, a retired patent lawyer,
nnd a member of the pioneer associa
tion. The names of the men In the photo
graph are In Mr. Kcefcr's possession,
but he tian been unable, as yet, to
Identify the, pictures.
The photograph was made at Marshall
Hall when the soolety went on It first
outing In 1887. Tho' names of tho per
sons In the picture are:
den. E. r. Ilcale, Gen. Jno. C. Trce
ment, Gen. T. Sherman, Hullet Kll
boum, O. E, Kennedy, E. Ncgle. P. II.
McManus E. 11. MacGrotty, Isaac C.
Miller, G. H. Miller, Capt. JnmeH Mul
Ian, William McGarrlhan. J. F. Mollere,
HWArXV IN DOUBT BUY OF
CO?. 7 EYE(I)STREETS,N.W.
Guaranteed Beds Brass and Iron
We've got a line of Brass Beds now that can be guaranteed with
positiveness. They are finished with the new Damard Lacquer.
Neither perspiration, nor acids, nor dust can harm them. They arc
sold to you with that understanding. Our Iron Beds are, as usual,
guaranteed. Many styles in all sizes.
Guaranteed Brass Beds
(Exactly as Illustrated).
The Bed illustrated Is a Damard
lacquered lied with 2-Inch continu
ous posts, with sleeve corners and
ten filling rods nt head and foot
ends. Bright or Satin finish. Single
or double sizes.
I I SSJgjl 1 1 I I COMPLETE
Get a Line On Our Carpet Prices
You will quickly see the advantage of buy-
J. P. Norse, Col. J. C. McKlbben. '&
Gov. Hodman Price, Gen. Alfred
Pleusanton. II. F. Page, n. C. J. l'en
delton, v, Richardson, J, J. Rellly, Gen.
W. S. Itosecrans, I. A. Schcll. Frank
M Schell, J. M. Smallnood, J. M. Htet
tlmus. Col. F. n. Bchacfcr, J. J. Sap
ley. J. T. Turner, U 8. Tlchenor. U.
Tucker. Judge W. V. Upton, Dr. James
Suddard. It. II. Wllley. O. M. Woozen
craft, . C. Dodge, Capt. L. L. Dlake.
Gen. W. W. Utlfinup, ft. O. Woi thing
ton, V. II. Bin-slow, II. Urock, G. II.
Iluffum, It. r, Crowell, J. E. Darden,
Gen. A. S. Dcnxer, II, II. Dencah, Ver
non Dorsoy, Charles Dickenson, T. T.
Dawpon. Goov. Krnncls Dawson, James
Ellrldge, o. T. Ennls, John Ennls,
Judge II W. Elllo, J. O. i:ans, Ross
Gen. II. G. Gibson. Gov. G. C. Gorham,
Gov. A. S. Hunt, Charles V. Hnyien,
Thomas E. Hatch. Lel Hanford, S. N.
lloyt. W. II. Itced, William W. Star.
Major J. P. Horbuck, James It. Ilouard,
A. M. Kcmrnaday, Benjamin Thompson.
Threo pairs of Orlentnl eyes studied
with great Interest tho polling at Hy
nttsvllle, Md., jesterday. They belong
ed to the Japanese ambassador to the
United States, Viscount SutemI Chlnda,
Prof. If. Tajima, a Nipponese Ins'mc
tor In political ecoi.omy, nnd Kelshlro
Matsul, counselor of the embassy.
This was the first lew that the Japa
nese ambassador had of American elec
tion machlnerj, mid In- showed great
Interest In the quietness and order
maintained nt the polls Tho escorts
of the party consisted of former maor
W. P. Magruder. of IlyattsUlle, and
former Councilman Devlin.
OMAHA, Neb , Nov. 6 An army of
teachers, representing every branch of
educational work, assembled In Omaha
today for the annual convention of tho
Nebraska State Teachers' Association.
General sessions nnd meetings of the
numerous sections of the association
will carry the convention over tomorrow
and Friday. William J. Bryan. Dr. P.
P. Claxton. United States Commissioner
of Education, nnd Dcnn Charles II,
Judd, of tho University of Chicago, head
the list of qutsldc speakers.
YOUR SAY SO
Iron Beds, Outfit
(Hxactlv as Illustrated).
The BKD Is White Enamel, with
brass trimmings, and has heavy
tilling r-ds at head and foot. The
MATTRK8S li well made, with soft
tod. The Sl'RINaS arc all-Iron
frame and woven wire. May bo had
separately If preferred and at spo
clal prices for each piece.
The Bed alone $3.95
The Springs alone $1.35
The Mattress alone $a.aj
mg here. Not only are the qualities of the
very best makes that are Well known but
the assortment of patterns is unusually large
and the prices really SPECIAL.
e- MlKh-grado Ingrain; full 10.
aid wide ioC
1.15 Tupestiy Brussels-new
JI.40 Koxbuiy Tapestry;
extra hcay. ilch color- i in
II 00 Tapestrj Brussels; 70
choice patterns iZC
1. 25 Velvet Carpets, exclu- no I
five effects JJOC I
tW Axmlnstcrs heavy
and rich .
Made, lined, ujid laid without extra
American Stocks Go Up, Not
Down, as Was Taft
IONDON. Nov. . That tho effect of
the election In the United States will
lot ba ndersc, so far as the stock
market wus concerned, was Indicated
when the London Stock Exchange open
ed today. On the strength of orders
ficm the other side th entire stock
list was up and the tone was buoyant
Tho entire list of American stocks was
up an acrago of a point to a point and
a half by U 45 o'clock.
Dealers had begun trading by la, m,
thnilffh the plrrliiinirn'H nrwnlntr linilr m
not until 11. Several firms kept open '
uu nigni. mo others an opened at s,
and an hour later Inning was active.
Orders were beginning to ho receded at
the all-night establishments as early as
4 a. m.
"Their Lives for Gold" A Great a.Reel
fcaturo today. Virginia Theater.
Try Our asc Regular Dinner at the
Manhattan, 015 Stli Bt, N. W.
Gigantic Purchase of Women's Suits and Coats
Results in Remarkable Values
The opportunity came to us to buy at tremendous concessions from regular price the very latest
nnd most fashionable Suits and Coats. We accepted it gladly. Hence the Greatest Underselling Sale
of the year in Women's apparel. " "
w omens ip.ou ana $o
Entirely new styles in fine shape-retaining Suits. Made of
broadcloths, serges, two-tone effects, whipcords, etc. Some smartly
tailored, others stylishly trimmed. Cutaway models, Norfolk, Belted,
and Straight-front models some with vestees. No trouble to secure
a perfect choice and perfect fit.
Women's $22.50 to $25
Every new material and coat style sanctioned by Dame Fashion
this season is represented in this great display. Tweeds, Broad
cloths, Fancy Mixtures, and various models in the popular Black
and White Diagonals, Boucle Cloth, Zibelines, Astrakhans, etc.
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Kev. Herbert Reu ;
To Be Party Guest
The Rev. C. Herbert Reese, nsslstnnt
Pistor of St. Thomas' Cplicopal Chuirh,
will be given a birthday party and re
ception tonight In tho parish hall of
the church, lie has been usslstant pas
tor of St. Thomas' nnl since April,
but In this short space bus ben una
most popular with the congrejrntlin
Ileforo entering the inlnlstr, the Ilev.
Reese wua a clerk In the Interior 1M
pirtment. lie saved enough money
while In tho Government scrWee 'o go
A Victory for Women!
Housewives throughout Washington have again
elected our noted CREAMERY PRODUCTS to head
the list of table supplies.
The brands of butter we handle have withstood
every test have proved worthy of the confidence
placed in their quality and purity.
PURE ELGIN BUTTER
Mb. boxes "Four Leaf Clover" Butter, $1.90
XSAny quantity delivered promptly.
JAMES F. OYSTER K
Stands In Principal Markets.
J. & W. EISEMAN
313-315 Seventh Street
Attractive Trimmed Hats
$8 and $10
In tho most Btunnlng effects
shown this season colonial, cardinal-
tam-o'-shanters, turbans, etc.
Trimmed In elvct. lace, and wings.
Col. Mosby Quits Sick
Bed to Cast His Vote
tllslng from a sick bed In Garfield
Hospital, Col. John S. Mosby. with a
spirit as Indomitable as when he headed
Moliy's guerrillas In the civil wnr, went
to Virginia to cast his ballot yesterday.
Ills trip seemed to Improve his condi
tion, after bis ten days' slego In the
hospltnl. Colonel Mosby wuit against
the wishes of his nh)slclan, but the
old soldier could not be denied the satis
faction of exercising his suffrage.
Phone Maine 4S20
Special Sale of Waists
$5 and $6 fe QkQ
A magnlflccnt line of Waists,
about -txi In tho lot. In charmeuse.
chlffnn, messallne, etc ; In the moBt
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$3.00, $2.75. $2.50 and $2.00 M QQ
Imported Chiffon Broadcloths, plD
Tomorrow we will offer you Broadcloths that are made of the
verV best foreign mills, such as Belgium, Austria, Germany, and
France; 52 to 50 inches wide; in all colors, light, medium and dark
shades, including a very wide range of very rich pastel tints and
black. These are very handsome and rich, with the most beautiful
satin luster and absolutely permanent finish. If you arc anticipating
a dress, suit, coat or cape, take advantage of this wonderful bargain.
Remember, they are 52 to 50 inches wide and worth up to $3.00.
To go at the greatest broadcloth sale tomorrow, per yard, $1.69.
Our $1.25 50-inch Storm Serge, Z 98c
Profitless selling for this one item. The most wanted fabric
'lis season All-wool Serge, a sturdy quality, and 50 inches wide.
Note the cojor assortment: Cream, golf red, tan, wine, black, myrtle,
navy, marine, French blue, helio, wistaria, brown, etc. One day
only, so be on hand tomorrow
Serge is, per yard, only
Babies' $1.25 Sweaters
Dables' Sweaters, all-wool and
cotton and wool, litsh necks; red,
Rray, enu wntte ueKUlar
1.25 value. Special, ,.,
Four Special Bargains in
These Flannels have just enough cotton in them to preveat
shrinking. Our regular numbers reduced for a day.
37jc 27-inch Infants White Flannel 25c
39c 36-inch Infants White Flannel 29c
50c 27-inch Infants' White Flannel 39c
59c 33-inch Infants' White Flannel 45c
85c 24-in. Plain and Striped Messaline, SQr
An excellent quality of all pure silk; every wanted color from
which you may select; suitable for all kinds of gowns, for street or
evening wear; some are plain, others are striped; actual 85c CQ
quality; full 24 inches wide. Our price tomorrow is J"t
Women's and Misses'
Worth up to $35, at
Tomorrow we will place on sale a lot of 200 Coat Suits for
women and misses. These are taken from our own well-selected
stock, and without doubt the greatest values we have given in years.
The materials are serges, whipcords, diagonals, and fancy mixtures.
Colors are black, navy, brown, taupe, etc. Any number of pretty
styles and sizes to fit every figure. Suits in the lot are worth up
to $35.00. No charge for alterations. For tomor- 'flj-l n n p
row only at vpl.j
The small things nro sr'clalty priced
for one day's RcIllnR.
Bust l'orms, canvas and felt lined,
Glrdlo Forms, ready boned, 23c each.
Angora Skirt Braid, 6-yard pieces,
Fancy Trimmed Braid, 6-5 ard pieces,
Machine Needles, 3 needles for 5c.
$3.75 White or Gray
"Wool Nap" Blankets
1 1-4 Full-size White or Gray "Wool Nap" Blanket smooth,
even finish soft,' short nap; made out of good materials; guaran
teed perfect; dainty blue or pink
silk mohair. Worth $3.75
For real cold nights, ou cannot
beat a Fine WooI-fllll Comfort
tilled with high-grade wool. Tho
wool has been put through a spe
cial process and rendered abso
lutely free from animal matter
light weight, yet ery warm. An
Ideal covering view these prices.
' 13 00, $3 9S, 3.00, WOO, MCflfl
I J7.50, 12 50and OIO.UU
Full-sized Sllkollne Comfort, cov
ered with substantial grade of sllko
llne plain on ono side, II glued on
tho other scroll stitched; fljl fJA
usualprlce.il 25. Special.... W-l.UU
( XIMES ant
1 many a good servant and have
secured many a good place of em
ployment. A Times Want Ad in
The Times will solve
TIMES WANT ADS
Solve the Servant Problem
sure. Instead of $1.25, this
Babies' 29c Mitts, '
Dables' Mitts, made of fine-qual
ity an wool, neatly unisnea turn
over cuff, iteguiar 2c
Infant. White Flannels'
Machine Oil, will not Rum, 3a bottle.
Kodcl Hooks and Uyes, black or
tthlte, 3i card.
21-yard Boll Tape, white nnd black,
Snap Fasteners, Mack and white,
A1l-oer Hair Nets, Alth or without
claitlc, 5 nets for 10c.
Machine Straps, best, lie each.
Collar Bands, all sizes. 6 tor 25c.
borders; bound with
11-t "Our Champion" White Wool
Blankets a coeilng equal In finish
and appearance to any 110 00 blanket
In tho cits ; already shrunken; made
under own buyer's direction by the
famous Iloyal California Mill. Our
special guarantee goes with each
Blanket. Therefore, your confidence'
Is assured. Usual price, flr f(
J7.00. Special OO.UU
Made on a fine Oerman loom In
dainty bluo and pink colorings the
nnlmnls are cats, dogs, chickens
and bunnies sjze Is 30x40. For one
day only at tho special prlco OCkn
Ads have placed!