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TIIE WASHINGTON TIMES, TIIUHSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1912.
TURK MI KILLS
Sultan's Troops Reported To
Have Repulsed Foe
BERLIN, Nov. 7,-Three hundred Bui
Karlans wore kltlocl by the explosion of
"Ingle mine while storming the Cha
italja forta today, according to a Con
stantinople message. Several position!
"wora captured from the Turku, however,
it was stated In a dispatch from Sofia.
A massacre of Christians Is Imminent
Jn Asia Minor as well as In Constnntl.
jpole, according to advices from Smyrna.
Poth there and at Uelrut, It was as-"
ijerted, there hag been pillaging, though
po murders were reported. It waa
feared these will fololw.
8EMLIN, Hungary, Nov. 7. The Bul
garians today made a despcrato assault
on the ChataIJa forts, Constantinople's
last lino of defense. Bulgarian mes
sages asserted that they captured sev
eral positions, Turkish advices that the
attack was repulsed.
.As nearly as experts here could judge
Jhe Turkish account, In this Instance,
(was the correct one.
The Bulgarians had. Indeed, it ap
peared, taken some of the outer works
land the Turks had retreated when a
mine exploded hurling the Bulgarians
,ln every direction, mangling many of
Uhem horrlblv, and killing fully 300. In
stantly the Turks charged again, drove
Ithe Bulgarians back and rcoccuplcd
(their previous position.
SOFIA, Nov. '.To facilitate their
operations against Constantinople's de
fenses, the Bulgarians today occupied
several lllases In Chatalja'a Immediate
LARIS8A, Greece, Nuv. 7. That tho
tlrceks have occupied Salonika was of
llclally announced here this afternoon.
LONDON, Nov. 7. "The bravery of
lho Montenegrlan women Is innnolous,"
kald Major li II. Richardson. Just
'back from the scene nf the ar. "Many
of the wives, daughters, sinters, and
fwcethcarts of the soldiers have gone
to the front to curry provisions, look
"It Is estimated nt Cettlnjo that nl
least 5,000 women aie In the Held. Tho
Montenegrin army has no regular corps
,to look after their transportation and
commissariat and these women are do
ing the work, so that all the men may
bo free tn tight.
"Princess Xenln nnd Mllltza nre work
ing like slaves In the hospitals where
tho wounded are much more numerous
thon the official report admit."
From SoMa a report has been received
that a ealthy young woman, the wife
of a Bulgarian officer, has been shot
tor selling military Information to
Friends of Francis MrCullagh, the
American who went to Constantinople
s tho London Dally News' correspon
dent, were Bieatly rolloed at assur
ances from tho Turkish capltul of his
CONSTANTSA, Roumnnla. Nov. 7.
Refugees from Constantinople began ar
riving hero by bout today. They re
ported that every Christian who can
possibly do, so Is leaving the Turkish
capital foreigners are sending their
wives nnd' children cither to this place
or to Athens.
Hvcn with a strong naval force In tho
Bonphorus. It was stated, the powers
will bo able to do llttlo to prevent a
massacre. The warships may lay tho
city In ruins, but It Is doubtful If this
will prevent the threatened slaughter
Thero aro 40,000 wounded Turks In
the Sultan's capital nt present, the
Arrivals here said
Boy of 17 in Court
For Excessive Drinking
Francis Benton, seventeen year old,
charged by his mother and sister with
being uncdntrollablc, and almost hope
lessly addicted to drlhk, wag given ono
mora chance by JudgoPugh, of tho Dis
trict Police Court, today. '
Tho boy had bocn In court before for
drunkenness, and Judge Pugh tbld him
that tho next time ho would bo sent to
the workhouso without further hearing.
Child With Matches
Starts Small Fire
A child playing with matches was re
sponsible for a small blnro in the homo
of Mrs. Mary Wright, 3H1 Canal street
northwest, last evening.
T-!!LchlW ,7et "ro to R nlI f wash In
n. room on tho second lloor. Policeman
J etcrson, of the Seventh precinct, rush
f.7 '"J?.."!0 huo, Htid after currying
the child from tho room, assisted Mrs.
"right In smothering the bUie, Tho
damage wag small.
IN OFFICE OF THE
Resignations Also Reported
And One Civil Appoint
A large number nf resignations and
ptomotlons of employes in the ofUco
of the Adjutant General was nnnouno-d
today. One civil service appointment In
the ofllce of tho paymaster general was
announced. John O Sinclair Is appoint
ed clerk nt WO). Tho promotions and
Promotions The adjutant general's of
fice, Miss Josephine C. Kelton, ilerk",
from 11,000 to 11,800; Frank Drlscoll,
clerk, from 11,200 to 91.400: John J. Kllcy,
clerk, from 51,100 to $1,00; Charles ...
Fox, olerk, from $1,000 to $1,200; Itolcrt
M. Ball, clerk, from XI, too tu 11,400: Irv
ing A. Holt, clerkfrom $1,000 tto 91,300,
Offlco of tho thief of engineer Orrln
IT. Howe, clerk, from fM to 31.000. Of
fice of the quartermaster general Lot
Mo D. Miller, cleik, from 91,000 tto $1,200;
Stella It. Schenck, clerk, from $WJ tu
91,000; Lawrence II. Welsonbutgcr. clerk,
from 9I.C4X) to $1,200; Donald It, Pnxton,
cleik, from $000 to 91.000. Ofllce of tho
chief of staff John A. ntchatds, clerk,
fiom 91,000 to $l,2l; John Unless, clerk,
from 91.000 to $1,200; Chntles M. Mc
Cann, cleik, from 91,000 to 91,3)0.
lleslgnallotiB Tho adjutant general's
ofllce: Kdwln S. liege, clerk, at 91,100;
James A. Itamsey, clork, at 11.000; James
D. Hughes, clerk, at $1,200! John A.
Miller, clork. at 91.000. Office of tho
chief of engineers: Ilex A. Davis, clerk,
at $900: Bernard II. Younirnan, clerk,
lit 9I,!0. Office of tho chief of ord
nance: Malcolm M. Watson, draftsman.
at 91,000: James U. nurke, draftsman, at.
II.WiO; James II. wowi, draftsman, at.
91,000. Office of tho quartermaster gen
orntf Mrs. Pmmn J. Brewer, rlerk. at
11,200; James S. Manning, messenger, at
9720: Nathan N. Tnorncr, cierK. at xi.oin.
Office of tho chief nf staf: George K.
Freeh, clerk, at 91,200: Ilobort K. Pur
cell, clerk, at 11,200. Ofllco of tho chief
signal officer: Louis U. arum, electrical
engineer, at. 92.200.
Board of Trade Fund
Is Raised to $505
Contribution!! to the rnmpalun fnnd
that tho Board of Trndo Is raising to
rarry out the McMillan park plan ot
purk extension passed the halt-thousand
murk today, derplto tho diversion of
The total contributions now reported
amount to 9503. Those whoso checks
woro rcceleved today nre Arthur T,
Itnmscy. 11. W. Bpllle, a. O. Cornwcll,
William F. Downey, and John K. Fue
Bl. American Woman
Killed in France
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just such a tonic a Full Sized 50c Bo
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now on ealo In nearly every drug stot
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you thouiand npon thoniandn of men as
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MARSEILLES. Nov. 7,-Mlss Kitty S.
Singer, twenty-four, of New York, fell,
prohahly by accident, from a fourth
story hotel window hero last night and
hmiU vnti hMltata or delarr Why not reach
forth and aocept the helping hand we offer you r
Remember you need not send one penny Cut
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carefully andaFull Sited SOc Box lsyonrs but
do It today. Makt'Man Tonic TabUt. are
told at all druggists Soo a Box on full guarantee
or money refunded. If unable to obtain from
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March to Aid Turks.
VIENNA, Nov 7 Twenty-live thou
sand Kurds were reported today
marching through Asia toward Con
stantinople to aid In resisting the Bul
KarlanH. Though they will be a valu
nble addition to the Turks' shuttered
army their presence In the Sultan's
fiapltnl will add Kreatlj to the Chris
tian population's peril, blnto they nre
utmost total lurhulans and fanatical
followers of the prophet.
At Unitarian Church
Mrs. Alice Stubbing Wells, founder of
the Social Hyglcno Society of Ios
Angeles, nnd a policewoman of that city,
Mill lecture tonight 111 tho Cnltuilun
jChurch, Fourteenth nnd L streets
piorthwesl, on The Need of a Police
woman and Her Wnik." Tho lecture
Mill be i;l(in under the ausplcis ot
the committee for the social betterment
of the District
Mrs. Wells, who Is a well-known lec
turer, was appointed a policewoman In
Los Angeles several years ago as an
experiment. After one year of wink
the city government decided that she
was a most valuable member nf fne
force, and she ceased to be an experi
ment and became a fixture. She at
jtends poitlculaily to cases In which
children are Involved, and has met with
innst unusual success.
The Joy of Get
A Ten Minute T1Z Font Hath and
Your Feet Aro Like 'e.
rnd for I'ree 'I'rlnl Tneknce Toils .
Thcso arc not supposed to bo your
feet. You may bu a mere man I in t
your feet or any one's else feet In a
T1Z footbath are rnie-freo feel.
Awav go tho corns bunions, ealouses,
tho chilblains, tho p.ilns, aches, sore
ness, and all font tmiihle Follow the
millions nf happy TIZ feet nnd you will
then realize that T1Z works on a new
principle, draws out all the polaoni
that causo foot trnuhli a, and TIZ Is
tho onlv remedy that docs the work
Don't forget this fact, and don't under
any clrcumstnnees accept a substitute.
Jle good to our feet and demand TIZ.
All drug stores, derailment or general
stores have It nt LTi cents a bo, ami
for those who don t wilte what teal
foot comfort Is wilte to Walter Luther
Dodge fr Co . 122J S Wabash Ave., Chi
.cago. 111., for a free trial packago to
Friday's Remnant Sale Prices Reach the Limit of Low Selling
Wilton and Axminster Rugs M 1 AC
Regular $22.50 and $25 Values'? HhJ
There are 18 rugs In this remnant lot, representing vnrlous odd
ments left In the wake of recent selling. They consist of Wilton nnd
Axminster Hugs, In largo room sizes, and come In floral, medallion,
oriental and conventional patterns of various colorings.
Some nre perfect, others are subject to slight Imperfections' Smith
and Hartford makes. Sixes 9x12 ft. and 8 ft. 3 by 10 ft 6. Kale price,
18 largo room size (9x12 ft.) Brussels Hugs, every one perfect, nnd
14 of which are made In ono piece no seams. Hartford, Smith and
other well-known mnkes. Choice of floral, medallion and conventional
patterns In light and dark colorings, llcgular price, $18.00. d1AC
Friday at AU.OU
Mill samples of Seamless 9x13 ft. 1'ro-Brusscls Hugs and Wool Flhro
Kugs reversible, sanitary nnd durable floor coverings for llhrary. den
or bedroom. In llornl, medallion, conventional, and plain center JC Qff
designs; various colorings, lingular $10.00 value for tDO.VO
"IT PAYS TO DtAU
AT GOLDEN BERGS"
SEVENTH AND K
THE DEPENDABLE STORE'
Women's 69c Gloves, Friday at 45c Pair
Odd lot of Women's Imgllsh Wulklng Oloves, with heavy
sewed bucks, In desirable shades of tan, I'orXect fitting qual
ity. Itegular 9c valuo at 4Bc pair.
Remnants of Wanted Silks
At Deeply Reduced Prices
All the newest and most fashionable silks are Included In tomor
row's remnant sale at prices that will create wide-spread Interest among
thrifty silk buyers. If you have a silk need you will want to profit
by these unusunl values.
LOT ON1C Remnants of Hllks, consisting nf .IC-lnch Foulards, 19
Inch Satin Mcssallnes, lOrtnch Colored Satins, 19-Inch Striped MesBa
Unes, 19-inch Check Mcssallnes. 13-Inch Tub Silks, 24-lnch Colored I'on
gec, 24-Inch Figured rongec, etc. Useful lengths. Values worth 0
up to 7Gc yard for.
LOT TWO Itcmnnnts of Finest Quality Silks, Including .16-Inch Satin
Mcssallnes. 36-lnch Tcau do Cygne, 36-Inch Colored Satins, 36-Lnch Black
Matin Mcssallnes, iz-incu Loiorcn .Mumutscites, etc. All In useful
lengths. Values worth up to 11.25 a ynrd for.
Little Children's Wearables
Coats, Bonnets, Dresses, etc.,
at Clearance Prices
Children's Winter Coats of cloth and bearskin
materials; In various colors. Sizes up to 6
J cars. Iteduced tu
Children's Felt Bonnets, In wlflto and colors;
neatly trimmed. All sics. Warmly lined. nc
Itegular GOc values for L.OV.
Odd lot of Children's Worsted Dresses, In plaids,
and bldck-nntl-whlto checks. Large sizes up to It
years. Itemulnders of our regular fl-98 lino QQp
reduced to uOb
Children's Sweaters, in plain and fancy weaves,
choice of white and red. V and high neckB, with
collars and pockets. BUea 1, 2 and 3 years. Kfn
Friday at OVK,
35c and 40c Grades 19c
"Hydegrade" Mercerized Sateens aro noted for
their superior quality and rich luster, and are ideal
for coat linings, waists, slips, foundations, pillow
All colors nnd black in tomorrow's sale nt 19c
a yard the Identical qualities told regularly ut
35c and 40c a yard.
Mill lengths from 3 to B yards each. Llnlnff.
"Mill Lengths" of Dress Goods
All This Season's Most Desirable Fabrics,
Worth $1 and $1 .25 (50 and 54 inches wide)
For 59c a yd.
We obtained a big lot of high-grade Dress Goods from a prominent mill to sell at a fraction of
regular prices a transaction that brings you the season's choicest and most desirable materials at
The lot incluudes almost every fabric in demand for tailored suits, skirts, coats and dresses, of
which the following is a partial 1 ist
All Wool Storm Serge. All Wool Chiffon Panama.
Imperial French Serge. Satin-face Broadcloth.
Camel's Hair Boucle Suitings. Unfinished Worsteds.
In black and all wnntml colors. W and SI Ini lies wide Lengths from 2 to S yards Just what ou want for fall
dress needs The most riyii.ii kable dress goods bargain offered for a long time -choice of regular J1.00 and I1.2S
values at 53o a yard ,
Women's Tailored Suits
A Friday Sale of 43 New
Fall Garments Left From
Lines Sold at $20 and $25
Little money never commanded such suit values
as it will here in this sale of the remainders from
our regular lines which we have marked for quick
selling. There arc exactly 43 suits in the lot -and
just that number of women may share the immense
savings offered tomorrow.
One and two-of-a-kind models, consisting of
Serges, Cheviots, Diagonals, Novelty Weaves, and
Mannish Mixtures. Every suit new in style and of
the most desirable character. Coats lined with satin
Every size in the lot, but not all sizes of each
Values actually worth $20 and $25 for $9.75.
Friday Sale of Millinery
Clear-Away of Small Lots of Untrimmed Hats,
Trimmed Hats and Millinery Trimmings
Magnetic values abound In the millinery department Friday the result
of our policy of closing out all small lots and broken lines nt cost-regardless
pi Ices on this day. pvery woman who needs a stylish fall hat or mil
linery tilmmlngs should not miss this chance to supply her needs at Immense
Stylish Trimmed Hats
Worth $5 to (1 AQ
$8 each . . $ I ."O
Velvet Tarn O'Shanters
Regular $2.50 itl yQ
Values at . . . ? -O
Kino quality 811k Velvet Tarn
O'Shitnter lints, In black, brown, and
navy bluo, the newest and most
fashionable shapes, with pressed vel
vet brims and large soft crowns.
Styles suitable for women and
misses. Sale pi Ice, $1.48.
Silk Velvet Hats
Regular $3.50 tti CQ
Value ... $ I Oy
Klne quality Bilk Velvet Untrimmed
Hats, In lilaek, navy blue and brown.
Choice of medium and small shapes.
In round stvlcs, Continentals, und
llnre hats, also rolled brim effects.
i:tiaoidlnary values at 1169.
Trimmed Tailored Mats
Worth $3 to COr
$4 at ... "01
Tailored Hats, in black, black-and-white,
also hrnwn-and-lilack, trim
med in lontiastiiig colois, made nf
ehets or pluhhes, trimmed In silks.
Doth small ami lingo hats In the lot.
JJ.OH to 5-1.00 values ut 98c each,
Handsome Trimmed Dicss and
Tailored Huts, in all the most dcslr
ablo shapes and colors remainders
of our most popular lines reduced for
clearance. Mailo of silk velvets,
plushes, and tine' silks, in Bolld
colors, and combinations; trimmed
with funcy featheis, wings, boue,
etc. No two exactly alike.
TWO LOTS OF
Fancy Feathers and
LOT ONK consists of Taney
Wings, 8tlck-ups, and Fancy
Feathers, In all colors, also
black and white. Itegular QQ
75u to H values at OlL
LOT TWO consists of Fnncy
Ostrich Feathers, In a varied
lino of beautiful eolors and com
binations, also black and Q()
white. Worth 2 to $3.. VOL
1 Mill Ends of Costume Corduroy
49c H 69c
Regular 75c Quality Regular $1.00 Quality
An example of the alert merchandising of this store in
Dnnging you tnc season s most wanica materials at great sav-
ings. A purchase of a big lot of "mill lengths" of Fine Qual-
!1 ity Costume Corduroy on sale tomorrow your chance to buy
i a waist or dress pattern at less than usual wholesale cost.
Superior firm-woven, close-pile quality, in the desirable
ti wiac-waie weit. iwo lots onerea at mese low prices
t 7,1e Costume t'ordtirto, lit hrotwi, nai) blue, ilium, garnet,
and black. IrnittliN from 2 to 7 Minis, nt -llle nril.
PI.IMI Costume Cordon). In broun, niu; blue, plum, gnrnet,
and hlaek, lengths fnini to 5 janls, at title ard.
H Boys' and Children's Shoes CI cat
I Regular $2 and $2.25 Values at ... J? I ."J I
A clearing sale of the remainders of regular lines of Boys' g
and Children's Footwear.' The lot includes Patent Colt and t
Gun Metal Shoes, in button and bluchcr styles; sizes 10 to
H 13!2 and 1 to 512. t
II Choice offered Friday at SI. 69 a pair.
n:nuntmtnmtmnnjnmnjm::: mm::s:nnnun:uum8tajuttmttt: .
69c Seamless Sheets
For 39c Each
Odd lot of about 50 dozen RlxOO
Seamless Wenched Khcets made of
heavy linen finish sheeting cotton.
"Itun-nf-the-mlU" nnd subject to.
Regular Oc value, at 30c each.
32-in. Fancy Ticking,
Value . . .
"Mill ends" of 32-Inch Fnncy
Ticking, in a largo nssoitment of
colored stripes. Wariantcd feather
The henvv grade alnnys sold at Zio
yd. Friday at 18e vd.
Remnants of Domestics
Regular Prices, 23.
124c and 15c. V4L
Friday's sale of staple domestics
cmbiaces all tho materials In de
mand for warm winter garments,
at savings you will appreciate.
The lot Includes remnants of Out
ing Flannels. Cuiiton, ami Domet
Flannels, Flcecedown Flannels, 27-ln,
and S.'-ln. Dress Ginghams, se-ln, l'ei
cales, Cotton Crepe, and other want
ed fabrics Fseful lengths for mak
ing house gowns, petticoats, night
Itegular lHic and 15c values nt dc
Bigger Savings Than Ever on
Hllihon buyers will find n feast of
hargulns heio Friday. In all the
most minted kinds of ribbons for
hair bous millinery trimmings, and
fancy work. Prices ale half and less
foi all the most deshablo widths nnd'
V1Y.C nnd l.'ie lllbbons, 0)40,
Hit- millions, nt Nlie.
2.1c anil ( miliums, VZY.V.
Remnants of Table Damask
BOO yards of Mercerized Table Damask, 64 and
72 Inches wide. Lengths from 1 to 3 yards. QQrt
Worth EOc and 65c yard Itcmnant price, yd.. Ou.
Itcmnant lot of All-linen Illeached Irish Table
Damask. 2 yards wide, variety of attractive pat
terns. Lengths of 2 and 2. yards. Worth rTQ
11 and fl.2S yard. Itcmnant price, yard iC
Reduced to 59c
Odd lot of women's good heavy weight Sweat
ers, In white and red, finished with pearl buttons
Nearly all sizes. Iteduced to f9c each (3rd floor.)
Apparel for Women
Nainsook Corset Covors, with yokes of deep em
broidery, othora with Val. lace Insertion. -rj
.Slightly mussed. Itegular 25c value at XI C
Women's Knit Worsted Shoulder Shawls. In va
rious colored plaids. Finished with borders QQ.,
and fringe. Itegular J1.60 value at 7oC
Women's l'orcale Dressing Sacques, In gray, navy
and black. Finished with belts and collars. OfJn
Nearly all sizes. Itegular 50c value at OlC
Small lot of Women's Flannelette Night Gowns,
In stripes of blue and pink. Small sizes OWn
only. Iteduced tn OiC
Women's Combination Garments, of flno qual
ity nainsook, ncatl trimmed with Val laces and
ribbons. Hroken sizes. Itegular J1.25 value HQn
Sale of Meri'S Shirts
Choice of Values Meant to Retail f(n
at 75c and $1 .00, Offered at . . DUC
We closed 500 dozen Men's Neglige
Shirts from a prominent shirtmaker all
fresh-laundered, perfect-fitting, and. w.ell:
made garments that were made up to sell
for 75c and $1.00 each. Because the maker
wanted to clean up his factor)', we got them
at a figure low enough to permit this ex
traordinary value-giving. ,
They are the well-known "Modart" Shirts,
a trade mark brand that enjoys a reputation
for careful making and correct style.-Fashioned
of fine quality percale, in the desirable
neat stripes, showing various serviceable colors in light, medium,
and dark effects.
Made in coat style, with laundered attached cuffs. Trimmed
with ocean pearl buttons, finished with cushion neckband and faced
sleeves. Sale price, 50 cents.
Friday Snaps for the Boys
Hons' Hlaclc Tricot Shirts, with
collar attached. Sizes 12'4 and 13
neck measurement only 50c lO
kind nt 1.41'
Hroken lot of boys' Long Tout
1st Oerconts, with convcrtlhlo
nnd auto collars Sold up CM QO
to J5.00. Reduced to. ... iDl.JO
Hoys' double breasted School
Suits, with Knickerbocker pants.
Sizes 12 to 1 years.
Heavy wlr.tcr weight. flj-l Q
Friday nt tBX.'lV
, Hoys' r-omblnntlon Suits, (two
pairs of pants) In voko Norfolk
and double breasted styles, lleavv
winter weight Strictly nil wool
Casslmeres In ' fnncy patterns.
Hroken sizes between S and l"i
years. Sold at K. U-M C?Q CO
nnd 7. Ileduced to iBO.OJ
Odils nnd ends of hoys' and chll-
di en's llendwinr, consisting of all
sorts of desirable shapes and ma
terials. Values worth up QQ
to $2.00. Friday at cOC
Hoys' navy bluo pure Worsted
Sorgo Suits, double breasted style,
with Knickerbocker pants. Sizes
7, b, 11. I?, nnd 13 years
only. Sold at $5, $6, and PQ OQ
Hoys' extra henvv weight Cor
duroy J'unts, Jn .golden brown.
Sizes 6 to 11 years. Sold at AQn
75c and $1.00 pair , tl
Juvenile styles In ltusslnn Belted
nnd Sailor Hlouse Suits, with
bloomer pants. One and two of a
kind Sizes 2', 3, i. 7. 8, (Ijn in
nnd 9 jears Sold at $5.00 D.1I7
Remnants of Toichon Laces, In
edges and Insel tlons, good desir
able lengths for trimmings. Worjh
0i n yd. Remnant -J iu .
price J. C
Remnants of 1R-Inh Flounilpgs
and Corset Cover Kmbrolderles,
sold regnlarl nt 25c yd. - r
Remnant price, (1 J.OC
Remnant lot nf Toichon Laces,
In ejlgns and liibcrllons.. widths up
to 3 Inches. Regular 5c and f)ll9n
8c values, at yutd & !
30c and 35c Mattings
For 19c a Yard
Odd rolls containing 40 jards
and icmuants In lengths from r to
30 yaids. The lot consists of finest
glade ISO-wnrp .Tnpiinesu and 90
Ih China Mattings close woven
palmed llnlsli straw, in carpet de
signs, snipes, and cheeks.
Frlilav at 10c a nrd
Remnants of Upholstery Goods
80-Inch Curtnln Nets. In sample
lengths from 1 to 3,4 yds ; choice
of white, Arabian and ecru shades.
Suitable for scurfs, transoms, es
tlhules. end curtains Sold regu
larly nt SOc, 75c, nnd $1.00 IQp
yd Remnant price, yd LV,
Remnant of yard wide Draperies,
Including Sllkollnes and Curtain
Swiss, the rormer In light and
dark colorings, tho latter In dots,
stripes, llgurcs, cord and lace of
fsets. Lengths up to 10 yds. Reg
ular 12',3c nnd lfic qualities, Clfon
nt yd 3,-,
Heavy weight oriental stripe nnd
silk mercerize,) tapestrv Portloros,
60-ln, wide und 3 vds. long. In va
rious eolors. Many match Into
pairs. Sold hy the pair nt $1. $5,
and $8. Remnant price, per QQn
Remnant lot of oriental stripe,
and Meivcrlzed "Sapcstry, SO-ln,
wide, lengths tiom three quartora
of a yard to 2 yds. Suitable for
portieres, draperies, table, nnd
touch covers, furniture coverings,
etc SOc and 75c nlues. 1 Q
Remnant price, 51 XtC
05 pairs of flno qunllty Cable Net
and Scotch Luce Curtains, one, two
and threo pairs of a kind, in
white and Arabian shades: 3 and
3'ii yds. long. Also Novelty Not
Curtains, 2'j and 3 yds. long
$2 50 and $3.00 qualities, (jl ir
at pair . ... wl.tO
llxtra large slzo dnublo bed
Comforts, filled with pure white
sheet cotton, and covered with flno
grado flguicd sllkollnes, (p-l Qr
Regular $2 00 valuo nt , . tDJj5D
Neck lengths nf Ruchlng, In fluf
fy nnd fold effects All colors.
Sold off the piece nt 25c vd I ,
Remnant price, per length X w
Silk Windsor Ties, In reversible
' plnld effects, also 43-ln. Kour-ln-Hands.
In all shades. Reg- -I (?p
ular 25c values at I ill.
Mfll.'nr'o ttn.ijn lln. .f ,.......
Neikwear, consisting of Robes
Plerro Collars, llutch Collars. Ja
bots, Stoeks. and Jabots, Fancv
Silk and Velvet Hows. All this
season's prettiest novelties In the
lot Regular 25c and 39c 1Q
values at X7l