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STOP SHIPtflENT OF
THE TIMES' DAILY SERIAL STORY.
Open 8 A.M.
Close 6 P. M.
BY ELIZABETH KENA WUQp
Author of "The House Opposite."
(Copyright, till, Prank A Muney Company )
THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TIITOSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1912.
FOB S. F.
.Missing Clerk Said To Have
. Left District With a
Two homes have been mnile desolate,
nrt eleven children one of them tho
jlvo-month-olil daughter of the uotnnn
In the caee hao been deserted, accord
ing to a story told tho police, In tho
disappearance of Mrs. Thomas Chancy,
of 20 Anncostla road, Ilcnnlnp, and
Btewart K niehards. a clerk In tho
War Department. They left tho city to
Cether, It Is said, last I'rldny morning.
with snhs hrcaklng III olcc, Thomas
Chancy, a bollerman In the Ilcnnlni;
?ower house, declared todiy tho In
atuatlon between his wlfo and Well
ards had existed fur more than four
months, and that he had been power
less to break It tils wife cayly kissed
him Rood-by and left lilm laBt l'riday.
Ho has not seen her since.
Warrant for Richards.
A warrant charclnir non-support bra
been Issued by Justice of tho Peaco
Ilobert 13. Joco for the nrrest of
Itlchaids. He has deserted a wlfo and
seven children. After receiving his half
month's pay from the Government and
laying ma wire w last rnursia ho
eft the city. It Is said he. In comnany
with a woman of tho description of
Mrs. Chancy, vas seen In Baltimore last
Mrs. Chnnet met Itlchnids nt Chesa
peake neach Inst summer when he was
running an automobile between the dif
ferent points on tho beach there. It Is
said thev fell In loe with each other
at the time, that Mrs. Chnncv openlj
flouted her husband In nit haul's pres
ence, that she frankly told the fornu r
she Intended to desert him. Hlmo re
turning to her homo In Hcnnlng her
husband soys she has neglected lur
homo and four children, who aro Ver.
non, Helen. Hlchaid. and Ruth, the
latter flo months old.
Richards Is Her Senior.
Mrs. Chnncv Is twenty-six scars of
ngc and Is prett. She wns married In
September. lOOi Richards Is at lutst
fifteen eais her senloi and has boon
a clerk In tho War Depnitmint for some
"My wife has been In love with Rich
ards for some time, said Chancy this
morning. "I hno known of this fact,
for she made no sicret of It All h r
relatives, except her mother, tried to
break tho Infatuation, but found It Im
possible. When 1 worked oil the d ty
uhlft, Itlchaids come to stc m wife
"nt night with nn automobile When I
was on the nlRht shift, he boldly camo
Mo my homo In the day time
"Ono of my children Buys he opened
n bank book In the liomo ono afternoon
nnd told m wlfo ho had several hun
dred dollorn In the hank Ho has been
wild to have her run away with him for
. month. I think sho hesitated for a
time on account or tno ennuren.
Said She Loved Richards.
"I saw my wlfo tho last time at her
mother's last Thursday. Sho was up
atalis, nnd sho cried down to mo that
she would neer return to my home I
asked her why. She said she loed Rich
ards I tried to go upstairs to sop her,
but her mother forbade me to do so.
She seeitud to bo in favor of my wlfo
"I don't ask my wlfo to como bacH,
1 am through with her. I want a di
vorce and the custodv of m children "
Chaney saw Mrs. RIch.mN two days
ago Mrs Richards has wven children
to care for. whllo he has live, the old
est being by his (list wife Reports
have como to both of them that tin
runaway couple has been seen in Bal
timore. A man who knows Rlihards called nt
police headquarters ytstenlav afternoon
nnd told Inapcctoi ltoaiilni.in. chief of
detectives, that he saw the missing man
In companv with a woman on Charles
street, Baltimore, last Moniliiv Ef
forts to locate them liuvo so for bten
DIXON AND COLONEL
HOLD A CONFERENCE
Roosevelt Likely to Resume His
OY8TI3R DAY. N. V., Nov. 7.-Unlted
States Senator Joseph M. Dixon, na
tional chairman of tho I'togiesslve
party, camo to Sasamoio Hill today to
confer with Hooscvtlt before he starts
back to Montana, where he has been
defeated for ti-elccllon to the Senate.
It wns stated that Colonil Roosevelt
bad sent for Dixon to talk ocr with
him a statement to bo Issued late today
or tomoirow discussing the risult of the
election and the future of tho Progres
Dr. I.) man Abbott also called to dis
cuss business matters, as tho Colonel
was expeited to get back on his regu
lar Job us associate editor of the Out
look, prolnbly tomorrow.
WEN YOUR HAIR BKUSHKS OUT
Vva li!s Is aa -ibI (! ns) ifrtm" itrln
14 UUI IIBit vtltl i w jut sin lit
ven more to. It ilandi up under heavy
I all, curling irons, and aneaici of lbs
:alp, etc. But there is a limit.
When you comb and brush your hair in
he morninfi, watch for the "TRAILERS"
hit turn grey, fall out, and comb out with
he first morning brush.
'You MUST know thnt there's something
krone,. If your hair was in good health,
I wouldn't fall out, nature never intended ,
fist. There is something wrong at the root '
If things-lbc hair needs a tomc-a restorer.
When you are sick vou take medicine.
hat is your first thought. lis turning grey,
illing out, are both ways the hair has of
complaining of illness." It can't do It
t ny other way. Do YOUR pari. Use
HAY'S HAIR HEALTH
ft on anit sac at llrud Ktnrti or direct uoon
celot of price sod dealer's Dime, Send 10c (or
111 bottle.-Phllo I lay bpec. Co , Newark, N.J.
rim !u.i: ami iii:("ommi:.mi;i
iiv pkoplii's nitirn stohi:si two
STOUKs. Till AMI K S'lllUU'Ibl
ri'U A.MJ U bl'UUU'IS N. w.
The Tribulations of a Liar.
W 1111.13 Crlchton w dressing,
he glanced from time to ttmo
at his volcU Pttcr had ovl
" dently been deeply shocked
by tho Incident at tho railway stutlon,
for tho blunt profllo so persistently pre
sented to him was austerely rcmotu us
well as subtly disapproving.
Cyril wus fond of the old man, who
had bem his fatlur'a servant und had
known him almost fruin his Infancy.
Ho felt that ho owed 111 i n soma explan
ation, paitlculaily as ho had made use
of b,ls name without consulting him.
But what should ho say to him?
Never before had ho so fully realized
tho Joy, the comfort, tho dignity of
truth. It was nut u virtue, ho decided;
It was a privilege. If ho ever got out of
tho hole do was In, bo miant to wultow
In It for tho futuie That happy tlinu
seemed, however, still far distant.
Uellevliw; tho girl to be Innocent, ho
wanted us few people, as possible to
know the nuturo of tho eloud which
hung over her. lie knuw hu eoul 1 count
on l'eter's loialt) thut had been ufteu
nnd fully pioved but bis discretion wus
1'etcr wns no actor. If be had un
thlng to conceal, oven his slleueo be
came so porteutlous of mjxtiry that It
could not fall to arouse tho curiosity of
tho must unsuspicious No, hu must
think of some simple slur) which would
sutlsfy Peter us to tho piopriety of his
conduct, und Jet which, If It leaked
out, would not bo to tho girls dlseiedlu
"iou mutt havu been surprised to
henr mo kIvo my name to thu younj;
lady oti saw nt thu stutlon," ho be
"Ves, dli " Potcr's cxpiesslon re
laxed. "Her story Is n very sad one." Ho
much, at nn) lute, must bo true,
thought poor Cyril, with some satis
faction, es. sit." 1'ctcr una wultlnt;
breathlessly for the sciiuil
"I don't feel nt liberty to repeat
whit she told me. iou understand
thnt. don t j on"
'Ccrtulnly. sir," agreed Peter, but
his fuee fell.
M all I cun tell 5 on la that she
wus escaping from a brute who hor
ribly Ill-treated her Of cuuise, 1
offeicd to help her"
' Of course," echoed Peter
"Unfortunately she was taken 111
before sho had told me her namo oi
who the friends were with whom sho
wus seeking refuge. What was I to
do' Ir the polleo heard that a younK
gill bad been found uneonsclous on
the trnln, the fact would have been
advertised far and wide so a1 to en
ublc them to estibllsh her Identity,
In which cns3 tho person fiom whom
she was biding would bnve tnken
possession of her, which ho has A
legal right to do so she ifuvc mo to
Crlchton. paused, quite out of
br-ath He was doing beautifully.
Peter was swallowing his tnlo un
riuestlnnlngl) nnd reully, for an In
experienced liar, thut was u reason
ably probiblc storv "
"So you see," he continued, "It wns
necessary for her to have n nnme,
and mlno was tho only on which
would not provoke further Inquiry "
"Begging your pirdon, sir. but I
should 'avc thought that Smith or
Jones would 'have done Just ns well "
"Certainly not The authorities
would have wanted further paitlcu
lars and would nt once linvn tictertil
the fruuil. No one will cvir know that
I lent nn unfortunntc woman for a few
limiru tl.A .n.A... InH . t ..... . ..... ......
..uu.o miu iiuirwiiuii vi Ill; ililllll , unit
there Is no one who bus the right to
object to my having done so except thu
young tuny nerseir.
"Yes. Blr: oulto so "
"On tho other hand, on nccount of thu
fiosltlon I am In at present, It Is must
mportunt that I should do noil ing
wnicn could by uny possibility Do mis
construed " ,
"Yes. sir: cortnlnlv. sir
"And so I told tbo doctor that the
vouug lady had .otter not bo calld b
my name while she Is it the home, und
so and so well In fact I gave ln-r
youis I nope, jou ilon t mind"
"My name?' gusped Peter III u hoirl
lie d V oil e
"Yes, you see, you haven't got a
wue nave you.
' Cert ilnlv not. sir'"
'So thire couldn't be nny possible
complications 111 vour cise. '
"One never can tell, sir a nnm)'i n
nnme, and females are sometimes not
over particular "
"Don't be an uss' Why you ought to
feel proud to be able to be of use to a
charming lady. Where's your cblvnliy,
"I don't know, sir, but I do 'ope ahe's
respectable,' he answered inlsciably
"Of course, sho Is. Dont you know a
lady when you see one."
And Bleed. Started from Blood
Blister. Some Nights did not
Sleep Through Whole Night, Cu-
ticura Soap and Ointment Cured.
816 W. Once St., Richmond, Va. "I had
a running sore on my he for from three to
five years. This sore started from a blood
blister. It burst and blood came from It, then
It got red around, and was as large as a dollar.
It turned white In the middle of the sore,
and then began to Itch and bleed. After
washing it would bleed for hours at a time.
Some nights I did not sleep through the
whole night. I spent eighty dollars on tho
sore and It didn't get well. I used a tonic
called and It did me no good I got
worse and fell oft to eighty-nine pounds.
This went on for Xour years I tried somo
of the best treatments and was told It
could not get well.
"One of my friends said I ought to try
Cutlcura Soap and Cutlcura Ointment so
I did. With the first treatment I began
to feel better; after I had used the Cutlcura
Soap and Ointment one week I could sleep
all right. After I bad used them ono month
the toro was gone and the Itching stopped,
and I have never had any trouble sliico.
That was five years ago
"I had p. fever and all ray hair carao out.
I shampooed with a lather of Cutlcura Boap
and then rubbed tho Cutlcura Ointment
over tho tcalp and my hair camo bark
and now It Is long and glossy " (blgned)
Mrs John Thomas, Mar 12,1012
Cutlcura houp (2fte ) and Cutlcura Oint
ment (60c ) are sold everywhere A single set
Is often sufficient Liberal umplc of each
mailed free with M2.p Hkln Book Addross
post-card "Cutlcura Dept T. Boston "
-Tender-faccel men should use Cutlcura
Boap Shaving Stick, 25c. Sample, free.
Elected by the People !
Mlller'a heir-raising Iluck
wlicut la the p ijiuUr chntio
hetaiuiQ It nivet (alia In
"inako good Mna)n ylelda
dellcloutf. wholcaomu griddle
eiikea Q U A II A N T JI U U
tTM sour grocer a. No commuters supplied
B. B. EAUNSHAW & BUO.,
Uholcaalcrs. 11th aiid 31 Sts. b. Ii.
Teter shook his hend trnglcully.
"I'm sorry yen feel llko that about
It," said Crlchton. "It never occuirel
to me you would mind, ami I haven't
yet told you all. 1 not only gnvo thu
young lady your miino, but look It my
self." "Took my name?"
"Yes; nt the nursing homo I am
known ns Mr. Peter Thompklns. 1'rny
thnt I don't dlsgrnco you, Peter."
'Oh, sir. a false nnire! If ou get
found out they'll never hellovo you lire
lilnnocent when you've dono n thlnr
like that. Of eourrc, u gentleman llko
you bought to known his own bushiest
In st, but It do seem to me most awful
"Well, It's a risk that bad to be-taken.
It was a eholio of evils, I grnnt you.
Ilnb' I snllT breakfast; tho bacon nnd
iggs of my country nwolt me. 1 nm
famishing, and I say, Peter, do try and
tnki! n more eheciful view of tills busi
"I'll try. sir."
Crlchton was still nt breakfast when
a short, red-halted young man fairly
burst Into tho room. ,-.,..
'nny Campbell'" exclaimed Cyril, Joy
fully. "Hello, old chnp; glad to seo you,"
irltd tin newcomer, rounding Cyril af
fectionately on tno uacK. -now goes
It? 1 say, your telephono message gnvo
me quite n turn. What's iiiiT Hnvoyoti
Mit Into a scrape? You look ns calm ns
possible " ..... .
"If I look calm, my looks bel' me. I
assure you 1 never felt less en m In my
life," Cyril answered.
"What on earth Is tho matler?"
"You won't have some breakfast?"
"Breakfast at half-past eleven! No.
"Well, then, tnke n cigarette, pull up
that chair to tho lire and listen and
don't play fool this Ih serious."
Tiro awny." ....
"I want your legnl advice, Ouv, though
I suppose you'll tell me I need n so
licitor, not n Innlster. I wish to get
a divorce." ho said.
"A dlioren? Why. Cvrll. I am awfully
sorry I had heard that your murrlagn
liniin I lurncn inn any mo m u"i i
had no Idea It wns as bad ns that You
have proof. I suppose?"
"Till me the particulars. I never have
heard anything against jour wife's
"You mean that you have never heard
thnt she wus unfaithful to me' Bah! It
makes me slcK tnc way peopin iuik, as
If Inlldellty were tho onlv vice that
damned a woman's ehararter Ouy,
her character was rotten through und
through-her Infidelity wns slmplv n
minor, though culminating, expression
"But how did you come to marry such
a person "
'You T.nnw sho wns the Chalmers
"I had been spending n few weeks
witli them Jaek, the oldist son, was
a friend of mine, mil she was tho
daughter of a broth) r ofllee' of old
Chalmers who bad dli d In India, and,
consiquntly. her position In thn house
hold wns different fiom that of an or
dinary gov OHIO'S 1 soon got qulto
filendly with Amy and her two ehaiges,
und wo used to go about togithir a
good dial I llk'-d her. but upon my
honor 1 hadn't thought of maklriC lovo
to her Then one day tin re was an
awful row They accused her of curry
ing on u cluudi sttno love affair with
1'itddy, tin si eolid son, nnd with drink
ing on the hi). '1 hi y bad found empty
bottliH blddiii'ln lur bid room. Slin
posid ns Injured Innocence the victim
of a vile plot to get In r out of the
house hud no money no friends, no
hope of another situation 1 was young,
she was pretty. 1 was dreadfully sony
for hi r. and so well, I niarrli d her
Ah the riglineiit hud Just been ordeud
to South Africa, wi went there Imme
diately. Wn had not been married a
year, however, when I dlseovend that
she wus u confirm, d drunkard I think
only tho fcur of losing her position hud
kipt her within certain bounds That
nieisslty removed, she Beimed utterly
unable to put uny restraint on lurself.
I doubt If she even tried to do so."
' Poor Cyril "
"Later on I found out that sho was
taking drugs, as well as liquor She
would drink herself Into a fiinzv and
thin stupefv hi rsi If with oplati s But
It Is nut onlv weakness I am accusing
her of She was lnherintly deceitful,
and erutl oh what Is the use of talk
ing about It' I have bem through hill "
"luu haven't been living together
lately have you'"
"Well, you sic. sho was dlsgruilng
not only herself, but the regluiint. und
so It became a question of either le iv
ltii the nrmv or getting her to live
somewhere else. So I brought hi r back
to I'uiopc took a small villa mar Pau,
and engaged an effluent nuise-com-pinion
to look after hi r I spent my
It avc with her but that was all Iist
spring, however, sho got so bud that
her companion cabled for me. For a
few weeks sho was desperately HI, and
Semi -Annual Watch Sale
This is the best Watch Sale we ever held. The values are unusual. You'll find Waltham
and Elgin Watches priced as low as $10.75, and every watch bears our personal guarantee,
as well as the maker's.
You should profit by the reduced prices to secure several of these splendid watches.
As Christmas Gifts they would merit deep appreciation. If you come in today you may be
able to buy one of the Illinois Watches. We have a few left but they will soon be sold.
20-year Qoltl-rilled Hunting Case Klein or
Wnltham, 1500 value, SvlOT?
Wn I thn in
Kxtra Heavy Oold Hunting- Caso
Wnltham or.UlsIn, (30 value, now...
H-kt. Solid Gold Hunting Case
AValtham or lllgin, $35 valuo, now..
H-kt Solid Gold Hunting Caso
Wnltham or KlRln, o value, now..
We Will He-serve-
Any Wat) h
for Alans Deliv
ery Upon Pay
ment of a Small
when she partially recovered nnd gained
strength, the doctor persuaded mo to
send her ton sanatorium for ttcatment.
"Cbarlcrol was recommended to me.
It was chiefly celebrated as u lunatic
asylum, tint It lias un unnex where dip
somaniacs and drug fiends am cared
for. At first the doctor's reports weio
very dlstoutaglng. but lutelv her Im
provement Is said to have been qulto
nstonlslilug: so much so thnt It was do
ilded that 1 should take her away for
a little trip. I was on mv wuy to chni.
leiol when tbo nowH rcnehid me that
Amv had escaped.
"We soon discovered that sho hnd fled
with u M. do llrlssac. who hnd been
discharged as cured tho day before my
wife's disappearance. Wo truced them
to within u few miles of Paris, hut tin re
lost track of them. I have, however,
engaged a dctectlvo to furnish mo with
further particulars, I fnncv tho Krcnih.
man Is keeping out of tho wuv for fcur
I shall kill lU ml Until why, I pity
him, that Is all; he'll soon find out what
that woman Is like, ho bns given mo
freedom! Oh! you can't rinllze what
th it means to mo. I only wish my
father vvero ullvo to know that I havo
this chance of beginning lifo over
'I was so sorry to hear of his death.
Ho was always so kind to us boys when
wo stayed nt I-Jngwood. I wrote you
when I henrd thu sad news, but you
nuvcr answired nnv of my letters."
"I know, old chap, but vou must for
give mo. 1 havo been too miserable too
nshnmed! J only wanted to creep uwny
and to bo forgotten." ...
"Vour father died In Paris, dldn t
'Ves, luckllv I vvas with him It was
JtiBt uftir I hud takin Amv to Chnr
lerol, He was a broken-hearted man;
ho never got over the mess i had mado
of my llfu, und Wllmcrsloy's ninrrlago
una the last straw. He brooded over It
"Whv hnd you father been so suro
that Lord Wllinersley would never
mnrry7 Ho was an old bachelor, but
not so very old after all Hu cant bo
more tbnn V) now."
"Well, you sie, Wllmersley bns n bee
In his bonnet. His mother was a Hpan
IhIi ii.illei ilnneer whom mv nticlo mar
ried when he wns a mere boy. Sho
not a drc udf ill old creature I renum
ber her distinctly, n great fat womnti,
with a big whlto face and enormous
glnssv hhuk eyes I vvas afraid of her.
She dliil when Wllmersley wns about
twenty, and mv uncle a few months
Inter. Ills funeral was hardly over
whin mv uiusln lift (ieralton and noth
ing di Unite was binrd of him for nl
innst twinty-llve yeais.
"tin iwm HiituinHcil to be traveling In
the i:ast, and from tlnu to time somo
pielty qiiei r tumors drifted back about
him Whether they were true or not
I havo never know one day bo re
tiirii"d to (Jirnlton ns unexpeetcdlv as
ho 101,1 lift It lie suit far me at once
He hns Immense fnmllv pride I fnncy
the billet daneir ra'ikli s und having
,irli1e,t for some ri nsiui or othi r not
to marrv, hi wlshul bis lull to cut u
dash He offend me an allowance of
JLt.Om a yiar, told me to miiirv ns soon
ns ionslbto. and sent me borne '
"Well, that wiib pr. tty di i cut of him
You don't xeem very grateful '
"I can't binr him lies n must re
pulslve looking i Imp a thorough Spin
lard, with nn traie of his fathers blood
that I can see As I mirrled fonn nf
tirward. und mv mirrliri- wns not to
bis liking, he stopp. d my allowance
and swou I should never siien i d htm
If he could help It So yon we I liiivin t
much reason to be grateful to Idm '
"Beastly nhnmn' He murrli-d Miss
Mnnnerlng, laidy I'pton's granddaugh
ter, dldn t lie''
"She Is n little quei r I believe"
"lteullv ' I didn't know that I have
never seen Per, but I lnr she Is very
pretty Well, I in sorrv for her
it ought up by that old iiirmi dgenn or
1 grandmother and m irrled out of the
school room to lluu nIev She has
never had much of n chain e, has sho?'
"There nie no iblldren ns vef
"So tint now that voui father Is deal
you are ttie Imnudlntc heir"
Tin door was flung open ind Peter
UFlied Into tho room blandishing a pa
pir "Oh sir It's come at liM I nlwnys
fill It would"' he stuttered, with ex
eltemert "What on earth Is the matter with
ye ii anviii w "
"I beg paidon sir but I'm thit hov
eiroine' I 'enrrt thev njlng hoxtrnM.
.o I went oui mill gets ori Just casual
I'ke I.lttle did I think what would be
In It and tin re It was
"There was whit'' both men spoke
at once, I iinlnp eageilv foiward
That Lord Wllmirslev Is dead and
so, mv lord, I wish you much Joy and a
lout life "
"This Is erv sudden " gnsped Crlch
ton "I hadn t heard ho wis 111 W hat
did ho din of
" i: was murdered my lord '
A Continuation of This Morr Will
lie Found In Toniorruiv's
Issue of The Times.
Reduced 25 to 33
During Our Greatest
ll-kt. Solid Gold
i:iKlu yito.uu vnlnej
ll-kt. Bolld Gold Hunting Caso
Waltham or UlRln, 25 valuo, now..
Hxtra Heavy Solid Gold Waltham
or KlKln, $30 value, now
ll-kt Solid Gold Hunting Case
Waltham or Ulgln, $35 value, now..
R. HARRIS & CO
Seventh and D Streets
Absolute quarantine against nil Christ
mas trees, holly, laurel ,and other dec
orative Christmas greens grown In New
lngland hus been declared by the Secre
tory of Agrlculturo to become effectlvo
November 23. or Just ono month before
Christinas, No change In the quaran
tined territory or tho quarantine rcgula-
tltins was made as a result of tho pro
tests of New England growers.
Growing of Christmas green In New
Kngland has become n big Industry, and
tho New Kngland Stales have In ycirs
past furnished the bulk of the product
to tho big cities of tho aEst. Much of
Washington's supply was drawn from
The quarantine wns ordered by the
new horticultural boon to prevrnt the
spread of tho gypsy and browntall
mouths, two dangerous insect pests that
menace plant life. Both thesa insects
have dona wide damnga In New Eng
land. Kvtry car, box. or balo to bo shipped
oui, must bo plainly marked for in
spection Onlv products carefully in
spected will be certified for shipment.
Had Serious Lung
Somehow there exists a vast amount
of scepticism ns to tho possibility of
curing Consumption We stutc none hut
facts, and aro sincere In what wo as
sirt. If we were afflicted with Tuberculosis,
we should do precisely what wo ask
others to do take Eckman's Alterative
promptly nnd faithfully The reason we
should do this nnd warrant wo have for
nuking nil Consumptives to tuko It, Is
that wn have the reports of many ro
coverlis, ono of which follows.
1419 Huiquthannil Avc . I'hlla , Pa.
"flenllemen For two years I was arrilct
nl with beninrrhsKes of ths lungs, the num
tier totaled ninrtv nne hundred Our family
titialclan julvlat-d another climate, nr to re
limln would prntinlilv be filial However. I
rTTislnid. and In IVIiruary of 1W2, I was
taken with a severe attack of pneumonia.
When I recovered aufriclrntly to wnlk alout
the houae I una Ifft with a frlntilful hack
ing coujeh which no medicine 1 had taken
eolllt alleviate It was at this time. Match
l'e. thnt I linrneil of and Muriel taking
Li kman'a Alterative In a abort time rtiv
rough wav gone and I was pronounced well
Hint that time I have hnd two alight at
tncka of pneumonia and I have reported to
no other medicine to effect a recovery
I nm at prraenl In excellent health and
fe-l Umt na long ns t can OutAln Hckman's
Alternllve 1 have no fear of Conaumpllon
1 cannot apeak too highly for the good It
tins done "
IMgneil) HOWAItD U KLOTZ
Eckmnn's Alterative Is effective In
B'oni hltls, Asthma, Hay Fever, Throat
and Lung Troubles, nnd In upbuilding
the svstem Does not contain poisons,
opiates or habit-forming drugs For
sale by O'liornell's Drug Stores and
other lending druggists Ask for book
let telling of recoveries, nnd write to
Eikman Laboratory, Philadelphia, i'a ,
for additional evidence
A Lot of
75 Oriental Rugs
At Sacrifice Prices.
Must be disposed of by No
vember 10th to make room for
incoming stock of novelty Jap
anese goods, etc., for Xmas
1417 F St.
20-yenr Gold-Filled Hunting Case Wal
tham or lilgln; $15 DO valuo; C1A ftfl
In addition to
llir Items tluol
ed, 19 V IS II V
WATCH U Ile
dueed 25 to 3396
50c Oil Opaque
100 llest Quality Oil Opaque
nnd Holland Shades that sell reg
ularly for bOc each; slightly soil
ed or damaged, 38 Inches jvldo
nnd 6 ft. 6 Inches long; green,
oltvo, yellow, and white. For QQP
Friday, each tU
Friday Bargains This Week
Offer Many Opportunities for Exceptioraal Economies
1,000 Dress Lengths of Storm
Diagonal Serge and Pretty Scotch
Mixtures. Worth $3.00. The
Entire Length Is Only ....
We will also include Fine Double-warp Reversible Mohair Sicil
ian, in navy blue; 44-inch Heavy Black and White Shepherd Checks,
all colors, in English Cashmere, Cream Serge, Two-toned Whip-1
cord, etc. Each length contains five yards, which is ample for a
dress. Some are all wool. A few are half wool. However, the en
tire dress length, worth $3.00, is only one dollar and ninety-five
Extremely Low Prices on
Millinery for Friday
The many special offerings during our opening leave us with
some small lots of good value. Specially priced for quick clearance.
Tailored Hats, &0 AC
Worth up to $5.00 . . P-S-.i7D
Tailored Hats in all seasonable shapes, in a variety of trim
mings and colors, that sold up to $5.00. Friday sale f f) rvr
Velvet Shapes, Worth Up
to $4.00, $1.95
Velet Shapes, larito and small;
Rros-frrain cdfro and mado of silk
elet, values up to $ I 00. flj-l Q,""
Friday Sale prle tBl.UeJ
15c, 18c & 20c Wash -I ( VJ
Goods and Flannels . . "C I Q
This is cheaper than these same goods are usually sold in rem
nants, and you can buy as many yards as you wish.
IBe 36-Inch Whlto Stripe Curtain
Swiss, In E pretty designs, a 1(n
1224c and 18c Flannels and Flan
nelettes. Tomorrow, a Yard . . .
27 and 30 inches wide, in light and dark colors, in a large 1A.
variety of pretty patterns; also bordered effects 1UC
1254 c Amoskeag Teazle Outing
Flannel, Tomorrow, a Yard ....
200 pieces in a large assortment of pretty stripes, checks, and
plaids, in pinks, blues, lavender, tan, grays, and blacks; also plain
colors and white; soft velvet finish. Used for pajamas, night: 1A,
gowns, shirts, skirts, etc. Tomorrow, only iUt
Silk Remnants, OCkn
Worth up to 75c a Yard CaZJK
Hundreds of yards of the season's most popular and daintiest,
artistic patterns. Lengths suitable for most any purpose. Also a
lot of short lengths of colored velvets, suitable for dress trimmings
and millinery uses. These are worth up to $1.00 yard. The OQ
Silks are worth up to 75c a yard. Your choice tomorrow, yard. A " v
Waahlnnton School of Chlroprnctlo
1'o.tofflcr llox UhO, Waahlnitton, U. C.
Write for announcement allowing aplendld op.
t.crtunlly to h-arn a lucrotUe and lifelong
profeailon Kpeclal oltrr to llr.t W students
Dally occupation can ha followed whllo
Special late afternoon claamji for adulta
alartlns In bhakeiipeare, Latin, and Matho
inatlca. Hay and night graded and high
chool courxa fur children and udults, also
prhate coaching Catttloguea
FRANCIS MANN HAll, A. M., Principal
Tel M. M7f.
l!t E 8T N W.
Mrs. Emily French Barnes
113 i;icinth St. N. i:, I'h, Line. 1739
Washington School of Accountancy
lnatructlon preparing for C 1 A deire.
and bualnaaa administration professional
is paga bulletin sent en request.
Plmlor. ef WuctUon. x. M. C. A UU a it.
$1.25 Han- AQ
nelette Gowns, JQC
Women' Gowns, made of splen
did quality flinnelette. double
yoke back and front. In pink, blue,
nnd gray stripes, also lain white;
sizes 16 to 17. He Isrly QQn
$1.25. Special 70C
Purchase and Sale of
Worth $2.25 M AQ
and $2.50, at pl.K
A special purchase of 25 dozen
Long Skirts enables us to offer
this extraordinary value. They
arc made of good quality cam
bric and finished with deep
flounce of embroidery and inser
tion; full foundation and dust
ruffle. All lengths from 38 to 42
and arc actual $2.25 and $2.50
values. These will be on sale at
bargain table, main floor. Your
choice, while they last, tomorrow,
... vp y J
$2.00 Ostrich Feather
OMrlch Feather Hands. In plain
and two-tone effects; white, black,
cerise, green, brown taupe, hlnck
and white; worth 12 00. rrl- QC,
day Sale price
20o 32-Inch Whlto Ltnen-thrcad-finish
Batiste, Ideal for making
walats and dresses; also for
fancy Rift aprons; half price, in.
A yard 1UC
If You WANT
use a WANT AD