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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1912.
OF THE TURKS
Forcea Capture Chatalja, on
' Road to Sultan's
Track Foremen Gather.
BOSTON, Mass., Nov. i:.-Th Order
of Hallway Track I'otremn of "America
began Its eighth annual convention In
this city today, with Grand President L.
n, Clark, 'of New Haven, presiding.
Map Showing How Allies Would Divide War Spoils
The Quickest, Simplest
REV. MR. 8UWWALT
ACCEPTS OFFER TO
RETURN TO PULPIT
District Superintendent Will
Become Pastor of Pitts
(Contlnuvl from IClrat Pnga)
n Turkey's request for pue t Ihe
im ana In ascertaining the allies'
Campaign Will B Arduous.
Another factor making for tho speedy
nd of tho war l the approach of se
vere winter weather, which will make
the campaign oxco:dlng1v arduous,
After hi Important mission nt lluda.
Peat la concluded, Dr. Daneff will us to
the other European courts to explain
the vlewa of tho allies. The Ben-Ian
premier, M, pachltch, Una left nelrrade
for Uakup to conault King Peter.
In Roumanla the war minister haa
Issued an order to all the army corpi
to tha effect that half of the contingent
which waa to have been dismissed No
vember H la to be retained, with the
colors, until further orders.
That tho Bulgarians were having more
trouble than they expected In breaking
down the Turks' last line of i"cfenso
outside Constantinople was su -jilted
by military experts hero today.
Little Definite News.
Of deflnlte news there was very Utile,
tut It was dear that fighting has now
been In progress for several days along
the Chatalja line, and thouh It has
been reported repeatedly that tho at
tacking troops had gained important
advantage, somehow, they have not
appeared to be making much progress
towurd the Turkish capital.
To the rear of tho Chatalja defenses
all accounts Indicated shocking con
ditions, with thousands d)lng of star
vation, disease, and neglected wounds.
Antl-Chrlstlan muttering. It was said, la
Increasing, and mora anxiety than ever
for foreigners in the capital was felt
Though the authorities were disarm
ing the civilian population at latest ac
counts, they were nut taking their guns
from the soldiers, and It Is from thorn
that the most lsfeared. Indeed, their
weapons having been taken from them
as well as from the Moslems, the Chris
tiana were more helpless than ever.
Of Starvation and
CONSTANTSA, noutnanla, Nov, 12.
Vnlcss the struggle about Constanti
nople Is brought to a speedy termina
tion there' will be such an epidemic
there as modern times have never seen,
according to messages today from the
Not only has It been established defin
itely that the dlsiase, which recently
broke out among the Turkish soldiers
Is Asiatic cholera, but smallpox has
made Its appearance. Typhus has been
raging for slme time. The epidemics
were all reported today as spreading
rapidly. Choltra has nlso broken out
among, the llulgailans at Chatalja.
Conditions Inside the Turkish cupltol
and In tho suburbs Just outsldo the
ilty walls were described In the latest
dispatches as almost unbelievably
dreadful. People were dying by the
thousands, It was said, of disease,
wounds received In battle and sheer
City Always Unsanitary.
The Turkish capital, always as un
sanitary as a sen ericas, almost totally
uncared-for city of l.KO.OOO can be, has
been completely neglected since the
war broke out. The street dogs, which
formerly served as scavengers, were
banished some months ago from the
community, and filth has accumulated
even In the most Important thorough
fares until thej hao become nearly Im
passable Tho odor from this enormous
accumulation of dccajlng animal and
vegetable matter covers the town like
a blanket, nnd. down the wind, Is pet
ceptlble for miles. .
with the usual food supply prac
tically cut off, the population has been
living, too, for days on rotten fruit and
vegetables the foulest carrion, and,
finally, almost nothing at all.
The troops at tho front are as hard
pressed for food as the wretched non
combatants and wounded Inside the
capital One message today stated that
When a small shipment of flour actually
waa received at ChatalJft the famished
soldiers ripped open the bags and stuff.
ed the raw flour Into their mouths In
Hundreds Have Starved.
Hundreds of men aro dead In the
trenches. It was asstrtcd, untouched by
the enemy's bullets, but literally starved
Of the wounded a huge percentage are
dying, even from trifling hurts There
Is practically no hospital service and
ftver, blood-poisoning, lockjaw, or gan
grene are tairjing the stricken soldiers
off In shoals
Foreigners In Constantinople are In
much more danger, said one of today'e
reports of fulling lctlms to porno one
of the prevailing epidemics than of mas.
sacra by the Turka.
The Sofia government has Issued a de
rlai of the statement .that cholera has
spread from the btnlegcd garrison to
the besieging force, but It was known
here that the storv Is true nnd that, In
spite of every effort to combat tho pes
tilence. It Is steadily gaining ground.
CAT CLUB PLANS
FOR 1912 EXHIBIT
Aristocratic Felines From Many
Cities Are Expected to
The Washington Cat Club meets to
night at 8 o clock at tho home
of Mrs r M. Tompkins, lbS3 Third
street northwest, to discuss plans for
the cat show which Is to bo held In
Washington. January 16, 17 and IS. Mrs
Henry L West, president of the club,
will preside. "Wo expect our coming
show to bo the beat wo over have had
In Washington," said Mrs West today.
At the moetlng tomorrow night com
mittees for tho show will be settled
upon, prizes arranged ror, premium list
fixed, and other business matters hi
roferencc to the show discussed Mrs
West expects many fine cats from New
York, Philadelphia, and other big cities
Kntrlcs for the show will open December
15, Many applications ror entry blanks
already havo been received, and Judging
from the Interest shown, tho shuw will
be a complete success
The last show was held here In 1900,
with more than 123 entries More than
this number of entries Is expected for
tho coming show.
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A N A J
The Balkan war zone, which has gradually narrowed
from tho territory ambraclng a large part of Turkey In
Europe, Bulgaria, and other portions of tho Balkan slates,
on land, and the waters of the Aegean sea, has now con
centrated about tho capital of the Turk.
With the allied enemy at the gates of tho holy city,
the fall of the capital Is Imminent, and tho Ottoman cm
plro on the northern shores of tho Mediterranean Is ap
PART OF LIBRARY
George F. Bowerman, in Charge,
Issues Circular Calling Atten
tion to Division.
George F. Bowerman, librarian of the
Public Llbrarv, has Just Issued a cir
cular calling the attention of the people
of the District to the Industrial depart,
ment which has been established n
conjunction with tho library.
The purpose of the department Is to
offer an opportunltv for study and self
advancement to those who wish to
gather knowledge on. Industrial sub
jects. A largo collection of carefully
selected books nnd magazines on all
lines of industrial, scientific, and me
chanical work comprises the depart
ment. Some of the books are reference
works, but near!) all may be borrowed
for uae at home or In the office, fac
tory, or shop The use of tho books and
mugazlnes Is free to all who reside In
the District Thcro aro more than
WOO books, and more than 25) magazines
and trade papers, and 3,000 manufac
tuie's catalogues on file.
Tho Industrial deDartment necunlen n
large, attractive room on the ground ,
flnn.. an.l tu ACnl.n .Ilk.. n. Ik. '
vw ...i.i .a ,vu...,u t-l,,iri (twin (ia
main floor or by an outside entrance
underneath the main atalrway.
Two Reported Killed
In Powder Explosion
OAItY, Ind , Nov. 12 Two men were
repotted killed nnd others hurt toda'y
In an explosion in the plant of tho
Aetna Powder Company, at Aetna, Hid ,
near here This city was shaken by the
force of the explosion, and the air was
tilled with cllon smoke, which could bo
seen from here
Tho Kind Yon Ilrtvo Always Bought IntH borno tho slpnn
turu of CluiH. II. Fletcher, and lias boon nutdo under lil.s
personal Hiipcrvl.slon for over ill) jeurs. Allow no ono
to deceive you In this. Counterfeits, Imitations and.
" Just-as-erood " aro but experiments, nnd endanger Uio
health of Chudrcn Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR I A
Costorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing S.trupH. It contains neither
Opium, Morpblno nor other Narcotic substance. It de
stroys Worms and allays Fcvcrlshucss. For more than
thirty j ears It has been In constant use for tho relief of
Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Trou
bles and Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach and I5ou els,
assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
TH1 CINTAUW COMPANY, NW VONK CITV.
C. L. II
Organized Labor Is Urged to
Indorse Weather Bureau
Head for Office.
lllls I, Moore, chief of the I'nlted
States Weather Bureau, is being boom
ed for President-elect Wilson's cabinet
by the Central Labor I'nlon of this i ltv
At a meeting of the union list night
resolutions urging all organized labor
throughout the- I'nlted Btntes to In
doise Prof, Moore for 8eretar of Agri
culture, were adopted. Tim Centrnl La
bor I'nlon takes the position that he
Is the best-fitted man In the country to
dav for this position In Wilson's cabi
net, his knowledge of weathei conditions
and the country fitting him In a greit
measure for tho position. Then 'the
union considers Mr. Moore a great
friend to organized labor.
All labor organizations lh the Tnlted
States are being notified of tho action
of the Central Labor I'nlon last night
Milton Snelllng, president of the
union, Is out of the city Tho meeting
was presided ovei by E L Tucker.
One local union In the Central Ijibor
Union submitted resolutions containing
caustic criticism of Mr Bnelllng and
P. J. Han for going to Milwaukee and
campaigning against Victor Bergcr, the
Socialist Congressman John P. Col
poys editor of the Trades Unionist, nnd
an officer of Central Labor Union, be
Ueves Mr. Bnelllng's and Mr. Mian's
actions In opposing Berger will be In
dorsed by the union. Mr Bnelllng and
Mr. Ilian are expecttd to return to
parently doomed The presence of tho allies at the wnlla
of the city, ready to strike nt tho opportuno moment, hua
forced the Turkish army to withdraw to the lines of
Tchafalja, where complctn concentration Is proceeding
Meanwhile, fore gn vvurshtpa ate gathering In the Medlt
rranian and passing through tho Dardanelles to the har
bor of Constantinople bent on protecting their nationals
If the fanatic Moslems, run mad In their extremity, threat-
n a generul massacru of the Christians.
QUIZ GEN. HARRIES
IN DAMAGE SUIT
Lawyers Examine Witness About
cident. Oen. George II. Harries was the
principal witness for the defendant In
the trlul of tho suit of Capt II c.
Kdillns against the rotomac niectilc
Power Company for JI0.O0O damages be
fore Justice Dan Thcw Wright In Clr-
tilt Court No. i today.
Captain Uddlns was knocked down by
an automobile owned b) the defendant
In Massachusetts avenue, near the
I'nlon htatlon, on December 10. 1W7, nnd
severely Injured. Oenerul Harries, a
director of the rompanj and occupant
of the automobile, testified that owing
to hanks of snow along the track it was
Impossible to avoid a colll-don with Cap
Attorney V. Owjn Cardlner repre
sents the plaintiff and Attorney George
P. Hoover the defendant.
Health and Beauty Advice
BY MHS. MAE MARTYN.
Cella: You can't expect to appear
fascinating with pimples all over your
fate. During the summer an) one's
blood Is likely to bicomo thick and slug
gish from accumulated poisons which
frequently find nn outlet In tho face
This condition enn be overcome by tax
ing a good a) stem-tonic and blood
purifier. An excellent and Inexpensive,
old-fashioned tonie of tried merit Is
made with kardene. Dissolve, one ounce
of kardene In a half-pint alcohol (not
whisk)) then add one-half cupful sugar
and enough hot water to make a quart
Take a toblespoonful before each meal
and )ou will soon feel like a new per
son, and your complexion .will clear and
take on a heathy tone.
W. J. 13 Those anno)lng hairs on
jour thin will quickly vanish after an
application of n delatonn paste, made
bj mixing together a little water and
powdered delatone This paste Is to be
applied nnd lift on the skin two ot
three mlnutCB, then rubbed off and tho
skin washed Tho delatone treatment
Is quite harmless and alvvajs leaves
the skin clear and smooth.
Maiden: You will no longer havo thin
ejebrows nnd stubby lashes If you get
n small original package of pjroxln and
with forefinger and thumb apply aomo
at lash-roots, then with finger-end rub
n little on the brows This makes tho
lashes grow long, silky and curly and
makes the ejebrows come In thick and
glossy. He careful not to get any pj.
roxin where hair Is not wanted
V. I) 8.. Although grny hair Is some
times caused by worrj'. It Is generally
duo tn a diseased scalp as Indlrated by
such symptoms n dandruff, Itching of
the soalp and brittle falling hair of
which vou speak To restore your scalp
to n healthy condition, first keep It
clenn bv shampooing everj ten d.ijs or
two weeks with ennthrnx, then massage
the scalp, using n good quinine hair
Ionic You can prepare the tonic )our
self hv nddlng one ounce ot qulnzotn
to u half-pint of alcohol (not whisks)
and a half-pint of cold water. This Is
much lwttcr than most ready-prepared
halr-tonlcs, an It contains nothing to
mnko tho hair coarse, sticky or
"stilngv " Tt will retpove tho dandruff
and stop your hair from coming out
You will llnd It an Ideal dressing for the
hair and very refreshing to an Itching
8 n O : If jour Hiipeifliious flesh
Proves unnojlng nnd distressing try tho
following fat reducer which has given
excellent results Dissolve four ounces
nf parnotls in 14 pints hot water; when
inol strain nnd take a tnhlespoonful of
tho liquid beforo esch meal This rem
rds Is harmless ny avoiding verv rich
foods and taking plenty of exercise,
)ou will find this remedy will cut down
sour weight very.rapldlj-.
Mrs Ruth There can be no possible
Bishop Karl Cranston, of tho Baltl
moto conference, Mothodlst Episcopal
Church, haa announced that the Itov.
John W. n. Humwalt, superintendent of
the Washington district of the confer
ence, will leave this city to become the
pastor of tho Bmtthfleld Methodist Epis
copal Church, of Pittsburgh, Pa. Tho
Times last Friday printed an exclusive
story that tho Ilev. Bumwalt waa con
sidering a flattering offer from this
church, and probably would accept It.
In going to Pittsburgh, tho Rev. Mr.
Bumwalt leaves the Baltimore confer
ence, but will come within tho Juris
diction of the conference, which takea
In that city. It la said In church cir
cles thnt ono reason why tho llev. Mr.
Bumwalt goea to Pittsburgh Is because
the Bmlthfleld Methodist Episcopal
Church needs a complete reorganisation
and a general upbuilding .and that ha
Is the man for tho work. This church
holds about half n million dollars'
I ..u.,.. ... ji,uf.'u, mil i an aaiu ,,, !
cent years It has been falling off In Its
The ltov. W. U McDowell, formerly
rf Itolnnd Park Methodist Episcopal
Church, of Baltimore, win take the
place of the Hev. Mr. Bumwalt. The
ohangc Is effectlvo December 1.
Red Men Meet.
Waneta Council, No. 6, Improved
Order of Ited Men, will be given Its an
nu.il visitation tonight In Society
Temple, nflh nnd G streets northwest,
by the great chiefs nf tho (Jre-U C'ounrll
of the District. In the visitation party
there win bo n. w. Thompson, great
sachem; Dr. V. a. Whitman, great
ftpnlnt- anrrnmnrr. fl 12 fZnriffW mwi
Junior sagamore, J, M. Kemper, great
prophet, J. H. Shcperd, great chief of
rrturua, j. t. wiuimi Knil Keeper ui
wampum, and J. A, Madison, Jr., great
Eat Anything Now
No Indigestion, Dyspepsia or Sour,
Gassy, Upset Stomach for
'Tape's Diapepsin" Users.
Every eor regularly more than a
million stomach sufferers In tho United
States, Kngland, and Canada take
Pupe's Diapepsin, and realize not only
Immediate but lasting relief.
This harmless preparation will digest
anything ou eat and overcome a sour,
gassy or out-of-order stomoch flvo min
If jour meals don't fit comfortably,
or whnt jou cat lies like a lump of
lead In our stomach or If jou havo
heartburn, that Is a elgn of Indiges
tion Oct from vour pharmacist a fifty
rent case of Pape's Diapepsin and take
a dose Just as soon as jou can Thcro
will be no sour risings, no belching of
undigested food mlxid with ncld, no
stomach gns or heartburn, fullness or
heav) fiellng in the stomach, nausea,
debilitating headaches, dlzilness or In
testln.il gilplng This will all go, and,
besides, there will be no sour food left
over In the stomach to poison our
breath with nnuscous odors
Pape's Diapepsin Is a certain cure for
out-of-order stomachs. Ik cause It
toltes hold of our food and digests It
Just Ihe same as If jour stomach
Heller In five minutes from alt stom
ach miser)' is watting for sou at any
These large fifty-cent cases contain
more than sufficient to thoroughly cure
almost any rase of dyspepsia, Indiges
tion, or any other stomach disorder.
ercue for a woman of jour ago ne
glecting her complexion It Is a duty
jou owe vourself to look as jouthful
and charming as possible. I would not
entourage vou to use face powder It
rubs oft too easily, shows too readily
and docs no perntunent good The use
of n good lotion made by dissolving four
ounces of spurmnx In half a pint of hot
water or witch hazel and adding two
tonspoonfulls of glycirlno will take
away that coarse, sallow, oily look to
jour skin, and mako It soft, pink and
jouthful This lotion is an excellent
beautlfler and whltcner nnd will last
longer than powder. It Is splendid for
cold sores, freckles, pimples and pre
venting chapping In the winds.
iovera: (a) Don't worry. What If
your hair Is a little thin, looks "stringy"
and Is hard to do up and innke look
nice There is a remedy for all this
Shampoo vour' hair once In two Weeks
with n teaspoonful of canthrox dissolved
In a cup nf hot water, rinsing after
wards In char water. The rich, cleans
ing lather will plenso you This will rid
jour scalp of dirt nnd dandruff and
make vour hair soft and glossy. Your
hair will dry quickly and bo so fluffy
and nlco jou will forget jour hair
troubles Hut don't wash jour hair with
soap The "free" alkali In soap ruins
the hair gloss, makes It streaky and
dead looking (h) To make an excel
lent skln-whltener and complexlon
bcautlfler, see answer to "Mrs. Ruth."
Harriet: For your tired, dull. Inflamed
eyes sou need a good cje-tonlc Dissolve
nn ounce of crvstos In a pint of water.
Two or three drops of this In each eye
dolly win strengthen jour ees nnd
make them bright and spnrkllng This
tonic will not smart nnd has pi oven a
great aid to those who wear glasses. A
friend of mlno whu has remarkably
clear, beautiful ejes tells mo that she
uses this simple tonic regularly tn Keep
them bright nnd full of expression I
find It excellent for weak. Inflamed,
tired cjrs and granulated osellJs
Madge: Tor your hollow cheeks and
wrinkled face I recommend frequent ap.
flcatlons of a good greaseless complex
on i roam-Jelly, also brisk massaging
Uy stirring together ono ounce ulmo
zoln, two tcaspoonfuls glscerlne and
one-half pint cold water, allowing to
stand over night jou will have an ex
tra good complexion Jellj. I'sa this aim
for mnssaglng It will clear up yom
Bkln fine removing all dirt from tho
pores, nnd soon vou will find jour com
plexion smooth, plump fresh-looking
ami unwrlnkled ThlH Is nn excellent
cream for treating blackheads, freckleH
and roughness of the skin, and will rid
jour face of those veij largo ports I
have never found unv thing to equal
almozoln cream-Jelly for Improving a
nead Mrs Martins book "Hcuutj "
Captain Believes Law Train
ing Would Aid
First of the expected crop of candi
dates for the office of United States
marshal In the District, one of the City
Hall plums tn be passed out by President-elect
Wilson, Is Cpt. John Doyle
Carmody, a member of the local bar.
Captain Carmody Is an active candi
date for the office, which pays I5.C0O a
year, and has Ihe support of a number
of District Democratic leaders. Ho be
lleves that a lawyer should have the of
fice In view of the fact that frequently
Important legal questions arise.
It Is expected that the office will go
to a District man, and that there will
be a horde of applicants.
JACKSON VI LLK, ria., Nov. 11-The
Houthern Medical Association, which
embraces tho States of Mississippi, Ten
nessec, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana,
and Florida, met In annual convention
In Jacksonville today for a three dajs'
"It Pyc to Dcs-1 J" OoldenJiwtf."
Seventh and K mJhiSsSiiHs2iSiW
$80 Russian Ponyskin Fur Coats
$20.00 Wilton Velvet Rugs
Large Room-size at $12.45
We secured a lot of 25 of these large room size (1 ft S by 10 ft. 6)
Wilton Velvet Hugs from a well-known wholesaler at a decided con
cession a fortunate deal that means unexpected savings for women
who buy rugs tomorrow.
Choice of three attractive patterns one In a floral design and the
other two In rich oriental designs Color combinations to suit any room
decoration. Strictly perfect quality not damaged rugs. Tomorrow at
112 45 lnrtoad of 120 00.
KxlS . Pramleai Brussels llkgs. In a number of new and artistic pat
terns, showing light and dark colurlngs. Alexander Smith's
make a guarantee of satisfactory service. Regular $16 00 ClnOC
value nt 51U.UD
OxlS . Axmlnster and Milton Hags, tho latter made In one piece.
All strictly perfect quality Rich high pile fabric noted for durability.
Buch well known makes as Alexandtr Smith, snnford, and Hartford
Carpet Co. Good variety of handsome designs and color Cji 1 nir
combinations. Regular 115 00 value nt Ol'i.lJu
White or Gray Wool Blankets
At $2.88 Pair Instead of $4
Good heavy weight, warm blankets for Immediate and future needs
full 11-quorter sire for double beds, In white and graj-. Pink and blue
borders, also plaids of blue, pink, tan, or graj. Silk bound ends. Soft
French combed wool fleece.
Tomorrow ut this saving J2.88 a pair for the regular H 00 kind.
1JIO Comforts, RHc Iarge size double bed Comforts, covered with
good quality sllkollnc. In light and dark colorings, tilled with pure
white cotton. Regular Jl 50 value, specially priced for tomorrow's nn.
sale at OOC
The November Issue of May
Manton's Illustrated r"ushlon
Magazine, eight pages. In color,
showing all the latest etjles,
will be given free tomorrow.
Ask for a copy ut tho Pattern
Department, First Floor.
For 9c a Yard
A Just-arrlvcd lot of 200 rolls of
this popular ivindow decoration
and substitute for stained glass.
The assortment Includes an entire
ly new line of designs In fiosted,
stained, and cathedral glass ef
fects In white, black, nnd various
tVc obtained this lot at a big
concession that s whv we can of
fer tho regula 25c nnd 35c kinds
tomorrow for 9c a j'ard
Men's Separate Pants
Regular $3 value QQ
A ppcclnl offering of 200 pairs of mon's Scparnto Trousers for Wed
nesday good serviceable quality Fancy Casslmeros nnd Worsteds, In
noat dark Btrlpes and herringbone effects.
All sizes from 32 to 42 In the lot. Thoy're well tailored and perfect
fittlnR, of Just the right weight for present wear,
You cannot buy the equal of these trousers elsewhere for less
than J3 00. Come and seo them tomorrow One day at $1.89 pair.
!tlr and Cheaply Made at
itome, saves ifiu fz.
This recipe makes a pint of cough
yru enough to last a family a long
time, lou couldn't buy as much or n
gooil cough sjrup for 12.G0.
Simple as It Is. It gives almost In
stant relief and usually stops the
most obMlnatn cough In 21 hours.
This Is partlv due to the fact that It
Is slightly laxative, stimulates the
appetite and has an excellent tonlo
effect It Is pleasant to take chil
dren like It. An excellent remedy,
too, for whooping rough, rroup, sore
lungs, asthma, throat troubUs. etc.
Mix one pint of granulated sugar
with 'i rlnt of wym water, and stir
for 2 minutes. Put i ounces of
Plnex (fifty cents' worth) In a pint
bottle, and add the Sugar Rvrup. It
keeps perfectly. Take a teaspoonful
every one, two or three hours
Pine is one of the oldest and best
known remedial agents for the throat
membranes. Plnex Is the most valu
able concentrated rompound of Nor
way whie pine extract, and Is rich In
gualacol and all the other natural
healing elements. Other preparations
will not work In this formula.
The prompt results from this recipe
nave endeared it to thousands of
housewives in the United States and
Canai'o. which explains whv the plan
has betr Imitated often, but never
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction,
or money promptly refunded, gaes
with this recipe Your druggist hs
Plnex. o- will get It for you. If not
pynu m i nn nnex vjo , e i. vvayne, infl.
On Sale Tomorrow at
This is one of the big features of
our fur sale now in progress. The
value cannot be equaled anywhere in
the city make all the comparisons
you like. Only because we bought an
immense quantity of fine furs and fur
coats under the most advantageous
conditions is it possible for us to name
such a low figure.
Fine quality genuine Russian Ponyskin
Fur Coats, fashioned of selected pelts, soft,
and exquisitely marked. Full length, cut in
the latest style, with extra deep shawl collar
and cuffs; lined with fine quality brocade or
satin duchesse, trimmed with novelty or plain
buttons, or with silk ornaments.
All sizes. Actually worth $8.00. Sale
Regular 75c Grade at 35c
A shipment of 25 rolls of the
famous Cook's Cork-filled Lin
oleum Just received from the
makers These are perfect
goods, In full rolls, nnd jou may
buy any quantlt) desired right
from tho roll, an ndvantage
every housewife will appreciate.
All In S-qtinrtor width Choice
of light and dark effects. In a
Pleasing assortment nf designs
Tomorrow nt 35c square yard
Regular 75c and ")Ar
$1 Qualities at.. -
Importer's remaining stock of
these handsome Satin Paon Vel
vets secured to sell at it fraction
nf regular cost.
Highly lustrous, soft satiny qual.
It), In a. full range of street nnd
evening shades, hut no blnek
Sold regularly ut 75c and Jl 00
yard. Salo price. 30c jd