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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912.
OPEN FOR ONE WEEK
Anacostia Parish Plans Extra Features for Masonic Hall
Affair Five Cottages Erected for Tuber
cular Insane Patients. ,
Pictorial Review Patterns Headquarters
NATION SHOULD 01
Commoner for Legal Meas
ures If Monticello Is Not
Given to Government.
William J. Brjan has entered actively
Into the fight to haw the. Government
ccqulre Monticello, the home of Thomas
Jefferson, near Charlottesville, Va
either by gift or In process of law.
Mr. Ilryun stated before he left Wash
ington or Florida, that he was heartily
In Bympathy with the movtment headed
by Mrs. Martin W Littleton to secure
ownership of the. old manolon for the.
Monticello Is now owned by Jefferson
M. Levy, Representative from Now
York, who has 'dined either sell or
give the Govcrmssiit p,-slon of the
property. Mr Lov; t fa.fc proldcd
In his will that Monticello ehould bc
como tho property of the public, but his
heirs contested the will successfully.
Mr. Bryan stated lefore he left the
city that he had noticed that Mr. Levy
again gave notln that he would retain
ownership of .Monticello
"I had hoped," he said, "that Mr.
Levy would sec the propriety of allow
ing the Government to become owner of
tho home of Jefferson I havo sug
gested to him that whllo he might re
tain life Interest In the place If ho is
sentlmentalU nttaehed to It, he should
allow the Government to hae It.
"This Is about all that he could ask
In regard to Monticello unless he wishes
to maintain In his famll u monopoly of
tho prestige that might como from the
ownership of Monticello If possible I
would like to sec Monticello secured by
process of law. In which case Mr. Levy
would rccelo full value for his prop
erty." Mrs. Frank Anthony Walke. of Nor
folk, Va., rustodlan of flags of the Uni
ted Daughters of the Confederacy,
stated todaj that she had been mis
quoted In regard to a statement she
made about Montliello
"What I said," sild Mrs Walke, "was
that It was Mr. l.e s right to bestow
his property as hi saw fit, hut that I
thought he would select the Daughters
of the Confederal to be hilrs to Mon
ticello." ALLENS GET RESPITE
TILL DECEMBER 13
Governor Mann Delays Execution
of Death Penalty for
RICHMOND, Va, Nov. 19 Governor
Mann of Virginia today, respited until
December 13, I'lojd Allen and his son,
Claude Bwanson Allen, both condemntd
to die on Friday for their complicity Tn
tho murders at Judge Masslc's court
room in Illllsvllle, Va. The stay was
Governor Mann Issued a statement
explaining that he li-sucil the sta at the.
request of Judge Staphs who presided
at the trial of the mountaineers. Judge
Staples said that counsel for Claude Al
len, the son, di sired to appeal to the
United States Supreme court, nnd would
not havo time 'to perfect his writ If the
execution was not sustd
Tho Rev. George Daniel, one of
tho AllrnH' splriluil advisers, had a
lonjf conferento with the governor to
day, earnestly pleading for ctemtnes.
Although no request was made of the
governor for tin c In which to appeal
Floyd Allen's cuse to the Supreme Court,
the executive thought It would be only
an act of compnsi.li n to give tho father
a stay of execution at the same tlmo
that ho held up tho electrocution of the
By Cavalry Band
An attractive program has been ar
ranged for the orrheitri and band con
cert by the Fifteenth United States
Cavalry Hand, this evening at 8 o'clock
In tho post gmnaslum nt Fort Mer.
The public Is Invited March, "Flag of
victory," von won, Medlej, "Down
In tho Vale of Shenandoah," Harris,
Caprice, "Propostl," Miller, selection.
"Fantana," Hubell, will be given b tho
orchestra, and tnarih. "Hrooke's Tri
umphal," Drooks overture, "Znmpa,"
Herold; selection. Merry Widow,"
Lehar, and nu, oddlts "Turkish
Towel," Allen, b th. Kend
Thero was an excellent attendance at
the dance last night of the enlisted men
In the post gvmn islum Music was
furnished by thi port bund.
Eats Freely But
Has No Dyspepsia
Takes a mild latatltr with good
pepsin and Insures his com
fort and pleasure.
Fortunate Is the man who can cat
"anything" without suffering tho tor
tures of dpepsla, hut as few aro so
fortunato earn should bo tuken In the
matter of diet Hating slowl), mns
tlcatlng the food thoroughly and tak
ing a short walk after the heavy meal
of the da will do much towards as
listing digestion An grown-up per
son ought to know the pecullur foods
that de not agree', and theso Bhould bo
When these common-sense aids fall.
the next thing to do 1 to tnke a mild
eliicitlvo tonic with laxative properties,
nnd there Is none better than Dr. Cald
well's Syrup I'epsln It contains the
greatest of all aids to digestion, good
pepsin. It has other Ingredients that
act mildly on the bowels, and com
bined It forms n combination for the
relief of dspepsla or Indigestion thut
Iti action Is to tone and strengthen
the stomach nnd bowel muscles so that
they can again do tlnlr work naturallv
without outside aid and when that
happy moment e nines nil medlclno can
be dispensed with It Is the best rem
edy obtainable foi an) disorder of the
stomach, liver, and bowels, for dspep
sla, constipation, biliousness, headaches,
drowsiness after eating, gas on tho
stomach, etc Thousands of users will
testify to tins, among them Mr Itobcrt
11. Allen. I-iong uiund city. N. Y . nnd
MTM " -" tsoei,
117 Muplc St.
Hvrun I'epsin is sure
Is sure In Us
and a asi improve merit over chewing
or swallowing tubleti and mints or
uklnr; cathirtlci. mu, etc all ot
WASHINGTON TIMni nOHCAU.
ANACOSTIA, D. C. NOV 19
A fair was opened by tho l'plsco
pallans connected with the KmrnnnuM
I. U. parish In tho Masonic halt here
last evening. It will last ono week
Tho opening night drew a large num
ber of patrons, and many features have
been arrangeel for the succeeding
nights. Among them will bn a necktlo
Promenade, which will be held tonight,
a cake march for Wednesday evening,
old folks' night for Thursday, fanc
dancing by children on Friday and an
auction sale on Saturday night, when
the bazaar will ho ended.
The Harmony Orchestra, C. V. Glcker,
director, will render selections. Many
booths, tastefully decorated, have been
arranged about the hall.
Tho principal booths and those In
chargo urc: Fancy stand, Mrs N, R,
1 tarnish and Mrs. K. 1. Wood: gro
ceries, Mrs. Aeldle Ileers; confectionery.
Mrs William Johnston; Ico cream, the
Junior Daughters of the King: Chinese
inundrs. Miss Gale and Miss King; cake
nnd lemonade, Mrs J. Hagan; post
office. Miss Helen Kstep; fortune teller,
Mrs. Joseph King.
Tho general parish committee In
chargo Is mndo up of Franklin S
Glcker. chairman; Mrs Joseph King,
vice chalrmon, N. H Hnrnlsh. treas
urer; J. C. Wlnterwerp, secretary.
Five cottages for tubercular patients
aro being erected at the Government
Hospital for the Insane. Three of them
are being located In the rear of the
men's greiup on the east side of Nichols
avenue. The remaining ones will bo In
proximity to the women's buildings. In
tho main grounds. Each building will
have a capacity of twenty patients
They will be erected at a cost of
The cottages will bn of cement nnd
stucco and will nfford relief to seme
of the wnrels where the class of patients
to bo provided for are maintained now.
What Is expected to he the largest
gathering of the Masonic fraternity th it
has taken place in Anacostia In a long
time Is planned for nixt Monday night
In the Anacostia Masonic Hall, when
AS BWES PLAY
MacLennans Prepare for Ses
sion to Be Held Next
"Mon, bu" thot was line."
This was the exclamation from sev
eral score of Scotch throats near the
hour of midnight last night when the
last wall camei from the bagpipes, or
"chanters," as Scotsmen call the Instru
ment, of 'Jock" Tumson, of Sutherland
The occasion was a preliminary meet
ing to the formation next Monday night
In the MacLennnn Hotel, In Thirteenth
street, of the "Macl.e nnnn Clan " Of
ficers of the clan, whleh will be af
filiated with thu Order of Scottish
Clans, will be dieted und application
for the charter made Tho books are
being kept open for chnrtir members
A. C. MaiLennan will donate the
charter, and will become the first past
chieftain of the clan John D Hlgglns
1b acting secretary. All Scotchmen, or
persons who arc of Scottish blood, nre
eligible for mernbcishlp In tho new clan
Ragplper Tamson Is appearing at
Chase's Theater this week In David JJe
lusco's "Tho Drums of Oudu."
Twenty-five customs districts for tho
assessment of duty on articles received
through tho mnlls from foreign coun
tries havo been created by Becretar)
It has been tho practice heretofore to
examine all this mall nt the ports of
entry. In tho future It will go to a
centrul distributing point. In most In
stances n railway postofflcc hcadnuur
which are haish and nauseous and at
hist do but tetnporurs good You can
obtain 8) nip I'tp.ilii at any drug store
for llfty cents or one dollar u bottle
If no member of sour family has
ever used Swup I'epsln and jou would
llko to make a personal trial of It
before busing It in the regular wa of a
druggist, scud sour address a postal
will do to Or W II Caldwell. ii
Washington ht . Monticello, III , and a
free samplo bottle will bo mailed sou
ltesults are alwuss guaranteed or
money will be refunded.
I .UK. KOUKItT II.
Anacostia Chapter, No 12, Royal Arch
Masons, Is to receive the High 1'rlests'
Asseulatlon of thn District The asso
ciation Is constituted of tho council of
ficers of eacli subordinate lodge In tho
Dlstrlet Irvln ,H Hubbard Is the presl
elent and William A. llairls Is tho scire
The; object of the visitation Is tho con
ferral of tho reijnl anh degrees by the
high priests. There will be- an i labor
ate program provided by Franklin S
Glcker. high priest of Anacostia chap
ter. After the degnes have) been con
ferred those tin sent will 'be shown to
the lower hall, vvhero a fi-ast and music
will vvlrvl up tho proceedings.
Members of thn Men's Club of the
I'mmnnucl l'reitestant Lpl'cepal parish,
who tanged themselves on the sldol of
Governor Wilson In the pnferenthil ex
pressions for President recordid by tho
club for the purpose of having an elec
tion supper follow, havo been Invited to
partake of a flvc-cnursn banquet In tho
pailsh hall of the church at the e xpense
of thoso who stood with the e'efe'itto 1
crndldatis The elate for the banquet
has been set for December 12, nnel tho
event will be strictly a club uffalr
lTiinklln 8 Glcker. the president eif the
club, has been named us tho manager
of tho election suppir.
The choir of Ht Teresa's Church, com
posed of jounir women singers, tins
planned a musquerndc dame for Its
membehs nnd thilr friends for tho even
ing of November 29, In tho hall of Ht.
Teresa's parochial building, In V street.
tiTI!,CL'2,I'iVi' A,(1 Society of tho Chris
t an and Llenora Ruppert Homo for
the Aged and Indigent has realized J204
from the disposal of a handsome sofa
cushion Tho cushion was won by J
liormer, of M D street southeust The
rnoncj will be used to pure huso Christ-
!U .".Bltui 'or ,m' "'d li"!'le who dwell
In the home.
The Junior Kpvvorth League of the
Congress Heights Methodist Kplscoptl
Church, will transform thn Sunel.iy
school section of the edlll-e Into a mai
ket on Saturdas The, joung penph
under tho direction of Mrs, D V 'n,N
ett, superintendent and Miss Minnie
llnulton, president, will dispose of vege
tables und irreiee rle.s ti, etnic evi. .eu
while home mnde pastry and delicacies
will nlso be sold The money will be I
II null fun H. n. ,. ..I ... (... t .
..av.t w. mi- H mi.). lunu en inc rnurtn
BONDSMEN GIVE UP
Indianapolis Defendants Sur
rendered to Court by Men
on Their Bail.
INDIANA TOLLS. Ind , Nov. 19 Hi
warel Km) thi' and Jumea 1' Ray, both
of I'torla. Ill, elcfenelants In the dvntt-
mite conspiracy case, toelus were sur
renelered by their bonelsmen Thej
were nt llbe rts under 13 turn bond each
The announcement was muile as soon as
court vvas convened
Juelge Anderson received the surrcn
eler, und hmythe and Hit) lmmtilhite-l
were placed In custeKly ef Marshal'
Schmidt to keep company with Ortle V.
McManlgal und lldwurd Clarke.
"The Oaellc I.angu.tgo of Ireland will
form the subject of an address this af
ternoon at the National Musoum, by
James Moonev. at i SO o clock .special
attention will be given to the growth
of the language and the effect of Its
legends and traditions on later pco;
pies Tho lecture Is given under the
nusnlces of the Washington Anthropo
logical Soclet), and Is open to the pub
1 vDSrrV MM
Men's High ArtShoes
The nemo of stvle and miallt)
On the new English Hat last and
othel evluslvc shapes that will ap
peal tei me n who want the latcBt
shoe fashions In Tan Hussla
t'ulf. film .Metal, l'utent Colt. Late
or llutte n.
Our Gridiron Shoes frMen
Handsome JnpancNc slnteh Snfe
preaenteel to eneh purchaser
of these shoes.
, Gridiron Shoes am quallts foot
wear llanilsewed line! benchmade
In Tan Hussla Calf 1'itent I.euth
ei. Gun .Me ml and Velour Calf
All new tot' and lasts Home high
toe i. others In the new English rtat
fAMILY SHOE STORE
r SHOES AND HOSIERY
Jos. Strasburger Co.
BE FULLY PROBED
Board of Trade Committee
Plans Thorough Investi
gation Into Conditions.
A thorough probo Into cold storage
rondltlems lit Center .Market Is tei be
made by tho Committee on 1'ubllc
Health of tho Iloarel of Trade before
that committee submits Its report. The
Imineilluto cause of the! Investigation Is
the epiestlon of whether or not tho com
mlttio will act favorably on a bill which
would prohibit the cold storage of eggs,
meat, llsli, etc. In th" District for n
lemger period than thirty 1h. It Is
said this hill has met with a storm of
protest fiom tho cold storage mer
chants The cold storage eiucatlon Is a
comparatively new one. and tho com
mittee has hud thu master before It for
At a meeting of tho committee In the
Ilonrel of Trade, rooms Inst night It was
decided to visit Center Murket next
Thursday. , , ,
The committee! strongly Indorsed a
measure to create a bureau of recrea
tion under supervision of the; CommlM
sloners to look after bathing pools,
nl.tS grounds, nnd either forms of lecrea
tlon In tho DlBtrlit. und to establish
other such plants In sections of thn
t whero they aro said to bo badlj
The eommlttee believed the Irficterlo
logleil laborator of the District should
bo greatly enlurgi-el, and will incorpo
rate this htllef In Its repent It Is
said the present btcte rologlcul labora
tory Is below tho standurel I'reiper dis
crimination eif milk and "ntf-r In the
IllMlrlel Is said to be lmpoBslblo with
the present equipment.
Imprisoned Six Months
For Stealing Clothes
James Chapman, colored, charged
with stealing n suit of elothes fiom Dr
A. I llarton, was sent to the work
house for six months by Judge Mul-
lit. ... e, wit, i
Dr llarton testified that the clothes
hnd bun hung nut on a line to air in
his b.iek urel. nnd thev dlsnppeare d
On Sulurdav the clothes were found In
the possession of Chapman, who eoulel
give nei ih.ir Idea, as to how he came
to havei tin m
Get Rid of
Piles at Home
Try Tills Homo Treatment Aliso
No matter how long vnu've been suf
fering or how bad Jim think jour casn
Is si nd nt onee for a free trltl eif the
wonderful l'jr.imld I'll ltmiedv 1 hou
sands u fillet id "s b.idl or worse than
vou trace their eiulck rnoverv to the
diy they oegin using this murvelously
l'jramld I'lle Hemedy gives Instant,
blessed relief I'aln disappears, lnfiam
matlon and swelling subside and you
nre able to work again as eomfortabl
as though 3 on had never been afflicted
at all It mav sive tin expense and
danger of a surgical operation
.lust hi ml In the conn in below with
sour n ime nnd address on a slip of I
paper, to the l'jiamld Drug I o , t.o l
r.uuld Uhlg , Mursh ill. Mich , and a
sample will be sent sou KHIM: It will
show i"i eoncluslvelv what I1) ram Id
I'lle He incds will ilo Then mm cm get
the regular package for W tints at any
drug store 1'im i suffi i another need
le ss minute Wrlto now.
The Smartest Shapes
In the Best Leathers
Every style in Men's
Footwear that has the stamp
of fashion's approval is
shown here. Many lasts
designed exclusively for us.
For Men, $3.50 to $5
For Boys, $2.50 to $4
Just the thing for winter. They
will keep tho feet dry and vvaim.
hhovvn In Tan Russia Calf, with
vlKollied waterproof holes, bellows
Dr. Janon's Hygienic Shoes
For Men . . $5
For Women, $4
Tho sort of Tootwenr that pro
motes tho health of the feet and
lit the fett as nature Intended,
Thes uir iitsolutcl) hjglciiie Mndo
of voft Imported Gel mania vlcl kid,
with meelleatcd felt Inner soles.
310-312 Seventh St. N. W.
Mrs. Robert Henry, of Texas,
Has Machine Struck
Mrs. Roleort L Henry, wlfo of Con
gressman Henry of Texas, narrowly
escaped Injury In an uutomobllo ac
cident at Sixteenth street and Massa
chusetts uvcniie northwest last evening
Mrs Henry, who wns operating hi r
own machine wns driving up Sixteenth
street on her way to her home at 1K5
Nineteenth street, when nt the corner
of Massachusetts avenue tho marhino
collided with n delivery witMin driven
b William McNomara, of 473 N street
MeNamarn was thrown from his seat
by the foreo of tho Impact and bruised
nhout the legs and beely. Mrs Henry,
howi'Ver, was not thrown out, although
her uutomobllo was damaged Mc
Namara vvas taken to the limergency
Hospital, where his Injuries were
"It reully did not amount to any
thing." sii'd Mrs llenrj toda "My
autumohllo wan slightly elam.eged, but
has been repaired so that we c in use
It todaj I did not e ven get a scratch."
Tells of School Problems.
At the first me-etlng of the season
of tho District branch of thu National
Congress of Mothers being held this
afternoein at the Itnhlgh Hotel Dr I'
M Davidson, stipe i lute licit nt of public
instruction here, Is the principal speak
er Ills subject s, "The urntft-Tr tell
ers' Association and Their Relation to
the Schools "
CATARRH MISERY ENDED, A SIMPLE
SAEE REMEDY GIVESJNSTANT RELIEf
Cures and Prevents Catarrh and Cold in the Head With
a Few Applications.
The citilekrst, best nnd safest way to i nnd strengthens the Inflamed mem
cure catarrh or a cold In the head Is 1 brains, takes away thut stuffed up feel
uslng ,t remeilv thut will tuiu h tlwllng nnd dull pain In the ln-ael relieves
sped and ilo Its work epilcklv without the thin it soreness, and slops tho nast
leaving anv had e fre e ts Kl s Cre' im I ellschurge which is the e uise or ue
llulm which Is I ill.-t to tin nnsirlls elligustlng hawking, Milttlng, blowing of
or rubbi d on the tl.ro it or chest gets the tins,, and foul breath Ha fever
right ut th. root of tin- tioubl, ami in victims who are made miserable b Ills
stantly relieves even the worst eusi- or eif sm-ezliig coughing, and wheezing get
cutarrh or cold. A feu minutes teftei I Inst mt and tie rmane ut relief by the use
applii d vou e an f e 1 a buo-ening up lu
the he ail. tin p eln und soreness are
gone the si rise of tast' , sme II and
loartiig come bark, .mil sou feel like a
dllTeri nt person
i:l) s ('renin llulm cleanses, heals.
Fall & Winter Millinery at
I SHOP EARLY IF YOU WOULD CHOOSE THE BESTl
60c I'ancy Kealheis and
Jl 50 Wings, black white,
all colors, sniull und
$3 00 Imitation Willow
I'lumes, whlto and colors ,
j: 00 reather Hands, 36
long, black, white, und
r.Oc Hoses In pink nnel
$3 Black Beavers, Long Napped, ffil.gg
12 00 Mack Silk Velvet,
IS Inches wide. Yaid .... ,
$1 10 ITntrlmnud rdt
Mack and colors, nil
shapes . . ...
J2 00 rntrlmmed I'elt
elvcts, and Moire Hats,
J5 00 Mack, Drown,
nnd blue velvet hats .
$6 White bcaverd, tho
ers finest mado
J2 50 Mack Velvet
trimmed with ribbon
TIG 7th Street
Corps Goes From Washing
ton to Georgia in
Winter hevndnuarters of the Wright
aviators of tho I'ntted States Army was
opened In Augusta, Cla , today. Copt. I
Charles DeForcst Chandler, command-'
Ing officer of tho Signal Corps Aviation
School, Lieut. Harry Graham and Lieut.
William Micrman. with twenty-two en
listed men of the Signal Corps, and
First Lieutenant Charles J Iloehs, sur
geon, left Wushlngton estcrelay after
noon at 3 30 o'clock on n special train,
...i,i.... ..in, ii,..m three Wright biplanes
tiimiif. , ..". ..----
and ono Hurgcss. '
Lieut. Roy C. Klrtland, who flies the
Durgess tractor biplane, will not go to
Augusta for three weeks, ns he Is en
joying it leave of ubsence. Lieut.
Thomas DeWItt Milling another of the
Wright (Hers, reached Washington cs
terdav from Fort Riley, whore- he rail
ducted n number of successful experi
ments In directing from an aeroplane
the lire of urtlllery. Lieut. Henry H.
1 ,iinl.l whrt lllan USn nt I OTt ItllCy.
stopped off In St. Lends, where he will ,
study a number of aeroplanes munuiac
tured In that city. ....
Thu Curtlss flle rs nre expected to leave
on Friday nfte rneion for Han Diego, CaL,
where the-y will spend tho winter,
Lutherans to Meet.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Young l'cople's Society of Grnce Lu
therun church, will bo held tonight.
I of thin slinph remdv. I
Don t suffer another minute Klv'si
("re am llulm will relieve sou Immedl'
utils and a M-cent bottle will inooj
thnn likely work a complete cure. All
druggists sell It.
Onr lrasp expired on onr MIDI
ncrj Store at tli and Kye Sts. N.
V., and consequently It benime
necessary to consolidate' both our
millinery stock lu our 716 7th ht.
. W., store. As a result ire arc
With this LARGE A0 FASHION.
AI1LK MILMM-KY, and tn effect a
QUICK CLEARAM'E we hare
marked all of our
Sec Roses, silk, and vel
25c Iiuda, .10 In the bunch,
pink and Jack shad"s
J5c all silk ribbon; 5
Inches wide, sard
:5r Hlack Moire Hlbbon,
all Bilk, 5 Inches wide, yd.
20c rutin Kthbons.
white, and all shades, 4'i
Inches wide, )d
J2 Mack felt Sailors, with
$2 CO Trimmed
Jt 50 Trlmnud
$1 00 Trimmed
7 50 Tilmmed
JS 49 Trimmed
J2 00 Hendy to wear
N, W. - & h sts,
Hour : 8 .
Royal Society Package Goods
For Sale in Art Needlework Department.
r,v yk" y't'h' ""
Toyland The Basement Floor
Tens of thousands of toys and games here at a hundred and
one prices from 5c to $50. the Greater Palais Royal "Toyland" is
already famous for the biggest and best toys at 25c, 50c, and $1.00.
Already over one thousand toys, games, and dolls have been picked
out and laid aside for future delivery. Note that a small deposit
I assures this accommodation in
Toyland. Don't forget to look for the daily coupon in The Times
it means really money saved.
Home Needs at Special Prices)
Only From 9 to 11 A. M. I
Toyland is taking up much of this Basement Floor and the
afternoon hours arc being looked upon as the children's. Thus the
morning hours for Home Needs and reduced prices as compen
sation. Tomorrow Morning From 9 to 11
White (.'hint els, 10 pieces
six plate-, sl tea cups, six tea.
saucers, six fruit saucers, six In
dividual butters, 1 vulue,
from 0 to 11 u in . .
Colonial Glass Cranberry Sets.
larKe bowl ami six saucers tn
match .'5c v.elue, from 9 to
11 a. m
Table Tumblers, 0 oz. size, first
quallts-. Sold at 50c dozen. 0
I'rom 9 to 11 a m. each . ..
Iron Coal Hods nlcels Japanned,
with plilent bottom, larero 11,
5c size, from 9 to 11
$25 Suits Reduced to $15
At Nearly Half Usual Prices
1 $6 75 yrth $9-50
The last consignment of
ceivedthe last chance of the
I On Fourth rloor witn mc louowing nuts hi piitc surprises:
P1A Cli ror stanuaru tn w
tblUiOU 117 50 Hubs "t rus-
sels size 8 3x10 0 ft fnoico ot
btst patterns and colorings.
i:ses sch ntlllcalls examined Olasses
IB I aieuratel
, 1 Office 111
aeeiiratelv tltted Consultation frte.
Office Hi st floor nalcons
m. to 6 p. m. G STREET
Each package contains all the ncccs
sary materials with sufficient embroidery
floss to complete the embroidery work.
A diagram is also included showing
arrangement of stitches and directions for
Also a catalogue with illustrations, de
scriptions, and prices of sixty (60) different
All enclosed in scaled package known
as the Royal Society Package Goods, reg
istered in the United States Patent Office.
Prices range from 25c to $1.00 per
package. The apron as illustrated costs
25c. To choose from are centerpieces, pil
low covers, shaving pads, telephone pads,
boudoir sets, shirt waists, and lingerie of
the Greater Palais Royal Basement
This Greater Palais Royal
Basement Floor Tojland Coupon
and two 6eenty-fle ($2.75) en
titles bearer to one $3 50 Schoen
hut Piano, with Klglitecn Kejs,
as Illustrated This coupon fjood
only for Wednesday, November
Knameled double Pollers, with
covtr and lonu handle, Bra, blue
nnd white, ussorted sizes. Worth
to 34c. rrom 'J to 11
Oval Clothes Baskets of best
willow family size 34c al- Qn
ue. from 9 to 11 a m J.IL
Covered Uoastlnir. Fans, heavv
Iron, sire 10x10, for 12 lb Turkes.
25c value, from 9 to 11 117.
a. m JLlv
Note The rinht Is reserved to
limit the quantity allowed each
While comparatively free of
trimmings, the tailoring of these
suits is perfection. The classic
lines you note in the beginning
will be indefinitely retained be
cause of the shrunk canvas and
haircloth that build the coat front.
The skirts, with the "set-in fan,"
are somewhat wider at the feet I
than earlier 'models, but otherwise
they conform closely to the figure.
Some of the models are gems the
silk-bound cutaway suits of two
tone diagonal cloths are among
these distinguished models.
these Lace Curtains has been just re
year to secure or offer such bargain.
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DJ.i!.JO Riuss-of Itrussels, Ax-
iiunstrr anti union, size iixi; icet.
minster and Wilton.
No ettonds all pel feet
G and Eleventh