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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1012
Committee Named By Im
, provement Association
To Act on Project.
8IJITLAND. M1. Nov :i.-rians to
provide trolley car facilities for Sult
iHnd nnd Mclnltj, tlnoiiich the. extension
of one of the Washington street cnr
lines or else In the equipping of an
independent coinpanv bctueen Anacos
tla and Sultland, arc uppermost wltli
the Sultland Improvement Association.
Last night the association met In tho
home of IJ. K. Jenkins, with Charles
I Jenkins, the president, In tho chair,
and recognized Its strict nillwuj com
mlttee with the following members:
Charles EMwIsle, of Anncostla, chair
man; Dr. C. H Weiss, of Anacostla;
(Jeorge Hess, William A. Harrison, of
Bultland. and Robert F. Hraelbury, of
A communication from the Capital
Traction Compaiij ns read, stating
that compunj's Inability to take up tho
matter of an extension to Hullland at
this time. Thu fact that an amount,
estimated to V lit) 000. will probably bo
obtained through subscription In tho
ccnt that It heroines nicessury to
call upon cltlrens to aid In the building
or extension of a trollej line, was dis
cussed, but It was made plain that
no such sum has been pledged, nor has
nny one been approached on such n sub
ject. Committee Gets Power.
It was otcd to KUc the rillwav com
mltto full power to act in such manner
as It deems best to secure street car
facilities Tho members mi) seek to
have ono of the Washington roads ex
tended, or they ma tr to obtain a
special charter for a new line.
It was agreed to drop the iiuestlon of
the conditions reported heretofore as
existing In tho Stanton School, at Goo 1
Hope, D. C, because It was niado
known that manj riuplls hee been sent
to other buildings this tear, while there
has been ntiother rcduitlon in iiuinlierM
through the enforcement of the non
resident law Under these circum
stances. It was pointed out, the number
of touchers Is sufficient and the loca
tion of the grades better understood by
Appeal to Congressmen.
Maryland Congressmen will be op.
pealed to by the association to hao an
appropriation made for the g
POLICE ARE AFTER
HUNTERS AND DOGS
Anacostia Officer Gets Hat and Hound After Long Chase
Through Woods Offenders Escape Into
WASHINGTON TIMES nurtKAu.
ANACOSTIA. U. C. NOV. :!.
Men and bojs who tramp through
tho woods with elogs, ostensibly for
exercise, but hoping In reality to sco
the nnlmafs pick up tho trail of a rab
bit as tho favorite haunts of tho bun
nies aro passed oer, gemernlly mean
ing that tho zest of the hunt ensuen,
will llnd suburban policemen Joining In
the chase, bent on effecting their cap
turo and preferring charges of viola
tion of tho ganio law against them.
In the country district adjacent to
Anacostla, where rabbltM and birds are
Plentiful, after tho protection of tho
District game laws for a num.'er of
years, tho temptation of tho owners of
hunting dogs to witness their anlmala
In action after the quarry has not been
unobserved by the police.
A 'flno specimen of the hunting log
and a derby lint, carefully looked after
at tho Anacostla police station, tell the
story of ono of theso hunting partlcu
In tho woods esterda. Tho watch
fulness of Mounted I'ollccman Frank
Dent was responsible for tho abrupt
ending of tho chase, which was going
on In ralrley's woods Policeman Dent
was on the watch for suih violations
and ho viewed tho men and dogs run
ning about. When he gave chaso tho
men dived Into tho deepest thickets, but
not before ono of them left IUh derb
hat In tho possession of tho policeman.
Tho officer then captured ono of tho
dogs He took dog and hat to tho Ana
costla station house whore they await
lelentlUcatlon. In the event that the
ovvner appears ho will bo charge with
violation of the game law, but If th.
dog is unclaimed It will bo sent to
the pound, as It was found running at
large without license or muzzle. The
value of tho dog Relzed by the police
man Is estimated to be 40.
Anacostla policemen have taken
rltnrce of tho prem scs In Ganlold that
ue" occupied formerly by ""'
ltiichauan, whose sudden death "t the
ago of slxtj-tveo earn was mudo a
matter of investigation by the coroner,
as ne phvslclan had been called to at
tend her. Death was pronounced to be
duo to heart dleuso Klin wns found
dead in the. kitchen by I'ollccman How
arel Morgcl, who gained entrance
through a window.
.,.- . .i.. nt tho wntnnn has been nre-
i have nn ' " , feVourlal. but It remains In tho
rad.lng ot I Swelling. whlle the authorities are
Pennsvlvania uvenue from urancn uvc- seeking 10 coiiiiiiuuij.i ,::."
nue to the Bowen road kto ascertain their wishes as to Its ells-
A committed composed of Robert F. f position. One of them, V,. H. oimg,
Bradbury, chairman. George II. ss. and Wives n Uurhnm. N. - "n1 , ' .rJ
William A Harrison was named to I'nla Young. Is a resmini or iia
work on this project. It was stated West H :'" '"' &,Vof Mrs
that the grading will he adjacent to the- the police report of th death of Mrs
parks that will be made out of old H''i'innn;"',I" " i des gnated as
Ports Davis and Dupont. and It was colored vetcraii, s e, B'B,finJ1I"
thought both can be done at the same a white woman Tlie nollie vv 111 remain
lime? Robert F. Bradbury was elected In charge of the prem l until some
lO iiicjiiuvi cuif. i
Warn Health Officers
About Bad Oranges
Close watch for oranges alleged to
havo been "sweated," or given a ripe
nppcarance bv use of artificial heat, Is
lelng maintained bv the Health Depart
ment In the District.
The Florida Citrus Kxelnnge, of
Tampa, which last jeir notified the
department that shipments of Immature
fruit hod been made, has renewed Us
"The Florida State law," said C. N.
Williams, Washington mannger of the
exchange, "prohibits the shipment out
of the btnte of groin and Immature
oranges The law, however. Is evaded
hy many shippers, and green fruit Is
Hooding the markets of the North, de
spite the efforts of the exchange to have
tho law enforced. Owing to the efforts
of the exchange, three carloads of green
oranges were se'zed rocentlj. as they
wero about to be shipped out ot the
Made Altitude Tests
In Wright Machines
By ascending 2,0ln f t in ten min
utes, William Kabltzke, the aviator,
demonstrating four Wright mac'.ilnes
for tho Oovernmt nt at College Park,
jestcrday passed the altitude test re
quired of the scout midlines At thu
end of thlrty-nvi mlnutis in the two
hour engine emluianii test he was
forced to descend
lieutenant (lelgir who li is been or
dered to Sin Dle,o I'd will leave De
cember 1, to operate tin (irtls acios,
will probably reach the coast In two
or three weeks
responsible for the tiropcrtj. One of
th nun from. the Eleventh precinct
stands guaru uay emu i,ni. .umuu ....
An across tho continent trip to the
Government Hospital for the Insane by
eleven jounir soldiers, entitled to ad
mission to the Institution by reason of
their military service, performed In the
Philippines, had no ill effects upon the
Insano patients, who reached tho hos
pital on Monday. They came, from tho
;,.,t.iin ifnanttnl Han Francisco. Cat..
and their cases nre of the Hind familiar
to the alienists ni me cwiHiuuriii nun
pltal through frequent admissions of
this class of insane.
The fifteen aged and helpless men
who wero received at the nsjlum for
the Insano vesterday from Leavenworth
Kan., veterans of tho civil war. madu
a contrast to tho cases mentioned
above. They wero Inmates of tho Na
tional Homo for Disabled Volunteer
Soldiers at Leavenworth, Kan.
They had traveled all night. Their
cases, too, aro familiar, being similar
to hundreds of old civil vr soldiers
now under treatment In St. Elizabeth's
and In general affording no hopo for
Tho marriage this morning at 10:30
o'clock In Ht. Aloslus' Church, Wash.
Ington, of Miss Catheitno Cocella Wolfe,
daughter of Sir. and Mrs. John CI.
Wolfe, of 1011 New Jersey avenue north
west, and John J Downey, of Ana
costla, was witnessed by a small com
pany, numbering only relatives and
close friends of tho couple. Tho ecre
mony was performed by the Itev. W. l
Gannon, 8. J. of St. Aloyslus.
Tho brldn was attended by Miss
Josephine M. Wolfe, her sister, as
bridesmaid. William U Wolfe, brother
of tho bride, was tho best man. Tho
brldo's dress was u becoming trnvellnsr
suit of blue material, and Immediately
after tho quiet ceremony Mr. and Mrs.
Downey left on their bridal trip. They
will go to the upper Hudson and later
visit Atlantic City. They will bo at
homo after December 2 at tho Augusta,
New Jersey and New York avenues
Tho brldn has a large circle of friends
In thn cltj. and Mr. Downey, who Is a
member of a" well-known Anacostla
family, Is eonnected with tho Washing
ton tlty postofMce.
Mr. and Mrs Oeorgo 1', Pjles aro In
Falconer. N. 1.. whero they wero pres
ent at the reception given last evening
in that city to Mr. und Mrs. Otto I',
llohman by Mr. und Mrs Martin Boh
man, of Fnlroner. Mrs. Bohman was
Miss Mabel Plcs beforn her marriage,
and sho and Mr, llohman wero wedded
In Anacostla several weeks ago.
Zone Pyles, son of Dr and Mrs It A.
Pyles, Is recovering In Providence Hos
pital after u surgical operation for ap
pendicitis. Dr. nnd Mrs Bernard (llueek have re
turned to the Government Hospital
after a trip to Milwaukee, Wis , whero
Dr. Olueck. who Is In rhorge of tho
criminal department of tit. Elizabeth's,
Dr. Francis Barner, clinical director
of tho Government Hospital, has gomt
to Boston, Mass, and will visit other
cities on his trip, which will last a week
Women of Today
Flayed By Patriot
At the annual meeting nnd banquet of
the Sons of tho American Revolution,
at Rauschei' lost evening, Col Gilbert
C Knlffen compared tho woman of tho
colonial and the crlnollno period with
tho woman of today, und awarded tho
palm to tho former. Ho deplored frivol
ity, bridge playing, and other waste of
time, and said: "Our grandmothers and
great-grandmothers wero too busy rear
ing children to wusto tlmo on frivolous
amusements. Each child of the many
our great-grandmothers rulsed was to
her a star In the crown of rejolrlng "
An original poem was pad on John
Paul Jones by H O. Hall, and V J.
Woodman sang a solo called ' One
Thousand Years." W. II. Cox, presi
dent of tho society, presided.
TO OPEN If HOME
NEXT MONDAY NOON
Remodeling of Quarters in
Chandler Building Is
The Young Women's Christian Asso
ciation will open Its new quarters In
tho Chandler building, OK F street, next
Monday noon. Tho remodeling of tho
property to suit the needs of tho asso
ciation has been completed, and tho
painters and paperhnngcrs havo now al
most finished tho last touches.
Tho association will occupy tho front
part of tho second floor and the entire
third floor of tho Chandler building. On
tho second floor will be tho lunch room,
ono of tho most successful features of
tho Institution. Tho new lunch room
will scut 110 persons. It runs tho entire
width of tho building along F street and
Is well lighted. Tho kitchen adjoining
tho dining room Is complete and thor
oughly sanitary. Tho general office of
tho association Is also on tho second
floor. . .
On tho third floor aro thn library,
class rooms, rest room, gymnasium,
looker rooms, and club rooms.
Tho library Is well lighted and much
moro satisfactory than tho one the as
sociation Is vacating. Tho reception
looms, two largo ones, adjoin tho
library. The Sunday afternoon vosper
jervlces will be held here.
The Rmnaslum occupies a room mora
than sixty feet long, and Is equipped
with tho most upproved apparatus for
girls' Bjmnaslums Two largo locker
rooms und the shower baths udjoln tho
Kjmnasluni. With the Increased facili
ties, It Is believed the gmnaslum will
becomo more popular than ever.
Theru nru several class rooms on tho
third Moor, one being the room for tho
Fngllsh und languagn lie partment, of
which Miss Alice II. Drake Is thn head.
There Is unotln r room for religious
work. In which Miss Alice Holmes Is thn
Instructor. One of the features of tho
floor Is tho rest room, filled with
couches, where s'lence Is maintained,
that Klrls may have a fow minutes real
rest In the midst of a buty day or at
One of thn brightest rooms In tho
building Is the class room for domestic
art, where dresimaklng and millinery Is
taught New tables and machines have
also been provided for this room
Thn campllfo girls will havn a special
room, to bo known ns tho Junior club
room. The pills may como hero and
havo their supper at the same price
they would have to pay for car fare
home After the supper they are enter
tained anil Instructed. Thn lunch room
und gvmnaMum will be moved Satur
dn). and the other branches later on In
the week. No mt als will bo served on
Siturd.i) The Hunday afternoon ves
per services will be held this week In
the old quarters at Twelfth and F
Thli Is the first time thn association
has moved since Its organization snven
sear ago. In that limn thn member
ship has gTown to 2 200 With tho
superior advantages and attractions In
tho new quarters, leaders In the usso.
elation hope for even greater results
In tho future.
Rev. Dr. McCormick Speaks
On Jiuan Luis Vives at
Tho Rev. Dr. Patrick J. McCormick
Is tho lecturer today In tho Thursday
series bcln- given this fall and winter,
at tho Catholic. University of Amer
ica. Father McCormick will bo heard
at McMahon Hall at 4.30 o'clock on
"Juan Luis Vlves, Educator." Vlvea, as
his name Indicates, was a Spaniard, who
flourished In tho first half of tho six
Last week Mgr. fihahan, rector of the
university, was the lecturer. Next week
Dr. Charles H. McCarthy will talk upon
"Literature and Politics."
Students of the Catholic Unlrersltr
last evening heard an address by Walter
Gregory Smith, of Philadelphia, on
"Uniform State Laws," Mr. Smith
sneaking under the auspices of the Law
Club of the Institution. The lecturer,
who Is a former president of tho Con
ference on Uniform Btate Laws, said
that a grave problem lies In the lack
of certainty In the balance of power be
tween the Stales and the Federal Gov
ernment, together with thn lack of uni
formity In tho State laws which regu
Uniformity, according to the speaker. Is
greatly needed In respect to laws on
other subjects "Laws pertaining to
marrlaga and divorce, to conveyance of
property and thn probato of wills, com
mercial law, and Industrial and com
mercial regulation must be uniform for
the whole country," said Mr. Smith.
A musical program preceded the ad
dress of tho evening.
Elects New Officers
B. W. Woodward Is tho new president
of the Twenty-four-hour-a-day Club,
George Otis Smith Is vice president,
James Sharp, second vlro president;
William Knowles Cooper, secretary,
nnd M IV. Baldwin, treasurer. Tho
board of governors Is composed of the
officers and C. A Asplnwall, Charles
I Bliss, Benjamin R. Johnson. Iaw
renee R. Lee. II. R. F Macfarland.
Hansford S Miller, Miles H. Shand, and
W B. Washburn.
The annual election of officers fol
lowed a reception at thn homo of 8. W
Woodward last evening in honor of
Frank M. Ilrorkman. associate, seere
tary of the Y. M C A. at Beoul, Korea;
Dr Byngman Rhee, national student
secretary of thn Y. M C. A. In the
Korean kingdom, nnd W. B Pettus.
national college secretary of the Y. M.
C. A. organization of China.
IIRBANA. III. Npv. a -The annual
conference of the high school teachers
of Illinois began today at the Btate Uni
versity here, and wMl continue In ses
sion until the end of the week.
IN LIBRARIES HERE
Harvard Has Many Valuable
Volumes on Nations
With tho eyes of the world on the
military operations being carried on
about Constantinople, It Is Interesting to
know that ono of tho best collection of
books on Turkey and the Balkan states
In the world Is contained Invln Ameri
can library, tho great library at Har
vard University, where It Is known as
the Riant collection. This collection Is
Interestingly described In a bulletin Just
Issued by the United States Bureau of
ISducatlon. It was acquired by Harvard
In U99 and has since been added to un
til today, tho section on the Ottoman
Empire comprises about 400 volumes.
Among other valuable collections of
books In American libraries Is the Dante
collection at Cornell University, prob
ably tho most Important In Its lino In
existence. It Is said, and there Is a
collection on tho French revolution In
the same Institution which Is said to bo
not surpassed oven In France.
Thn most remarknblo set of Bibles In
the world. It Is said. Is In the library
of the General Theological Seminary In
Now York. It comprises a number of
first editions and unique copies. Nw
York city also has one of the most
nearly complete collections of books on
Hebrew subjects In the world, that In
the Jewish Theological Seminary, con
sisting of 33.000 volumes.
One of the finest libraries of Jap
anese, material Is fo bo found at Yale
University. In the Masonic ulbrury nt
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, la a collection of
books on mstlc subjects, which, it Is
said, can scarcely Im duplicated In
Duiope There Is an equally Important
una valuable couectlon or Masonic lit
erature In the Massachusetts Grand
Lodce of Masons In Boston.
For works on German socialism. It
Is said, ono may find ono of thn finest
collections in tne worm at tne wis
consln Btate Historical Library, ot
Madison, where tho Schluetcr collection
contains many works not found even
In thn archives of the German Social
Democracy In Derlln
The Newberry Public Llbrsrv of Chi
cago is pointed to us containing a con
spicuous collection of works on the
history and theory of music by Italian
authors The Carnegie Llbary of
Pittsburg, contains about 40,000 volumes
on the natural sciences and useful irts.
and the Missouri Botanical Garden
Libra rj, at St. Louis. Is especially
rich In monographs and floras
The modern Idea In library, making.
It Is said. Is to concentrate on some one
field of endeavor rather than to scatter,
because It has been found that Investiga
tors can pursue their work more eusllv
In a single library which covers ono
field Instead of having to divide their
endeavors umonc a number of dif
Taft Names Chicagoan.
Edward D. Ajer, a wealthy Chicagoan,
haH been appointed a member of tho
board of Indian Commissioners by tho
Edward II. Droop, newly elected pres
Ident of the Board of Trade, Is now en
gaged in appointing his standing; com
mittees lor tho year.
Many numes havo already been
chosen, and Invitations to serve sent
out, but It will probably be several days
before alt the replies aro In and the
commmee rous maue puDiic.
Tho membership committee, whoso ac
tivities during tho past lear have In
creased the membership In the Board of
Trade from 777 to moro than 1,000. will
be the guests or secretary w. J. Eynon
at a dinner at the Columbia Country
Club Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. In
vitations wero sent out Tuesday.
DROOP IS SEEKING
New President of Board of Trade
Selects Men to Aid His
After Thirty Year' Experience I
Ilare Produced An Appliance
for Men, Women or Children
That Cares Rupture.
I Head It 0 Trial.
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corns to m. Where others fall Is whers I
have my greatest aucccss. Uend attached
On Ankle. Watery Fluid Would Dry
and Peel Off Like Fish Scales,
Also on Fingers. Cuticura Soap
and Ointment Cured.
817 8. Wolfe St., Dalttmore, Md "My
trouble was caused by a severe sprained
ankle. Use bruited blood not baring been
drawn off caused a skin aJTec
tlon which the doctors pro
nounced eczema. It first
started with an Itching and
burning, with very dry skin.
Constant scratching, espe
cially during the night finally
broke the skin, and during
tlie day the watery fluid that
came from It, would dry and
1 peel off like fish scales. My stocking would
tick to my ankle as ir It were glued. It
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had It on my fingers.
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Cuticura Ointment and bound the anklet
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and shows no signs of Irritation, whea
previous to utlng tha Cuticura Boap and
Ointment It was bard, scaly and Inflamed.':
(Signed) T. W. IleDderson, Dec. 2. 1011.
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dress poat-card "Cuticura, Dept T, Doiton "
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Every Article in Our Store Is Marked in Plain Figures at the Credit Price
Another Lot of Friday Specials
Time It! In Five Minutes the Gas,
Sourness, Heartburn, and Indi
gestion Misery Is Gone.
Do some foods ou cat hit bnck tasto
good, but woik budly; ferment Into
stubborn lumps nnd cnuso a Blck, sour,
Kussy stomach? Now, Mr or Mrs Djs
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un) thing so nfel quli k, so certalnlv
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Most remedies utve jou relief some-
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stomach In a healthy condition so the,
misery won't come buek. j
you reel different as soon as uiapep-
Last weak our plan of offering one-dny specials brought a buying response
that was very gratifying.
Tho reputation of this firm assures the public that a reduction in prices
here means an opportunity to buy our regular, reliable values at an actual sav
ing. There is no suspicion that vro may be ottering lower than our standard
qualities in order to quote lower prices.
We put a guaranty back of every article leaving our store, and this guar
anty means that actual service must show the article to be exactly as represented,
or we will replace it without question.
Our form of credit accommodation is more helpful than that of any other
house in Washington. Tell us that you wish purchases charged on an open
account and we'll arrange to divide the payments as you may find it convenient.
There are no notes to sign, and no interest to pay.
Bemeraber our carpet offer, which is always in force: Wo make, line,
and lay them free, and charge you nothing for whatever may be wasted in cut
ting to match figures.
"The Chaperon' was given by tho
Qonzaca riajcrs In (ionz.iKa College
Hall last night for .lie lt time this
..niAn Thfi nlfl li t una nrmlnrntl lin
... .......,... ...... ,.. .... , you Ieel amcrenI aH soon us uiuM'p-
?" ,h ?,lr""". .i Mr" ." ! ' "I"; ' sin comes in contact with the stomach-
Dining Room Tables
Wo carry many stylcB In goltlon
oak and early English finish. Tho
lino ranges in price from $5 to $60.
Special Friday G-foot Golden Oak
Extension Table 54-lnch top, clus
Reduced from $35 to $30.
A handsome style In mission finish;
extends to G-foot length.
Reduced from $17.50 to $14.
loran. und amont: thom who anneared
in It were the Mlse Angela Van Uoren,
Dorothj CSalt, Mazle Mejeis, Mary
Illundcn, Chuilotte dams, llrnestlno
Glarchettl, .Marli Ma lone j Kathleen
Smith and Kllznhtth Wuteis
A. S Tennell, Jr and Irwin Cosgro
contributed mushal numbers The ten
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much to the sue cess of tin evening.
distress Just anlshes your stomach gets
sweet, no gases no oeicuing, no eructa
tions of undigested food, jour head
clears, and jou feel line
Go now, make the best Investment you
eer made bj getting a large fifty-cent
case of I'apo s Diapepsin from any drug
store. You re.illzo In llo minutes how
needless It Is to suffer from Indigestion,
ilyspcpsln or nny stomach disorder.
Tho Safety Tread is your skid-brake
on the street. When a skid starts,
the forward bar of the tread auto
matically pushes the ooze out of the
wayand keeps it away while the
bars behind get a firm grip on the
clean spot under the tire.
Things will "'brake' your way" with
safety TT apA GL
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Quality features the entire line and
regular prices are so low that It's
impossible to mako big reductions.
Special Friday A ery attractive
pattern In golden oak, hand-rubbed
polish; largo French plato mirror.
Reduced from $50 to $45.
A better value In early English
Reduced from $60 to $50.
A stylo that Is substantially mndo
and well finished, In golden oak;
Reduced from $15 to $12.50.
Special Friday Ono of our pret
tiest styles In high! poliBhed mahog
Reduced from $15 to $12.50.
Our display of Bureaus is Impres
sive. Many aro Individual pieces,
while others hae dressing table and
chiffonier to match, if you wish them.
There are styles In all tbo different
woods and at a wtdo range in price.
Special Friday A good-looking
Dresser of golden oak; well mado
Reduced from $17.50 to $15.
Ono of our finest patterns In ma
hogany finish; hand-rubbed piano
Reduced from $85 to $70.
Another stylo of Bureau In golden
oak, substantially built; roomy draw
ers; large mirror.
Reduced from $27.50 to $20.
We'll mention two of the medium
priced patterns. Wo havo more olab
orato ones up to $100, but the line
1h bo complete that you may choose
nt almost any figure you wish.
Special Friday A Golden Oak
Chiffonier, with large drawers; high
ly polished; French-plate mirror.
Reduced from $27.50 to $22.50.
Another pattern In golden oak, tho
colonial design; ono of our best
Reduced from $20 to $16.50.
This week tho specials are taken
from suites at modcrato prices.
We carry a large line at prices
ranging from $20 to $160. Our quali
ties are guaranteed for absolute
satisfaction in tbelr wear.
Special Friday A 5-plece suite,
polished mahogany frames; uphol
stered In tapestry.
Reduced from $35 to $30.
A 3-plece suite, with polished ma
hogany frnmes; seats upholstered In
Reduced from $27.50 to $22.50.
Wo display them In large assort
ment, both plain and rope styles, at
prices from $3 to $80.
Special Friday Several very pret
ty patterns of first-class quality.
Reduced from $7.50 to $5.
Everything hero from tho smallest
oil heater to tho largest base burner
and kitchen range.
Special Friday An excellent heat
ing stove, burning coal.
Reduced from $5.50 to $4.50.
Don't forget tho great value that
we give you In an oil heater.
Special at $2.75.
Iron and Brass Beds
Hero is a Una containing somo ot
tho best values In our store. Wo'to
marked all prices low and tho re
ductions glvo jou extra bargains.
Special Friday Ono of our heavy
styles, in whlto enameled Iron Beds;
4 ft. 6 In. wide.
Reduced from $15 to $10.
A lighter pattern, In whlto enamel,
with brass knobs; 4 ft. 6 in. wide.
Reduced from $6.50 to $4.75.
A very handsome Brass Bed; heavy
posts and fillers; 4 ft. G in. wtdo;
bright, durable finish.
Reduced -from $65 to $57.50.
A less expensive style, but with
largo posts and top rails; strong
fillers; 4 ft. 6 In. wide; guaranteed
Reduced from $37.50 to $30.
You'll bo interested In this line,
for cold weather will soon be here.
Special Friday Our Batln-nnish
Down Comforts, In beautiful designs
Reduced from $15 to $12.50.
Strictly All-wool BlanketB of an
Reduced from $12 to $9.
A line ot Bedspreads, many attrac
tive patterns for choice.
Reduced from $5 to $4.
This season a much larger and
moro varied stock than we'vo usual
Special Friday Just to attract you
to this department, ono of our at
Reduced from $5 to $3.
at Bargain Prices
Special Friday rrompter Alarm
Reduced from $2.75 to $1.75.
Special Friday Dinner Set of 100
Reduced from $12 to $10.
Special F r I d a y Portablo Gaa
Reduced from $7.50 to $5.
Special Friday An assortment of
handsome Vases, marked from $2 to
Reduced to $1.50 for Choice.
Special Friday A lino of Jardi
nieres and Pedestals.
Reduced from $5 to $3.
Special Friday A prettily deco
rated Chocolate Set.
Reduced from $3.50 to $2.50.
Special Friday Toilet Set of good
quality and appearance.
Reduced from $3.50 to $2.50.
Peter Grogan & Sons Company, 81 7 to 823 Seventh Street