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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
FILL QUAKER CITY
"Votes For Women" Ban
ners Everywhere at
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. :i.-From tho
North. East, South, and West suf
iraglBta. both men and women, flocked
here today to attend tho forty-foui tli
annua! convention of tho National
Rk Woman Suffrage Association.
BhorOy before noon twenty automo
biles elaborately decorated with "votes
zr women" banners gathered the
speakers for a mass meting In historic
Independence square. Five platforms
"ad been erected, and the convention
wag opened with a simultaneous out
burst of applause. Tho leading declara
tion of rights by Mrs. Otis Skinner
featured the demonstration.
From the four recently enfranchised
States Kansas, Oregon, Arizona, and
Michigan speakers were selected to tell
their fellow-delegates "how to do It."
Equally Interesting facts were given by
Wisconsin and Ohio advocates whoso
spirits were not oven dampened by their
Among the most prominent of the
(Treat gathering are Miss Jane Ad
dams, of Hull House, Chicago ; M.ss
Florence Allen, of Utah; Mrs. Robert
I Follctte, of Wisconsin; Mrs. Caro
lina Bartlett Crane, of Kalamazoo.
Mich., and Mrs. Camilla ton Klenzo, of
The District will be represented at the
nnual convention of tho National Worn
inn'B Suffrage Association, which opened
(In Philadelphia this morning. Miss
lHorencc Etherldge, president of the
folate Equal Suffrage Association; Mrs.
plelen Gardner, executhe member of
he association; Mrs. Belva Lockwood,
(delegate; Miss Alice T. Jenkins, dele
gate, and Mrs. Nina E. Allender, presi
dent of tnc Stanton Equul Suffrage
lub, left last night for Philadelphia,
uuid will bo located at tho Hotel Walton.
I Supporters of equal suffrage hire are
iclated over tho results of tho recent
election, by which four now States,
'Oregon, Kansas, Arizona, and Michigan,
joined the ranks of equal suffrage com
imunltles, and one of the features of the
(Convention, which will continue until
November 26, will bo a Jollification oicr
Election of national officers for the
nsulng year Is also expected to pro
duce some excitement, but aa there are
aio candidates from the District, the
event la not of especial lntorcst here.
RIDDLED WITH SHOT
Works of Oriental Christian
Writers To Be Issued By
Car Passes Over Dog, and Owner
Opens Fire on Occupants
ERIE, Pa.. Nov. 21. IH s charged that
because William II. Forster's heavy
touring automobile had run over and
crushed his dog to death, Lloyd Pas
torlous, late yesterday afternoon,
emptied both burrels of hla shotgun at
the rear end of the automobile. Tho
three occupants, Mr. Forster, his wife,
and the chauffeur, Ooorge Kellar, were
riddled with shot. Pastorlous admitted
the shooting when he gave himself up
to the police. At tho time a posse was
scouring the vicinity for him.
Mr. Forster and his wife are 'n Hamot
Hospital In a crltal condition. Kellur has
fully fifty shots Imbedded In his hands,
head, and arms. Mrs. Forster had Just
turned to look out the mica w'ndow In
tho rear curtain of tho automobile when
I'astortous fired. Tho left side of her
face and neck were filled with shot.
More than 100 were extracted last night
at the hospital. She will not recover. It
Judgment of $11,000
Asked Against Allan
'X Judgment for 111,000, tho alleged
balance on the purchase prlco of cer
tain bonds, Is asked by Samuel J, Mus
ters In a suit tiled In the District Su
preme Court against Frank I). Allan. It
Is set forth In the bill which was filed
through Attorneys Wilton L Lambert
and Rudolph II. Yeatmun, that prior
to February 16, last. Masters had put
In a bid to purchase u largo tract of
land at Stott's Park, D. C , In equity
proceedings against tho District Con
crete Company for tho sum of J22.100,
and that Allan agreed In coni'dera
lon of Masters turning over to him all
of his rights In the purchaso of tho
property to purcnase or me Masters
flfty-four bonds of the company allied
at J27.000, for tho sum of J12.200. the
purchase money to bo paid In Install
ments after a cash rajment of $1,200.
The suit Is to recoier the balance of
111,000 due after .Masters n.id set over
to Allan all of his rights to purchase
the property In Stott's Park, Allan hav.
ing paid tho flrst Installment and 'ho
first payment on account of tho pur
chase of Ihe real estate.
Gnauffeur Is Pined
For His Collision
Charles A. nurrell, a chauffeur In
the employ of tho Terlmlnal Taxlcab
I Compuny, chaigcd with wilfully col
liding with an electric brougham in
which MIbs Helen Leary. of this city
was riding, was lined JJ5 hy Judge
Pugh of tho District Police Court es
terday. Tho accident occurred In the earlv
part of October, since which tlmo Mis
jeary aim no niumci, vnu i til
ing with her at the. time, havo been
recovering from Injuries recUved In
Of Grand Army Post
I Department Commander J. D. Blood
good and his staff made tho annual lsl
tatlon and Inspection of Lincoln Post,
No. 8, Grand Armv of the Republic,
last night In G. A. R. Hull
I Accompanying the commander were
V Thomas II. McKee, senior ilco com
mander; J. K. tJleeson lunlor vice com
mander; Osborn Oldrojd, assistant
adjutant generul; E D Ooilfr y depa t
inent Inspector, und C. II Robinson,
mustering officer. J E. Hurt Is the
inspector for Lincoln Post,
Tho Catholic University of America.
hy loto of Its trustees, will unite with
tho University of Louvaln, In llclglum.
In the publication of tho great Paris
collection of Oriental Christian writers,
seventy-flvo volumes of which have al-.
This great enterprtso will contain all I
the Christian writers In 8yriac. Coptic,
Ethloplc, and Arabic, and will havo tho
co-operation of many distinguished
scholars from tho universities of Europe.
Several oIumes will be published by
the Catholic University of America, to
gether with tho University of Louvaln,
each year. I
The decision to take over the ex-1
tensive work was reached at a meeting I
of the trustees of tho university yes
terday afternoon. Cardinal Olbbons
presided, and tho other trustees present
were Archbishops Qulgley, of Chicago, ',
and Prendcrgast, 'of Philadelphia;
lllshops Maes, of Covington, Ky.; Foley,
of Detroit; Canevln, of Pittsburgh, and
Harklns, of Providenco; Mgr. Lavellc,
of New York, and Mgr. Shahan, rector
of the university; Wulter George Smith,
of Philadelphia, and former Senator
Kerns of Utah.
The trustees visited Gibbons Hall and
saw tho progress In the erection of this i
Duuuing. rue prelate inr wnom it is
named was congratulated by his rol
leaguei on Jhe board of trustees over
this addition to tho university.
Motor Goes Over Bank;
Girls Not Badly Hurt
Physicians attending Miss Margaret
Kaufman, daughter of D. J. Kaufman,
and Miss Sarah Koenlgsbcrgcr, of 130G
Belmont street northwest, who had a
remarkable escape from death when an
electric automobile In which they were
riding went over a steep embankment at
Massachusetts uvcnuo and Lovers' lane,
said today Unit neither young woman
had been seriously hurt.
Something went wrong with the
mechanism while, going up a hill
In Lovers' Lane. The machine stopped
and then started backing down
tho hill Miss Kaufman endeavored to
guide the machine, hut did not apply the
brakes nlf nuy down the automobile
went over the embankment, throwing
both occupants out.
Elopers, By Sprint,
Catch Bermuda Boat
NEW YORK, Nov. 21.-Just ni the
steamer Oruba, bound for Bermuda,
was drawing out of her pier, a joung
man and woman, who said they were
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Hoover, an
eloping couple from Chicago, dashed up
In a taxlcab. Without taking time to
pay the driver they ran toward the pier
end The Oruba wui stopped and the
elopers taken on board in a happy
frame of mind.
While the steamer was being halted
the couplo told the pier superintendent
that they wero married In Chicago, not
telling their parent, planning to spend
their honeymoon In tho Bermudas.
CHICAGO, 111 , Nov. II. Tho executive
committee of the Nut'ona! Press Asso
ciation, representing tho weekly and
small dally newspapers of tho entire
country, has been called to meet In Chi
cago tomorrow to prepare a program
for the next nnnual convention of the
assocatlon, nnd to select a place for the
gathering. It Is understood that Now
York, Chicago, San Francisco, Denver,
nnd several other cities desire to enter
tain tho association.
Lecture on Indian.
The Rev. Gilbert L. Wilson, in charge
uf the American Indian exhibit at the
"World In Baltimore," a missionary ex
position now Ixl'ig held In Baltimore,
will tell tho congregation of tho New
York Avenue Presbyterian Church of
this cltv tonight at 8 o'clock something
of the American redskin und his ways.
Alimony and Child.
Justice Barnard In Equity Court No. 1
has granted an absolute divorce to
Mary W. Lewis from Clarence B. Lewis
and gavo thu mother tho custody of the
one child. Mrs. Lewis was alio award
ed nllmonv In tho sum of $20 a month
for tho support of her child.
Jap Warship Launched.
YOKOSUKA, Japan, Nov. 21.-The
battleship lllei, Japan's biggest fighting
craft, was launched hero today. It Is of
2T.00U tons displacement.
2 Tired feet With But
a Single Thought TIZ
For Acliliiffi Mistering, Bunloncd,
Chafed, Tired, .Sweulj Feet
Send for n free Trial l'nekngr Quick.
You needn't rubber to see loot misery;
It Is forced to jour attention every day.
But there Isn't as much of It as there
used to be TIZ. has educated us to
foot comfort. TIZ works on a new
principle goes Into the sweat glands
of tho feet, forces them to exude all
those acids und poisons that cause
foot troubles TIZ softens corns, cal
louses nnd bunions, they Bhrlnk and
fade awaj. Toot pains cease at once.
There Is nothing else known abso
lutely nothing else to take tho place
of u TIZ foot bath Get a 25 cent box
from any dtug store dtpattment or
generul store, or, If mu want to prove
It, wrlto todav to Solter Luthei Dodge
& Co , 122J H. Wulmsh Ave, Chicago,
III, for a frco trial packago of TIZ.
One TIZ foot bath and vnur feet will
never want ap thing but TIZ.
HECHT & COMPANY, II 513-515-517 Seventh St. II HECI IT & COMPANY,
513-515-517 Seventh St.
HECHT & COMPANY, II 513515-517 Seventh St.
Sale of the Blum Department Stores' Stock
743-745-747 8th St. S. E. ,
The Most Extraordinary Event in Many Days
For substantial bargain giving, this out-of-the-ordinary stock purchase of one
of Washington's pioneer department stores has broken all precedents the FIRST
DAY. Enthusiasm runs high throughout our big store. Nearly every department
has desirable merchandise from the Blum Stores to offer you; and vast as they are
these stocks have begun to dwindle already.
If you were not here today, come tomorrow, for the values are such that
they'll not be duplicated for some time to come. We hu,vo only a few days in which
to affect an absolute clearance, as Christmas displays must not be interfered with.
Here's Friday's budget of this extraordinary distribution.
The Blum Stores' Silks and Dress Goods
...iJ!,I.LJ..AND 8,LK AM COTTON PAIIIUCS 27 Inches
yiuu; i in range or colors; ulso black. Ilium's r!co 30c
Our prlco ,
nitnss coons ami suitings
38 inches wide: all colors and
uiucii; wooi nnisu.
Ilium's prlco up to
60c Our price
SATIN MESS4LINE 36 Inches
wide' the soft ellnelnir kind? full
juiiKc ui colors ami
mack, mums vrlre, $1,
nuns SILKS All tho sea-
norm newest weaves.
Ilium's prices 59c
nnd 79c. Our prlco
COIIDUItOV AM) VELVETEEN
is in. wine, nrloilH
colors, nium's price, Jl.
ni,ACK TAFI'ETA 36 Inches
wide; chiffon or rustle
finish, ilium's price,
11.00. Our price
AM. WOOI, SUITINGS 51
Inches wide, plain and
fancy weaves. Ulum's
price $1. Our prlco.
imi:ss noons i to 54 inches
wma, mi ma seasons
latest weaves, nil col
ors. Ulum's price 11.25,
to 12. Our price
ALL WOOI, AllnslCIUO
seiige warranted puro
various colors, mums
lirlco 59c. Our
K Ifi A O
The Shoes Offered in the Sale
CHILDllEN'S HAND-MAIIE SHOES Of white Nil-buck.
rawn Nu-Duck, llussia Calf, Dull Kid and Patent
Kid' DiacK and colored cloth top Kegular price, t,.
DM.V PATENT C'OI.T IILUCH
Kits Latest styles, beautifully
made, nearly all size?.
In the lot. Kegular
WOMEN'S I1UTTON SHOES
Patent Kid and Oun Metal, also
patent kid vamps with velvet
tops, extra nien cut, latent styles
uium s prices u.vu
and $3 50. Our
1,200 Pairs In- Q
ants' .c hoes, pair C
Tho cutest Btjles jou ever saw,
offered In patent kid. vlcl kid,
ind llussia calf, with white,
pink, blue, and plaid cloth tops;
Kin ami ricccea unea, an
sUes from 1 to 6, tholco
at the sensational prlco
The Blum Stores' Rugs and Mattings
CHINA MATTING Heavy quol-
Ity, In various patterns und colors.
0-nrd rolls, Ilium's
prlie, J10 and JU, our
CHINA MTTING Extra heavy
long straw. In an endless variety
of patterns and colors; 10-yard
rolls; Blum's price.
ji:w and Jlico, our
AXMINSTEK HUGS Size 3C by
72 Inches, high pile, lustrous iiual.
Ity; various designs
and colors; Ulum's
price, J4 50, our price..
IIOO.M SIZE AX.MINSTEIl RUGS
Cx9 feet; floral, medallion, and
unentai aeaigns, tin
est duality: ulum's
price, 116 50, our prlco
IIHUSSKI.S HUGS by 9 feet
room size; medallion, oriental, and
conventional designs, sultublo for
any room In the
house; nium's price
liu.ou; our price.
JAP MATTINHS Finest qual
ity, ll0-warp. In a largo variety of
patterns and colors;
10-jard rolls; Ilium's ,
Price. U 00, our '
Vi:i.VKT Itl'CSWmntl .1,. .7
hy Gf Inches. In a twaullful lino of
uroiKus una colors.
Ulum's price, Jl a. our
LAUGH ItOOM SI7.H lllll'SSKI.S
Itlf.S 9 by 12 feet, tho Alex.
nuiiiji of auna mane, various do
igns ana colors,
mum s price, 113 75,
I.AlIKi; IIOOM NI7.I1 AXMIN
ri:il ItlfiS 912 ft, all wool
high pile and very lustrous; all
toiors unu uo
prke, $27 50. Our
i.Aiuii: nooM Nizii nnussi:i,
ItLGS 9 by 12 feet: all tho new
est patterns una colorings; good
ity; Ulum's prlco
H50; our price....
1 HIIU UJ.
, various no-
The Blum Stores' Undermuslins
3IUSI.IN nilAWUPN with deep ruffle of cam
bric and flno tucks, Blum's Price, 39c. Out
WOMIS.VS IIOUSU DIIUS.SK)
Tine quality percalo; long
sleeves and high necks.
Blum's price, jl 50. Our
W. II.. 1U O. AND AMIlniCAN
I,AI)V COHSUTS Of heavy cou
tll; laco trimmed; and heavy hoso
supporters. Not all
sizes. Blum's prlco,
12-00. Our prlco
6ACO.UI1S In pretty floral pat
tern', with shirred waist.
Blum's price, 49c. Our
MOM UN'S CA MimiC I'.MlllIl
YKIKTS With 15-lnch Swiss cm
broldered ruffles; In
Ungths from 36 to 41 ff
Inches. Ulum's price, I1.S9. UKi
Our price JJ,
W O M UN'S KMT I'.M)i:il.
JiKIIlTS Blue, black, brown, and
ri-1; some are plain and others
havo striped borders.
Blum's prke. J1W. Our f)Mf
LONG rLAINNELTTK KIMONOS
In Persian and floral designs; bor
ders of solid colors to ah
mutch, Blum's price, Jl.t. UWn
Our prlco lFl
The Blum Stores' Blankets. Etc.
WOOL-MAI II I. A N K II T N
Heavy weight; white, gray, or tan;
pretty bordere: somo slightly
soiled. Ilium price,
J2 75. Our
IIUAVV PI.Alll III.ANKCTS
Colors, tans, gray, blue, or pink,
double Hlze. mum's
price, -'.7S Our
HKAVY WOOI. ih,.mci:t.s
Colors gray nnd while. pinK or
blue borueis to
match. Ulum's price,
Jj a pair Our price.
lue. or pink,
Iti. Pink or
II 11 ISIMli:I)S Double
size In a neat astortment
of puttcrns. Ulum's price,
$1. Our prlco
tmiii ni.ANKin'K au
with pink or blue bor
ders: nicely ilnlshcd,
Ulum's price, 20c. Our
MI.KOMMI COVIlltlin COM-
kohts l'rotty assortment of
jiuucrns Rnu colors;
goon weignt. li.uni u
prlco, 51 Hi. Our price
The Blum Stores' Lace Curtains
MITTINGII VM I.ACIS CVtl.
TAINS, all desirable patterns; in
white nna ecru, uiuin 0
price, SOc a pair. Our
NOTTINGHAM I,C15 CI'll
TAINS, beautiful flornl and con
ventional patterns, In
white and ecru Blum s
price, $2.00 a pair Our
.1 1 no , 1,1
NOTTINGHAM LACK CUR
TAINS an endless variety of
I'uiiciiiD unereu in
wniie and ecru
Blum's pi Ice, $3 00 a
pair Our prlco
TAPUSTHY ANI1 IlKP
draperies, cushion tops, etc
green or brown Blum's
lirlie, 75c a ard. Our
lc ; red,
Women's Smart Coats $ 1 0:25
48 and 54-inch lengths, made in the latest styles of finest
Stevens' mixtures and fashionable coatings. They have deep
shawl collars and cuffs and patch pockets; six different styles in
this group. Some of these garments have sold as high as $17.50.
.omen's $25.00 t1(tf
Coats ..... $19.50
Good rjunllty Scotch mixtures In tho now
shndea of gray and tan. with self or contrast
ing color backs'; utility collar nnd broad rovers,
or novelty extra wide collar, self-matorlal
trimmed. Straight back, single-breasted front
mannish slcoves, with turned cuffs. Also two
toned bouclo cloth and wldo walo
serges, patch pockets, rolling shawl
collar and cuffs.
. $13.95 m
Suits , . .
MliseB' and women's sizes; mannish
scrscs and fancy mixtures; several
popular styles; somo plain-tailored
models; others are elaborately trim
med; good satin linings. New skirts.
Women's $25 Suits,
Decidedly smart models of All-wool Serges,
Cheviots, etc. One model of blue serjre Is mado
In the cutaway stIe, with elaborate silk fac
l"K on lapels, lined with Kuarunteed satin.
(y r I
A. O V
Blue Mnuntnln Wolf Pur
.SrO, SI. -..00.
Very popului with the smart
dressers, larso shuwl collar and
pillow muffs, thenn are not only
KtMUh, but arc durable a1" well,
nliely lined; muff with shirred
I.flPilK Ded Pony
A fur Biirment of etceeillnB
beauty and stjlc: made from
finest sehctcil hhlni, soft and
lustrous, llnid with handsome
Milliner's satin, larKe shuwl
collar, finished with larue.
The Blum Stores Table Linens,
Wash Goods and Domestics
Gi:itM DMAK 66 Inches wide, IB new patterns,
highly mercerized. Blum's price 69c. Our
OPTING PLANNKI. 27 Inches
wide, In all llsht colors, .
heavy neeced nap Blum's n4-s
price, 1l our price.,.. J2,
LONG CLOTH 10 ds. 36 In.
wide. fine quality, f f
Blum's price II -5. Our klli
DIlF.ss gingiims 27 Inches
vide, various colors war- A
ranted fast colors Blum's flj t
price 12 He. Our price.... V
HM'A PINISII CIIAlinniY
27 Inches wide, vnrlous colors;
every yard wnrranted M
fast. Blum's price 10c. trt
Our price Tt V.
TdllKISH TO WUI, S llxtra
heavy; frlnscil and t
bleached. Blum's price h
10c. Our price U't
PILLOW CASK S Regulation
size, 3-Inch hem. Blum's g t
prlco 15c. Our M'Tf
price t L
DI.KACIIlin S II K I! T S 81x90;
seamless and linen finish, in
3-Inch hem Blum's price I X
79c, Our price lUt
WH1I GOODS hi:mnants
Useful fabrics In the lot, large
variety to select from; for dress
and draping uses. A
Ulum's price 19c. Our
white Mi:aci:iti.i:i) n-
TISTK 40 Inches wide, nnc sheer
luuuiy, comueu larn
mum h price 19c. Our
PHl'IT OP THE LOOM 36 in.
.,,, ituuuiiic; every u
stamped Blum's price.
12',ic Our prlco
I''" IIUCK TOWELS Size
-.i, .iiieji jiiusn, last
coior rcu border. lili
prlco 12c. Our prlco.
.iuuiiik waan goods
mum s price isijc. Our
muck TOWELING IS Inches
"Mi an wmie, :& arils
to a customer. Blum's
price loc. uur price.
ueavy round thread,
close weave. Blum's
price 10c. Our prlco
PIIINTEIJ Cll I.LIES In
urn ruiiKo oi Persian pat
TEir.i.Enowx oi ting plan-
NEL In all the light grounds;
"to. i u u. . i h j xiiura s
prico i-c. uur
fast r a
mm in n
f Persian pat- M X
I's price, 10c I T
The Men's Clothing
Men's $20.00 Fancy Mixture
huits, now ....
Regular nnd stout men will find suits Just to their liking In this
group, every garment will tailored from dcslrablo gray, brown,
and tan mixtures, and fully worth JMOO.
MEN'S SPITS Tailored from
neat dark worsted fabrics; up-to-
date style and finish
MEN'S SPITS Cho lots and
nut worsted edicts; ulso brown
and gray noeltles; sizes for reg
ular, stout, and slim men; IJ2 50
and V 00 ulucs.
In tho mlo
.MEN'S TUOUSEUS Good wear
Inn fabrics In deslrnblo gray and
tan effects and mixtures; other
times these trousers
nro 12 00; now offered
siyio unu unisn;
ilar $12 60 and AtVf nf
values. Now of- 'k X"
1 at J) OJ
MI'N'S III.COATS The single A
tetturo water proof kind; full
length, snapped sleeves and per
forated under arms, several
similes. iteguiar prlco J5 00
i on pale at
tho tpeclal pilco
MPN'S CLOTH 1IVTS The soft
rougn ciotn kind, with stitched
uiims and self bands.
various shades, other
limes, Jl 50, now
MEN'S SMPI,E CLOTH II TS
extra nne quality. In tho nobbl-
nal irpnii . .. n nn.l '
brown effects, all the
leading shapes; al
ues to J3 00, now
Most Convenient Thing An Account dt
513.515-51? 7th Street
The Blum Stores' Knit Underwear
For Women and Children
UNION SUITSQood quality white elastlo ribbed A A
Union Suits. Blum's prlco 75c Our price KC
""'V SUITS Finest quality
elastic rlbbcdnerfect fit-
ting, taped necks Blum's fills
price II 00 Our price . ...U7C
ninilEIl UNUKHWEAIl Vests
..v. j.aiuii, in wiiiie and
ecru, mtdlum welch t.
Ulum's prlco 39c. Our
Illltlltl ..L.U . m.n .. .
i . "V"" n,nl elastlo; In whlto
, uiuiiin prico lUO
unu i,uc i;ur
Moot. U.MIHHWKAK Sh Irts
and drawers, plain and ribbed;
whit.-, gray and rd, nlcly lln
" "I extra good quality. rv
Blum's prices up to 11.00. f,Uj
Our prico 07C
UNION SUITS A splendid qual
ity, an wnite ana pericci
fitting Blum sold these
for 60c. Our price. ..
IIHIDEn VESTS AND PANTS
Hxcellcnt grade: offered in white
and ecru; heavy and medium
weight. Blum's prices
sue and Z9c. uur
Good quality ribbed vests and
pants, nicely made.
Ulum's prices 25c and 29c.
CHILDItKN'S VESTS AND
PANTS White and ecru. In both
wool and cotton Blum s
prices up to 76c Our
ni,Ci,,lf,M,,iN"' !n SUITS Made of cotton and AA
nicely fkeccd, well made and desirable. Blum's prices Un
up to ific. Our price J7L
The Blum Stores' Waists and
.Y.OILU iVA.l.vrs p.rcv "tylea of voile and tailored
effects, embroidery trimmed
Blum's price, Jl 50. Our
Tlll.OHEII ANI1 LINGEUIE
waists Made of llnene. with
launucrtu collari and
cuffs Blum's price, Jl.
silk WAISTS Of mcssallne
and taffeta; colors
black and nai v
Blum's prlco J2 95
IHIEss WAISTS Of chiffon,
line mcssallno and taffeta; colors
black nnd navy
Blum's pruc $o.W
PETTICOATS Of black sateen.
oeep rurilcs; all lengths
perfectly made, Blum's
price, J100 Our price....
COATS All black, full
cut and perfect fitting.
Blum's price J1.25. Our
JEHSEV TOP PETTICOATS
aeieral shades. Including
black, all sizes; Blum's
price, JIM. Our price
SILK PETTICOATS Of finest
grade messallne and taffeta, black
uu tuiurs ilium s
Prlci J2 93. Our
SEPAIUTE SK1HTS of heavy
wool materials Including whlp-
vviwa, vuiuro, gray
and navv. nitim1
price, Jl hi. Our price.:
The Blum Stores' Hosiery for
Women and Children
prlie 25c. Ou
) cotton HOSlEiiv An excellent quality m
rp?ic". .!!?':.'" black and color8: B'u"" 1 An
SEAMLESS HOSE A irood
quallt cotton hose offered In
uiuck anu lan only
Blum sold these for 16c.
SEIMLESS HOSIERY Worn-
en s seamless cotton hose, In
uiacK ana colors Ulum s
price 124c a pair. Our
LISLE ANU COTTON HOSE
Jn both senmless and full fash-
luneu gruues, onercd In black,
"iiuv, unu cuiurs.
Blum s price up to
53c. Our pfrlco
i SIJ,K "OB Good quality
-- "Ai Yllc ana
. uiuin s price 39c,
vui pi ite
CHILDItEN'S IIOSIEnV- A
good quality seamless hose, serv
ceable and perfectly mJ.' "V
black and tan. Blums
i" . -c ana ic. Our
IBny-.Bl.ek seamle.7 stock n
heavy and medium
J.elehta. mum's prc
-"-. win j-j, mo
Here's The Boys' Clothing
IIOVV SCHOOL SUITS Double breasted nnd
knlckerbocker stiles, In varlouB brown mixtures
sizes 13 to 16 only. Were J3 00. Now......
IIOVV SUITS Doublo breasted
styles with knicker pants; brown,
tnn, and gray mix
tures size 7 to IS
ears, former alue
15 00. now
HOI S' SUITS Double breast
ed stjlcs nlth knicker pants,
bronn. tan. and gray mixtures.
former price, J9 09
cffla.in.ss -ss-suk ".'st
.....4. wt. PmrvcD, Sizes 214 tn A
r u 4 111 I M.
HOYS' SCHOOL OVEncOATS
Novelty and double breaT
stjles. blue, brown. 2nd Brawab!
rlcs, somo finished with i Aiti?5
hnn nii. i ..."n. Astrak-
io V. "."L"! 3 to
" 2V4 to 8
price J3 50.
The Blum Stores' Men's
PEHCALE SHIHT.S Made
coat stjlc, attached cuffs. Blu
rt irnA1 mini!.. .
... , Hu.i.iy percale
ims price, up to Jl 00.
PEHCALE SH1HTS Of
grndo percale, coat style,
attached cuffH, newest
pattvins, Blum's prices,
Jl 0U nnd Jl.25. Our
PEIICVLE ANIJ MDltAS
SHIIITs Plain and plaited bos
om, to.it stjle, attached cuffs
Milte and colors Blums
puce. Jl 50. Our
KNITTED TIES Newest pat
terns in knitted four-ln-hands.
cross Btrlpe i ffects
Blum's price, 25c and
50c Our price
SILK KNITTED TIES Beauti
ful attcrns in tuc latest
effects Bluir s prlc up
to Jl oo, our prico
ol'NTLETS M e n'a Velour
Gauntlets, with leather
I l"-s BH m's price.
ji uu. uur prico..
INION SUITS Men's
Heavy Union Suits, with
trntch, whlto and ecru.
Blum's price, Jl 50. Our
millEtl U.NUKIlU'iiii. ...
and ends of men's rlbbe, 8hlrts
nu uiuivera, not nil
,..,.c, ,lkl viur price.
UOL FLEECED UNDEH-
flttlV'g , rue, '-m.t? an" Pfect
79c a garment. Our ',
SWEATEIlyS Men's -
sweaters, marie ,!.. e.n." S"?
ets. nrm nnrf 'i.".'.. 'wo. Pock-
Blum's price. 8Dc Our
..s":pATJ?"''-Very heavy and
iiiitr vr, made with lnriro
turn down color iii...''" 'iIB
...I... 1 rrt r ,,.
,...v, ..,, uur
.AV .." D C D DNDEin.
nii.iii anirts o n 1 v; elastic
ting. Blum's price, 39c,
uui 1' '-,,.
WltlfillT'S HEALTH LNDPH.
1:1 II The kind that
iviuno lur n.vu every-
u. in.n 111.. .'
.L,v uium 11 unce.
Jl 00 Our price......,,,..'.