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THE WASHINGTON TIlVtES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
ELECTRIC FAN IS
Declares He Hid
James II. Jones, who resides at Dean
wood, D. C, with his son, Dr. W. W.
Jones, states that tho real seal of tho
Confederacy was hidden by him during
the llfctlmo of Jeff Davis and Is still
Jones was the body-servant of Davis
and attended him during his occupancy
of the Confederate white House, in
Richmond. Ho says that Davis placed
the seal In his hands, and told him to
hldo It and to keep the spot forever
concealed. Jones hid It, so ho states,
and the seal Is still untouched and will
remain forever unknown.
To Plead Guilty
CHICAGO, Nov. a.-Thrco weeks were
granted attorneys for Jack Johnson,
pugilist. In which to file a demurrer to
the charges of violating the Mann wh!t
sluvo law, whon Johnson was called be.
foro Federal Judge Carpenter today.
No plea was entered.
Johnsun has made an offer to plead
inlllty to the charge If tho Oowrnment
would accept a largo fine. Witrlct At.
tornev Wllkerson has refused to accept
a n"ca of rullty with this understanding.
To the charge of smuggling a IVWO
jewel necklace Into the country, John
son m-sded not guilty today.
Plant Being Used by Agricultural Department at Electrical Farm in Arlington
Wheat Field in Potomac Bot
k toms Is Being Tested
on New Plan.
Open 8 A.M.
Close 6 P. ivl.
The first experiment In electrical
farming, fullj multiped with the litest
and moat approved apparatus, has Just
been put In complete, opcrntlon at the
Governmental experimental station, In
tho Potomac bottoms, across the rlci.
Just at the foot of Arlington Heights
The experiment Is In chaigc of Dr.
Brlggs, who Is superintending the re
"eorchos Into tho sterols of Damo Na.
ture that Uncle Sam conducts ut this
station. Earlier In tho jtur there cie
some tentative experiments made In this
line by the experts of the Agricultural
Department, but, owing to a luck tf
Improved upparntus, tnty were not pur
sued to nnal tests.
About six wclks ago, however. Dr.
HrlKgs obtalntd from L-urope the latest
form of uppdratus and this has been
Installed upon the experimental lltlJ
given over to this research at the Gov
ernment furm Tho upparatus was ob
tained through! Sir Oliver Lodge, the
noted hngiisn ci.Knt.Ht, who nua In
terested himself duply In this niutUr
of electric tanning and who has ob
tained nsults that lead our American
xports to a spirit of generous rivalr).
'Ihe appliances with which our in
ftlnqcra of Uncle Sam are making their
researches Into the secrets of Damn
Nature consist, to the eo of the la
man, of a series of electric poles, set
about fifty feet apart along the bound
aries of a two-acro Held At u heignt
of sixteen feet there are hcavv elec
wirea sti etched from one pole to
c across the field Then, In bc-
roj one to another of theo
mi iri strung small wires,
- '"Ing network over
" v i il.o the trellis of
i the tract
hea i 've
There are '
tutes and bulb.
all the enginery i
uninitiated it was n.
tempt to understand It
From a laige central statu
trlclty is conducted Into this s
house, and there It Is talteti up .,
tho spcclllc apparatus and dtsstml
nated through the vUres which
Btrotch across and jntcrlaco over the
ground being treated
The field, which Is now planted In
winter wheat will he trented
throughout the coming winter The
treatment commenced a few das
ago, It consists In turning on the
current for a certain time at morn
ing and evening The wheat Is now
about two inches high, which Is
about the normal helcht for winter
wheat to grow It then stands ut
that height throughout the winter
What the effect of the electric treat
ment will have remains to h seen
As tho experiments have Just begun
there Ih nothing that can hn authorl
tatlvelv repotted as vet Tho experi
ments made earlier In tho jiar were not
of a suffie'entlv complete nature to war.
rant u formal teport, nor was the ap
paratus of a tpu to justlfv a report
upon Its action The present uppllances
however, which were nbtnlned dlrcctlj
from tho most advanced experts on the
subject promslo to g've results that, ac
cording to the officials In charge, will
not only be gratlfvlng to them but will
open up a Held In agricultural work
never dreamed of before In American
TELLS OF ATTEMPT
TO OUST MILLER
Attorney O'Donoghue On Stand
Attorney Daniel V. O Donoghue was
the principal witness for tho Govern
ment today In the tilal or John Ilarton
Miller, charged with embezzlement and
destroying tho records of the I'lrst Co
operative Building Association, hefuie
Justice Gould In Criminal Court No J
Tho attornej testified that he had
fathered a movement on the pan of the
directors of the defunot compunv to
cum Miller from the offli e of seeretar
and treasurer at a meeting in June IjOi
lie also explulmd the sstem li which
tho eompanv did business ind how Ml -Ier
had active part In the ftnancHl af
fairs of the association
Attacks Woman in
Defense of Husband
Smarting over the things s-ild about
her husband, llarrj Mmmons, Knimi
Simmons attacked Annie Colsou just
outtido of the United States biunch of
the District I'ollco ( ou t toduv and was
only sipaiuttd from her when I'nltid
Suites Muishol Reed and two police of
ficers took her In cuslod.
blmmons went to Judge Mullowni s
court todav to tcstUv against the Col
son woman on tin ehame of assaulting
him lust night After lieiiilnc the evi
dence judge Mullown Imposed a fine
of 20 wili.li was paid 1 m o v. ,
was in couit whin Annie Colson gavt
her ttsllinuii an 1 she resentul liltleilv
things said ubout bet husband
Judge Mullownv oidired that charges
of assault und of contempt of court be
lodged against the bltrmons woman
Through tier uttiuiiov she demanded a
Jury trial, and was placed undci bond
for 1300 fot In I appcaianee
T- r ' '
Thanks Navy Ship.
jr. Godfrey, master of the John Max
well, lnjuied In collls'on off the Virginia
coast iccentlv bus uddresstd u lettir of
thanks to the becietarj of the Nuvv fur
the saving of his life, which Uidfuv at
tributes to tin use of seiirchllrhts hi
the battleship Michigan When the ship
broke up Oodfrcv was able to see u
piece of wreckage, which was later
washed ashore, to which, ho clung and
was saved, .
Tluiala ami Poland signal a, truatv of
alliance a,alnt Sweden on this dav In
H99, and the Hrltlsh defcutcd the span
sh at the battle of l'ortn lb Ho on No.
veinber 21 1730 I'r'mes Miturli Ade
laide, oldest (UuM'lu "f ljucen Vlc
toila, was born on th h da In isu bix
tein uars after tin Grunl Trunk lull
ur wos opened to traffic
Tho United htatis ship Santie cap
tured the prlvstii Hoyul Vucht off (Jul
vmtim on Novunber lb, uul A public
recaption wuh held In New York In
hrnot of the Grand l)uk( Meils on
ttla dn In Ifcll and G.ir,et A Unhurt.
Vice J'resdin' nf the United Stat" s, dlid
at Paterson, N J, thlrti eu jears ugo
MfciagiaCJflP"MssssMWiMrTijy WEL19 lmB99HBpBBIBRKBSSFiimfSKlmSKSMmKfiK9KKKIKK
IIIIEpritSHT2CHCrVl A HijiBBI Hill
TO ALLENS IN PLEA
Forty Thousand Sign Peti
tion to Governor, Who
. Vu . Nov 21 A monster
.alnlng some 40,ono names
nutation of tho dtath sen-
i luvd Mien and his son,
-i- as presented to fiovernor
Mann i a
In addition to Judge N P llalrstou.
counsil for the condemned Carroll
countv men convicted ur compiled) m
ihe Hlllstllle coui t massacre, ncurly u
dozen of the lending cltlzins of thu
State iBlled on the govirnor, nmong
them bung Major J inn s I) Patton.
president of thi- Mutt prison board, and
Judge W P. Itlna, nit nib, r of the .Statu
corporation commission. Ciovcrnur Mann
teserved his decision
Uefore visiting the governor's office,
Judge ilalrston took occasion to tell
several newspaper men that the Stute
w de s inpatbv fur tho Aliens waH noth
ing more than a protest against the cor
rupting Influence of politics in Virginia I
courts sum as wus nrougnt to iignt by
tin lllllsville traged)
It cldentall), he predicted that the
next ligMniure will abolish capital
pun Mlunint In Vlrglnlu.
By ELIZABETH KEN
CHAPTER XII. (Continued )
rN .N leaving this house ou are
I I to turn ,0 0"r r's'" and
V J walk down tho street till you
sec u tuxi with a box on it A
friend of mine Guv Campbell will be
inside You can ciikII rccognlzu him,
for he has red hair. Campbell will drive
ou to a hotel, where a lad Is waiting I
lor juu, ana wncio you aru to sta uu
1 can Join Juu If thelo should bo any
hitch In these arrungements go to this
address and bind u telegram to me at
the club I have wrltltn all this down,"
hi mid, handing her i foldid paper.
'Die inn so letiirned with her arms full
Have vou a thick veil'' asked Cjrll.
'There Is a long one uttuched to the
lxinnet, but we never pull It over our
laces and I am afraid If Mrs 1 homp
klns did so It would attract attention "
"yet something must be done to con
tent her faie."
'Ihe nurse thought for a moment.
"I-tavo that to m, sir. I used to helrf
In private theatricals once upon a time.
' I hat Is splendid' I will 1,0 down
stalls now and wult till ou have got
Mis Thotnpklns ready"
'Clvc me a tjuurtir of an hour and
ou will bo astonished at tho result
hho seemed to have thrown her whole
htnrt Into the business
Whin Cyril returned he found PrlB
cllla leallv tiansfonned Her yellow
curls had been plastered down on either
eluL it lur forehead A pair of tinted
nuct.iilis llmmed tho brilliancy of her
ies and her durk. flnolsarchcd eye
brows hud been rendered ulmost lmper-
t U. lilt lis a skllltul upiillcatlull of
tn is- und powder.
With u bin mil match the nurse had
li aw ii n few fulnt lines In tho gltllsh
tact, so that she looked at least 10
leurs older and all this aitltlce WU3
inn Ic to uppur natural by means of
a dlngv blai k nt t veil A nurte'a
LiNlume iiimplited the disguise
"tiu hiivo dunu wonders, nurse t
null thank ou enough," ho ex
claimed Nun t I look a fright" cried I'rls
cillu a llltli ruefullv
So ou ilon t Tbnt la Just where
th art conns In ou ate not notleo
ililn inn wuv or the other It Is ad
mir ibli And now ou hud better bo
lie uiirsi pf iinl Into the hall
"Ihiri Is no one ubout Just now I
will tuke Mrs Thnmpklns tn the front
din If wi are mcii It will be snp
pi'ffil tlihf be Is some friend nf mine
who liaK been lulling on ine I will
wntih till I see In i suftly In tho car,"
the urn so assuied him
' llj the way, ns I have to pretend
not to know of mv patient's depart
ure I I ud better not return till you
hove left '
'All light (iood-bv nurse. I shall
stuv here n in ai lei of in hour so as
tn give J ou a good start. Good-by
mv dear '
The next 15 minutes seemed to Cjrll
the longest he had ever snent He did
not d ire to follow Prlsellln'a progress
from the window
Watch In hand he waited till the
time was up und then made his way
tnutlouslv out of tho house without,
as luck would have It, encountering
The tnl was no longer In slcht' With
in light lnuit Cjill walUod briskly to
tilt ilocioi s nun i
Will I-oid Wllmersltv what bilnsa
vou hi n ' usivcij tin nocior wncnCirli
was nnall) ushcied lulu the august
I havo called to tell you that ,111
wife has left the home," Cyril blurted
put, . .
!HyHn SOCIALISTS CLASH
B''PiiE iHnH WITH OPPONENTS AT
IIIIiImI HL11 a. f. l convention
U)vBI iHffllpFVVIH Political Clause in Report
WKKKrMmJ' ' BH lltlif iJI Starts Bitter Discus-
IsssssHssssHHrHMIHHil'MVWar 'IHB H kmm 81 9IIII sion on Floor.
llltsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssslHBssssssssssss sssssssssssssssssssssssKsssH sssssBssssssssssssssssssssssssssssHII I
' Impossible' ' cried the doctor. " She
was oulle calm thlB morning. Th
nurse viould "
"Tho nurse had nothing to do with It,"
Interrupted Cjrll hastily, "It was I
who took her aa."
"You Dut nil) this haste? I thought
jou had decided to wait till tomorrow?"
' Por famllj reasons, which I need not
go Into now, I thought It best that sho
Bhould bi removed at once"
"And ma I know where sho Is?" In
oulrcd the doctor, looking searchlngly
"I Intend to take her to Geralton In
In a few days "
"Indeed1" The doctors upper lip
'So you do not wish mi to know
where you have hidden her7 '
"Hidden her" Cyril raised his je
brows deprccatlngly "That lartBtrange
expression to use It seems to mo that
a man has certainly the right to wlth
ho'd his wife's address from a compara
tlve Btranger without being accused of
hiding her You should really choose
lour words more carefully, m dear
The doctor glared at Cyril for a
moment, then rising abruptly, he paced
the room several times.
' It s no use," he said at las..,.itoppn(.
In front of Cyril "You can't persuade
me that there Is not some mjstcry con
nected with I-ady Wllmersley. And I
warn you that I have determined to
find out tho truth "
Cvrll's heart gave an uncomfortable
Jump but he managed to keep his face
'A msterv? What an amusing Idea'
A man of jour Imagination Is really
wasted In the medical profession. You
should write, mv dear doctor: jou
really should Hut, granting for the
sake of argument that I have some
thing to conceal what right have you
to try to force mv confidence? My
vvlfes movements are surely no con
cern of jourB " ... .......
"One has not only tho right, but It
becomes one's obvious dutv to Inter
fere when one has retfaon to believe
that bv doing so ono may prevent the
Ill-treatment of a helpless woman"
"Do you really think I lil-treat my
"I think It Is possible And till T
am sure that my fears are unfounded
I will not consent to Lady Wllmers
lev's icmolnlng In vour sole care"
'Do vou mind telling me what basis
ou have for such a monstrous sus
picion?" asked Cvrll verv quietly.
"Certainly. You bring mo a joung
lady who has been flogged You tell
me that sho la our wife, yet you pro.
fess to know nothln of her Injuries
and give an explanation which, ul
w injh rot Ininosslbl' Is nt all ei ents
highly Improbable This lady, who Is
not onlv beautiful but charming, vou
neglect In the most astonishing man
ner. "No, I am not forgetting that ou
havo other pressing duties to attend
to but even so If ypu had cared for
your wife you could not have remained
away from her as you did. It was
nothing less than heartless to leave" a
poor oung woman In the state sho
was In olono among strangers. Your
letter onlv partially satisfied me. Your
arguments would have seemed to me
perfectly unconvincing If I had not
been so anxious to bellevo the best
"As It wus, although I tried to Ignore
It. a root of suspicion still lingered In
mv mind Tlin, when you finally do
turn up, Instead of hurrying to your
wife's bedside, you try In everv way
to avoid seeing her till at last I have
to Inslt upon vour dotng so. I tell you
that U eh had not shown such marked
THE TIMES' DAILY SERIAL
affection for jou I should have had no
doubt of jour guilt "
' Nonsense' Do I look like a wife
"No, but tho only murderess I evet
knew looked llko ono of Kuphucl a Ma
"Thanks for tho Implication " Cyril
TJie more I observed Mrs Thomp
klns." continued the doctor, ' the more I
became convinced that a severe shock
was responsible for her amnesia, and
that she never had been Insane, nor
was she at all likely to become so "
"Even phjslclans are occasionally
mistaken In their diagnosis, I have been
You are right, that Is why I have
glvon jou the benefit of the doubt," re
plied tho doctor calmly. "This morning,
however, 1 made a discover j, which
practically proves that mj suspicions
wero not unfounded."
"And pray, what Is this great dis
covery of your? ' drawcld Cyril
'I have been worrying about this case
ah night, when It suddenlj occurred to
me to consult the peerage I wanted
tn find out who Ladj Wllmersley s
people were, so that I m'ght communi
cate with them It I considered It neces
sarj, Tho first thing I found was that
your wife was born in Is, so that now
she Is In her twinty-elghth jear. My pa
tient Is certainly not more than twenty.
How do you account for this discrep
ant j In their ages'"
Cyril forced himBelf to smile super
ciliously. "And Is mv wife's jouthful appear
ance ycur only reason for doubting her
The doctor seemed a little staggered
by Cjrll's nonchalant manner.
"It Is my chief reason, but as I have
Just taken the truublo to explain, not
my onlv one."
'Oh, really! And If sho Is not my wlfo
whom do jou suspect her of being I '
' I havo no Idea."
"You astonish me." In trying to con
ceal his agitation Cyril unfortunately
assumed an air of frigid detachment,
which only served lo exasperate tho
doctor still further.
"Your manner Is Insulting," my lord "
"Your suspicions aro so flattering!"
The doctor glared at Cyril for a mo
ment but seemed at a loss for a crush
"lou must acknowledge that appear
ances aro against jou," he said at
last, making a valiant effort to control
his temper. "If you are a man of
honor you ought to appreciate ono and
be ns ready to forgive me If I have
erred through exccsslvo zeal as I shall
be to apologise to jou Now let me
ask you one more question. Why wero
jou so anxious that I should not see
the Jewels '
.u"nL h1d 0" not een them? I
thought, of course, that you had. I
apologlzo for not having satisfied your
There Ivas a short pauBe during which
tn doctor looked long and searchlngly
"' J?."'1 hJlE "' l fcel tna' there Is
something fishy about this business:
you can't convlnco mo to the contrary "
'I waH not aware that I was trying
to do so
The doctor almost danced with rage.
'Lord Wllrtiersloj-for I suppose jou
are Lord Wllmersley"
'Tnless I am his valet, Peter Thomp
"I know nothing about you," cried the
doctor, "and jou have succeeded to
your title under very peculiar clrcumr
etaaces, my lord."
Author of "The House Opposite"
(CopyrlBht. 151: frank A. Munsey Compn)
'So jou suspect me not only of flog
ging mj wife but of murdering mv cou
sin1, laughed Cjrll Mj dear doctor,
don't jou realize that If there were tho
(lightest grounds for jour suspicious
the iiollco would havo put mo under sur
veillance long ego" Wh, 1 can tasuy
prove that I was In Paris at the tlma
of the murder." , ..
' Oh, you are clever' I don't doubt
that vou have an Impeccable alibi. Dut
If I informed tho pollco that jou wero
passing off as jour wife a girl several
years jounger than Ludv Wilmerslej, a
girl, moreover, who jou acknowledged
Joined jou at New haven tho morning
aftir the murder If I told them that
this joung ladj had In her possession
remarkable number of Jewels which
sho carried In a cheap black bag what
do ou think thty would Bay to that,
Cyril felt cold chills creeping down
his back, and tho palms ot n s mind
ftrew moist Not a flicker of anj eje
ash. however, betrayed his Inward tu
mult . . ,
"They would no doubt pay as high a
tribute to jour imagination as I do,"
Then, abandoning his cateless pose, he
sat up In his chair
"You have been Insulting mo for the
last half hour, and I have borno It very
patiently, partlj because jour absurd
suspicions amused me, and partly be
cause 1 realized that, although jou are
a fool, you are on honest fool "
' Sir! ' tho doctor turned purple In the
"You can hardly resent being called a
fool by a man jou have been accusing
of murder and wlfo-beatlng Iiut I don t
want you to go to the pollco with this
cock-and-bull storj "
"Ah! I thought not," sneered the doc
tor "llecause," continued Cyril Ignoring
the Interruption, ' I want to protect my
wife from unpleasant notoriety, and
also although jou don't deserve It to
keep you from becoming a public laugh
ing stock. Bo far you have done all the
talking; now jou are to listen to me
Bit down You make me nervous strut
ting about llko that Bit down, I tell
' There, that's better. Now let us see
what all this rigmarole really amounts
to. You began by asking for my wlfe'i
DANGER OF CONSUMPTION
LIES IN NEGLECT
No Moro Dangerous (linn Any
Other Disease If Tnken
People who have Coniumptlon sacrltlcc their
lives needlessly If tliev Kite up anil take
It for granted that notlilnir cun be done for
Consumption It has been demontlratei!, csn
he nvercome even In 111 woret etasei and
while new limit tlmuo cannot be fonnrl
what remains can be urotecteil agatnu ins
misses of the Tubercle llurllll
One ut the leulliiK preparations carrying on
this flsht Is hlrolln a preparation which has
In a short time achieved remarkable results
In this country after a real triumph In I.u
hurfcrere from Consumption or weak lunfts
khnul I not fall to aecure the aid uf Slrulln
tu aisUt them back to health
Inf rmaflnn atjoiit tMrolIn can be secured
In thfi tviuntrv from the Hlrolln Co OS
Weit Uruadway New ork C'ttv James
0 Uonnell. SUM T at N 301 1'ennavUanla.
ave Ci Itlkfr-Hegemsn. loot F at N W..
and all leadlfr drusirlits are dlatrlbutlac
ttlrolla with ceastdtriblo success.
ItorilKHTlMl, N Y , Nov. II Tho
friction betwt en the Hoclallst delegutcs
to the American Pcdt ration of Laboi
and their opponents, which has appar
ently bien In progrtss since tht tonven
tlon met, resulted In a bitter discuss on
on tht door todty. In which personalities
were freely emploed.
The report of tho commlttco on the
report of President Rompers was being
read and dlsposid of, clause li clause,
without opposition until the rccommeda
tlon that the ft iteration's political metb.
ods of nonpartlclpatlon In any party be
continued was reached.
Max Haves, of Cleveland, blttcrlv de
nounced the suggestion. He declared
the executive council of tho federation
and President Qompers had, during the
last campaign, done all the) could to
aid tho Democratic, Republican, or Pro
gressive parlies by printing their plat
forms and studiously Ignoring the plat
form of tho boilallsts
' This Is a nation of political parties,"
declared Hayes, "and I objtct to our
being made the tall of any parti's kite
W'e ought to stand entirely out of poli
tics or be fair to every part, and that
Is what our executive council Is not."
address, and when I did not Itnmedl-
atelj gratify what I considered Jour
Impertinent curlosllj, jou launch forth
Into vague threats of exposure As far
as I can make out fiom jour disjointed
harangue, jour excuse for prjlng Into
mj affairs Is that b doing so jou are
protecting a helpless woman from
further Ill-treatment. Very well Grant
ing that you really supposo mo to be a
brute, your behavior might be perfectly
Justified If If jou believed jour patient
to be my wife, nut jou tell me that jou
do not You think that she Is either
my mistress or my accompllco or both
(Continued Tomorrow )
A Valuable Itemedr for Throat and
It Is folly to believe that Consumption
differs from tvery other disease In not
requiring the use of any medicine for
Its treatment for a number of years
an enormous mass of voluntary and
thankful testimonials from persons who
consider that they owe their lives to
Eckman's Alterative, a mellclne for Tu
berculosis, has been accum dating
Surely plenty of time to demonstrate
Its lasting value lou can write to any
of them. Here li one.
..- . U2J tilrard ave, l'hlla , Pa
Gentlemen In the winter of 1NU I had
an attack of drlppe followed bv Pneumonia
ana later bi Consumption I are steadily
worao In the winter of 1104 1 haJ couxh
nlnht sweats fever anil rnleel quantities of
awful looking stuff and later I had many
hemorrhages, at one tlmo three In three
successive dais Milk and eB became s)
dlitaateful I could keep nothing down Three
phyntrtana treated me I was ordered tn the
mountalna, but did not go Eckinen u Alter
ative was recommended bv a friend Alter
taking a, small quantity I had the nrat
quiet nlshl a Bleep for weeks My Im
provement was marked from the (lrst I
aralned atrtnsth and wclaht and appetite
I never had another hemorrhase and mv
coush gradually leeeened until entirely none
I am perfectly well Ktervthlnir I iriv hers
can be verified by mv family and frlenda '
(Sworn affidavit) ANNE r LortlllHAN
Ftkmnns Mterntlve Is effcctivo In
Pn nchltls, Arthmu, Hay Pcver. Throat
nr,d Lung Troubles, mid In upbulldln
the sjstem. Does not contain poisons,
opiates or h ihjt-formlng drugs For
salu by O'Donncll's drug stores,
and other leading drugg'sts. Ask for
booklet telling of recoveries mid write
lo Kckmun laboratory. Philadelphia,
Pa, for additional evidence
If You WANT
use a WANT AD
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BUTTONS, CC An7
Worth up to 50c, at U
Jet and Metal Buttons, in number of styles in small, medium,
and large sizes. No cards will be cut.
75c and 98c BRAIDED 0 3C
BANDINGS " .
Silk Net Bandings, 22 to 3 inches wide; beautifully braided
with silk soutache, in all tho wanted colors. Worth 75c and 08c a
yard. At 23c.
$1.25 CHIFFON ROSE BUD CQC
Chiffon Rosebud Trimming, in all the wanted shades are of the
most popular trimmings of the season. Regular SI. 25 value. At 59c.
25c to 59c SILK EMBROIDERED 1 1 C
Several hundred pieces of beautifully Embroidered Bandings,
zy2 to 4 inches wide; new and desirable patterns; every wanted
color in the lot. These are worth from 25c to 59c a yard. For to
morrow's sale at lie.
69c SILK TAPE FRINGES 1QC
Silk Tape Fringe, 4'2 inches deep, in Copenhagen, Alice, pink,
gray, brown, ceil, light blue, champagne, bottle green, cream, laven
der, navy, old rose, wistaria. Actual value is 69c a yard. For to
morrow's sale, 19c.
Women's and Misses' Serge
Values to S10.00
Exclusive styles in Women's and Misses' All-wool Serge
Dresses, in black, navy, and brown; sizes 16 to 18 for misses and 34
to 46 for women. These are.fashioned after the latest styles and
are nicely made. Values in the lots are up to Si 0.00. fl A CQ
For Friday's Sale, while they last H J '
MILLINERY For Friday's Sale
$5.00 Austrian Velour $1 OS
Fashionable velours in all the wanted large and small shapes,
in all the leading shades of black, blue, taupe, and bronze. $5.00
values Si. 95.
$3.00 Velvet Trimmed
Velvet Hats, with folds, ears, and side trimming of silk messa
line, in brown, black, navy, and taupe. $3.00 value. Sale price,
Sample Sale Fancy Feathers, Q CC
Worth up to $2.00, at JO
Manufacturers' sample line of Fancy Feathers, Marabou, Un
curled Ostrich, Imitation Aigrette, in long sweeps; small clusters
and all leading effects for stylish trimming. Sold up to $2.00. Sale
25c and 39c
23 doz Swiss Em
broidered Dutch - neck
Collars, round and
coat shapes; regular
25i and 39c nlucs.
One day, 16c each.
Women's Corset Cov
ers, made of fine qual
ity nainsook, neatly
trimmed with rows of
l.ico embroidery, bead
ing and ribbon Sizes
36 to 42 Regular 50c
value Special. 39c
Bargain Table Main
Entire Dress Length worth $3.00. rf qh
Cut from the Piece Tomorrow for pJL0
Just a little innovation tomorrow. We're going to sell dress
goods, cut from the piece, at remnant price. This initial offering
will be ample to supply 1,000 5-yard lengths, and comprise such
fabrics as All-wool Navy Blue Storm Serge, Jacquard Serge, Cream
Diagonal, Navy Blue Mohair, Scotch Mixtures, English Storm Serge,
in all colors, etc. Remember, five yards. Worth $3 00.
The entire dress length is to be sold at remnant price (M fr
of only vJ)I.yD
85c Plain and Fancy Messaline
85c 24-inch All-silk Plain Colored and Fancy Messaline, in a
full range of styles and every wanted shade to select from;
these silks are very soft and absolutely perfect. 85c value r r
for one day JjC
Bargain Table Main Aisle,
White Goods Remnants, 12c a Yd.
Hundreds of yards of plain and fancy weaves, such as India
linens, 40-inch lawns, dimities, linen-thread, and mercerized batiste,
nainsooks, cambrics, Persian and French lawns, and plenty of other
kinds, ia suitable lengths for almost any purpose. Regular 1fl
prices high as 37J2C yard. Choice tomorrow I ZtC
Large Size A p
Dress Shirts, ntOC
$1 and $1.25 Values
Wo ina on hand about 7 dozen
Whlto Dress Shirts In plain stiff
bosom and pleutid bosom styles,
some open front and some clostd
front, In slses 16U, IT, 17 Vj and 18
only They are the famous Sterl
ing Brand, sold regularl) at II 00
and 1 ii To be clostd out to
morrow at onlj 46c each
.Ifi Innli Wlil T. In-lit nntlnrr T-l(.
it el Oood aright, soft nap In
mat stripes of blue and pink
hullabie for night gowns, pajamas
skirts and children h welir A reg
ular lIVic alue. Tomorrow, at
Men's 15c Half
Men's Black Half
Hose, In sizes 9i, 10
und 104. Sold usual
ly at 15c. Reduced lo
Bargain Tabic Main
Women a AII-AVool Vests and
Tants. In red and gray onl. Vests
aro high neck und long sleeves
I'ants anklo length These are
real 11 00 values. For tomorrow's
llargaln Table Main Aisle.
II 75 8-4 Tapestry Table Covers.
color combinations of grton and
red and brown and red, fringed
11 around, jirqper dining ulic