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THE WASHINGTON TIMES.' WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 4,' 1912.
IN 45,1100 VISITS
Review of Work Done Dur
ing Year Heard at An
i nual Meeting.
For one came or another. 45,000 visits
Were made by Associated Charities
workers In the District last year, ac
cording to the report of Secretary Wal
ter 8. Ufford, read at the annual meet-
of the Associated Charities. Approx
imately 15,000 of these visits were made
to persons In distress and need of help,
ml 30,000 visits were made In the In
terest of the charities' thrift and sav
in scheme promotion.
Not less than tf.753 is now on deposit
In savings banks as a result of the so
ciety's inculcation of thrift among Ita
former applicant! for charity.
Mr. Ufford's report was only one fea
ture of the annual meeting, which took
Place at Rauscher's. An address wan
liven by Prof. Jacob It. Hollander, of
Johns Hopkins University, who came
out atrongly In favor of a minimum
Thorn Heads Officers.
Miss Julia C. Lathrop, head of the
Children's Bureau, discussed the aboli
tion of poverty. Officers were elected for
the coming year, the following being
President Corcoran Thorn.
Vice presidents Hennen Jennings, the
Rev. Dr. Roland Cotton Smith, Mgr.
William T. Russell, the Rev, J. H.
Bradford, and I. L. Blount.
Treasurer John Jov Edson.
Directors for term expiring November.
IMS-Ernest P. Blckncll, Judge William
H. De Lacy, John Joy Edson, Mlsa Con
stance D. I.eupp, A. Llsner, Mrs.
Charles W. Richardson, the Rev. John
Van Bchalck. Jr.. and Henry White. .
Prof. Hollander also advocated col
lective bargaining between trades
unions and employers, but his principal
contention waa for the minimum wage,
the speaker urging the enactment of
this by law, "for less than which It
hull not bo lawful for the employers
to contract or the laborers to engage,
an amount sufficient to maintain a
worklngman's home In decency."
Discussing ways and means of abol
ishing poverty. Miss Lathrop raid that
tlio calmness with which the question
Is new dlscuss-d In Itself Indicates the
progress which Is being made In this
country. Miss Lathrop was referring
to the contention formerly held that
persons oURht to be poor because
Providence Intended them to- be so. In
suppori of which, with mistaken Infer
ence, waa quoted the words of the
Naiarene. "The poor e have always
Old Fatalism Is Gone.
"Constructive measures," said Miss
Lathrop. "have now taken the place of
the old fatalism which accepted these
words not as a reproach, but as a
tatement of fact."
The meeting waa attended by many
Sromlnent men and women, represent
ve of all the leading charitable and
eleemosynary Institutions affiliated
with the Associated Charities. Resolu.
tlons of thanka to the press and for
tnn use oi tne nan at nauscners were
worthy of con
sideration the opinons
thousand men all of them
practicing physicians com
mand your confidence.
In expressing his belief in
Professor Thomas B. Stlltmin,
M.S., Ph.D., the well-known
research chemist of Stevens Insti
"Tat chemical union of tbe constituents
ajf Banttogen If s true one, representative
f lb hlthett ) In foundation of a
product containing phosphorus In the or
gsnlc phosphite condition, and so combined
that dlf esUon and asslmllaUon of Sanstogta
rt tendered complete with the greatest
This same general appre
ciation runs through the
16,000 letters received from
practicing physicians who
recognize in Sanatogen the
ideal food for exhausted
nerves the food-tonic you
need for your nerves.
Write for a Free fop, nf
Nerve Ilealtb Ileiralnrrt."
The work ol a phrsleUa author, heiutl.
pjllr llltittrtud. cpoulalBf facta al wul
latettn to you.
Sanalsxtn it told in thru tittt, UM,
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BULL MOOSE MEN
His Wholesale Nominations Made Without Consulting the
Progressives Provokes a R ow Which Menaces Fu
ture of Republican Party.
A big row between the President and
Progressive Republicans In tha Senate,
over patronage) Is In sight. With tha
sending to the flennte by the President
yesterday of hundreds of nomination-,
It developed at the aamo time that the
President Is Ignoring the progressive
Republicans as far aa possible In mak
ing selections for office and taking his
advice and counsel entirely from stand
patters. The situation Is discouraging to those
Republicans who want to see the Re
publican party renewed. At the same
time, there Is uncertainty as to how far
the Democrats will go In trying to pre
vent confirmations before March 4.
Indications are thnt the Democrats
will not adopt a blanket policy of pre
venting confirmations, but that they
will oppose as many Individual cases as
they can find excuse to oppose.
Patronage Ii Live Topic.
Sending of a wholesale lot of appoint
ments to the Senate by the President
and the reference of these appointments
to committees was the first step taken
this session In dealing with tho mooted
question of Federal patronage. How
the Senutora aro going to lino up on
the question of confirming appointment,
has not yet been made entirely clear. It
la plain, however, that the President
nnd some the progressive Republican
Senators aro going to clash hard over
appointments. Naturally, the Bull
Moose Senators will receive no consld
eratlon In patronage from tho Presi
A clash between the President and
tho progressive Republican Senators
over patronage will be no new thing.
Hut this winter the collision will bo
more pronounced than ever.
Writer Fails in Effort
To Coax Elopers Home
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 4.-Hector
ruller. newspaper correspondent, has
arrived hero after a futile trip around
the world In the wako of Jordan Law
rence Mott, Jr., of New York, and Mrs.
Francis Hawlett Bowne. a wealthy
Long Island society matron, who eloped.
Fuller's expenses were pain oy n
T.a.rnr. Molt. -r.. who promised him
$25,000 If he succeeded In bringing the
young man back. Fuller Just missed
the couple nt Gibraltar, reaenca ouei
few hours after their arrival, and nt
Port Said found that they had left on
the day of his arrival. Ho managed to
reach Hongkong ahead of tho runa
ways, and met them there, but Mott
was Impervious to his pleadings, swear
ing he would remain with Mrs. Rnwne.
The eloperH then established a home In
- mntl .!.. It, th Interior nf China.
and Fuller started for home.
Open 8 A. M.
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1913 Baby Carriages
The President has tent In a number
of postofflco appointments over tho
heads of the progressiva Republicans,
lln Ih throwing the offices to tho old
guard politicians rather than tho pro
gressiva Republican politicians. Trou
ble has arisen In Ohio, Iowa, and other
States over this policy.
What progressive Republican Senators
do not like In that the President Is tak
ing the advice aa to appointments, not
of the Senators, but referees In thu
BtRtes who are old guard leaders.
The fact the president Is making a
number of such appointments will drive
the progressive Republican Senator! In
rases of this kind to buck ags dnat con
firmations. And the result will be. ap
parently, that a lot of Republicans will
get balked out of offices and tho Demo
crats wll have that many more to nil
after March 4.
Feeling More Strained.
All the while the Prrs'dent Is swing
ing tho patronage club over the heads
of the progressive Republicans, the
feeling between that element of tho
party and the Old Guard clement la
getting worse. Many of the wise poli
ticians among the standpatters depre
cate the unwisdom of tha President a
policy. They say that It will hurt the
Republican party more than ever, and
that It will help nobody but the Pro
gressive party. By revealing to men of
progressive type tho Intense feeling be
tween tha two Rcpubl'cnti factions. It
will cause many progressives to go
over to the Bull Moose party, who
would otherwise remain with the Re
publicans awhile longer and seo wheth
er the party could bo renewed.
Tho truth Is that a lot of good He-,
publicans without regard to progres
sive or standpat view, aee little hope nf
reorganization so long os Mr. Taft la
In the White House following the amas-
Ing political advice given him by somoj
us me uuuruum nruuuu mm.
Captain Silvester Quits
Post as College Head
BALTIMORE. Dec. 4.-At a meeting
of the board of trustees of tho Mary
land Agricultural College, Capt. R. W.
Sllveiter, for twenty years president of
tho college, tendered his resignation.
He gave HI health as the reason for his
The board appointed Captain Silvester
president emeritus and director of li
brary. A committee consisting of Gov.
ernor Oohlsborough. speaker of the
House of Delegate, Trlppe. Frank R.
Kent, and Robert Crane was appointed
to select a new president. Prof. Thomas
II. Spence, vlco president for several
years and professor of languages, waa
appointed president pro tempore, and it
la the general impression that he will
be appointed in succeed President Sil
vester. A resolution was adopted com
mending the work of the resigning ores
Ident and regretting his resignation.
W.B. MOSES &SONS.
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This Rocker, with leather
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A wonderful stock to choose
Gold Bohemian Glass
These beautiful Boudoir Sets of
Bohemian glass inlaid in gold,
$3.25 to $16.50
Examine our splendid stock of Art
This Solid Mahogany
colonial design and carved.
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WILL BE SUBJECT
OF LECTURE HERE
Woman Will Give Exhibition
of Model Bocks for
The essentials of a child's library will
be discussed by Miss Clara W. Herbert,
of the children's department of tho
Public Library this afternoon and to
morrow afternoon and will give an ex
hibition of model booka at the library
from 2:30 to 1:30 o clock. rar
The lecture will deal especially with
the sort of books which should be pur
chased for children for Christmas pres
ents. Rooks which possess ethical
value, vitality. Interest, hero worship
fpr tho people who aro admirable,
simplicity of lm Ident and lack of mori
bid Introspection are characterised its
tho-e moat desirable.
JttL"." "r, points out thut tho
child a desires In booka change from pic
ture books, fairy tales nnd rhymes, to
stories of real life with plenty of
Many of the Hoy Bcout and aeroplane
books which now catch the fancy of
many boys aro for tho most part not
founded on fact and produce a wrong
impression of the world. In order to
have i un excellent chlldren'e library, Miss
Herbert says, tho tost need not ba great
since publishers are constantly getting
nut low priced editions nf good books.
Literature as a means of forming good
hahlts, decreasing nervousness mid
forming a common meeting ground for
parent nnd young peoplo Is especially
recommended by Miss Herbert and the
points out that It Is bjttcr In the end
to select nnn book at a high price than
nun u uozen poor dookb ui tow prices.
"Caesar" Poisoned, His
Owner Offers Reward
J. B. Clarke, of 702 T street northwest,
has offered a reward of lion for evidence
that will convict the person who on
November 22 poisoned his large St.
Bernard dog, Caesar. The dog took
second prize at the bench show here
last winter, and Mr. Clarke has appeal
ed to all dog fanciers to assist him In
learning tho Identity of the gulltv per
son. He recently refused an offer of
l.'.OOO for the dog.
Appeals for Fund
The work of the coming season was
Aimm.m.A nt , t. n ,t.,.ntlt1ir nf I. Wntn.
an's Atixlllarv to the Mission Board of
the Kplscop.il f hurt lies or tne city in
tho Church of the Ascension yesterday.
The Rev. O. C. Ilratenahl, secretary of
the third department of the mission
board, addressed the meeting. He urged
the education of missionaries and ap
pealed for it linger fund.
Says She Proposed.
NEW YORK. Dec. 4 Answering Miss
Mar Mclntvre's suit for breach of
promise. William Hughes, wealthy
manufacturer, says "sho proposed and
he merely acquiesced."
This Table is
There are several other
designs, and each Table has
been priced low for the
Christmas sellinsr. These
Tables are easily put up out
of the way.
Strong Book Racks
A great comfort in the
den or living room, where
reading is done and books
become scattered. This
From $10.00 Up
Many styles and finishes,
at prices ranging thus: $11.
$15, $17, $21, $25, $27, $30,
$36, $44, $50, $55, $60, $64,
Also in Oak, Circassian
Walnut, and Bird's-eye Ma
ple. SonS, F and Eleventh
ELIGIBLE LIST OF
SCHOOLS MADE UP
Graduates of Colleges Nam
ed Are Eligible for Gov
The Bureau of Animal Industry con
nected with the Department of Agricul
ture has Issued the following list of
accredited veterinary colleges. grad
uates of which are eligible for the civil
service examination for the position of
.... i..n..i.. nnr Washing-
. ..-i.....iiu .Aiiam nf veterinary
ion umvoi-i.j, .- -- - - -
medicine; Alabama polytechnic Jnstl-
tute, college Ol v-ri ""V.'
n... f.,.inu r-nllese; Cincinnati
Veterinary College; Colorado BtaW i col
lege division of veterinary medicine;
aFaftd Rapids Veterinary coii-.-; In
diana Veterinary College; lw
.. " '....-.... ..lrltiaw mdlClnet
college, division "'; "K-i.Si.u-n:
Kansas city yntnr -vy.""- Veter.
sas State Agricultural College veter-
nirv College? New York State Veter!
SEy ColleYe';, Ohio Stat. University,
college of veterinary, mtdlclne.Bt.
Joseph veterinary Vi..." niii- Polleio
lX. V5terlnaryCofte,; State .College
Btates College of Veterinary Surgeons:
University of Pennsylvania, school or
Veterinary medicine; UnlvMritjr of To
ronto, Ontario veterinary college (grad
tates of or prior to Hot).
qraduates of tho followlng-named col
Uges which -re not now In aesslon will
be admuiea jo -"",""- sr;,-i
Wn. . University .Veer nary .Bchool
or veterinary a-aim " . i. ,.i
Graduates of tha following-named for
eign colleges will be admitted to exam
inations: Olssgow Veterinary College.
Royal Veterlnaty College. London;
Itoal Veterinary College, of Ireland:
Royal (Dick) Veterinary College, the
Now Veterinary. College. Veterinary
College of Lemberg. University of Mel--bourne
Unmarried and unbossed.
RICHMOND, Va., Dec. s.-Qovernor
Gilchrist, of Florida, at the conference
of governors, said he was the only "real
governor In the Union." for two rea
sonshe is unmarried and unbossed.
NKW YORK. Dec. 4. The Woman's
Heultli Protective Association has In
vent! d a :-cent lunch for working peo
ple. It la said to be wholesome and
Gmt a.Recl Bison, "The Half-Breed
Scout. Todsy. Virginia.
Try Our aje Regular Dinner Or One Of
our famoui brrakfaat. 3c Manhattan
Luncn, si. Jin nw.
Close 6 P. M.
and Wall Papers
OSm)'- i IJI
WARNING NOTE TO
Peerless Socialism Will Poll
Millions More Votes, He
Says, in "Swan Song.'
Deprecating the fact that tha Socialist
party will not be reprcaented In the next
Congress, Congressman Victor V. Berg
cr, of Wisconsin, defeated candidate for
re-election, Issued a statement today
reviewing Socialistic gains In the past
lection and predicting a gain of :,0to,
000 votea In the next.
"The Socialists can not claim any dls
trlot until they have an absolute ma
jority or all the votea there," said tier'
ger. "A simple plurality will not do
for us because the old parties forget
their differences and Join hands as soon
as they find the working class wants
to give expression to its Interests in the
"The presence of fifty Socialists In
Congrrss would have a wonderfully
bcnrflclal effort upon the old parties.
It would put ginger Into them and com
pel them to accomplish legislation of
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Our Great Stock of Gift Suggestions Is Ready
Our great store has already put on its holiday attire, and every department is fairly teeming
with gift suggestions of every character. You'll And the prices well within reach of every purse and
the quality the best possible.
Here Is Something That Will Make an Excellent Gift !
$5 Dress Lengths Silk and Wool Poplin, $2.98
These poplins are full 40 and 42 inches wide. First quality and made of the purest silk and wool;
colors are cream, light blue, Alice, Copenhagen, shrimp, reseda, pink, paon, navy, gray, taupe, etc.
Four yards in each length. If for gift purposes we box them free of charge. For tomorrow it j QQ
only these $5.00 lengths are to be sold for only 4-5 VO
They Alto Make Fine Gifts
$1.25 Silkoline Comforts, $1.00
Full Klze Sllkollne-covered Com
forts; we have them rlther In the
I'erslan or floral dpslgns; Unlit or
dark colors, best wlitt- cotton rill
ing; scroll stitched. (l.!J C- An
Kxtra-welght. Full Slie Comfort,
figured on both allien: filled with
best white li-mlnated cotton; sew
ed In a pretty scroll so as to keen
cotton In place; larK naiortment
of colors and combinations to se
lect from. Usual J:.0 fljl CA
gr-Je. Special w.latJU
11-4 Full Size "Austiallan Wool
Nap" Blanket, made close and
felly on a German loom, therefore,
soft, warm and durable; will laun
der perfectly; Miort nap; ilnlnty
blue or pink borders; made as
well as a S3. 00 blanket.
Regular price. 13.00. Spe- tiQ AA
Gifts of Table Linens
Are Always Appreciated
71-Inch Bleached Irish Damask:
extra weight; In a great variety of
the newest and most desirable pat
terns; 11.25 quality. Spe- ffl A A
clal. per yard tfHaUU
Napkins to match.
Extra welKht German Sliver
Bleached Damask; .V nu.il- '7C-,
Ity. Special, yard tOl
72-Inch Bleached Scotch Doublo
Damask; $2 quality. Spe- 01 Eft
clal, per yard tDJ-aUU
"J Napkins to match. Wero pi.
Special, per dozen. 15.
ID-Inch Hemstitched Tea Nap
kins, from $1.50 to IS.00 per dozen.
$1.25 Worsted Sacques, 97c.
Infants' Handmade Worsted
Sacquen, In plnk-and-wlilto und
Mue-and-whlte; neatly trimmed with
ribbon. Reeularly $1.25. Spe- Q7p
$1.25 Ooat Sweaters, 98c.
Babies' Coat Sweaters, In cotton
and wool; In red, gray and white;
alses 1 to 3 years. Regularly QQ
$1.25. Special 'Ot
New 1913 Tub Silks, Reg- 7
ular $1.00 Values, at- - - Ot
Full 37 inches wide All-pure Silk; very atrong and durable; war
ranted to wash and retain color and finish. These come In white grounds
with stripes of black, navy, Copenhagen, hello, green and r f
brown. Romcmber. , they are tho regular $1.00 quality. To- v
morrow at .'. ;;.
A waist of these makcB a fine gilt.
Thcso aro nil pure silk and a
grounds with beautiful bordered
quality. For a day
which they do not even dream today."
The defeat of the Republican candi
date and tho fact that Mr. Wilson
polled a million less votes as Demo
cratic candidate for Prealdent than did
Mr. Bryan four years ago, Berger de
clared, "shows that the voters of the
United Btates not only repudiated the
Republican party but showed lack of
confidence In the Democratic party.
"The Democratic party cannot help
being reactionary because It Is con
trolled by a coalition of the South and
Tammany," ho said.
"If the Democrats fall to cut down
the high cost of living .and carry out
-their platform promlara for abolition
of the trusts, a political revolution and
an Industrial panic Is due within the
next two or four years. That will mean
Democratic hard times' and soup kitch
ens. This time the panic also will strike
tho South, break up thn solid South and
give cause to riots and disturbances.
"As for my own person," concluded
lterscr, "I will say that I like my work
In thn House and shall enjoy It to the
last moment. In fact, I am sorry for
Cullom Would Smooth
Pathway of Hazers
Senator Cullom of Illinois has intro
duced a bill which would deal gently
with hasers and modify the rules which
prevent a cadet expelled from the Naval
Academy for hating from getting an
appointment In the army, navy or ma
rlni corps, after an examination, until
two years from the time his class has
graduated. Senator Cullom has acted
on account of the fuct that Walter J.
TIJan, of Hochelle. III., who made a ca
det stand on his head an undue period,
was expelled and cannot get Into the
army or marines until U1S.
ESTABLISHED IN 1860
Kottra Sire White Blanket, very
closely woven; made strong and
durable. It will glvo excellent
service and will launder well;
bound with mohair; dalntv blue ot
rink borders. Worth ft. 00. ffO QQ
$7.00 White California
Wool Blanket, $5.00
11-4 Full Size White Call'orni
Wool Blanket. This Is our great
popular leader. Alrea.1v shrunken;
made from lilirh-Krade lonr staple
wool. Uvery pair absolutely Kuar
nnteed by us Soft and warm. It
Is bound to please any one who
desires n hlnnket of nualltv; blue,
pink, or yellow border. C? AA
$7.00 value iBOaUU
Extra Fine Double Damask Pat
tern Cloths: newest round designs
In hollyhock, key, -oppy, azalea,
carnation, ribbon, chrysanthemum
and band, anemone, nasturtium,
arabesque, violet, etc.
:x. yds. Was IS.flo. Special 14.00
-x2 yds. Was tfX. Special.... $3.00
2x3 yds. Was $7.D0. Special $ii.00
2x4 vds. Was $10.00. Special S.fm
2'4x2i yds. Was $6. Special.... $5.00
-hx2H yds. Was $S. Special. ...$rt.00
Napkins to match.
35c All-linen Hemstitched Huck
Towels; S varieties to select from.
Special, 29c each.
for the Baby
59c Worsted Caps, 50c.
Babies' Cups, made of line quallty
worsted links and links stitch. In
plnk-and-wlilto and blue-and- EA
white. Regularly 60c. Special.. uUC
$1.25 Short Dresses, 98c.
Babies' Short Dresses, mado of
tine quality nainsook and lawn:
trimmed with lace, embroidery and
tucks; round and square yokes; sizes
6 months to 2 years. Regu- QQn
larly $1.25. Special aOi,
Crepe de CO
strong, heavy quality; whlto PAf
floral designs. Regular 85c nil
TIMES; WANTS TO
Musician Asks to Have
Trust Fund Created for
DKDHAM, Mass., Dec. 4. Three mar
riages and two divorces In tha Ufa of
Arthur Gordon Weld, of Dedham, for
merly conductor for the Anon Sodetv
of Milwaukee, Wis., and a well-known
director of New York light operas,
caused Weld to ask the supreme court
to create a trust fund whereby he may
provide for wives Nos. 1 and t, and his
children by those marriages.
Weld wedded Kate De Rossel Wood.
bury In int. Soon after the birth of a
second child he was divorced. In IBS
Weld married Miss Hedwlg Wahl.
daughter of a wealthy Milwaukee
brewer. Two years later tha second
Mrs. Weld obtained a divorce. Several
years later Weld married Jane Peyton,
an actreas. Miss Peyton waa the di
vorced wife of Dr. Robert Curtis
Brown, a Milwaukee physician.
Weld wants to dissolve an alleged
Illegal contract whereby he waa to re
ceive one-third and his second wife two
thirds of his Income.
CLOSE 6 P. M.
29c GingkaiB Aprons, 25c.
Qingham Band Aprons; full OC
width. Regularly 29c. Special Wt
35c Lawn Aprons, 25c.
Waists, Bib and Round Aprons;
made of good quality lawn; aeveral
styles nf each; neatly trimmed
with embroidery. Regularly OCn
Kc. Special &0r
59c and 69c White Aprons,
White Aprons: made of fine dotted
swlss and lawn; waist, bib. and
round; trimmed with tine embroid
ery and lace. Regularly 61c K(g
.and 69c. Special i""'
$1.48 Long Orepe QO.
Cotton Crepe Kimonos, In light
blue, pink, lavender, navy, and
black; shirred yoke back and front:
sleeves und yoke trimmed with QQ
Persian border. Special Ot
$1.68 Sateen Pet- Afi
Splendid quality sateen. In black,
navy, brown, and emerald: plain
tailored and tuclced flounce; in
cluded In this lot are thu Jersey and
fitted top Klosflt Pettlco.its; also
. c.i .,n1: regular slse only:
lengths 3 to 42. Good values AET
at $1.68. Special UOC
$7.00 4 ft. 6 in. x 6 ft. 6 in.
Attractive oriental designs: pleas
InK color tonlngs: a high-Pile ex
cellent wearing floor cov- (JE OCT
crlng. Each vOtVO
We sell Bissell Carpet Sweepers.
Splendid quality messaline in all
thn new full shades and bluck: plain
talloiccl and deep pleated flounces.
Rexulitr hire only. Lengths ffO OO
SH to 4.'. Special J-St-l7
Bargain Tublc Main Floor.
$2.75 Shirt Waist Box,
2.5 Matllng-covered Shirt Waist
Box: made of best white wood;
trimmed with burnt bamboo; lumber
legs; a strong, durable re- fff. QQ
ceptuile. For UJU170
Holiday Waist Patterns,
ViO White and Colored Waist Pat
terns', made of fine grudes of Eng
lish mudras, In a large assortment
of figured, dotted, and striped ef
fects; 3 yards In each; done up
neatly for gifts. Come early and
t the choice. Regular $1.00 ryc
kind for, each DC