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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1912.
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OPEN 8 A. M.
CLOSE 6 P. M.
Gift Dress Patterns of All
FOR FLAG TURNED
Kinds of Wash Fabrics I
Women's onp-clasp Dogskin aioves, in til AA
tan, gray, black, and white M.UU
We hnve gathered together and put up In Rift
styles from our own stork and pre-jired for gift
gHIng many choice styles of dress pattern" rang
ing m price from 80c to I2.G n pattern. Made from
such material as charmeusn, voile, wash silk, jral
atea cloth, chains, linen, cottcn foulard, durbar
cloth, poplin, pongee, cotton rge, and Scotch plaids,
and manv other In vogue fabric. All wash mate
rial, which make then useful gifts.
HELP IN ABEYANCE
Leaders 6f Party Who Heard
Governor Hadley's Plans
Womn' Two clai
OUre Kid Glove, In tan,
tray, black, and 01 All
Children' One - elssp
Fleece lined Mo ah a
Boy' One-clasp Kngllsh
rfn". ' 8L00
EttablUh.d in 1860
"Old Glory" Most Beautiful
in World, Says Colonel
80c to $2.95 per Pattern 1
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RKD CROft-a CHRISTMAB RBALH FOR MALB IIBRB.
Chlrdren'a On clasp
Fleecs-llned Kid 01 i
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Wash Goods Dept. Eighth Street Annex.
DOWN BY OFFICIALS
The chief result of the visit of Oov
rnor Hadley, of Missouri, to Washing
ton, and of the conference of Repub
lican governors here Saturday after
noon on the question of reorganization
of the Republican part)', hai been to
mphaalte the great difficulties In the
way of plans to put the Republican
party once more on Its feet
Tbo outcome of the conference of gov
error Mud of the talks which Governor
Hadl" had, with Republican Senator
ad leaders cannot be said to be any
tangible program. But It has developed
the feeling that the time Is not yet ripe
to do anything effective toward reha
bilitating the party.
Supports Cummins Plan.
Governor Hadley la a strong sup
porter of the plan proposed by Senator
Cummins to have the Republican ra
tional committee call a ni'.lonul con
vention In order that the rules may be
changed to .'u: ilrirn Southern ivpie
aantatlon, and that this may be fol
lowed by adoption of a rule recognising
in male primary lini.
The difficulty of tue situation can be
Appreciated best from the fnct that
standpatters and men close to President
Taft are sneering openly at Hartley's
efforts. They talk as If they think Had
ley were In 'he movement to try to ad
vance his own Interests.
The fact that Senator Cummins was
called out of the city and was not thero
personally to press his plan of reor
ganisation tended to make the confer
ences otr reorganization less effective.
Senutor Cummins says the situation de
mands not only radical action, but Im
mediate action and that this is no time
to be sitting around and wultlng, like
Mlcaw.ber. for someUtrng to turn up.
One phase of the situation made clear
Is that most of the progressive Repub
licans are distrustful of the Union
League Club event In New York Jan
uary 4. They fay that Instead ot be
ing a vlse move. It Is capable of doing
Inexpressible Injury to the party. They
say that' If, as the result of that func
tion. It Is made to appear to the pro
gressive Republicans of the country
that the Old Guard is bent on keeping
Ha grip, then progressive Republicans
will leavu the party by the wholesale
and troop Into the rrogressU-e party
Oplniem Are Expressed.
t the conference of governors, at-'
tended by Governors Hadley, GoMsuor
ough, lerhardt. of Minnesota; Oddlen,
of Nevada; Vessey, of South Dakota;
Tener, of Pennnvlvanla; (Jfotacock, of
West Vliglnla: Carroll, of Iowa; Spry,
or Utah, and Carey, of Wyoming, und
Governor-elect n. L. Hanni. of North
Dakota, each man expressed his opin
ion, and no action was taken. Nod
Were plans laid for further conferences.
Some of the standpat Senators be
littled (Tie plan for n national conven
tion at thin time, and raid If things
were let alone they wotild reorganize
.thsnviwlvc. . i r , ,. ,
Governor Vcssev said the rank und
file of the Republican party could bo
brought together if Roosevelt were
eliminated, but Governor Glasscock
took sharp exception. Ho said to illm
Innt Itnnscvelt was exactly not the
way to do, and that the party was
more llkelv to eliminate Penrose and
men like him.
Governor Vessev Is Progressive na
tional committeeman for Smith Dakota,
and will attend the Progressive con
ference nt Chicago.
Three Decrees of
HELPS SET RECORD
IN SALE OF SEALS
She and Mrs. Tuckerman
Dispose of 3,500 Emblems
in Two Hours.
All records for selling Red Cross
Christmas seals went hv the board
when Miss Alys Moycr, daughter of the
Secretary of the Navy, and Mr.
Wolcott Tuckerman. deposited tho
proceeds of their joint sales yesterday.
The two sold 3.600 of these small em
blems of good will In two hours at the
American Security and Trust Company.
The record previously waa held by Mlsa
Dcscha Allen, daughter of Major Henry
T. Allen, and Miss Ruth Anderson, who
sell seals at thu Palais Royal.
For sales outside of the stations a
lively competition Is also going on, with
Miss Ruth nrlttuln leading. Miss Brit
tain In two days has sold 140 worth.
Children of tho sixth division of the
fubllc schools will be then an oppor
unlty Wednesday afternoon 10 ace free
at the Princess Theater. Eleventh and
H streets northeast, the new Red Cross
film. "Hope." Every year the players
of the Edison Moving picture Company
enact a plav designed to help the sale
of the reals, and the fight against tuberculosis.
Wayne Whipple, the Philadelphia, his
torlan, Is doomed to disappointment In
his hops to have adopted his design for
a new nag-, of the United States baaed
on the plan used when America was
In Its Infancy. Officials of the quarter
master's branch of the War Department
declared today that while there had
been some correspondence over Whip
ple's design after President Taft re
ferred 'It to tho department. It had now.
one the way of ISO or more other,
hat mean that the design haa either
km ui.i.ul M tvttlnnl np burled
so deep In the obscurity of the depart
ment niea mat n. cw u -ed.
It would require an act of Controls
to change the present Star and Stripe.
hear officially ot the Whipple plan.
coionei Bcnoneia. w i -;.
ter' department, said today; "Old Glory
la the most beautiful flag In the world,
and why we eek to change It despite
all the talk at various time thai It
ought to be different, and despite all
these designs submitted to the depart
IN ARCHBALD CASE
Basis of Attorney General Wicker-
l sham's Decision on Arrest or
Standard Oil Magnates.
Ten Years for Robbery.
A sentence of ten years In the peniten
tiary was Imposed by Justice Stafford In
Criminal Court No. 1 yesterday on Rich
ard E. Polen. while, und .ouls Jefferson
and Ucorgo Ilarton, colored, follontng
their conviction on a charge of highway
robbery. It was churned that they
knocked down u foreign sailor with a
brick and then robbed him.
District Attorney Atwell, of Texas,
and two asststanls to Attorney Gen
eral Wlckersham yesterday prepared
opinions for submission to Wlcker
sham upon the Attorney General's ac
tion In holding up service of war
rants of arrest upon John D. Archbold
and other Standard Oil head In the
Waters-Pierce Oil Company caae.
Upon these opinions, from the evi
dence before the Federal grand Jurv
In Texas, which Indicted the Standard
Oil heads, Wlckersham Is to finally
determine If Archbold and Ma col
leagues shall be arrested and taken
Representatives darner and Beall ot
Texas today said tnev wouia wiin
hold demands for Congressional In
vestigation of Wlckeraham's action
until the final decision of the Attor'
Three absolute divorce decrees were
recorded In the District Supreme Court
yesterday. Lillian Simmons was granted
divorce from Benjamin II. Simmons on
testimony furnished by detectives, and
George Schmidt was divorced from Car
rie O. N. Schmidt, the decree being In
favor of the husband. I.ucy Storke was
given a decree separating her from
?PETS" J j
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For Christmas Gilts
A pet tor a gift? Why not? Couldn't
find another that would give cc much
pleasure, and It will be a perpetual
reminder ot the donor. Pets around
the house have a cheering effect
banish dull care and are enjoyed by
young and old.
Come here to headquarters and se
lect a pet to give that girl or boy
that you are In doubt a to what gift
would please most. Birds, dogs, rab
bits, and other pots priced xery low.
CANARIES THAT SING SWEETLY
Schmid's Bird Store
712 12th Street N. W.
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Will pay for any of these beautiful
articles and thousands of others
Gold I-avallem. I
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Largest Credit Jewelry
House in the World.
935 Pa. Ave. N.W.
Solid Gold, fi
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any em- OJtA
gold mount- fljQ
Solid Gold, en-
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Real Dla- r J.
Unparalleled and Unequalled Are the Silk Values Offered Tomorrow
20,000 Yanb of Suk CnutiMes Ow Purchase Fron the Great Silk Clearing Home of America, Samuel Enema & Co., of Hew Yerk I
The extraordinary values that we will place on sale tomorrow morning are unparalleled, and are without an equal. Never have we known such fine quality Silks to be
old at such extremely low prices. Every yard is absolutely perfect and guaranteed. Every thread pure silk, and most of them are dyed in the yarn, which makes them wear
doubly wen. Samuel Eiseman Co., prior to their removal from their downtown store to their new quarters in what is known as the uptown silk section of New York, are
sacrificing their entire stock t prices that are conceded to be the lowest in history. Don't let anything keep you away from here tomorrow, as this is the greatest silk value
giving event we have ever had. Included in our purchase are the following:
$1.25 and $1.50 36-incfi
These are positively oil pure silk crow blacks, and are
Included in this lot are
M-taefc Black Meaaallnea. M-laei Black Taffetas.
SS-lartj Black Ratla Duchess. St-laeh Black Btagallnes.
3lach Black Peau 4e CrtracM-lach Black Moire Velours.
aeMaeb Black Pratt a Sale.
sa-laek Black Pekla Striae Taffeta.
Positively all pure silk, perfect In every respect, and fin
ished with a beautiful cluster. Included In the lot are la-Inch
Black Satin Duchess, Is-inch Black Messaltne, and 19-Inch
Black Taffeta. These will be displayed on Bargain Table, Main
aisle. Regular Wc qualities. This sale. SSc.
$2.00 and $2.25 Colored Char.
meuae and Crepe Meteor
An entirely new assortment of the vtry latest and most
wanted colors, for street Hnd evening wesr. These ore all
Ilk and 40 Inches wide; very soft and clingy; regulnr 12. 0U
and i:.:s quality. In this sale, II. 6.
$1.00 37-inch Wash
I'osltlvcly all pure silk, and will wash and retain color
and finish; white grounds with colored and black stripes.
$1.00 40-inch Colored
In a splendid araortment of street and ev-
.All nure silk
$1.00 36-inch Colored
All pure silk, soft and perfectly finished,
csortment of street and evening shade.
In a full as-
85c and $1.00 24 and 26 inch
Black Silks at
ie-laeh mark Dneheas. 20-laeh Black Mrsaallae.
20-Inch Black I'ean dr Kale.
Heavyweight, excellent iiuallty, ull pure silk, and abso
lutely perfect in every respect.
59c 19-inch Fancy
Taffetas and Measalinea.
These come In light and dark grounds, with colored
Mrlpcs and chvrkx. They urc all pure rllk and perfectly fin
ished; regular 55c qualities. In this sale. S5c.
Bargain Tables Main
85c Crepe de Chine
These aro all pure silk, and come In a great variety of
bordered and floral designs. Kcgular SOc quality, at S0c
Our Enlarged Jewelry Department Offers
Better Gift Values Than Ever
Solid Gold Front Scarf
Solid Gold Front Tie
Sterling Silver Bar l'lns,
Solid Qold Front Buckle
design Beauty Pins
Oold-plated Lockets, Ro- fljl OC
man or plain vl.t)
Gold-plated Brooch fl1 AQ
Pins, bead edge 0J..4O
Solid Gold Baby Hinge, AC.
stone settings tO,
Sterling Silver Belt Pins,
plain and engraved, 98c
Gold-plated Belt Pins,
with stone settings
Filigree Brooch Pins, but
Roman Finish Oold-plated A00
Bar Pins, daisy design lOV
Articles of Jewelry Nicely Boxed
Kllk Gloria, 2S-ln. para
gon frume. plain or fancy
811k Gloria, 28-ln. para
gon frame, plain mission
or sterling trimmed
Union Taffcts, 2-ln.
frame, plain mission or
Union Taffeta or All-silk
las, 28-ln. paragon frame,
plain or trimmed mission.
Leather Goods for Gifts
They will be appreciated long after Xaas is over
Handbags, In genuine seal-grain
and morocco leather, fitted with
coin purse: gilt, nickel, und QQrt
gun metal trimmed IOL
Handbftu. In genuine neul-graln
leather, Htteil with coin purse;
gilt, nickel, and gun AQ
metal trimmed 3A.40
Hand Purees. In genuine seal
grain and morocco lea
ther; assorted colors; 50c (JO QQ
Blllbooks. In genuine senl-graln
leather, alligator, and 2A QQ
Russian seal. 50c to tP70
Handbags, In rcul Russian seal ,
jeainer; large anu,sman sizes; lea-
ther lined: Kilt and gun
metal trimmed; fitted dM QQ
with purse wl.ZFO
Vanity Handbags, In genuine saf- ' '
fron Ipflther tlttfri with mlrrnr atirl
coin purse; assorted col- (fl QQ
Three-fold Secret Pocket Card
Case, In genuine Russian
seal leather; leather tf" AA , ,
lined 91.UU .,
Handbags, In genuine seal-grain, . .
morocco, and walrus-grain leather,
fitted r.-lth purse; gilt fljn QQ ' '
and gun metal trimmed.. wi70
The Greatest Assortment of 1 A
Ladies' Fine Handkerchiefs 2C
We've Etct Carried 19c aal 25c Valaes at . .
500 dozen In c. big purchase, included In the lot aro Swiss embroider
ed edges Tall-linen imbVoldercd. all-llnen Initial, and plain hemstitched:
also tine Shamrock lawn. This Is without a doubt the prettiest lot of
handkerchiefs ever sold ai una pritt:. mrj mr itnj num. Vf9p
19c and '.'He. Bargain Table. Main floor, tomorrow at
Children's Kmbroldered-corner Handkerchiefs; 2 In
Women's All-llnen Iimbroldered-corner Handkerchiefs;
beautiful patterns. Regulnrly 18c. Special
Beautiful assortment of Ladles' Linen Lace-cdgc Handker
chiefs. Regular 00c value. Special
Men's Silk Handkerchiefs, with colored borders; i In fancy box.
Resrular price. 15c. Special
Men's and Women's All-llnen Initial Handkerchiefs. Regular
lie value. in box. Special
Women's Embroidered Swiss Handkerchiefs, six In box. 1 AA
Regular 11.60 value. Special WX.UU
Ladles' All-llnen Handkerchief. In dainty embroidered In- CA
Rial. Regular SGc value. In box OX.trv
fancy box. 1(1.
NO 1 IONS
Funcy HundU- nim.
Brooms, 2Slc to
Fancy 'lupu Measures,
Fancy Wax, waxing
tipool Holdcis, all colors,
Soft Hat Brushes, with
colored bundles, 35c to ....
Fancy Hose Supporters,
all nicely boxed. Set, 25c 41 Ail
Dresden Hmerles, different 19
shapes. Kach. 10c and ImC
Emeries, blue, pink, and en
white. Kuch t
Fancy Cubes, large and 1C
small, 5c to lot
Solid Steel Scissors, In ffQ QQ
leather cases. 81.48 to 5)i30
Stands, with mug and dQ QQ
Brusli, 39c to fflO.UO
Fancy Work Boxes, fit- 5 AQ
ted. Sreclal, 25c to OU.IO
$18.00 9x12 Feet Tapestry
RUGS . . .
9x12 Tapestry Brussels Ittigs Smith's Seamlets and Hartford Car- 4
')tet Co.'a make well made and durable; color combinations of QIO IE T
green, olive, red, and brown
O ft. by U ft sire I U.S.
S25.00 9x12 Axmlnlster Rut;; Ave different designs In orlentalr and
florals; desirable combinations of green, olive, rose, and red; flJI'T QC
medallions and all-overs. A special value tPXIeOU
NUIxlU.tf Is Sis.r. OxU Is JO.OS. 4.0xU.O I V.1.03.
For Monday, each
27x54 Axmlnster Rug; medallion and all-over designs; color combina
tions of green, red. brown, tun, lose, and pink; excellent quel- 1 QQ
Ity: a very useful Nmas present VXtvO
30x72 Axmlaater Hugs, quallt and designs as above, $.'1.48.
$5.00 Jersey. Meitaline, and
Taffeta Petticoats ....
T Excellent quality heavy messaltne. chiffon, taffeta, and silk Jersey:
in plafond changeable .hades and black: nlalh tailored and pleated
T fiounct. with underflounce; regular sizes only; lengths, 38 to 42. Actual
tlWUMi.Vt " ""- ft AC
15.00 valufi. romorruw, iiwi, i.4o.
Bargain Tble Main Floor.
Full-size Silkoline Comfort: tilled
v.lth best white cotton and studi
ed all oyer: plain on one side, (In
ured on the other: large variety
of light or dark colorings In floral
or oriental designs to select from.
Regular price, $1.25. Spe- d1 AA
Holiday Waist Patterns, 79c
Kind, at, Pattern .
500 Beautiful Waist Patterns: made of the best grades of silk finish
English madras In WHITE ONLY, In a lurge variety of striped and fig
ured designs done up In boxes for Klfts.
White Goods Ucpt, Eighth Street Annex, and Main Floor Bargain
A special purchase of 50 dozens.
These are the prettiest and dain
tiest you ever saw. Made of excel
lent quality flannelette, In dark and
light colors. Nicely trimmed, all
dies, and really worth $1.00. While
they lat, tomorrow at 50c.
Bargain Table Main Aisle.
$2.00 Doable Daoask, $1.50
lt.00 73-Inch Bleached
Damask, In a variety of
the neweit patterns. Spe
cial, per yard
Napkin to match.
11.50 Bleached Scotch
Napkin. Special per do..
10-4 Soft-finish Hemstitched Ger
man Damask Tablecloths. (3J' (?Q
Special, each 51u7
17.00 Hemstitched Table Set, con
sisting of one 2x3 H II. C. Cloth
and one dozen Napkins to r PA
T match. Special, set Wtr.UV
2x3 Hemstitched Table- (Jn AA
cloth; wero $2.50. Special. v6MV
Sx2U Hemstitched Table
cloths; were $3.25. Spe- n ea
Slse 27x45 Extra Fine Hemstitch
ed lluck Towels, with damask bor
ders; were (1.50 each. 1 AA
L Rneclal ,"v
This Cape. $1.33.
We have arranged for tomorrow Extraor- B
dinary Sales in our Ready-to-Wear Dept. jff j
For Tomorrow Rainy Weather Specials
1,000 Children's Striped Rubber Rain Capes; sizes
6 to 14; each in a holly Christmas box; $2.50 value. To- t1 OO
morrow (Bargain Table, Main Floor) yiJJ
1,000 Women's and Misses' Tan Full Length Rubber-surface,
Plaid-back Raincoats; each in a holly Christmas box; fljl nr
sizes 1 6 and 1 8, 34 to 44 ; values $5.00. Tomorrow vp 1 y J
(Bargain Table, Main Floor.)
1,000 Children's and Misses' Bestyette dpes, in navy, garnet,
and brown: sizes 6 to 15 years; value, $3.75. bach in t
a holly Christmas box. Tomorrow
(Bargain Table, Main Floor.)
ThlH Coat, ll.kS.
We Have Arranged a Very Special Before-Christmas Sale Of
Women's and Misses' Coats, Coat Suits, and Dresses
Coat Suits and Long Coats, worth up to $35 . . . $8.95
Broken assortment of sizes of Women's, Misses', and Children s Coat Suits and
full length and J4 Cloth Coats of wool mixtures; 375 suits and coats in the lot; all QQ AT
sizes; values $35.00, $30.00, $27.50, $25.00, and $22.50. Tomorrow for a quick clear- 1C US
ance; no alterations. Choice. Jm J J
We will also place on sale Evening Coats, Dress Coats, Velvet Coat Suits, Tailor- f A f i
made Coat Suits, in fancy and plain effects; Charmeuse, Velvet, and Serge Dresses. IU Sll
Values, $45.00, $40.00, $37.50, $35.00. Special for tomorrow " VV
Our entire stock of finest grade Evening Coats, Dress Coats, Velvet Coat Suits, Finest Tailor
made Suits, in fancy and plain effects; Finest Charmeuse and Velvet Dresses. J f
Values $100.00, $90.00, $80.00, $75.00, $65.00, $60.00, and $50.00. Special L Kll
for tomorrow v laJU
frH-H-M'M ; i i .H..r.M"H.M-4"l'H"r'44-WW MM! M-i
25c Children's ft
Ribbed Hose JC
Children's Fine ar.d Heavy Ribbed
Hose, double sole, high spliced heel,
und extra double knee. Our regu
lar 25c iiuallty. Special for one day
at 9c. Small sizes only, 5 to 7.
Standard Apron Gingham, In the
wanted blue checks, for Christmas
presents; strictly fust col. Cflmg,
ors; "c value. Special 07C
tO-lii. Unbleached Sheeting, made
from best Sea Island cotton; will
blruch In first washing; for
sheets, etc.; 9c value. Spe- GSJin
Fancy Strlpo Bed Ticking, In mill
ends, 2 to 20 yard lengths; strictly
feather proof; 25c value. Spe- If.
U6-ln. Domestic l.ongcloth, sheer;
lino for ladles' and children's un
ilergurments; 12'tc value. QXjj,
42x30 and 15x26 Linen Finish
l'lllow Cases; 15c und ltic
values; either sixe. Spe- inrf..
One lot Pillow Tubing, in three
wldtha 36-Inch, 42-Inch. 45-lnchj
18c, 20c. und 22c value. 11
To clone, special 'C
81x108 lCverlSHtlng Sheets, Blue
l.ubel, our exclusive brand; mude
of the best gulf cotton; hand-torn,
with 3-lnch hem; 2Vi yards wide
by 3 yards long; S6c value. riA.
Spcclut 1 4C
90108 Coliassvt Sheets, the best
value unit best stock: hand-torn,
with 3-lnch hem; 11.05 val- ftn.
uc. Special tlsSC
TIMES WANT ADS BRING RESULTS
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