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Section Forbidding Swapping
' Departments Knocked Out
A point of order, made by Congress
man Mann, the minority leader,
knocked from the legislative appro
priation bill beforo It paeaed the Home
the clause prohibiten Government em.
ploycs from resigning one position
merely to take another In a different
The section, which Bemoci-atlc mem
bers of the appropriations committee
Inserted In the bill, was Intended to
stop the practice of promlscoua resigna
tions, not officially sanctioned, whereby
a clerk would arrant to get a better
Job In another department and would
suddenly leave his old employment
Kept Man Out Of Job.
The bill provided that no clerk re
s'gnlng one position for such a our-
pose might be ellglblo to re-enter the
classified service until eleven months
bad lapsed or unless he obtained the
written approval of the President.
"This Is w se legislation," said Con
gressman Johnson of South Carolina,
who was In charge of the legislative
bill, "but If the gentleman makes a
point or order against It there Is no
need of arguing the question."
"I shall make the mint of oritur In
the end, anyway," said Mr. Mann and
the sectldn went out.
w Contested Section.
, The eliminated section, which caused
Maalderable unrest among Government
employes when reported by the com
"That hereafter no person who Is or
has been employed, within the class!
lied service. In any executive depart
ment or other branch of the public serv.
Ice of the United Btates shall be em
ploed, within the classified service. In
another executive department or other
branch of the public service of the
lnt ed States unless a period of at
least eleven months shall have elapsed
since such previous employment of the
person shall have ceased, except In spe
cific cases where the heads of executive
departments or other branches of the
public service Immediately concerned
shall be agreed on a transfer or an
employment notwithstanding the period
of not less than eleven months herein
contemplated shall not have elapsed,
and In every such exceptional case the
written approval of the President shall
Oe obtained In advance of the employ
ment, and except also In cases where
termination of service shall have oc
curred because of reduction of force
In any branch of the public service."
SENATE COURT MAY
HOLD NIGHT SESSION
Witness Tells of Formation of Coal
Owing to the general feeling about the
Benate that unnecessary time Is being
taken In the Archbald Impeachment
rii, mucn taiK is current to the effect
that a night session of the court will
In tho course of the testimony yus-
J.7i,h2'.John.!, Jonra- of Scranton, told
of the formation of the Jones Coal Com
pany, of which Judge Archbald was one
of five members and of a letter sent
In Philadelphia asking for a lease on a
"1 Ju"P owned bv the estate.
.TIM w',ncs" dmlttod ho thought Judge
Archbuld's connection with the company
?V JXr ."it. P!"T?e of "curing the
0iI,i"ino 'i1' '''8h "to do somehlng
which It had not done In thirty years
making the sale of the culm bank."
James II. Rlttenlioiiso, a mining en
S!nJl5 .,a,d. hc beleved the coal In llio
Katydid culm hank for which Archbald
"d his .issociate. were to pay about
15,000, was woith nearly It7,500 at tide
water. Koast Oysters to Make
Local Elks' Lodge Glad
Members of the Elks' lodgo will en
Joy roast oysters cooked according to
the latest and most approved methods
next Thursday night at the club rooms
of Washington Lodge, No. 16. The of
fair Is In charge of a committee con
sisting of Oeorge C. Pumphrey, chair
man; James A. Farrell. Richard A. Col
llns and Albert H. Huber. The front
part of the basement of the club build
ing recently has been equipped as an
oyster restaurant and the coming
luncheon will be in the nature of a
Uncle Sam to Hold
Tests for Employes
Uncle Sam, as 'presented by the ex
executive departments ' In Washington,
Wants the services of a laboratory help
er and candy maker, an engineer and
Plumber, and a chief of field service In
rural education. Civil Service examina
tions to fill thfse places, as well as
muse oi assistant agriculturist In rarm
economic and scientific assistant In
Plant physiology will be held within
the next few weeks The plumbers and
engineers Job pays t"20 a year and com
mutation on the TnKite River Indian
reservation. That of chief of field
service In rural education will pay 14.000
In every household 0u will find
among the toilet necessities some soit
of a germicide. In the form of either a
tablet, solutldn or powder. Many of
these antiseptic preparations contain
The value of an absolutely harmless
antiseptic powder, an compared with a
rolsonous tablet or solutlo'i, U apparent
o everv one, and that Is one reason
Tfhy pliu.i.luns everywhere have strong
s' iccummended Tyreo's Antiseptic
Powder, Dissolve Instantly n water,
and when used as a douche Is unexcel
ed. A 13-i'ent packugo makes two gal
lons of standard solution. Sold bv drug
gists everywhere, gend'for booklet und
J. ". Tn-e, cheaalst, Washington, D. C.I
ANACOSTIANS GET '
BIG FISH CATCHES
Filling in of Pencote Cove Cause of Big Strings Being
Landed by Followers of Ike Walton Church Ath
letic Club Makes New Rules.
WASHINGTON TIMBB BUREAU
ANACOBTU, D. C, DSC. 10.
Pencote Cove, favorite netting plaae
for seiners In years, gone,' Is disappear
ing gradually aa the Eastern branch la
belngvniled In along that shore, but the
water remaining, comprising a shallow
sheet aa large as a cltv square prob
ably, has become the refuge of such
fish as have been unable to make to
the open water before the cove was
cut oft by the dredging operations from
the main stream. Fishermen who have
discovered that the shallow waters will
yield a heavy catch have been scour
ing, the place In row boats, with suc
cess. Two men who were In a boat
there yesterday caught at least 110
pounds of carp.
tn addition, they oaught scores of cat
fish. These two spades of fish consti
tute the principal stock of the waters
there. The fishermen who were trolling
there yesterday reported that the fish
have been cut off from the river by the
work of filling in the Anacostla flats.
Carp and catfish or extraordinary else
were landed, but no other kind of fish
regulations to govern Indoor ath
letics In the hall of the Anacostla
Methodist Episcopal cnurcn, wnicu
will be maintained this year with
stricter ruparvlslon than before, havo
ueen aaoptea oy me uev. oamuei w.
Orafflln. the pastor, and the repre
sentatives of the brotherhood of tho
church, which bodv. will have direct
marge or the athletic events tnero
thla season. Those who have assisted
tho Rev. Mr. Orafflln In drawing up
the set of rules are Charles F. Linger
and Samuel R. Campbell.
The rules nrovlde for the onenlmr
of the hall for youthsof sixteen years
ana over on eacn Monaay evening,
for boys between the ages of thlr-
IUVII CtllU .IAICCIIU1I lUCIUHy OlIIIIIIIBt
and for youngsters up to the age of
twelve on Wednesday evenings, while
Friday evenings will be given over to
the girls and young women, who will
play barket ball and Indulge In other
pastimes The men will reorganize
their basket ball team and will have
match games with city teams
St. Teresa's Branch. No. Ml. Catho
lic Knights of America, has chosen of
ficers as follows for the ensuing year:
John F. Reagan, president (re-elected,
nineteenth term): Thomas E. Reardon.
vice president: William R. Montgomery,
recording secretary (re-elected, third
term); Thomas Edwards, financial sec
retary, (re-elected, third term): Fronk
M. Flnottl, treasurer, (re-elected, eight
tenth term); Edward Simpson, ser-geant-at-arms:
Bryan Downey, senti
nel, (re-elected, nineteenth term): Dr.
Thomas D. Mudd, James W. Bartlcy
and James Toner, trustees.
President Reagan has named James
W. Bartley, James J. Olennan and Ben
jamin E. Randall as a committee to
audit the booka of the society, and at
the February meeting the officers will
be Installed and reports rendered rela
tive to the condition of the orgunlza-
' The society Is composed of men of St.
Teresa's parish, most of whom hive
been associated with the organization
for at least fifteen years.
After being married In Baltimore. Md
by the Rev. Joseph R. Wheeler, the
iMwr . fh Jefferson Street Methodist
Episcopal ChurcH, in the church parson
wedding '"cere'mo'lTyirJl"1'-tai1 null.
lunnii fortv veara aso. Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis dee have returned to the city.
The bride was Miss Lulu , Morley,
daughter of Mrs. William Mdbley. of
Washington, and Mr. dee has been a
member of the Metropolitan Police
force for twenty years, tho last three
of which he has oeen connected with
tRe eleventh precinct.
The officers of the First Reformed
Church. Sixth and N streets northwest,
some of the Sunday school teachers,
of which act In a like capacity at the
German Orphan Asylum, have extended
an Invitation to the bo)s and girls at
the institution to loin with the Sunday
school In a Christmas celebration of
the church referred to.
The Christmas festival of the orphans
themselves will be held In the German
Orphan Asylum on the Sunday foiow
Ing Christmas day. Plans are being
perfected for the biggest celebration
ever held at Christmas.
Two fine old Iron sates, once In use
at the old German Cemetery, In Wash
ington, from which thev were taken
several years ago and donated to the
Sugar, per lb.,
Fine Apples, Eating rj ft
or Cooking, per peck. ..
Virginia Sweet Pancake Q,
Flour, per pkg '
Fancy White Potatoes, t A
per peck AVt
Fancy Yellow Onions, 1 Jr
r nck soft
White Corn 20c
8 lbs. New Buckwheat f) C
New Hominy, per
New Mixed Nuts,
per lb .
Pure Lard, per
Small Picnic Shoul- ir
ders, per lb 'J
2-lb. can Karo Syrup,
10-lb. can Karo Syrup, O C
per can ODt
3 loaves Star of the
East Bread for
1420 7th St. N. W.
J. T. D. Pylcs'
Other Stores, 19 in All
Oerman orphan Asylum, have been
swung to do service both for the aer
man Orphan Asylum and the Ruppert
Home for the Aged. Tho double gates
have been placed at the (unction of
Good Hope road and the two private
roadways leading from there to the re-
pviiivc jiiBiuuuons namea.
Police Sergeant Charles A. Stevens,
superintendent of the house of deten
tion, has come Into possession of a
handsomely engravod, sliver mounted
umbrel'a, the gift of tho Men's Club
of the Esther Memorial Protest Eplsco
pul parish, of Congress Heights, pre
sented In appreciation of his services
as the club's play writer, as well as for
his work on Its social programs. Ser
geant Stevens was tho author of the
minstrel comedy presented by the Men's
Club of the Esther Memorial P. , k. ps?r
Ish In the Anacostla Masonic Hall a
short time ago.
Th.I,1,, ulld ot th Esther Me
morial Protestant Episcopal parish, of
Congress Heights, will give an oyster
supper in the town hnli. In Alabama
dynevenSg"re" He'8h,,, 0" Thurs-
.eT'!vJ?fc'!25:-. fonUg. rector
. ..,- uviiirr memorial l K. Cnurctl.
Con cress H.ht. h.. V-.V.rij :"
Advent service. In his church iach Fr -
the season until
Milton J Fllllus. of Congress Heights,
who has been elected worshipful mus
ter of Anacostla Lodge, No. 21, F. A.
i. i'.JV Jwmd Tories p. Roberts,
who has been the master of the lodge
during the past year, as the master f
ceremonies for the next vcar. He has
also selected tho Rev. Wlllard a. Da",
enport the rector of the Emmanuel
P. E. Church, Anacostla, to continue
?.nnChSL'Vf :nUa lodge, a posl
tlon filled by tho Rev. Mr. Davenport
for many years. y
Electa Chapter, No. I. Order of tho
Eastern Btnr, will hold its unnual elec
"on.. o' o""ers tonight In tho Ana
costla Masonic Hall.
Beveral aDDoIntmentn wr m. re
cently to the medical staff of the Gov-
v.rnmcui jnospuai ror tne insane to Mil
vacancies. The new appointees are Dr.
Posey, of Washington, and rr mn
of Trafalgar, Ind. '
Dr. Hao Devldlan ham rmimri lit.
duties on the nhyslclans' staff r ih
Government Hospital after a visit to
Dr. Jamea Hassall has serurerl 1ava
from his duties at the Government Hos
pital and has gone to Troy, N. Y.
Christmas and New Year Holiday Sea.
son reduced rares throughout the South
east via Southern Hallway. Consult
Agents, 70S 15th St. and 906 r 8t. N. W.
ohms orear Removal
Sale Now in Sight
Only a few weeks more of the
whirlwind selling that has mark
ed this stupendous money-saving
event and your chance to
secure a stylish suit or over
coat at half price and less will
Nothing is reserved you can
go through our entire stock and
see the drastic manner in which
prices have been slaughtered to
hurry out the merchandise in
our store, which must shortly
Don't delay a minute longer
you are face to face with the
biggest, most sensational reduc
tions Washington has ever seen
on reliable quality clothing.
$10 Winter Overcoats ow..U5
$18 Winter Otercoat Now.. $6.30
$15 Winter Overcoat Now.. $8.7 5
$18 Winter Overcoats Mow. $10.50
$80 Winter Overcoats Now. $18.00
$85 Winter Overcoats Now. $14,50
$S5 Winter Ovcrcotts Kow. $10.75
Men's Suits Deeply Slashed
$10 and $18 Suits cut to $5
$18,50 and $15 Suits cut to.. $6.75
$1&50 Suits cut to $7.50
icwv ciuus cui io VS.,.,
$80.00 Suits cut to $10
128.50 and $85 Suits cut to. $18.50
$88 and MO Suits cut to... $13.75
$88.50 and $85 Suits cut to. $15.00
Men's $40 fur Overcoats
Only a limited quantity so
out ther go tomorum at this
Immense sacrifice. Fine qual
ity mutcrlHl, with Perslun lamb
collar. Finely tailored und
lauiiiess lilting garments. Reg.
tar price, ttu.
Men's Black Broadcloth-Kersey
Overcoats, full Itnutli; handsomely
trinur.ea wun j-frsiun i.umrj vonur.
un i.umrj collar.
Keguiar ijo.u.' val
ue. Kcmoval Sale
Men's finest grade St. deorg-e's
Keraty Overcoats richly lined with
mufkrat fur and trimmed with
Persian Uiniti col
lar. Regular price,
Iflo OC. R e m o v al
f riedlander BrosJ
Men's and Boys' Clothing
Cor. 9th and E Streets
THE WASHINGTON TIMES,
Made Possible Through Gen
erosity of Mrs. Colfelt,
Headquarters for the National Li
brary for the Blind were opened yester
day at 1729 1! street northwest, with
Miss Ktta Josselyn Glffln. director of
tho library. In charge. The quarters
were made possible through the gener
osity of Mrs. R. McManes colfelt, ot
"Although millions of books are Issued
annually from the free libraries to tho
reading public, the blind people havo
been practically overlooked until now."
said Miss Glffln yesterday. "We have
been doing the best we could for the
blind In establishing reading rooms and
other accommodations for the past two
years, but until thase uuartura ..
made possible we have been able to do
wufc nine lor mem.
To Furnish Employment.
The blind people of the IDstrlct were
received at the headquarters Sunday to
Inspect the new quarters and yesterday
the rooms were thrown open to the pub
lic for their Inspection. Krom 4 until 7
o'clock yesterday afternoon the rnnn
were inrongeci wun visitors.
One of the main ohiecta of th a,.
ginliatlon Is to furnish employment for
Only 12 More Days
r "THrnivrnflrJr'R w
THE BUSY CORNER
Scores of Styles, for all
Rooms of the Home
$3.50, $4.00, $4.50
4 50 Imported Brussels, In pretty
spray designs; U&O Scrim and Mar
quisette Curtains, quite the rage
now, being Mmplo and neat; tn
white, iroum. Arabc, corded, and
hund-mude lacct Arabian; alwajs
classed among expensive curtains;
$160 Imported Nottlnghams; 13.50
Meal Cluny, and others. Some 60
styles, reduced to.
$6, $6.50, $7.50
Parlor Lace Curtains
Irish Point, hand-made Arabian.
Hrussels Point, Imported Notting
ham, Corded Arabian, Scrim, and
und Marquisette. Choice, J fif
Iirc Curtain Stoic Third Floor,
50c and 59c
All You Want of a Pattern
Two ards vvldo In tile, parquette,
and conventional effects. Just 50
rolls of a standard make for this
specjal occasion. Bring Room mea
suiements. Inlaid Linoleums
$1 Values With Designs
Back of Fabric
Here Is our chance to save 25c
on each nquare jarrt and get tho
best $1 values In Inlaid Linoleums.
Choice of Parquet and tile designs.
2 yards wide.
Rug Store Third Floor.
A Special To Go With It
Women's All-wool Svvrutrr Coats,
double lireuulcd -tli In white, ox
toul, caidlnal, and nuvy with pearl
buttons, poi kets and lilKh roll collar.
Veiy uppropilato for now, and a
Sweater Store-Street Floor.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1912.
the blind by Mgklnc it possible for them
to set Braille type, and print and bind
meir own dqoks, wnicn win oe trans
ported throughout the Vnlted States as
a traveling library for the other blind
people of the country to road.
Tho new headquarters will also be
una ror social gatnerings or tne .wind
people, as well as for literary and musi
cal entertainments given for their en-
Book Olvsa to Library.
Books have been presented to tho as
sociation to bs kept at the headquarters
when not traveling around, by the Per
kins Institute of Boston, tho School for
the Blind at Hall fag. Nova Scotia, snd
a book .each month Is sent from
Mexico by the Baroness von Bchonok.
The officers of the library are:
ThOmaa NalSAffl EfeM hnnnnM ..,.,-
dent; Miss Etta Josselyn Qlffln, direct
ttr: American Security and Trust
Clark, assistant treasurer: Mrs. rem..,'
vuuiusuii. imaMiinrri Bstrsi w s i at m in
.".Roberts, national chairman of puo-
llcltv rntnmltla n m.. nk'L.
-..,- ' " w,iMn oi memocr
Justice Stafford Urges Aid
Institution at Willard
At a meeting of the Incorporators of
iS. Washington Home for Foundlings.
171S Fifteenth mtrmt fiArttiwt v.r.
dayat tha Wlllard, Jostles Wendell p.
Stafford, of the District Supreme Court.
made tho principal address. urain th
many men and women present to make
contributions to the 'charity.
Speeches regarding the good work ac
complished by the horns were made by
Ifllman Wni lAkn n rpn .. r.
I 8. T. Sowers. '
to Shop Continuing the Sale of Sample Silk
Pretty Little Fancies in Imitation
Leather and Cretonne Art Goods
Pretty and quaint looking little trinkets, boxes, etc., with an air of medieval France and the
charming daintiness of that country's most decorative period.
These would maek such pretty presents for the woman or girl who is proud of her room and
HAKDKRRCIIIEK BOXES. of
Imitation leather or cretonne, 1Q.
QLOVE BOXES. Handkerchief
Boxes. Utility Boxes for pins, but-
erata.'.r..,:!n.,. 25c and 50c
RAFFIA COAT HANGERS,
(Coat and Sktrt Hanger combined,
-Tomorrow at Kann's You Can Buy
$25 to $40 'New and Fashionable
Winter Coats at $15
An Opportune Sale of Unusual Importance
Every New and Approved Style With All the Newest
Fashion Touches and Every New Material
If this weather had come x weeks ago these coats would have gone out at regular prices, $25
to $40 the continued warm weather, however, kept them from selling. As it is, the maker needed
money quickly, came to us for an offer which we made, and now when you need a warm coat you can
buy at $10 to $25 savings. Worth while, is it not?
A Gift of Real Use
$4.50 Fine Silk
Waists at $2.95
Many women, in business particularly, who
have not time to make up the many waists they
need, will appreciate a gift of this kind perhaps
more than anything else you could give them.
14.60 BLACK TAFFETA SILK WAISTS, of the best
quality soft-finished material; made tucked effect front
and back, with side pleated ruffle at bust; finished with
silk buttons, long sleeves, tucked collars and Q QC
cuffs; In sizes 34 to 44. Choice Wti.uO
14 60 NOBBY STRIPED SILK WAISTS, very dressy,
and suitable for all occasions. These are In black and
white, blue and white, and brown and white striped
patterns; made with pleated ruffle, nnlshed with nar
row fold of plain silk to match the color of the stripe:
tucked front and back; fastens In front; all PQ QT
sizes. Special tomorrow MiSiJ
Waist Store Second Floor.
Two Words to the Wise
These prices combined with the good quality
always associated with Kann's should hasten your
Women's Union Suits, winter weight, fleeced
and jersey fitting; high neck, long sleeves, PA
ankle length, in all sizes 4 to 9, at JVC
Women's winter - weight
Vests, bleached and fleece
lined, Willi knee or ankle
length pants to niuUh, a
Children's Jersey - ilbbed
winter weight, fleeced vests
und panlf, In white, gray
und iream; nil sizes, a
Knit Underwear Store -
SLUM WORKER AT
OF WIN GLASS
James J. Jeffreys Tells of
Work During Past
At the monthly meeting of the
Vaughan Class Club of tho Calvary
Baptist Church, in the Sunday school
house last night, James J. Jeffreys,
tho well-known antt-clgarelte lecturer
and temperance lecturer, outlined the
work which had been accomplished
along these lines among the youths of
the country, in the past four years.
Mr. Jeffreys has been a slum worker
and a very active antl-clgaretto cam
paigner. He was also ve,ry influential in
the work In West Virginia, which re
sulted In a "dry" vote In that State at
the recent election, November 5, by
over 7C00O majority. He has visited
nearly every one of the larger cities of
the United States in his campaigning
for the uplift and education ot the
young men and boys of the nation.
Mr. Jeffreys referred to the1 degen
eracy and decrease In scholarship
among boys In schools, caused by ciga
rette smoking,, and also tha rigid re
quirements which are now laid down
by many large companies and individ
ual employers with regard to perntcl-
Including Taffetas, Messallnes, silk Jersey tops, poplin tops. Striped,
plain, changeable. Roman striped, and Dresden patterned materials. Col
ors are American Beauty reds emerald green, black, navy, light blue,
pearl, pink, golden brown, and .Copenhagen, also a number ot beautiful
combinations. String tops, and patent fastener tops. Divided into two
tots aa follows: fl.SO to $ values at S3.0S. $3 to 15 values at $!.50.
Store 2nd Floor.
BROCATEM.E DESK 8ETS. In
cluding the desk blotter, and all the
necessary pieces; In blue and old
rose colorings; worth K.T5 ((' OC
and 17.50. at BO.&D
LITTLE WILLOW-WARE BAS
KETS, filled with small pink roses,
suitable for table orna- pjl AA
menta, etc., at wXsUU
Art Qoods Store 3rd Floor.
14,60 WHITE WOOL
BLANKETS, 60 per cent
wool, 70x80 size, with
borders of pink or blue,
and finished with mohair
bindings. Spo- fiQ rfjr
clal tomorrow. . . HO.IO
J6.00 and 17.(0 Down,
Wool, and Cotton Fill
ed Comfoits; down com
loitu have best mer
cerised sateen covers,
plain sutetn borders, wool
comforts have covers of
the best silliollue, some
with silk tops;
ami oriental de
sign Street Floor,
ous habits among their entployee.
Jeffreys stated that from W to M
cent of the Juvenile Court offenders
were cigarette smokers.
Clayton 12. Emlg, . president of the
club, acted as toaslmaster, and talks
were also made by F, W. Vaughn, Dr.
is. v. wee and Dr. H. c. Mcwen. ur.
Clarence J. Owens, of the Southern Com-
K. C. nice and Dr. H. C. McNeil. Dr.
merc'al Congress, was unable lo.be
The ritual nf Initiation was adminis
tered to Charles I.. Hmlther, Harvey
Trotter, Marlon K. G'lbert, Frank
Rhodes, and Jamea R. Moreen.
Th hanntlikt rnffimlHM annnlntarf was
as follows: Dr. B. C. Rice, chairman:
Arthur Coneland. toasts: John A. Pat -
terson. Invitations; John B. Hebbard.
supper; A. O. Penney, printing; Hugh
W. Smith, enterta'nment; KdWard
Klnes, decorations, and J, H. Hambly,
BEAUTIFUL HAIR WOMAN'S CHARM.
NO NECESSITY TOR GRAY HAIR
A Simple Remedy Beautifies and Darkens the Hair,
What a pity It Is to sea so many peo
ple with thin, wispy hair, faded or
streaked with gray, and realise that
most of .these people might have soft,
glossy, abundant hair of beautiful color
and luster If they would but use tho
proper treatment. There Is no neces
sity for gray hair under sixty-Hire years
of age, and there Is no excuse for any
one, young or old, having thin, strag
gling hair, either full of dandruff or
heavy and rank smelling with excessive
You can bring back the natural color
of your hair In a few days and forever
rid yourself of any dandruff and loose
COAT HANOERS, prettily covered
with Dresden patterns and QQj
colored materials QVK,
TAPE8TRT COVERED BOXES,
such aa utility boxes, glove and
handkerchief boxes, and comb and
brush trays, at
50c, 98c, $1.98 and
The Neckwear to Please
Every Woman Is Here
Priced at Kann's standard low prices for
REAL VALUES, kinds that you will find it diffi
cult to secure elsewhere at the same prices,
Especial Attention Directed
to Our Line of Black Neckwear
We havo had a great many special calls for neck
wear In black, and have now tho best selection In
the city. In a goodly variety, such ax
Little rabats1 Jabots Stocks, idhats and stocks
combined. Ti'cse priced accoidlng to quality, at
25c, 50c, 98c and $1.50
SPECIAL LOT OI' SLEEVELESS GU1MPEB. In
plain and shadow nets, and new delgns In Oriental
laces, finished with elastic ut the bottom of the
guimpc; collars are boned. A SPLENDID VALUE PA.
Neckwear Store and Bargain Tables Street Floor.
For Gifts for Use
Sensible to give to someone else sensible to
buy for yourself. These are exceptionally good
PRETTY CRIB BLAN
KETS, a present to re
member the baby with; In
all tho cunning little fig
ure und animal designs,
such as "Teddy Bear,"
r&bblt, chicken, etc, 3(1x50
In. size; In pink and blue
70x80 size OUR LEADER
WOOL BLANKETS, 75 per
rent wool, well made; our
name on each one assures
ou of Its superiority;
bound with vvldo mohair
blnrlliiK; white only, with
iim unci niuo tionlers
Bcclvveiir Htoic Street flooi.
MrM - f nllr Praiaaa llirAi.
per " fr8U8eg Wife S
Plea for Husband
Ho well did Mrs. Thomas W. Bern
stein, a bride of a few weeks argue tho
case of her husband. et,. 27? !no
!, an h..(u. Jrn-C'Z, ". .T. D"
tri'ct "branch of".hlToc.dConUr "v. T
"& 'V" r"-
m .i." iiiiii iiaTing such a Bret.
ty and devoted wife. v
IVS hM "E?"1. more. lh" two weeks
at the Washington Asylum Hosolui
simply .because he married me. and h J
cause t am of a different religious he.
. Uef from his family," declared tha
youthful wife. ,n"
. "His brother had htm charged'wlth
, being an habitual drunkard, and had
him put away because ho was opposed
I to our marriage." F-va
rs, and make your hair grow strong
I beautiful by using Wyeth's Sage
1 Sulphur Hair Remedy. For genera-
tlons common garden Sage has been
used for restoring and preserving the
color of the hair, and Sulphur la recog
nised by Scalp Specialists as being ex
cellent for treatment of hair and scalp
If you are troubled with dandruff or
Itching scalp, or If your hair Is losing
Its color or coming out, get a fifty-cent
bottle of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
from your druggist, and notice the lm-
irovement In tho appearance of your
air after a few days' treatment.
Agent, James O'Donnell.
More Days to Shop
- THPnilSYroftrvlr - ft
Stockings to Fill
boxes, etc., for
decora tlons or
h'anta Claus In
ings, to fill.
Christmas tree, mounted on
Santa Cluus on chim
Santa Claus and
Christmas Houses. Chimneys,
and towers, with Santa f ftn
Large Christmas ball, houses.
towers, etc. vvitn ranta
Claus mounted on side
CHRISTMAS CANDY STORES,
larce boxes filled with Imnorted
randies Pascalcs put up In little
Jars, and bins to represent store
ready ror business, these
Candv Store Street Floor.
Pure Silk Hose,
$ 1 .00 Pair
An extra good quality at this price,
secured especially for the holiday
selling. For an Inexpensive gift
they are very desirable w have
them In black, white and colors,
with double soles und high (M
spliced heels and toes. Pair... VI.
Women's embroidered front Llslt
Hose, In the new ribbon em
broidery effect. Choice styles, EA.
a pair OVl,
Women's Boot Silk Hose, with
seamless heels und toes; high AKt.
spliced garter hem. Pair tul
Kann's Special The best I.lle
Hose In the 8outh for wear, quality
and fit. Dlck only. THREE OEn
PAIRS II: or. a pair OU
Children's Pure Thread Silk Hose,
full rezular made. In black, white.
tan, sky and pink. CI
Hosiery Store Street Floor.
A Clirisfnuis Footwear Suggestion-She
Delightedly ii These
The young woman of the family and
the more mature also who tako do
light In having tho accessories of
their evening costumes In perfect
accord, will appreciate an additional
puir of evening pumps to match the
new bowiih. , , ,
THE COLORS ARE-Black. pink,
nine, lavender, green, vtllow, und
white, In ull sizes und all widths.
This Is a little lot that wo se
ruied under price, mid every pair Is
worth fully W.&0, but bi cause of the
loweied prlie at whkh wo bought
them, wo shall offer them tomorrow
at a pall J2..V.
Shoe Store Second Flooi,