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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1912.
PARTS OF GEORGE
REPORT AS IIS
Appeals to Georgetown Citi
zens' Body to Take Action
Charging that the George report l
vieiou. in many of Its findings, and that
t naa recommendatloni of grave lm
?i.in?e t0 every Property owner In the
flil aorge Y. Worthlngton, In an
a.. !..bfore tho Oeorgetown Cltlsens'
Association laat night aiked that body
iJ,'Iare '"elf for. or agalnat the
varloua provlalona of thl. reoort.
1 1 noma action." it-iarH t- iu..k.
v.SS ?' Bhoul be taken on lta thinly
veiled Innuendo, and almost open
cnargea agalnat certain ofllclala of the
"Jnmn. If for no other reaaon. It
wouia appear from Just a caaual reading
Of the report that lta entire trend la to
how that the District of Columbia la
? to..car" fr aelf. by providing for
;" collection of additional tax fundi
.ih.1- ' ,n mount with the ahare of
iJiatrlct expensea paid by the Federal
overnment laat year. If that Is the
jrana o fthe present action vc should
draatlc steps to save ourselves.'
Object to Bill Boards.
.L'inBnlmoU8 alon tho assodaUon
i-i take up thB matter, and a spo-
UU committee of three members to
bar? .r.ithe 0e0rtfe report and "Port
n. tLV.'6 next meenK was ordered.
lu on ot aeor"e A- Klnf- 'so
lutions were also unanimously adopted
TJi Ptltlon o the proper committees
Toneri"f ..S5aJlhe " Commls.
v-reeg vallev neap P tr.i .. ,..."
bo?M.e(1.fc ."eBcd . oblectlonable Mil
boards that now line P street.
Would Acquire Land.
M. King presented three resolutions
DrOVldlnt fit R.lllUt.. - .... n
- 'm t'cwiwiis iu me voimnis-
sjiooers and Congress to correct these
evils, as follows:
Recommending the acquisition of the
iin.h0nB Roek Crcct from lt mouth
to the present boundary of Itoclc Cree"
SiJkrt hJ,r.iP0"Sd "1 th0 Wetmore bill
Passed by the Senate.
t v5e5onimend,nK ,lmt the unsightly bill
E?a1,J,ear th0 bankl f the creek be
Reromrnendlne that In the meantime
the dumping of refuse on or adjacent to
the banks of tho creek bo Drohlblted
and stopped as a ubllc nuisance.
TRAIN IS LOOTED
OF $20,000 IN GOLD
Robbers Knock Express Messen
ger Ucnonscious and Make
BAKERSFIELD, .Cat., Dec. 10. Twen
ty thousand dollars ln gold waa the
haul ot two robbers who held up the
express car of the Sunset Western train,
bound from Bakersfleld for Taft, Cal.,
last night. The money waa conslgnod
to the First National Bank of Tart by
the First National Bank of Bakersfleld.
It waa not placed in the express safe.
When the train arrived at Taft rail
road men were forced to break down
the door of the express car. In a corner
covered with mall sacks was M. W.
Hamby, the express messenger, who
was just regaining consciousness. Ham.
by was injured about the head, not
Hamby could give but few details of
the robbery. He said two men entered
the car just as the train was leaving
Maricopa. He did not know whether
they were masked, and was unable to
tell how he was rendered unconscious.
OHIO SOCIETY HOLDS
ITS FIRST MEEf ING
Justice Day Presides and Address
Is Delivered by the Rev. W.
Expressing the hone that the mem
bership ot the Ohio Society will be In
creased to 1,000 before tho next meet
ing, Associate Justice Day, of tho Su
preme Court, called tho first meeting ot
the winter of that society to order last.
Sight ln Rauscher's. After the transac
tion of routine business Milton E. Alles
offered a resolution expressing sorrow
over the death of Judge Francis Fox
Oldham, vice president of the society,
who died last Murch.
A resolution was udoptcd to hold the
biennial banquet of the society Wed
nesday. January 29. 1913. at Rauscher's.
Michael F. O'Donoughue, president of
the California mate Association, ex
tended an Invitation to the Ohio Society
to attend a meeting of the various Htate
associations, to be held February 22, for
the purpose of forming a federation of
Tba Rev. W. It. Wedderspoon, pas
tor of the Foundry M. 10. Church, de
livered an audress on the great men of
Ohio and what they have done. He
declared there were more Ohloans In
foreign missionary Ileitis, than any
other State could boast nnd there were
more colleges of the tlrst rank within
the boundaries of Ohio than ln any
im .. .i e. noriiuii nuiry 11. Kvrr et
us. to Ijiurlfl J. Kerr, lot 41. aquare 159, $10.
Chlcheater Ella It. Muore et lr, Thomas J.,
to Horatio N. Tanlln. lot , aquare 1.789. 110.
Hampton Park Municipal Realty Company
to Kmmctt I'reatnn, lot 101, aquaro S1S3, $10.
JK K street nonlinear, 1311 T Mreet north
west: 1171 KUth afreet norlheaat: Klsht
eenth street anil Katorama roail. nntl Otla
street nortnwrat, between Kleventh anil
Thirteenth atreeta Max u. Johnaon et ui.
to William lllanchl. John O. Foran, ami
William llurfonl. lot 1, block 6. Wartime
ton HelKlita; lot 113. square 104: lot 9,
square -38: tot 290, aquure fi'iS; ami lot S3,
block U. Holmead Manor, 110.
Brail's Aihonture John W. (Ilennan to
James n. ami Itachel U Marliruy. lot SO,
square (MS. (10.
LlnaiKKl llelshta John W. Olennan to Frank
and Anna M. i!aklna, lot :8. block 1. aid.
80 Kuur-anitahalr street authwet James
Enrlsht et ux. to William 1. Xormc,
part original lot 10, aqiure Mj. fio. William
P. Kormoile conveys aame property to
James ami Asnea M. ITurlght, 110.
X street auutheuat, between Fifteenth and
RUtremh vtreeta-llarry A. Kite et ux.
In Minnie Herman, lot K, square 1071. 110.
Rime 'n Itoso 11. Mlsbuch, lot 46, squire
Ills Corcoran Hreet norlhwenl William A.
IJsav et ux. to Thornton Carual, lot 104,
aquare IS4, tlO.
Cley Clime drove Fulton It. Gordon et ux.
to Albert N. Howard, lot 3, square :0:J,
GRAND JURY SCORES
Proprietor of Braddock House Criticised, But Report Is
Turned Back to Secure Further Evidence
WASHINGTON TIMES BUREAU,
' ALEXANDRIA, VA., DEC. 10.
The grand Jury of the corporation
court, which la Investigating the death
of aPtrlck Buckley, whlcn occurred at
the Braddock House, alnonth ago, re
sumed lta session today, and several
hours additional time will be required
to examine the witnesses who have not
The Jury began wor kyesterday, and
af 2:30 returned tu the court with a
verdict that they found Buckley'a death
to ve been the result of an accident,
but that from the testimony that had
been lnroduced It waa evident that W.
W. Simpson, proprietor of the Braddock
House waa unlit to conduct the busi
ness and mado a recommendation to tho
court that the Braddock House be
closed as a lodging house aa long aa
Simpson remains ln charge.
When the verdict was presented to
Judge Barley he auggeated to the Jury
that there were several Important wit
nesses whose testimony had not been
presented to the Jury and suggested
that they hear their testimony before
completing tho report.
Before taking up the Buckley Inveslt-gatlon,-Mhe
jury returned true -bllla
against Ike Kdoey, colored, charged
with petty larceny, third offense, who
was sentenced to one year In the peni
tentiary; against Charles Vcney,
charged with malicious cutting, who
was likewise sentenced to .one year in
the penitentiary, and against George
Jones for dispensing cocaine, whose
trial was set for Wednesday, Decem
The unsatisfactory service between
Alexandria and points on the Washing
ton and Old Dominion railway, operat
ing what was formerly tho Bluemont
division of the Southern railway,
brought forth vigorous protests from
the members of the chamber of com
merce at the regular monthly meeting
last night, and It waa decided to hold
a special meeting of the chamber on
Monday night, December 16. when the
whole sjucstlon will be discussed and
arrangements made to tnke the matter,
up with the railway company and also
with the state corporation commission,
unless conditions aro Immcdldately
remedied. Investigations will be sent
IN DEFIANT POSE
President Chamberlin Says
,. He Doesn't Care What
NEW YORK. Dec. 10.-E. J. Chamber.
lira, president of the Grand Trunk rail
way of Canada, said he has no knowl
edge of any Federal Investigation of his
agreement with Charles S. Mellcn, presi
dent of the New Haven railroad, by
which Mcllen tightened his monopoly of
New England's freight and passenger
business and stopped construction work
on the Southern New England.
Chumberlln said he was In New Tork
solely to take care of his wife, who Is
suffering from a nervous breakdown.
"1 do not know that a Federal grand
Jury Is sitting at ull," he said. "That,
of course. Includes the statement that
I have not been subpoenaed.
'Sayi He Doesn't Care.
"I certainly did not come here to
offer any testimony before any grand
Jury, and I ahall not offer any. It
there Is a grand Jury Inquiry Into
any of my acts, I do not care what the
grand Jury docs."
"When Mr. Mellcn drew up tho terms
we had discussed verbally, he had four
copies mudr," continued Chamberlin.
"One ho kept, one ho sent to me, and
a third waa mailed to Mr. Wicker
sham." He said he believes the fourth copy
was mailed to the Interstate Commerco
"If Mr. Wlckeisham had a copy ot
our pioposed agreement." Chamberlin
said, "and theie Is plenty of evidence
to show he got It, what Is he raising
all this fuss about? We have not
tried to conceal anything. NoboJy
knows that better than the Attorney
Did Not Seek Agreement.
Chamberlin said the agreement, which
was sought by the New Haven und
not by the Grand Trunk, concerned
benefits Mellcn desired for the New
Haven In what Chamberlin called "the
"The New Haven wants to operate
In New Ilamnshlre und Vermont over
Central Vermont tracks, and In East
ern Canada over a rand Trunk tracks,"
"Th rirarid Trunk and Central Ver
mont want through shipping rates for
their shippers over the Bosotn and
Maine, a New Haven subsidiary, and it
would like a row omer tnings.
Tax Assessors Confer.
BAN ANTONIO, Tex., Dec. lfc-Sov-eral
hundred .tax, assessors, county
judges and membeVs of the legislature
are nttendlng the- seventh annual con
vention of the .Tax Assessors' Asso
ciation of Texas, which met In this city
today for a two aays session.
There's Nothing Like the Raleigh
served quickly or leisurely as your inclination dictates f
but you 11 be served
Throughout tho evening u splendid orchestral program.
Don't forget tho Table d'llote Dinner Sunday evenings
from 0 to 8:3011.23 per plate.
E. L. Weston, Manager.
to all the shippers on the Bluemont di
vision as well as commuters and others
Interested, asking them to be present at
this meeting or to have their complaints
? resented to the chamber In audi shape
hat an intelligent protest can be made
of the present conditions.
In tho' corporation court today the fol.
lowing deeds were placed on record:
Alexandria construction Company to
Thomas Wilson, of Roanoke, Va., house
and lot at (24 North Washington street;
George Jones,' sr., to eOorge Janes, Jr.,
nouse and ioi hi u norm nm
tM.l. It Hn.1 nurnpr snectal commls.
sloncr to Frank A. Baylies, house and
lot on north side of Wilkes, between Co
lumbus and Alfred streets; William J.
Bhuler and othera to David B. Arnold,
house and lot on Kink street, west. of
The regular weekly meeting of Alex
andria Lodge of Elks was held last
night when arrangements were comple
ted for the entertainment to be given
at the opera house tomorrow night for
the benefit of the Chrlstmaa charities.
Alexandria Council, No. G27, Royal
Arcanum, will hold a meeting tonight
In Barepta Hall, at which lime the
annual election of officers ot tho coun
cil will be held.
Nominations for officers for the next
six months will be made tonight at th?
meeting of Seminole Tribe, No. 33, lm-
G roved Order of Red Men .which will
o held In the Alexandria National
Advices were received yesterday by
Samuel O. Brent, attorney for the rom
monwealth that Attorney Grneral Sam
uel W. Williams, of Richmond, would
be unable to come to Alexandria to
morrow to represent the Statu ln the
suit or tho clt yuf Alexandria against
tho commonwealth to have the u,""
ment on city property cancelled. The
State will therefore be reprcrentcd by
In the police court today Thomas
McCuen. who lives In the Braddock
House, and who Is one of the witnesses
In the Investigation of the death of
Patrick Buckley, was tlned $j for
threatening Chief of Police Goods, who
has been making a senrehlng Investi
gation of tho Braddock llouso looking
for evidence In the Buckley case.
FROM WEST INDIES
Had Been Sent to Santo Do
mingo for Service Ten
After a ten weeks' service In Santo Do
mlngo. West Indies, two battleships of
the Second Regiment, United States Ma
rines, have returned on the United
Stutes ship Prairie, and are now quar
tered at the marine barracks ln Wash
ington. wnen tno marines were oraereu 10 Duma
Domingo ten weeks ago trouble w.is
brewing ln tho West Indies, but tho
sight of the marines put a stop to ull
the disturbances and the men report
that they had a quiet and peaceful tlmn
during their short stay. They arrived
In Philadelphia Saturday mornlne nt 7
o'clock, and came direct to Washing
ton, arriving hero abou 11 o'clock that
The Quickeit, Simplest
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This recipe mukes a pint of cough
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time. You couldn't buy as much or as
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Simple as It i. It gives almost Instant
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due to the fact that It is slightly laxa
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Mix one pint of granulated sugar
with M pint of worm water, und stir
for 2 minutes. Put i ounces of Plnex
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add tho Sugar Syrup. It keeps per
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two or three hours.
Pine Is one of the oldest and best
known remedial agenta for tno tnroai
membranes. Plnex la the most valu
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The DromDt results from this reclne
have endeared It to thousands of
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Canada, which explains why tho plan
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or money promptly refunded, goes with
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Its appointments are most unique and at- t
tractive rehnedly informal but with the
careful and consistent Raleigh service,.
luncheon to late supper you can bz x
sumptuously irom me Dountuui
Accused of Obtaining Mer
chandise by Swindling
Among eight indlctmenta returned by
the grand Jury to Criminal Court No. 1
yesterday was one containing four
count of conspiracy to defraud against
Walter II, Roggs, who is now in the
workhouse, and William I Cogshlll.
Bogga Is Indicted under five aliases,
while Cogshlll la alleged to have op.)
rated under seven fictitious names.
The Indictment charges that the two
men wroto to out-oftown firms and ob
talned typewriters, booka ,rugs, and
other merchandise, and then appro
priated them to their own use after
making small payments. It is alleged
they wroto to the firms and gavo fic
titious names as references, and then
answered the letters and signed the
names In question.
Other truo bills presented were:
Depredation on private property,
Jesse Hayes; receiving stolen prop
crty, Nannie Thomas; forgery, Orocor
C. Sampson, third; housebreaking and
larceny, William Jones, and assault
with a dangerous weapon, Oeorgo
Sanders & Stayman Co.
1327 F STREET
While They Last
Splendid Weber Square $50
Estey Upright, Ebony $75
Emerson Upright, Ebony $65
Kimball Upright, Ebony '$75
Dunham Upright, Ebony $70
Bradbury Upright, Walnut $75
Groverstien & Fuller Upright, Ebony $75
Decker Bros. Upright, Ebony $100
Kimball Upright, Walnut $125
Marshall & Wendall Upright, Mahogany $150
Sohmer Upright, Mahogany; nearly new $160
450 Fischer Upright, Mahogany $220
(Good as new.)
S450 Howard Upright, Mahogany $275
(Good as new.)
$350 Fischer Upright, Oak $200
$325 Franklin Upright, Mahogany $150
$400 Ludwig Upright, Mahogany $190
One used Ivers & Pond Mahogany Baby Grand. $325
One used Ivers & Pond Upright, Oak $265
No one should be without a
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Every Instrument Guaranteed
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$300 Metrostyle Pianola, Walnut $75
$300 Metrostyle Pianola, Mahogany $125
$350 Metrostyle Themodist Pianola $150
$350 Metrostyle Themodist Pianola $190
$350 Metrostyle Themodist Pianola $200
Cecilian Players for $25 Each.
All Musical Merchandise
Sanders & Stayman Co.
1327 F STREET
If President-EIect Wants to
Run Again He Won't
The sticking point with reference to
the question whether William J. Bryan
hall enter tho Cabinet is the one-term
proposition. That Bryan will not enter
the Cabinet unless President-elect Wil
son In his Inaugural speech will pledge
himself In advance to a single term Is
stated here today In a quarter close
to Wilson and Bryan.
Further, tho Information la that Wil
son will not take the pledge to abstain
from seklng another term and that on
this account Bryan will certainly not
be ln the Cabinet.
Bryan Is an aspirant for the Presi
dency In 191s, In the opinion of both
of his friends and his enemies. Ho was
responsible for getting the one-term
plank In the Baltimore platform. Whllo
It might bo argued that It la not In
terms absolutely binding on Mr. Wilson,
there Is no doubt Bryan Intended It to
lm hlnldng and he will Insist that It
bo observed. On tho other hand, Wilson
Is not disposed to give up his claims
on the nomination In 1916 and he In
tends, ns believed here, to seek another
term If his administration seems to
meet tho approval of the country.
Should It eventuato that Wilson does
give a pledge not to seek the Presidency
again. It may be accepted that It la due
to pressure from Dryan and hla
friends. Those on the Inside of tha
situation hero feel that there la no ques
tion harmony will be much easier to
establish and maintain between Wil
son and Ilrynn If the President-elect
gives the one-term pledge.
OPEN 8 A.
made of splendid
with lace em
and ribbon, Reg
ular C0C OOa
Special ... UtJC
Hires 26 to 42.
$1.48 Finished QQ
Pillows . . . WC
Sofa Pillows filled with silk floss
and covered with beautiful satin
tops. Regular size and good values
at 1.8. Could you think or any
thing prettier for a Christmas Olft
Art Dept. Eighth Street Annex.
m ft It jk
m it't M
I H wA
IWrll ? m V J
Gingham Dress Patterns
Make Excellent Gifts
Just received another lot of Bellevue Cheviots.
Splendid for house dresses and boys'
blouses, also men's shirts; fast colors; 15c 1 rii
value, per yard 1 Tv
Ripplett in great variety, light and dark stripes,
also plain colors. Washes well and needs 1C
no ironing. Per yard ''
Gingham Dept., 8th Street Annex.
Hoys' Bearskin Gauntlets, la
brown and black,
50c nd $1.00
Hoys' Rough Rider Gaunt- Cft
lets. In tun 0l
Children's Flcece-llned AA
Mocha Oloves. In gTay 51.UV
Women's Two - clasp 811k - lined
Cashmero Gloves, In QQA
Women's One-clasp Dogskin Gloves.
In tan, gray, black and ffl AA
Women's One-clasp Sllk-llned Eng
lish Walking Gloves, In fljl CA
ladles' Swiss Kmb. Handkerchiefs,
In beautiful patterns. Reg- "1 0p
ular ISo value. Special XmI
Men's Japonettc Initial Handker
chiefs; all Initials. 3 QE.
Kino Shamrock Lawn Handker
chiefs, with embroidered cor- Cftn
ner, 3 In fancy box, special OV
Men's and Women's Linen Initial
Handkerchiefs; 0 In leather case.
Regular $3.00 value. tfl EA
Children's All-linen Initial OK
Handkerchiefs. 3 In box ftOXt
Children's Swiss Embroidered Cor
ner Handkerchiefs. 3 ln fancy 1 A
$1.00 Fine Imported Silk
Finished Henrietta, Yd. .
These are fine German and
inches wide. Note the color assortment: Cream, pink, baby blue. Alice blue, navy blue, brown, reseda.
mvrtle. olive, old rose, Vanderbilt
burgundy, wood, canary, American
twills fine and a dollar retailer
( boxed if desired)
Short Talks on
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Talk to the Town Through the Times.H The average ad costs less than 25c.
No Nobel Peace Prize.
CimiSTIANIA, Dec. 10,-For the first
.time since the establishment of tha No
bel Foundation there will be no Nobel
peace prise this year, tho Norwegian
committee holding that no person has
merited the honor.
Iiltlftli EatiTe4 Free Mtlelei of Jewelry ui
or More. Mbmo Staaped la Gold oi Leather Goods We
Worth up to $4.00, at
tomorrow we will place on sale
Make Man-tailored Waists of all-wool French
pure linen ; sizes 34 to 42. The values in the
up to $4.00. They will be displayed and on
big bargain counters, Main Floor, at the special
Our Great Special
Wool Blankets .
Extra fine, full size California White Wool Blanket, already
shrunken. This is the famous "Lansburgh" blanket, so therefore
you know the grade. Our name on each and every pair guarantees
their quality. Soft fleece, short nap, dainty blue or pink border.
We offer it merely as a leader. Regular selling price, $7.00. Spe
We have others at $7.50, $8.50, $9.00, $10.00, $12.50, $15, to $25.
$4.75 Bobbinct $.049
Large open-work motif ln center;
one small motif In each corner; wide,
full valance edged with saw-tooth
braid; Renalssanco Insertion; com
plete with bolster piece, flQ AQ
The set iIO7
Hand Bags. In genuine seal grain
leather, leather lined, fitted wltH
purse, gilt and gun metal QQs
Hand Bags, In genuine seal-grain
leather, leather lined, with metal
and leather covered frames, fitted
with purso Inside. Gilt and gun
Hand Bags, ln genuine morocco,
saffron, and real seal grain leath
er' fitted with purse Inside, gun
metal and gilt trimmed, with metal
and leather covered (CO QQ
frame :.. 0uO
Vanity Bags, In genuine morocco,
real Russian seal leather, leather
lined and some silk lined, fitted
with purse, and mlr- 41M QQ
Leather Sawing Baskets, In gen
uine morocco grain, with fancy
linings, fitted with scissors and
$1.00 sad $1.98
French Henriettas, first quality all
blue, raisin, wistaria, plum, gray,
beauty, and a host of other desirable colors. These are seventeen
everywnere. for tomorrow only
Pope's Brother Gets Raise;
ROME, Dec. 10. Angelo Barto, sevan-ty-slg,
brother of Pope Plus, carries
mall ten miles on foot dally for SO
cents day and applied' to tha postofflco
department for a salary increase. Ho
got his salary doubled.
CLOSE 6 P.M.
legglns, made of
tine quality wool,
llnka and links
stitch. In white,
red, and gray.
11.26. Spe- QO
Uabrellat at We
lot are worth
sale on the
price of $1.
Of excellent quality chiffon taffeta in plain and
changeable colors and black. Made with tailored
flounce finished with 5-inch pleating. Percaline
under flounce. Regular size only. Special, $1.60.
Bargain Table, Main Floor.
$1 Dotted It
Gold Dotted Chiffon, ln white and
black, 43 Inches wide, very stylish
for swantng gowns. This chiffon
draping Is worth $1. yd. J7C
All-over Black 811k Shadow Lace,
18 Inches wide; small, neat pat
terns; pretty for yokes and sleeves.
Regular value 11.33 yard. 1 AA
Now, yard wlaUU
Black Silk Tuck Net, 24 Inchea
wide, small tucks, and good J1 AA
values 11.35 yd. Now, yd. . . . MVW
Black-Silk Mesh Veiling, In plain
and fancy mesh; chenille dots and
hair-lines; also a good assortment
of shadow. This veiling la f)Cn
worth 39c yd. Now, yd aSul
Will Keep You Warm
Women's half wool mtdlum
weight vesta and pants, vests high
neck long and short sleevca; pants
ankle and knee length;
tights to match; spe- "ZCo
Extra aires, $1.00.
Women's fleece-lined vests and
'imnts; vesta high neck, long
sleeve; pants ankle length, nc.
Children's halt wool combination
sulta In gray; high neck, loner
sleeve, ankle length. 11.25 QQ.
value; for one day VOK
Boys' fleece lined vests and
drawers; vests high neck, long
sleeves; drawers ankle OCs
length; special value AuL
pure wool and 44 inches and 42
slate, pearl, cardinal, wine, earnet.
our price win be, per yard ZA-