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THE WASHINGTON TDIES, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1913.
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WILD SCENES
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Now
Swing
Washington's Greatest Merchandising. Event!
PLAN 10 CALL OUT
CAUSES DEATH
Great Improvement Sale
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WAITERS
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III OLD LONDON
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Parties Out in Force When Com
mons Prepares to Take Ac
' tion on Measure.
LONDON, Jan. 16. It was a great
day for Ireland in the house of corn
lions today. The Nationalists were
ont In full force to see their dream
of home rule realized, that is to
cay, the first and most important
stage of it.
Telegraph and cable wires gird
ling the earth were in readiness to
convey to all Irishmen, the world
over, the first flash that Ireland was
free.
Solicitor General Sir John Simon
was the speaker when the two days'
debate on the Asqulth home rule
bill was resumed In the commons
this afternoon. He talked for the
measure.
Police Guard Doors.
Many di&tlngulshed women and men
were to be seen among the spectators,
notables of England and other coun
tries, members of the nobility and other
visitors. Scores of policemen guarded
the houses of parliament and all ap
proaches In an effort to check demon
strations, and there were wild scenes of
rejoicing throughout the city.
In the full hoube c 6J0 members, the
government coalition-liberals, labor! tes.
i,A notinnniiats has a majority of 106,
but one cr two liberals were expected
to vote against the Din or aosuun -in-.thr
when the final vote is taken
tonight about 10:30 o'clock. Atjiresent
the various parties are saio. io i
up like this: ,
T.ih 1. 64: laborltcs. 40: national
lets. "6; Independent nationalists, 8. and
rnnjrvatives 32.
Shortly after 2:13 p. m. Speaker Low
ther took the chair and, although the
usual baiting of ministers at question
time produced several amusing verbal
encounters. the house Impatiently
awaited the resumption of the crucial
debate. There -was a sigh of relief
when the hands of the clocks pointed
to the scheduled hour, and badgered
ministers and under secretaries escaped
their interrogators.
What .Leaaeis Ssy.
FoltotsKes In, brief I what tUe leaders
iij about home rule
yrcTsier Asqulth. who Introduced in
Bellboys and Other Hotel Work
ers to Join Big Tie-up in
New York.
NEW YORK, Jan. IS. After a stormy
and exciting midnight meeting of 2,030
cooks and waiters, Elizabeth G. Flynn,
the industrial World Workers- organ
izer, in charge of the strike, announced
early today an overwhelming vote in
faor of calling out every worker in all
branches of hotel service throughout
the city.
It was declared that this general
strike of employes in the principal ho
tels and restaurants would go Into ef
fect immediately.
More than 10,000 workers are c'aimed
to be ready to answer the call of the
strikers. These Include chambermaids,
bell boys, elevator runners and kitchen
help. They are all members of ths
same general union and are said to be
willing and eager to make a concerted
effort to obtain their demands.
The demands of the hotel workers In
clude general sanitary Improvement of
conditions under which they work a
ten-hour day: uniformity of wage
scales: recognition of the union: the
right to have their meals served on
tables instead of shelves; and an Im
proied quality of food.
These demands, the strikers claim, are
extremely moderate, but have been re
jected entirely by the hotel and res
taurant proprietors.
Waist Makers Sure
Employers Will End
Strike in Short Time
NEW YORK. Jan. 16. There was
hope today that within the next twenty
four houraiagreements might be reached
betwen, representatlves of the em
ployers and union leaders whereby
37,000 of the 160,000 men, women and
children now on strike' In the garment
workers' allied trades might return to
their work benches.
Representatives of the Dress and
Waist Manufacturers' Association met
with the union leaders today, evidently
prepared to grant some concessions.
It has been but a one-day strike for
the women and girls employed In this
Industry, however, and some of the
workers feared the conference today
might end as many previous ones ar
ranged for the other strikers have end
ed without peace.
A co'il 'n wo- falling today when
the armies of strikers reported as nunc
tually as usual at the hundreds of
shops. They did not appear for 'work,
Parents of Dead Woman Re
ceive Message Telling of
Her Demise on Ship.
'Word was received today by Capt.
and Mrs. William Peters Hepburn, cf
1124 East Capitol street, thf former a
Congressman from Iowa until 1908. of
the death of their daughter, Mrs. War
ren Frederick Thumme". of New York,
while at sea on the steamer Wllhemlna.
bound from San Francisco to Honolulu.
The news was entirely unexpected.
Mrs. T.iummel, who was Miss Edith
Hepburn until her marriage In 1873.
was in the best of health when she
went to San Francisco one month ago,
to sail for Hawaii, to visit her nephew,
Hal Hepburn. No details have b?cn
received by wlieless. but It is believed
heart trouble was the cause of death.
Captain Hepburn, who Is eighty years
old, was chairman of the House In
terstate Commerce Committee for
many years, and drafted the Hepburn
act which provided Governmental reg
ulation of railroad rates. He has not
seen his daughter In some months.
"I have Just received the news." he
said today. "My daughter was in ex
cellent health, so far as I know. She
was an exceedingly active woman, and
her death was not preceded by any
breakdown."
i.t m in? in" mrside non-union work
tUrt -rule -?.; Ji io the IrlaH 'I e. from reporting In their places. In
jjojple a t-i atid amp'e QeM for the ae-
310. -cover, t will Vni uiem to u and
i emncB i, a- sense ji vtiiu;iiary co
optfriittor, Ai s? J -"lleve, b. a sln
r.t and Ji'3. atU-Chsn. it. At the, same
-time the imperial p&rli&jnjttL H he
eet Tree for a fuller and more adequate
discharge of its Imperial duties. Thus
there has been reserved for this parlia
ment, this house of commoiii, the dou
lile honor of reconciling Ireland and
emancipating it&elf.'
John Redmond, leader of the Irish na
tionalist party T personally thank God
that I have lived to see the this day. I
believe that this bill will result In the
greater unity and strength of the em
pire. I believe it will put an end
once and for all to the wretched ill w ill
and suspicion and misunderstandings
that have existed between England and
Ireland. I believe It will havajthe ef
fect of turning Ireland In time it will
take time Into a happy and prosperous
country, with an united, loyal and con
tented people."
Fighting Measure Hard.
Sir Edward Carson, leader of the
Ulster opposition; -This bill is the re
sult of the most nefarious, the most
unprovoked conspiracy against clll and
religious liberty that ever confronted a
free, blameless and God-fearing people.
The government would compel tne
People of Ulster to live under a consti
tution which has never been submitted
cither to them or to the electors of the
"United Kingdom. We would be forcea
to' accept what Is admittedly a subordi
nate place in the empire, to dissolve
partnership with the richest exchequer
In the world and to have our dally lives
managed by those who Tiave ever been
nothing but a disloyal faction. I be
lieve tne bill to be fatal for Ireland and
equally fatal for England."
most casr the crowds were orderly
Jn tne ccmersuce arrangea oy me
veicproetu or urt, .UHmaX life ."LSS of 'the striked wlU
be taken up separately wim ine repre
sentatives of tk manufacturers'- asso
ciation Tfivie include an advance in
wages, regulation of hours, sanitary
Erkrhops with ample fire protection
and 'recognition of the union.
For the other 123,000 .workers, whose
cause is still to be fought out: there ap
peared little hope-of an'early settlement
today. As thousands of these men and
women have been out of work nearly
two weeks now, they are feeling the
pinch of hunger.
Their leaders admit funds are low In
the union treasury, but all insist the
fight will go on until their demands
are granted.
Senate Appropriates
For Commerce Court
After a long discussion in connection
with the legislative bill, the Senate, by
33 to 20, adopted an amendment which
appropriates for the Commerce Court
from March 4 to June 30.
On motion of Senator Galllnger the
Senate Increased the pay of forty park
policemen from JC0 a month to $75.
Toward the close of the discussion
yesterday there was a wrangle o-er the
question of increasing the pay of tho
House Judiciary Committee on account
of Increased labois in preparing the
Judge Archbald case. Senator Cummins
made a point of older against the items,
but Senator Shively, who was in the
chair, dodged it and referred It to the
Senate. In the absence of a quorum
the matter was not decided.
Had Serious Lung
Trouble-Now Well
Somehow there exists a vast amount
of scepticism as to the possibility of
curing Consumption. Westate none but
facts, and are sincere In what we as
sert. If we were afflicted with Tuberculosis,
;tve should do precisely what we ask
others to do take Eckman's Alterative
promptly and faithfully. The reason we
should do this and 'Warrant we have
for asking all Consumptives to take it,
is that we have the reports of many
recoveries, one of. which follows:
1(19 Suaquehanna Are.. Phlla. Pa.
"Gentlemen: For two ytara I was afflict
ed with hemorrhazc of the lunra. the num
ber totaled .nearly, one. hundred- Our family
phjalclan sdxlied another climate, as to re
main would, probably be fatal. However, I
remained, and In KeDruary or IKE. I was
taken with a severe attack of pneumonia.
When I recovered aufflclently to walk about
the bouse I was left with a frightful hack
ing cough, which no medicine I had taken
could alleviate. It was at this time. March.
ISO. that I learned of and atarted taking
Eckman's Alterative. In a short time my
cough was gone and I was pronounced well.
Since that time I have had two alight at
tacks of pneumonia and I have retorted to
no other medicine to effect a recovery.
"I am at present In excellent health and
feel that as long as I ran obtain Eckman'a
Alterative. I have no fear of Consumption.
I cannot speak too highly for the good It
has done."
(Signed.) HOWARD L. KLOTZ.
Eckman's Alterative Is effective in
Bronchitis, Asthma, Hay Fever: Throat
and Lung Troubles, and In upbuilding
the system. Does not contain poisons,
opiates or hablt-formlnjr drugs. For
sale, by O'Donnell's Drug Stores and
other leading druggists. Ask for book
let telling of recoveries, and write to
Eckman Laboratory, Philadelphia, pa.,
lor additional evidence.
Officers Installed
By Caledonian Club
The ladles' auxiliary of the Caledonian
Club held a meeting last night and in
stalled officers for the ensuing year.
Chief W. Grant of the Caledonian Club
presided. Following Is the list of now
officers: Mrs. John D. Hlggins. presi
dent; Mrs. T. J. Weeks, vice president,
Mrs. J. O'Brlan. past president: MUs
Jane Petrie. treasurer; Mrs. John Mc
Glnty. secretary; Mrs. William How
land, chaplain, and Mrs. Mary Pearson,
guard.
Boy Scouts Urging
Protection of Birds
The 300.0CO Boy Scouts throughout the
United States are asked In Boys' Life
to urge their fathers or anv other vot
ers to write to their Senators and Con
greennen to support the McLean bill
providing for Federal protection of nil
migratory birds. The 3oy Scouts of
America ar opposed to the slaughter
of -birds. Since 1904 efforts have been
made to bring about the passage of a
Mil similar to that introduced by Sena
tor McLean.
Y. M. C. A. Library Grows.
In the annual report of M. J. Jones,
director of education In the V. M. C. A..
It is predicted that the branch of tne
Public Library in the association rooms
Is destined to be the largest in the
city In -the near future. There were
J1.176 books put Into circulation through
this branch last year. In addition to
S.J38 consulted for reference.
Wy oig "ttOMo aurcrac thtf .
Ltuativ Broo QuHm
OsmCMIaOMDy,Cr$la3I)y
SPECIAL NOTICES
IN THE MATTER OF THE WASHINGTON
AMERICAN LEAGUE BASEBALL CLUB.
We, the President and a majority of the
Board of Trustees of the Washington Ameri
can League Base Ball Club, hereby certify
that the amount of the capital stock fixed by
the Charter of the Washington American
League Base Ball Club Is Two Hundred
'ihnusand Dollars (IJOO.000), which sum la
fully paid In. and the outstanding debtv
amount to about Seventy-seven Thousand.
Eight Hundred Dollars (177.800). BENJAMIN
8. MINOR, President: EDWARD J. WALSH.
CLARK GRIFFITH. W. II. KAPLEV. Rf
DOLPH KAUFFMANN. THORNTON CHES
LET. J. MILLER KENTON. District of Co
lumbia, to-wlt: I, BENJAMIN S. MINOR.
President of the Washington American League
Base Ball Club, do depone and upon oath say
that the matters and things stated in the
fnreKolng statement, signed by me and a ma
jority or the Board of Trustees of the Wash
ington American League Bate Ball Club, are
true to the best of my knowledge. Informa
tion and belief. BENJAMIN t. MINOR.
President. Subscribed and sworn to before
me this 15th day of January. A. D. 1313.
(Seal) NEENAH LAUB. Notary Public. D. C.
A PERFECT SIGHT
WITH TETTER
Face and Hands Would Itch and
Burn. All Scaly and Would Peel
Off. Could Not Put Hands In
Water. Cutlcura Soap and Oint
ment Completely Cured.
RHorrflle, Y. " I was cured of tetter by
Ccticura Soap and Ointment. I suffered
with s burning and Itching. My face and
hands got full of red
and white spots) and
would Itch andbum,
and tfter so long a
tlrr.0 thoy got all
scaly and would peel
off. I was a perfect
sight. My face had
ugly, scaly spots all
over it; my hands
would swell and
cause me so much
misery I could
scarcely work at
all. I could not put my bxniU In water
and If I did I would suffer terribly for hours
after. I could not sleep ti all and was
ashamed to face any of my neighbors. I
suffered terribly. -My face was almost a
mass of sores, all scaly and cracked open.
" I tried all Idnds of remedies but not one
proved (uccocsfsl until a friend toid me of
CutlcnrS) Soap and Ointment. Ituodibom
by directions and was completely cured In
about three weeks. It has shown no at(&
of ever returning.'' (Signed) Miss Mary
Clatterbuct. Mar 14, 1012. ,
Cuttcnra Soap 2Cc and Outlcara Ointment
50c. are sold everywhere.' Liberal sample of
each inaUedfree, With 88-p. Skin Dock." Ad
dreat pott-card "Outieura, Dept. T, Boeton."
MrTeader-lKed saenehould use Cotteura
Soap flbarlBf f Hck, 25c BfcSBjl free.
DRUULESS HEALING has DISEASE CON
QUERED BT RESTORING the CIRCULA
TION of the BLOOD and NERVO-VtTAL
FLUIDS without MUDICINE or SURGICAL
PROCEDURE. LOCOMOTOR-A T A X I A.
BRIOHT'S D1SEAKE, DIABETES. INSOM
NIA. RHEUMATISM, all forms of PARAL
YSIS and CHRONIC ailments that BAFFLB
MEDICAL SCIENCE. YIELD quite readily
to the CURATIVE POWER of this Svstem
of DRUOLESS HEALING. It has the In
dorsement of the most eminent Phjtlclani
(of all schools) or the world. Booklet and
Consultation Free. Hours. 10 a. m t K p in
Sundays, 11 to 1 LADY ASSISTANT.
PROF H. N. D. PARKER.
Wli Sth St. N. W.
LEWIS JOHNSON & COMPANY. Bankers.
announce the retirement of Mr Charles I.
Williams fpm the firm and the admission of
Mr. Benjamin Woodruff, effective Januar
18. 1S1J. !
DOLLY MADISON CANDY
40c Ml. KNOWN AS THB HOST.
7M 11TH ST. M. BUI.
K-I-K-K-I-I-H-K-M-M-H"
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f XX I Ui J J J LJ J,l ill; J
DOWNTOWN J
Eton In and try .tne of our FAMOUS ?
LUNCHES. 13 to 2:30 p. m. Delicious A
Dinners. S to 7:10 p. in. J,
LUNUH 35c
?
X DINNER 75c
T
5
..R.
Restaurant A LA CAnTE.
FROM 7 TO 7:30 P. M.
LINCOLN CAFE
10TH i H N. W.
II. H'.i.
1-
INAUGURAL COMMITTEE
COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC COMFORT.
Rooms 0 and 31. U. S. Trust Building-. Penn
slanla e. and Tenth st N W
All parties desiring to furnish quarters to
lsttors durlnc Inaugural period, ate re
quested to tall at this oin.e or send de
scription of rooms, ststlne the number of
persons that can he supplied with hrds o.
cots. wllh or without meals, trriiu, etc
M. I WELI.ER. Chairman
Committee on Public Comfort
Nnthlnc like the DOLLY MADISON CAN'.
ntPC Krw.un aw fh. !taf ?n ,1,1. -t
Phone orders slen special attention M 5131
THE ANNUAL MEETING FOR ELE.TIOX
of Director of the EUREKA LITE IN
SURANCE COMPANY OF BALTIMORE will
be held at the home office of the company
at Baltimore. Tuesday, February 11. 1913. at
13 o'clock, noon J. P. SANSOM,
President.
THE BEST BREAKFAST EVER. PHIL
LIP'S "GENUINE" HOME MADE SAU
BACK. ALL PORK. For sale at all leading
store or Columbia Prov. Co.. 332 I.v a.
SUCCESSFUL WOMAN COLLECTOR drslie
bills to collect: have city references. AJ
irttt BOX Ut. Times office.
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
GET OUIt ESTIMATES on absolutely Ors-
proof storasa. marine packlnr. UNITK1)
STATES STORAGE CO.. 111-20 10th St. N. W.
Phsns M. 33. t
WE DO PACKING Household Roods for
shipment: artoras In private apartments.
Free haullnc to our storasa. LITTLEFIELD.
ALVORD t CO M7 Htb st nw.
PADDED nf. K & "- Id.; 2-h. wagon.
pnrme sis in ii&-uu.
S3 Id.
PAUM
EVEEY
During the past few weeks we have let various contracts, involving the expenditure of thousands of dollars for the
general improvement of our store improvements that will be pleasing to the eye as well as to the usual good service we
have, always maintained. We intend that our store shall be as modern as human ingenuity and'money'carrrnake it.
Therefore, we are installing a modern system of lighting, heating, and ventilating. We are sheathing our ceilings
with pressed steel. We are installing a private branch telephone exchange, connecting all departments direct with the phone
shopper. These and other changes necessitate the scaffolding for workmen, the removal of plaster, the changing of depart
ments, etc. ' ' .
DOLLAR'S WORTH OF GOODS THAT IS IN OUR STORE MUST BE MOVED TO BAY IT OE
HARM. AND WE INVITE YOU TO COME AND HELP US MOVE THE STOCKS (WE'LL PAY YOIT HAHMOMILY
Lft.Iim, JUXU ' WXJ '.-l .TVTtHOril TTAO UNIT T.TT "D Ts TTWT TIT 1 wWtTTW ft "OT VAtTK XrmWMVOWW.
TO DO SO), FOR A BARGAIN FEAST HAS BEEN PREPARED, UNLIKE ANYTB3NQ WE
ANNOUNCED.
HAVE HERETOFORE
No Interrupftm to Business
During Improvements
as most of the work Is being done at night.
"R & G'' CORSETS, riQ -Regular
$1.50 Models W
Made of finest Imported coutll; medium
bust, lace trimmed: J,8ht seams, well
made; boned and finished with six heavy
durable hose supporters: all slzes
Women's White Undergarments in
One Big Lot, Former Prices Were
$1.25 to $2.00. All at One Price, Now
The lot consists of Long Skirts, Nightgowns,
All are full cut and beau-
98c
Chemises,
Drawers and Combination Garments,
tifully trimmed with finest imported laces and embroideries. .
Tremendous Sacrifice of Stylish Coats & Suits
Prices cut and slashed without regard to former selling figures. Every one the newest style.
Faultlessly tailored and finished.
FULL LENGTH JOHNNIE AND MACKINAW COATS of the finest materials, some full
lined, others body lined with guaranteed satins.
Coats Worth
Up to $15.
Your Choice
$4.90
Coats Worth
Up to $20.
Your Choice
$7.90
Coats Worth
Up to $25.
Your Choice
$9.90
$35
LttifFrarLMgftr bats,
YakesUfts $75. Sale, Price
These coats are of brown coney.and genu
ine broadtail Russian pony skin. Latest
style, full length. XIned throughout with
beautiful brocaded silks; finished with
large fancy buttons.
LtfrfFvKKbiNK
values up to a A
98.00 each. Sale tXi
price vUW
xnese consist 01 coney,
fox. wolf, pony, opos
sum, etc. All are well
lined with silk. Actu
aly worth up to 16.00
each. At sale price, 98c.
Lttif251jif kstsM&tti,t17 QA
FnrrkWat$3.SrrittI.W
These coats are made of black cblffMi
broadcloth; full lined with Skinner's guar
anteed satin; full length; shawl collar and
wide cuffs of plush; finished with .beautiful
silk frogs.
Fancy Tailored Suits at Less Than Cost of Materials
hirers
i Ph
$5.90 s&afeSUHNt s
r- " .. asr ssaw ar v ar ar
Every one the season's latest production of the best manufacturers- in the country,
Plain Colored and silk Velvet Suits. Velvet Corduroy I Plain Colored and
Novelty Worsted 8uItsT Suits, Novelty Wor- 1 Novelty "Worsted Suits.
Worth JliM to J15 each. CL Ull ,,. Z -,,. a. t- CI fl Oil 1 Worth $15 to OB each.
Sale price Wfmw-" price wlvtvV ' Sale price
$8.90
Extraordinary Sale of Millinery
$5.00 to $7.50 1 rimmed QO.
Hat. Sale Price .... UOC
The Latest Mid-season
Creations The "Billy
Burke" Bonnet and the
"Peggy" Turban
Actual n For
$2.00
Values
98c
Your
Choice
These captlvaUng little models are
J-U-S-T T-H-K T-H-I-N-G. Made
of black velvet and plush. Close fit
ting. In the soft effect conforming to
the face. The popularity of these
two little models was assured the
very day they were Introduced.
They're smart, becoming and serviceable.
Choice of scores of pretty models of felt, velvet,
plush, etc.; artistically trimmed; black and all col
ors, and combinations.
$5.00 and $6.00
Beautiful large, medi
um and small "shapes, of
soft long nap beaver;
white and pink only.
Untrimmed Hats
.$1.39
$4.00 Fur Hats and
Plush
Tarns.
Charming new mod
els of finest velvet and
fur combined and all
plush; black and vari
ous colors.
at Give-away Prices.
At 19c
Felt Hats for
women, misses
and children; all
colors. Former
prices up to
Jl-W each.
At 49c
U n t r I mmed
and Ready-to-wear
Hats of
felt and velvet;
all colors. For
mer prices up
to J2-00 each.
At 79c
Velour.French
Felt and Beav
er, In black
only. Former
prices up to 13.00
each.
Women's $1 ni $1.50
Waists, Sale Price,
57c
These are fashionable styles of mohair,
batiste, madras, llnnenette, pique, etc. In all
while and heat striped and figured patterns;
laundered or French collars and cuffs; open
front.
$2.00 arid $2.50 Silk
Waists
$1.39
Plain tailored and fancy trimmed- styles of
fine rnesaline silk; plain colors as weU as
striped designs. Colors include black, brown,
navy, white, etc., and combination .effects; ail
sizes are in the lot, but not all sizes of each
kind.
$1.00
Handbags .
49c
Women's All-leather Handbags, with neat
metal frames: some leather lined; fitted with
coin purse: black only.
Ribbons
All-silk Ribbons, all
colors; 4 to 53& inches
wide; fine quality.
Regular 2Sc to 39c val
ues. Sale price, f.
a yard H
Ruff lings
Fancy Lace Collar
and Cuff PleaUngs,
neat designs. Regular
Sc values. Sala -f E
price, a yard... ''
35c
BED SHEETS, fk,690
Sizes 81x90, 72x90, 63x90
Classed as "run of the mill," some have almost unnoticeable imperfec
tions. Made from heavy round-thread sheeting cotton, some are seamless,
others are made with patent center seam; handtorn and ironed.
39c Table Damask, 19c.
Mercerized Table Damask. bcauUful
scoll and floral patterns: full width.
(Limit, 5 yards to a buyer.)
90c Diaper Cloth, 59c.
Best sanitary quality Blrdeye Diaper
Cloth; 22 Inches wide; In scaled packages;
regularly worth 90c apiece, for 5Dc.
S1.00 Bed Sheets, 69c.
Heavy durable quality hand-lorn and
ironed, deeply hemmed top and bottom.
I2V2C Pillowcases, 9c.
Well made, of good quality cotton: sizo
42x36 Inche"
I2V2C Bleached Muslin, 7c. ,
Heavy quality, made from best round
thread cotton: full 35 Inches wide.
$1.25 Bedspreads, 95c.
Heavy Marseilles pattern, pearl hemmed;
full Xl-I size: for double beds.
65c Feather Pillows, Ziy2c.
Beit A C. A ticking covering filled with
odorless, dustlcss. quill-less turkey feath
ers. S5.00 Blankets, $3.45. (
Gray or white, deep silk ribbon WnJinS:
maoe of extra heavy carded wool; fuUJM
double bed size.
$4.00 Blankets, $1.98.
r-rav white and Un, these liae the same
nnoeaVanc" and warmth as all-wool: deep
bound with silk: 11-4 rise, for large double
beds.
$1.00 Couch Covers, 50c.
Fancy Roman striped patterns; large
size; fringe and tasseled edged.
23c Oilcloth, 16c.
"Sanltas" Table Oilcloth: best non-crack-able
quality; white or fancy patterns.
25c Window Shades, 19c.
Absolutely perfect; best quality; size 3x6
feet: all colors.
14-Price Sale of Turkish
Bath Towels.
Double pile, extra large size.
Towels worth 50c are 25c
Towels worth 39c are I9c
Towels worth 25c are 124c
' 25c to 35c
WOMEN'S HOSE,
15c
Included in this lot are several cases of the
well-known "BURSON'S" brand: all sizes.
39c and 50c
Hose,
25c
Lisle and Silk Boot
Hose for women;
colors include black,
tan and white; all
sizes.
12c Hose,
a Pair,
7c
Black Cotton Hose
for women; full
shaped; fast color; fine
soft finish; all sizes
In the lot.
WOMEN'S $1,00
UNION SUITS
; 39c
Medium weight, rlbbedJieavlIy. fleece Used,
high neck; long sleeves, ankle length.
50c Under'
wear,
29c
Children's Ribbed
and Heavy Fleecelined
Underwear. All sizes
in vests and pants.
29c Under
wear,
17c
TV o-m e ns Bleached
and Unbleached Rib
bed Underwear. Vests
In all sizes. Pants in
a few sizes.
Men s Linen Collars,
Regular 15c 2 for p
25c Kinds DC
Included in the lot are such well
known brands as "Red Man" and "Bar
ker Bros.," etc. All the new styles; all
sizes for men and boys
$1.00 and $1.50 Underwear, 49c.
Men's All-wool Scarlet and Natural
Wool Underwear, all sizes in the lot,
but not all sizes of each kind.
75c White Shirts, 39c.
White Bosom Shirts, laundered and
unlaundered; well made, full cut; all
sizes.
Flat Elastic Armbands, plain
and fancy colors. Regular 10c rtp
value. Sale price &
$1.00 Women's
GLOVES,
50c
Made of fine lamb
skin, excellently fin
ished; black and col
ors; perfect fitting,
but slightly Imperfect.
$1 and $1.50
Men's Gloves,
69c
Best selected skins.
in black, tan. brown
and gray; mocha,
pique and English
cape: weU made; per
fect in every detail.
Planen Lace Neckwear
Vahes Up to $1.0
This lot consists of Yokes. Chemisettes.
Round Collars, etc: beautiful designs.
39c
LOT OF NECK
WEAR, consisting of
Bows. Stocks. Turn
overs, etcu former
prices up to
sOc each.
Sale price .
lurmer
10c
LOT OP COLLARS.
plain and embroider
ed; laundered ready to
wear. Values m
up to 50c each. f
Sale price tJV
$3.00 Silk
Petticoats,
$1.49
Chiffon Taffeta, and Messallne Petticoats, cut In
the latest style: dj. accordion pltutd ruflies; col
ors include black, navy. bmn. gray, etc: all
lengths.
FAMOUS FOR LOW PRICES SINCE '59.
JM.jyiMTkirW
PALACE
810-16 SEVENTH STREET
$1 Children's
Hats
49c
Jaunty little styles of felt, corduroy, velvet, plush,
etc.: many arc prettily trimmed with ribbons, feath
ers, etc.: every popular 'olor. including black and
vihlte, -trill be found in the assortment.
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LOCATION QUALITY DESIGN
DISTINCTIVE HOMES
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ROCK CREEK NATIONAL PARK
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