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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29; 1913.
BE HELD II 1ST
Body of Cabinetmaker's Father
.rWill Be Taken to Old Home
Q funeral of -the Rev. Pr. Daniel
W ebster Fisher, 'who died Yesterday at
the apartment'- of his son. Howard
fisher, the Mendota. will be held in
Hanover, Ind., tomorrow afternoon. Dr.
Fisher, who Is the father of Secretary
Flaher, of the Department of the In
terior had been in ill health for several
Jnlnths, Ills death was due to heart
tr; Fisher was a scholar and author
of xoteand prominent In the-councils
of. the Presbyterian Church. He was a
graduate or "Jefferson College, now
Known as Washington and Jefferson
J-olege, in 1SS7. After serving as pastor
S-j BS.veral Presbyterian churches
tnrtjughout the country, he became
1-Preldent of Hanover College. Hanover.
Jnd. He .fQfed from -that position' in
, 1987i r ' "
', Bfaco then he has'devoted his time to
traveland -writing. He is the author of
AHuman Life," his., autobiography,
VCi severalother works.. -He Is, sur-
fVlytA by.wo sons Secretary Fisher and
Dr. Hcrd Fisher and a daughter.
Funeral- services for Maurice Sulli-""to.vjWH-be
held tomorrow morning
from the home of his niece. 'Mrs. Mary
Dougbertj;,.,723 Virginia avenue south
east, ,and ' St; Peter's "Church, where
mass "will be said. The burial will be
' MRS. MARGARET B. MAYS.
The funeral of Mrs. 'Margaret B.
Mays, widow of William Mays, will
b held from her home. BOO Seward
.square southeast tomorrow afternoon.
Interment will be private.
UrTARLES ANTON BALXUFF.
Requiem mass will be said for
Charles Anton Balluff tomorrow morn
ing In St. Anthony's Church. Inter
ment will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery.
Mr. Balluff was. eighty years old.
MISS THERESA HERRLE.
Funeral services for Miss Theresa
Herrle' will be conducted from her
home. 646 C street northwest, tomorrow
morning. Miss Herrle was the daugh
ter jot Anna and the late Gustavo
faarrlc ,, The buriaK will be .private.
MISS MARGARET KIRBY.
Funeral servicer for 'Miss Margaret
lOrby were held this morning in St.
Dominic's Church where requiem mass
was said. Miss Kirby died on Mon-
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' She was the daughter of the late WIN
Ham and Hanorah Kirby. Interment
was in MU Olivet Cemetery.
CHARLES F. F. ADAM.
Word has been received here of the
death of Charles F. F. Adam In Lon
don yesterday. Mr. Adam was the sec
retary of the British embassy here in
2SIS. Me was also charge d affaires.
Mr. Adam was the son of the Rt. Hon.
Sir Frederick Adam. Be wan horn in
18C" and was educated at Balllol Col
lege, Oxford. He entered the diplo
matic service in 1S73, and was contin
ually In the service until 1994. when he
retired to make his home In London.
Mr. Adam had hid posts at Madrid,
St., Petersburg, Rome, and Rio de Janeiro.
MRS. MARY A. DOXON.
The last rites for Mrs. Mary A. Dox-
on, wife of Walter Doxon, were solemn
ized this . morning In St. Stephen's
Church, where mass was said. Inter-
Inent was private.
Funeral service for Mrs. Annie E.
Krouse were conducted this morning
from her home, 3307 O street northwest.
and at Holy Trinity Church, where
requiem high mass was sung. Inter
ment was In Holy Rood Cemetery. Mn.
Krouse is survived by her husband,
William L. Krouse.
WILLIAM A. KING.
'"Funeral services for William A. King,
who died Saturday, were conducted this
, afternoon from the home of his aunt,
Mrs. Alice V Furr. ail L street north
west. Mr. King is survived by his
mother and a brother and sister.
MRS. ALICE V. OREM.
Tbo last rites for Mrs. Alice V. Orem
were conducted this afternoon from her
home. CD Maryland avenue southwest.
Interment was at Glen wood Cemetery.
Mrs. Orem ! survived by her husband,
George W. Orem.
The funeral of Thomas Jordon, who
died Saturday at his home, 109 M street
southeast, was held at ZIon Baptist
Church this afternoon. Mr. Jordon Is
survived by his wife, Mrs. Lucy Jordon.
f LOUIS DE COPPET BERGH.
. The last rites for Louts de Coppct
Bergh were conducted under Masonic
auspices at the residence. 123 Hast
Capitol street, this afternoon. The Rev.
Dr. C. R. Stetson, of St. Mark's Epis
copal Church, read the Episcopal serv
ice. Burial was in a vault in the Con
" To 20 Years in Jail
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 29. Carl Rled
elbach, of Salt Lake City, the man
who terrorized the central police sta
tion November 19 last with an infernal
machine, has been sentenced to twenty
years In the penitentiary. The sentence
was Imposed after Rledelbach had de
clared he believed dynamite was a good
means of righting some social wrongs.
Gaynor Would Fight.
JCEW YORK, Jan. 29. Again declar
ing there were two or three "fellows'
in this town who own "nasty news
papers." Mayor Gaynor offered, to lick
tfctgi in the old schoolboy .fashion.
Woman Judge Refuses
To Accept Third Term
CHICAGO. Jan. 29. Not being a be
liever in third terms, Mrs. Catherine
Waugh McCuiloch. the first woman Jus
tice of the peace In Illinois, will not be
a candidate for re-election to that office
"I think people are against third
term candidates, and I am not going to
be one," she said today.
Miss Mary Carney, police matron of
Evanston. is a candidate to succeed Mrs.
McCuiloch, who will resume law prac
tice as her husband's partner.
Wins in New Jersey
TRENTON, N. J.. Jan. 29.-After hav
ing been In Republican hands for nine
teen years, the State treasurershlp went
to the Democrats yesterday when the
legislature. In Joint session, elected Ed
ward E, Grosscup, of Gloucester county,
chairman of the Democratic State com
mittee and Governor Wilson's candidate,
to the position.
Mr. Grosscup was chosen over Daniel
8. Voorhees. the -resent treasurer, who
was. renominated by the Republicans.
Civil War Veteran, 70,
Swims Nearly a Mile
PALM BEACH. Jan. 29. The hardi
hood of Col. A. M. Shook, a veteran of
thesclvil war and a wealthy resident
of Nashevllle, was put to test yester
day when he was forced to swim from
a sinking boat three-quarters of a mile
Colonel Shooft Is nearly seventy years
old. With him were J. E. Rumbough.
of Ashevllle. N. C. and Charles B.
Hibbard, of Chicago. The three reach
ed the beach exhausted and were aided
by Mrs. Robert Dunn Douglass, of
Lleyellyn Park, South Orange, N. J
and Mrs. Daniel Karsner, of Philadel
phia, who "were motoring along tho
ocean "front about Ave miles north of
The men were fishing In an open
motor boat wnen tne propeller broke,
gashing- the boat's bottom.
Stranger to Bailey.
"Who Is this Harry Woods?"., de
manded' former Senator Joseph W.
Bailey oast evening, when shown a dls
uatch that Woods, secretary of state
elect In Illinois, had written to ;he
Springfield Commercial Association re
fusing to attend a banquet at 'which
Bailey was to speak.
" refuse to comment about people
whom I don't know." was the onlv
statement Bailey would maXe.
Will Hear Leaders
Mrsw John- Rogers. Jr.. of, Now York,
sister of Mrs. H. L. Stimson, wife of the
Secretary of War, will be the principal
speaker at a meeting of women at the
home of Mrs. William Kent, wife of
Congressman Kent of California, 1925
F street northwest, at i o'clock totnor
row'afternoon. A meeting Is scheduled earlier in the
afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. A.
Breckons, ISM G street northwest, when
Miss, .Eliza Hunt Lord, will be the
A meeting at the homo of Mrs. Stoner,
1627 Rhode Island avenue, at 8 o'eleak
tomorrow night, will be held especially
for women from the Government of-
nces. Airs. John Rogers and Mrs.
atone wm speak.
A meeting tomorrow night will be held
In the ball room' of the CalroT 'when
usa uucy Aninony win be the speaker.
Medical College Opened.
AUGUSTA,, Qa.. Jan. .-Th new
medical college of the University of
Georgia was dedicated and opened la
this city today with ixerdses In widen
noted educators and leaders of the medi
cal' profession in many parts of the
country participated. The address of
the day was delivered by Dr. Arthur
Bevan of Chicago.
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John Campbell, electrician, first claw,
and Lewi' M. "Hurst, nnichlsWVi state,
second class, were swept overboard:
from 'the submarine,'' D-2 duriftc fhtf
nighty of January 27, accordtajr to af
radiogram received at "tjia Navy !-
partsaeat today from the ooamaBdiag
officer of the. Castlne. .
The D-2 was on her wAt from Bruns
wick. Ga.. to Key West. Campbell's;
nearest of" kin Is a .gunner. c W.rB
Campbell, oa .the -Cetersdeu Hum,
who has been in the navy 'since Mac
October, cam from, new. Norfolk, va.
For Thursdas Bargain Sale An Irresistible Array of "Extra". Values
THIS COUPON and
17c for Seamloss
with cover; twelve
pint size. Regular 39c
"IS V Underwear
Sale Price . . . 3C
A rousd-up of all tho small lots of
"Women's Fine Quality Underwear In
cluding part-wool, all-wool, sllk-and-wool
shirts and pants. Shirts finished
with silk tape around neck, pantsHnlsh
ed with French muslin band. Every gar
ment made in the most particular man
ner, perfect In fit and finish down to
the last detail.
Not nil sizes of each kind. Values
worth JL50 and $2-00 In this sale at 75c a
Regular 25c Cans
THIS COUPON ha
12c for Sanitol Tooth
Powder, sold regularly
at 25c. (T.)
It Py to DflJL t GoldnfcrV
"H Py to Pctl .M
Sevanth and K JgSsatfa&a?
Have You Tried Our Special Lunch?
Our "Purity" Lunch- Room is a favorite .place to meet one's friends and
cnioy a good lumm. The menu for tomorrow:
Ham Salad. Bread and Butter, Cup of Coffee, Pieoe of Pastry. "II
All for , - .Ml'
Served from 11 -JO a. m. to 2:30 p. m.
Three Rolls of
THIS COUPON and
,14c for THREE roll
Sanitary Tissue Toilet
Paper, each roll con
taining 1,060 sheets of
paper and one Nickel'
plated Holder FREE
of charge. (T.)
ramoaw "Onyx turn frv
"Wo are rightln "our stock of 'Hos
iery before inventory, and have' cut
into regular .prices deeply for clear'
ance of these lines :- -
The lot consists of Pure SUc, Fhw
Cotton, . Lisle US Mercerised Llale
Stockings, in black and leadiac shades,'
Hade with nil faahjefled feet. douWe
role, high pUced heel and toe. They
are the celebrated "Onyx" aad "Oor- I
don" makea-names that stand for ascV'L
(juuuiy ana oauoiacuon.
Regular G6o quality tomorro-r at 13c a
9e fer -Mekef plated
Sleeve Iross, hand-so-B
Kegwar c value.
'HftwJy for aieevea and
fhese Suits and Overcoats
ti&pW g g For Choice of Former .
4 lUU $12.50 to $16.50 Values
Tomorrow's offering of lien's Suits
X and Overcoats is the most remarkable
known this season a salo that takes
no heed of real value or actual cost,
but makes det-p, drastic sacrifices for
There's plenty of cold weather coming
for ycu to enjoy wearing these suits
end overcoats, while the Immense sa
Ing that can be effecttcT makes It wise
economy to buy now for future as well
as immediate needs.
The range of styles and sizes is fairly
complete, although wc haven't a com
plete assortment of sizes In any par
There will be an early rush for theso
great clothing bargains better not de
lay. The Overcoats consists of strictly all
wool materials, in a good variety of
styles and colorings, such as Black
Kersey, Fancy Mixed Tans. Grays, and
Novelty effects, with self cloth and vel
vet collars. In regular styles and con
vertible models. Some with fancy plaid
backs. Sizes from 32 to 42.
The Suits consist of all-wool Cheviots,
Casslmcrcs. and Worsteds, in this sea
son's most approved designs and ef
fects, including fancy blues, stripes,
fancy .mixtures, and grays. Only two
and three of a kind. Well-tailored, per
fect fitting garments. Sizes 32 to 40 In
Choice of former $1150, $15.00, and $16.50
values at f7.CS.
.Choice of Our Entire Remaining Stock of
Women's Tailored Suits and Coats
. Sold up to $25 and $30 for .'SO '
In order to reduce the stock of women's suits and coats as
much as possible before inventory time rolls around, we have made
sweeping, radical sacrifices for clearance. No woman needing a new
suit or coat can afford to miss the wonderful savings offered here
tomorrow. This sale price touches the lowest mark' you've ever
known for garments of correct style and superior quality. All this
seasonls prevailing models and materials are represented, but we
have considered only the thought, of getting rid of these suits and
coats, and not their original valued
Broaddoth Imported Serge
Imported Chinchilla '
Novelty Striped Materials
A large range of desirable colors and designs. Every size in the lot, but not a complete range of
sizes in any particular style. Unreserved choice of suits and coats, worth up to $25.00 and $30.00
Choke of Values Worth
$2.50, $3.00 and
$3.50 a Pair
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been , established in this wind-op
of our winter lines of women's
footwear. 'We have collected all
the small lots and broken lines bt
shoes left from regular stock and
several large purchases and msrk-
tu uiciu hi x (jiubK-scumg pnec.
. ?i SW who needs stylUh and comfortable footwear for the ret
of the winter should hesitate to supply her seeds from this sals taaor
At $1.48 a pair choice offered of an liamense . assortment of this
seasons most popular styles, In all the best leathers, such as Russia
Calf, Patent Colt, Gunmetal. Vict Kid. Suede, and, Velvet. In various
colors: also Patent Colt, with White Calf Tops. Button, blucher, andlaca
styles. In the lot are the fashionable 12, 14, and 18-buttoa boots.- High
and low heels, plain and tlppeoT.toea. Band-sewed and hand-turned
soles. All sizes In the lot, but not every slse In each style.
Choice of values worth up to $S.6t at JL4I pair.
$2 Roller Skates,
THIS COUPON and
S1.19 for American Skate
Steel Ball-bearlns Koller
Skates, for boys and
THIS COUPON and 14c
for Enameled ColTeo Pots,
four-Pint ijIzc The kind
sold regularly at 29c each.
TWO for 13c
THIB COUPON and ISc
for TWO regular 10c cans
of Lowncy's Breakfast
5c Gold Dust,
TWO for 6c
THIS COUPON and 6c
for TWO recular lie-padc3
ages of Gold Dust Wash
ing Powder. (T.)
15c Talcum Pow-
der, 5c a can.
THIS COUPON and' 0c
for "Napoleon" Talcum
Powder, lilac scented and
borated, talcum. Reijular
ic value. (T.)
25c Cold Cream, :
12c a jar. "
THIS COUPON and "12c
for jar" of lUmak Per
oxide Cream, for rough
ekln, chupped face and
hands, etc. Regularly
25c . (T.)
20c Ska vinr Stick;
9c each. '
THIS COUPON ard 9c
for "20c alxe "Wllbert's
ShavlnR- Stick, in -nickel-plated
5c Adhcaiva Taae,
TWO for 5c J
THIS COUPOWand 5c
for TWO regular 5c
spools of Adhesive Tape.
for mending music, etc J
stationery Dept. (T.)
THIS COUPON and Scf
for best grade absorbent
Cotton, one-ounce pack-
'age hi sealed carton. An-
usepuc ana samiary. ix.
$5 Marabou Muffs, $1.98.
Marabou Muffs. In black and natural colors. Full
slse. Sold regularly at J5.00 each. Thursday Bar
gain Sale price, $1.98.
$5.98 Capes, $3.49.
Marabou Capes or Stoles, of extra quality long
fluffy fibres: black and natural colors. Sold regu
larly at 5 98 each. One day at 3.49.
8c Embroidery, 4c
Embroidery Kdglngs and Insertions, medium and
wide widths: blind and open work designs. Reg
ular 8c value. Thursday Bargain Salo price, yard
39c and 50c Flouncings, 25c
27 Inch Swiss Embroidery Flouncings, beautiful
openwork designs, with heavy firmly woven edge.
Regular 39c and DCc values. Special at 23c.
50c Allover Laces, 25c
All-over Laces. 18 indies wide: In white, ecru,
and black. Shadow, Oriental, and novelty effects.
Worth 50c yard. Special at 25c.
8c and 10c Laces, 4Vc
Torchon. Imitation Cluny. Point de Paris and
Novelty Lace Edges and Bandings: desirable
widths. Worth &c and 10c yard. Thursday at 4c.
$1.00 Longdoth, 79c
Imperial English LonKcloth, soft chamois finish
grade. 36 Inches wide, full 12 yards In each piece.
Worth J1.00. Thursday at 79c.
15c Percales, 9c
36-inch. White French Percales, with tho real
linen finish; for making waists and uniforms.
Worth 15c yard Thursday at 9c vard.
19c Cannon Cloth, 12c
26-inch White Cannon Cloth, extra heavy weight,
with desired linen finish, for making skirts and
suits. Worth I'.w- yard. Tomorrow at 12 c.
15c Linon, 9c
30-Inch White India Linon. extra fine sheer qual
ity, bleached to snowy whiteness. Sold reguJRrly
at 15c yard. Sale price. 9?c.
25c Pique, 18c
Imported White Pique, all size welts, for making
rtylish. suits and skirts. Worth 25c yard. Thurs
da Bargrln Sale price, 18c.
8c Ginghams, 5c
Standard Apron Olnghams, large assortment of
blue checks, warranted fast colors, sold regularly
at 8c .yard. Thursday at 54c yard.
12 Percales, 7c
Yard wide Percales, light grounds. In strl'es,
checks, dots, figures, and broken pla'ds: fine clos
woven grade, for malting waists and dresses. Reg
ularly 12&C yard. Tnursduy Bargain Sale price,
15c Ginghams, 7c
22-inch Dreas Ginghams, in stripes and cherk3,
light blue, pink, oxblood, pink lavender, black and
white. Lengths from 10 to 20 yards. Hegular 13c
lalue. Thursday Bat gain Sale price, 7c.
8c Flannel, 4c
Bleached Ijoroct Flannel, with heavy fleece; for
winter garments. Regular price 8c yard. Offered
for Thursday at ATftc
59c Sheets, 42c
81x90 Bleached Sheets, double bed size With
welded seam: extra quality sheeting. Worth 59c
each. Tomorrow at 42c.
75c Sheets, 55c
81x90 Seamless Bleached Sheets, double bed slz;;
heavy linon finish sheeting. Worth 5c each. Salo
$1.00 Spreads, 75c
ll-quarter Crochet Bed Spreads, double bed size.
In Marseilles patterns. "Worth $1.00 each. Thursday
Bargain Sale price, 75c.
4c Safety Pins, 3 for 5c
Good quality Nickel Safet pins, one dozen on
card; sizes 1, 2 or 3. Values worth up to 4c card.
Thursday Bargain Sale price, three cards 5c.
10c and 12c Hose Supporters, 5c
Women's Sew-on Hose Supporters, good quality
lisle clastic; rubber covered buttons; values worth
10c and 12c pair. Thursday at 5c.
Darning Cotton, 3 for 5c
Clarke's O. N. T. Darning Cotton, black, white,
and colors; sold regularly at 2c spool; Thursday
Bargain Sale price, three spools for 5c.
5c Machine Needles, 2 for 5c
Sewing Machine Needles, all makes and sizes;
regular 5c paper. Thursday Bargain Sale price
two for 5c
2c Hat Pins, 2 for lc
Jet Head Hat Pins, sold regularly at 2c each.
Thursday Bargain Sale price, two for lc.
5c Initials, 3c
8c Cotton, 5c
Ta:J wide Bleached Cotton, a fine close woven
grade; sold regularly at 8c yard. Special at 5 It.
1212c Pillow Cases, 9c
45x36 Bleached Pillow Cases, regular d7c; of
heavs' close woven cotton; worth 12ic each. One
day at 9c.
Turkey Red Woven Initials, for marking linens,
underwear, etc., one quarter gross In each package;
all letters. Thursday at 3c
25c and 50c Belts, 12c
Women's Silk Elastic Belts, black and colors;
fine quality silk eljstlcs; gilt, black enamel or ox
idized buckles. Thursday at 12c each.
Children's Umbrellas, 44c
Children's Umbrellas, good quality rainproof
gloria' and taffeta, steel paragon frames; neat han
dles, especially pleasing styles for the little folks.
Offered for Thursday at 41c each.
Dressing Sacques, 44c
Women's Lrrssing Sacques. of percale, navy blue,
cadet, gray and white with black designs. High
collars and ltng sleeves, neatly trimmed and fin
ished with belt. Sizes 31 to 46. Thursday at 44c
50c Rompers, 37c
Children's Rompers, of fine grade ginghams, neat
checks, and plain rolored chambrays; also chil
dren's creepers, in neat checked and solid colors.
Sizes 2 to 6 years. Sold regularly at 50e each.
Special at 37c.
$1.50 Kimonos, $1.19.
Long Kimonos, of serpentine crepen. In handsome
flonil design. In gray, lavender, pink, light and
navy blues. Empire style, trimmed with collars
and borders. Offered for Thursday at $1.19 each,
instead of J1.50.
Children's Coats, $3.95.
Children's Coats, of corduroy. In navy blue and
brown; single and double breasted styles, with
smoked pearl buttons; also chinchilla coats. In
brown and tan. strictly tailored with velvet col
lars. Warmly lined Odd sizes up to 6 years.
Thursday Bargain Sale price $3.95.
$1.00 Hats, 39c
Children's Felt Hots. In red. black, brown, cadet
and navy blue. Strllxh shapes, trimmed with vel
vet, ribbon, and feathers. Also a few hats of
brown chinchilla. Regular $1.00 values. Thursday
39c Nightgowns, 29c '
ChlldrenV Flannelette Nightgowns, heavy weight;
assorted Htriped effects, in pink and blue. Made
with doublo yokes and turndown collars and cuffs:
full cut sizes up to 14 years. Offered for one day
at 29c each.
$1.00 Dresses, 69c
Children's Wash Dresses, of galatea cloth and
heavy percalo. striped and checked effects, also
plain colors in tan and cadet blue. Trimmed with
pipings, belts, and sailor collars and ties. Sizes 2
to 6 years. Sold regularly at $1.00 each. Tomor
row at 69c.
$3.00 Dresses, $1.98.
Children's Worsted Dresses, of sergo and mohair.
In stripes of black and white, also plain navy .and
garnet: stylishly trimmed with braids, collars and
ties. Full plaited skirts with deep hems: sizes 6
to 14 years. Regular $3.00 values. Thursday Bar
gain Sale price. J1.98.
$1.00 Nightgowns, 69c
Women's Nainsook Nightgowns, yokes of lace
and embroidery, designed with ribbons; also fancy
sleeves to match; some have high necks, and yokes
of rows of embroidery Insertion and tucks. Reg
ular $1.00 values. Thursday Bargain Sale price
Brassieres, of good quality white batiste, with
rows of Imported embroidery Insertions. In various
patterns; edged with narrow embroidery edgings;
boned with "non-rustable'' boning and made wth
under arm shield SizeB 34 to 44. Thursday Bar
gain Sale price, 25c each.
79c and $1.00 Nightgowns, 59c
Women's Flannelette Nightgowns, plain white,
also neat striped effects. In gray, pink, and blue;
made with turndown collars', double yokes; neatly
finished: full cut sizes. Values worth 79c and $1.00
each. One uay ut 59c.
50c Petticoats, 39c
Women's Flannelette Petticoats, plain white and.
pink, with embroidered flounces; also full lencth
skirts in dark gray stripet. finished with ruffle.
Regularly 50c each. Thursday Bargain Sale price,
$3.00 Sweaters, $1.79.
Women's Fino grade All Wool Coat Sweaters. In
red. gruy, and white, double and single breasted
styles; made with shawl and sailor collars; finished
with pocketR and white pearl buttons. Odd sizes.
Sold regularly at $3.00 each. Tomorrow at $1.79.
$2.00 Combination Garments, 95c
Women's Combination Garments, of good quality
nainsook, trln.med with val lace and imported em
broideries 'and ribbons; skirts and drawers to
match: odd hires. Begular $2.00 values. Thursday
Bargain Sale price 95c.
50c Nightgowns, 37c
Women's Sllp-oer Nightgowns, of naln3ook and
cambric: trimmed with embroidery and lace edg
ings; full cut sizes and well made. Each ;7c.
I2V2C Satines, 8c
500 yards cf Black Satines. with rich brilliant
finish. Lengths up to 20 vards. Regular 124
value. Offered for Thursday at 8?c yard.
75c Lining Satins, 46c
Yard wM- Lining Satins, rich lustrous finish; In
light and medium gray, champagne, cream, brown,
navy blue, light 'blue, pink, myrtlo and black. Reg
ular 75c nluc. Thursday Bargain Sale price. 46c
$5.00 to $6.50 Overcoats, $2.98.
Boys' Cot-nack, Auto, and Polo belted Overcoats,
of ffinnv 9lhlltiA nml tilaln IiIha nnrl vr.it, nhfn.
chllla; sixes 2U to S years. Values worth $5.00,
$6.00, and $6.50. Offered for Thursday at $2.98.
25c Toques, 10c
Boys' Knitted Toboggan and Skating Toques, all
colors; sold regularly at 25c each. One day at 10c
(Boys Clothing Dept.)
75c Pants, 44c
Boys' Corduroy Pants, golden brown and dark
mode; sizes up to Z years. Regular price. 75c pair.
Special at 44c.
$5.00 to $7.00 Suits, $3.69.
Boys' heavy weight. School Suits, double breasted
style, with knlckerbocker pants; all fancy patterns;
sizes 7 to 14 years. Values worth $5.00, $6.00, and
$7.00. Sale trice. $.6.
$3.00 Hats, 49c
Boys' long napped Beaver Hats. In broad brim
Sailors and Little Jack Horner shapes: In navy
blue, garnet, and castor. Suitable for boys from
2 to 6 years of age. Values worth up to $3.00.
Special at 49c.
Crystal Glass Table Tumblers, cut glass designs;
worth up to $1.00 dozen. Thursday Bargain Sale
price, each Zc,
75c Bread Boxes, 39c. -
Extra quality Tin Japanned Bread Boxes, large
size. Sold regularly at 75c each. Sale price 39c,
50c Shovels, 29c
Heavy Steel Turnace Shovels, with D handles;
strongly made; sold regularly at 50c each. One
day at 29c. .
$1.50 Ash Sifters, 98c
Dustless Japanned Ash Sifters, fit over the can;
regularly $1.50 each. Thursday Bargain Sale price
30c Coal Hods,. 19c
Heavy Galvanized Iron Coal Hods. 15 Inch size:
regular price ::0c each. Thursday Bargain Sale
59c Ladders, 39c .
Selected Limber Step Ladders, four foot size;
strongly made; sold regularly at 59c. Thursday
Bargain Salo price, 39c.
$2.50 Wringers, $1.98.
"Marvel" Steel spring Clothes Wringers; strong
ly made: worth $2.50. Thursday Bargain Sale
49c Wash Boards, 29c
Large double Galvanized Iron Covered Wash
Boards. In strongly made wooden frame; sold reg
ularly at 49c each. Tomorrow at 29c.
50c Umbrella Jars, 19c
Japanned and Decorated Tin Umbrella Jars; full
size; sold regularly at 50c each. One day at 19c
15c Crash, 8c
40c Roasters, 23c
Large size Sheet Iron Doublo Roasting Pans;
sold regularly at 40c Tomorrow at 23c each.
$1.00 Taffeta Silk, 49c
36-lnch Colored Taffeta Silk, soft chiffon fin
ish, all silk, rich lustrous quality. In light blue,
malse, corn. pink. tan. cardinal. Alice, navy black
and pretty changeable effect. Thursday Bargain
Salo prlco yard 49c
$1.50 Messaline Silk, 79c .
42-Inch Bordered Mfssallno Silk, an extra heavy
rich lustrous grado lit cream, light blue ard gray,
handsoma Persian borders. Thursday Bargain !aie
price, yard 79c
$2.00 Black Satin, $1.19.
36-lnch Black Wool back Satin, extra heavy all
silk grade, for making handsome street costumes
and evening wraps. Salo price, yard $1.19.
20-inch Absorbent Crash. tll bleached,, heavy
weight, for roller towels; sold regularly at 15c
yard.,. Thursday Bargain Sale price 8 He
25c White Linen, 12c
36-Inch White Irish Linen, warranted all pure
linen flax: for underwear, waists, and dresses.
Thursday Bargain Sale price, yard 12C
Extra size Huck To v. els. with fast color red
borders;. soft and absorbent grade; sold regularly
at 15c,'each. Thursday Bargain Sale price, three
$7.00 Crex Rugs, $4.48.
8x12 ft. Large room size Genuine Crex Rugs,
each rug bearing the, well known trade mark:
plenty of the popujar greens. In plain bordered
and striped effects; Sold regularly at $7.00 each.
Thursday at $1.48.
$22.50 and $25.00 Rugs, $12.95.,
Sale of largest room size Rugs, Including tho
following: Flva 9x12 ft- Axmlnster. six 9x12 ft.
Wilton Velvet eight 9,xl2 ft 10-wIre Brussels,
five 8 ft. 2x10 ft. 6 Wilton Velvet, seven 8 ft 3x10
ft. 6 Axmlnster and nine 8 ft. 3x1 Q ft. 6 Brussels; all
colorings and designs; many are strictly perfect
and made-fn ono piece. Values worth $22.50 and
$25.00. -Offered for Thursday at $12.95 each.
$3.50 and $4.00 Comforts, $1.95.
Finest grade satlne covered Bed Comforts, in
light and dark .colorings filled with white sheet
cotton. Pretty Dresden and floral designs. On
account of very slight Imperfections, which do not
affect the wear nor appearance we have secured
this lot of comforts worth $3.50 and $4.00 which
wo will plac on sale Thursday at $1.95 each.
$1.50 and $1.75 Single Blankets, 48c
White, gray, and tan Blankets, ll-quarter size,
each finished with overlook edge: soft fleece fin
ish and good weight: various color borders; sold
regularly at $1.50 and $1.75 pair. Sale price, each
$3.50 Enamel Beds, $1,98.
100 Whlto Enamel Brass trimmed Iron B6di. 3 ft.
6 or 4 ft. 6 sizes, heavy post and fillers; sold reg
ularly at $3.50. Thursday Bargain Sale price $1.98.
29c Window Shades, 19c
100 dozen J. C Wemple's Opaque Cloth Window
Shades, mounted on strong spring rollers, strictly
perfect; in white, ecru, light, medium, and dark
green. Sold regularly at 29c each. Thursday at 19c
10c Curtain Rods, 5c
Heavy Brass Extension Rods. 30 to 54 Inches;
complete with lan-U corrugated silver knobs and
screw brackets. Regular 10c values. Sale price 5c.
$1.50 Spreads, 95c
ll-quarter Crochet Bed Spreads, double bed size.
In .heavy raised Marseilles pattorns. Worth $1.50
each. Offered for Thursday at 95c
Men's 25c Neckwear, 8c
Odds and ends of men's regular 25c all-silk' JTcck
wear. In plain colors and neat fancy effects. Sale
price, 8c each.
Men's $1 Gloves, 39c pair.
Men's English Cape Gloves.made with outseams.
Not a comple e range of sizes that's why they
aro reduced from $1.00 to 39c a pair.
Men's $1 Night Robes, 39c
Men' Night Robes of good heavy quality Doinet
Flannel, 5G and 60 Inches long, extra well made
and nicely fin. shed. Broken slzos.
Men's 25c to 50c Hose, 12c
Men's famous '"Onyx" brand Half Hose, consist
ing of lisle. JIico cotton end silk lisle., in black and
leading colors, also fancy effects. Made with re
inforced heel and toe. Sale prlce,12Hc pair.
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