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THE WASHINGTON TDIES. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1913. "T'r
SUFFRAGISTS WANT '
Need Convict and Imbecile to
Emphasize "These Can
Vote; We Can't" Slogan.
TO RIDE IN PABAD
(Continued from First Paso.)
one or the most striking: of her "food
or thought" sections.
Plans for the aftermath of the page
ant work are being discussed maong tho
suffragette leaders, and It is said to
day that a body of women, dressed In
pageant costums, will swoop down on
the Capitol about March 15, when tho
extra session of Congress opens.
Certain It Is that the propaganda,
tarted inthe National Capital, will be
followed by striking methods. Every
worker on the suffragette board is de
lighted with the .victories already won
In the contests against the Inaugural
They feel that their success in getting
what they wanted from Congress, to
gether with the interest manifested by
V many Senators and Congressmen in the
success of the pageant, augurs well for
any legislative program Introduced this
Urges Women to March.
' Mrs. John Rogers, Jr., of New York.
.sister-in-law of tlo Secretary of "War,
'closing the week's suffragette meetings,
urged that Washlngtonlans take part
in the pageant. She declared that New
York State will have equal suffrage
before long, as the provision for suo-
-mlttlng the constitutional amendment
therefor to the people, has been passed.
She declared further that women's
suffrage will not mean that homes will
be neglected. Out West, where women
vote, '"all the buttons are on and all
the socks are darned," declared Mrs.
Roger " "
President" Taft and President-elect
Wilson will be Invited to witness the
suffragette pageant from boxes to be
erected with the stands at the Sherman
Square reservation. The stands -will be
covered, to protect the guests in case
of bad weather.
Plant for Tableaux.
Plans for the tableaux, at the Treas
ury steps call for "Columbia" as the
central 'figure, impersonated, by Mmc
Nordlca. She will be assisted by the
five graces. Charity, Justice, Peace.
Liberty, and Mercy with their .retinues.
In the closing part. Columbia will be
crowned, the retinues forming a five1
pointed diadem - around her. The
4 tableaux' will be given simultaneously
with the parade.
After the pageant a mammoth mass
.meeting will be held in Continental Me
morial Hall, with Dr. Anna Howard
Shaw as the chief speaker. This mass
meeting will formulate Dlanr for "strik
ing while the Iron is hot." The pageant.
teaching an object-lesson to visitors
from all parts of the nation, will be
used as the -groundwork for suffragette
legislation which probably will be pre
sented while the nation still 'remembers
the national pageant.
The lowest 'estimate or marchers in
the' pageant is 5.000.. and it is possible
that the .number will reach 13,000. The
k ftnlyj wpiyrr'of J tie -organisers , now is
"vthat'tlreArTalr-asgurrie such proportions
as to be unwieldy or unmanageable.
A number' of 'suffragette meetings are
filanned for tonight In the campaign of
ectures beW conducted by the na
Thirteen Miles a Day
y On "Hike" to Capital
' Thirteen miles a day is the schedule
laid out by "Gen." Rosalie Jones for
her party on their tramp to the Na
tional Capital, starting February 12.
The" Itinerary for the hike" has Just
been received by suffragette leaders
here. Leaving the Hudssn Terminal
station. Fulton street. New York, the
morning of February 12, the party will
tramp for seventeen actual days, cover
ing a distance -of about 230 miles. Two
stops for rest are planned at Wilming
ton. DeL. February 19, and at Baltimore
February 2S. It is planned to reach
Washington February 28. This will pro
vide two complete days lu Washington
before the pageant here.
Specific directions are given in the
"order" regarding dress, first aid neces
sities, and other matters. Each member
of the "army" Is permitted to have a
small, bag. or drew suit case. All lug
, gage will be carried by a wagon.
Mrs. Brooks to Wear
In Suffrage Parade
There may be at least one pair of
diamond studded, high-heeled shoes in
the suffragette pageant according to
information received here toay from
Kew York. Mrs. Anita a Brooks, of
the metropolis, famous as the woman
who declared the Jurist's decision that
a woman should spend only as much
for clothes as for rent, was absurd has
written suffrage leaders here to know
If these will be permitted in the pageant.
"We do not care what you wear on
your feet." is the reply said to have
jnoi,. aiq eiBoujo .q pstuniaj uaaq
presence, not your shoes. Is the Im
portant thing in our movement."
Mrs. Brooks will take part In the
parade and lead a delegation of society
women, it is said.
Special prices for tbis week ou
watch and Jewelry repairing.
25c Watch -jr.
Best Main 7Cr
Best Case CAr
All -work guaranteed one year.
Pins on Brooches 1A
and scarf ivt
Gold Soldering, 15c
KAHN OPTICAL CO.
Center 7th and G Sts.
625 Seventh St JS. W.
TO BE PERPLEXING
Country Will Demand Reduction in Tariff, While Increased Ex-
penditures Will Necessitate Democrats' Making
One of the hardest problems which
confronts the Democratic leaders In
Congress, and especially the Ways and
Means Committee of the House, Is how
to meet the growing revenue demanded
by the Government.
It Is becoming clear that the appro
priations made by this session of Con
gress will run close to the IL10O.000C0
J mark. The estimates for the next fiscal
year are In excess of that sum. That
the appropriations will be greater than
at any previous time :n the countrj's
history is probable. ,
Various reasons exist for this. One Is
that the Democrats, last year, wtlh an
election coming on, sougnt to dam up
the appropriations. Another reason is
that the Government is CTowlntr anl
Its expenditures cannot be hIttduwn.
The passage this session or both a pub
lic building bill ant a rivers and har
bors bill tends to run up the aggregate
The fact of enormous appropriations
is apparent, and is admlt'ej b'- every
body to be a fact. But t.ie hard nut to
crack is where to get he revenue to
meet the appropriations.
It is over this knotty probtem that
leader Oscar Underwood and his com
peers on the Ways and Means Commit
tee are scratching their heads. They
will probably lose considerable sleep
nights over it before they g.t through.
One of the most interesting phases
of this problem deals with the customs
revenue. The Democrats are under
pledge to reduce the tariff and meet
the high-cost-of-llving problem. If they
do not do that, their lease of political
life will be short.
They must reduce thn dutf.. unj .i I
the same time they -want to raise as j veyed at once and a policy of appro
much. If not more revenue, from cus- 1 priatlons, ,as well as. taxation, agreed
toms than the Republican regime has upon the appropriations of Congresd
done. They would like to be able to will continue to Increase. With sep
fii;8.6 JS?. nH'SV-Mi"11 .lhe SF"0 arate raeasures for ,the army., navy.
2r M,PlJ2&!? ?i,uMiL,rom .tne e18 UKTicultural Department. Indians, pen
Lv J.yaltrS?Il0t mfc- ' elons- etc.. It is to be expected that
2?iL tfffVii?ffftSev,l.'?S;1S the committees, intcrsted in those sub
Pi. I'i?? the free list if they carry out . jects will see more reasons for havlnc
Under Republican rule, -in recent
years, the tariff has raised about a
third of a billion dollars a year. The
growing appropriations make it impera
tive the Democrats shall not let the
revenue from this source fall below
that figure. In fact. If thev keen un
with the appropriations they will prob-
ably have to increase the customs reve-
nue. : unnouceo, ana men everyway m
It will not be. easy to prove to the j startled when they are added at the
public that it is relieved from ths tariff end of the session. Under the budget
when the Government gets more money i ., .,i.i, T ,.,. ... i,T.
out of the tariff than ft did before, but ' heme, for which I have been ions
the Democratic leaders take the ground. I contending, if it Is found necessary
of course, that many of the present
rates are prohibitive of revenue and
that lower rates will actually mean
Still, there promises to be some em
barrassment on this score if the Demo
cratic policy does result in more reve
nue but the ultimate consumer does not
perceive Just where he Is relieved.
The income tax will have to be' put
into rorce. Tnis is practically impera
tivc. That Is. the appropriations are
growing so that some additional source This wes referred to as "the billion
of revenue must be found ind Con- rt0nar" Congress. The howl that went
gress will be compelled to Impose an up from the country caused the Re
income tax if the amendment is rati- publicans to cut down expenditures for
flejft8 tnere ls thonsht to be no deubt tt few years, and then they began to
11 will be. mount again. Now, every session of
The income thax. however, will not congress Is a "billion dollar" session,
raise more than J50.O00.O0O. as it is gen- and a Congress during its lifetime of
erally conceived of about the CapltoL two year8 spends considerably more
This will help the men responsible for ( than f 000 000 000.
production of revenue considerably, but "' ' '
f rowing makes it clear that such a
rop In the bucket will not long avail t
to meet the demands which Uncle Sam
Is raising more and more clamorously
for additional money. '
Working on BilL
Congressman Cordell Hull of Tenne
see ls working on an income tax bill.
The favorable action of the West Vir
ginia legislature on the Income tax
amendment means that it has been
ratified br thirty-five States. But one
more State is needed to complete rati
fication and this ls considered certain
to be forthcoming. Mr. Hull proposes
to raise about $100,000,000. This would
M WILKINS BUILDING,, SUITE 20)
(, j - isic n 9ini,Li
i?' ft i in
Srt A i is " rf m i in mi sr niw vork r wj II
Gowns, Wraps, Motor Coats,
Afternoon & Street Dresses
Of Crepe meteor, ;ponge.
Serge and Broadcloth
Lot 1. formerly J20.00.
Lot 2, formerly J30.00,
now ........... $!2.o0
Lot 3. formerly $35.00
to $50.00, now S 10.50
Dancing & Evening Dresses
15 Round Length Mod
el Dresses Brocadr.
Chiffon, and Beaded
Net. Formerly $50.
8 Evening Gowns
Brocade, Chiffon, and
Robws. Formerly up
to $35 at..... $33.00
7 Evening Gowns of
Robes. Formerly up
to $125. at $30.00
6 Model Evening
Gowns of Imported
Robes. Formerly up
to $175, now $75.00
help relieve the need for more revenue
. '?" ' 'laL " ,."'1 ,W5JK
take the dace of the excise bill pro
posed last session.
'the need lor more revenue Is so great
that the proposal to put sugar on the
free list Is looked on as poiiU--al bun
combe pure and simple, brzs sugar
would entail a loss of about J6U,uo0.uw in
revenue. It is Idle to talk of it unless
the Democrats are prepared to enact a
sweeping income tax law, probably on a
graduated plan, which would bring in
something in the region of tUu,0u,0bu.
One proposal Is to enact both the excise
measure of last session and an income
tax law such as proposed b Mr. Hull.
Democratic leaaers are concerned at
the way appropriations are mounting.
But the pressure for more money
crowds on them from every quarter.
Appropriation bllls are carrying more
money than last year but there seems
no way to prevent; It.
Congressman Swagar Sherley of Ken
tucky, one of the leading Democrats of
the Appropriations Committee, when
asked why the appropriations were in
creasing to such a great extent said:
"Of course there is great pressure
from all sides for larger appropriations
for all sorts of things, butt the public
should not forget that many of the ap
propriations made at the last session
were to run only until March 4. "7913.
and that this session It la necessary for
us, in many instances, to provide for the
running of the Government from March
i, -jsw. until Juiy l, 19M. considerably
longer than one fiscal year. This will
account lor some of the increases.
"It is also true that as long as
Congress has no general budget scheme
lor apportioning appropriations no
memoa Dy wnicn the entire fiscal sit
uation of the Government may be sur-
Jects will see more reasons for having
money tor tnem wan others do.
Committees Hare Power.
"It lhaa 'become customary to let i
committee have, pretty much its own
say about the appropriation bMIs it
j ," , h " "' r"'.iV,' n -.
' the comparatively small increases
brings in. Then, too, coming separate-
( to increase expenditures in one branch
of the Government the leaders of Con
gress Will grow accustomed to looking
elsewhere to see where they can cut
off money to make up, for the differ
ence. "It may be said that the natural
growth of the country accounts for
the Increasing appropriations. This Is
partly true, but It does not account for
the big Increases of the last twenty
The country was scandalized in 1899
when a Republican Congress appro-
nHnted duri'ni: two years SLKB.349.0M.
PhllPnn KQPC Tallf
OlIUI Oil Dttl O I din
From Jane Addams
NEWARK. Feb. 1 The fact that
Jane Addams, head of Hull House. Chi
cago, was prevented from speaking In
a local Protestant church was revealed
when the Rev. Henry R. Rose, pastor
of the Church of the Redeemer, an
nounced he would preach today on
"What Is the Difference Between Re
ligion and Chrlst'anltyT" basing his
talk on the incident Involving Miss
WILKINS BUILDING,, SUITE 203
- 1512 H STREET
A Final Clearance
At l2 Price And Less
Model Evening Wraps
3 Black Cliarmeusc.
Formerly $75. now $37.50
1 Black Charmeuse.
white fur shawl and V
cuffH. Formerly $110,
1 Black Charmeuse.
black Raccoon shawl
and cuffs. Former
ly $150. now $05)0
1 Navy Blue velvet
with white ostrich
$100. now $43.00
1 Light Blue Brocade
ly $85. now $43.00
1 Royal Blue Velvet
$115, now $63.00
1 Blue Broadcloth.
Formerly $50, now $liM0
2 Three-piece Cos-t-u
m e s. Formerly
$126. now $43.00
3 Cloth Suits. Former
ly $75, now $23)0
3 Cloth Suits. Form
erly $45, now $19.30
will open capital
He Will Push Button in White
House Which Will Illuminate
By HARRY WARD.
Tomorrow "night. 'for the first lime
in the history of .the country;' the
Resident of the United Stateawlll
officially open the automobile 'show
in Convention Hall. At 7i50l o'clock.
President Taft will press a 'button In
the White House causing a flood of
light In Convention Hall and- releas
ing 'a big American flag which will
hang-from the celling of the building.
This bripf ceremony means much
to tho automobile Industry and the
members of the Washington Automo
bile Dealers Association, which is
promoting the show, are elated that
the nation's foremost motorist con
sented to signalize the opening of
the annual exhibition by breaking a
circuit between tho White House and
Mr. Taft was the first President to
adopt the automobile as the official
vehicle of the White House and dur
ing "his term has been an ardent mo
torist. Exhibits in Places.
Convention Hall ls today about the
busiest place In Washington. Cars
are being rushed Into the building
j and the various exhibitors are put
ting tne nnisning toucnes to tneir ex
hibits. "The show will be complete when
President Taft presses the button to
morrow night," said T. Oliver Probey.
chairman of the show committee to
day. "The decorations and electrical
effects are all in place and the ex
hibits are being put Into place as
rapidly as halt a hundred men can do
Plans for the automobile carnival
during the week of February 10-15 are
nearly completed. The week will be
ushered In with a monster automobile
parade, in which several hundred mo
tor car drivers will participate. S. A.
Luttrell is chairman of the parade
committee and has arranged some in
teresting features for the event.
Big Parade Tomorrow.
The long line of cars will be divided
into divisions of the various makes,
each division headed by the dealer
who sells that particular make. Sev
eral bands in sight-seeing machines
will also be in line. During carnival
week the various dealers will decorate
their salesrooms and keep "open
bouse" throughout the week.
The members of the carnival asso
ciation, together with the cars they
represent, are as follows: Commercial
Automobile and Supply Company,
Studebaker and Flanders electric;
Bulck Motdr Company, "Buick; Davjd
S. Hendrlck. Abbott-Detroit and
Franklin; the Cook and Stoddard Com
pany, Cadillac and. Baker electric;
Zell Motor Car Company. Chalmers.
Dupont Garage Company, Hudson.
Columbia, and Hupp-Veats; Miller
Brothers, Ford; Overland-Washington
Motor Company. Overland and Gar
ford; H. B. Leary. Jr., Maxwell. Mitch
ell, and Rambler; M. T. Pollock, Olds
mobile The Luttrell Company, Packard;
Warrington Motor Car Company, Palmer-Singer;
Plerce-Arrow; Barnard Motor Car
Company, Btoddard-Dayton and Reo:
W. P. Barnhart & Co., Warren and
Charming Convincing Captiratlng
WILKINS BUILDING, .SUITE ZOi h'V
1512 H STREET Hit
Suits and Furs i
For Street. Motor and Steam
Lot J. bhort white
I'olo Coats. Former
ly $20. now $.30
Lot 2. Imported Motor
Ulsters. Coats of Cor
duroy and Imported
Woolen Fabrlct for
Street. Formerly X50
to $85. now $111.30
1 Isabella Chinchilla
Scarf. Formerly $10.
1 Black Fox Stole.
Formerly $45, now $.10.00
1 Lynx Muff. Former
ly $95, now ...( $43.00
1 White Fox Set.
Formerly $135, now $33,00
1 Carncule Set For
merly $145, now $73.00
1 'Mink Set. Former
ly $165. now $83.00
Tax Assessor Talks to'
Newly elected officers ana directors
of the Columbia Permanent Building
Association held their tenth annual
dinner, at which was Issued the state
ment for the year, last night in the
Congress Hall Hotel. William P. Rich
ards. Tax Assessor for tho District, was
An odd lot of Quilt
ed Satteen In dark
brown, dark green,
and terra cotta. Suit
able for coat linings,
for lining comforts,
etc. Regular 50c
grade, to close out at
15c a yard.
A House Cleaning Sale of Vast Importance to
Every Member of the Family
Inventory is now a matter of history, .but in its wake we find hundreds of small lots, odds and ends, m nearly all lines of mercbaa
dise. Every department has 'any number of these which must be disposed of quickly. Cost and profit has been entirely ignored in mark
ing them. In many instances the lots are too small even to make mention of in the papers, so the only way you can appreciate (hem or
even know of the wonderful values that will be offered tomorrow is to make a trip to the store. There fs something here ofjntereet I
every membtfr of the family. Our advice is to get here early, as first choice is worth having. Below you will find listed a great .number
of extraordinary bargains. Tomorrow the opportunity to save considerable is offered on nearly every purchase you make. Sale starts
promptly at 8:30 o'clock.
.. All-over Silk Embroidered Net, in dark green, brown, and all
light shades; also in this lot you will find some shadow lace in
neat designs, 18 inches wide, so much used for yokes. This lace is
excellent value at 75c and, $1.25 yard. Special, 45c yard.
Sheets and Pillow Cases
Prices Are Considerably Less Than
You Can Buy Materials to
76x90 Defender Sheets, with , patent welded seam through
center; made of heavy linen-finish sheeting, with 3-inch hem; A A
65c value. Special -. ". .-. . Wy,
t 8fx90 Atlantic ,Sheets; very' heavy and firm; for strength 'arid
'durability nothing" better; hand torn, with 3-inch hem; 90c Or
90x90 Courtland Sheets; double-bed size; domestic fin- C'7r
ish, hand torn, seamless, and undressed; 65c value. Special. .Did
68x90 and'68x99 Unbleached Sheets; run of the mill; no im
perfections; a few spots here and there; strictly perfect; only A Cr
a few dozen to sell; 65c value; either size. Special 4-3 C
45x38 Heavy Linen-finish Pillow Cases; extra length; -tn 1
18c value. Special I'Z TC
42x76 Bolster Cases; made straight with the selvage; f-f
open both ends; with 3-inch hem; 30c value. Special u W
$1 00 and $1.25
Small lot of Women's Wrappers,
In size 31 only. Some are Mendels
make, regular Jl.Oo and $1.23 values.
Choice of the lot, 19c
One lot of Kimonos, made of lavn.
In light colors; Mendels make; neat
patterns. These sold at J1.0O. Your
choice at 4Jc.
6c a Yard
Worth up to
Remnants of Swiss Scrim Nets and
odds and ends of Curtain JlaterlalH
that sold up to 30c a jard. Lengths
up to 1 j ards. To close, a yard, 6c.
and Corset Covers
One lot of Corset Covers and
Drawers that are slightly soiled from
handling. Your choice. 19c each.
Excellent Quality, soft
finish sattccn. In black
only: neatly made In a
number of pretty stles,
finished with underfiouncc,
lengths. 3S to 4Z. Special.
the principal .speaker, and showed tho
damage to real estate values which
would be dono under some of the pro
visions of the George single tax bill.
Melvin C. Haaen, Floyd E. Davis, and
Clinton C. James also spoke. Those
present were President Mejyln C,
Hazen. Vice President William P. Rich
ards, Treasurer Floyd E. Davis, Secre
tary Clarence Gessford, and Nathan
Hazen. John B. Murray.' Alfred H.
Taylor, Alpheus Riddle. Dr. E. M. Col-
vin, and. Charles E. west, or tne ooara
Open 8:30 A. M. Oo 530 P. M. ,
Net, a Yd.
$1.68 and $1.50 Meadel
Splendid quality Flnnelette, in
navy, black, and gray: neat tail
ored styles: high turn-ovur collar:
sizes StS to -16: regular $1.68 and $1.30
values. Pre-Invcntory special, SSc
75c French Ramie and Plain r" A
French Linens, a Yard ... J DC
48 inches wide; splendid weave and finish; these are the pop
ular fabrics for spring and summer skirts and suits; 75 shades
and black and white to select from. 75c value for, CQ
Dress Linen Dept. Eighth Street Annex. '
$1 and $1.25
flowered effects. These
sold regularly at JSc
each. To close out at
Odd lots of several
numbers White Bed
spreads that formerly
hold at J U0 and Jl..
Your choice, to close
75c to $1.25 Values in
Great Sale of Imported Lace Neck wear drummer samples and a prom
inrnt Importer's xurplus stock closed out to us at prices enabling us to give
ou these choice values at a great saving. In tha lot you will find white
anil cream Imported Iaco Chemisettes and Yokes. Low-neck Yokes for set
ting In waists, Dutch Collars, Coat and Dres Sets. Coat-shape Collars.
Black Chemisettes. Black Dutch Collars, Real Cluny Lace Yokes: all values
worth up to uo and U.Si.
One Day Sale, Choice, 49c Each
(Bargain Table Main Aisle.)
One lot of odds and ends
of Ladles' Flannel Waists;
.Wondeli make, nicely tail
ored. These sold for 2.0o.
Choice, to close out, itc.
You will need a coat
form for your new spring
Jacket. It will lit and look
better. Made of shrunken
linen canvas and haircloth.
Our regular 50c grado for
Overheated Pipes Start
Blaze in Takoma Park
Overheated engine pipes. In the bulldt
ing or the Review and' Herald, at Ta
koma Park, started a $100 fins there
shortly after daylight today- The blaze
was extinguished by "So. 32 enclne and
No. -11 track companies, responding to
a local alarm. The building and plant
are fully Insured.
Saturday 9 P.M.
Men's plain color bengaline
most wanted shades. Made full
Odd lots of Colored Neglige Shirts;" nearly all sizes, off
Regularly sold at 69c and 75c. Reduced to. , . . jJC
Odd sizes of Men's Sweater Coats that sol®u- jq
Iarly at$2.50. Reduced to i..-.r...:..31e5F
m White Goods, 15c H
Small tots of fine grades, such .as .32-inch Stripe English
Madras, 28-inch Stripe Crepe, 40nck fjainyoiles,, 40-jnch 4ndi
Linen. 40-inch Mercerized Batiste, 32-inch. Linen-thread-finish
Batiste. These are the very best r qualities and new goods, but I
small lots ror waists ana aresses. iour caoicc, munuay, , -yard
,. .-..- .-. .---IvC
Bargain Table, White Goods Dept EighthStreet Annex:
OUR SPECIAL NO. 1
42-In. Sea Island
sook, $4 Qualify
12 Yard, to the Piece -
Sea Island Nainsook, made of fine Egyptian cotton, perfectly
woven, silk finish, and specially .adapted for making extra fine
Regular 15c White 1 fJ
36 Inches wide; fine grade and fin
ish; for waists, dresses, and middy
blouses. Sale prfte. IOC
$3.98 and $5.00
Children's Coats; sizes 2 to 4. Made
of corduroy and cloth mixtures that
sold at $3.93 and $5.00. Your choice
of the lot, J1.9S.
12ic and 15c
Soiled and mussed
embroidered, some In
itiuled, others are plain
linen; lHc and 15c
kinds. To close at 5c
Children's G I n s h a m
Dresses.. long waist effect;
pink and blue check: wimo
plain blue, trimmed with
darker shade of blue: sizes
2 to 5 years; regularly 63c.
. Special. 47c.
Sentence of Officer
1 Is Approved by Tift
President Tait has approved the sen
tenco imposed by cburt-lmartlal jwi
Second Lieut Earie M-. Chant, Kteveat)
Infantry, who wa tried on charges r
desertion, forgery," duplication of pa'
accounts, and obtaining money an
worthless checks. A prison sentence trt
threc years-ha been Imposed on htnv
$L25 sal $1.41
Sables Caps, made
of fine silk, neatly
trimmed with rlbbda.
tucks; regularly $L3
and, $1.48; slaes It te
IS. Special, 79c,
of Men's Wear
Four-ih-band Ties, in the
length. 25c values
. . . .
30c 40-mch White '
Sherette, a Yard.
The substitute for linen: superior
sheer grade, with a perfect hand
kerchief linen finish; Ideal for mak
ing waists, dresses, underwear, and
Infants' "DndersWrta and Bands;
odds and ends of the stock: lhat sold
for 39c and 50r each. Your choice.
Worth up to $1.50
Odd lots of Swiss Curtains; only
one pair of a kind, that sold up to
J1.50 a pair. Your choice, a pair. c
Small lot of C-B Corsets, In she IS
only: regular $1.00 kind. To close
50c Brassieres. 25c
Brassieres In all sizes: well made
and perfect shape. &0c kind, 2c.
One lot of Gray Wool Blankets,
sold at $3.00 a pair. Choice at $1.79.
Children's Rompers, made
of good quality ginghams,
pink and bluo check, plain
pink, blue, and tan; sizes 3
to 3 years. Regularly c.
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