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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4," 1913."
E,V ' :1
Gertrude HoiTman and Winter
Garden Company Pack the-
Bsyond a doubt the musical review,
"Broadway to Paris," in which Miss
Gertrude Hoffman Is supported by the
"mnter Garden company, whli Is at
the Belasco this week, comes nearer be
1ns filled, from first curtain to last, with
features that will interest and amuse
than any other finished musical produc
tion seen at that theater this season.
The truth of this statement is attested
by the rousing reception accorded the
company in its first appearance in
. "Washington, at the Belasco last nlcht.
i-vcry scat In the theater was taken,
"nu ni 111u1.11 01 me sianamg room as
the Are regulations would permit oc
cupied. - The scenic effects did not work as
smoothly as they might on the opening
night, but these defects are expected at
the initial performance of such an
Show Has Been Toned Down.
The much talked of company and
principals; for reasons" best known to
themselves, though easily guessed at by
"Washington theatergoers, had toned
down a bit the production which made
Ntw York sit up and. gasp for a time.
Enough of the risque 'and sensational,
however, remains to insure a popular
run while in "Washington.
Surrounding Miss Hoffman is a scries
of stars of lesser magnitude, which re
ceived its part of the .applause at every
'appearance. George Austin Moore,
James". C. Duffy, Marion Sunshine,
Ralph Austin, Dave Jones. Barney
Bernard, Catherine Miley. Lucille
Kavanaugh. and half a dozen others,
between chorus numbers, made repeated
appearances, and each time were greeted
with prolonged applause.
Miss Hoffman's dances were the -features
of the entertainment. A more
beautiful stage setting than the open
ing of the second act, when she appears
in the .spectacular dance. "The Garden
of Girls,'.' with Macon Nymphs, of the
Royal ballet, cannot be imagined.
Costumes Are Scanty.
A shiver passed over the quarter-to-twelve
audience as itf passed out of the
Belasco Into a 'light snowstorm after
the performance, however, when the
canty costumes 'worn by both princi
pals and 'chorus 'were remembered.
"Broadway 'to Paris." among other
things, is a review of the spectacular
type, and is filled with vaudeville spe
cialties. The Charles Ahearn company
of bicyclists, the Skatells, and Pietrb,
an unusually clever accordionist, were
Representatives of the St. Aloyslus'
Truth Society were preesnt at the open
ing performance, but it is unlikely that
Anything coming under the ban of the
organization was noted.
Of Passing Bad Checks
Ouy F. GUI, a carpenter, twenty-four
years old, was taken to Upper Marl
boro, Md.. this morning by Sheriff Suit
to answer a charge or having passed
three alleged bad checks. Sheriff Suit
eald the man is alleged to have ob
tained about $30 on the three checks.
IT. S. Sold'ers Home Band Orches
tra, Stanley Hall, at 3:30 o'clock.
JOHN S. M. ZIMMERMANX
March,- "The New Ebbitt"
Overture. "Semiramide" Rossini
Suite d'Orchestre, "From the
Selection, "Eva" ..." Lehar
Patrol. "Comique" HIndley
Excerpts from "The Lady of the
Finale, "Colonel Petit".. .Zimmerman
The Star-Spangled Banner."
Bl'SIXESS HOl'RS. 8:30 TO 5:30
Other Big Bargains 1
IN OUR CHINA CLEARANCE SALE f
A SECTION of our first fioor (G street building) is now
devoted to several open-stock patterns, an important part
of our china clearance sale. These patterns are dropped
from our regular stock to accommodate the most recent produc-
tions, which is our policy to always present to the public. g
Note the following big price reductions for desirable china
for home use. '
Royal Austrian China;
green and floral border
J6.W Dlnr r J'lafs. doz $3.00
&00 Breakfast Plates. diz....n.00
J1.00 Ta Plates, doz JiUO
13.00 Bread and Butter Plates,
JiOO Soup Plates, doz J2.00
JX'fl'tVreal Bowls, doz H-V)
JC.O) Tea Cups and Saucer.".
J7-00 Coffee Cups and Saucers.
J7.W Bouillon Cups and Sau
cers, doz $3.00
JL00 Salad Bowls, each .OT
Dinner Set assortments in the remaining stock ol' a
Gold Border English Porcelain Pattern at one-third oft.
Dulin & Martin Co.,
Pottery, Porcelain, China, Glass, Silver, Etc.,
1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St.
AT CHASE THEATER
Leader of Detroit Tigers Heads
Bill of Merit With Several
High Class Numbers.
llughcy Jennings may never win any
pennants or world's series as an actor,
and never get out of the serond divi
sion as a singer, but it Is safe to say
there was never an aspirant for hjs
trionlc honors who received a more
vociferous ovation than that accorded
the great leader of the Detroit Tigers
at the opening performances of this
week's bill at Chase's Theater.
Appearing in a baseball sketch, it
couldn't be anything else with Hughey
as the star, he Is assisted by Ben
Smith, a black-face comedian, who
sings a number of ballads and ragtime
songs and helps Jennings i:i his "vocal"
numbers. A curtain speech was de
manded by the many friends of the
t,irec.time pennant winner, and his rc-
spouse was pleasing.
An act seen here before, but one
which has lost none or its charm, was
that of Agnes Scott and Henry Keane.
entitled "Drifting." Mis-J Scott has a
charming personality, and Is ati actress
of the Annie Russell type. The sketch
Is handsomely staged, and the .bright
bits of blended comedy and sentiment
make It a most pleasing one.
Running second to the Tiger leader
for applause 'honors were Dale. Cole
man, Smith, and Goodwin, who-com-pose
the Avon Comedy Four. and. ap
pear in a musical skit called "The New
School Teacher." This quartet sings
many pleasing numbers, and the act Ts
filled with enough coifiedy for two or
three ol a like class.
An rauestrian act of exceptional merit
Is presented by May Wlrth and other
members of that family.. -Miss wlrth
docs front and back somersaults while
riding horseback, and other feats with
Misses Cole and .Denahj-and Messrs.
Laxell and Rowland, the San Fran
cisco "Quartet, present an extraordinary
and picturesque series of dances of the
whirlwind order that are novel and
spirited to a remarkable degree.
Adoitis in high-class hand balancing,
accompanied by his canine prodigy,
"Pierre." opens the bill in new feats In
his line of entertainment: Adler and
Arline. in "The Hypnotized Mimic," con
clude the bill.
The Klnemacolor photo-play for the
week is "Fisherman's Luck."
Four Armstrongs, two pretty girls
and two men, in a clever bicycle act.
and'Kld Canfleld. exnlolted as "the"
J reformed gambler of the "West," In an
expose of the "frame-up gambler" are
headllners of th& Follies Bepgere' at
the Lyceum this week. The burlesque
Is divided into two scenes by the olio.
In this Dave Schaeffer sang a s'png
or two and quarreled with the orches
tra. The chorus is composed of pretty girls
who wear a number of dainty costumes
and dance gracefully.
Joe Sullivan and- Dave Schaeffer im
personated the ever present Irish and
Hebrew comedians with success. Tiny
Armstrong sang several songs, and
Helen Armstrong was attractive as
"leading lady." In their numbers they
were plentirully assisted by,a party of
nimble ponies. Agrana' inarch with
song. "Show Me the Town" and "Take
Me Down To the Follies Bergere," by'
the Armstrong girls with chorus were
the best songs of the evening.
To those unfamiliar with the meth
ods of operating by gamblers in the
old style mining camps of the Western
frontier. Kid Canfleld' s expose was en
tertaining. A Word to Ween on Health
their health, and
they are apt to
make good use
of remedies known
as disease preventives. Germicides and
antiseptics are Included in this class,
but the greatest care should be exer
cised in using any which contain poi
sons unless prescribed by a physician.
By reason of Its absolute safety and
its beneficial results, physicians have
strongly recommended Tyree's Antir
septic Powder. It ;s unequaled as a
preventive of contagious disease, heal
ing diseased tissues, ulcers and deli
cate membrane passages. A US-cent
package makes two gallons standard
solution. Sold by druggists every
where. Send for booklet and free
J. S. Tyrf, Chrmlnt. Waililnctnn. 1). C.
English Floral and Gold
Edge Pattern Reduced.
tSt Dinner Plate?, doz J2.00
JJ.30 Breakfast Plates, doz J1.M
$2.00 Tra Plates, doz tl.W
$1.00 Bread and Butter PlaUs
$I.tt Debsert Saucers, doz S3
$2.80 Tea Cups and Saucers. fIoz.$-.2."
$2.23 Soup Tureens, each $1.50
Jl.M) Covered Vegetable DIslics.
."iuc Open Vegetable Dishes, each .40
Mca. Dishes, 53c to $1.23, now 40t
to 73c each.
Y J NIGS
AFTER THREE YEARS,
JS STILL PLEASING
Cle,ver Female Impersonator Is
Well Supported irr Comedy
A regulation offering of "music with
comedy," to quote the program, which
can come back three times, surely pos
srfes some feature or features of actual
laughing atid Interest value, and "The
Fascinating Widow," with Julian
Kltlnse in the title and leading role, is
one of these. Comedies hinging on col
lege life have come and gone, hut the
Eltlnge vehicle Is still favored and
On every page of every Tuesday
morning dramatic column in evcrv pa
per will be found -the word pulchritude
In some form it cannot be got away
from some aversion to the word
beauty, and .an effort to show that one
knows how to spell the othjr, tempts
its use. The chorus of the sk!w at the
Columbia is most pulclirltudlnous; that
is to say, they are very good to look
upon, dance well, and raise their voices
in song with excellent results.
Douglas As Oswald.
The three young,.women most con
cerned In the afCelrs"..of the widow ace
Margaret Lefflngvell, played this year,
by Belle Adair: Tessie Danrorth. played
by June llathls, and Ivy Tracy, played
by Louise Orth. The collego youth of
such grace and charm who is forced
to disguise himself as a widow to es
cape arrest for assaulting the college
book-worm, Oswald, still played by Gil
bert Douglas, takes every advantage he
can seize upon as Mrs. Monte to pro
tect, comfort, and,., sustain the young,
lauies in uieir an 100 irequeiu moments
Langton Wells is acceptable in the.
hands of Edward Garvie, Tuthill Lcff
ingwell is safe with James Spottswood,
and Charts Butler and James Sullivan
are as funny as ever in their respect
ive roles of the college chaplain and the
Mrs. Monte wears some wondrous
gowns with uncanny case and grace,
due In no small degree to a satin white
Open 8 A. M., Close 6 P.
The-Sales in our-February Sale are away beyond those of any previous Sale at this time of year: ' - i
; WHYr because c
We are offering at greater reductions, in the face of a rising market, more and better goods than we have ever
offered before. . . -.
Mahogany Side. Tables Q
Moses' Price was ' "'"
20.00, S34.00, S92.00, $27.00, 570:00, S58:.00r'
$16.00, $19.00, $78.00, $23.00, $63,00, $43.00
These Side Tables are in all the favorite designs, and the
highest grade of workmanship.
Lot of Odd Chairs
Good Chairs for any purpose, in Golden Oak, Mahogany,
Walnut, and other woods,
Moses' Price was.. S4.75, $6.00, $6.50, $2.75, $23.00
Reduced to $3.00, $3.75, $4.00, $1.75, $12.50
See the Duo Beds
We have received a superb stock of the Duo Beds, es
pecially for Inauguration. Takes less room than other Sofa
beds, and is a great comfort as bed or sofa. Covered in
plush, leather, and tapestry.
Usually sell at S57.00, S77.00, S83.00, S84.00, S88.00
Reduced to . $48.00, $65.00, $70.00, $68.00, $75.00
Guaranteed Oriental Rugs
Over 3,000 Beautiful Specimens
The Exhibit of this splendid lot of Oriental Art Rugs, is
now on the Main Floor, and should be seen by every person
who visits F street. It embraces these remarkable bargains,
and manv others:
Room Sige Kermans
$125.00 to $575.00.
Room Size Sarouks
$175.00 to $550.00.
Room Size Ispahan!
$110.00 to $275.00.
Room Size Muikabads
$75.00 to $225.00.
Good Muslin Curtains Ruffled and Plain
Large lot of specially low-priced curtains for dining rooms, living and bed rooms. The kind that always sell at $1.00 a pair
reduced to 65 cents.
Kinds that sell regularly at $1.25 reduced to 90 cents and $2.00 Curtains at $1.25.
You will have no opportunity like this to secure good curtains to fit up your rooms for Inauguration.
neck and arms of exceeding many
curves. Julian Eltlngc deceives the eye
with exceeding tact, the picture of the
lovely widow is flawless, but the art
of the whole thing lies not entirely In
the perfection of the womanly charms.
The winks, the walk, the beguiling
smile, which mocks and haunts, the
lapses into masculinity Just at the
psychological moment these aro Just a
few of the meanings for the success of
this Impersonator's portrayal.
Songs and setting have lost none of
their charm, and the strains of "Don't
Go In the Water" and "The Fascinating
Widow" fall pleasantly upon the car.
The farewell tour of Kose Sydcll, who
for many years has been one of the
right bowers of burlesque, is taking
place this year? 'tis said, and her ap
pearance at the Gayetx this week is
the signal for all her old admirers to
give her a rousing leave-taking.
"A Feast of Fun Is the central
feature of the production this year,
comprising some new comedy and
shoals of girls of the Rose Sydell
brand. The star Is supported by a good
cast. Including" Gracie Ellsworth, TJna
Ellsworth, Florence Nlcholls,, and
James Begard. Johnnie Weber, come
dian, shares tho honors with Miss Sy
dcll. In the olio Cook and Sylvia are seen
J In -a clever singing and dancing sketch,
flnni4 4V 4Pm nnil Ida T11 oiVrt Wit tt
contribute a skit which was topical in
nature, with a burlesque on the coming
Inauguration. "Papa At Home'' is the
.act in which Johnnie wcter ana Wil
liam S. Campbell appear. It Is the most
Infectiously funny portion of the 'show,
The striking feat'ure.,:of tho Casino
Theater bill this" week is IU variety of
entertainment, all of--It of the better
"Athletics of the highest order are
represented by the famous sensational
Carl Dammann Troupe at seven per
formers, whose fame was widespread
even before they became b!g features
of the Barnum & Bailey circus. Min
nie Victorson and company have a
unloUeDlarlet. "The Girl Who Drop-
jjedLn." which, aside from Its thrilling
iniroaucuon ol me iicmuie, yuascuca
a delightful story of heart Interest.
The Shaeffer sisters .have an excep
tionally good offering' of,, songs and
dances. Josle Flynn. a reap black-face
minstrel girl, -makes up in full view of
the audience and then sets it laughing
with her funny stories and Jokes.
-Maxime, a woman ventriloquist, has
an entertaining act. wmie van & v a
dette furnish German comedy, songs,
and dances. Excellent photoplays pre
cede and follow the vaudeville per
W. B. Moses & Sons
Moses February Sale
Reductions 15 to 60
Average size, 5x7 ft.
$30.00 to $85.00.
Sizes 2x4 ft. and 6x9 ft.
$9.00 to $90.00.
Medium Size Meshed
$95.00 to $250.00.
W. B. Moses & Sons
F and Eleventh Streets
'IE BAY" OFFERING
Capacity Audience Sees the
First Production of Good
"Or.e Day," a sequel to "Three
Weeks" and the natural heir to all
the public interest In some of the qualr
itlcs of the latter production. Is to bo
seen at the Academy this vreek. It la
by the well-known Elincr Glyn, who3e
facility in measuring the ehb and flow
of emotionalism In periods of time la
equaled only by her knack of attract
ing the public "One Day" waa greeted
by a capacity audience last evening.
Miss Cecil Spooner. the actress who
made "Three Weeks" popular on the
stage. Is also the producer of "One
Day." The heroine is an American girl.
Opal Ledeux, who becomes engaged to
a French count in deference to the
wishes of her father. She has given
her hand to Paul, Crown Prince of
Sardalla, of whose rank she is ignor
ant, although she knows he is of the
After a. turbulent tale of romantic
misadventure the pair commite suicide.
nnoing me witnout eacn otner unen
durable. Robert Brister Is seen as
the crown prince, and Miss Marlon
Hutchlns displayed emotional power In
the role of Opal. Jack Uewls, as Bobby
Jtamsay. and Jessie Hall, as Lady
Alice, do seme excellent work In pro
viding comedy relief In the show.
The scene aboard the Lusltanla is
the central feature of the production,
It is an excellent example of what can
be done In the way of scenic embellish'
ment on the popular-price stage.
This week's bill at the Cosmos in
cludes a wide variety of b,lgh class
The Columbian Girls, a quarttt of In
strumentallsta quite out of the ordinary,
have' a telling Instrumental number,
the features of which are a saxophone
and cornet trio and a cornet and trom
bone quartet. The Kavanaugh Players,
have a dramatic treat, in "Thro the
Skylight." which features a female
Rafnes." The Torleys, in a -cycling
act of great difficulty, contribute a fine
exhibition, while Morris and. Collins,
genuine minstrels, have a good minstrel
act. Jean Baldwin, who has a unique
way of singing her songs, is a telling
feature, and the Star Operatic Trio,
Guaranteed Brass Beds
Satin and Polish finish Sizes 3 ft. 6., 4 ft., and 4 ft. 6.
Was S 12.00, S20.00, $32.50, $22.00, $50.00
Reduced to . $7.75, $14.50, $25.00, $10.00, $39.50
About 600 Beds to select from.
Odd Mahogany Pieces
This is a collection embracing more individual pieces than
this page would hold if we tried to list them. These are just
a few of them :
Mosas' price v
$40.00 Mahogany Work Table $31.80
S60.00 4nlafd Mahogany Desk $54.00
$ 1 10.00 Mahogany Desk $87.50
$37.00 Mahogany Sewing Table $25.00
S5 1 .00 Mahogany Tea Wagon $46.00
In this sale we are selling a good, strong Morris Chair with
cushions complete for from $10.50 to $12.50. Or you can buy a
more expensive chair and have the cushions made to order in any
style and material you desire.
German Renaissance Sofa
Finest and softest upholstery work known to the trade; mahog
any frame; covered in best Spanish grain leather.
in Louis XV attire, contribute an offer
ing of the highest class.
The Pathe Weekly Review, with a
local feature, leads the film features.
At all performances at the Garden
Theater yciterday large audiences Tvlt
nessed the showing jot the story made
famous by book and' on the stage of
"Qulncy Adams Sawyer." 'first time
fchown as a photo play. This film will
be shown today and Wednesday In con
nection with other (list time feature
films and an orchestral program of se
lected music-by the Garden Symphony
The management announces the show
ing of an elaborate film production
"Satan," which features the' advance of
c lvlllzation in all ages, to be shown
Thursday. Friddv. and Ratnrrliiv nt
this week coming to the Garden direct
irom me new rorK Hippodrome, where
it has' been a success.
See If Your Chad's
Tongue I Coated
If cross, feverish, bilious, give
delicious "Syrup of Figs" to.
cleanse its little bowels.
Look at the tongue. Mother! If coat
ed, it is a sure tlgn that your little
one's insldes, the stomach, liver, and 30
feet of bowels are clogged up with put
rifying waste matter and need a arentle.
thorough cleansing at once.
When your child is listless, drooping,
pale, doesn't sleep soundly or eat heart
ily, or Is cross. Irritable, feverish.
siomacn sour, breath bad; has stomach
ache, diarrhoea, sore throat, or is full
or cold, give a teaspoonful of Syrup of
Figs, and in-a few hours all the foul,
constipated waste, undigested food and
sour bile will gently .move on and -out
of its little bowels without nausea, gripI
ing or weakness, and you surely will
have a well, happy and smiling child
With Syrup of Figs you are not drug
ging your children, being composed en
tirely of luscious flgs, senna and aro
matics, it cannot be harmful, besides
they dearly love its delicious taste.
Mothers should always keep Syrup of
Figs handy. It is the only stomach,
liver and bowel cleanser and regulator
needed. A little' elven todav will utc
a sick 'child tomorrow.
Full directions for children of all ages
and grown-ups Plainly nrlnted on the
'Ask your druggist for the full name.
"Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna,"
prepared by the California Fig Syrup
Company. This is the delicious tastlne.
genuine old reliable. Refuse anything
Silverplate Art Cut Gls
Reduced to J
1913 Baby Carriages
Open 8:30 A.M.
ESTABLISHED IN 180
$1.98 Sateen Petticoats,
Odd and ends ofour regular slocks,
several styles. Lengths .
More News of the Hou-Qcanin? Sale
'Added attractions for .tomorrow will include many articles you.
will need and will be glad to get
uon t forget that many lots are too small to advertise, and you must
come to the store to set what really wonderful values we are offer
ing this week.
$1 $1.25 and $1.50 Nad -Dress Gads
C0-lnch All-wool Black Storm Serge tlJO value -1
42-inch Sllk-and-wool Black Charmeuse 1.30 quality.... I
44-Inch Iniported All-wool BlackNun's Veiling n value 1 1
44-Inch Imported All-wool Black Voile $1.35 quality.... J"
44-Jnch Black Mohair Sicilian; bright luster-Mi value.... f
C-lTicn Black Whipcord, with tht wldo wale II quality
44-inch Black Mohalr Brilllantlne a bargain at SI........
46-Inch Black Gloria, with a very bright. lustrous, finish I
to go at our Housfcleanlng- Sale price, per yard! ;
Oar Staple 91.39 Flemish Seme;
Oae Day, Yard. 8Se.
This King- of all Staples Is to be
sold profitless for a day. This
Flemish Storm Serge Is nice for
a separate skirt, one-piece dress
or -coat. Colors axe navy blue,
marine blue, seal Trown, golden
brown, coffee brown, gray. wine.
red. myrtle, hello, black, etc.; fall
48 Inches wide. For a day QOa
91 BO-laea A1I-wmI Mora "crze
Extra Quality 50-lnch Alf-wool
Storm Serge, in navy blue; marine
blue, brown, and black; a gor.d,
heavy, dotble-warp quality. TVe
sponge them free of charge. 'Only
a limited quantlt to sell at tlil.r
price, and for one day only. This
Is a bona fide $1.00 serge. Tomor
row the very special price HK
will be. yara- ...., I Jv
At Prices You Cannot Afford to Miss
Double Damask Pattern CltHhs, odds and ends; only one of a
pattern. No napkins to match. Best linen ; new patterns; skes 2x3'
and 2$x3 yards, y
$9, $10 and $11
Irish Linen Embroidered
Pillowcases. $2.50 values,
JL23 72-inch Silver Bleached Gor
man Damask, heavy weight AA
and soft finish, at, yard..... ti,vv
Substantial Sarin $ for yon if 701 Ymj
Marabout Sets or Seperate Pieces
$2.50 and $2.98 Marabout Capes at c ; $1.98
$5.00 and $5J50 Marabout Capes and Stoles at. . . '. $2.98
$7.00 Marabout Stoles at $3.50
$4.00 Reduction Off Each Piece
Marked From $7.98 to $15.00
Your unrestricted choice of any Marabout Set or Separate Piece
at a flat reduction of $4.00 off the marked price.
These arethe very latest styles and best Marabout shown this
season, and include two-toned effects and ostrich combinations.
February Sale of Notions
Things You Need Are Specially Reduced
Dressmakers' Pins, -b. boxes, each I2c
Linen-finish Thread, black and white, 2 spools for 5c
Net Collar Forms, high and low, each. ...".... 3c
Gem Needle Point Pins, all sizes, 3 for '.' . .-. . .IOc
Blunt and Sharp Point Scissors, pair , 7c
Bust Forms, canvas and felt-lined, pair .-...". r 23c
Angora Skirt Braid, all" colors, 3' pieces for 25c
Ironing Wax, with handles, 6 for . ..:... . 5c
Machine Oil, will not gum, bottle . 3c
Silk Seam Binding, 8-yard1 pieces, each . . 7c
Warren7 Featherbone, 12-yard pieces '. -. . .85c
Community Silk, 400-yard spool 23c
Of splendid quality chambray. In
black and white stripe, plain blue
and gray; Gibson pleat over shoul
der, lilsh collar, long sleeve finished
with cuff: sizes 34 to S. QQn
Good servants are hard to get but servants say
that good places are hard" to get, too. So, if you have
the place, and advertise in The Times, the chances are
that you will get the good servant.
.Close 5:30 P.M.
89c Gold Jb Silver Dotted
Chiffon, 40Ibc& Wide,
them at the prices we will quote.
l, Dreaa LeastU Cram -Washable
WmI Pimsm. WrtB 9B.
Plain Cream Panama or cream
with a dainty hair -line' of black:
full 36 Inches wider first quality;
7hiu. nuna i-uw. trlU
ine entire lengui is oniriw .
!,. Yaraa Tenia Striped Paa-
'aaaa, YAW 3Sc
Cream. Panama-with a Beat black
pencil a tripe; washable and first
quality; splendid for a nice suit or
rklrt. These are half wool and
wjll give good service. One solid
case on sile tomorrow at )
per- yard .................... &tr
7S:-r4-laefc Xafcalr SfeHtaa. 48c.
Reversible. Custpjroof. First
Quality Mohair Sicilian, 1b navy
blue only; high silk luster: full 54
inches wide. Only five pieces. W
hurry. Worth 7c. To go at, AQ
yard T... 4oC
$1.73 Irish Bleached 9- 'ETA I
i. a doz... X.wlF
$3.50 22-lnch Scotch Nanklaa.
newest round, patterns, 0 QO
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