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THE WASHINGTON TIMES,' THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1913. -
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OF LOCAL RJETAILERS
Charles C. Columbus Is Elected
to Succeed W. F. Eller as
Joseph Strasbursrer, president; R. P.
Andrews, vice president, M. A. Leese,
treasurer; Charles J. Columbus, secre.
tarj. and M. j. Rosenberp, general
counsel these are the officers who -will
Jead the Retail Merchants' Association
through what promises to" be' the most
piosperous year in the history of the
organization. They were elected by the
boprd of go ernors. last nlgfol.
Kxcept the secretary and general
counsel, last year's ofiicers were reelected-
without "opp6sitIon. President
Strasburger was nominated to succeed
himself by A. D. Prince, who said that
the association had made such a radi
cal change in its constitution that it
is practically a new organization since
October, and that the services of Sir.
Strasburger as president were necessary
for another year..
In accepting the position. President
Strasburger told the governors this
would be his last year In that office Mr.
Andrews -was nominated by Isaac Gans
and Mr. Leese was nominated by Mr.
Former Secretary Resigns.
William F. KHer, who has been sei-
retary of the association, tendered his
resignation through Isaac Gans. and
upon" its aceptance, Charles C Colum
bus was unanimously elected secre
tary. Mr. Columbus is well known to
the merchants of Washington, having
been connected with the publicity de
partments of many enterprises and con
ventions and with Washington news
papers for a number of years. He was
born in "Washington, graduated from
St. John's and Gonzaga Colleges, and
has always resided in the District.
M D. Rosenberg, who was elected
general counsel, is well known at the
local bar. and in fraternal organiza
tions. Mrs. Helen H. Gardener appeared be
larc the governors in behalf of the'suf
fratjettes, telling what they were' try
ing to accomplish and giving some, de
tails of the big pageant to be held on
March 3. The governors gave Mr..
Gardener a vote of thanVs and the
promises of the good will of the ai--ociation.
Condemn Eight-Hour Law.
Tne eight-hour bill, which had al
ready been disapproved by the govern
ors, again came up for discussion and
condemnation by the merchants. They
declared the enactment of such a law
would work a hardship on those women
who would be restricted from adding
to their salaries.
R. P. Andrews, Joseph Strasburger
and Max Rich were appointed to take
the matter of the proposed discontin
uance of free delivery of freight in tha
city by the Pennsylvania lines with the
Interstate Commerce Commission. It
Is -expected the committee will lote
no time in meeting the commission.
Hurry, Causes Death.
HACKENSACK. X J., Feb. 13. Rob
ert Schultr. ten, a tardy pupil, fell by
the roadside while hurrying to school
and died of heart failure. ,
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PROMOTIONS GO TO
SENATE FOR ACTION
V. E. Stack, of Washington.
Named By Taft to Second
Lieutenant in Marine Corps.
Presidelnt Taft jesterday sent to the
Senate the following nomination for ap
pointment of the marine and medical
corps, including the name of V. E.
Stack, of Washington, who was named
i second lieutenant in the marine corps:
1 Lieut. Com. John S. Doddtridge, to be
commander, U. S. N.; Lieut. John W.
Scheenfcld and Lieut. Clarence L. Ar
nold to be lieutenant commanders;
Junior Grade Lieutenants Harold Jones,
Albert Rees, Alexander Sharp, to be
lieutenants: Ensign Charles S. Brand to
be assistant naal constructor. Assist
ant Paymaster Omar C. Conger and
'John H. Knapp to be past assistant pa-
masters; to be paymaster, Samuel R.
White, of Maryland: to be aSsitant sur
geons Medical Reserve Corps, George T.
Vaughn, of Virginia, and Llo d P. Ship
White, of Maryland; to be assistant sur
geon, John Bucklej", of Maryland: to be
second lieutenant, U. S. M. C, Norman
C. Bates, of California; Douglas B.
Roben, of Michigan; Harry K. Pickett,
of South Carolina; Morris S. Barry, of
Pennsylvania; Harold D. MacLachlan,
John B. Sabree. of California; V. E.
Stack, of the District of Colubia-, Theo
dore E. Secor, of California.
North Chesapeake Association
Will Ask .Improvements in
Resolutions looking to an improve
ment in the train schedule between
Washington and Chesapeake Beach and
to general Improvement of public prop
erty at the resort were passed at a
meeting of the North Chesapeake Beach
Citizens' Association held at the resi
dence of Dr. B. H. Smart, 237 Rhode
Island avenue. last night.
Dr. Elmer E. Jackson was elected
secretary of the association for the
unexpired term of J. H. Bangs, re
signed. Ths secretary was instructed
to take a census with a view to de
termining the numbers desiring to be
come legal residents of Maryland and
who desire to exercise franchise.
Seattle Times Burns.'"'
SEATTLE. Feb. 13: The plantrof the
Seattle Times was destroyed by fire
early today. A. J. Blethen, Jr., manager
of the paper, estimates the loss at
The Man's Store
D. J. KAUFMAN'S
The store is
The Sale is BIG
The crowds are BIG
The selection is BIG
The values are BIG
Here they are the saving is
yours you know it.
$20 Suits and Overcoats. $10.00
$25 Suits and Overcoats, $12. 50
$30 Suits and Overcoats. $15.00
$35 Suits and Overcoats, $17.50
$40 Overcoats $20.00
And the BIGGEST of all every
garment. is guaranteed by
MONEY'S WORTH OR MONEY BACK
D. J. Kaufman
1005-7 Pa. Ave.
LIFE OF OIL KING
TOLD IN ADDRESS
TO BIBLE CLASS
Minister of John D. Rockefeller's
Cleveland Church Talks at
Immanuel Baptist Church.
Man entertaining reminiscences of
John D. Rockefeller and his life in and
around Cleveland tilled the address of
the Rev. W. W. Bustard, pastor of
Euclid Avenue Baptist Church, of Cleve
land, Ohio. Mr Rockefeller s church, at
the annual banquet of the Bible class of
Immanuel Baptist Church, Sixteenth
street and Columbia road, last night.
Mr Bustard's subject was "Somo
Characteristics of True Greatness." He
dealt at some length on prominent men
in historj and described the traits
w hlch made them distinguished. At the
banquet, which was held In the church
dining rooms, L. W. Maybee. president
of the class; presided and Introduced
Percy Foster as toastmaster In a short
address. The Rev. II. S. Pinkham, pas
tor of the church, also made an address
Introducing the Rev. Bustard.
About two hundred members of the
class were present. The banquet was
preceded by a reception In the church
parlors, which was attended by the
class and friends. The Rev. and Mrs.
W. W. Bustard, the Rev. and Mrs. H. S.
Plnlrkqm Xf rtr? M Xfm'HAft avri XT,"
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j and Mrs. Foster were in the receiving
line. Music was furnished by an orches
tra under the .dlrectldn of William
Green. Special decorations wero-urovid-
ed throughout the church for this occar-
Dr. Bustard with Mrs. Bustard will
leave tonight for Atlanta for a short
Two Addresses Today
By Mrs. Clara Colby
"The Life of Margaret Fuller" will
be the subject of an address by Mrs.
Clara Bewick Colby in the Red Parlor
of the "New Ebbitt, today at 10:15 and
again at 4:45. This will be the fourth
of the series of talks on educational
subjects given by Mrs. Colby.
Others scheduled in the course are:
"The Cosmic Significance of Sacred
Structures." Februarv 20; "Browning's
Women," February 27; "New Light on
Ancient Egypt," March C. and "Thomas
and Jennie Welsh Carlyle," March 13.
Painting Town Red
Frederick Massie. who declared he Is
the "official whitewasher at the District
building." and confessed that he was
out "painting the town red," was ar
raigned in the District branch of the
Police Court yesterday on a charge of
drunkenness. He pleaded guilty, and
Immediately informed the court that he
did whitewashing at the Municipal
"Well, "I guess they need a white
washer up there," said the court, and
then ordered Massie be released on his
personal bonds that he abstain from in
toxicants ror one year.
Of Fine Suits
In Full Blast!
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Values un to 2Se BaaVaVawaT.Kaaaaaaaaaaawaw
each. Sale 2ic mWmmW MwL Lot of Jewelry Novelties,
prtce ... . IrBa.CVBt aw wfa ..i,t.. .. nA i'.t,i -
' Pleatlnn: h!m. a?aWmS' jn painted Pins, Mourning Pin Sets. Bar
did lot or fAnic IBT 11ns. Silver Purses, etc. 25c val- C
collar and waist IW iW ue- Sale Pric "'
pleatlngs; pretty II W
ot.jta, au twuci, oaon m. ilia, Uu O-iJil diuci uucu,
SI m-4i Ot In ovIiIItaI ind tatm- at ntf.wt all t(vtA
a yard I.&3C f 2k: and 50c alues. Hale 171
I Price t. .v. , i-CC
I Domestics Bedwear
UNBLEACHED CANTON FLAN
NEL; heavy twill and fleece (lot of
3 pieces). 16c value. Sale Q3fln
price, yard OTC
OUTING FLANNEL; best quality,
neat striped designs (lot of 15
pieces). 15c value. Sale VZ'tn
price, yard I ,,
BLEACHED MUSLIN; extra qaul
ity; full yard wide (lot of 3 bales).
10c and 12 c values. Sale gij,.
price, a yard DC
CHAMBRAY GINGHAMS; plain
colors only (lot of 63 pieces).
12 c value. Sale price, EZIm
FRENCH FLANNEL WAIST
INGS; neat striped patterns; fast
colors (lot of 9 pieces).
25c value. Sale price. Q3f
STRIPED- AND "FIGURED PER
CALE: full 36 Inches wide (lot of
16 pieces). 12c value. Citgt
Sale price, yard U7C
WHITE MADRAS; self-fljrured
patterns; highly mercerized (lot of
7 pieces). 12c and 15c Q3
values. Sale price, yard.... 77C
DRESS GINGHAMS; fancy strips
ed and plaid patterns (lot of 11
pieces). 10c and 12c val- C3o
ues. Sale price, yard O 4C
DUCKLING FLEECE: fnncv pat
terns (lot of 5 pieces). 15c rjitn
value. Sale price, yard .... I 7'C
ENGLISH LONGCLOTH; full yard
wide: fine satin finish; 12-vnrd
pieces. Value. $1.50. Sale 0q
WHITE INDIA LINEN: fine iual-
Sii iuv ui i-i pieces;. xyG iZxtn
value. Sale price, yard..., v C
Small Silk Sponges, each 3c
Waxed Paper. 24-sheet roll. 3
Williams' ShavinP Soap, 2 cakes. .nd
Peroxide. 8-oz. bottle ,6c
20-mule Team Borax, ij lb 6c
Hauscrrolilmmonla. larBt; hot;;1
29c Parki' Tiiforci'sBay lium' !ilc
Eyebrow Pencils (black &
brown) ...., 7c
Florida Water, medium size
Sanitol Tooth Paste or Powder.. 13c
Kirk's Castile Soap. 1-lb. cake 8c
25c Mirrors and Military
25c Mirrors and Hairbrushes. . .13c
75c and SI Hand Mirrors. .... .3uc
Colgate's Dental Powder
and cake or (Jasnmere Bou
jw Quality Specials
HH f01. a Busy '
Thursday. Friday and Saturday
7 rolls .
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
Lei Us Pack
our furniture, china, lirlc n-lirsc &.e . fo
chlirnn nt t utlier cities. We cliiiloy exp.r:
STOUAOn. MOVING. SHIPPING.
Merchants' Transfer & Storage Co.,
!)20-2-2 E St. N. W.
MC",'K. cm SHIP
QUICKLY. SA I-I5I. Y. CIltVPl.Y
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PADDED aD5. II ii Id.: I-h. wacon. J Id.
Phone Main 1913.1916.
COLUMBIA TltANbrj&R Jt aroltAGH CO.
801 N. Y. Ae. N. W.
Packing and Shipping. Morale, t; van load.
SET OUI: ESTIMATES on atjiPOiutolT nr-
roof utoraee. lnolnc. packing. UNITBO
6TATKS 8TOK.VOU CO . 418--0 lttb at. N. Vf.
Pbon. M. C3. l-
WE DO HACICINO Houaehold Koadi far
thlptneiit: vtorace In prlat- anartmenta.
Fre. Iiaullnc to our alone. LlTTLEa'IKLD.
ALVOBO CO, 7 lttb at. ntr.
ISM 7tli 8t n w " tw- Jii.r - c nfer market, 1
16:(HlhM n.w Kt ilitlTM HaTlrlL rli.ti.KBt3.inkt. I
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aaVaTfaaaVsaF WaV Lavalllen. Cult Pins. Hand.
BED COMFORTS; large double
bed size; cotton filled; sllkoline cov
ered (lot of -27). J1.00 value. CQj
Sale price tUC
CALIFORNIA WOOL BLANKETS;
full double-bed size (lot of
8 pairs). $7.00 value. Sale Q Qfi
WOOL-NAP BLANKETS; 11-4 size;
.slightly toiled (lot of 14
pairs), $3.00 value. Sale 61 AC
BED .SHEETS; slighUy imperfect':
size E0x90 Inches (lot of 1G3 OQa
dozen). 69c value. Sale price.. tVf
BED SHEETS; mill seconds:, for
full double beds; 81x90 inches (lot
of 75, dozen). 75c value. Sale QQa
PILLOWCASES; well made; size
42x36 Inches (lot of 250 dozen). Q.
12Vc value. Sale price wv
FEATHER PILLOWS: covered
with fancy stripe and art ticking
(Jot of 184). 73c value. Sale Afp
price j , ftt V
Large size Pin, Cushions ,.3c
Honeycomb Wash Cloths; 3 for.. ..10c
5c pieces of Beeswax...... 3c
10c Horn Dressing Combs 7c
Non-gumming Machine Oil. bot....3c
King's Basting Cotton (200-yd.).
Clark's O. N. T. Darning Cotton,
Gotham Sanitary Belts 7c
39c Sanitary Skirt Protectors 21c
Net Collar Frames 3c
Warren's Featherbone, a yd ,7c
Barbour's Linen Thread, spool 8c
10c and 12Hc Featherstitch Braid.
piece - Sc
5c Nickeled Safety Pins, 2-doz 5c
Twilled Tape. 21-yard piece Gc
5-yd. SIIUo Corset Laces 3c
12i4c Sew-on Hose Supporters,
-EMBROIDERED ' (PINK AND
BLUE) FLANNELETTE; 27 Inches
wide. 39c value. Sale price, " C
FRENCH ' "AND ' QHR'm AN ' VAL
LACES: matched sets. 8c and 10c
' SWISS ' AND CA"MBRic" EM
BROIDERED EDGINGS. 8c and
lOq values. Sale' price, Allzt
SWISS " "EM BhOI P-KR v ' FLO 'TNT
1NG; 27 inches wide. 19c OK
value. Sale price, yard &U
2 cans for
3 cans . . .
J 100 ,m York Aicnue
Pltin'jn &. CJrcKi? Stenography by orlRl
nal methoila. Moroo Wlrcleaa TeleB
rnphy. "lll herxlco course, under n
former Clll Service Examiner. Tpe
urltlne. I5nllsh. lloukkeeplne. liuslncss
Day and Night Graded and Hlcn
. School Courses. Children and Adults.
Also Private Coachlnc. CaUlotue.
FRANCIS MANN HALL, A. M., Principal
Tel. M. 577. SI E ST. N. W.
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes
'.U Kleventh St. N. E. Ph. Unc. 1T3
This remarkable, sale involves merchandise -of dependable- character gleaned-from
every department throughout this store,, at prices unapproached thus farm the' anflalsrqf
local storekeeping. Twice a year we rid counters; tables, a.nd shelves of all left-overs," soiled -.
lots, broken linesetc, in order to begin4he new season wjth.a stock of entirely new goods.
Come today tomorrpw, or .any- time durine the sale. We .promise ypu the biggest values
mat uiuitcjr cvci uuugm..tL.urne'
Women's Long CokU, Vdu up.to $15.00, f QC
ie r incc . , .....t ...
.u 7ue. Jot. conaiaU of iibelfne. boucle, 'atriped and novelty "ralisd effect;
all the' best styles of the season. r t -
$25.00 SuiU ....$7.95
velvets, velvet corduroy, serge, etc:
black, brown .and navy; also novelty
mixed effects; In all colors. ! I '
LOT OF 14 CHILDREN'S, COATS;
sizes 10 to 14; various styles and ma
terials. Values up to 12.00. (jf A1
Sale-price , 9JL.UU
LOT OF "T CHir.nRKlVT'H r-nvra-
sizes 10 to 14; latest styles of the sea
son:, various materials. Val- tfn AC
ues. up. to S,C0. -Sale price DtUO
WOMEN'S RAINCOATS: tan and
gray: stitched and vulcanfzi .m.
3.00 values. Sale Cf ad
price. .. , ... 9X.OO
FUR NECKPIECES: varlou. awiM-
ui miius ui lura. norm up to
J3.00 each. Sale price
LOT 'OF CHILDREN'S,, WEAR
ABLES, consisting of Cambric
Body Skirts and Drawers, , Canton
Flannel Drawers, Sleepers' and
Bodies, Cambric Skirts and
'Dresses. Values up to ?1H)0. - Crt '
Sale price f...,13C
LOT OF CHILDREN'S .WEAR
ABLES, consisting of Petticoats.
GiUmpes. Nightgowns, Infants'
Short Dresses and- Long - Slips.
Values up . to $1.00. Sale QQa
price ........... Mil
CHILDREN'S ' DRESSES; fancy
plaid and checked patterns;
sizes 6 to 14.- S1.60 values. Qa
Sale price KJC
CHILDREN'S WOOL SWEATERS
AND AVIATION CAPS; white, pink
and blue combinations. 50c OQn
values. Sale price ...071;
. LOT OF CHILDREN'S HATS
AND CAPS: all .kinds of ma
terials and styles. Values 1A
up 'to $1.00. Sale price...... XuC
NAINSOOK COMBINATIONS: cpr
set cover and drawers (soiled).
7Pc values.Sale f )S
. NAINSOOK CORSET COVERS:
beautifully trimmed (soiled). $).00
and $1.23 values. Sale - OK
COMBINATIONS: nainsook ind.
ciepe: lace or embroidery trim
med; 12 styles. $1.00 value. CQ
Sale price...! OUU
LONG UNDERSKIRTS- lace or
embroidery trimmed. 73c QQn
value. Hale price 5UC
CORSX3T COVERS: trimmed with
fine lace and. insertion. 25c, 1A.
value. Sale price ,'. i.yt
CANTQN FLANNEL DRAWERS:
plain.'and, ruffled; regular and ex
tra sizes.' 75c value.Sale OKIrt
WOOL ' SWEATERS: lon ' and
short-styles. Values up 'd'AA
to $3.00. Sale price tDJL.UV
"AMERICAN LADY" CORSETS"?
(soiled); style 204; $2.00 QQ
models. Sale price ,.iOt
BRASSIERES; slightly soiled:
various styles. 50c values. OC
Sale price .'. but
HOUSE DRESSES:' checl-ed.
figured and plain: all cli"S-, Qi
$1.00 values. Sale price.'....... v!C
The Telephone and The Modern Housekeeper
When the head of the family starts down town
to bus'ness, ihe modern housekeeper gets busy
with her telephone. . .
She calls tne marketman, the butcher, the ice- .1 J
man, the grocer, and orders the daily household sup- -plies.
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She makes an .appointment with the dentist;. con
sults her dressmaker; and calls the department store
regarding the advertised bargains.
She talks with her friends and arranges im-.
promptu social affairs; buys seats for the concert; ,
talks with her husband at the office; and.altogethex:
accomplishes with her telephone in half a day more
than she could otherwise in a week.
Have you a Bell Telephone In- Your Home?
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Rummage Sail '
$15.00 SuiU $5.00
This lot conalsU of the eaaon' bft
stylen of plain navy serge asd tx'iey
mixed suitings: best tailoring. trtaM
mlug and finishing.-
LOT .OK CHILDREN'S COAT:
sixes 10 tor M; best styles and nmtrtata.
Values up to H.W. Sale 01 AS
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CHILDREN'S RAIN CAPH. Thtii
are In red, and nav'y only. JCot trt
vorth lr.s- than 2.. Sale jA
rrice?each.-....'....w.. ..., 3xJ9
u.... d rtKlKib: msu c- cfr
ana panama; various, styles. - Cftl
z.if) vaiues. gale prieet....'... 9Xtifi
WOMEN'9 LAWN DRE3SE3. aoKed:
beautifully trimmed styles. -Worth Qm.'
up to tS.OO each. Sale.prlae W,ssatetS t, tilt 9fiex.,..,...
TABLE DAMAKK: hlghlr mer
cerized: regular width 4Iot of'li
pieces). 40c value. . Sale 1 Aj
pries, yard.... , .laPC
HEMMEn NAPKIXlJr I-inch Ie
(lot of 96 doaen). Value. 7Q
'?1.3 a dozen. Sale price...... l.fC
HEMMED NAPKINS; alze nd
by- lunchroomr (lor of 53"dcrzn):
Valu. 40c dozen. Sale lOa
JS I.... a mm mm a
TURKISH TOWELS: larga Sizes'
(lot of 39 dozen), ,19c and iZ.
values Sale price. , lj
CItASH TOWELING;" dfc .pat
,tern,(ltit of t pieces). 8c , AVtn
value. Sale price, yard. -tT!
SASH CURTAINS: nne nets (lot
of 95 pairs). Values up -to
$1.00 a pair. Sale price, a 1 ,
ztrlrv. v:. i... .4 '
CURTAIN POLES: 4 ft. long' (lot
of -one gross). J9c value. CI7j
Sale-price, each .'. t7C
SANlTAS'TA'SLIil OILCLOTI,"; .
fancy patterns (lot of 15 pieces;.
Value, 25c Sale price, Q3i
STAIR AND SHELF OILCLOTH
Clot of 12 .pieces). 8c and !0c
values, sale price. Q.3ltt
jard.. O rC
DRESS SILKS: small lots, in
. eluding: taffetas, foulards, etc. Val
1 ces up to $1.00 a yard. IQi
Sale price XIC
FANCV DRESS GOODS: all-wool
(lot of 8 pieces)- Values up OQ.
to 75c a yard. Sale price.... t3
WOMEN'S IvID GLOVES: slightly
soiled or Imperfect: colors are black,
white, tan. brown and gray. fG
$1.00 value. Sale price, pair.... fiO"L
"INFANTS' WHITE MITTS (small
Jot); all are clean. newgoods. 1A.
25c value. -Sale price, pair. JLUC
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FAMOUS FOR .LOW PRICES SINCE-f5S
810-16 SeVEMTfl STRttT
CHESAPEAKE ND POTOMAC
Otr MMfc Triaar4 Hata thmt
were prttHl wg tm'WUm eaeftv. GO
mtprir ... ..'... ;DC
AH atyUa, bpe and colors. Cone
fW'cki Jot. ttey- iros't laet- long at
BLACK. BKAVJBK HATST: aeweat
KirU', Utn9 beaver, itetralar rA..
$UA vim. ale prIcev,..........,vwWv.
woiw, uumzsr and .chil-
X)HK1P KKLT HAT: all' cetera an
girt fttipfer'ralae op to.S2.ML - k
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YlXMl AtCV VKLOVR HAT: lafge,
irtMitttm tunf aacaS akapear eolora- only,
VJ tti V VMj -Sale $
WXX YELOVK AXD VELVET
HAT: X ttim mrt'ahapfi in Mack.
an xH enter- YJawr up' to 9Aa
Ki. J -.,.
'FAJeVr JKfVELTIE. eoaaiatlar of
ruSter. WJaaja-aaMt-Onaasatmta of .
rfrry IzitA', Vli! vp to- LJ;-aa-
f&& iarge table aaf4W '
Ii3tt- is vafaav Safer
prfou ,.X,.,-?....-r ?'
LtJ?LK J&BrSfZJC ifOSBz olorl
caly, j-te wAuz. ate 9rfce.. fT
Z p&Sr fee Ss. tvr,at. fkttz... -'
RtBBEIt XVirXXTZRSl roll col
iarsv or V atwfc; arsr air. '
$L5"TaIs. a54e3rf vj"'
ffLK" ICXIT rOCR'lN-HAND
TIES; frettr aittersa. 30c 1it
-ralce. Sale pric-.C...........-lV
LINEX COLLARS: alT "satylea.
Sold it Sc each. Hale price, i fJZMm
a dozesu... ...i .........-afra
PERCALE SHIRTS; triRj1 r'wt-
terns- '$L0a TaIue.Sale Zfe
'SUSPENDERS: well made: neat
patterns. 35c value-.-Sale' Iftj.
l.rice . H'
CAPS for men'and boyi; plaids
and plain colors Values? tfAa'
25c to $1.00.' Sale price. A7V
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PERSIAN jIawji WA.rs.T8:
band embroidered: val, cluny and
embroidery trimmed: high or lovr
ncck: long or -ji sleeves "Ai
$1.00 value. Sale-price. K7V
MESSAL1NE WAISTS;, band em
bro'dered; low neck. J sleeTes;
Dlacjc. navy, white and strlned ef
fects $2.00 value Sale i AA
WOMEN'S UNION SUTTS: me-
d'um weight;" high- neckrloag or-.
short slocvcs; Knee or anxie
length. $r.0 value. Sale JQ"
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WOMEN'S VESTS: fleeca lined;
high; neck; long alec'e;re3nirax
and extra" sizes. 25c, Jftlue t?l$fla'-
Sale prlce.C..7..:J...'T.."ir, V"
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