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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY U; 1913.
FALLS CHURCH TO
HEAR WOWEN TALK
ON EQUAL SUFFRAGE
Congressman Tom Heflin Is
Specially Urged to Appear
and Answer Arguments.
On Invitation of the mayor of Kalis
Church, a ote.-for-women meeting
Till be held In Falls Church either Mon
aj or Tuesday evening lr. order that
the feminine suffrage advocates may
answer Congressman Tom Heflin. This
tias announced at a suffrage meeting
held last evening In the home of Mrs.
Fred G. Herger. in the Mendota. the
meeting beinp one of the parlor gatvr
lngs which the suffragist are ho!dln-
cverv evtnlng In order to Interest more
sr.d "m"re corner and crry their mes
sage to women friends of each hostess,
whom they would not be able otherwise
If Congressman Heflin cares to at
tend the Falls Church meting he will
be welcome. In the sense at least that
the suffarge- advocates have a few re
marks to make which they are eager h
should Fear. ?nd. if he Is willing to en
gape in 'debate, there ma be ei II war
among te "Buffragettes so many are
desirousof the chance tq make reply.
'Insinuations Which Vex.
It is Mr Henln's statement that 50
rer cent of the votcs-for-women advo
cates are divorced and the rest the
product of unhappy homes that has
stlrred,up the suffrage proponents. The
chargs that they themselves are neg
lecting ll.elr homes to work for suffrage
Is an old one and does not so greatly
airs. Owen Kildare was the principal
5peaker at the meeting at the home ot
Mrs. Berger. who is the wife of the
manager of the Columbia Theater. Mrs.
Kildare began her remarks by attacking
women's fashions In dress, saying that
ujltll woman had emancipated herself
from light lacing she might thank her
self largely for domination by the other
"The physiological effects of taul
strung corsets and other binding gai
nients are clearly known," said M.'
Kildare. "They tend to prevent the
circulation of the blood, and this
physiological condition Is directly con
nected with a psychical on1. Everyone
knows that clear thinking depends upo.i
sn adequate supply of pure blood to the
Women's Fashions Attacked.
Feminine fashions came in for atten
tion of tile speaker otherwise.
"Women's dress for ages has been
rrodeled so as to accentuate the parts
of hi" figure, which is thought will
'nost appeal to men," said Mrs. Kildar-.
"Our fashions hive thtir origin in styles
v.-orn by certain women of Paris, women
ot the deml-mcndainc, of whom manj
who ape the sty lee they wear would not
speak or think."
Love of fiiir-ry was charged by the
rpeakcr as being responsible In degr
for the white slave evil, although the
primary onus for the existence of white
slavery was charged to mankind. Spe
cifically pleading for tho ballot for
wpmen. Mrs. Kildare said: "Men have
been running the world by themselves
lor a long. Ion? time and on their own
admission bae not made a complete
success of It. None can say It is a
complete success when white slavery.
child labor, and the social disease are
remitted to exist." '
Mrs. J. O. Stevenson ppokc bricfi
cfter Mrs. Kildare -had concluded.
"Place aus dames," cries Congress
man Heflin. "I am In deep sympathy i
with the suffragettes. I have no doubt I
they have grievances, but I think thevj
.. nuu.i, ,.c niuiij aj iu cnaiiju.
conditions My speech at Falls Church T
has been twisted, more or less. I did
lot attack them for their procession,
but for their action In cha3lng all over
Washington In automobiles making
Hen's, Women's and Boys'
To make room for our large spring stock we have de
cided to cut another slice off our always prevailing low prices.
A Big Assortment of Men's and Women's High
grade Sample Shoes from the World's Leading Mak
ers. $3.50 to $7.00 Values.
GUARANTEE Our Shoes
Evening Slippers to
Boston Sample Shoe Parlor, Inc.
!d Seventh and D Streets N. W.
Second Floor Over Harris' Jewelry Store.
Two Elevators and Stairs, Entrance Between Lauman's and
Woolworth's 5 and 10 Cent Store.
speeches. I think they could be doln;,
much more at home."
The attitude of Congressman Heflin
was charucterizfd today at suffragette
headquarters as "real, horj-id.'J
Suggestions made yesterday that Mr.
Heflin be "called to acQunt" Immediate
ly were renewed again today, and It is
possible a Challenge may be issued ht
The reported statement of- Congress
man Heflin, "that he has been having
lots of fun out of the suffragists." 'a
resented at headquarters, and moio
than one ardent advocate of suffrage
has declared that "X-. Heflin will find
that this matter Is tie joke before h
gets through with It." When pressei
for more definite Information regard
ing this -veiled threat, the ladles sniff,
and shake- their heads. "Just wait, and
see," they pay.
To Head Farmers in
Prominent among the marchers In
the farmers' section of the pageant
will be Mrs. Ella Rouse, of Collegeville.
Pa., manager of a 200-acre farm there.
Mrs. Rouse has become a practical
farmer through managing the property
of her husband, whose business takes
him away from home a good deal.
Much of the Ineffectiveness of women
at the present time, she says, is due
to poor laws and inefficient officials.
If women held office, she declares,
their efforts toward "the betterment of
mankind" would be much more ef
fective. Mrs. Rouse Is a graduate of the
Philadelphia Hospital School for Nurses.
She was a volunteer Red Cros3 nurse
during the Spanish-American war.
The Canadian delegation In the
pageant will be led by Mrs. Flora McD.
Denlson. president of the Canadian
Suffrage Association. Just how many
will take part In this section Is not
known, but numerous applications and
pledges have been received. The fact
that it represents an adjoining country
will make this delegation one of the
leading features of the pageant. It Is
Mrs. Louis Ottenberg. who has charge
of the "newsies." reports that she will
have everything In readiness to dis
tribute tone of suffragist literature dur
ing the progress of the pageant. Fifty
young girls are being selected for this
work. They will be appropriately
dressed and will wear "votes for
women" sashes. Newspapers, books,
namphlets. brochures, uo'stcards. leaf
lets and buttons will all bo put on sale
by these girls.
To Be Held Tonight
Seven meetings arc on the schedule to
night of the suffragettes, all to take
place at S o'clock except one. at the
Kensington Public Library, in Mont
gomery county. at'T:3(5. The speaker at
this meeting will be Dr. My then.
The parlor meetings Include one for
the department women at the home of
Mrs. Cosdon. 13)1 K street northwest,
with Miss Florence Ethcridgc and Mrs.
George Gove as speakers; one at M1"?s
Dunning' s, 17C0 Columbia road, when
Miss Klsie Hill will speak: one with
Miss Finley and Miss Wlmsatt. JS05
Phelps place, when the speakers will be
Mrs. Harvey W. WHeyand Mrs. Board,
wife of Prof. Beard, of Columbia Uni
versity, and one at the residence of Mrs.
"M. M. Green, 1213 K street northwest,
when Mrs. Glendower Evans will be the
Mrs. Nina K. Allcnder. will addrcss
the Stanton Suffrage Club at the Wood
1j. and MIts Lord will address a meet
ing of teachers at the home of Miss E.
CASTOR I A
lor Infants and Children.
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Tfcp KHlfl Tnll HVO A WAVK HnilffhT
Aiust Wear or a New Pair,
Match Your Gowns
-tf' fa. ,,-
! i' n .. t-u. n , r. Ill ho
addressed on Mondav night by Mrs.
Raymond Brown, at Chamber of Com
merce Hall. 1202 F street, when It Is
hoped final organization of the college
woman's section may be effected.
Will Hold Meeting to
Open Fight on 'Cause'
Opposition to, woman's suffrage more
potent than any ever offered by "mere
man'1 will be started here February
2S, when women who distrust the ef
fectiveness of suffrage for their sex
will gather from all over the country to
anticipate the effect of the proposed
"votes for women" pageant. The meet
ing is to be held in Belasco Theater.
Social leaders and wives of Senators
and Congressmen, as well as many
women prominent in business and other
activities, will be present. The meet
ing is to be under the auspices of the
National Society Opposed to Eaual Suf
frage. Associations from eight States
and the District of Columbia will be
represented. The States are New York,
Maryland, New Hampshire, Virginia,
Pennsylvania. Massachusetts, New Jer
sey and Connecticut.
Social Leaders to Attend.
Among the women who have indicated
their Intention to be present are Mrs.
Arnold Hague. Mrs. George W. Wlcker
sham, Mrs. Elihu Root, Mrs. Nagel,
Mrs. George Howard, Mrs. Murray
Crane. Mrs. Chandler Hale, ana Mrs.
John Hay. Nine boxes In the theater!
will be assigned to the States represent- I
ed. and will be appropriately decorated
and filled with men and women from
The colors adopted officially- bv the
association, white, black, and rose, will
be a prominent feature of the decora
tions. Women of Washington who are
opposed to equal suffrage or are not in
sympathy with the methods of suf
fragists are requested to wear, small
bows of these colors on February 23
and on succeeding day's.
"Antis" Ask for Protection.
Local arrangements are being directed
by Mrs. Arthur Dodge, of New York,
president of the national society. Mrs.
Dodge Is being assisted bv about thirty
Washington women who 'are prominent
socially. A complete canvass of the
city will be made during the next two
weeks In the Interests of anti-suffrage,
it Is said, and It Is expected that the
Belasco Theater will be taxed to Its
utmost by the crowd which attends.
In view of the determined attacks
which have been made by the suf
fragettes hero on all opposed to "the
cause." whether men or women, and to
anticipate any possible hostile demon
stration on February 28. special police
protection has been asked ' by the
"ant's." The meeting of February 2S Is
but the opening- gun In the "antl" move
irient. it Is "said? -and other meetings
will follow this during inaugural week
and while the suffrage campaign Is at
Charter Members of
Equal Rights Club
' To March in Parade
Susanna W. Berry, of Lynn. Mass.,
who will be in the big pageant here
March 3, as a pioneer, was a charter
member of the Equal Rights Club, or
ganized in 1877 In Lynn. Mass.. two
years before the State organization was
Mrs: Berry' was first secretary of the
club. She was prominent In suffrage
work In the State, and has been a lead
ing speaker there for many years.
Mrs. Berry's hutband, the late John
W.Berrv, tjas ahjp.a worker for wom
an's suffrage, and was associated In the
work with Susan B. Anthony. Mary E.
Llvermore and Lucy Stone. Mrs. Ber
ry was associated with the making of
tho first suffrage flag, twenty years ago.
MBHBHH FHiKDi.iMinu Bitbs. new stork 12s xi.vtji at., between i e.
V Final Clean-up of Clothing J
Every dollar's worth of clothing and furnishings left from the old store MUST go at once! We
are going to start the spring season in our new and beautiful store with a brand-new stock, and so we'
propose to cloan out everything brought from the old establishment. We are going to wipe out all
broken lines to the last garment or article. .Prices are now marked at the lowest point they have ever
been known you can buy a new suit or overcoat here in this final clean-sweep sale at the smallest frac
tion of its original cast. Just read the startling values offered for Saturday, and you cannot fail to
realize the immense bargain opportunity now presented to all wise clothing buyers.
Suits Less Than
Young Men's Suits
1 outhH (6.50 .SuIIh coal
1 iiuthn' 4HU.no Suit zu at. .
1 oiifb l--'0 .Kui K t.
1 outhft Sl.VOO Null (to at. .
Vitutha' Slfc.00 Suit ko at.,
loiithn' r..'.0) Suits ko nt..
Sen's Hats, $1.50
Former Prloes Up Is $3.00
Oin entlrt "inch of mm' Il:it
- fl btIi'S ami Dcrblt-s, hi nil flu-nf.vi-Kt
and most approval sliap
antl ytylcs uff'-teil At ftT.u. Values,
north up to throe iloll.ir."
Hos' ICnlckcTbocIoy Punts, sires
S to 16 years, neat fancy pat- OCJp
terns. Krduced to, pair. . . . OtJC
25c and 50c Sus-ponders. ex- -J Q
ta quality wcblilnRH -ttC
$1.00 NeBllRo Shirts of lln- qual
ity Madras and Percale, in coat
style with cuffs attached AKn
LlKlit and dark colors iv
.Men's 50c pure Silk Ho.-,e. in
black and all colors. Iteduc- f)Z0
id to tJi
428 9th St.
AND 10Q COLLEGE
GIRLS TO BE HERE
Suffragettes Get Word Many
Expect to Take Part in
One hundred college girls in flowing
gowns will come from Baltimore to
take part in the suffrage pageant March
3. Miss Helen Keller, famous deaf,
dumb and blind social worker, will also
This Is the birth anniversary of Anna
Howard Shaw, great suffragist, and
women at suffrage headquarters put up
special decorations for the day.
Word received from Philadelphia to
day calls attention to, the party of
young women who will accompany Miss
Rosalie Jones from there. They are
Miss Josephine Herman. Mrs. B. V.
Rulon, Miss Helene Bergmark.
The Michigan delegation promises to
come -In strong according to reports
from Mrs. William F. Blake, of the
Woman's Beauty is
Based on Health
To Have Health, Bowel
Movement is Absolutely
' Necessary How Best ,
to Obtain it
It woman's beauty depended upon
rnnmetips overv wonran would be a
picture of loveliness. But beauty lies
deeper than that. It lies in health.
In the majority of cases the basis of
health, and the cause of sickness, can
he traced to the action of the bowels.
The headaches, the lassitude, the cal
low skin and the lusterless eyes arc
usually due to constipation. So many
things that women do habitually con
duce to this trouble. They do not eat
carefully, they eat Indigestible foods
becauso the foods are served daintily
and they do not exercise enough. But
whatever th,e particular cause may bo
It Is important that the condition
should be corrected.
An Ideal remedy for women, and one
especially suited to their dellcato re
quirements, !s Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin, which thousands of -.women" en
dorse highly. Mrs. JJcnnle Snedoker,
1011 West Monroe St.. Chicago, testi
fies that sho Is "cured of grave stom
ach and bowel troubles by using Syrup!
Pepsin and without. the aid or a doc-;
tor or any other medicine. All the
family, can use Syrup Pepsin, for
thousands of mothers give U to babies
and chlldrep.. It Js also admirably suit
ed to the requirements of elderlypio
plc. In fact to all who by reason of
nr?t nf Infirmity rflnnot stand hnrah
salts, cathartics, pills or purgatives. '
These should always he avoided for at
best their effect is only for that day.
At Sensationally Low Prices!
Overcoats Deeply Cut!
All Men's S7.50 Overcoats now. $3.50
All Men's S8.50 Overcoats now. $4.48
All Men's $10.00 Overcoats now. $4.75
All Men's SI 2.50 Overcoats now. $6.00
All Men's SI 5.00 Overcoats now. $7.25
All Men's SI 6.50 Overcoats now. $8.00
All Men's $18.00 Overcoats now. $8.75
All Men's $20.00 Overcoats now. $9.75
All Men's $25.00 Overcoats now. $11.75
Men's S25 Raincoats
Kinent quality Imported English
Kalncoats In tan and gra: All
slzrs. Guarantied In every rc
Mieet. IlcRiilar $2.r..00 aliie for $11 7."i
Men h $25.00 Kur Overcoats, Per
sian lamb collar, reduc
Men'H $40.00 I'ur OvereoatK, Per
sian lamb collar, hkunk or beav
er fur lined, reduced flJOO CJrt
Furnishings at Riddance Prices
Jim's Suede U loves, the eorr'Vt
thing for winter vca
S0i and 7.1c Kleece-llncd and Der
by nibbed Underwear, standurd
makc, clra heavy quul- QQa
Michigan Equal Suffrage Association,
From Lexington, Ky.. comes word
that Mrs. Desha Breckenrldge. presi
dent of the Kentuckv Eaual Rights As
sociation, is arousing Interest In the
pageant and Intends to make a fine
showing for her State.
Woke to Find Herself
Candidate for Hanging
When Cornelia Brown, colored, awoke
by the side of her husband early yester
day, she found that she was thorough
ly prepared to be hanged.
"I had a noosed rope over my head
and around my neck," declared Cornelia,
who had her husbsnd arraigned in the
Police Court on a charge of merely
threatening to do her bodily harm. She
declared that the defendant and "no
body else" put the rope around her neck.
Policemen exhibited the neckwear in
court, and Cornelia declared that on
numerous occasions her husband had
threatened her. and also threatened to
! commit suicide.
un Drown s promise nut iu uuuni uis
wife's neck with any more nooses and
not to again threaten her, the court
placed him on probation.
Coining New Nickels.
PHILADELPHIA. Pa., Feb. 11. The
United States mint In this city has
commenced the work of coining the new
C-cent pieces, and will continue to turn
them out at the rate of 1,000,000 a day
until the demand Is supplied.
1IHS. JE.WIE 5NEDEKEII
while a genuine remedy like Syrup
Pepsin acts mildly but permanently.
It can be conveniently obtained at
any drug store at fifty cents or one
dqllar a bottle. Results arc always
guaranteed or money will be refunded.
You will find it gentle In action, pleas
ant In taste, and free from griping,
and its tonic properties have a distinct
value- to women. It Is the most widely
used laxative-tonic in America today
and thousands oi lamiues are now
never without it.
If no member of your family has
ever used Syrup Pepsin and you would
like to make a personal-trial ofMt be
fore buying It In the regular way of a
druggist send your address a postal
will do to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 417
Washington St.. Jlontlcelio. III., and a
free sample bottle will be mailed you.
Boys' Winter Suits
Hojn' SZ.OO Suit bo at
Ilnjn' i..-in .sulfa Ku at..
IIojh fu.00 Sulfa ko at. .
llnjn' J.X.-.O Sulfa eo at..
Il 8-l.aO Suit f;n at. .
Rnn' Jtr..00 Sulfa ko at.,
no; a' 97.00 Sulfa ko at. .
S20 value for . $10
.Men's HkIU wclclit ()vireojts of
fine quality black thibet. perfectly
tailored an.l faultless titling. New
est sprlner model.
Kcgular ?)00 value at $10
Men's hlBli-sradc .ustom-maue
NVkIIkc Shirts of finest quality
iraterlals. IlcKUlat ly $1.00 fl- "I T
and $2 OlLO
Men's fine quality Iiumct Klan-.
nel Pajamas, extra full cut and
wit made, llRht ami dark QQt
colon. S1..10 values OtiC
Across the Street
the Old Location
BABY IS KILLED BY
FALL FROM HI
Child Strikes Head and Dies
After Severe Spasms Caus
ed by Injury.
James Marsh died at the Casualty
Hospital last evening after beinjy In
jured by a fall from a chair at the
home of his parents, 1334 "W street.
The child was seventeen months old.
The baby was tnrown Into spasms by
the fall, and It was thought he suffered
a cerebral hemorrhage.
The police removed tlie unconscious
Long Flannelette Ki
monos of extra fine
In pretty flora! pat
terns of various colors,
such as pink, light blue.
navy, gray, and laven
der. Made In Empire
style and trimmed with
sateen collar and cuffs.
Gracefully cut and well
THE PINAL CUT!
Men's Winter Suits
CHOICE OP ANY GARMENT IN THE
HOUSE SOLD AT $1 5, $1 8 AND $20
HERE'S THE BIGGEST CLOTHING SALE OF. THE WINTER the last sensational effort to
close out remaining lines of men's winter suits and qercoats before spring overtakes us. We've shut
our eyes to loss, and cut prices to the lowest, notch foe complete, absolute clearance. ' If you are
thinking of buying a suit or overcoat to wear" the balance of -the season you cannot afford to miss
this opportunity itt means enjoying TWO" SEASONS wear; out of your purchase, and at the same
time a saving of from $7 to,$l2. " ". , - l( .
With such' stylish, well tailored Suits and Overcoats, b Her ed at this radically reduced price Saturday should
be the busiest day of the entire 'season in our merffclothinVdepartmeBt.
i -. .
The Suits Consist of
' NOVELTY CASSIMERES
in a. splendid variety of the season's most desirable
colorings and designs. Hand tailored garments, per
fecting fitting, and of the finest quality. Broken sizes
between 33 and 32.
25c and 30c Ribbons
Saturday at 18c :
New spring Ribbons, crisply fresh
and new the kinds most preferred
for hair bows, sashes, and millin
The lot Includes 7-Inch heavy
quality Taffetas, new Satin, and ,
Novelty Striped Taffetas, fine
Moires, and wide Satin Ribbons,
each in a complete range of new
Regular 23c and 30c values at ISc
Beautiful Fancy Hair Bow Rib
bons, in taffeta with wide or nar
row satin stripes; choice of solid
colors of red, pink, light blue,
white, brown, navy, and black,
alo white grounds with edges of
pink, light or dark blue, brown,
and red. Good heavy quality.
Regular price, 25c yard. Sale "I r
LEATHER HAND BAGS
$3 and $3.50 Values at C-J 9g
Really exceptional values In high-class Leather
Hand Bags a special underprlco purchase made this
week on sale Saturday at savings of a third and
more. New styles for the coming season, in real
Morocco. Seal Grain and Cape Goat leathers, all in
Serviceable shapes, with gun metal nickel gilt and
leathcr-covi-rod riveted frames. Durably made and ex
tra well finished. Choice at il.OS.
Way Below Regular Prices
German Sllvpr Mch Bagt. in new shapes, made of
the popular unbreakable German silver mesh. Neat
engraved and etched frames, long chain han- fljl QQ
die. Hxceptlonal values nt tiJX0
J1.50 German Silver Mesh Bags, large seven Inch
embossed and engraved German silver frames. Kid
lined or unllned. Guaranteed unbreakable, (JO QQ
mesh, with long chain handle. Special at... v)iUO
$5.00, $6.00, and $6.50 Overcoats
For the Little Fellows $2.98
This is the maker's clearance time, and to dispose of his reserve lots he turned over several
hundred fine Winter Overcoats for boys from 2xi to 8 years at a figure that permits this extraordinary
Warm, co.nfortablc garments, which button snugly at the neck and afford protection from wintry winds. Various
models, including Cossack, Auto Collar, Convertible. Collar and Polo Belted styles. Mnterials consist of Gray
mid UJuc Chinchilla, Fancy Zcbeline, Smooth and Kottgli Kerseys and Fancy Cheviot with plaid and flannel lin
ings. Some with velvet collars. Also a few- double breasted Reefers in the lot.
ITojs' Overcoats meant to retail at $5.00, 0.00 and $0.50 on sale Saturday at $2.93.
Extra Quality Neglige Shirts, ZQr
Sale of Dollar Kinds at . .
Shirts made to retail at one dollar the reserve lots nf a manufacturer
uhose shirts are sold by leading haberdashers all ovt-r the country ut this
llgure. In this .al wo share the advantages of our special purchase.
KculU extraordinary values at K'c.
Hoft-bodled Negligee Shirts of line quality Madras, made In coat style,
with boft-folded cuffs and soft collar to match. Choice of plain blue, grey,
Ian. and luvender. also neat dark striped patterns. Ver smart -and dis
tinctive. ALL SIZES from 14 to 17.
baby to the Casualty Hospital, where
death took place In a little while. The
father la employed 'at the gas plant In
southeast "Washington.' i
Fire Damages Plant
Of Planograph Firm
Fire this morning did $100 damago
to the' plant ot thej Columbia Piano
graph Company. a54 J, street north
east The cause of the blaze was not
determined. The fire was discovered
shortly after 9 o'clock In a room on
the first floor. An alarm was sounded
and the firemen succeeded in check
Ing the flames before' they gained much
headway. Insurance covers the Ios-
Whist Tourney at Omaha.
OMAHA. Neb.. Feb. 14. More than
100 devotees of the game of whist, rep
resenting clubs in Illinois, Minnesota,
Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, and other
States, gathered In Omaha today for
the nineteenth annual tournament of
the Central Whist Association. '
Open Saturday Until 9
"ITPAYaTO DEAL k ' AT OOlPCNCTOy
SEVENTH ANO K "THE DEPENDABLE
Enjoy uur special Luncn I o morrow
The following Lunch served tomorrow from 4 JO to 7:30
KGG SAI.AD, BREAD AND BUTTER. CUP 1f a"
OF COFFEE. PIECE OF PASTRY. All for A1V
"Purity". Lunch Room. Second Floor.
t. -.' v-
Men's $1.50 and $2.00 Pajamas, CQr
Offered Saturday at JcC
They're the renowned "Faultless" make a sufficient guarantee of high
quality and superior workmanship. Reduced In this drastic manner for final
Heavy soft fleecy domet flannel garments, trimmed with silk frogs and
pearl buttons, extra full cut and nicely finished. In neat stripe effects or
blue, lavender, and pldk. Sizes A. B and D. TCinds sold regularly at ttSO
and J100 on sale Saturday for S9c.
Beautiful Spring Neckwear, OC
A Brand New Showing at . A Jv.
Tomorrow we will have on display an entirely new line of Women's
Neckwear at 25c the smartest and daintiest Ideas of the new season
Style after style that is fresh and crisp, and different from anythlng-shown
for the money. elsewhere." ' . .'. .' -
All the most fashionable effects In low Collars. In every wanted shade;
also Lace Jabots, Stocks with Jabots, and other lovely creations are repre
sented in our showlnff at 23c
See them tomorrow while the selection is at its best. '
New four -
To Be Held Tomorrow
Elaborate memorial services In
mcrncry ot the late "Vice President
Sherman vvilf be conducted 'in the
Senate tomorrow afternoon. President
Taft and Speaker CPvrk- will break
precedents by delivering addresses.
Admission to the Capitol tomorrow
will be i by card. . i "
hfKlt.ll frf .rrgOTllii aa4
nrltcOr Imrmimm. ilIHimlimc
MM forJWrt. bUttraafk.
For sale ,1a Waskiagtai hj ODea.
Heavy Fleeced Qwfty
Women's Heavy Fleeced
Union Suits, in high-neck
style, with long sleeves,
ankle length pants.
Bleached -and unbleached
kinds. Fitted waists,
and perfect form fitting.
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Ib Overcoats Consist of :
- tr-ff OVELTT FABRICS
PLAIN BLACK MATERIALS
in swagger models and conservative styles, regular
and extra length coats, some with belt and convert
ible collar. Nearly all sizes up to. C in the lot.
Stem Hair Switches
A special purchase of fln quality Wavy Switches.,
made of superior quality soft fluffy hair, mounted on
four stems priced at a saving of over two dollars..
These new four-stem Switches are the correct style foe
tho fashionable halrdresslng effects and provide an un
usual Incentive to buy new hair goods tomorrow.
They come In all the "desirable shades. Sale (O QQ
price - 0A7O
K-1NCH GRAV SWITCHES, made of good quality:
natural hair, full length and wavy. Choice of man."
shadings of light and dark gray. Usual $5.00 CJO QO
values at ,........ ........... WMmu
SPECIAL LOT OF WAVY TRANSFORMATIONS,
made of excellent grade real hafr. In all desired
shades. Well made, and worth ?iC0 each. Of- QQn
fercd" Saturday at only OC
WASHABLE HAIR ROLLS, full size, and well made.
Choice of a good assortment of shades. Special OK
Section, Second Floor.
50c and 75c values 44c
Brassieres of fine quality Batiste,
finished with narrow Hamburg
edging and yokes of embroidery in
sertion In a variety of styles.
Perfect fitting and boned with
whalebone. Finished with under
Slies 34 to 46. Extra value at 44c.