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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, MARCH 41913.,
TAFT OUSTS TWO
avenue. AH the way from the House
office building to the Corcoran Art
Gallery were tho densely packed masses
of men, women and children. As 300,000
visitors were In the city yesterday after
noon looking nt the parade, the number
of spectators must have been Close to
400.000 according to the police estimates,
for half the DODUlation of Washington
German Editor Fears
Europe May Go to War
of wax, that neither governments nor
Watch Rtpertwl Sti.
The theft of a gold watch valutc at
G0 has been reported to the, poHce by
J. R. Fearno, Jewelr, at IWFewwyl
vnnla avenue northwest. The watch was
stolen by a young man. who snatched
It from a tray yesterday afternoon and
ran out of the store.
Useful Motor Car.
LIVINGSTON. N. X. MarchT JL-May-nard
de Konde ha Invented devices by
"Political conditions In Europe today
are the most unhealthy that could be
conceived, so abnormal that wnr might
be easily precipitated overnight by a
"Germany Is practically Isolated and
should be prepared to resist overpower
ing coalitions. Qennany should strike
out before she Is enmeshed. The Kaiser
is too peace loving."
Every Hour oa the Hour to Baltimore
via Baltimore and Ohio. From NUnloii
Station -weekdays. 7 a. m. to 10 p. m,
Ticket offices. 15th St and New York
Ave, S19 Penn. Avex. and Union Station.
ALL OVER CAPITAL
BERLIN, March . Maximilian Har
den, today In an Interview, voiced the
apprehension of an European war that
apparently seems to he agitating many.
"The unprecedented preparations of
all Europe for war Is not evidence of
a desire to fight, so much as fear that
the nation will have to fight There Is
a feeling of the almost inevltableness
was down town.
Military Organizations Assigned to Headquarters in Hotels and
Various Other' Places Throughout CityPosts
for State Militia Arranged.
Some few thousands got on the wait
ing street cars and many more thou
sands waited and waited or elso walked
home. Until 9 p. m. on the ML Pleas
ant line the cars were carrying densely
packed" parade spectators home. Many
walked as far as Park road through
inability to get a seat. I
Pennsylvania Road Has Special
. Tracks Installed to Care for
"Malfeasance in Office"
Reason for Discharge
which he makes mm auioumuin
wood and f reexe ice cream.
UTIEW YORK PORT
WASHINGTON TIMES BUREAU.
ANACOSTIA. IN a. March .
The Pennsylvania rai&Oad is handling
thousands of people who are here for
the inauguration through an auxiliary
.station which U being maintained at
the north end of the Pennsylvania ave
Mue bridge npposite Twining City. A
jttdlroad yard has been specially con
structed at' this point, with tracks-and
witches laid for the occasion, and an
entrance'into the streets.aborejhas tn.cn
built. Many trains are shifted to thl3
point, so that the congestion at the
tlnlon Station has been relieved some
what through this, method of providing
fpr the entrance to the city of troops
and others. ? j.-j-j- - ..--
..The maintenance of this auxiliary sta
tion has inadeJbat particular section
of the southeastern district one of ani
mation and rapidly xhanglng scenes.
s'Troops frosu Georgia, clubs, and or
ganizations .from Michigan, New York,
"Virginia, and many-bther places were
disembarking, there last nlcht and" this
morning, .-together with hundreds of
people notconnceted with the march
ing bodies, vThe yard has been fitted
up with electric lights for the con
venience, of the .people, and to facilitate
.the movement of trains.
Thls station wilLte .used .for entfaln
lUf visitora-end- organizations as they
are leaving Uhei city after the Inaugural
ceremonies, .The coaches are parked
beneath th .bridge, awaiting ,the out
"ward movement- r .'
A provisional , police (force guarded
the southeastern -suburbs, today" and
found but'.llt,tle to.occupy 'their atten-.
tion. Theyr;wreIsiveni.orders this
morning at. thai-Eleventh precinct sta
tion to be'on-'the fatbh,for thieves.
The places, of, "buslness'In the towns
nd villages lnAhls 'parr of the Dig
.trlctfnade,an early-closing.! and prac-'
tlcally the Satire population -went-clty-'
ward to th Inauguration. The Gov-"
ernment Hospital for the, Insane was
closed In nearly all its-' departments.
.The Anacostla Methodist Episcopal)
Church has arranged to have the Rev.
Samuel W. Grafflln. Its pastor, deliver
Ms lecture entitled "The End of -the
Rainbow," as a complimentary enter-i
talnment to the people of ' Anacostla
en the evening of March li. -
f Engine Company. No. IS, was called i
from Anacostla yesterday evening a
elstance of two miles to the Knox lane,
.near Good Hope, where a fire had brok
en out In the underbrush.
tiooo Hew York and Return, Balti.
'more and Ohio R. R. Tickets good ten
days. Royal Blue trains leave Union.
Station 7. 9, and 11 a. m.; 1, 3, and 8
p. m.; 12:20 night and 2:45 a. m.
ticket offices. lBth St and N. T. Ave.,
$18 Perm. Ave, and Union Station.
The military organizations already in
Washington or due by tomorrow morn
ing will be located in the following
Essex Troop or New Jersey. Capt. B.
R. G. Roome. Sixteenth and L streets
'Culver Black Horse Troop, Capt. Rob
ert Rossow, New Ebltt Hotel.
United States Military Academy
cadets, lunch at home of Edson Brad
ley; headquarters on train In B. & O.
United States Naval Academy mid
shipmen, lunch at home of E. B. Mc
Lean; headquarters, train In Union Sta
tion. SECOND BRIGADE.
Seventeenth United States Infantry,
Major E. N. Jones, Ft. Myer.
Provisional regiment of coast artil
lery. Col. S. E. Allen, -Seventh street
Regiment of marines. Marine Barracks.
Keclment of seamen. Com. Newton
A. McCully, Na-y Yard.
Second battalion Third U. S. Field
Artillery. MaJ. C. .P. Summerall. Fort
First .Snuadron Fifteenth Cavalry
Major C. D. Rhodes. Fort Myer.
District of Columbia troops, Armory
Delaware State troops. Gov. C. R.
Miller and staff, commanding the First
Regiment of Delaware Infantry; of
ficers will be at Continental Hotel and
men at Gonzaga College.
Governor Tener and staff, Raleigh
First Pennsylvania .Engineers. Eighth
and. E streets northwest.
First Pennsylvania Infantrv. CoL W.
-p. Kldll. Convention Hall.
Fourth Pennsylvania Infantry, Col.
T. a O'Neill, Convention HalL
Tenth Pennsylvania Infantry, CoL
Richard Coulter, Eighth and E streets.
NEW JERSEY TROOPS.
Gov. James Fielder and staff. New
Brigade of New Jersey Infantry, Gen.
J. A. Mather, commanding.
Fourth New Jersey Infantry, Col. H.
H. Brlnkerhoff. Old Armory. D. C. N. G.
Second New Jersey Infantry. Col. H.
M. Reading. Old Armory. D. C. N. G.
Third New Jersey Infantry. Col. T. D.
Landon, Old Armory. D. C. N. G.
First Company, New Jersey Signal
Corps, Lieut. W. Y. Dear. Old Armory,
D. C. N. G.
Brigade of Infantry, Gen. W A. Har
ris. The brigade Is quartered In the fol
lowing places: 913 Nlnteenth street.
Seventh and H streets. 514 Ninth street,
316 Indiana avenue, 233 North Carolina
avenue, 726 Eleventh street. 100S H
First Georgia Infantry, Col. M. J.
Second Georgia Infantry, Col. X. A.
Gov. Eugene Foss and staff. Graf
Brigade of infantry, Gn. E. Leroy
Fifth Massachusetts Infantry. Col.
F. F. Cutting, First and Indiana ave
Eighth Massachusetts Infantry". Col,
F. A. Gravci?. S30 Fourteenth street.
Provisional Regiment Massachusetts
Infantry, Col. C. F. Ropes, unasslgned.
Regiment of Massachusetts Coast
Artillery. Col. W. E. Lombard, Tenth
and G streets.
First Division Massachusetts Naval
Reserves, Navy Yard.
First Troop Massachusetts Cavalry,
Eighth and K streets.
First Massachusetts Ambulance
Gov. P. L. Goldsborough and staff.
Brigade of infantry, Gcu. Charles D.
First Regular Maryland Infantry. C.
A. Little. Baltimore and unio yards.
i Fifth Regiment Maryland Infantry,
Col. L. M Rawlins, Baltimore ana
Fourth Regiment, Maryland Infan
try, Col. H. C. Jones. Baltlmor: and
One Separate Company Maryland
Coast Artillery. Capt. S. B. Austin,
Baltimore and Ohio yards.
First Brigade Maryland Naval Re
serves. Commander R. Robinson, Bal
timore and Ohio yards.
First Troop Marvland Cavalry. Capt.
J. G. Harvey, Baltimore and Ohio
First Company Maryland Hospital
Corps. CapL-H. E. Ashbury. Baltimore
and Ohio yards.
Gov. TV- H. Mann and staff.
Brigade of infantry. Gen. C C.
First Virginia Infantry, Col. TV. J.
Leedy, istrlct of Columbia Armory.
Second Virginia Infantry. CoL R. F.
Leedy, District of Coulmbta Armory.
Fourth Virginia Infantry, Col. E. E.
Goodwyn. H2F-S8 C street northwest.
NEW YORK TROOPS.
Governor Sulser and staff..
First New York Infantry. Col. C. H.
Hitchcock, Washington Inn.
Company D, Third New York Infan
try. Capt T. A. Ball. 1008 Pennsylvania
Provisional Regiment New York Coast
Artillery. CoL C. O. Davis. Baltimore
and Ohio yards.
Squadron First New York Cavalry,
Major W. R. Wright Lawrence HoteL
Provisional Battalion Second New
York Infantry. Major T. Carney, G. A.
R. Hall and Washington Inn.
NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS.
Gov. Locke Craig and staff.
First Company North Carolina Coast
Artillery, Capt E. A. Metts. unasslgned.
Second division North Carolina Re
Company L Second Infantry, capt W.'
S. Privott unasslgned.
Company D, Third Infantry, Capt J.
A. Turner, unasslgned.
Thaddeus S. Sharretts and "Roy H.
Chamberlain, members of the board of
general appraisers In New York, were
removed from office on orders Issued
last night because of "malfeasance In
The decision of the President Is based
on the recommendation of a special in
vestigating board appointed last year.
Inquiry was made Into the methods of
appraisement employed by the board
and Into the personnel. The latter re
port was acted upon by the President
Sharietts was removed on charges of
using his office to compel favors for
himself, especially Irom the Baltimore
and Ohio railroad, and of netting prece
dents that would form the basis for fa
vorable decisions in appeal cases In
which his son, E. P. Sharrotts. acted as
Chamberlain was Sound Incompetent
His actions had impaired public confi
dence in the board, according to the
Jam on Streets Tremendous
and Many Are Forced to
Walk to Their Homes.
The street car companies of Washing
ton undertook the largest Job In their
history last night and undoubtedly will
have to repeat after the parade this
afternoon. When the suffrage parade
had ended thousands and thousands of
persons tried to get home. The jam
Only those who marched In tho
parade yesterday 'have any Idea how.
many thousands of persons were on
Pennsylvania avenue. In Intersecting
streets and in buildings fronting the
$6.oo Philadelphia and Return, Balti
more and Ohio K. it Tickets good ten
days. Royal Blue trains leave Union
Station 7, 9, and 11 a. m. ; 1. 3. 4, 5, and
8 r. m.: also 12:20 night and 3:46 a. m.
Ticket offices, lBth St and N. Y. Ave
619 Penn. Ave, and Union Station.
Np Matter Where You Live
Washington's Greatest Shoe House
Is Now Right at Your Door!
Even if your home is hundreds of miles distant from Washington,
"Uncle Sam" has now extended to YOU the advantages of dealing direct
with these 3 big Shoe Stores of ours which form one of the greatest Retail
Establishments in the world devoted exclusively to Shoe Selling.
You can now buy your shoes he re BY MAIL just as easily, satisfactorily,
serviceahlv. fashinnahlv. and economically as the 100.000 WASHING.
501 TONIANS who have been our regular customers for years and years.
"We Pay the Parcel Post"
to all points within a radius of 600 miles from Washington and we
share your expense to this tame extent if you live at more distant
points. Moro than that,
WE ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE YOUR COM
PLETE SATISFACTION as to Style, Service,
and Fitting Qualities or "YOUR MONEY
BACK" plus all return expenses.
Write for "MAIL ORDER BOOKLET" and other Information.
Our Main Hoitne, Cr. 7tli nod K.
teres devoted exclusively to Shiir.
Our customers, in the aggregate, save THOUSANDS OF DOL
LARS A YEAR, with no sacrifice of Style or Quality because we buy
and sell shoes STRICTLY FOR CASH in enormous quantities, direct
from America's best factories thus reducing Wholesale Cost and Sell
' ing Expense to the minimum and with such a volume of business, can
well afford to sell AT HALF THE PROFITS of other stores. Here are
some striking examples of our SUPERIOR VALUES offered during
this "SPRING STYLE SHOW WEEK."
Womeny-VENUS" $Q.50 $4
Swagger Low Shoes at . W TE
These "VENUS' styles of ours arc "Fash
Ion Queens" they set the fashions, as thou
sands of discriminating women well know
Even'. the highest priced shoes are in no
way superior to "VENUS" standards of
high-grade workmanship. perfect-fitting
qualities, and satisfaction-giving for all
sorts of wear.
Among the new models are Pumps of ev
ery sort Oxfords of every shape, with low
heels or high heels, and some with heavy
"rope-stitched" soles. "English" Bllnd-eyclet
Oxfords and C-button Oxfords are among
Shown In White, Brown, or Black Buck.
TanWillow or Russia Calf. Black Demi or
Havana Calf and Patent Colt
"BLACK RAVEN" 9 ft "TRI-WEAR" $Q.50 & $4
Men's New Spring Shoes at f "" Shoes for Men . . " T
Herc'c a striking example of how wo
have money for our mnle patrons.
No shoe house anywhere Is putting out
VALUES to equal these "BLACK HAVEN"
Shocu at less than 3 similar fctylcn and
qualities are often sold at S3.50.
Tor. mind vou. these are GENUINE
GOODYEAR WELT (hand-sewed proceBi)
Shoes exceedingly well made, of absolutely
dependable Tan, Black, and 1'atent Lea
thers. Come in many new spring shapes, ex
treme as well as conservative. Button and
Laced High Shoes and Low Shoeh. aUo, If
you want them.
For vears and years thesi shoes have en
joyed a popularity that bespeaks their re
markably HIGH STANDARDS of workman
ship, comfort, and durability and although
the wholesale cost of shoes is now so high
that we would bo Justified In selling such
good shoes at $.ri a pair Bprlng "TRI
WEAR" prices have been maintained at
$3.50 and $4
Always abreast of tho times in style;
you men will surelv be delighted with the
new pritig "TRI-WEAIl" lr.stM. Both high
anil low cuts are here. In the popular "Eng
lish" flat custom toe. low-heel models; also
"high toe" and the more conservative shapes.
In all the best tan and black leathers.
Boys' "TBMVEAK" Shoes $2 and $2.C0.
"Opeiing Special" $9 10
Vuu Wiaai't Camnv Pntnnc A
Three rand-new styles In tan
Russia call black gun metal calf
and patent leather.
Just the stylet tbst young wnmsn ti 111
-want thU seanon those lull, round
"bln" toe. with modfrauljr low hMlr.
Trimmed with wide nllk. tailored bow.
' And not that these litvo eenulno
GOODl'EAP. VTEI.T- atyitA ole, which
ajsure flexibility, durability and "no
Tbese unuaually rood valcaa but only
a limited quantity of them tor this
OPENING WEEK" apeclal at .U.
-JggljAmj SHOE HOUsJF
Cor. 7th and K Sts.
1914-1916 Pa. Ave. 233 Pa. Ave. S.E.
"Opening Special" $? QC
Women's New Spring Boots, '
Very extra values, thpsc try to
better them anywhere at $3. CO It
can't be done!
WHITE NUBUCK Button Boots.
TAN RUSSIA CALF Button Boots.
Hero In four brand-new spring
styles exceedingly falilonable
styleR new shapes new tips low
or high heels.
"SPRING OPENING WEEK SPE
CIAL" at $2.9B the pair.
April Styles, of Pictorial
Review and Ladies' Home
Journal Patterns Are Here
Alio the FREE FASHION SHEETS
and the Fashion Maiailne. "GOOD
DRESSING," presenting a real "pac.ant"
or fetching; fashions. '
Ask for a Fro Sheet tomorrow at Fat
tern Store Street Floor.
fir 3rPAAvr. 7r m f
rHE BUSY CORNER
"Sweets" for the Nation
In Souvenir O P?s
Boxesa Pounds 0IyC
In the whole country there Is
BOsW better at soc and SOc a pound.
I , V I - -I- I
If You Have N ever , Attended
a Busy Corner Suit Sale ?riSf.
And Get One or More of the Smartest, Most Stunning Spring Models, $25 to $35 Values
For One Day Only,$l 1.9
Most Washington women will need no second. invitation to be here, because they know from past exprinc ef
the notably good values always to be had on occasions of this kind at Kann's. We are conservative when we say Hmm
this lot of 500 suits is the best of any of our; previous special suit sales. - """-'
Each of these suits is distinctively new, embracing.the new Bulgarian and cutaway effects. Some are ptakr
tailored, others are elaborately trimmed. , v '
New Draped Skirts, New Persian Collars, New Blouse Effects, New Trimmings, New Weaves in Bedford
Cord, Faile, Joplins, Eponges, Serges, and Whipcords.
This offer for one-day, Wednesday only. Visitors" will particularly find this to be aa opportunity te btry e.
new spring suit in the Nation's Capital, from its besrstore at a price not dreamed of for the high qwality. $25 t
uarment store, second ttoer.
$35 Suits at $17.95.
A Scmrealr that a wotaaa wosll
really appreciate aa esnsias;
A Waist or Dress
Length of Spring
SILK AND COTTON SHIRT
INGS, all In the very latest striped
designs lavender, blue, brown,
black, and green stripes on white
? rounds. They can scarcely be told
rom the all-silk shirtings, and
they wear and wash remarkably
well.- 31 Inches wide. Our A An
price, tomorrow, a yard frrlv
IMPORTED FRENCH VOILES.
27 inches wide, in the new and
moat charming of Jouy (or "Dolly
varaen-rj patterns; very quaint ana
dainty when made up Into dresses
or waists. Plain white grounds,
with-the pretty little all-over de
signs 'in colors; also some tinted
grounds, such as blue, lavender,
and pink. yZl Inches wide. A CA
Wash Goods Store Street Floor.
For Spring Wear
The constantly increasing pa
tronage we receive on our Silk
Hosiery speaks volumes for Its re
liability. Women's Silk Boot Hose; thread
silk where it shows, mercerized
lisle in foot and top, where the
wear comes. We have them in
black, white, tan, pink, blue, navy.
bronse, or gray, rer
Women's All-silk Hose, with deep
garter top; full regular made, high
spliced heels and double toes; In
black, white, tan, and navy, rrr
Pair I Oi
Women's Pure Silk Hose; full
regular made, with high-spliced
heels and toes; also wide gar
ter hem; black or white. QQA
Hosiery Store; Street Floor.
Don't Let Anything Hinder
Your Attending Kann's
Great Sale of Fine
Visitor Are Going Wild Over It
and Buying Liberally of the
New Lots Placed on the Tables
The- Jjmmt flaring You Can Make
In Moat Cases You Can Save
Choice at 10c, 15c, 19c,
25c, 39c, 49c, 69c, 98c,
$1.98, $2.98, $3.98
Visitor or Resident,
If ou need an extra AValat,
why nut Investigate these f
Good Values in
Embroidered Voiles In all-over
Some real lace trimmed.
Some hand embroidered.
Also a number with touches of
And others finished with Impe
BI.7.KR STHIPKD SHIRTS.
$5.00 values In Tailored Shirts of
Low and high neck styles.
Dialer striped silks and plain col
Some have little sailor ties of
AH strictly tailored, mannish
waist store second Floor.
. ........ ..... l-nnnni-irin
A Stor? With Many Attractions
v I ? M 0mXr rJaeat Store em the Mala '-karaaarfcfare of the
KaUoa'a Capital Midway Betwee th Watte Hawse aa Capitol-.
Sefcre the aaoet aeeeaathl.
. . Patronlaa our well equipped Beasaaiaat. one of Washington's
.Ifowet prices prevail. Open 8:J0 a. m. to p. m.
w have the most varied display of souvenir post cards to be
found anywhere. v
We have a wsll equipped souvenir department.
" have a free checking system for packages.
We have comfortable restroom for ladles, wtth free stationery,
we have substatlorupost office, where post cards can be addressed
We have private telephone booths for local or long-distance
We have a telegraph station.
We have a free bureau of Information, where questions can be
asxed about the location of any department n the store, or points
reaaralnar tnm ,ltv triv.n
regarding the city given.
We have one or the largest and
This .More Is rightly known as
1 spat- IAr1 4ArriraBi na ti vKa lfw
r ".ui v""rr j:-r.rT" ,"3J-"t.
. r w. .y' mm iud uuotcBb siure m bus vvsajimg-
eep In mind this store Is no farther away at any time than
your mall box.
The Parcels Post Servfee, of which we take every advantage, in
sures prompt and economical delivery of any purchases you may
YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME
sjaaasaasSaaaj s ..- e.,-Jnnjnjxnnj
Clearance of Trunks
More Room Needed in Our Warehouse
-Quick Disposal of These Trunks Will Give It to Us
Prices Therefore Sharply Clipped to
Accomplish Our Purpose Quickly
All kinds of good Trunks to se
lect from well known makes
Steamers, regulation slses. Ward
robes, Hat Trunks, etc.; canvas
covered, fiber covered, best brassed
trimmings, and unplckable locks.
Each one equipped with trays
and hat compartments.
BUT NOW for that summer
trip you are bound to take.
Visitors will flnrl thU a n-
time to purchase a trunk. At
any rate, see these lots.
Steamers, J4.50 values; An OUT
32-ln. size 9Zst7t
ttUiO Trunks, 33 and
$10.00 Steamers, 56 to t?jr JT
40 In 9D.J d
I2JS0 Trunks, ?.i to ? OCT
0 In tbD.OO
S12.S0 Steamers, 22
15.O0 Skirt Trunk. 4
trays; 38 to 44 In.
SIS to SI 8 Trunks; 3S fffl rVP
to 40 in 3i7. D
Do Not Vonrrt You Hare Pro mis rf To Taka. . urn. -- a
Souvenirs of Washington
Three Loeatlona la the Store Where Yon May Find These.
Jewelry Store Stationery Store Toy Store
At the Jewelry Store :
Tou will find Ash Trays.
Spoon Baskets.. Napkin Rings.
Stamp Boxes.. Match Boxes.
Toothpick Holders.. Bottle Open
ers..Paper Cu t te rs.. Paper
wcignts..inK wens.. ana
Nail Clippers, at
Card Holders Sterling Silver
Spoons.. Stelnn. .Lo v I n g Cups..
Napkins l:lntrs..C o 1 1 a r Button
Boxes .. Pocket Knives .. Jewel
Boxes.. Vanltv Boxes.. Coin purses
..Paper Weights.. Ash Trays..
Belt Buckles and Pins.. Brooch
Pins.. Hat Pins.. Work Boxes..
At the Toy Store:
Drinking Cups In Leather
Cases.. Steins. .Napkin Rings..
Cigarette Cases.. Scissors and
Paper Cutters In Leather Cases..
Drinking Cups.. Ink Wells.. Let
ter Boxes and 8tamp QQA
Boxes, at 70C
A large assortment of Sterling
Sliver Spoons In all the different
49c and 98c
Spoons in all
SOUVENIR WALKING DOGS $1.00 to $X45.
The FAMOUS BING DOGS, in which are Included St Bernards.
English BulIdSgs. and French Poodles: covered with the best felt
and Imported plush: all have collars and leaders. ALL ARE '
HARKED "WASHINGTON. D. C."
SOUVENIR DOLLS, DOLLAR VALUE, at 40c.
These are dressed in the latest styles of DollvlUe, are 14 inches
high, and have closing eyes, blondes or brunettes. With special
Inaugural decoration. Take one home to your little girl.
At the Stationery Store:
The New Souvenir Books of
At 10c, 25c, 50c and $1.00
Pennants of all kinds at Special Prices.
These are stamped in pretty, ex
clusive designs, aad have scalloped
dees all ready to t embroidered.
The price la special for-Wedn essay
STwr"T" avrraf -an-tam nina
TERNS, exclusive patterns In
veUee or aherette. wK plenty of
material In the pattern to make
them np In almost any de- rc
sired style. Choice DOC
STAVPim UTTDStn anrsn -
whit l!nn In mw Ammlw. ..
French or eyelet embroidery; In
25x45 rVffw J 20x54 QO.
inches., tin, J Inches.. HOC
and stamped In designs te -match
the bureau scarfs; different atsea,
25c, 29c -i 39c .
Art Store Third Floor.
Arrived Just in Time to '
Go on Sale Tomorrow
& .25 and $1.50
TP VAM vnitM ltV. 1
with you some little remembrance
to.tne,wAf mother, daughter, or
slater left at hnm tho mn.
predated "souvenir" would be
something to wear. These gulmpes
are in great demand, and our price
Made high neck, long- sleeve style.
" i. uiv ooicom.
.mv.a jiout buuuv .laces, vai.
white, black, and ecru.
SLEEVELESS OUI3TPES. of
plain net. Imitation tacked net. or
shadow laces. Tomor- np.
.--. ...... u. ,-wJiXKJ, OS. OlSl
nsr. cremL a, rvitll tn ... avj
with coat suit or dresses OdC
E W STYLE BOWS, of velvet or
chiffon, forming roses, in all the
NEW BULGARIAN" RUCHINGa
rian silk in pretty fold effects: use
AUK uau lur DIUIIIKB. HDSCISL nw -
i yard ; OC
Neckwear Store Street Floor.
Washable Gloves of
Chamois and Doeskin
Can von find aa arood aualltlea u
these elsewhere at the same prices?
Remember. It is a question of
QUALITY, and you should come in
and examine them. That you will
men purcnase nere we reel assured.
Women's White Washable Doe
skin Gloves ,
1 -clasp Prix seam style, $1.00.
13-button lengths at S2.25.
16-button lengths at 12.75.
Women's White Washable Cha
I-button Trlx seam style. $1.00.
K-button lengths.' pair. $2.50.
Glove Store Street Floor.
Petticoats at $2
MESSALINE PETTICOATS. In
different styles, made with fine
knife pleating; others made with
deep sectional ruffle; colore are ca
nary, Copenhagen, navy blue, emer
ald, green, tan. American beauty
red. wistaria, and reseda rt AA
MESSALINE PETTICOATS: three
different styles; taffetas, plain and
changeable. made with deep
flounce; finished with little pleated
ruffle and dust ruffle. Messaline
made, with deep flounce, with wide
tucks and knife pleating- above.
Another style Is made with two
sectional flounces, knife pleated
and tucked. In brown, green.
American beauty, navy bine, laven
der, gray. xan. taupe ana mnc
white, at 9wv
Petticoat Store Second Floor.
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