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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, BECEIBER 7, 1013.
"GIRL OP HYSTEHY"
. TELLS LIFE STORf
Mary Louise Ferris Pleads for
Release From House of De
tentionDenies Any Blame.
(Continued from First PagcA
fctoutly insisted that she cared for, noth
ing. "Why did I have to come back hereV'
tie asks repeatedly. "1 am an orphan
girl all alone in a fctrange city, except
for Dr. Nive'rs. a friend of the family,
whom I was taught to call 'Uncle '
"I know nothing of any trouble in
Indiana, where they said I was wanted
by the police! Do I look. like a' crimi
nal? "Why do. I have to stay here? I am
Used to better things than 1 am getting
here! I have money, and I have friends
out of the city to whom I can go. Why
won't they let me out
"My parents arc both fiead. My
father was a Methodist minister, and I
was brought up by Martin Ferris and
his wife. I had two bisters, one of
whom is now in Manila, who also lived
"I have lived In Princeton all my life,
and have earned money ever since I
was big enough to do anything. I work
ed at dlfferei. places and I have raised
chickens and sold eggs at A and 60
cents a dozen.
"I dl? dressmaking around in the
jwjghborhocil and saved every penny I
earned. I wasn't like other girls who
trend all tlvir money on candy and
clothes or foolish things. My sister
married a rich man and she furnished
ray clothes, so could save my money
to come to h?r. '
Following habeas corpus proceedings
brought in behalf of Miss Ferris yester
day and the receipt of a message from
Martin Ferris In Indianapolis declaring
that the girt was his daughter and ask
ing that she be tent back home, the girl
is charged on -no blotter at police head
quarters as being a "fugitive from par
ents " The telegram asked that the
monev and je.velry in her possession,
amounting in value to $2,000 be sent by
express to Mar'li Ferris.
Last night Miss Ferris had three cal
1 rs Dr. Nivers. whom she' calls
' I'ncle." Attorney Matthew K. O'Brien,
j.nd Dr. James S-hea Montgomery, rec
or of the Metropolitan Episcopal
Church. Dr. MJntgomery's visit bright
ened Miss Ferris up considerably, and
she was much more cheerful after he
"I am confident that Miss Ferris will
bo released tomorrow morning," said
Attorney 11. E. O'Brien, ho is counsel
for the girL "No matter what the
showing Is when a return is made in
court on the habeas corpus writ, or
what charges are made, she will be re
leased, whether on bail or without bail.
She cannot be held longer In this man
lier. Ferris Wanted Postmaster Removed.
"We. feel that there were no grounds
lor Uiis 'girl's arrest and that when the
facts are known "this will be proved.
"Martin Ferris, who reared this girl
and her sister, was indicted in Indiana
In connection with an alleged matri
monial agency. .
"He came to Washington to ask the
"l WAS A
Consumed Quart of Whisky
Every 24 Hours.
mcialwrs of he Indiana delegation in
. onress to request the Postmaster
General to remove the Princeton post
muster. "Ferris brought the gril with him to
Washington, and took her to a board
ing house on Massachusetts avenue.
They stayed there for one night, and
had a dispute with the landlady ever
tome extra charge on baggage.
Thin lie look her to a Ninth street
braiding house, and left her in the cus
tody of Dr. George Niver. She com
plained of the food there, and was taken
to another place b Dr. Niver. With the
aid of a oung society woman who be
came interested in the girl, she .ocured
another boarding house. Dr. Niter was
called out ot the citv frequentlj. tie
said, rnd lie wished the girl to be in
"The girl became dissatisfied, how
ever, and. through the kinill intentions
of those who wanted to be her friends
and who sought protection lor her from
the authorities, she came into tlie hands;
of the Kplice
"Thcylarrested her forthwith, and af
ter her arrest communicated with the
Princeton authorities, and were told
that Ferris haJ been indicted for an j
alleged connection with a matrimonial
"The girl's mother died when she was I
born, and her father died six weeks
later According to the girl's story,
Martin Ferris and his wife reared her
and her two sisters in their home, in
Says oGId Is Missing.
"My information is that this girl is
only wanted as a witness, and I think
the action of the police in holding her
without bail s wholly indefensible."
Miss Ferris told Attorney O'Brien
that If t',e P'ibl'slied accounts of tho
amount of gold pieces found sewed up
in the hem of her skirt were correct she
had been robbed. She said slio had
sewed up J.0 and that the police said
only SfiO had been turned ocr to them.
Attorney O'Brien said today that ho
had taken that matter up with tho
police, and had been told that the skirt
had been search? J by a woman who had
been interested in he case and that JO)
was all that nad been turned over by
the person making the search.
Avoided Queer Appearances.
Dr. Niver resented the efforts to make
it appear that there had been anything
relating to his connection with tho af
fair that could bo open to question.
"f assumed what amounted to a guar
dianship of the girl because 1 was re
quested to do so by her uncle," Dr.
Niver said. "I placed her in the Berry
home because I was called out of town
a creat deal, and did not wish her to be
left alone in a strango city. I called
upon her a fen times while she was
with the Berys. but did not take her
to theaters or accompany her to other
places of amusement.
"I knew that she would like to go
out more, but I studiously avoided any
thing that could cause the slightest
talk, because the gin had been placed
in my custody, and I was determined
that she should oe protected, even from
"The girl is entirely Innocent, and
there is no reason in the world why she
should be held in this manner."
Major Sylvester has received a tele
gram from D. J. Haley, chief of police
uf Piinceton, ind . saying he had rea
son to I'clicvc that the girl who is held
here Is "Mary" or "Ticssle" Fen is.
l.iown as the daughter of Martin and
Kmniu Ferris. ,
lie . Mured the information that Fer
ns believes the girl to be his daughter.
The loer.-age said that thn rfrl 1ms nn
impediment in her speech. Haley also
informed .Major Sylvester that the girl
known as "Mary" or "Trcssle" Fer
ns has been mvay from Princeton since
It is said that the final disposition
of the case probably will depend upon
the contents of tho letter that United
States Attorney Miller, of Indianapolis,
has mailed to United States Attorney
Wilson, in this city, with a photograph
of a Miss Ferris. If it should develop
that the girl 13 actually wanted In In
diana, she will be held for requisition
Fifty Are Rescued
From Factory Fire
NEW YORK. Dec. 7. Fifty girls and
men were rescued from death shortly
after noon today bv firemen during a
blaze at Houston and Mercer streets.
All were employes of the Gutmann Nov
elty Company, which occupied the fifth
fioor of a ten-story frame building a
block west of Broadway.
The fire started on the sixth floor
and Chief Kenyon responded on the
second alarm. Fifteen' engines pump
ed water intij the burning building.
The firemen carried and guided all the
occupants down the fire escapes to
safety. Only one man was overcomo
by smoke. A high wind threatened for
some time to spread the .fire.
CURRENCY VOIE IN
NEXT WEEK LIKE
Adoption of Kern Resolution
Also Makes Possible Holiday
Two important questions beforo Con
gress havo been practically settled as
the result of the passage of the Kern,
ii-auiuuuii lur uibuk unu uay sessions
of the Senate until the currency bill
Is voted on and as the outcome of
informal negotiations among Demo
cratic and Republican leaders.
The currency bill will become a law
sooner than seemed to bo possible a.
few weeks ago, and Congress will take
Its usual holiday recess. This will
enable the President to" take a Christ
mas vacation also.
While there is no hard-and-fast ar
rangement, it Is tentatively understood
that the currency bill will bo voted
on not later man uecemoer 17. This
will make it possible for It to get
through conference and become a law
about December HO.
Little conflict Is expected In confer
ence. Chairman Carter Glass of the
House Banking and Currency Commit
tee, and his Democratic colleagues on
the committee will take their orders
from the Whlto House. The President
probably will decide what features of
the Senate bill should be accepted by
tho House, and Mr. GlassJ will agree
to the White House decision. The rc-i
suit will be little delay in the confer-1
ence committee uness tho present!
prospect changes. '
The fact that a vote is to be forth
coming earlier than expected is due to
the determination of Republicans lead
ers not to open themselves to the charge
of obstruction. The Democrats aro
saying the financial and business condi
tions of the country demand prompt)
aciiuu. j.iie itcpuuiicuus uavo con
cluded to point out the defects of the
bill, mako reasonable efforts to remedy
them, and then let the Democrats pass
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UIU Win IWGjr ltU.Uk IU JJOOa UHU WiU
the responsibility for It.
The Senate Is under agreement to
take up the Alaska railroad bill tomor
row. But it will bo laid aside, and tha
Senate debate on the currency will
then be on in full swing. Senators
HolIIs. Pomcrene. Nelson, and Swanson
will be among the earliest speakers on
the currency Dill.
The following offleer have bi
elected by the Gen. M. Emmet Urell
Auxiliary. No. 5, U. S. W. V.: Cella
I'each, president; Anna P. H. Clarke,
senior vice president; Elizabeth E.
Tucker, junior vice president; Sarah
Faynton, chaplain; Jeanctte Huston,
patriotic Instructor; Harriet M. Daly,
historian: B. Pier BegeL conductor: Viva
Wambolt, assistant conductor; Ejtello
A- Bycrs, guard: Johanna Ucnzman. as
sistant guards Jessie Prlngle. Mary
Cassidy. Mary Barteman. and Grace
Steen. color bearers: .Helen T. Murphy.
treasurer; Maud 8. Ponton, secretary.
WmM j like taao tha klaka aat n tau yoor
aalr tmtkL Osr tic Baak ciftat. rmt Snt ak-
"The Up-Stairs Store"
Come op-stairs art save 25 1
wo nave no hign rent ana un-
: necessary fixtures, our business J
' is conducted at very little ex- J
: pense. You can share in this
; saving by coming up-stalrs. jj
$25,000 Stock of 3
DIAMONDS and WATCHES H
A small cash deposit will hold 2
' any piece. ,
CHAS. E. TRIBBY, Jr.
Metropolitan Bank Bo lid Ins,
013 15th St. Itooin .".00.
Offlco Hours Week Days to C
P. M. Saturday 9 P; M.
UMiual Sale of
On account of the backward season caused
by the mild weather we are forced to make the
following: special prices: ,
Value elsewhere $40 $J"
POINTED FOX SETS, flj C P
- Value elsewhere $70 vp JJ
NEAR SEAL COATS, C A
Value elsewhere S7Q 4JU
No other store in Washington can offer such
jWo are manufacturers, thereby saving you
the middleman's profit. r
Win. Rosendorf , TfeWtor
1213 G Street N. W.
Our Infants' Department
Attractive Values Dcmnnd Your Patronage.
I V X LB S S
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'IMlIllillll'"'I'i'IiilliiilllIltl?iiti??l!tTTtf x '
f Mr t i
I.ong and Short Serge Coats
for babies: made of fine French
cream serge, with silk embroid
ered shoulder capes
and si IK edged
cuffs and collars..
$2.00 Babies' Silk
White Silk Dresses. that
launder beautifully, for small
babies: prettily made, with all-
over lace oerthas and
edged with lace ruffle;
trimnieu skirt to match.
Silk Bonnets, Worth to 98c
Silk-lined Messaline Satin and Wash
Silk Bonnets, in richly ribbon-trimmed
styles, in either French or high ruched
$1.50 White Bedford Cord Coats
bhort and Long White Washable Bedford
.coru coats, made with double shoulder
cape, edged with silk braid; warmly
lined and interlined
Bleached Knee-length Rib
bed Pants: wide umbrella
ruffle, edged with luce, and
long-sleeve high-neck i rr
Full-cut, splendidly made
Drawers of good quality,
made with three fine corded
tucks and heavy
Drawer and Corset Cover
Combinations of soft fine
cambric, with yoke of deep
embroidery, run through
with silk ribbon:
drawers edged with AfJlUn
linen lace 1l7C
Most perfect-fitting Bras
sieres made; the famous
"Model" Brand. V-shape em
broidery yoke and braid-
edged shoulder straps,
open front or back
39c to 50c Wide
Fancy Silk Ribbons
Plain, Stripe. Dresden, and
Moire Ribbons, In medium or
wide widths; every Or.
possible color in lot... td
1 Day's Boys'
89c Boys' Shawl
U. S. Trust Co. or Munsey Trust Co.
Christmas Savings Fund Checks Cashed
Extraordinary Sweater ial
tie; Boys' gra ami maroon
color heavyweight, close
Tvoicn Coat Sweater; made
with large stylish shawl col
lar; French Cuffs
and fronts and hi)
pockets; 21 to at
"Wht,i Your Dollars Count Host"
720-22-24 7th St N. W.
1GEHTS FOR HOME JOURIUL PATTERNS
50c to 69c Teddy Bear Blankets
Fink and bine wool nap Daby ((C
Blankets, In pretty Oriental pat- V
terns; one day's price . AV
$1.50 California Wool Baby Blankets
Mlk Crocnctcd Scalloped- Artf
rd?H Teddv Rl:inlipis; nink UXv
Tremendously Good Values in Lace
Curtains, Tapestry, Covers, &c
5)1.75 Ecru and White
7 new dcslcns of Xottlns
ham and Cable Net Curtains.
2 by 3 yards Ions; in hand
some floral or plain
net styles. with
matched havy bor
$5.00 Irish Point
Elegant, Fine Irish Point
curtains, in exquisite all-over
floral patterns, with rlcbybor-
aer designs: onjy
23 pairs In lot, so
snop early . .,
$2.00 Hemmed or Fringed Couch
Rich oriental striped or figured designs.
heavyweight Couch covers; splendid
mercerized silk-finish; either knotted
fringe edged or hemmed . .-.
39c Mexican Drawn Work, Linen
Scarfs and Shawls
Extraordinary collection of Union
Linen Shawls or Scarfs; beautiful
drawn-work border patterns; In several
Patronage-Making Prices' on
Seasonable and Depend
able Piece Goods
8c Furniture Calicoes and Challies
Pretty colored and designed calicoes and wooly
enecis in cnauies, colors ana patterns especially
cuerure .Jr quins, covering lor snirtwalst
boxes, or dra per effects. .Monday's bar
I Take the Elevator to Our Second Floor Suit Department I
The splendid values will more than repay you for the trip
10c Yard-Wide Percales
Remnant lengths of yard-wide percales in
splendid neat designs of stripes and smart figures;
gooo quaiuy ciotn. tne quantity is limned.
to avoid disappointment we suggest an
early call. Mondays bargain greeting..
35c Dresden Crepe Eponge
Xencst dress goods novelty, dainty Dresden
Ro-t- Figured Crepe Eponge, in solid pink, light
liluf ar.d laender. nn white ground, the
sweetest and most of thih teasun s crepe
iponge effects. Monday's bargain greeting.
VICTORY IN 3 DAYS
It xon know anyone who drinki alcohol
In any toniu n-cularly or ixtioiIikiUt. Irt me ail
hit KliLK look,' IciutrKUoiuofao Alrobol blave."
1 drank beer nt Urn. tlien k-ranoally drvel
oie1 into a. druikT ot MroniT lujuur.tlieaiDf aK
tuaiir do U Immi driiikmi! liravHy I nouldn't lieu
tatnoiwwniuyroat lotrt (.pints. hTFlian-Tt dntiki
rm do tiijurY.'yet for Iouk mi ioiIs 1 touid aviak.j
I dnnk orcrr&fjuart of Trliifcky rum or kii Uailj
-n soiih; imz-d dnnks attd l.-i-r additionally
I riHinairnd IuMiobi, lieullli and social
tiMrtuuiliei, nttdJs Taimly !nueralle lr;ft ipi
t mtii-W ajj'l tM am an lmu orthy uimHi-oiiit Uir
in upon aa rrt Hi Mioonkefpers w1k flwcr
1 r look my in ! tor the ihjio tliryzartrtiH'.
I or 10 )jirl kept It ni,nnd I TraMtcKatdnt
na IwiM-lt x anoitft 'tnf. dHl tne no i. ofl
I utuou I lure a jojom inesaceloidriiikei:6.
Beautiful quality yarn mercerized poplins, in a
kaleidoscopic range of colors; colors for street or
evening wear: permanent finish luster. 4 4 i
that will stand the hardest kind of II r-g
usage. Monday's bargain greeting 1X4,
19c 38-inch Voiles
l'inc quuliH ci isp xoile.x an uniiMially attrac
tive di&plaj of colors "uiiabh for htic t. evening
wear waists. These colors await our mspi ctiun.
I'UiK, light blue. mode, black, white,
lavender, navj, Copenhagen, in.tliog
mj, and old roe. Monday s bargain
12MJC Fruit-of-theLoom Cotton
Fruit of the Loom Cotton, noted for its wearins
standard of excellence. ;i household brand;
1 000 jards to be sold over our counters for
Monda's bargain greeting, aril
II ' r fin 'a ' A) flU
IV" f-lh'K 'UxJIimM
$12.50 Serge Coat Suits
Women's Strictly All-wool Storm
Serge Coat Suits; newest 3-4 length
stylish cutaway front style; lined
throughout with good
quality satin lining; In
black and blue; all sizes'
$6.98 Women's Long
Full-length Black Kersey Coats for
Women: neat tailored stylo; single
breasted, with mannisn
revers and seniilltted
$25 to $35 Finest Coat Suits
Choice of 100 high-grade Suits of
chiffon, broadcloth, ratine finish
eponge, silk matelassc and poplin,
crepe de chine, duvetynes, and
French serge, in 8 exclusive styles,
including the chic draped model
Every fashionable, color mahogany.
all snaaes ot tan.
brown, blue, and
gray, novelty mix
tures and black
$10:00 Women's Coats
Novelty draped Coats and full
length normal lifting Garments of
bluo and black astrachan. in brown
and gray zelMMlne. made with collars
or near rur and brocado
velvet: and large frog
1 wm cuwur.
$15 Chiffon Party Dresses
Exquisitely modeled Dresses of silk.
chiffon over satin, with bodice of
shadow lace and delightfully ex
treme width chiffon, roses and rib
bon binding. Evening
Hhatles of maize, pink.
blue, lavender, and
$4.98 Women's Serge
87 Blue, Black and Brown Wool
Serge one-piece Dresses, made In
pretty styles to select from; one
model 13 particularly
effective with banding.
trimming and ruffled
F our stunning
styles of wide
wale Serge and
Cheviot Suits; one
model has braid
edged rovers and
a n d cuffs a n d
draped skirt, in
grav, blue, and
$25 to $35 Plush,
Moleskin and Broca
ded Velvet Coats
8c and 10c Dress Ginghams
lres Ginghams in . wide range of i lens aii'i
I n lonngs. ei-'xc . Il -ood f i t'lildnt
' v . ,11 iii.J also for women s house drcse"
londa i bargain greeting. aid .
27 Novelty Coats of choicest
fabrics for .troet or evening wear.
made in draped butttrlly or long
p i a l n const;! va
llv st vies s'.itln
linid . .
iiicrny or ioiik
Unexcelled Waists and Silk Petti
coats for Monday Selling
$3.00 Silk Waists and Lace Blouses
Immense collection of stunning shadow laco
blouses and messaline satin. Taffe.ta and
wash silk waists in fluffy ruffled or
tailored styles, open fronts or backs.
high or low neck
$2.00 Crisp Voile Waists
Biggest variety in town at this price; all the
clunj lace banded ruffled voile blouse; the net me
dallion yoked voile in the sweet simple lin
gerie waists put on sale Monday. Values to
$1.98 Messaline Skirt
Emerald green, American beauty.
Ivory, black, white, &c. underskirts
made with line tucked ruffles
$3.50 Taffeta and Satin Skirts
Black and changeable and plain shades expensive quality
chiffon, taffeta, and messaline skirts, in every wanted color;
four beautiful models
$10 Slk Poplin and
you with the
quality and style
of tho Dresses
put on sale at
this price. Dutch
or high neck
model with all
over lace yokes
and ruffle collars,
and draped skirts.
of stylo selling to
$10, Monday price,
'Net and Silk
Delightfully trimmed with fine
Val. lace Inserting and
Dutch or high neck
Made of extra quality Madras, Percale. Pongette,
Solsette, and Domet Flannel; extra run cut
and well made; trimmed with silk frog3
and pearl buttons; all sizes
Heavy quality; made with extra high
spliced heel; in black only
Men's $6 Wool Blanket Lounging Robes
Made in coat style, with silk corded rfttf) 0
edgings; in handsome designs and col- Mk UX
orings Wv VJ
Men's 35c Silk Fc -in-Hand Neckwear
Neatly boxed for hoi gifts; to a
wide range of light am k effects..
Men's 12V2C Seamless Half Hose
Medium-weight and f.
black, gray, tan, and nav
1 1 iimi .. -mm
69c Seamless Sheets
Double-bed size Seamless Sheets; made of
strong-woven round-thread cotton, with deep
3-inch hem; these sheets are absolutely free of
starcny dressing; an orierlng or un
usual merit: limit three to a customer.
Monday's bargain greeting
It's the size of the spread that counts, as well
as tno quality; ttieso spreads will measure up to
your expectation; pretty raised patterns, care
fully hemmed ends, and extra good weight cro
cheted spreads that will stand a long
siege of tubbing. Monday's bargain
iiofhirs W I Biggest and Best Dolls in Washington for the Price Are to Be Had at Behrends
Willie drift Iiic lrom luirl in uonciixnli
iureflof Kim; lcotiol lo I uiijierteilir lotirxl
u true remedy. It Mtni my We. !gutnior
itilrmV h-il.ii ir health wits qulrkl re
Htoreil; ami I tnaine ainl am a ttle-tattleii:ai
er.ioyiMg eTery teht of 1'vicni Horn aix-uiw-1
HH-ohol 1 upcedilr aiht iiiutalljr Ul all dfMte U r
drtnL. I took less and less. I tpah to Hftt-r tf.i,
xtlet Imitennilk arwl oilier non-.ilry hollo Wi'juIp
tbt era lute fer lli nor eeaiw-d. I ull li
ertri y. my r.oinn.-h lriimrVf-U arwt 1 iMovt-if-t
1 rjtm rt ifr ailiiteirls whif-h uralouUrdlj ueie flue
to ny duiiErm-c lit &UoiiS rtrlnk
It wn done in 3 lnft; U I lta1 rlii it.m
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r ii h ir4i:iol (ti.ire tiafl tin will iifiiifrw blip
(Irhikliiir I iiurcil mi stic-itly nt liaiu e imh 'I
t uir 1'i.u I 1i1i1c1 to ii-lp liiifini-iln t uih
uiiol i-rs ly fliirtisii hnn Imii inaiTflou. loi I
I xr i tr 4:i1e.uintnt(l m ol !!-iO-oi"aiUitti1
1 r fih1iiii; to any liulne. anyirlifir My ll-tlille
liarr il-ivwI tetoiis'it ilnnkrrs . the lie! im ludrs yry
many ieioni in all n-alk ot lite. 1 will m1 uu
tHtluioniali by the Iintulred rvery oiwot
wlnrli you can Tenly i! any were nayed from tlio
mink habu becaiue they drurrxl to set nd or It lor
ftct awl ot tiers who did nut Iiaie even tliai inurh
'nil poiretl(t.weierricnMl vuimui their inotrirdoe
Iit loving Tivn. motkert. or Inrnds. Tlie atier
tttmot riddance ot drink habit rhoold t3rtitenrT
ttirouEtiuot tlie entire liody ; the iiiitkI. mrtiioiy and
will iKjiTtr may ( Komlerullu tlrtugllinrd.
I tell nbont tlicniTret In mr book.wlilih
I iid I'KIKtu every iMrtoiuoririHtiYeorfrieii(ti
vlio take alctiiol m any luitu toextvae Tlie iiir
wiilos:iw! tli drutiltnrd. I irlou-e iney
rryTnldiry raeli rutnii I .s my ryminilliy Unln
U ilir.rl .1 UwvKiH--ii li rr New orl ,N .
yi liriuedie. are lor eitiirr le.-ul n jii-riodi-ful
lrinU-m. Think ol u-iiconiplet'' mill
'lelisrhtrul nrpreomiiii: ol lrlnk tiiihlt
l-:ueeu I'riday nicht and Momlliy
II I gh t-or i ny ot her ? li ours.
JVBMIM OK WOMEN. ANY AGE.
To relatives, triendR.or emplo)enl ay
liyoa want tOMTe a ilrtnkerm .eqmckeM lima
and coraplelely. with or without his knowledge and
with atwoluie aatety, lead my tioofc cfltn ttuingei
I will tend yon my book. In plain -wrap,
per. iiomi.Uy. nortpald. It telli of my own raieer
mid or Ibewonderlul method, also cires valualile
ulonnation. .So oilier hook like It. letpeciallyai)-I-eal
lo tlioae who luvenaMed money ou treat menu
rreincdlerliieli had uo latum; etfect. lieuwmlier.
It coau uotliluc: you will jrys le Kind lliat
tou wrote. Corrupondetier atnrtly conndential.
.muniMnu,, ujumsuuiwiwnu. to-aay. jvaureis.
50c Big Dolls, Dressed and Undressed
I'rrttils lrf."ei! fair eizpi I lulls ilressed
or undr.vbd or "Hug .M Kiddy liollh. val
ues to SUt. Special
Sec Our Famous $2.00 Lucile Doll
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in h.itill g,i un 'it1-, 'Mill MimUii"! ti:it'. in .ti.l (.Hi,
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n.i ii.1k.iii. lilon-ii' or lit ui.' Hi ri 'U'lmi,
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89c Undressed and Dressed Dolls
$3.50 French Bisque, Extra Size Dolls
Ilandhoiiio, big sizo French llisuup Dolls.
".ith natural light or dark hair, slr-oping
fux ishues and stockings, also dressed dolls.
tin-ati-st ilidl valin- in W.isliiiigluii iniiMirtcd
I'li-iuh HiKMiif I'oll Mill 1C iiulii lngh will' -ti.i
l.i i ki utti.i. 1 1 - h.u.dHoii'i f.i- -iii'ln I, and slioumg
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Fill Your Underwear and Corset Wants From This Great Sale Event
69c Women's Union Suits
15c 8 to 12
Swiss and Nain--ji!s
t i in t.' uiy
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pretty floral de
$5 Big Girls' and Small
C lo II v Ji-
Hi Coals .f
liiudi with vel
vet or attrakh.in
collars and cuffa
and belted backs;
also small tots'
(i to 6 years)
Coats, In black,
brown, and blue;
X3 vrw lit ' -1 ' v
Kungfil Silk or
Hemstitched I lead
T lirow s. Ion '
widths; in a
ment of colors,
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l-i I -..llile a. in I
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1 New Gloves'ufe
A'hlta ribbed velvet fleecc-llned Union Suits: per
fect lilting, well-finished garments; open Q
down the front style, with silk crochot and "VM
pearl button trimmings Mt
69c Boys' Fleece-Lined Union Suits
i:.tra heavyweight, thickly fleece-lined m
Yciger Union Suits for hoys U to 10 jears. tLL
Fur one day's selling TC
25c Women's Ribbed Underwear
W . I to llibhod Underwear; nicely fleece- f
Iimd and Hill niiide. open or elohcd pants; I U
jioptil.ir weight. . .
50c Vigilant Corsets
tVelI-known best SOc Corsets of coutll; t
medium length, and finished with four sup- llt
porters; 18 to 23 sizes only Ml
$1.50 American Lady and R. & G. Corsets
Every figure can be fitted in the many shapes car
ried of these two popular make corsets; t ik
in IS to 36 sizes, and of heavyweight I fill
coutll or batiste J X UvF
Newest Nemo Corsets
Advanced 1914 models for the average figure: of
white coutil. with long skirt: incurve rftrk 4
back, clastic supporting bands Inside, 'W ll!l
and low bust; all sizes , tPvfVr
95 All I.ratlirr
Suit Cuseit, -9S,
Doublo - tipped
27-ln. Suit Cases
Casc.s ihat will
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Tv o- l.isp sij le, i mliiiiU'
ii buck all i olors iiml
elm $1 (o grade CQ
of gloves at UiC
l'IK S-CI.AS1 GLOVES.
Women's Kid Gloves In 2
clasp stylo; all colors. In
cluding Mack. A com
plete assortment of OQ
sizes. At, pair OJC
nop i-'.viiiric fJi.ovKM.
Silk-lined raalimcre, in
gray, bl.iek. hniwii. white.
an.l natural i-hamoisettc
Specials for Monaay
...... 1 1 in iw
U.-m.-iis $1 &0 Krcneh
Kid :iuvo.s. three rows
hoAy ftiuhlng ""'
All .hades and J QO
GLOVliS. Women s 16
button Silk Mousauetairo
Gloves, in white and
black. A 51-00 val- CJQ
C II A M o I s i:t
I.o l. n'onun's
i... i ion olnve-i. white
on nut K
$3 Wool Nap
ed Wool- nap
taptd i-Jgfs. In
gray' and wltlte,
A blanket of
warmth and sat
day, s fecial.
and Ecru liobi
' yy n
Boys' Clothing Snaps
$5 Boys' All-Wool Sails, $2.98
All-wool Fancy Stripe Suits for
boys 6 to IT years: splendidly
made, perfect-tlttlng suits In
popular Xorfolk style, with
knickerbocker CO QQ
$5 6 to 17-Yeai Boys' 07ercoats,$3.79
Knobby Helted-hack Ilnglish
style Overcoats, of heavy, plain
colored wool cloth, lined through
out, and mado with deep QO Q
storm collar &0IU
$1.00 Boys' Hats, 49c
Soft Crush Hats for boys
35c Women s
Belt and Waist
Line Aprons of
White Lawn and
full size and
16 years; tho seasons
shapes, and In allcol-
Boys' 4-in-Hand and Madras lies
I'tire Silk Tour-in-Hand and
Messaline Satin Windsor Tiea:
eveij color, including 9fJn
Heavy - weight
Fancy - figured
mannish cut, with
waist girdles and
collar; all colors.
Exceptional Values in Our Men's
Men's $1.50, $2, and $2.50 Pajamas
Men's 50c and 75c Neglige' Shirts
Made of good quality Madras and Per- nA
cale; full cut and well made; in neat light 1p
effects; all sizes .......................... .vV
Men's Y. K. Y. Wool Coat Sweaters
Made with large shawl collar and pock- AQ
ets; good heavy quality; all sizes tOC'
Men's 75c Pure Thread Silk Half Hose
New York, N.Y.