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VOLUME 114.— 39.
FICKERT SAYS HE
ALL HIGHER UPS
But District Attorney Will
Clean Up List of Minor
Officials Before Under
taking Other Tasks
Plan to Admit Convicted
Men to Secure Bonds
District Attorney Fickert ' will not
make any attempt to "get" the "higher
ups" of the police "system" until: he
shall have finished with the patrolmen
and detectives, according to his state
"One.thing at a time," said the dis
trict attorney in discussing the matter.
"The business In hand how is to send
to jail the patrolmen and detectives
who have been grafting. It will be
time enough to go after bigger game
when we shall have finished with the
"But," said the district attorney, "I
am convinced that there are men high
up in* the police department who are
equally guilty with, or even more
guilty than the minor officials. And
I will prosecute any of them, no mat
ter how high up they may be, when
I get' around to it. It is impossible
that so many should have been con
cerned in tho work without some of
their superiors knowing about it, and
1 intend to find out the names of all
concerned if I can and prosecute them
WILL BE SENTENCED TODAY
This morning at 10 o'clock Arthur F.
Macphee and Charles H. Taylor, con
victed last Thursday of conspiracy in
connection with the $300,000 bunko
ring, will come up again before Judge
Lawlor for sentence. This action was
postponed last Monday to permit their
attorney. Alexander O'Grady, to pre
pare affidavits with which to back up
a motion for a new trial and one
In arrest of judgment, which are mere
ly pro forma.
It is probable that O'Grady will ad
dress the court upon the statement
alleged to have been made by Rovigo
that he perjured himself on the wit
ness stand in the Macphee-Taylor trial.
However, even should Rovigo come into
court and confess to having committed
perjury, that would not, under the
laws of the state, constitute ground for
a motion for a new trial, though the
Judge would probably take judicial
cognizance of it.
STATUS OF ROVIGO
Nothing further developed yesterday
in regard to the Rovigo matter. Fick
ert still stands pat and says that while
he at first believed that Rovigo had
perjured himself, he Is now convinced
that the bunko man told the truth on
the witness stand. Attorney O'Grady,
on the other hand, contends that Ro
vigo did confess. *-.V
O'Grady says that Fickert went to
the county jail Sunday afternoon and
interviewed Rovigo in the presence of
Frank Esola. Esola declared with
heat that the story told by Rovigo
that he paid $400 to Esola, Macphee
and Taylor in the Exposition hotel was
* lie. "And," he said, "shaking his
finger at Rovigo, "you know it was a
lie and you don't dare face me arid say
it wasn't." Rovigo turned away, mut
tering, "well, have it your own way."
"Then," says O'Grady, Fickert said
emphatically, "Now I am sure that
that tory was a lie and that Rovigo
purjured himself." But the next morn
ing Fickert changed his mind and de
clared that Rovigo had not testified
Ml. IN COUNTY PRISON*
The bunko men and lie convicted
police officers are all at the county
..ail. and will be held there a short
time longer, pending the investiga
tions to be conducted by the grand
jury. But it is expected that those of
them sentenced on felony charges will
'•<- sent to the penitentiary soon.
O'Grady will probably move that his
clients be released on bail, pending
the hearing of their appeal.
Maurice de Martini, convicted bunko
man, over whom several felony in
dictments are still hanging, was be
fore Judge Dunne yesterday morning
on a charge of grand larceny. The
-ape was set over, however, until
July 4. ??.-,?-
It appears highly improbable that
any of the convicted police officers
will be prosecuted on any of the felony
indictments that were brought against
them. The district attorney's office
says that corroborative evidence
»gainst the men is lacking and that
unless it be found, only acquittate
might be expected.
The grand jury will meet tomorrow
and the actual work of investigation
will then be taken up. The various
committees appointed are expected to
make their reports, upon which, to a
large extent, will depend the char
acter of the Investigations.
EIGHT TONG LEADERS
FREED OF MURDER PLOT
MeXntt, Admitting lie IIa« No Evi
dence of Murder in Faction War, ?.;
Asks End of Indictment
I Stating that the prosecution could
not offer evidence to warrant a con
viction. Assistant District Attorney
McNutt yesterday asked Superior Judge
Dunne to dismiss the indictments
against the eight Chinese tong leaders
charged with conspiracy to murder.
Judge Dunne granted the motion.
The Chinese were at liberty pending
trial on $10. bail each. The indicted
men were: Yung Lung Kow, Yee Chuck
Sam, Chin Fong, Chan See Ping, Chan
Jling, Louie Quong, Wong Gee and
They are officials in the Ring Kong
and Suey Sing tongs. The authorities
caused their Indictment with the view
to end the tong war that was raging
in Chinatown three months ago.
LIFE SENTENCE IS SET
ASIDE; GETS 10 YEARS
Manuel Lope*., Convicted of Murdering
.Mother In Law, Agree* \nt to ,
Appeal From Sentence
Manuel Lopez, sentenced two months
ago to life Imprisonment for murder,
will serve only 10 years at San Quen
tin prison, according to a decision ren
dered yesterday by Superior Judge Sar
gent. On November 3, 1912, Lopez, in
a drunken - rage, ahot and killed his
mother in law, .Mrs. Catherine Plazas,
and seriously, injured his wife.
Judge Sargent set aside the verdict
because the wife testified, and entered
into a stipulation with Lopez that if he
pleaded guilty to murder in the second
degree and did not appeal the sentence
would be 10 years' imprisonment in
stead of Hie. -S --yyA ~- •^-~__™_; i ,*
I LOCAL BREVITIES |
. ', : F. A. v.on Dnrann, 1156 Sutter atreet.
says a woman picked ' his pocket of
$160 'and a scarfpinjworth $10,0.
Peter Berg, (niton houar, (nay* »1«
men beat and robbed, him in Brenham
place of ff 10?" 7?' ? '
The "saloon of J. Srgalan. 207 Math
.street*.'was. broken into by thieves and
$26 stolen.' :'7''?'' ; ""■' ' " : :Lt 7.
? Mrs. 1.. >eat.T, 010 i I.ateuna street,
reported *to' ,; the police" yesterday * that
her pfet parrot was . stolen.
Fire at 2:SO o'clock:yesterday- morn
ing' .. gutted the basement of the New
Century , Baking-: company. 1650' Polk
street. " A leaky oil burner in - the bak
ing company's plant "started, the-blaze.
? Mr*, (ii-orgf llhelm, living- at 408
Albert L-ane, was reported yesterday,
to the police as-missing. She was?last
seen Friday " afternoon, when she | left
her home with $10 to buy groceries.
A number of burnt matches Is the
only clew left for the police by a
burglar who gained -entrance with a
ladder into the home of F. M. Griffin,
2008 Washington street. Nothing of
value was taken.* "V* ' '" '
Antonio? Juln<i, .2. yearn old, whose
parents live at 3046 Mission street, died
in St. Luke's hospital yesterday as 'the
result of "'burns received when he? was
playing with matches in the yard at
his home Monday. ' ; ■','.
In anticipation of bis possible removal
by President Wilson, Postmaster Arthur
G. Fisk yesterday had. the photographs
of all the former, postmasters In San
Francisco rehung on the walls ?of his j
office. 1 The photographs date back to
1848. • . .: ■.;."■" ■ "'L
? Relatives of John C. 11. Mat thai. 81
years old, who died in a local hospital
last week, have started an investiga
tion through Coroner Iceland to ascer
tain the exact causes of the old man's
death. Matthai formerly lived at .3319
Charles Keyrs, a guard at the home
for the feeble minded :in Salem, Ore.,
while going- to the ferry depot in a
hotel bus yesterday was.knocked from
his seat by a collision with a streetcar
at Third and Howard streets and sus
tained two briken ribs and severe scalp
wounds. , '.'-i.
W. J. Ilaiihort, a local printer, filed
a petition in bankruptcy yesterday in
the United States district court. His
debts are $1,534.45, with no assets. Mil
ton Anderson Stevenson, a laborer liv
ing in Stockton, filed a petition in bank
ruptcy, in which his debts are sched
uled at $1,345.35, with no assets. *
Alec la and Joe Karbaugb were
arrested Monday night, accused _- of
stealing a ton of .type. The men were
caught in front. of the establishment
of Torres & Co., printers, 509 San
some street, just as they were loading
the 'type on a wagon. Karbaugh is a
former employe of Torres & Co.-,'
A thief, who placed a ladder against
the home of Gus V. Daniels, 3332 Cali
fornia street, had hard luck and a
hard fall Monday night when the lad
der broke? while he was climbing up.
Daniels and his daughter ran out of
the house, only -to ? find the burglar
uninjured and running down California
A . harmless bicycle oil can found on
fisherman's wharf early yesterday cre
ated a great deal of excitement and
caused rumors to be circulated that
an attempt had been made to blow up
the rendezvous of the fishermen. N.
Battallo of the Crab Fishermen's -Pro
tective association found the supposed
bomb at daybreak.
Gordon Kinsley was Indicted for us
ing * the mails to defraud ? yesterday by
the United States federal grand jury.
Indictments were also returned against
F. J. Menrath, Peter Williams and
Wong Yet for concealing opium. Max
Miller, formerly a customs guard, and
Leong Duck, a Chinese, were Indicted
for conspiring to smuggle opium.
Rev. fronts -J. lawyer and *; the nix
boys of the Hamilton Square Baptist
church,, who have ' been 'tramping the
high Sierras for two weeks, will return
next Saturday. afternoon. 7 In a letter
Doctor Sawyer tells' of 'the* trip ..from
Yosemite valley to Lake Tahoe. which
was accomplished In 11 days.? The
members of the party are Doctor Saw
yer, Kirk EL Zumbalt, John-J. Jackson,
Julius D. Hofmeister. William W. Hel
bush, Francis ; H. Dethlefsen and Earl T.
Dayton. ' .' ; v-7?v; '-"?'■■ ??* : '"■'?
Judge Sturtevant yesterday? -granted
permission ? to- Attorney Stanley A.
Moore 'to file ■ additional .- affidavits to
support the petition of the Pacific Gas
and Electric company for an injunction
against its striking employes. Attor
ney, John I_ McNab declared' that he
would require additional time in which
to prepare counter affidavits and the
court continued the case until August
4 for argument upon the new matter.
Can Yon X se Nichols f
Nichols means dollars. M. R. Nichols
Advertising company. Circular Letter
Specialists, 306-7 Humboldt bank.
Phone Douglas 6447. Advt.
On a Special 8
New Offer 1
New models now being
shown in our Dress Goods
By this new skirt-making"
plan you can? select the ma
terial from our fine large
stock, of dress fabrics, have
the skirt made to your meas
ure, - carefully fitted/properly"
• tailored and delivered to you
within a few days, at a total :
' cost,.* -including: •. material- •
making, fittings and find
: ings, of : . 7'
7and*. upward, according to-R
quality of goods and style of
s model. ; "?
DRESS GOODS DEPT.
~-:-*."', Main Floor «
' -..-... ar _»>__-> --.'
Post Street, near Kearny
jtfft _ftt m A Wonderful, Harm-
Mm |XT -* ess Home Treat-
ment for the Eye.
UWr MAKRIFS Eyewater -«
Go-. to ' your mm! druggist. If be cannot»u|>-
Slt 7 you * send • 65c for a bottle to GEORGE
IAYEXLE OPTICAL r. CO. ; (Est. .*0 Yamxa),
fc6o Market Street. San Francisco.'
JGTBEFUBE SUBSTITUTES : 'a\
"New Retail Center" HALE'S- GOOD GOODS Market at Fifth
§' %~ "Broken Lines" Must ''Reheat" Before This "Charge!"
Gen. Clearance and his army will not be denied. "Broken Lines*' are given ""no quarter." "Charge '
v'\ -\ right into the midst of all goods that interfere with the proper display of Fall stocks has been ordered.
■•'/I-'* Prices are "slashed" without regard to former values. All in the cause of.Good Merchandising. You reap
: the benefit. You will confer a favor by taking small parcels with you. EXTRA SALESPEOPLE
j_§Jß&ff__W <7 HAVE BEEN ENGAGED. Come today and see what happens when Gen. Clearance sets busy at
JKf ; V HALES MIDSUMMER "DRUMMING-OUT" SALE
About 1000 House Dresses at $1.49
Vr-3K^3yj About thirty different styles. Women's sizes to 44. Materials are gingham. Nt C<^>^^-%r^9
lJ t W| madras, percale, chambray, galatea. Charmingly fashioned, and highly suitable ' ■■-~ u^,
m V for beach, mountain or home wear. Dresses that will wear, wash, and wear again. )£-' J^p *2F**L—-t-J\ i
Women's and Misses' Suits Now Only . 1^
' r!t the ranks oi Ready-to-Wear somewhat depleted, but d*uM _#V 7 ___ /J? g£—fp*?—ma? N^
phk still, able to supply many women and grown-up girls ; ex- \ fl ■___ / ■ <^*€^_I=^ ' ___F/lJ^s
ceprtional Suits for wear during the remainder of the TI I ■ *V—-■?•*_* " aS^: B2_____^^C<^
\\ , season. Serge, eponge, ratine, etamine, etc.. are employed 111 S#W:'-^^l .IP'l^^^r
N 7,-.. variously in many attractive styles and in Summer's most j Mm" -yy /ft . ___F\\
Gen. Clearance '*-- .Popular colors. Originallysold' at close margin of 'profit 9mm% / I\\ T AmVOr
School Dresses79c SI 49c I „ V 7 W 7,, ' Trimmed Hats $1
We have grouped a number of children's School OWaffffeF ODOft LOcltS, M We have N« of these. We do not bowhw
Dresses, sizes 6to 14 rears, in two big lots at the very */|#W* * VVttW, CT may be gQne by , 0 loc k ;
special' "Drummihg-O.lt-'- Sale, prices of 79< and ? A Special Purchase to Reinforce the "Drum" the > ma > last * until H° on s J he / are tr,mmd T ] vl t tll
49* each -7 \• 7? - ! . 7 . >» _ -,■ , *z: aa ,*oca t/ . flowers, ribbons and "fancies. Some are made Hats.
At Dr ess c_ of gingham, madras, percale mmgVut $6.00 to $8.50 Ka/ues Among the materials are; various kinds of braids. The
and galatea. High neck with long sleeves, or low neck with Sizes 14 to 18 shades include practically all of the seasons leading
short'sleeves. Just the ; thing to freshen up the girls' Sum- __' * - ■•■ ' A colors; a few. in black. Similar Hats sold earlier in the
mer .wardrobes,.or with which to begin? school. . Values to _t3&UWa /^- — : *~-*->. season for from $3.95 to $5.00. While they last, $1.00
At 49^—Children's Dresses of gingham and-chambray, ' (yssP jffl/9_]~2s&M)%/ _f\ dTI •"TO «« r . ■ _f» *_ 1 A
very prettily trimmed. These have high, neck and. long ' V V JC I lllf' ■ _._"_ I hAC£k Waicfc QT 111 111
sleeves. Sizes 6to 14 years. Values to 98c. lor the "Drum- j " ' V/11l VJU 1 IICOC f ¥ CllOlO OX. «p 1• A V
ming-Out" Sale, each 49c. - -?? /'-yV ?;7 ]' M iWJWi Jl _/ Gen Clearance has only just reached the Waist
* \*'J&sLit& aKJ//\ Department, but he is .making up for lost time. True
"D•_^^.* , I*. !!___*-%«-_ i»i-m___*--_l- INT I'VV ' • to his character; he has "slashed" prices without com-
Kiot In KiDDon uepartment I \\> punction.
■■'*■" t-i 7- ,;. K Q _, „ ~!,_„ K,r r_.„ ri o , r PM ;: I A Wf At *I.lo—Marquisette Waists with Imperial frill. Have
Drastic measures have been taken by Gen. Clear- ,fe& Wm4§M dL % turn-down ratine collar. H sleeves, and are finished with
ance to see that the Ribbon Department is immediately \£&!3a* i'S3fm^i_Pfl WtSC nH! \> plaited frill to harmonize with the rest of the waist. Priced
brought into condition for inventory. Just notice ,>i_/_^^!^^^i^^^^a^MSml!n*JJ--T M \C' -tor the "Drumming-Out" Sale at, each $1.10.
these prices' 7? 77..... . /' P * lK^__A , '" . Also at" fl.lO—Batiste and Voile Waists in Dutch neck
7*. -a' aA, a -Ay." VWMS?M I fP effects, trimmed with imitation Val. and imitation Cluny in-
At lOc yard—4-inch all-silk Taffeta Ribbon, in white, $WfflK3_S§&H I I 1 W^V\ : . sertion. To be "drummed-out" at, each, "fl.lO.
pink, blue, old rose, scarlet.cardinal, Alice blue, navy and * liwa,. __*_lfl '" I 1 I I p*-**=» At 79-^—A line of Waists"broken lines"—which for
black? Now, yard. :'y s.y. Ill* "" H|(|J L It) a} 1' : merly sold at 95c, priced for choice at 79c. Included are
?At 12i/ a < yard-4-inch all-silk Corded Taffeta Ribbon, in " 1\ :',^KW* S fT T.. I A voiles, lawns some embroidered in colors; also white waists,
white, light blue, pink and: cardinal.- Now, yard __»#-*. >[ ' If " ' trimmed, with tucks and lace. our choice at, 7P?.
At yard—s-inch all-silk : Bulgarian Ribbon in dark » .. - >, # , __ />1 J/S J.
color combinations. Now, yard 17-?. 7;-7 ,7 j_j crc are ''reinforcements" with a vengeance. Natty NotlOllS tO DC Cleared % vJllt
_- 7 "'«■''' i - -""* *iH_r\ ¥> • Sport Coats, for mountain and beach wear, in five new and The "Asbra" Skirt Shields, I . Handy Pin Boxes, each 4c.
Mended Gloves at 50c Pair distinct styles. w e have so id hundreds like these for from ea^ e 19 "^ si)ra " sanitary «- emo Corset steels ' , pair
— ■*. .-.. . me . AS *- Mniwi} , ~ Wash Braids 'in assorted
Accompany" of Mended Gloves that lingered too long $6.00 to $8.50 and they would be excellent values at these I ? Shields and Belts, each 88c. • , wldthß and colors, yard a*V4c
"within the enemy's lines" and were caught napping. ' Wrist 7- * '-,-.'■ . i j c ir J U •. J . . ad and Belt Hose Sup- Boys' Knee Protectors,
i within the enemjs e*-r*c Wt .r«v X/in *. v *r v figures now. Correct shades of golf red, hunter green, cadet porters, pair ir-o. . pa W. > >
length Gloves in all- women s sizes. Not ever> size in every ...» ,; , , . dimt U ' I ,f k 7onn Elastic Web. black or ' Elastic Belts, good buckles,
color. Black, white, tan or brown. Good at /9c, but they and navy, also charming balMcCann checks. Just about ZUO white, in several widths. eachvioc. ? ,
are "Drummed-Out" at only 50* a pair. ~..,?,,-.'' f . T ■-■■'• ia. ifl r ,L ' -*r» ! n-"Cl yard rt l-Se. .Sanitary Paper Napkins,
are urummeu uu a. uiuy -...*_ aV* l ' ■ ~.-., ■:. .»;ijjj. .- of these. In Sizes 14 to 18. hor the Drumming-Out Sale, - "Shell" ■ Barrettes, assorted I each sc. ■■'<- ' ' -
16-button length Lambskin Gloves, mended; some are . ___ K . s ._._ ~_..^:.,—;-: . >■_; .-■..-. -..,; ; v«* ! styles all well finished, each j;; Flat" Hooks and Eyes,
soiled. White only, A pair, 1.15. . *~*■; v ?.' v ?>7- each $.*->.73. ■.•-■■ 7 , 7??ti ;7?. 7" * • * j i ß c. ' ■'? .-' : .•*''.*7--"/-' i I card : "Sg.'.":. .-* , : : .
: —i_ -" .' ', ,T '■ _ '■ " . '—;——: •—■' %,..*. —-'-= • — ■?- —* — '■ : : : : '- ; 1 ' ~ : —: —~~—'
"Bomb Bursts" in Basement: "Bombardment" Brings Big Bargains
■'■■• 7 Here are ; stocks that, by ; reason of the number of small items carried, the heavy quantities in which we purchase, and from numerous other causes., present at
the end of a season .'accumulations* of merchandise that are decidedly in the way. ; Gen: Clearance has had his eye ou these big departments for quite a while, and
an "assault" has been made that will, rapidly drive the goods that are in the way to "cover." ? -.7;.' ; •■ .''■-.■'..; , /,; 7.
Dinner "Set -$19.45—50 pieces. -■'■"•* 25c: Skirt and Coat Hanger ; Sets. ' 75c'Wood r Spice Cabinet. 45<*. ? 25c ; T-'quart Enameled Dipper, 7 65c and 75c ' Aluminum ' Sauce
Limoges china Dinner Set. in deli- -'V-'- ?; - Floor Shine, a varnish stain, .. l-*c. R .i •.-.,". - Pans 49«». y .•.',-•
cate border pattern with gold edge. •- 95c No. 0 'Universal Food? Chop- price. , 45 c Enameled- Stove ' Pans. 3.,. $2.00 Double Omelette Alum-
Now $19.45. v ?." *•.*""•■■.*** per. 75<*. ,*"-; " ' ?. rv. .? $1.50 - Gas* Oven. : 13x13 inches, „* each ' ?::, mi V- Pan 91.10. - "•' '-^
Dinner Set' $35.00—100 pieces. $1.25 No. .: 1.,' Universal Food $1.15. . .7 ..?.:. ?.?,,, ? . 9 -- g-ouart Enameled Tea 1 Ket- $175 aml Aluminum Dou-
Limoges china, in border pattern. .Chopper, 95*. . . * $2.45 Gas : Oven, with glass door, .j ° Squart Lnamcled lea Ket b le*R,ce Boiler, *1.59_ m
Now *35.00. . .$1.50 No. 2 Universal Food 13x13 inches, $1.75. V IIC ; J' _ V ,"/,■ a lac Carpet Beater. 10^.
Electric Steel Range $22.00- Chopper. $1.25. 7 /' ; $1.45 Ironing Board and* Stand, 7? c ? 18c 1-quart Enameled Lipped. , 7 bars Big Ox Soap. 25*
The Perfection Electric fuel-less. 15c painted' blue Sink Strainer, 95*. • ..v .-* ' Sauce Pan, : . ,-_-,-. . .:. a.. B_ac bars : Sand Soap, 25*. 7
Steel Rani-re Now $22.00. B*. ' ■"'" ■ -> * -« . 35c? Broom, genuine broomcorn, 18c 16-inch Enameled Spoons, 25% Off on Fireless Cookers.
25c?Henis ; Fruit; Press, 15<*. 18c and 23c cold-handle , Steel 14*.- ■' . " 7 9?.* ~', . -. . ' ' 10% Off on all Refrigerators.
15c Wood Towel Roller, lO*. Frying Pans, 8 and 10 inch, each '7 7 50c Broom, genuine broomcorn, -, 49c 'Enameled Berlin, Sauce Pan. 10% Off on all Window Screens.
15c Wood" Toilet Paper Holder, lO*. ?^7v7=;23^. > 7^' ? :?*^?7 v ::7?7 . - r ?7. : 35*. ~ . ,- v ,/: 10% Off on all garden Hose.
IO?. ■■■ '-" ' *- 75c 8-quart Enameled Coffee '7 .745 c Enameled ' Coffee Pot, 2- .$3.75 6-auart Aluminum lea . 10% Off on all Ice Cream Freez
-25c Hammers. 15r. - . Boiler, 45*. ' ?., 7?7 • quart site, 19*. ,? : -> 7 ; .'? -7 Kettle. $2.25. ' era. _ . * . '
50c Never Break Steel Skillet. 85c 3-quart Rice .Boiler, 45*. / 7 30c 10-inch' Enameled -Colander, *' $1.7o?12-quart: Aluminum Lolan- 10% Off on all Galvanized Ware.
19?. 95c 16-inch Feather Duster. 69?. „ 14*. j -'. - '■" u\'. der, $1.15. * 10% Off on all Gas Stoves and
5c box Wood Toothpicks. 3*. 45c Shop-worn Wash Tubs, 25?.' ? Ly s : 5c Toilet Paper. 7 packages 25*. ■;.. 50c Aluminum Frying Pan, 35*. Hot Plates. ■-.-•-■• ■ *>
"Boom"—Big Happenings in Art Dept I "Sharp Action" in Floor Coverings, Draperies
] "Guilty" goods that were "lurking" in various parts of the Art Department . 7 Gen. Clearance has led his army into the Floor Coverings and Drapery Dc
have been "discovered" by "scouts" under Gen. Clearance, and they are slated . partments, and prices have been "slashed" right [and left. We mention only a
to-be "drummed-out" without ceremony. t< ; 7 7 ■ - -. -few of t } le " casua ities." • :
At 19?— White' embroidered and drawn- At 19*—Tinted Scarfs and t Centers to em- ; 7 A 40^' vard _ 2 /-inch Fancy Net At 95-1* pair— l6s pairs of $1.25 and
m-rtHc Handkerchief Bags, regularly 739 c. broider. These are shown in tan linen, brown v t- J*« ... 7 *■, -- , " J. -. , „ .
work ramucercttiei bag., regular y ]m en, and also green and brown burlap. Reg- Door Paneling, "in embroidered and $1./."> heavy Nottingham Curtains, 3
Z 29;-Lace trimmed white. Squares - H braided designs. Regularly 60c. Now. yards long: 3to 25 pairs of a pattern,
and Centers, 30 inches in diameter.:. Regit- Scarfs and Squares. Scarfs, 17x50 inches; yard 40£. Now, pair 95c.
f -1 b-tSssPH "At ?10.95-9x12 Tapestry Rugs in Q dd Curtains, % Price-Single Cur-
A. «*-__morotcierea vjmte Swiss ru- hurning and pain ting. A complete assortment? Oriental "designs. All new, a : limited tains and single r pairs of Curtains in a *
low? Covers, with deep ruffle of same ma- (of , * T * hese will be stamped free during auant itv, Now each $10.95. ■ tains ana r single pairs 01 S" a
terial. Regularly 75c. Now 49*. the sale. Regularly 95c. Now? 69*. ;-?.■, ?; quantity., iNow. eacn *_lv.*po. . variety of weaves.: Now, while they
—— . ~ . ' "••—'"'"" —'.' - '.--'-. .- '---.: - . —" At 10y 2 $ yard—Curtain Scrim, with last $4 price. * * ' v
Silverware .... . i/, Jewelry .;??. ; 2^-in **: hemstitching on one side, w-e At ?2>75 cach _ A >few $400 F ;
S. L. &G. H. Rogers' Flatware. :? German Silver Mesh Bags—guaranteed un- show this in cream and Arabian. Reg- *\ et [*-, ed .Sets, with bolster roll to
'silver Plated; in floral and Floreatl-i* Patten* breakable; mesh,! soldered link chains; 6-inch i: r \nw var ,l "lOi/i** 7 ,',,^-,1,""*: full R**l c i. \S,itU A _,_.-. si
Teaspoons, set of 6, 59*. engraved? or plain frames. Values to $2.50, lllarl > I:>C ' 7>OW, >ara M.V/ ~/match , full bed Size, with deep flounce,
Dessertspoons, set of 6, a} 1.13. each, * i. 2 9. • . •At 35< yard—Sunfast Draperies, 36 Battenberg trimmed. Now, each $2.75.
Tablespoons, set of 6,"f ** 8. Novelty?, Finger Rings—Sterling silver, set inches wide, in a good range of colors. ■' At 18«* vard—Doiihie-r-.r*rrW "pntif^
fab c Fortes, set of 6, fl.lB. with imitation ruby sapphire, emerald, ame- ReOTl i ar i v 50c arid7sc' Now yard 35^' : Ar -JITx ' U . ouble^ order Printed
Table-knives, set of 6 1.59.. # ■v - thyst, surrounde d with rhinestones. Mar- Ke £ ula rO W ana '^i* o ™.' > ar( ; **?*• Marquisette, 40 inches wide, in a variety
■-, Minerva Pattern—bright finish < guise or, round settings; $1.50 values, each ; At $1.65 pair—l/ 0 pairs of > $2.00 of designs. :Now,-yard 18-£. .
Teaspoons, set of 6, »»<*« '/. . ftK_* , o • /> * • 4.* on • ' < * -•;:-.' ■■■'- .-•*' -7 ..
: Dessert Spoons, set of 6 »199. ,■ "**' .-. :,. - and $2.50 Scrim Curtains, 4to 20 pairs A ; i*> l/(i 4 yard—36-inch Satin *.•-*■•.,-
TS!r?d S s " £ I' StS: ta^S!&^ , of a P*WW Sevp,l different stv.es. '"^"S
Tabic Knives, set of 6, $3.45. * Novelty Chains—German silver, stone set, all 2}6 yards long. Now, pair $1.65.?. borders, and-plain centers; others are -of
7 Pocket Knives—Varying patterns, some,, §0 ncl } eS^op*?: „„^ ; «i>>v\._i„oo '- 1~ M+ At «i.85 pair—l3l pairs of $2.25 all-over printed, designs. ? White? arid
:!?g_iS^^£a^^^ * SIS \7r 5* m S$S JOT 3s: and Lo Curtain, in Calde Xet and *%%*% \™- >-«}
silver plated, bright or gray finish. Fdoral. Gold Filled* Bracelets— set and en- Nottingham weaves. 5 to : 20 pairs of Arv^^L- 7 -7 . exira -?- * Vy, bcrim,'
repousse and engraved designs. One mi- graved. .Values to? $4.00. 'each $2.75. v 7* b vr 1 '*h . r'♦ 1 40 inches wide, with a b-inch double
: tial on each engraved free. $7.50 Values; Gold Filled Watch Pins—sl.oo to" $1.25 val- a ; pattern. \v c snow ' rnese in wnite and border of? fancy drawn-work. Cream
per set. 82.75. •:>•:?•• .7->},7.? • ■", v,* v. . ' ? ues7«9?. 4 w ; 7.;??; . v ;' . 7 Arabian. Now, pair $1.85. ;?? '■■.? and Arabian color.- Now, yard 20£.
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A "Rapid Fire" Bombardment of Wash Goods, Domestics and Bedding
White Crinkled Crepe, yard lOf*. Gingham Shorts, yard S£. ; Glasgow Suiting, yard ~li«r>. Huck Towels, each 7c. Cotton Bed Spreads, ea. 98-£ 79<» SI 69
White Linen Finish Suiting, ; 6f?. Figured Lawns, yard , Table Cloths, each $1.29. - White Cotton Blankets, pair $1.65. Pillow Cases. 45x36. each 96 ; 10£13r
Scotch Flannel, yard 16 Japanese Crepe, yard teV/lf. Damask. 2-yard lengths, 89<. Colored Cotton Blankets, pair $1.45. Muslin, bleached or unbleached'yard 81 _&
Figured Flannel, yard 8 / Galatea Shorts, yard 10<>. ; Table Damask, yard 45<. Comforters, each 89<£. Sheeting, 81 inches wide, yard 24«? '-"?
White Tennis Shorts, yard B£., Satin Finish Foulards, yard 11<. Table Damask, heavy quality, Sheets, double bed size, each 4 55*£. 7 : Sheeting, 63 inches wide yard 20^'
Apron Gingham, yard 5-ft. 1 :?? Percale Shorts, yard 11<. yard ,7 -; . Sheets, size, each 35£. , ,'* Muslin. ?50 inches wide, yard 15£. *
Men's Hose, Only 12J4c a Pair ffi m / _ wst Leather Traveling Bags, Now $2.75
50 dozen pair- of Hose for men. These arc in silk lisle, lisle ThcsC ° xford Ba » s %vcre soI(J to us for genuine cowhide
Values to 35c. Also aline of Balbrigg"an Tom ' \ If/ JB'^=^ (^^ C ondison. hSwe'w? thi"'thelnter s^elMnSS
one of the.largest;makers; perfect goods, accurately sized, and . "'" being cowhide was sheepskin. We do hoVwisli^"ih^nS*
would command far .better, price, did we care to sort them out > ,. t b in . the houg SQ J . c sve ?hem to \ :^*f^?
.or regular stock. .Choice of any ioregoing now, a pr. 12/,?. ma"kSt at fifth want them, at, each * 2 7 5* " g Ulem t0 you ' ,f y° u
THE M CALL
WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1913.