Newspaper Page Text
THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 12, 1908. KANSAS Warm Coats for Cold Weather Irresistible Values We doubt if we could present more convincing evidence of our leader ship in Women's Coats than the two groups of Coats represented here. It is the mission of this store to keep prices down and quality up, to give choice from a wide variety. Nowhere in the store is this fulfilled better than in our Coat stock. The two models described and on sale tomorrow are not only attractive in style, but also practical, and the quality of material from which they are made is excellent. Both are smart new models, nicely tailored and fin ished. One Coat is a 52-inch tight-fitting Coat of good quality broadcloth, lined throughout with satin, strap ped seams, velvet Coat, worth $3U, at. Another Coat is a 52-inch tight fitting Coat of broadcloth, lined to waist with good satin lining, excel lently tailored; a perfect fitting Coat, such as vou would expect T to pay $20 for, at q 1 0 General J. W. F. Hughes was a boy hood schoolmate of Senator Carmack who was killed in a duel at Nashville this week. Washburn has a guarantee of $350 for the Fairmount football game at "Wichita but that will little more than pay expenses. Just two weeks from today. Thanks giving will be celebrated in Kansas, according to the edict which was issued last week by Governor Hoch. A meeting of the Midwinter Exposi tion company has been called for Fri day when the matter of an exposition this winter will be disposed of. The work of manufacturing the ce ment cross walks of West Sixth ave nue is being done after dark, workmen using lanterns in carrying on the work. Eddie Brennan. the catcher of last season's baseball team, has secured a position In the Santa Fe offices and .will hereafter be known as railroader. Siloam lodge, A. F. & A. M-, will con fer the sublime degree of a Master Mason in full form this evening at 7:30 at the Masonic temple on Jackson street. Matt Welghtman, the well known Topeka druggist, announces that he will be a candidate for county treasur er when Stanley Medlicott's term ex pires in 1910. The Washburn football team left this noon for Wichita where the team will meet the Fairmount team tomorrow afternoon. This is expected to be a hard fought game. A marriage license was issued in Kansas City Wednesday for the mar riage of Harvey S. Burns, aged 21, and Mrs. Frances A. Doran, aged 21, both residents of Topeka. The Topeka and St. Joseph high school football team will meet at Washburn park Saturday afternoon. This is the only football game of the week scheduled for Topeka. George D. Lytle has secured a build ing permit, about the seventieth during the past two years, and will immediate ly commence the erection of a $2,000 residence at 617 West street. C. K. Holliday has parted with his hirsute decoration which has taken the place of a mustache for so many years, on account of lack of judgment during the recent campaign so it is said. One of the best numbers of the sea- i 7T-m--l.. . I v rrm m . . . jjicaaaui anucipauons. Thousands of women have found the use of Mother's Friend robs confinement or much pain and insures safety to life of mother and Cnila. I his liniment is a lirr!cnH tn timmon tUa. i ... . only does Mother s Frund carry for coming 1 Y cvcm, relieves morning lTIL sicKness, ana otner dis comfort'? goldJr!niggit1.00. CUIIU Ul IS. Book of valuable informa tion mailed free. THS BRAD FIELD REGULATOR CO. Atlanta. Ga. CITY, MO. collar a stunning $19.75 son on the Pipe Organ course will be the address of Congressman J. Adam Bede of Minnesota, who is known as the congressional wit, Friday evening. The Washburn freshman football team will play the scrubs of St. Mary's college at St. Marys Saturday after noon and will attempt to regain the honors lost at the place by the first team, a few weeks ago. Wednesday was the coldest' day of the season and during last night the mercury dropped to 22, or ten de grees below the freezing point, and ice an inch in thickness formed on ex posed surfaces of water. The constitutional amendments which were submitted to the voters of the state at the last general election car ried, as far as Shawnee county is con cerned by a small majority though they were undoubtedly defeated in the state. On Sunday, November 15, at the Grand opera house, a free Christian Science lecture will be given by Miss Mary Brooking, C. S. B., under the auspices of First Church of Christ, Scientist, at 3 p. m. All are cordially invited to attend. The city council Is said to look with favor upon the purchase of a motor cycle ' so that speeding automobilist may be overhauled by the members of the police department and the question arises, who is going to ride the affair at a speed great enough to make it of ser vice to the department? Gertrude Gordon In the Pittsburg Press: In Bushton, near Wilkinsburg car line, is a pretty little byway, called Topeka street. Nestling at the foot of a pretty little hill, near enough to the street cars to be convenient, yet far enough out of the city to be away from the smoke and dirt, there I fouml 'Inglenook' the other afternoon where 20 families occupy as many houses. But of recent months the residents of this Ideal spot, have laughingly suggested that the name of the place be changed, for by actual computation, there are 18 babies In those 20 houses, and one and all have voted that Babynook would be far more appropriate than the present name, even if it is not so euphonious. Atchison Wants a Commission. Atchison, Kan., Nov. 12. Twenty-five business men of this city met Wednes day afternoon and discussed the mer its of the commission form of city gov ernment. The commission plan has found favor here and after a few days petitions advocating this form of gov ernment will be circulated. In the last two years the government of Atchison city has been very lax, caus ing great dissatisfaction. of child-birth. The thought women safely through the perils of Tff)yfilXll3 1 1 i LTf -'"1" EE i .-7 THIRD FLOOR. j KANSAS CITY, MO. mm aniiiii.'!r OFFICE SOUGHT MAN. Republican Elected to Congress Against His Will in . N. C New York, Nov. 12. A Re publican who was elected to congress in North Carolina and who' bemoans the fact, is in New York. He is John Motley Morehead, a well to do woolen mill operator who reluctantly ac cepted the nomination, refused to campaign and did not expect to win, but when the votes were counted, de feated Aubrey Brooks, the Democratic candidate by more than four hundred votes, in the Fifth district. The un willing statesman is now on his way to Washington to obtain a residence for himself and family, still persisting that he is a "business man" and ignorant of politics. Despite Mr. Morehead's personal apathy his campaign managers saw as the campaign progressed, that he had a good chance or victory ana laid the case before tne itepuDiican national committee. A liberal dona tion was the result and the major portion of this was developed to work in the Fifth district with the outcome that a Republican albeit almost re bellious, was elected and will serve in the next house of representatives. DOUBLE APPEAL Both Sides in Oberlin Carter Case Dis satisfied. Chicago. Nov. 12. Arguments on the double appeal to Judge Kohlsaat's de cree in the government suit againsc Captain Oberlin Carter for the recovery of funds he is alleged to have appro priated while representing the govern ment at Savannah, were heard today in the United States circuit court of ap peals. Both sides argued for a reversa'. or modification of Judge Kohlsaat's de cree. The government sued to recover nearlv Sl.100.000. but Judge Kohlsaat held that several hundred thousand dollars of this was properly Carter's and should be retained by him. Tne government appeals to obtain the total amount. Carter seeks to have the total sum charged against him wiped out. The record of the case consists of 31 bound volumes, containing approxi mately 15,000 pages and 7,500,000 words. TENDER JUMPS TRACK. Passenfrer Train Wrecked Willie Run ning Forty Miles an Hour. Butler, Pa., Nov. 12. Passenger train No. 11, southbound on the Bessemer & Lake Krie railway running 40 miles an hour, was wrecked five miles north of here late last night. Over 100 passen gers escaped with slight injuries. t v. t ii n (I fir In .-.! t i 'I thu trnrk In a dppn i 111. H Hill . Jl.l.lfll. ' - - - ' cut and two baggage cars and two coaches were nuriea against tne Dans, turning half way over on their sides. sincr M it nlmll a VH 1 1 shin rcr travel ing man, forced open a door of a coach with a timber, releasing u passengers Many climbed out of windows. TAFT AT A LECTURE. The President-elect Is Working on His Brooklyn Speech. Hot Springs, "Va., Nov. 12. President-elect and Mrs. Taft were patrons last night at the lecture for the benefit of the blind, given in the ball room of the Homestead hotel by Mrs. Walker Fearn, widow of the late American minister to Greece and Roumania. She was introduced by Winston Churchill of New Hampshire. Judge Taft had no callers yesterday and devoted himself to tne preparation of the speech to be delivered in Brooklyn. Golden Jubilee of Sisters of Charity. Leavenworth, Kan., Nov. 12. The principal feature of the Fiftieth anni versary jubilee of the founding of the Sisters of Charity order here was the celebration of pontifical high mass by Bishoo J. F. Lillis. There was a ban ouet at St. Mary's academy in the af ternoon attended by more than 100 bishops and priests. Bishop Lillis made an address reviewing the history and work of the sisters in this territory. Archbishop Christie, Bishop Metz, Rep resentative D. R. Anthony and others made short addresses. For Robbing Mark Twain. Danbury, Conn., Nov. 12. When the trial of Henry Williams and Charles Hoffman, accused or breaking into tne villa of Samuel L. Clemens (Mark Twain). was resumed both men changed their pleas of not guilty to guilty, ihe court sentenced Horrman to not less than three nor more t nan five years in state's prison. On the charge of burglary vv imams was give not les3 than five nor more than six years in prison and on the charge of assault with intent to kill, to which he also pleaded guilty, not more than four years in state s prison. Gave Hint the Limit. Spartansburg, S. C, Nov. 12. John lrby, a negro', has been convicted of attempting a criminal assault jn Miss Leila Dempsey, and sentenced to serve 30 years in the penitentiary, the limit. When court convened two companies of militia were on duty in the court house, which was crowded. Judge Schumpert dismissed the troops and made an appeal to the people to aid him in preserving order and enforcing the law. The judge was wildly cheered. Largest Office Building In the World. Chicago, Nov. 12. A permit for the constructon of what the architects say will be the largest office building in the world has been secured. The buildtr.g- will be erected for the Peo ple's Gas Light & Coke company and will stand at Adams street and Michi gan avenue. It will be twenty stories high and will contain 7,930,000 cubic feet of air space. Aeroplane Factory tor Detroit. Detroit, Nov. 12. Orville B. Wright, the famous aviator, has enlisted the support of Russell A. Alger, the Detroit capitalist, and son of the late Senator Alger, and an aeroplane factory will be built in Detroit. Fire at Nortonville. Nortonville, Kan., Nov. 12. Early this morning fire started in Kaufman Bros.' general store and destroyed the build ing and stock. Several neighboring structures were damaged. The loss Is estimated at $30,000. Nobel Prize for Marconi. Stockholm, Nov. 12. It is unoffi cially stated here that William Mar coni of wireless telegraph fame is 10 be awarded the next Nobel prize In physic. HAS A PUBLIC WAREHOUSE. Garden City Business Slen Create a Store House tor Sugar. Garden City, Nov. 12. The Garden jruonc Warehouse company is th name of a new corporation formed nere, wnich has elected officers, to con duct, a public warehouse at this nlace The corporation has a capital of $25, 000, and the charter gives it the right to store all kinds of products generally stored in such a warehouse but prin cipally sugar. The company has rented the Immense wareroom at the sugar factory and win at present, merely store the out put of the factory. This will permit the sugar company to take its warehouse certificates out here, instead of Kansas City, as here- torore, tor use as it may desire. The officers of the corporation are: President, A. H. Warner; vice presi dent, C. H. Way; secretary, E. F. Mc Combs; treasurer, Thomas Lynn. HARMONY RESULTS. Gonii)crs's Recent Course Stops Fight of the Socialists. Denver. Colo., Nov. 12. Characteriz ing the participation of the American Federation of Labor, through its ex ecutive council, in the recent national campaign as a distinct victory for the Socialist cause, it is announced by tha' element in the federation that there will be no fight in this convention of the federation between the Socialist; and their opponents. Heretofore this contest has been a leading feature of the annual meetings and President Gompers has been the mark of assault Now the Socialists believe that a start has been made by the federation which will bring the labor movement of the country to their party. The convention resumed its sessions this morning after taking a day off to visit the Union Printers' home at Col orado Springs. The programme began with the address of the fraternal delegates from the English and Cana dian labor congress. CRAWFORD EV SEW ORLEANS. How He Is Making Southerns "Sit Up and Take Notice." The following is from the Daily Picayune of New Orleans: "Rcy Crawford, who is associated with his brother, O. T. Ciawi'ord, Jr motion picture enterprises, arrived yesterday and put up at the Grune wald, accompanied by Mrs. Crawford. Mr. Crawford is widely known in amusement circles all over the coun try. He was practically born in the show business, and has been in it all his iife "Roy Crawford was born in the old Crawford theater, in Topeka, Kan., and with such an iarly start il is 110 wonder that he knows the show busi ness from bottom to top, through and through. When he came to this city to establish a moving picture house here for his brother he was all but laughed at and ridiculed by the busi ness men of the community. Turn a first class playhouse like the Shubert Into a moving picture show? Absurd Preposterous! But Roy and O. T, Crawford had noti been in the show business all of -their lives for nothing. and the unqualified success of the ven ture has rewarded their remarkable foresight. : "They are dreamers, these Crawford brothers. They look into the future and see -things. But they are dream ers with a practical knowledge of the business. lhey have studied every detail, every mechanical accessory. every adjunct of the film world. Roy Crawford, who is stm a young man just turned 30, can operate a motion picture machine like a union operator, he can handle 'effects' better than the men he employs, and he can play the piano like a born musician. There is no joke about this, as a turbulent piano player at the Shubert found to his regret. "It was shortly after the Shubert threw open its doors as a picture house. Six or seven piano players had been tried out without success, and Roy Crawford was dissatisfied with the outlook. Finally, after a hot interview with the last would-be musician, Mr. Crawford told him to get out. that he would prefer to play the piano himself than to stand such a racket. And he did. The "would-be' was ubious of Mr. Crawford's skill at the piano, and so he tarried to hear for himself. Mr. Crawford put so much ginger into his playing that evening that the audi ence was taken by storm. He is a bunch of live wires, all energy, all en thusiasm, and no detail of his work is unimportant enough to be neglected. "Although the Crawford brothers have built up in their own particular branch of the show business, that of "The Blood is The Life." Science has never gone beyond tha above simple statement of scripture. But It has illuminated that statement and given it a meaning ever broadening with the increasing breadth of knowledge. When the blood Is "bad" or impure it Is not alone the body which suffers through disease. The brain is also clouded. She mind and judgement are eSected, andnany an evil deed or impure th(shtVn3)vbesSHrectly traced to tha impuwey of the breads Foul. Impure blood, run ne mane mire py tn n or J2T, Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It enriches and nnrifies the hlood thereby curing, pimples, blotches, eruptions and other cutaneous affections, as eczema, tetter, or salt-rheum, hives and other manifestations of impure blood. " In the cure of scrofulous swellings, en larged glands, open eating ulcers, or old sores, the " Golden Med ical Discovery "has performed the most marvelous cures. In cases of old sores, or open eating ulcers. It is well to apply to the open sores Dr. Pierce's All-IIealing Salve, which pos sesses wonderful healing potency when used as an application to the sores In con junction with the use of "Golden Medical Discovery "as a blood cleansing consti tutional treatment. If your druggist don't happen to have the "All-Healing Salve" In stock, you can easily procure it by inclosing fifty-four cents in postage stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce, 663 Main St., Buffalo, N. Y., and it will come to you by return post. Most druggists keep it as well as the "Golden Medical Discovery." Yon can't afford to accept any medicine of unknown composition as a substitute lor "Golden Medical Discovery," which U a medicine of kjows composition, having a complete list of Ingredients In plain English on its bottle-wrapper, the aame being attested as correct under oath. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulata and Invigorate stomach, liver and bowels. I This woman says Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound saved her life. Read lier letter. Mrs. T. C. Willadsen, of Manning, Iowa, writes to Mrs. Pinkham: " I cart truly say that Lydia E.. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound saved my life, and 1 cannot express my gratitude to you in words. For years I suffered with the worst forms of female com plaints, continually doctoring and spending lots of money for medicine without help. I wrote you for advice, followed it as directed, and took Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound and it has restored me to perfect health. Bad it not been for you I should have been in my grave to-day. I wish every Buffering woman would try it." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bearing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges tion, dizziness,or nervous prostration. Why don't you try it ? Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice. She has puided thousands to health. Address, Lynn, Mass. motion pictures, their father, L. M. Crawford, made and lost several large fortunes in the operation of theaters. He had established a prosperous cir cuit in the middle western states sev eral years a-" but lost all of his money in a panic. But his credit was so good in St. Louis that he was able to buy the old Germania theater, which was considered a white ele phant at the time. With the Craw ford genius for theatrical work, the old man went to work to rebuild the fortune which he had lost. And he did it. As the beautiful Gayety thea ter, a clean burlesque house, the old Germania has reaped a rich harvest of from $40,000 to $50,000 a year for its owner, who has retired to the ranch which was the dream of his younger days." AMUSEMENTS. At the Grand. There are hypnotists by the dozen, but no artists of this class begin to equal the Flints, who are here this week at tha Grand. Their entertain ment is one long laugh. Mr. Harvey Boyd, a graduate elec trician, explained the wonderful elec trical effects that will be produced next Monday at the Grand In Porter J. White's production of Goethe's immor tal tragedy "Faust." Thousands of wires cross the stage In seemingly end less confusslon. Kach wire runs to a marble switchboard, designed and con structed under the supervision of Mr. Boyd for this production. After every thing is in place Mr. Boyd can sit in front of this board and produce those wonderful effects that go to make up the play. He shows twinkling stars, fireflies, the rain of fire, the electrical owl, electrical skull, electrical crosv the burning barrel of wine, the electri cal book, which Mephisto induces Faust to sign. SULKS TWO COWS AT OXCE. Important Labor Saving Device for the lmirymen. Washington, Nov. 12. An important new class of time and labor saving machinery has lately been invented to aid the American farmers. These novel ties are nothing less than machines for milking cows automatically by means of compressed air or electricity. Al ready the Innovations have been intro duced in a number of large dairy barns, and so important Is the subject considered that the United States de partment of agriculture has undertaken a series of tests and experiments with the purpose of finding out which are the best of the new-fangled machines. For farmers who have only a few cows there has been devised a foot power milker by means of which two cows can be milked simultaneously In half the time it formerly required to milk one cow. Blown Off a Train. KT . -I- , 1 "VTrt.r 1 O WilH-lm F- 1 C V J ill l , w . . - . - Shanley. 23 years old, an employe of a Brooklyn newspaper, was struck by a gust of the stiff westerly gale which prevailed here last night and losing hi3 v, t .1 .1 r. hn .aa.hoH fnr hB fiat WAS irajanic '.o 11c , i - - . , . e nn .lairtita t.atn rlfatfrtTm BWeL XI "III " . ..1., . .1,1.1 v. in Brooklyn under an approaching train, jtlih groana wcic " wrecking men endeavored to remove his body but he died as the work pro gressed. Tiai Mmmv n Riira and Rurned It. Ain.it TMnv 12. Albert Rere- er a former Alaska miner, just before committing suicide at Canyon Ferry. T. 1 tVi,-iw t9ftfifl in TJOStOf- flce money orders payable to himself, in the stove, declaring that the money was in the hands of the government and no one would quarrel over it after he was dead. Hughes Files Election Bill. Alhanv. N. V.. Nov. 12. Governor Hughes has filed his certificate of elec tion expenses with the secretary of state giving his total expenditures as iSfiS fiS. Of this sum he spent $260.16 for traveling and incidental expenses, $96.71 for hotel bills, including tele phone and messenger charges, and $12.78 for telegrams. -Big 3Iajorlty tor Deep Water. , "v. I Wnr 19. With official fie- .1 1 V..i 1 'l .-v.. - . . nniv fhrpp rmnnties missing. the returns at the secretary of state's office indicate that the,' proposition to issue $20,000,000 in bonds for the con- . . : n a .la.n -a . orar a v wnn hv a majority of -approximately 105,000 of tne total vox caw FRIDAY- H Our Bargain Day Take it personally YOU can profit by these Friday Bargain Sales. ' You can profit, because these sales include the very things you need now good, dependable merchandise in every single instance at prices that strike the truest notes of sound economy. Women's 25c Hose, 18c a Pair They're the famous "Burson" brand the only Hose that is knit to fit without a seam. They come in plain black guaran teed Topsy dye. Sizes 9, 9 and 10. Regular 25c Hose, I Q prlcedfor Bargain Friday OV $3.00 Carpet Sweepers for $1.50 We're closing out our line of National Carpet Sweepers, and in going over the stock we find that we have just an even dozen of the $3.00. These will be priced for Bargain Cf Friday pl.OU Colored Habutai 29c a Yard A soft supple silk ideal for drops and slips, linings under net waists and for fancy work. We have it in white and delicate light blue and pink. Bargain Friday it will be special- OQ ly priced, a yard JJ 10c Soxes of Shinola for 6: Shinola the most popular shoe paste on the market. But you probably know that al ready. You also know that it always sells for a dime. In our Shoe Dept., Bargain Fri- 0 day, you can buy it for. . . . We Cannot Accept 4 ail or Telephone Orde rs For These Friday Bargains Dc lards of Safety Pins 3c One of our best quality Safety Pins; made of tempered spring brass, heavily nickel plated. There's no danger of their ever rusting. Small, medium and large sizes. Regular 5c cards for OC 50c Bolts of Val. Laces 25c Kdges and insertions mostly the latter. Just what you want to use in making up all sorts of Holiday gifts. Full 12-yard bolts of Val. lace that sell for 50c, specially priced for 9C. Friday J&OC 10c Sticks of Sealing "Wax lc Just a penny for a stick of perfumed Sealing Wax. It's Dennison's the best there Is made. We have too much cream and yellow, so Friday we 11 sell the 10c sticks 1 for. lb RfcilroaJ Fare Refunded, in Pert or Ahole, to Oat-of-Town Buyers The Grosty Bros. Cor Others May I want everyone that is suffering from Varicocele, Acute and Chronic, Oironic Vloers, Blood Poisoning, or any Swelling, Catarrhal Affections, Khowiiatim In nil It forms. Bladder and Kidney ( Conditions. Kitpiiw, Cancer, Pimples. Erynipelas, or any KruiHivc Conditions of the Skin, or any Associate Disease, to come and have a social chat with me. I will give IYce of Charge my honest Fclen tiflc opinion of your case. Suffer no longor. Consult me at once. I treat and cure Diseases of women. I extend an Invita tion to those in particular who have failed to get relief elsewhere. Call and I will explain my method. If you can not call, write. All correspondence strictly confidential. DR. D. A. COOKINHAM 106 Fast Seventh St., Topeka, Kan. Hours: 0 to 12. 2 to 5, 7 to 8. Mon.. Tues., Thurs. and Fri. evenings. Sunday: 9:30 to 10:30. AUDITORIUM Tomorrow 8:15 P. M. LECTURE BY Congressman J. Adam Bede OF WISCONSIN The most popular lecturer in America except Bryan and La Follette. Third on Organ Lyceum Course Season tickets reduced to $1 Eight splendid entertainments still to come. Single admUsion 25c Seats at Stanefield'e. MOVELTV 1M THEATER il SOUVENIR MATINEE Friday Afternoon, Nov. 13 2:30 P. M. Every lady present will receive a souvenir. TOPEKA MARKET We bars for I Ills week Catfish, Black Bass. Halibut. Buffalo, Trout, smelts, Salmon. Lobsters and Oysters. 323 Kansas Avenue Ind. Phone 1889 Bell 1880. 1 Your Saving Day lie White Tennis Flannel 8Jc This is plain whits, twilled Tennis Flannel. It's especially desirable for night dresses, pet ticoats, etc. There are Just six pieces and as long as it lasts.this 11c, 28-inch Tennis Flan-QI nel will be.... 02C Six Rolls of Toilet Paper 25a j And every roll contains a thousand sheets full count. It's an excellent quality of Toilet Paper we sell It every day, four rolls for a quarter. Bargain Friday you can buy C 6 rolls for SOC 39c Dresser Scarfs for 25c' Full-size, 18x5 4-inch, Dresser Scarfs made of a good quality of union linen, with hemstitched ends and a row of drawn work all around. They're 39c ordin arily. Bargain Friday OC they will be... 10c Curtain Swiss for 7&o Three styles of striped Cur tain Swiss, 40 inches wide. A good, firm quality that launders well. 10c a yard la the every day price. In our Drapery Dept., Bargain Friday you can 7l buy it for 2V. OUc fancy Xlead Jlat Fins 25 r- 1-1 TV . -r -w- . There's quite an assortment of them large jet heads, gilt heads set with Jewels, etc. All are mounted on long, strong pins. Choice of about three doz en 5 0c Hat Pins, Bargain Of Friday for JC 29c and 30c Ribbons, 25c Yard The first one is our regular 29c Messaline. The other is a 30c, No. 100 Satin Taffeta. Both come in black, white and colors. Two of the most desirable Rib bons we have, specially nriced for Fridav C 11 Children s Drawers for 12. Jc Two numbers. The 15c ones are finished with a hemstitched ruffle. The 20c ones are finish ed with a lace ruffle. Both are made of a good quality of bleached muslin. All 1 OlZ sizes, 2 to 10, Friday XA2V. Treat, I Cure 8:i; -TOX1GHT- 1:13 The Flints With the Little Hypnotic Sun beam, 3Irs. Herbert Ij. Hint Ladies' free under usual con-r" MONDAY MGIIT, NOV. 18 Porter J. White's Complete Production of ;octlio's Immortal FAUST WITH MISS OLG V VERVE AS A1ARQUERITE Prices: 25-35-50-75 CenU BEST SHOW IN TOWN 7-0igActs-7 3 LADIES' HATS 3 Given Away Friday Afternoon SMOKERS FINDv LEWIS SINGLE BINDER 5f Cigar better Quality than most 10 f Ciiar If "man wants but little liere below, nor wants that little long," he should try the State Journal want columns. A little ad brings big returns.