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CAT CAUSES AN EXPLOSION Electric Spark From the. Feline's Fur Thought to Have : j Ignited Gas. jftueer Accident Occurs at the "Cat Dispatch," in New York ... City. New York, Nov. 13."Can electric parks from a cat's fur blow up a gras tank?" Is a question presented by an explosion in the steel cat and dog "dispatch" in the shelter owned and operated by the Society for the Pre vention of Cruelty to Animals. The "dispatch," which Was charged with gras from the street maingas mixed with airand into which had been thrown ten or twelve cats to be asphyxiated, blew up without any ap parent cause, as employes were dump ing another basketful of cats into it. Three men were hurt, one, Theodore Goodenough, fatally, and all the cats were killed more or less summarily, Goodenough. it is thought, had his skull fractured. The "dispatch" was heavily charged when the cat wagon backed into the room. The wagon was full of cats in baskets. The driver, Goodenough, dumped three basketsful into the "dispatch. Basket No. 4 contained, among oth ers, a black cat who looked like a "fighting Tom." Goodenough put the basket down into the very mouth of the hole and shook it hard. The black cat dropped. There was a flash and a bang and a, shower of cats, and men in the of fice ran in'to find Goodenough and his two companions stretched out in a litter of fur and fragmentary cats. The explosion had blown out the steel front door of the "dispatch," thru which the dead bodies are removed, and had wrecked the plate glass cov ers. The ceiling of the room was torn open for several feet and frescoed with cats. The black cat was stretched out in a corner, slightly disfigured and dead. The horses ran away with the cat wagon, the cats in the baskets remain ing in the wagon yowled and fought, and their rumpus continued for a long time after the horses stopped. Twen ty-five or thirty dogs in the shelter raised a howl that could be heard for a block. An ambulance took away the injured men. The only explanation offered is that the cats, in rubbing against each other when being dumped into the "dis patch" emitted electric sparks of suf ficient intensity to ignite the gas. TAYLOK WON'T LET G O Meeting of Democrats to Elect His Suc cessor Is Called Off. Bpeoial to The Journal. Armour, S. D.. Nov. 13.The demo cratic state central committee intended to meet at Huron next Tuesday to elect a national committeeman to succeed Maris Taylor, who moved over a year ago to Washington state, but yesterday a tele gram was received in Armour from Mr. Taylor saying that no vacancy exists, he still claiming a residence in South Da kota. With this information Chairman John son dispatched letters calling off the pro posed meeting at Huron. When Mr. Taylor left it was generally supposed he had moved away permanent ly, but he Intimates he will claim South Dakota as his place of residence until his term as national committeeman expires. SAVED THE BOAT Lieutenant Curtln and Crew Preserve the Lawrence from Destruc- tion. Norfolk. Va.. Nov. 13.The heroism of lieutenant Roland I. Curtin and several seamen on board the torpedo boat de stroyer Lawrence saved that craft from destruction. A lighted candle, left by a workman on a wooden box in the vessel's forward compartment, caused a fire which burned much of the Lawrence's woodwork before it was extinguished by Lieutenant Curtln and some seamen, just before the flames reached the magazine, in which a quantity of explosive was stored. In their battle Lieutenant Curtin and his men wer9 so overcome by the smoke that they lost consciousness after the fight was won, and were hurried on board the cruiser Olympia for treatment. Their condition is not serious. SWEDE MISTREATED Thrown Naked Into Finland Trumpery Charge. Stockholm, Nov. 13.Inquiries are being instituted by the Swedish-Norwegian le gation at St. Petersbur g concerning a flag rant outrage committed at Helslngfors on a Swedish civil engineer named Bjork lund. employed in the Finnish capital by a. German machine manufacturer. Bjorklund was arrested just as he left a place of amusement, taken to the police station, lodged in a dirty cell, stripped naked and left to spend the night without food, drink, fire, or bedclothing. A t 11 a. m. he was dismissed with the explana tion that he was suspected of sympathiz ing with the revolutionists. TOLD IN A LINE Aurora, Mo.Jenkins City, a town, of 400 Inhabitants, was practically destroyed by flre yesterday. Geary, W. Va.Charles Jones has killed three men because of their attentions to Mrs. Sarah ltespass, a widow. New YorkAn effort to arrest James Abeel for impersonating Robert Goelet disclosed the fact, that Abeel has fled. Michigan City, Ind.Edward Hoover was knitted yesterday for the murder of his father in-law, Frank Sutton, in Indianapolis last Muy. St. Txmls, Mo.The arrest of Dr. John C. Tebrecht, for attempting to break into the room of an atendant at the female hosbltal, has re vealed Intolerable conditions at that institution. Waukegan, 111.Dowle has commanded bis followers to deposit all of their money iu the Won hank of "clear out." He savs he has heen offered 30,000 acres of land to build a Zlon city In California and may accept. WashingtonThe Sociological society has closed Its meeting after naming a commission, half from the white race and half from the black, to bring the Interests of uegroea before congress and to aid in solving the race problem. FOREIGN FLASHES TientsinChinese troops are guarding all the passes to Manchuria. TientsinGovernor Tnan Shi Kal has imported nine Automobiles for the use of the dowager empress. The HagueThe Venezuelan arbitration trib unal adjourned to-day sine die, the arguments having been concluded. BerlinDefensive works have been commenced with a view of making Alsace and Lorraine im pregnable as to French attacks. MoscowGeneral Drngbmlroff, governor of KlefT, has been dismissed for cruelty In dealing with the strikers at Kishlr.efT. ViennaIt Is stated that all the European petroleum concerns are forming a combination to oppose the Standard Oil company. St. PetersbnrgThe commission appointed by the czar to Investigate the increasing poverty of the peasants has found it due to the oppressive laws and officials, labor restrictions and lack of education. ConstantinopleThe latest joint note from Russia and Austria informs the. porte that the reforms outlined In previous notes must be effectuated or the Turkish government will be placed In a position of "great danger." The British army under the new scheme re quires 50,000 recruits annually. According, to the director general's report only 68.000 are examined annually, and of these about 23,500 are rejected, giving a deficiency of 5,500 per annum, which England hopes to make up by colonial assistance. FRIDAY iff. -/ EVEHING, r Glasses AdjutLed without Charge If Y&ur Classes do not set just right bring 'em here and we will fix them without cost to you we also examine eyes free of charge. We Fill Oculist*' Prescriptions and do all sorts of repairing in a way that will win us your favor. Mrs. Sbariton is one of the very best opticians in the country she does ^ good, lasting workfinda the glasses you ought to have. _. *rSecond floorNew part Women's Coats and Furs: Fine Styles==Fine s Underwear i Put. Your Faith in the kinds of underwear we sell you. In Sat urday's underwear news we tell you of regular stocks and bargains, neither of which can you beat. Women's Vest* and Pants, heavy Egyptian cotton, lightly fleeced, Jersey fitting vests and pants heavy natural wool or white wool plated Jersey ribbed and Swiss ribbed cotton vests and pants, values to 65c, at 48c* "Oneita" Union Suits of heavy silver gray cotton, in all sizes 50c quality Saturday, at 39o "Oneita" Union SuitsHeavy, natural wool plated the 75c grade Saturday at 69o. "Oneita" Union Suits of heavy cashmere, in white and natural gray, the $1.50 quality, $1.39. "Ypsilanti" Union Suits of blue cashmere in medium weight, fine garments, at $3,00. "Vassar" Union Suits Swiss ribbed, full regular made, of silk and lisle, in flesh and white, medium weight our $4.00suits, at $3.89. Union Suits in broken assort ments of silk and silk and lisle, in white, flesh, blue and pink, Saturday $2.50 Union Suits at $1.98. $3.50 Union Suits at $2.98. $5.50 Union Suits at $4.39. Men's Union Suits of heavy natural gray wool and blue worsted, in medium weights, at $2.50. "Black Bull" Union Suits in med ium and heavy weights, a standard make of the highest excellence, at $2.59, $3.00 and $4.50. "Oneita Knit*" Union Suits of heavy weight, in sizes 38 to 42 only, $1.50 value, at 98o. "Ypsilanti" Union Suits of very fine natural gray wool and heavy merino, at $5. Shirts and Drawers of heavy natural gray merino, and fine camel'shair "Wrights" health wool shirts and drawers, all at $1.00. Shirks and Drawers of Heavy" wool, in natural gray arid cam el's hair, at $1.50. Shirts and DrawersFull regular made, in white and natural gray, at $2.50. Children's Boys' Shirts and Drawers of nat ural gray wool, sizes 24 to 34, values to 70c, at 50c. Girls' Swiss ribbed Vests and Pants of natural gray wool, values to 75c, all sizes at 50c. - Girls' Union Suits of heavy Egyp- - tian cotton, lightly fleeced, H made with drop seat all sizes 5 V at 50c. m r Gloves: Women's and Men's These Reductions of world-famous gloves are to make roomfor Perrin's, the best of them allPerrin's, the make for which this store is the sole selling agent here. ' $2.00 Women's Reynier Kid gloves, hand-sewed, at $1.80. $1.50 Women's Reynier Fanchon Suede gloves, at $1.35. Men's Street* and Dress Gloves of cape, kid, suede and mocha the win- ter importations have just come every kind fitted and warranted $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. Women's and Children's Golf Gloves in solid and fancy colors also com- plete stocks of Kayser's silk-lined cashmere gloves, and silk-lined silk gloves, 50c, 75c and $1.00. Jail High Class Millinery All Trimmed Hats at about half price, some less. Hats worth to $10.00 for $6.00. I Hats worth to $20.00 for $12.00. Hats worth to $15.00 for $9.00. I Hats worth to $30.00 for $15.00. Hats worth to $45.00 for $20.00. Not* one Hat* reservedNo refunds or exchanges. * $3.00 Hats for $1.50. $4.00 Hats for $2.00. $5.00 Hats for $2.50. Bamsley Crash Toweling. All linen, the 10c quality, no more than 10 yards to a buyer, at 5c. 7 to 9 only. Colored .Wash FabricsA large display of printed madras, a yard wide, in light and dark col orings Percales in light color ings, 36 inches wide Woven Madras in light and medium col ors, 32 inches widevalues from 15c to 20call in one group, at V/zc. Girls' Stockings^Fast black, fleece lined, sizes 6 to 10, the 15c quality, at 10c. 7 to 9 only. Real Seal Chatelaine Bags, and grain leather wrist bags, with chain and leather handles, worth up to 75c, at 39c. 7 to 9 only. . Grants by the British and Foreign Bible society to Dr. Morrison and his assistants for producing the first Chinese Bible totaled $50,000, while to Dr. William Carey and his associates in the vari ous Serampore versions the grants of money and material exceeded $25,000. /- '-*", 'jMi^M^^^^Mrl'i^zM , " r? 1: TH E Toothsome Morsels fresh for Saturday * 30c Honey Creams, 17c. 40c Butter Brittle, 24c. MINNEAPOLIS JOUBNAL.^* A "The beauty of Dayton's styles surpasses all I haye seen this fall," said one discriminating woman the other day, a woman whose discernment is founded in the knowl- edge of what every store in the Twin Cities is showing. That is enough to bring here Saturday to see our new things every woman who needs a coat, an article of fur or a suit. \ ^tt|iwi^iBil^wViii^l*^iWW^^ f- Candy *S"Second Floornew part, * " Popular Price Hats Half Price- All Trimmed Hats JlS-Second Floor new part. Every Hat new this season. Half Price- 3.00 Hats for $3.00. 3.00 Hats for $4.00. 3.00 Hats for $4,50. 25c Cold Cream, 10c. - 40c Perfumes, per ounce, 20c. 1-lb Borax, 12c. 7 to 9 only. Men's Socks^Merino, Oxford gray, the 20c quality, at 2 pairs for 7 to 9 only. - . 25 c. - - ' - - - It Is calculated that the number of timber sleepers on the railways of the world does not fall far short of 1.405,000,000, and a low esti mate of their value ts $900,f000,000. X-i'^&J.^Mi SILK LEADERS F THE NORTHWEST. SEVENTH AND NICOLLET. Coats of Montagnac and Zibeline, 32inches long, double breasted, strapped seams, bishop sleeves, turn cuffs, trimmed with the new metal buttons, lined with heavy satincoats that are brimming over with style and value$12.50 Zibeline Coats in oxford, black and brown, made Of very fine and heavy quality all seams piped with satin, fitted back with cloth straps, forming belt effect 30 inches long. The best coat in the city at $15. Coats of Kersey45 inches long, half-fitted back, military collar, waist-length cape, lined with the best satin these coats in brown and black, $20. Kersey Coats50 inches long, demi-fitted back, military shoulder cape, double breasted, tailor stitched, lined with heavy satinanother rare value at $25. Kersey Coats with long military cape, Watteau pleat back, double breasted, pouch sleeves, lined with best satin 30 inches longa model made up especially for us, and one of the best values we nave had, at $25* . Coats in every new style and materiallater modes than you have yet seen, $29.75. $35, $42.50 to $75. J-Second Floor. ^ t&-First FloorElevators. QRQSIU A women's Sorosis fine kid shoe and a fine kid glove are made from practically the same leather, only tanned differently. Foreign-made gloves sell in this country at higher prices than domestic. Women think the quality is worth the difference in price. In Europe the people forosispay ladly a premium for shoes. In England the price is $4.00 per pair in Germany $4.50 in Cana da $4.50 Russia and France $5.00. Everywhere in the United States the price for nearly every style is only $3.50. 150 styles to select from. Hair Goods The Misses Olsen Good Hair Goods always. For Saturday $2.50 Switches, $2.00. $3.00 Switches, $2.25. $5.00 Switches, $4.00. Girls' New Coats: Very Good "Very Good" refers, also, to the amount of style you get here, regardless of price. You who want a girl's coat at a modest cost will get style distinction thrown in. This store has earned its fame as the Dest store for girls' coats by giving you much extra style- value at no more cost. All the coats here were designed for us you will find duplicates nowhere else. Pretty Coat of kersey, with full cape, storm collar, stole front, bishop sleeves, flare cuffs, trimmed with gunmetal but tons, sizes 6 to 14$5.50. Kersey Coats Long, velvet piped,, trimmed with narrow bands of velvet and braid stole front, pouch sleeves, flare cuffs 6 to 14 years, at$7.50. Girls* Coats of Scotch mixtures, all wool, full length, large cape, bishop sleeves, turn cuffs, stole front, coat piped with vel vet sizes 6 to 14, $10. Many nev styles of Dresses have just co?ne'-$S and up. ConcertLadies' Orchestra. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Egyptian Melodies"Echoes From Egypt" Van Alstyne MarchFinale"Tale of the Sea Shell" Ludera (4- ^v "Peter Thompson" Style Coats The swellest of the season's novelties made with large box pleat back, full bishop sleeves with flare cuffs, gunmetal but tons full length shown only here Size 6, $8. Sizes 8 and 10, $10. Kersey Coats of the best grade, some box styles, some with belt double-breasted, shoulder cape, pouch sleeves, flare cuffs trim med with velvet and gunmetal buttons our $18.50 and $19.75 coats, at $16.50. i3~Second Floor. 7 to 9:30. Leadership Thelma T. Lyons. March"The Jolly General" Waltz"Charm of Love" , Cohen Chinese Oddity"Ragtime Laundry" Powell Selection"Kins: Dodo"... Two-StepCharacteristic"Mandy" Cole & Johnson Ragtime March"A Pipe I?ream" Grumble Dance"The Tortured Thomas Cat"(From "The Tenderfoot") Heartz Fantaiaie"Hearts and Flowers" Tobani Intermezzcrj-"Iolanthe" . Powell Selection"Florodora" 10. 11. 12. MS" Second FloorNew Part. Daylight Basement Clothes baskets made of very fine willows 3 sizes, worth to $1.00 sale price Small 49o Medium . .S9o Large 69o Galvanized iron heavy, 8 sizes. The Hardware, Crockery, and Toy Store wash tubs, first quality, extra Small 39o Medium 4-9O Large 59o Heavy galvanized iron gar bage pails, 3 sizes, worth to $1.25. 3-gallon 69o 5-gallon 69o 10-gallon 89o Chamber pails, heavy Jap anned tin, worth AA|A 40c Sale price.. * - * - ~ \ Is today without an equal among the gas burning lights it gives a light equal to four other mantle burning lights at a third of their cost it uses but one mantle and that a very durable one $1.50 up. See it* burn. "M. E. Wallace. Saturday Evening Fro m 7 to 9 Onl y .., \ ~ ".':- tSfln Bright Basement * No Telephone or Nail Orders Filled at* these prices. 7 to 9 only. ^ Handkerchiefs100 dozen "Wom en's fine and sheer Irish linen handkerchiefs, with hand-em broidered initials and wreaths, all letters, worth 15c, at 8c. 7 to 9 only. Windsor Ties in plaids, stripes, dots and solid colors, sold at 25c, go at 10c. " 7 to 9 only. , -s Girls' CoatsA Grand Clean-Up - 'Thi s alone constituted a serious drain on the timber supplies of the world. ' ",) .4 I in the Bright Basement. We Are Closing Out These Coots, the last of the dry goods in the Bright Basement, which will hereafter be given over to our immense House- furnishing department. Get one of These Bargains Every Coat Is a New StyleThis fall's product , the coats are made with capes, bishop sleeves, . ^_ come in red, tan, castor sizes, 6 to 14 years, '-'/""" price cut like this Saturday evening from 7 to 9: - * Girls' $1.50 and$1.75 Coats, $1.19 Girls' $2.00and $2.25 Coats, $1.79 ' "Girls' $2.50 and $2.75 Coats, $1.98 Girls' $2.75 and $3.00 Coats, $2.39 Miss Ethel Bailey of Crystal Springs, Miss., sister of Senator Bailey of Texas, has entered Mississippi politics as a candidate for state librarian. The United States will sell about $10,000,000 worth of traits in Europe this year. \v^ *fcg *&* 0r HMH JEHUS' 4mrtirf i'^.., t. NOVEMBER 13, 1903. Carleton. Furs Nearseal CoatsFine bargainsone lot of ex ceptional value that have every attribute of this fall's fur fashionfull $55 values, at $45. Near Seal CoatsBlouse and fitted front styles, made of the best skins and under our own supervisioncoats that sustain the Dayton fur reputation$45. $55 to $75. Krimmer CoatsWhite, and of large curl, double-breasted, storm collar, 24 inches long, satin lined coats of reliability$39.7 5. $45. $55 to $65. Astrakhan CoatsDayton's Astrakhans have a fame all their own and no store sells as many they are our own make we know them from skin to finished garments we warrant the skins, the sewing, the lining, and give you the best values you ever had, at $35* $45, $50 and $69.75. Persian Lamb Coats in blouse and fitted front styles, trimmed and untrimmed revers and collarsa very large stock$115 to $195. Scarfs in Isabella and Sable fox, single and double skins, $8.50, $10, $12.50, to $50. Cluster Scarfs of Marten, well-selected skins, six tails, at $5.00. 49-Second Floor. -1/ Book^ s Stewart -4 Ash Sifter, like cut, will fit any ordinary barrel, worth 9$&f* 60c, sale price w w Girls' $4.00 and $4.50 Coats, $3.49 Girls' $5.00 and $5.25 Coats, $3.79 Girls' $5.25 and $5.50 Coats, $3.98 Girls' $5.50 and $6.00 Coats, $4.49 America is now exporting about $7,000,000 worth of shoes a year, of which Great Britain gets one-third. Of the strides In Great Britain last year 86,917 were successful. 35,515 unsuccessful and 41,645 accepted compromise,, j,-,, ^* j-v.i.-v'f- .. r'"' r^ m Defective Page VRed f 55Kfti KigersEugene Thwing. $1.18. ^\ Saturday Morning 9:30 to 10:30 Saturday Morning Saturday Morning at 9:30 we start an hour sale in the linen department that will be a fitting^ climax of the Third Day in the Thanksgiving Linen Sale. There will be Double Satin Pattern Table Cloths m the newest designs, 2x2J yards, worth $4 each and Napkins, fxf, worth $4 a dozen, all of the best Irish and Scotch Damask, at a Folding hardwood Wash Bench, like cut, extra strong, worth & 3* A $1.25, only VOW Gas Globes, an ele gant new line, al the latest designs at*?0d.ne1,l See our Leader Gas Globe at AC. only A9W White enamel steel Pudding or Milk Pans, OOf. 3 sizes only 1 9o, 25o and 4EW White enamel steel Cups and Saucers, regu- 4 Q A lkr price 25c, sale price - Wf The Block Light, Women's Stocking Supporters, with patent clasp, all colors, always 25c, at 15c. ' 7 to 9 only. Pillow Tops500 Tops of Oriental designs, size 24x24 inches, worth 20c, at 9c. Second floor," new - part. r ~m ' 7 to 9 only. Girls' Dresses of all wool serge cheviot, made in the new sailor style,with tie and bishop sleeves collar, tabs and cuffs trimmed ' with braid in navy, red and brown sizes 5 to 14 years reg ularly priced at $6. Saturday -' evening only at $4.95. -, o V , 7 to 9 only, ,: *SBrififht Basement. A locomotive testing laboratory will be a fea ture of the transportation building at the world's fair. . " The United States thought from Hawaii in the fiscal year more than $26,000,000 worth, add sold in that territory less than $11,000,000. ''iSt^'?M *fo*"M*- V&&? You may Learn Baking Here /fKi In the Bright* Basement there are experts in baking ready- to show anything you may ask. Saturday we will also serve a fine luncheon and make you a present of a hand- some cook bookAll this at the demonstration of Hunt's Perfect Baking Powder. The attention of the dis criminating book buy- ^^^^^^^^ ersthe readers who """"""~"""~" desire to avoid the commonplaceis directed to the following books they are all equally worthy of attention. Little Shepherd of Kingdom ComeJohn Fox. Jr., $1.18. Cherry-'Booth Moret Tarkington, 98o. Luders Gallops. 2David Gray. 98o. Adventures of GerardConan Doyle, 9 J .18. Barlasch of the GuardsHenry Seton Merriman, $1.18. Col. Carter's ChristmasF. Hopkinson Smith. $1.18. Long NightStanley Weyman. $1.18. Castle TwilightMargaret Potter.Jj 1.18 Filigree BallKatherine Green. $1.1$. 49"Bright Basement. Handkerchiefs Women's handkerchiefs, all linen, full laundered, i-inch hemstitch ing, worth 8c, at 5c. Women's and Men's handker chiefs of pure Irish linen, J, J and . J-incn hemstitching also women's handkerchiefs with embroidered initials and wreaths, worth up to 15c, at 10 c. Women's and Men'sOf all Irish linen, J, and J-inch hemstitch ing also women's and men's initialed handkerchiefs, full laundered, worth 20c, at 14c. Women's and Men's Handker chiefs of fine Irish linen, |, and i-inch hemstitching, ready for use, the 25c quality, 17o. Women's Sheer Irish Linen Hand kerchiefs, embroidered in new and dainty patternslaundered, unlaundered and demi-launder ed, good 20c values, at 12Jo. Women's Handkerchiefs of exqui sitely fine Irish linen, embroid ered inbeautiful designs, a wide variety, values as high as 75c, at 48c. , 1 1 Veils. Ready-to-wear Veils of fl n e quality chiffon, 1$ yards long, in black and colors hemstitch ed, tucked and ribbon borders chenille and embroidered dots, sold at $1.25 and $1.50,. Satur- day89c. 'Ribbons. Taffeta RibbonsAll silk, No. 60, 3 inches wide, in all the most sought for colors, 20c value, at 12%o. Imported Fancy Ribbons in new plaids and checks, beautiful colorings, as wide as 7 inches, worth to $1.00 a yard, at 32c. Jewelry Storting Silver Hat* Pins with very long pins pretty novelty * designs^ worth up to 50c, at 25o. 5 39c. 5 Genuine Surprise Price $4 Table Cloths at $4 Napkins at Watch for our Surprise TablesA different one every day. Friday we sold hundreds of waist patterns, worth 60c to 90c a yard, at 29c. Saturday we wind up the first week of Surprise Tables with the best bargain of all. V. Children Saturday we are going to give the children something in the way of rare bargains in "shoes. .:-' i--:- We have arranged three lots on tables all sizes for school and dress, at 99c $1.29 and $1-49 worth to $2.75. You Know that our shoes, regardless of price, are of solid leather staunch and true. . Cotton Blankets10-4 size, soft, and a large variety of colored borders no more than one pair to a buyer the 65c kind, at 49c. Third Floor. 7 to 9 only. Axminster Rugs, 18x36, in a wide range of patterns no more than two to a buyer the $1.25 qual ity, at 78c. "/ Third Floor. . 7 to 9 only. White Curtain Muslin in stripes, 36 inches wide, no more than 10 yards to a buyer the 10c quality at 5c. , Third Floor. - * " \,, ' 7 to 9 only.^ * :'"',.''- Walking Skirts of heavy weight Melton cloth, strapped seams, ' flare' fashioned, inverted pleat back, made to sell at $3.95. Sat urday evening, $2.75.' . - - y -r' 7 to 9 only. .,w- " One of the most popular actors in Vienna la Ludwig Martlnelli, who has been on the staEe forty-five years. He fs still active in his proF fession. ' Man's recuperative power' after an injurr Is In Inverse raUo,.^,^te speiaj. advancement. * tt Leather Goods Saffian Automobile Bags in red, blue and green 7-inch frame an especially good value at 9 IZ5I Wrist Bags of real seal and wal- , rus, large Bize, 6-inch frame , I j moire lined, inside clasp pocket, 'leather lined a fine $2.50 value at $1.69. TheDragStore Benzoin and Almond Lotion, 6- ounce bottle for 25c. Shaving Soap, 4c. Violet Toilet Water, 4-ounce bot tle, 39o. Shinon Cream Silver Polish, 19c. Witch Hazel, J-pint bottle, 80. Good Tooth Brushes, 10c. Isle of Violet Almond Meal, 18c. Henry's Tooth Powder, 15c. _ H Chamois Skins, $1.25 kind, 89c. g 5 Complexion Brushes, 50c quality, 5 :- '!& I m 4.** tJ "'' $C-"