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WASHINGTON-NEW YORK- BALTIMORE.
513-515 Seventh Street.
"You Can Have It Charged."
4 Two Great Offerings in
op Coas
4
For Friday Only.
4 We've sold more top coats than in any
past season. Result is that the lines are con
siderably broken in the matter of sizes. They
are the weights which can be worn right up
to the coldest weather, and in moderate
. weather the winter through. We've placed
4 what are left on two great display tables and
taken a third from the prices for a quick
close out tomorrow. As the number is lim
4 ited better conic as early as~possible.
4
40 $7.50 Top Coats C0
4 to Be Sold at - - - - - $5,UU
These are in several shades of the popular tan coverts. and in one shade or 4
anotter you'll find all sizes from 34 to 44. They are nicely lined, and tailored
as only lit-i t clothing Is tailored.
63 $12.50 Top Coats +
to Be Sold at - - - - - qI
01 vAs this was the largest and most sold-from line the lots remaining show a big
4 variety of styles and kinds. Unfinished Worsteds, plain black cheviots, light and 4
dark Oxford gray and tan coverts. Taking the lines through there's every size,
34 to 44. but not a complete size line in any one kind. Fabrics and tailoring
4* leave nothing to be desired from the quality standpoint. $9.75 buys your choice
from thes hine eoats.
The more you know about the "rain coats" the better you'll
4* like them. They're up to date and dressy for any and all kinds of
weather, rain or shine. $12.50 and more.
Men's $ L50 Trousers, $1.00.
\len-s good quality Business Tronsers, neat dark gray and brown stripes; never sold
under $t.:k'. ud well worth it. For tomorrow the price nill be $1.
THE DENNIS IlNQUEST DOWN ON THE ISTHMUS
BESUMPTION OF THE HEARING THE DISCOMFORTS OF LIFE IN2
TOMORROW MORNING. PANAMA.
Bick Witness Recovvered Sufficiently Despite All the Disadvantages of Ix
to Appear and Testify-Move- istence There One Yearns
ments of Detectives. to Return.
Coroner Nevitt will tomorrow morning at From the San Francisco Call.
.o o'clock resume the hearing which was "Life in Panama has Its disadvantages,'
started last week in the case of Mrs. Ada said a mining man from the Darien dis
.ilbert Dennis. who died about ten months trict. "The luxuriant vegetation, gayly
after she had been murderously assaulted plumaged birds and the happy, care-free at
at her home. 1117 K street northwest. Sev- mosphere of the tropics may appeal to peo
eral witnesses were examined last week. pIe of artistic temperament, but the prac
but no testimony was given which would tical man is too conscious of the many
in any way assist the jurors in their effort physical discomforts that he meets. I ca
to lix the responsibNity for her death. tell you that it is no fun to ride a mule
- The hearing was continued on account that has to wade through mud four feel
of the absence of Richard Cole. colored. who deep, to be poisoned by the venomous In
was employed as porter in the house of sects that regions or put ur
Mrs. Dennis about the time the assault was with the lazy, unprincipled habits of the
committed. He has now about recovered degraded natives.
from an attack of typhoid fever and will "To begin with, the number of insects tha
be ahie to appear and give his testimony. have a fondness for the human body is le
'Several other %%itnesses will also be Fx- gion. We think the fleas of California ar
a-mined. a dreadful pest, bitt we do not appreclate
At tomorrow's session of the jury some
testimony" of importance may be given, the fact that it is possible t catch them (i
and it may be of material assstance to ones have sufficent agility). Now, the Pan
te members of the jutry in reaching a con- ama flea is a tiny creature, bright red i
clusiu. Detective Hlorne, and perhaps two color, and it is almost impossible to se
or three polcemen, will be among tituse him. When you are aware of his presenc
c(and he is very forcible in making himsel
o will sknown), the only means of relief is to bath
Anoter Pstpnemet Pssibe wit atcheolazy n inciphled abiseth
nI"To befoin rwih,g the oue ofits thto
willbe endredntcsar onaccuntof h eao youndnessre the huan wakefu ighte
bseer othe cityesse weciasve Hert-ginWetnkhefasoClfrnar
At~r tomakew' ansnestiaion in jr connen 'Sllwretnthltleedfa nfa
,thtimon ofrd- imortery. may bte Hai-ve edalyin, lfc sasml ne
an it ay beu ofmerom agstnne tha esit h ls ftefe,uun
he memtber (apthe juorymn it recing satd con- oi.anItbrwsnothfeh,ay
cu o. DetectieHrnatind hehaps reevdat egtawon ace n cue o
orte thi f poicemen i hli e didmotng iosePeltl sc nwihth g sl
what tis gietstionyw. Sofrahosestoteieofn rarpaan
noher satponermente~ .f hosbere st ermvda ona osbei
. It- ma b thatfrte hotemen rtopeentlo pioin.Mn
vrilonbaccendered necessarytinnaccountsofithe
absThecnoficm inethetoperatitncofvremavtn
aor Sto maepanc itigatinw i conection
wih ther mhud e : fther Detetiemarti cmot o,anevrtiges.te
tat a summctied homeiga iro axee gunningoe hti hedwl aehscef
eitinatnatives,t.hooavince.mulchsskilledn thi
bause of tymeorwmatong litlesugialopraie.cheetevedin
isrftrstmfelt he:sackAmaynbeeasil. Camoee
Wta EDD EDft AnThthdi AN OtIS kn witot rwn h lo,bti oe
wha_ths_ifomaton _as toreai tearrnssanaselinhek
knrw. Raal Beo mesg Mrs. Wbeena thre-tinaPinu n. ayAe
Tuaels haveAbeenelaidfupsfortmokths on ac
oro rdevit oudeth actinoghee necs,adcheearpc
tiniwhichsaafootn.as beenaamputatedstodsao
A StArPOLter tht e ne N ofb. no reasonb fe o hetrmnsofte
whyrrhere sol bes annafurther stnment lauesesa tte mpsiiit,nn
Mrdstauhe J. Wr RandallBeo sMr. Willimr.te n h e la ilfn hi a
lllm Bladen Lowndesof . Svg,iudrhaybcsi egn n t
walking bpotc. ToeTonlyFsolution ofr.
son of former Governor 1,lovd lownd-s, rbe st er rmtentvst
took place this af, rnuon at 4 o'clock at: St.trcofemvnth . senutpo
nne's Protestant Episcopal Church. In epdtosi ~ntucmo oset
the sanctuary w, r. the Rt. Rev. WVilliam beitopraepnthrtesTeeI
Parec. bishop of Maryland; the Recv. Jo-aohrcetr,abrn om h
Seph P. Meeomas, recto~r oft St. Anne's. andsoeisgtsblwhekn.Iissma
the Rev. Percy F-. Iltull, rector of St. i fett h n aejs ecie
Timothy's Church. to~unsville.,
The bride wore an exquisite gown ofSnksAePntul
white satin. trimnmed with rare old lace Sasoflldcrpis.rmthba
and chiffon, with an aid lace veil, a familycosrtrtoheomnhalsssk
heirloom which had been left to be worn byofsaltdiein,asohreint
the nieces of a great-great aunt on theirreinofPam.Oefthmstdd:
wedding day. The veil was caught tip withofteerpisinesthteetatvr
orange blossoms worn by the brides hs gtesrasad hnpln pt
mother at her wcdding. The bridte's only iestenaie r ontnl nt
ornament was a harvest moon of diamonds,alrfothm Tewiemnwowse
the gift of the b>ridegroom. She carried a ~si ntesrasst ntemdl
shower bouquet of white violets and liliesth aopigu'whhsgnaro
of the valley, tied with long white chiffon hskesadsot stentvspi
streamers. The bride was received at the ottesae ntesraigbace
steps of the sanctuary by the bridegroom., smn stet f hs ag,pio
accompanied by his brother. Mr. Lloydousnkshvbenhtinadtncc
Lown.des, jr.. of Cumberlanld. as best man.tw orhremespterir. hr
The- maid of hunor was Miss Mary Arden sest en raueo hc h lc
Randall, sister of the bride. The brides-haemrfartnteyhvofhe
maids were Misses Elizabeth Lloy.d Lowndesveo usnas,ndtywllpeaw
of Cumhnerland, daughter of former Gover- otIt h urn ahrta obna
nor l.owndes, and sister of the bridegroom-;h hc aktes,weeteeeei
Agnes Randall Brune of Baltimore, daugh- ohia if a uk
te' of Mrs. T. Barton Brune and a cousin of Soefth mksaeasunlieb
th rd;Dorothea Vincent Swinburne, cuko e.Oengt h iigm
dauighter of Capt. Swinburne. U. S. N.,hertispclanoe,wchoud
commander of the Texas: Sarah A. Burwell lu nuht ei i om edr
of Mt. Savage: Dorothy Hart Dyer. daugh- ntse ntefor u,rahn o
ter of Commander George L. Dyer, U. S. N., lnen tukalgtadcuiul a
and in charge of the U. S. B. Santee at thehiwaabutero.Fndgnthn
aval Academy: and Margaret Wentworthhewtousd,gniha.Tehos
~rowne. daughter of Mrs. Tracey Browne of aestfu etfo h rudt e
Snnapolis. All wore costumes of pa-ie blue mto recruaino i n h
1k mull over white taffeta, the skirts madeprenfer.ndwnhesoeda
bx plaited with matrimony stitch, the es h ih ftelnenudrt
yokes, sleeves and girdles being of ecruhoethrwsaclednkeagr oa
lace,.hnamnsamadfi enfe e
A reception to the bridal party and imn- B httesaeadfudcs
wsdlate friends of the two families wasnto o h ern ftemMdet
GhId immediately after the wedding at the mhgn er ~eayi ~ea
sauful colonial home of the bride's par- mnI asaa si U
him.sWheyo are a wih wde of hisprse c
(adh1svr ocbl nmkn isl
9 to 10.
New Walking Skirts, stylishly
made with deep emens bottom; ox
tra ...;dpopelicid;at$ 7
New and Handsome Dress
Skirts, stylishly made with parallel rows of
fine silk bands; deep Bounce; bst velvetean
binding; black and blue; iagalar $ 98
price, $6.98....................
Yard-wide Bleached Muslin;
fall pieces; soft and tlne; regularly '&.
sold at 9c. yard (quaatity limited)... 57C.
Men's 12% c. Black Hose.. 5C.
Cardigan Jackets, $1.25 69c"
value ................................
Men's Soc. and 69c. Un
derwear ..........................25c.
Unbleached Muslin, fine
and soft: sells at 5e. yard.......... C.
Dark Outing Flannel, from 2 to
8-yard pieces; all the new stripe and
check effects........................ 4M C
Black and White Percaline, full
yard wide, soft and lustrous; retails every
where at 10c. yd.; full pieces~~.
(quantity to a buyer limited)........ .
Unbleached Canton Flannel,
large mill ends; soft and fleeey; 3
good-width................ ........
Magic Foot Relief, usually SC
sold at 10c. .. ... ....................
Infants' Lambskin Button and
Lace Shoes; red. chocolate, black and
white; never sold under 25c........... *
Women's Storm and Croquet
Rubbers: first quality; nearly all sizes; l C
usually 50c.................... ..... *
Men's Velvet Embroid
ered House Slippers; all sizes........ C.
+ 36-inch Cream Curtain Scrim,
4 pretty patterns; sells at 5c.
Ryard .............................~C
Waterproof Felt Win
dow Shades; with all fixtures........ ...
Pretty Oriental Cushion
Tops; sell at 15c................... 3 C
Good Quality 5-4 Table
Oilcloth; remnants; pretty colors.... 573C.
French Flannel Waists ; pretty
4w colors and styles; some slightly f9r
massed; none worth less than $1.98... l
Children's G i n g h a m
Dresses; 1 to 3 years; nicely made.... 15C.
4 Boys' Well-made Percale
Waists; pleated both back and front. 8 C.
Boys' Long - wearing I 9C"
Knee Pants.......................... .
Boys' Excellent Gtade Blue
Norfolk Suits, with sailor collar: shield and
collar ailk embroidered; regular $.8vle;szs3to8yas... n2
$9 value; sies 3od8 years .
Clark's O. N. T. Darn- I
ing Cotton .......................... f C.
Children's Untrimmed and
Ready-to-wear Hats; many styles in felts. &c.
-all new and desirable, sell up t
S 10 to 11.
Women's and Misses' Ready-to
Wear and Untrimmed Hats, including Shep
berdess. turbana, short backs, flats. etc., in
finest camels hair and fur felts; sell 79
up to $1.98; this hour ..............a9C
Wings, Breasts, Pompons, etc.
for hat trimmings; worth up to 25c.
+ Infants' 12%cc. Fast Black
Hose................................ SC.
Children's 15c. Black
Ribbed Hose: all sizes.............. 6/2C"
Men's All-silk Shield
Bows: 20e. value....................... .
+ "Anchor" Brand Unlaun
4 dered Shirts........................39C.
4 Men's Madras Shirts,
4 50c. value............................ 9 c .
n Sample Underwear,
shirts only; $1.00 to. $1.75 values...... 9C
Domet Flannel Night
Shirts: 69c. quality...................44c
New Golf Cloth for
Walking Skirts: gray and Oxford; reg- 20.
ularly 39c. yard.............. ...... e
All-silk Surabs, full 24 inches
wide; double warp; full pieces; extra fine qual
ity; all the wanted colors. Srll at 69c.
yard lone dress or waist pattern to a Il9C
buyer)............................... *
Golf Plaids, in camel's hair ef
fects: fine for skirts and children's dresses; full
38 inches wide; extra heavy weight; 25C
5oc. always .......................... "'
Storm Serges, so popular for
skirts and c,stumes; 40 inches wide; blaci
and navy; very serviceable; regularly 25c.
White Shaker Flannel
fine and soft; sells at 5c. yard..... 72c.
Women 's new and extremely
stylih alkn Skirt; gray,blue nhd blc
wide flare and rows of tailor stitch
lug: never sold under $5.98. ... . . . . .i,J
Finest Wide-wale Cheviot Dress
Skirts, made and trimmed in a hlgh-class man.
ner and extremely stylish and elegant; blue and
black; perpendicular tucks; $7.98 is db
the marked price................ e
Lot of Sample Fall Suits ; stylel
Sinde soe bels-rot akets, some coe
skirts are made in the latest shape, flare and
Bounce effects: binding. paaking and every
detal hih cas; seUl upto$4 9
Stylish Imitation Mink
Neckoleces. B tails................1.9e
Boys' Corduroy Knee
Pants, ~wear like leather; 50e. value.. 29c.
Bos Red and Blue.
Wst;extra weli made snd ser'v- ^ '
Boys Fine Laundered Waists
white adpercale; slightly sold
Boys' Fancy Silk Novelty Vests
double breasted; sizes S and 4 years; 2 c
el upto $2.00.. ..........
ZBoys' Double-breasted, Norfoll<
-and Vestie Suits; always sell at $; niien
epfrom S to 16 years; for this hour
onl.y..... ...........-----........
WEGILITS'
snakeskin,. which measured 14 inches In
wide,, now deoorates a wall In a home
"way down east."
Plenty of Kud.
But insects and snakes are not the only
trials of Panama life. Where it rains ten
months in the year the mud naturally
causes some Inconvenience. Tne mud on
the roads averages four feet In depth, and
you must not be surprised when the poor
mule you are riding rolls over Into this
st.cky stuff, carrying you with him. You
simply get up. shake yourself a bit, dig the
Smud from your mule's eyes and go on your
Sway-rejoicing.
So Inconvenient is the mud to travelers
Sthat distances covered in four hours In
summer consume two days in winter. But
mines must go en ana business must be
*transacted regardless of rain and mud.
This superfluity of mud makes the sub
Sject of dress in Panama regions a very im
Sportant matter to t..e white man (not to
ethe native). The most serviceable and com
Sfortable costume consists of khaki trousets
jand a loose shirt of some thin material.
SBut you must have as good supyof these,
eas It is often necesay to maetwo and
three .changes a day-especially if you have
Sbeen roiled In the mud with your mule a
-couple of times.
* 101 tile Uinekbint m a Dagbladet.
hair la idles is stil teieed
==at It se ao ioap fashiyme.
aWe as teld that the latest Parls EWaShOp
te away hair. anud It a tMaed that nott
*s ha =ZV b i hityar.ti
Ag
We predict and
Hour Sale day tomo
Two great and forceful reasc
the Hour Sales.. They are the fi
sold at much below actual whole,
paying as you wish in small amot
Fridays? Tomorrow's list is imm
10 to 11.
(CONT UED.)
Women's Black and Red Juliets,
warm lined: far trimmed; all sise.;
never ofered unier $.00......... ce
Misses' Cloth-top and Plain-top
Button Shoes; patent leather iamp; E(
sizes 12 and 1; were $1.50; chocle.... "
Babies' Kidskin Button
Shoes; sizes 1 to 6; sell at 25c, and fl fL
3e ....................... ..*
Women's Seven-button '
Tailor-made Cloth Overgaiters; sell
at 25c............... ................
Heavy Comforts, in pret
ty colors............................
Handsome White Applique Bu
reau and Washstand Scarfs; a
Shams and Centerpieces; sell up to18i
40c..............................
Heavy White Bedspreads ;
full double-bed size; worth 60c........ *
Pretty Nottingham Lace Cur
tains. several handsome styles; sell 69c.
up to $1.00 pair .................
Heavy Stair or Runner Oil
cloth; pretty patterns and colorings; 4 t.
sells at 10c. yard .................. 47 *
Babies' Outin Flannel
Sacaues. pretty stripe e ects,......... .
Infants' Slips, good cam
br:c, with dainty emh oldery trimming..1 9c.
For
r. 0'"
- - -vet
ond
day
wer
it t,
- - -met
- 1/4 Col,
besi
blot
fini!
exq
van
and
aga
Women's Heavy 'Outing Flan
nel Underskirts: good iath' dit p hem
and torchon lace inserting; Oc. kind..
Shaker Flannel Petticoats ;
long and short; infants' sie to 3 years.. c.
50c. Corsets, medium and 29C
long: all sizes ........................ "
Dozen Pearl Buttons..... 1C.
ll.to Il2..
An extra special offering of
finely made and stylish Dress Skirts of Black
and Blue Cheviot; the newest shape;
will sell at $3.98.................. $
Elegant Black . Taffeta Silk
Dress Skirts. superbly trimmed with serpen
tine effects, in corded bands; ex
tremely stylish and handsome; $
regularly $24.98..... ........... "* .
New and Handsome $7.98 Run
ab.out or Walking SkIrts, in. One mixed Thibets,
gray, blue and black; modlii slot seams; deep
tailor-etitched doetnee; very stylfsh $9
and fine grade...................
Fine Black Kersey Capes, fin
ished with rows of tailor stitching new in
shape and to be. muci .worn for fall $49
and winter; regular price. $6.$8.... -
Extremely Stylish and High
-grade Coats In inset kersey, black, tan and
castor; silk lined throughout; very$79
smart and dressy; $10.96 value... *
Handsome Imitation Marten
Fur Nec kpieces, soft and good qual-.$29
ity; 4 lung tails... .. ..... ...a. ... *
Beautiful TalTeta Silk Under
skirts, colors ad black; elaborately
ruffled and accoion pleated; regn- ti f
larly $6.98.......... ---,
Elegant Quality Black and Col
ored Taffeta. Peau de Soie and Peau de Cygne
Silk Waists; superb and beautiful
styles and. effects; sell regularly at
$6.98 .................-..--.-.-.-.-.-4-- 8
Choice from a new .pnrchase of
fne Fail and Winter -Costumes; beautiful all
over tucked styles; fine quality cheviot; blue,
black and brown; some- are eleganty trimmed
with moire silk ands ne $1.9
fore offered udr$69.....
Fine Black Silk Velvet, so de
sirable for waists, dresses and garniture; ur
anteed good silk velvet; sells at $1 6 c
yard everywhere................. *
Black Sicilian Serge, full 50
inches wide, extra h qaiy i
ited lot; regular $1 .............. U *-3 c
GRE~ATER
SlAT.AXT IN LITTEN ITALY.
Guaint Grocery Stores Peculiar to That
Section of New-York.
From the New York Evening lost.
Just as German immigration has made us
familiar with the delicateSseR shop, the
Ita.lian Is doing with his grocery. In the
six colonies which are established in New
York each has a full complement of these
establishments. The laygest and best are
in Mulberry Bend: next are those in Little
Italy on the Earlem east side, and in the
settlement near Catharine Ferry in Brook
lyn.
These shops are neat and interesting.
Their stock is somewhat like that of an
American store, but full of articles unfa
mituar to Yankee eyes. One of thle notice
able displays is in m.earoni. Of this goodly
edible forty varieties are shown, ranging
from a hair-Uike vermicelli to huge, clumsy
chunks calied cornarini. Toaes and
cheese are near. The former appears in a
tinned preparation of tomato pate. TMis is
the vegetable, plain or spaed. belied down
until it is a solid. The long coQis nbings
out thle Mayor, bet aseses tho e it. It
Is used for en.atat seans ased se$.The fa
vorites In cheels are Pam and Gegn-d
sola.- Other watete, IteiaRa and 1e.
are Isastock, bat~ do t ~..n= thes
.a~3aM -asaa nsssa s t
I Hour
have prepared for the
rTow.
ns stand for the overwhelming succe
ct that the highest and most desirabl<
ale costs in every instance; and th<
nts at stated intervals. Is it any won<
ensely interesting from beginning ti
lIl to 12.
(CONTINUED.)
Satin-finish Bed Ticking, fancy
stripe; heavy q ty; large mill2
lengths; worth lai$c ...... ...... YC
Beautiful Electric Seal Coats,
grade; low riced at..9....n $29.98
Extra Heavy Skirting Cloth,
plain and snowflake effects; can be made up
without .lining; e. value; this
hour ................................---.
Infants' White Wool Flannel, a
most timely need; never sold under 5C
19c. yard............................
Ladies' Fast Black Hose .7yc.
Children's z5c. and 35c. 15C
Heavy Underwear...................
Children's 35c. Fleeced
Ribbed Gray Underwepr..............
Men's Domet Flannel Pa
jamas, $1.50 quality....................$
Men's All-wool Sweat- e --
ers, =2.50 value................... . 7.
"Pioneer" Suspenders; 2 IC. -
39c. value.........................
Men's Famous "Eclipse"
Colored Shirts, slightly soiled; $1 value 59c.
Cardigan Jackets, $2.50
value ............................. $1.85
All Day Tomorrow
Women's ElegantV
ever Sold Under $2
The first lot of these superbly stylish
Costumes went out so rapidly that we
shipment, which was dated for No,
and will be ready for you tomorrow
a made to be sold at $25, and a glimps
ey are. They're the most elaborate al
.llic velvet, so much the rage with fa
>rs are black, blue, green and brown.
of the Paris and London models-cr
ise effect, broad shoulder styles, new
hed with rows of tailor stitching.
uisite suits make up one of the mos
:ageous purchases we have ever sec
we can safely say such suits will
n be offered at such a small price ...
Men's 5oc. Canton Flan
nel Drawers.......................33c.
Boys' Outing Flannel
Waists; warm and serviceable... 12/2c.
Boys' All-wool Knee Pants ;
nicely made of extra good m:
terials.............................. C.
Young Men's Fancy Dress
Vests; sizes up to 36; will fit somer0n
men; worth up to $2.50 ..............e 50o c.
SPECIAL-A lot of Young
Men's Suits. splendidly tailored in neat dark
mixed cassimeres. fancy chevk,ta and fancy
worsteds; many of them sold as high as $16.9S;
sizes 16 to i9 years; a wonderful $5.00
Boys' 3-piece Short Pants Suits
in One plain blue cheviot; extra good qual
ity; sizes 9 to 16 years; regularly ^29
sold at $4.00....................... $.98
Boys' Fine Grade Norfolk and
Double-breasted Suits; sizes up to $2.98
16 years; never offered under $4....
Moire Antiques, in such desira
ble shades as pink, light blue, reseda and corn;
extremelj popular; selling at 50e. 2 c
yard...................
All-linen Lunch Nap
kins; red horders; fringed...........QY eC
All-silk Colored Taffeta (not taf
fetaline); all the wanted shades; sells49
at 59c.................-.--...-----.
All popular brands Ioc.
Shoe Polish............--.--.-.-.-.--.---- *.
Women's Fine Kersey Cloth
..c..*.....'..'...."".....".......""5.9c.
Little Gents' Satin Calf and Box
Misses' and Children's Fleece
Heavy 5-4 Table Oilcloth, white
and colors; sells at 21c.7 c
Good Quality Capitol Window
Shades; various colors, wIth all 1 'tc
fixtUres..................................
Women's Beautiful White Hats,
in fur felts, heaver and scratch felt; ready to
wear and untrimmed; worth up to
$2.09; thi. ho.r only................
Women's Elegant Hats, stylish
ly made and trimmed with good uality vel
vets, fet,rhosi. h reaa ce, ece.;
styles; worth upto 36.98.....629
STORES, 51
rich cake known In English as marehpaue.
Dried chestnuts and chestnut meal are emn
ployed in thickening soups and makIng
purees and various kinds of breads and
boiled puddings.
The sausage exhibIt Is worthy of Ger
many. The Italian sausage- is usuaHly harder
and drier than the German, and possibly
higher flavored. The oldest Is the Bologna.
in which the peppercorn and garlic add sest
to the meat. The Italian alami comes sec
ond, and then follows a long series, all of'
which are nutritious and appetising. Occa
sionally the famous Spanish dainty, the
Vidh sausage, Is offered for sale.
In the better -stores in Mulberry Bend
may be procured the delUcate wafers and
biscuits of Florence, Venice an'd Milan.
which are the originals of the Vienna and
Champagne waters so largely used in Amuet
ican society, In the main they are sweeter
than the latter and a trifle fuller SaYored.
Notiseable are the graceful baskets in
which wine, eil and vinegar are put up.
They are of the same general type as the
Cianti fMek and d4ffer ehiely In the style
i which they a mtUrnasitd by straW
wrasing. fell. label and tassele4 eards.
If wet is nt a game socil enough to eat
Sales..
biggest and busiest
ss and widespread popularity of
qualities of merchandise are
great convenience afforded of
er such crowds fill the store on
i end.
il to 12.
(CONTINCD.)
Heavy White 10-4 Blankets,
pretty b or d ers; sell at 75e.4 s
pair ...............................
Heavy Bed Comforts, double
bed size; sell at 98c. 6-9^ .
=...............................09JC.
Pretty Moquette and Velvet
C a r p e t remnants. line for
Rugs...........................39C.
Heavy Quality Flannelette and
Percale Wrappers; aide skirts; deep Aeon"e;
extra well made and prettily trimmed;
worth $31.50.......................... 69C.
Women's and Children's Flan
nelette Gowns. fast colors; neat stripe
effects................................ 3 f .
Girls' Stylish Tan and Navy
Cloth Coats; 6 to 14 years; velvet $2.19
collar; worth $3.50 ................ *
"Little Beauty" Underwaists,
foe infants, boys and girls up to 12
years; corded or stgipped with stitched 21c.
bands..........--- ....... *...
3 papers Hairpins........ C
l2to fI.
New Fall Outing Flannels; lat
est patterns; very serviceble qual- 76C.
Ity; full pieces; i loc. Vie......-AR r O f ri l
--A Rare Offering
elvet Costumes
5.O---at $14.98.
and high-grade Metallic Vel
have had to hurry in the sec
ember 15. They came in to
morning. They're suits which
e will show how well worth
id elegant productions in finest
hionable dressers everywhere.
Beautifully designed after the
ochet braid ornaments, full
bishop sleeves, full flare skirt
hese
t -ad
ured,
never
Huck Towels, 19x36, red bor
ders, hemmed; never ofRered under 1 OC
15c.; this hour....................... *
Bleached Ready-made Sheets;
the kind sold always at 44c.; size 33C
54x90 (4 to a buyer)..................
Pretty and Stylish Eton $39$
Coats; tan; full silk lined..... . - 3"-- 'a
Fine Kersey Cloth Coats, black
and castor: elegantly tailor made;$798
sell at $9.98..................... -
Elegant and Extremely Stylish
New Dress Skirts, made of finest black broad
cloth, handsomely designed with stitched taf
feta silk b:ands; all have drop skirts;
small priced at $12.98............ $9.
Ladies' Heavy Fleeced24
Ribbed Gray Underwear............... .
Children's "Nazareth"
waists..........................
Men's 15c. Silk Garters. .. 7C.
Boys' Sweaters, $1.25
value.............................73c.
Boys' Wool Knee Pants,
serviceably made.....................9c.
Heavy Mercerized Underskirts,
tmmin";ala' sod.tt 1.5 ".9 .
Women's Felt Embroidered and
aies sell at 4t. and (5e..... ...
11 to 2.
Misses' Dress Hats, beautifully
tadmmed in silk scarfa. ribbons, quills. wings,
t.etI r".?* "tr": up $".2.49
Bleached Heavy Twilled Tea
Toweling; Sc. value (quantity to a
buyer limited).....................
Turkey Red Ready-made Table
Cers, larg siz; fragd ead fo *a,
Infants' White Wool Flannel;
good, heavy quality; 25 c.
value................ .
Boys' Heavy Fleeced
Shirts and Drawers..................9 *
Men's Fine Camel's Hair
Underwear; $1.50 value....... $1e09
Men's Sanitary Fleece
Underwear........................... e
l3=515 Seve
worn IN ALL ALv.neGE.
Temale Workers Engage in Near
Every Line of Employment.
FrosE Maas Magazine.
Women workers are invading every 1i
of emplioyment. The census of 1900 maki
returns for 308 separate occupations, ar
in only eight of these do women worte:
fall to appear. None will he surprised thb
there aare no women among the soldier
sailors and marines of the United Stati
government, yet there are 155 women eri
played as *boatmen" and sailors. Womi
have not yet invaded the ranks of the cli
fire departments, still not lees than 879 wi
men are returned in thbe same general cla.
of "watcbmen, policemen and deteetives."
There are no women street car drlive
though thesre ar two womm "miotormer
and thirteen wes aenduetors. They hai
niot as yet takes up the employment of tel
graph and telephone * lnemea." yet 2I5
at then are opeatese ter tilese cosnale
There are no womea apprentices apd hall
er sanan the sat a laters etti
womesa .iqs as eneaed htae
Ther oneseasouaes, t~e
mawers - and Noser
-asasbls 0
H to 2.
(CONT11NUED.)
Girls' Fashionable G i b s o n
cats; tan, navy. brown ad garnet; $5
6 to 14 year; worth $i.0.......... -
Walnut and Cherry
Ftnish oartain Poles. brass trim4
40-inch White Curtain
Swiss; pretty desiens; werth We. ya457c.
Boys' Nicel Made Per
cale Waists; plete back and front.. 9y2C.
Boys' All-wool Knee
Pants; suitable for good school wear...39C.
Large cake Bath Soap.... 3C.
2 to 3.
Flannelettes, in dark and light
grounds; figure and stripe effects;
th' kiad sold ev.ywhee at 12%c... 6 c.
Table Damask ; very lustrous
finish and beautiful designs; 58 Inches
wide; 33e. value .... ... ... ... .. .......*
Fine Quality Cashmeres, yard
wide; violet, light gray, pearl. blu. *lbRh
plum. red; full pieces; ay rngularly..7 "
Misses' Fine Vici Kid
laee Shoes; sizes 12 to 2; were $1.t..79c.
Heavy 5-4 Table Oil
cloth; pretty patterns................7 c.
Best Grade "Capitol" Window
Shades; heavy fringe; all color;.
with fixtures; sellat 40c ...............25c.
SPECIAL-Heavy Q u a lit y
Flannelette and Percale Wrappers; diea"maker
made: deep flounce and braid trim:-/
med bretelles; sell at $1.50....." . 9C.
Infants' Long and Short Bed
ford Cord Coats: heavily lined;
extra good quality..................
Boys' Long-lasting Cor
duroy Knee Pants; well made.........29c.
Boys' Vestie Suits: an extra spe
ceal offering: finely tailored in plain. mittnres
and neat stripes; sizes 3. 4. 5 and 6 years;
sell readily up to $5.98; choice this $249
hour ............................$2
3 to 40
Ladies' 75c. Real Kid
Gloves, for this hour................. 59 .
Ladies' and Misses' Golf
Gloves ............................... 3'C.
Children's 25c. Sleeping
Garments, with feet attached......... 7c.
Men's 5oc. Madras Shirts 29c.
Children's 5oc. School
Umbrellas ..........................33 .
Bleached Pillow Cases, ready
for use: 10c. value (4 to a ~5A
buyer) ............................ U C.
Women's Superb Quality Elec
tric Seal Coats; very rich and lus
trous; lined with best Skinner $29.98
Women's Fine Quality Kersey
Coats; the height of styles for fall and win
ter;e legantly made; $ 15.9)8 reg
ular ..........................
fine Marten Fur Stcarfs; very richb $79
Special Hour Sale offering of
and handsome; will sell at $9.98....$7.9
New Fall Styles in Black and
Colored Silk Waists, taffeta. peau de sole and
peatde 6n.9 .superfine quality; $ 9
pa decgesueteqult;sell at $6.98 .....................$49
Women's New and Stylish Suits,
the smartest of the fall and winier styles: fine
quality cheviot, black, bine and brown; blouse
and coat effects; worth and sell- 1di
lug fur $17:98:------.'"----.. 147.9
New and Stylish Walking
Skirts; splendlidly tailored; deep 9
flounce bottom; priced fairly at $2.98
56-inch All-wool Navy Blue
Cheviot, extra heavy quality: very
desirable and fine quality; sells at
$1.49 yard ......................... *
Silk Velvet Remnants, all good
and desirable shades: good size
lengths; always sold at $1.00.......... 4 c
Boys' Outing Flannel Waists,
for the cool weather; 25c. 1 2
value .................. ...-... e
Boys' $4 Overcoats, in two
shades of dark gray; sizes 3 to 16;
extra goodl grade................. V.. e
Children's. Kidskin Lace and
sutton Shoes; wedge and spring heels- 44c.
sizes 4 to 8; Wec. and 75ic. values- ....PrtyOretl"uho
Pretty Oriental Cushion
Tops. Worth 15c................... 37c.
Heavy Stair or Runner Oil- +
cloth; new and attractive patterns;
sells at IOC. yard-----------------4;%C.
Girls' School Dresses, excellent
tyhad hotf heavy quality pais;lie
at $1.49. ........... .. ...... ........ C
Misses' Stylish Gibson Coats ;
1years; sel a t $7.98..... .to5.9
Women's Heavy Mercerized
Satine Underskirts. with rifBes, pleats 9c
or stitched bands; regularly $1.50)..
4 to 5.
SPECIAL--Lot of Young
Men's High-grade Suits. selling as high as
$16.98; refined dark maixed eassimeres, fancy
cheviots and fancy worsteds; sizes 16 to
19 years; 504 in the lot; while they $5 00
last, this hour................... *
-Women's Fine Storm Calf and
Enameled Leather Lace Shoes; all$ .5
sixes; sell at $2.50. ... .. .... ...-.- $1.59
All-wool Navy Blue Twilled
Flannels for skirta, &c.; never sold19c
nd, c.yard....... ..... .
Handsome Fall Dress Skirts,
stylishly designed. with rows of fine silk bands;
deep lonee; black and blue; rega-$ .9
larly $8.99.................
Finely Made and Stylish Dress+
Skirts; black and blue cheviot; newest shape
and high-class tailoring; $38
usually.. ... -. - -. - - - -
Men's $i.oo Umbrellas. . 49c.
al39c. Wool Eiderdowns, -
althe desirable colors; for this hiour..~ 25c.
nithi Street.
Iwomen workers in Iron and steel, 800 In
brass and 1,775 women workers in tin.
Among other unusual emnployments for
7women are 100 workers as "lumbermen and
raf tsmen," 113 wood choppers, 373 sawanili
employes. 440 bartenders, 2,066 saloon keep
ers,3 '0 draymen" and teamsters, 323 un
is 1en," 65 whitewashers, 11 well borers and
d 177 stationary engineers and firemen. FoE
,lowing are the large employments for wo
-amen: Bervants, 1,283,763; agricultural la
Lt .6orers. 663,200; farmers and planters, 307,.
a, 706; dressmakers. 844,794; laundresses, 335,
s 282; traders, 327,614; textile workers, 277,971,
There are 3.373 women clergymen, 1,041
architects, 786 dentists, 2,1 journalista,
n 1.010 lawyers, 7,387 physiclians and 14 wo
y men veterinary surgeons.
D ose Cure for Neyoana.
-From the chicae Aferleem.
-Roses as a eure for many of the little
aches and pains of life are advocated by
toewobelieve our mental condition has
is much to do. with our phyhical pain.. It
I- has beem disc.vered that' p rose wIll eure
-the bin.ahe its perfuske soethes- the
P wee and the bra Is sessed bsyia seor.,
P Ueie e naIIlteworWssiyouos ze 3
vm eenm de IiAhism su ek at seer et
iMa ssla 'S.a ya Aes4 swuk es
I'- gersse it you hwIt, ths G
!' 3e s ienden ~$w tsal Mebhet

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