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Up on Capitol Hill jj
11' <> t.
Senator La Follette. champion flllbusterer J
of the world, appeared In hfa seat In the -tj
Senate ad ay late. A newspaper young ^
man, who had more seal than experience 4
with the Wisconsin senator, bethought j,
him that lie would scoop various and J
sundry other newspaper men by getting J
an interview with Mr. La FolJette on the ^
tariff, or .something else?he didn't care 3
about that part of It. 3
He sent In his card. Mr. T,a Follctte was "*j
all smi'.cs when lie came out to greet the J
young man. 4'
"Ah." he said, "what can I do for you? "|j
An Interview? Why certainly. Now let n
me see. I might as well say something 13
real forceful. You wouldn't mind that. I ^
would you? Of course not, for that would +
make a good story, wouldn't It? Now -?
don't you know?to tell the truth I had ?
better think It over a little bit. Then I ?
can give you something really worth -t
while. No. I won't give It to anybody *
else. I'll have my secretary call you up *
and give it o you in typewritten form J
tomorrow morning early." 2
The senator then shook hands most 2
cordially with tha young man and wished 2
him good day. The newspaper man 2
spent the rest of the day congratulating 4}
himself and looking down upon the 4
others in the press gallery who hadn't 4
had the push to go after the noted Wis- 4
consln statesman. 4
This morning there was no word from 2
Mr. La Follette's secretary. He waited 2
t.ntil noon. Still no word. Then he called 3
the secretary up. Mr. La Follette really 2
had been so busy he couldn't prepare it. 4
The young newspaper man reached the 4;
conclus'on that Mr. La Follette was the 4
busiest man In the 8enate, and his estl- 4
mation of him so&rd very high. 2
In the strictest confidence he told one 4
of his associates in the gallery that he 2
had been promised an exclusive Interview 2
with Mr. La Follette. He Just had to 2
gloat to somebody. 2
"So was I," was the response, without 2
any show of interest. 44
"When?" 44
"Year before last." 4
"And, by the way." went on the other, "V
"I think everybody in the gallery has 4
rot that sort of a scoop up his sleeve. 2
There will be a bunch of La Follette in- 2
tervlews in print some day." 2
"Oh. I see," said the new man, in a I
sickly voice. A
* * * 44
A new senator, who has asked that his 4
name be kept a secret, came to the Capi- 2
tol this morning with a big box full of 2
spools of silk thread. Some one happen- T
ed to see him tying one end of the thread 2
from one spool to the leg of his desk. 2
and wanted to know what in the world 4
he was doing that for.
"Been reading about Theseus and the 4
labyrinth." he remarked. "Fine old 4
torlea those. So Instructive, you know." 4
"But I don't under " 4
"Oh. it's nothing. I just went down 4
under the Capitol the other day to the 4
harber shop. Mr. took me and left 4
rre there. I would have been somewhere J
in the nether regions yet if I hadn't y
bumped Into a watchman. I've got to go T
down again today, and I want to make A
sure I get back before breakfast tomor- 4
row." 4
* * * 4
It has taken the journal clerk of the
Senate to surprise Senator Aidrlch. That 4
famous leader of the Senate is usuaJIy 4
the ealmeet thing imaginable. During the J]
tirades of the Tillmans. Jeff Davlses, etc.. 4
he has always smiled and nodded his 4
head. >as if to say: "I knew you were go- 4
!n* to say that and I don't mind In the 4
least. Say it rome more if you like to." 4
But when the journal clerk this week 4
read hia name as "Nelson W. Aldrich of 4
the state of Rhode Island and the Provl- Y
donee Plantations" the chatienan of the 4
finance committee was completely non- 4
plussed. Somebody asked him what it 4
meant and he didn't know. jv
As a matter of fact, for the delecta- j)
tion of those who wish to earn a reputa- 4
tion for erudtteness. it may be said that 4
the journal clerk knew what he was talk- 4
ing about all right. All you have to do < 4
1s to look on the credentials of Messrs. ?<
Aldrich and We tin ore and you will see 4
that he was. T
* * a , {.
Yesterday was the first time that Rep- 4
resentative Pete Hepburn of Iowa has
been in action during the few days that 4
the House has been sessioning. He y
showed before he had been under way ?
more than a minute or two that he had 4
lost none of his old-time aggressiveness. 4
Mr. Hepburn Is a mental pugilist, and has -j
a col.ectlon of verbal left hooks, upper- jf
euts. right swings and solar plexus punch- Y
es calculated to make all of the real ::
bruising heavyweights green with envy. 4
"When he goes out on the 4th of March A.
and takes to the high grass and under- 4
brush of private life the House will lose 4
one of its most interesting exhibits. 4
? * Y
If wishes were horses beggars would X
ride. Too true. Also, If thoughts could 4
kill President Roosevelt would shrivel jr
up and blow away like an angle worm 4
on a red-hot stove lid. The President y
has done several things since he has 4
been in the While House to cause mem- 4
'?ers of the House and Senate to bless 4
him backward, but never did he get 4
Mjch action for his money as this time, 4
resulting from his utterances on the llmi- 4
tation of the activities of the secret serv- 4
:oe. Some members don't know what 4
to do about it. They want to rise up 4
on the floor of the House and bark and 4
howl and show their fangs. But they 4
don't think it would be wise. It might 4
hurt 'em back home, where the people 4
. love the President and think he's the 4
whole works. But the pot Is boiling and 4
bubbling and seething and smoking. Per- Y
haps 'twi.l boil over. If it does, see the If
aiearp ana smell the smell.
* 4
There wu some real fellow feeling 7
stirred up amongst the "baby" senators 7
yesterday when Senator Johnston of 4
Alabama, who began his first term last 4
winter, made his little speech in defense 7
of basing. 4t
"Why.'' said he, "this hazing at "West 4
Point can't have been such an awful 4
thing. Haven't we all been hased here? ~T
Dont we new members of the Senate 7
know what It means? Haven't we been 7
pushed away back Into some dark office 7
room and placed at the bottom of com- 4
mlttees that never meet? Do we have *>
our mothers with us in the Senate? -: )>
Sthould they have them at West Point?" w
At least that was the substance of what 7
l.e said, if not the exact words 4
He looked around the chamber as he 7
spoke and saw many heads nodding approva!
everywhere. Wonder whether A
Mr. Johnston would change his views of 2
it were possible to expel a senator leader 4
tor hazing? 4
WILL APPOINT NEW CHIEF. |
?_______ ^
President Expected to Soon Name 4
Head of Naval Bureau.
Ti e President will appoint a new chief 4
of the naval bureau of steam engineering 4
in a few days. The office will become va- 4
cant by the prospective retirement of Rear 4
Admiral John K. Harton, who has been 4
chief of the bureau of steam engineering 7
since last June. 7
While on a trip of inspection three 4
w<-ekfc ago Kr-ar Admiral Harton was , 4
taken ill in Philadelphia with what was I 4
be ieved to be paralysis. He recovered 4
sufficiently to return to this city, where jr
i.e has been subjected to an examination 2
by naval surgeons, wno recommend him
i ?r retirement on account of disability in- 7
curted in litte of duty. The retirement 7
will take place as #oon as Congress con- 4
firms his nomination, thus g ving that of- 7
ficer the advantage of retiring with the 4
rank of rear admiral. 4
Much Interest attaches to the appoint- 4
ment of a successor of Rear Admiral Bar- 4
ton. with the chances apparently In favor 4
of the selection of a high ranking line of- *
fleer. Instead of a line officer who was for- j*
merly a member c?f the old Engineer 1
?"orps, as has been the rule heretofore. ^
Two officers prominently mentioned for j.
the appointment are Rear Admiral T. C. 4
McLean, on duty as the president of the 4
jiaval board of Inspe-tlon n<1 survey, and ?
formerly in command of the naval torpedo *
station at Newport. and Commander R. "
T. Griffin, who Is the principal asaistant *
to the engineer In chief, and haa been art- "l
in* In that capaelty in the abeenct of 3
Jtear Admiral jBarton. - 3
WE KNOW
f
i
| We mean BEST
GIFT THEN
MOTION BI
At our Notion Department, cen
hosts of articles suitable for gifts, a
special attention in this direction, as
hav? Intended to Kite are here at a
elsewhere.
ROUND GARTERS And Sleeve
Bands, made of fancy elastic, in
all colors, with large silk ribbon
bows to match; eacn pair in a
glass-top bos. at
25cf 49c and 98c
NEEDM3 BOOKS; large variety
of designs; pasteboard cover and
leather cover, and all Ailed with
the best quality of English needles.
Prices, according to size and contents,
from
25c to $2.98
SIDE AND BACK COMBS and
Hair Barrettes, In plain styles, and
with gold-plated or stone set
mountings; also In hand-carved designs.
One of the most complete
and best selected stocks in
the country. Prices run from
25c to $110.<00
Odds and ends
OF
if lists
Half pries In most Instances for
these waists, because we have not
now all sizes:
WHITE MADRAS WAISTS, in
neat stripsd and figured effects;
long sleeves; fasten front. Re3
a an
THIS flR.00 AUTOMOBILE, finished
in royal blue, eaaetly as shown in rut;
large rubber tire wheela; dirt guards,
foot rests: also geared, and contains all
of the adrantage* of the large* machines.
Purchased at
a rery aperial pree afa ft a m.
Xc?Ttb,7.,.u.ta*e"512.49
KANN'S SPECIAL HAND CAE. with
rubber tire wheels. selected wooden
frame; painted in bviilant colors; strong,
well made cars, and one eft a /r\ r?
which is guaranteed. Oor %
OUR QUEEN HAND CAR. with rubber
tire wheels; green enamel gearing;
olid wood frame; painted brilliant red.
Just the ezerclae needed a ? a
to make muacle for boya V5.W Ai QJ)
and glrla. Worth $0.00. for TT 3*
$2.50 "My D
A great favorite with gro\
\ brunette*; moving eyes, with re?l Hi
W# have just received 7>T?cannot
, "Dearie Dell' tomorrow. These to bt
'* <A>h4*^t't
UUCCU 11VIII f4.UV lu
' 79c
LINEN WASH WAISTS, in colors;
also some white with colored
embroidery; long sleeves; fasten
front. Reduced from $4 to
$1.50
SILK AND NET WAISTS, former
made of taffeta or plain Jap
silks, mostly black, although a few
In navy; net walsta in white or
ecru and silk-Ilned. Reduced from
$5.00 to
$2.50
Second Floor?Waist Section. ?
A $8.50
THE STATIONERY SE<
and hundreds of other articles c
Card
engraving
"What nicer to rive a friend
than Visiting Carda? We offer 80
cards engraved in best script on
good duality card, that usually
sells at 00c at stationers. Here
tomorrow we'll take orders ^
and deliver them In time
for Christmas giving for.. vs W*
80 cards reprinted from your
own plate for 25c.
First Floor?g. Kann. fops it Co.
\ iQiC'ff I
Autoni?!
Gifts thai
These toys are just the kii
unusually low.
JUST WHAT 1
I
in values. BEST in variety for s<
res m tmir
J >WI mm* fcA M JL?J? 4Js?J
2PAKTIEII
ler aisle, across from candies, we have
md we mention the following to call your
we are sure some of the very articles you
lower price than you will find them
SEWING BOXES, a very large
assortment to select from: styles
suitable for both little girls and
women. These would make nice
presents. Boxes are filled with
the necessary outfitting?.
25c, 49c, 75c, 98c up
to $5.M>
A NEW DEPARTMENT
To which we call your particular
attention is that Just opposite the
small-wares department. Here
may be found a splendid assortment
of gift articles especially
suitable for giving to men. 6uch as
Ash Trays, Match Boxes,
Smoking Tables, Cigar Jars,
and many others, at prices from
25c up to $5.98
First Floor. ?
size four
:tion is full of the holj
:qually as desirable for gift giving v
m
FOUNTAIN PEN, like cut, and eqi
higher-priced pens; will give good servl
?oO'
POST CAR!
Albums for 100 and 150 fl
cards for
Albums for 200 cards for.... 5
Albums for 300 cards for ... 25c 1
oO
Oiar 25c bo
At 25c we show the larjfest assort
tioned:
OUR SPECIAL. WRITING PAPER,
ing 50 sheets paper and ."hi envelopes t
CHRISTY BOXED PAPERS, with <
is suitable for framing: 24 sheets pape
HINGED TOP CABINET, covered
fancy designs. Contains 21 sheets p
25c.
Many other styles at this one pric
oO<
Special 75c bo:
This is a winner sure! Box eon I
writing paper and envelopes to mat<
fects, such as holly and different floral
a specially good value at 75c, and re|
elation. Cut shows one style. Rem*
box, together with lOo sheets of fashioi
veiopes to match, ai. for the very smal
hiiillio? flrnidl hi
t keep children ou
nd that children enjoy most. The
tTHIS AI TO iinFLECTOR.
choice
THIS AUTOMO- Gf o B?virs ctronrBII.E
HORN, large _ ,>,CS- *,r0n*
ice rubber bal* ly made and god!
and line brass bell fln:.h
with one coll. Sbld nnish. Regularly
regularly at $1.50. gj w. ^,,1,1,
Special,
69c 49c
$8.50 English I'?rnni!>iilafor. with
brass spreaders, leatherette hood, 3-piece
cushions and well; has
large rubber tire wheels;
well fnished and strong. (5^1 (Q)&
Our special at ?r
Dearie" doll spg
vn folks. "My Dearie" Dolls statu
i!R EYELASHES; ahapely body and beau
get more before Christmas?so to avo'd dl
t aold on First-floor Bargain Tables.
->44 4-ft
t
WE ARE TALK
N CHRISTMAS
election. LEST in prices. BEST in
NUMN*
W THE BUSY
1: BEGINNING WEDN
I | STORE WILI
I i EVENINGS UNTI
i i
] A handsome
| ribbed elastic
i It is one of the newest designs tha
T asking for so eagerly this holiday seaai
| ent colors, pink, light blue, navy blue,
4 a. rich looking gold-plated buckle, and
I presentation.
A bio
^ It is a sa
sible to obtaii
We bu>*
\ $$.0O AM ERIC
/ \ I In sable or Tsi
! \ 1 lined with satin
! 1 each end with 1
1 \ $*.?*> AMERIC
A V RUG MITF, t
/gfi A or Isabella col
/?ff\ \ with head, tails
I Mr \ \ satin lined
*M.' >JS?4 ts.50 BROAD
$r ) consisting of 1
muff and throw
*C lined with heavj
' $15.00 BROAD
. lustrous select
HwV\U ; \ large pillow i
lolHl'.ii S throw scarf. I:
fflltl jl) ' lined. The set
Mii I; $22.50 BLUE '
tj a large pillow n
HrV-l ' ? loriff throw set
If 111 ' f lined with gr
/ M*1' '// The set
I \ jn, $22.50 11UDSC
I"""*""?//1 sets are made <
1, / skins. A large
I / end. with fo
' i?1 hrow scarf t
Both lined wit
satin. A set...
itain p?n
?
; DAY SPIRIT.?Writing Paper. F<
,'ill be found in the Stationery Section
Lial in very way to many
Ice. Special sale price " v V
b ALBUMS
Albums for 4u0 cards for....35C
Albums for 800 cards for....4VC
(Other style Post Card Albums up
to $3.50.)
a
xed papers
ment in the city. Just a few menin
cabinet, and contain- ^ .
0 match?25c. C OOICC
drawing by Christy that]
r and 24 envelopes?25c.
with holly and other L (i*J\ p*
aper and 24 envelopea?I
e, too?25c. J
j j
xed stationery
taining loo sheets of splendid quality
ch. Idoxes in a number o. fancy ef1
designs, beautifully colored. This in
presents a gift that is sure of appre?mber,
you secure a beautiful ==
nable writing paper and en- A n^)C.
II sum of
and ears j
t otf doors ]
prices are very special ones and
:
j
^ ? 4U/ |
117 AUTOMOBILES. stylo like cut. that |
arc samples and show the effects of hsv- 4
In? been 011 display; a little paint or i
rarnisli ntil make them ispial to new: ?
painted red, hare adjustable seats; large
rublx-v tire, double spoked wheels; kind* ?
that sell regularly at /( a ,f> <r>
$U..V> and $7.00. Choice i
tomorrow v~ T Ui 1
PEDAL WAGONS. with adjuatable j
seats, steel gearing throughout; steeriir; f
rod; Iron aidea; painted a /n * 0,0 1
brilliant red. Usually y 0>&
aold at $3.50. Ottr price, Re*^T
SWINGING OR ROCKING HORSES, t
made of wood, with large f
flowing mane ami **7(01 *
mounted on wooden p!at-*? M J HJt
form. Special *r ^ "
?dal at $11.25 j
rls 2Al-1 inches; tall hlr?nr1t?<i or ?
ttful~7tttures. f
sappointtns pome dear child buy a J
ft*+*++ > "-r-H
:iNG ABOUT \
SHOPPING Y<
service. BEST in comfort in shoppi
WM
' CORNER* \J\
> |
ESDAY, DEC.T6.11
L BE OPEN |I
L CHRISTMAS !
> * > * ******** ******** ? |
lheavy !
; belt &^Ov {
t women havo bren admlrlnjr and i
an, a heavy ribbed elastic. In differ- I
, r<?d. tan, brown, green; finished with I
each one put up in a holly box for |
Belts?First Floor.
purchase of C
and separate (
tisfaction to select from big lots, ar
^ at prices as low as consistent witli
in large quantities and thereby sec
AN MARTEN SHAWL, ] $20.00 G
ibelia color, fa f=j j BLACK JF<
. finished at /! *y I ?"ug niuir,
ails ewv**' [ head, tails i
'AN MARTEN ANIMAL with shirrs
0 match shawl, in sable Tomorrow,
or. trimmed g/f> S18..H. G
1 and paws. BLACK F(
ends; lined
TAIL CARACl'L SET. peau de .
arge pillow nn;ff
,'? ? its $6.00 js&S
SET. m.d,
nufT and d. a p.grv "ntd Wilh '
,r?a,|?$|0.50 r* ?
IVQLF SET, consisting of l" match
ouff and a with shirr*
irf. Both jfr * ? E?if> trimmed w
ay satin, /#5(U) and paws..
*:;o.ou g
DN SEAL SET. These BLACK F<
of beautiful well matched head on ea
rug muff, shaped at each end with th
'Ur tabs. lined with
o match. Tomorrow .
h shirred ^10. 50 ^^ p
for 75? |
i
juntain Pens. Desk Novelties j
i. Few hints: |
< I
Desk
i '
novelties
i?
We've practically everything
required for the desk, and made of
rnetal, leather and leatherette. Including
Paper Weights, Desk Pads,
Blotters, Ink Stands. Telephone
Pads. Memorandum Books. Ad- (
dress Books and others. Prices
RANGE
25c to $5.00
Very good assortment of Desk < >
' Novelties at ' |
25c and 50c
EXCELSIOR DIARIES FOR " *
J900, and they make good gifts. |
WATERMAN'S IDEAL POUN- !
TAIN PEN,
52.50) up
WHITE TISSUE WRIT- fl /ftr !!
ING PAPER, quire for
GOLD AND SILVER f ft,, ''
CORD, ball for a"*CpvEPE
PAPER. red.
green and many other col- O,,
ors, at, a roll jj
CHRISTMAS CARDS and Calendars;
many kinds, and all prettj? 1
Cards. ]c to 25c.
Calendars, 5c to $5.50. i ^
i i
BAKERY
< i
Good things to eat in I
cur bakery section j
When down town attending to i
the Christmas shopping stop by I
and take home with you some I
of the "goodies" in our Bakery?
5d floor. I
RAISIN LOAF BREAD, fl ft ~ *
A pound loaf for 11 4^
COFFEE CAKE. large fl rtT)^ I
size sheet for UhJ'V' J
CURRANT BUNS, very 11 f])c '!
good. and, a dozen ,,
FRESH DOUGHNUTS; fl fiv !!
very delicious. Dozen....- " o
Tblril Floor?Model Bakery. ,,
Tourist coffee, .
35c 9b., 3 fibs., $8.00 I
It :s very important in the j
Christmas- rush and hurry that I
one he well fortified before start- I
ing out shopping with n cup of X
uood coffee. '"TOVRIST" is the X
best coffee one can have. |
Stop by the Coffee Booth?3d floor J
?while in the store tomorrow and |
h?\e a practical demonstration ?
of how good "Tourist" Coffee ;
jcally is! I
35c a pound?3 lbs. for _ I
mEN WE SA
DU CAN DO
ing and in satisfaction in each and
TOILET 1
SACHETS an?
The very breath of Christmas seem!
which is made still daintier by a fragn
here, and full lines also In toilet waters
sachets and perfumes, at a good rang*
brated kinds:
HUBIGANT'S. 1
FIVER'S. . <
AND IIUl
In all the wanted and favorite odors.
MANICURE SETS, a complete j
line, at a range of prices from |
49c to $110.0?
TOILET SETS, the imitation
ebony and the real ebony, at
prices from
98c to $115.00
SHAVING 8ETS. in fancy
boxes, at prices from
98c to $3.98
Toilet Dept.?Firtt Floor.
ihristmas furs
pieces at big
id to know that you are getting t
i these qualities.
tire special advantages. You have
IRNITIXE LEIPZIG DYED 24
DX RUG MUFF, large animal COj
trimmed with . coll
ir.d paws; lined j* &4\ othi
d peau de soie. j[ feet
^ sha'
1EXUINE LEIPZIG DYED witl
jX Long Throw Scarf, pointed
I with shirred a* f. a -Ifl 1
sole to match ^ || skit
fi r?
EXI'INE LEIPZIG DYED ?ftj
!)X Large Shawl, made of se- P'ai
;ur.r?.nt; $19.00
ich. heavy satin'*' u * * v v skl,
IENITINE LEIPZIG DYED j lar
OX Large Animal Rug Muff, witl
sliawl; lined sa*'
??;$ 19.00 <J5
^ wit]
IENUINE LEIPZIG DYED <,uff
DX Fancy Animal Shawl; ore *an(
eh shoulder; trimmed at earn $1
iree sllkv tails; m f\ long
1,eavy satln- 522.50 ;?nre
i broi
loor?Furs. ton,
Jewelr
I
Right goods a
The reason for this is that we ha'
at the most reasonable prices, and th<
from the manufacturer.
Solid gold articles?
Tuff Pins Scarf Pine CufT
Links Lockets .... Neck Chains
....and a large line of Bracelets.
Prices range from 25 per cent to
50 per cent lower than at regular
jewelry stores.
Sterling silver and
We call your particular attention t<
people delight to receive and to give. <
prices exceptionally reasonable. You wi
SETS. MILITARY BRUSHES. MANR
leader.
A THREE-PIECE TOILET SET.
in six different pat- ^ a ao
terns; very handsome
designs. The set
Jewelry?Pirst Floor.
UNDERW
These will make the practical gift
WOMEN'S JERSEY-FITTING RIBI
long sleeves, bleached and unbleached,
bands; ankle lengths; medium weight;
onds of the 50c quality. Each
WOMEN'S "DrOFOLD" VESTS,
half wool and cotton; high neck;
long sleeves; seconds of
the 11.00 quality; vests EStfT)/"*
only. Each Wl*
"Dorothy Dai
Are good gifts
Every child likes dainty new Hair
Dainty" Ribbons are the prettiest obt
"wilt," but retain their crispness as lor
Put up in pretty box and each bo?
plain, brocade or florci effects and col
Prices range ^
DOROTHY DAINTY HAIR RIBBC
of plain or fancy effects, in white, ligh
Prices range 3
Many klm
and ail gooc
Any of these {ies will be suitably bo
and varied assortment surely what you
Tunrm=over ties at t2%c
Worth 25c
Very dainty. Made of fine lawn
tucked and with turn-over of fine
swisg embroidery. A nice, dainty
gift.
0O0
MULL TIES, an almost endless
variety, all white or white with
blackA light blue or pink dots;
hemstitched or scalloped ends;
some lace trimmed,
25c, 39c, 50c
WINDSOR SILK TIES, plain
coiora and checks or plaids, at
25c and 50c
LY: I
BEST HERE. !
%
I every transaction. -
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N AT EMS, I
1 PElFDIISl
f
r
s to be exhaled from a dainty Rift "T
mt sachet, and we have the beat kinda .L
and perfumee; and all the standard 7*
t of prices and in the following celev*
ROGER & GALLET S.
COLGATE'S %
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XICKBI, - PIRATED SHAVING fSTANDS,
at prices from +
25c to $5.98
HAND MIRRORS, imitation Y*
woods and the real woods, such
as ebony, rosewood and other r
woods, at prices from ?
25c to $10.00 t
TRIPLICATE MIRRORS at A
range from T
49c up %
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s coats, sets |
v
savings |
he very best qualities it is post
i the benefit of these.
T
-IK. $40.00 RUSSIAN PONY SKIN
kTS, made of beautiful skins, some are .'<
arless, some have shawl collars and -V
ers are made in the new dip front ef- -!?
, with long rolling <f> -0 E? /TX
wl collar, all are lined 55(1 D vti
heavy satin. At ^ VT
.->.00 RUSSIAN PONY SKIN COATS. ?
nches long, matle of selected lustrous -je
is. with shawl collar and cuffs; some ylined
with brocade A x a ">t
n, and some with .(I l)(l I) "r"
n satin ?p-ifv?vv
7.50 NEAR SEAL COATS, 24 Inches -?
r, made of well-matched, close nap **
is. semi-fitted model, with siiawl col- '?
and cuffs, and lined /to f if t?/f>
t brown Skinner's j?
n; fancy buttons ^ j?,
5.00 NEAR SEAL COATS, 28 and .'10
les, of the finest quality, semi-fitted.
si $50.00
cy buttons ^
50.00 NEAR SEAL COATS. 50 inches .i
C, in semi-fitted model, with shawl col- y
and cuffs, made of selected skins. y
d with handsome a ?=> j-y -fc
cade satin, fancy but- jZ
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it right prices |
re the best assortments in the city y*
i reason for this is that we buy direct
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Our line of plated jewelry
?includes both foreign and domestie
goods; the best selections JY
from both sources, and a splendid ji
variety to select from at a range
of prices from -i.
25c to $10. |
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silver-plated goods f
i these, as they are what so many -jJur
lines are very complete and our
11 want to look over those TOILET Jr
2L'FtE SETS and Inspect this special -If
AX S-PIECE SET of Sterling T.
Silver?a Manicure Set In a silk- -!lined
box. A regular
J3.98 duality. Also yf? ^ ja
special leader with Z, fus
Tomorrow ^ y
Other silver sets up to JiJo.dO V*
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IP A O tor the cold $
1L-*xu 1T\ weather
, that is always acceptable. ,'i.
JED VESTS, high neck. ^ ep -jpants
to match; French a tv /T* y
Egyptian cotton; sec- f\ Uf^ l/ VV-* T*
- WOMEN'S JERSEY - FITTING T
l'NION St'ITS, in cream and nat- T
ural color; high neck; long T
sleeves; button down
front; seconds of the 75c J<_
quality ^ J*.
nty" nblbons |
for children |
and Sash R'bbons, and the "Dorothy -jjainable.
These ribbons will not
g as worn. ,'s.
contains sash and two hair bows In
ors such as white, light blue or pink. ,j?
?2.00 to $6.00 I
)NS, put up in envelopes, and choice
it blue or pink, T
$c to 69c eaclh t
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1,1 t
ds of ties |
I for giving I
xcd if desired. From such a large
want is here. <<
BABY SILK WINDSOR X
TIES, plain colors or plaid?, g JSILK
4-IN-HANDS, plain tcolors
or stripes i
CROCHET SILK 4-IN- &
HANDS, in black, white Clfltr*
and colors, at .,.
LACE TIES, many kinds and lit
very dainty, J.
25c and 50c -t
YASSAR SILK TIES, ' *
finished with silk tassels.... w*' ^
GRADUATED SILK
TIES, hemstitched ends < !
First Floor-?, Kunc, Sons AO. ?
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