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CAUCUSMANKFEATED
Shurtleff Elected Speaker of
Illinois Assembly.
IS AIDED BY DEMOCRATS
Speculation as to Possible Effect on
Hopkins.
CHOICE ON THIRD BALLOT
T^?mnrrntc in th? PielH to SllC
ceed Hemenway as United States
Senator Prom Indiana.
SPRINGFIELD, III.. January 7.?The
Success of Edward D. Shurtleff in defeating
the nominee of the republican caucus
for speaker of the general assembly has
caused a belief that Senator Hopkins may
l?o defeated for re-election, although he
was indorsed by primary lection.
If there is an understanding between
the Shurtleff republicans and the democrats
In the house on the senatorship it
lias not been indicated publicly up to this
time, and the secret will no doubt be as
well guarded until the arrival of the psychological
moment, as were the plans to
elect Shurtleff.
Election of Shurtleff.
Shurtleff, who Tuesday bolted the republican
caucus, yesterday was elected
speaker of the forty-sixth general assembly
of Illinois by the votes of 24 republicans
and 61 democrats, after the same
number of republicans, voting with 60
democrats, had made him temporary
speaker over Edward J. King of tlalesburg.
the candidate favored by Gov.
Charles S. Deneen and the republican
caucus.
On the first roll call Shurtleff received
24 votes, himself casting a complimentary
vote for Kleenfan. King's full strength
voted for him. and he received 55 votes.
Of the minority, two members were
absent, but otherwise Lee O'Neil Browne,
democratic caucus nominee, received the
full democratic strength of 62 votes. On
the initial ballot, Troyer had 6 votes and
Kleeman 3.
There was no change on the second
ballot in the number of votes fast for
Shurtleff and King.
Third Ballot Decisive.
The third roll cail. which resulted in
the selection of Shurtleff to be temporary
speaker, was as follows: Shurtleff,
84; King, 55; Troyer. 6; Browne. 3: Kleeman,
1. On the fourth call of the roll,
which was for the election of a permanent
speaker, Shurtleff gained a vote and King
lost one.
Three democrats reiused to be delivered
to Shurtleff. "and continued to
vote for Browne on the third roll. When
Browne's name was reached on the third
roll call he gave his vote for Shurtleff,
and released all who weie not inclined
longer to vote for him.
Statement by Shurtleff.
In assuming the speakership, Mr. Shurtteff
eald:
"I do not believe that any one on the
republican side of the house has lost any
republicanism today. I don't think I
have. Neither do I believe that any
democratic member has lost any of his
democracy.
"I have heard something said here today
that the rule of caucus should be the
law. and I am really somewhat surprised
to hear that statement made when we are
In the middle, and possibly 1 might say
near the end. of a period in which it has
been preached to us that the caucus was
Unfair, that the caucus was corrupt, that
the caucus was a fraud, that the caucus
was the place where the will of the people
could be throttled, and for that reason
the caucus should be dethroned and
the people rule.
"I voted against a law for that purpose,
but 1 hope that I have in all of
my proceedings since, and here today,
bowed to the will of the people that have
Sreached that law. I am not a democrat,
ut a republican."
TO SUCCEED HEMENWAY.
i
Biz Democrats in the Field for the
Nomination.
INDIANAPOLIS. January 7 ?The sixtysixth
Indiana general assembly, which
convened today, promises to be one of the
most interesting held In years. For the
first time In eighteen years the democrats
will be in control of the legislature and
will elect a successor to James A. liemenway,
United States senator. There are
six candidates, and although the campaign
has been on practically since the
election last November no one of the
aspirants appears to have enough votes
pledged to claim the victory.
John W. Kern of this city, L. E. Slack
of Franklin and B. F. Shiveley of South
Bend seem at this time to have the largest
following, yet it is admitted that unless
a combination is formed no one ol
these can win.
John E. Lamb of Terre Haute will have
the support of his congressional district
and the same is true of Maj. G. V. Menzies
of Mount Vernon. Edward (}. Hoffman
of Fort Wayne., the y< ungest of the
candidates, lias his congressional district
solid for 'him, and it is said has one <>l
the h?st organizations of any of the can
dldates. No time has been set for holding
the senatorial caucus.
Besides electing a United States senator
legislation to repeal the county- local
option law, the legalizing of Sunday bast
ball in Indianapolis and the repeal of tht
metropolitan police law are looked for.
Governor-elect Marshall will be inaugu
rated next Monday.
ADJUSTABLE RACK.
Can Be Raised or Lowered to Suil
the Height of the User.
In every household some member rind:
fault with the position of the mirror eom
monly placed In the kitchen for conven
lent use. For some the mirror is tot
litgh; for others too low. I'nfortunately
all cannot be pleased unless an adjustable
mirror similar to the one shown lit tht
accompanying Illustration s used. Th? rt
1
%
If
is a rack for towels, etc.. a comb tra:
and a mirror, which can be readily ad
Justed to any desired height. Attache*
to the wall Is the support which holds th.
erossarm. the latter cairylns the mirror
etc. The erossarm slides on a toot he
bar and Is held In position by a ratche
ph ion. This ratchet pinion Is not locket
against rotation, but only to an exten
sufficient to prevent accidental tailing o
the rack from its adjusted position. Thu
the mirror ran be quickly raised or lowered
to the position most suitable to th<
user.
BARGAINS BP*
In the toilet a
HAIR BRUSHES:
75c and PSc Solid Back Hair Brushes, ci
l 11 39c and 49c Hair Brushes for
TOOTH BRUSHES:
| 39c Tooth Brushes, each
25c. Tooth Brushes, choice
One Lot Tooth Brushes, assorted, choice.
NAIL BRUSHES:
" 15c Nail Brushes, each
25c Nail Brushes, choice ? ?
<
PONYSKIN ANI
V
1 A SALE
| $19.75 for $41.5
| $40 coats 5
V
, , T, . Several .1
X A few 24-inch Russian
Ponyskin Coats, in semi- v 11 s 8 a 1
> fitted model; some collar- se"V " mt?
V less and some with shawl ro mg s i
V n ... i- ? cuffs. Ski
A collars. All have cuffs , ?
V . .... , ... m . fully mark
y and all lined with Skin- brocade 1
*t* ner satin and trimmed striped or
with fancy buttons. satin llnlni
IToboitow (
I
I 11'9c goods at
i'
y
>
t
f
X Those are some of the reducti
V
X g??(l> an^ prices have been made
?! nrday only.
f* I '/ ,'il , , ,
> I *'/a 11 ~ 98c Wash Tub*
.% 1/' I r L?* ?f extra - jrrade
i? \'f) 141 . i i s? triple-coated galr.
a iron, with strong
"x P* ' '"d1 1 1 1 bottoms and rivetJL
I V/ //i|< . ? ii ed handips; lartrest
Bize- Prioe'
y 69c
V 49e Tool Ftandlea
J* ?!,**** h-J-dwood fM- Plain White
Y polished and Porcelain Flat
y Plates, in pretty
Y mrrii. nf' ? t e shape: 7-inch size.
A different tools for
X household u*. Sale *?le '"T0"
X 3c
^>5* 5,, plain White
Porcelain <-offee
A J11.-49 Punch Cups. In dainty
Bowls and Stands ?hai>e. Sale price,
1 of linest crystal -j _
*| class. In handsome <u>L
V ,,llt Si"8" design.
V 12 inch bowl on 3c Plain White
* detachable stand Porcelain Saucers
to match. Sale to match cups.
price. Sale price,
% 89c I 154c
***1 , i ,
f A Friday "ro
! SUITS, C0A1
v
? A rally of odd sizes, brokei
X course we cannot from these odd lots i
A proper size in a wanted style, but the
A verv well wortli your while to see if yc
whom they will tit. COMB BAR BY.
$20.00 and $25.00 SUITS?
1 lot, only one or two of a kind. C
v
tomorrow
*i* $12.50 COATS, short ler
A broadcloths; tourist coats 52 inches
V all lined throughout. To- ?:lose
% $20.00 LONG BROA
j* CLOTH COATS, satin-lined throug
1 Y braid and satin .trimmed. To close.
V
i A o O
| Skirts, choic
-1 Worth to 3H2.SC
f On First Floor?Bargain Tables.
V
, X The lot contains hcrringbon
A new full flare effects; also some pit
' A garments, and manufactured by a houst
A from to $20. These bought at a
; sale.
1Y Also about 50 Fine Quality Voiles,
!1r Skirts.
i I g-- .....
'!? 111 A ICTC 1
| YYHI9IO i
? Wash, siEk or net I
t ? Remnant offerings j
! y So many rare bargains In the
I > list that >ou must read every one; j
s y LINGERIE WAISTS, trimmed
- j V with German val laee and inser- *
. *t* tion, also tine medallions; odd
! *;* sizes; fasten hack: f
I Y tiiree - quarter - length *0 ^ !
V sleeves. Were S2.QQ f
I Reduced to ^ |
i !? LINGERIE AND LINEN |
; |y WAISTS, lace and embroidery 4
jy trimmed; fasten hack; three- f
! V quarter-length sleeves; t
> slightly soiled. Worth /p> ^ ^
\X uv t j rhoioe S2.v? I
1 j tomorrow ^ |
| *:* BLACK T A F F E T A SILK I
WAISTS odds and ends, tailor- *
J. made pea ted styles; ~ f
sizes and :1S. Wert; / yN| ?
.> f.T50 and S.YW, for ^ ^ f
.> .V> TAILOR-MADE PLEATED |
y NET WAISTS, in all white, ecru or 4
y white with colored
J* silk dots; net lined, <tr> ^ /0\ ^ ?
? All sizes. Were $d.iC>.
X Choice tomorrow ^ f
? l."> MBSSALINE SILK WAISTS I
,% In black or white; tucked effect J
and trimmed with handsome silk T
medallions; long I
% sleeves; fasten back. <fT\ ^
* Were $?J.y5. Choice V<D> T
y tomorrow ^ ?
| Sale of handled :!
,1 books continues
i >
I # . With splendid bargains on every n
! table, particularly interesting are
j > the
10c ISc 25c
. :t Tables. Tables. Tables.
" y Some of the books on these tables "
'' V are cut oue-half price, and others
1 y to only one-fourth of former
1 " * prices. ,,
' 5* Gift books, prettily bound, stand- o
r Y ard works, fiction. some of the >
8 2 favorite poets, etc. Too great a 11
- *- 1 -1 - A i 1 ..
j x varitfiy iu Rive ut*iane>. i
I BRUSHES (
rticles sale
i
ioice 4flr, '
&>c
;11
2.r?n !
t7c
10*.- {
. . 1
1??c f
"I lr,c I.
D BALTIC SEA
IN WHICH SOMI
0 for $50 for
>60 coats $70 c
?->?. coats or c!loi? ?r m ar
1 ponyskin, in ,nch rQatg of R,
d model with , .
ponyskin, in semiiwl
collar and , , _... ,, .. ,
models with full 5
ns are beauti- ... ? . ,
. , skirts. Coats have
ed. Some have . . . ,
inlngs, others *t,awl collars,
plain Skinner Skinner satin lininj
g. fancy buttons.
Mill (ld|
110c. $1.49 t
$4.98 i
ons on wanted articles that will b
so low as to guarantee liberal re
$1.49 family Chamber
Scales, that are of hPMVV un,
warranted to weigh neatly palnte.l ,ii
correctly from an aide "and out. in
ounce to *.4 li>?. 10-quart size. coinSale
pr1i*e, plete with cover.
88c sa" "I1"'
15c Crockery 11 ?C
Cuspidors, in ex- Sleeve
eel lent size and Boards, of selected
pretty shape; pret- stock; nicely pad
tily decorated lu a dr)l Hnil ,..,vered;
pleasing design of srong and substanbronze
green and tia) Sil)o pri,.e.
brown colorings.
Sale price, J/5C
11 d)<C 1fH>
Ity Hard wooi 1
6c Water or Beer Clothespins. in
Tumblers of finest heavy canvas bag.
thin blown crystal with patent, wire
glass in bell shape, hook for hanging
and 8-oz. size. Sale on clothesline. .Saltprice.
price,
sy2c U5c
>und up" in 1
rs, SKIRTS I
_ i
i lines, etc. As a matter of |
meet every one's demand as to the t
r#?diiptlftns arA cnfficlont mol-A !*
?u are to l?e the lucky purchaser ,,
?-}$ 110.00
S} $5.00
$8.90
I I
;e' S M
> ^)^To9J(0) :
e serges and worsteds, in the
tin serges, all strictly man-tailored
? which only makes skirts to retail
special purchase lot in a "clean-up"
I
Taffetas and Satin-trimmed, Splendid
i
i
Sofa Pillow /***
Portiere <^(Q) ft? 0 ?
uirdle J
Choice off silk, mercerized j
or cotton, at one price, j
5c YARD {
oil good standard-sized cords; *
silk cords usually sell at ixr. vara 1
- " 7
mercerized at 15<* a yard and rot- \
ton at 10c a yard. We have these I
eords in a great variety of colors;
bought from an importer at a ridic- t
nlous priee and to go quick at the i
sale priee. Third Floor. |
UphoBstery goods'?
COTTON DAMASK SLIP COV- |
BRINGS. 28 ami 36 inches q i
wide, and lengths 1 to 5
yards. To close at. a yd....
ARABIAN BOBBINKT,
30 and 45 Inches wide. ,rv
lengths 1 to 6 yds. To |j (l|}(?
close, a yard
IMPERIAL VELOURS 50 inches
wide: lengths 1 to 0 yards, and in
good colors of green, d? T) E?
red and rose. To
close, a yard
INGRAIN CARPET. ]
3?5 inches wide. and a
lengths 2 to to yards. To ?a^(C
close, a yard ,
~7> ALL-LINEN COUCH COV- 1
ERS, in fancy striped effects and
finished with linen
fringe; 3 yards long; /p ?t /OkO
5<> inches wide. To |[ #
close at ^ ,
ALL-WOOL INGRAIN CARPET,
2-4 width. for halls; ?
lengths 1 to 20 yards. 11
To close, a yard
WHITE IRISH POINT CURTAINS.
2Vt, 3 and 3V4
, yards long; no two rfp-T) /c^r)
pairs alike. To close
at. a pair ^
%
Fresh, crisp PEANUT BR
Specsafi tomorrow only, a 1
?pl
r THE BUSY
.. , . t..
L COATS, BLAC
I REMARKABLE ]
$69.50 for I
oats $85 to $100
id 45 coats
iss'an Only a few. Coats are
fitted made of fine selected
sweep moire skins; made semilarge
fitting and in 42 and 50
inch lengths. Have large
' rolling collars, cuffs,
> an<i fancy buttons and rich
brocade linings.
?=fl| pftMwI.
(lv4 ... >1.
hings at 89c.
articles at $3.9
c found in the list below. They're
spouse regardless of other attractio
_ , *4.OK Miliar Oil
*am'"* Heaters, in black
with plain stand. japanned finish and
burner. mantle. full size, and titehimney.
white t,.,j nit}, the geiiuporcelain
globe. jnj. \f|i)er patent
feet tubing, coin smokeless odorless
plete with goose ?n(l SPif.pxtlngnishneck;
warranted to , bunier aral
give entire and w? tank.
lastmg satlsfae warranted to give
tiou. Sale price. entire and lasting
Si. 19 * "
SI.2." Water Sets $3o58
of finest crystal
glass. in dainty
colonial llesjjjns or 4#<" Cuspi lor?,
fine thin blown; heavily nickel
set comprises wa plated, in excelter
bottle. six lent size and wltli
glasses and oni- loaded l*ottoms to
bossed tray. Sale prevent overturn
price, " ing. Sale price.
59c 29c
Bflack taffeta r<
78c quality, a
Another lot of these to sell tomorrow
waist, or in some enough for a dress. It
which you would pay 78c a yard from th<
nant sale.
ONB LOT OF FAN- j
CY SILKS, this includes
taffetas, louIsines.
checks, stripes,
plaids, in all colors, Ji /[V\
and some black chev- j j[ U J/fj)
ron stripe taffetas: *
from ,'S Mi to 4la ; 21^4'^'
yards in a length: a
regular 73c quality.
Special, a yard, tomorrow
J
27-INCH COLORED "]
CHINA SILKS, in a
number of good ^>lorings,
and in lengths OL/ffj
anywhere from a yard f /An 111
to 4 yards. Regular i (U\\JJ vj
| 5rtc silks. Remnant
i price tomorrow, a
' yard j
What good eh
j LINING R
?
Yes. it is surely "lucky Frid
ings to buy.
| LININGS, including Percalines,
| Shadow Silks, Mercerized Sateens.
, in all colors and fast black. From
, such a good lot you will surely
find what you want. These linings
have sold regularly from
LP^c to 23c a yard. g=yTT /
Your choice tomorrow
at. a yard a / Ji
$3, $3.50 and $4 2
shoes, j
choice, $1.89 |
?
A most varied assortment of J
Women's Shoes. t
Some few pairs left from the big ?
". - aniple" sale.
The others taken from our own
stocks, brcken sizes and small f
lots. J
| Too many different kinds to give J
, details. j
$3.00. $.1.50 and $4.00 Shoes. J
Choice of tlie lot tomorrow at ?
$1.89 a pair. $
ONE I,OT OF CHILDREN'S ;
LEGGINS, corduroys, I
jerseys, chinchilla
cloth. Nearly all J? ?y(L, ?
colors. A pair c >
SIlINOIiA OUTFIT?A small lot 11
of these shoe shining outfits, con- \,
slsting of brush, dauber and a loc ,,
box of polish, the best of its ,,
kind on the market. ^ *=, n
Tomorrow the wliole
outfit
Shoes ?Second Floor.
< i
I I
Post card albums
reduced
< i
This is a good chance to supply ,,
yourself with an album to hold .
your Christmas and New Year
souvenir caras. 1 >
Albums worth from 19c. to $1.00.
' Reduced to just half. From f
f 10c up to 50c.
* ******** ******** *
lTTLE; 10c?
??l
CORNER %/}
>-? 11 > i?'?"?>? "? ?"? ?'?' ?' ?">
:k fhx shawi
FBI ?
PRICES ON SMAI
$26.50 for $40 1
$35 coats
TJiese are f!0 and SB Hand so
Ineh Semi-titted Coats of Baltic f
Baltic seal; made witl* Inches I
large shawl collars, lined semi - fit1
with brown Skinner's large sh
satin and finished with lined wit
fancy buttons. brown sa
' 0
$i.25 things ;
'So 29c ones i
great bargains. Our two-day sa!<
ms or retarding influences. Ever
1fl.> Glass Moaf. '/Sp ;,""
tiring Pitchers. of L^V Tj'
tine crystal gla<*: tile Boast,^ ? 4will
measure np to 'TiT'I, iTT. ^
quart hv ounces: enamel. with in
inav alw be used sl^' t;nai"^1f
as an ordinary .out P"1
n I 1 < h e r Sale an<1 wlf brown- I
nri. e 1n*- W,U hoW lr>pr"e
^ lb. roast or fowl.
fl(0)C Sale prl.e,
oac
70c Punch Howls H*
of finest crystal 1<V Wire Broilglass.
1n dainty (rr Toasters, n
colonial design, 12- 8 inch size. of
Inch size and ct- heavy retinned
trn ilecp. aale wire: warranted
price, satisfactory. Sale
39c g
20c Foot TllW of V*
heavy tin. neatly 50c Bread Bovea
painted Inside and of heavy tin. neatout,
and in pood l.v enameled in
size and shape.with white with gilt
strong handles. tracing: size 11x11
Sale price. xO. Sale price.
H5c 39c
emnants, RR/pj
yard ttJ/ly/VUj
Plenty In a remnant for a skirt. \
\s a splendid quality, the kind for 1
; piece. Only 35c a yard in this rem- |
24 - INCH YARN- "I f
DYED SATIN. in ?
medium and dark *
gray. ranging in j|
lengths from 1^2 to 4 /TYV,,
yard lengths, good for /y IL 1/ftf <
lining muffs, throws ' iy/|V/( n n
and jackets. extra /tJjlLyvJ-jl <>
heavy quality of lining i <>
satin, kind sold regu- j 1
larly at 49c a yard, i "
Tomorrow, a yard J "
t >
" I
27-INCH PONGEES, "
< I
only a small lot, in a ,,
fairly good assortment A ((J|/fj) "
of colorings. Worth 30c (Ly \[j I |
a yard. Tomorrow, a ,
1 >
yard J 11
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< I
amices to buy
EMNANTS::
< i
< '
lay" for women who have lin- ;;
I
SATIN REMNANTS, small lots, |
but very big bargains, fn fast I
black and colors, at following
prices: |
_'4-in widths. Worth .V)c yard. ?
For 29c |
3tf-ln. wide. Worth 89c yard. |
For 39c |
ini,,^ ^ ^ ^ a, * A
$2?25 bath |
robes, $11.5? |
Only five, blanket robes, made 1
with kimono sleeves_ and lay-down j
collar, finished with" cord and tas
sel. f
Second l 'loor?Women's Out fittings. |
A !
uorseis i
"Clean-up" of SB.00 i
and $1.25, {
choice, 50c j
Tlie lot consists of odds and ends I
of Good Quality Corsets, some .
made of coutll and batirte. and
some are trimmed with lace; others ,
are trimmed with embroidery and f
some finished with ribbon. Odd j
sizes. Formerly sold at $1.00 and |
$1.2."> each. Special tomorrow, t
choice of the lot at 50c. J
oOo j
i jKi 1 <jr BI-HV. t\ < v>rt- T
SETS. made of black diamond f
coutil and genuine whalebone. f
trimmed with fine black lace, im- 7
ported corsets. These are known ?
as the I>a Vida, in large sizes |
only, and sold formerly for $?5.O0 J
and Here tornor- stf /Vf\ I
row. choice |
Secirod Floor. t
Dress good
Remnants, hut a good varv
Goods, in plain and mixed f;
shades. WORTH up to $1.00
C
Black dress s
Remnants of lilack Hcav)
serges, panamas. etc.?in lengtl
to $1.50 a yard.
.S AND BUCK
.L LOTS ARE O
lor $17.50 ff<
$60 coats $25 s
me Coats of Just a few Bla
neat; made 4U Shawls, somp pi;
ong, in pretty others in aniinai
Led style, with They are trimm<
awl collar and heads and paws,
h Skinner's finished with t
itin. brushes. Soft satii
1 n
fill) lillV
,..SJ Id ... ..u.S.J..^6*
at 59c. 49c g
at 115c
;s have become famous. The tit
y price quoted is a cut price for
49c Oyzter or
Potato Fryers of
best quality Rus- nCCJtjr
ei?n lion with scp- '
"rate wire drain ?- c, . ,
basket; family size. n,^Z ? ?]! '
Sale price. P)?'n l"'1"'-''
* __ loin, with cover
and hall handle, in
excellent size and
69c Granite Iron ?",e ?,rU'''Tea
Kettles, with AAc
ball handle and *vtr<L
cover: In 7-Dint *. ^ . u ,,
size. Sal# price, ?#* . "I*
K * ?f extra - grade
3?)? triple-coated pair.
Iron with riveted
2.1c Coal Hods. handles and strong
with patent hot- bottoms In 20-galtoms
and riveted l?n size. Sale
handles, black la- price,
panned, excellent Q(Th^.
size. Sale price. SVC
H 2C 69c Garbage
Cans of extra-grade
2f>e I)lsh pans. triple-coated gnlv.
stamped out of one iron with strong
piece heavy tin, bottoms ami rlvwith
strongly rlv- eted handles, cometed
handles. 14- plete with cover:
quart size. Sale family size. Sale
price, price.
115c 44c
11 Oc outing' fli
and other "mil
Cold weather makes imper
undergarments, Here's the cl
fleecy grade, and is offered in g
MUSLIN, with nainsook
every purpose. 7V4e quality. Offered
SEERSUCKER GINGH/
white stripes tor general house wear.
UNBLEACHED CANTC
wide, extra heavy and warm; lengths
for
LIGHT PERCALES. 36-i
and in neat designs. Regularly 12Vic a
UNBLEACHED MUSLI
firm weave, 1% to 10 yard lengths. W
TWILLED CRETONNE
floral and Japanese designs for making
etc. 12tgc quality, at, a yard
Third Floor?S. Kann, Sons A Co.
Children's coats,
dresses and hats
Reduced to close
2 CORDUROY COATS, in tan.
with lay-down collar; turn-back
cuffs, and ornamented
with emblem. /?> f\if\
Marked down from QJ/liJI
$5.50 to ^
2 CHINCHILLA COATS, all
gray, one with velvet collar, the
others collars of chinchilla,
metal buttons. tf> a
Marked down from OuD
$8.50 to 1
1 CHEVIOT COAT. gray. Silength,
has brass buttons, velvet
collar, reefer effect. * /f>/Th
Mirlrerl Hrtn'n from (I DO 0
?rdo" to.. .7.:..7.:::. .^u v v
CHILDREN'S FELT HATS, in
red and navy. Marked
down from $1.00 and $1-25 S vC
to. choice v
MISSES' SCHOOL DRESSES, in
plaids, and plain cashmeres, such
as navy, garnet: sizes for girls
14 years of age.
Marked down from .. n ry
$2.50 and $.'1.00 to. ^ II . ?3> (LP
clioice ^
Children's Department?Second Floor.
RSbboinis
SATIN RIRBONS. widths
14 to % in., and almost any ^
color and length desired. A
yd. only
1 to 2 in. SATIN RIB- _
BONS; all shades and all
lengths. A yd. tomorrow vwe
3 to 4 in. PLAIN OR SATIN
TAFFETA RIBBONS, all fl
desirable colors and II 11 ?
lengths. A yd. tomorrow.., * * **
4 to B In. RIBBONS, including
plain and satin taffetas,
falllentines and mcssa- ? ^
lines. All colors. Choice, .HOC
First Floor?Bargain Tables.
Final "clean up" of
calendars
Calendars which had already
been reduced to one-half price are
still further cut for quick clearance
to half of reduced*price. Thus
calendars' that were 11.00 are reduced
to 25c
50c calendars reduced to 13c
25c calendars reduced to 7c
10c calendars reduced to 3c
.Stationery Dept.?Flint Floor.
s, 25c yard |
ety of lengths of Colored l)re? I
ibrics. and a good variety of 1
a yard. j
?0>od?, 39c yd, j
r Cloths?mohairs, camel s hair j
its 2\i to 7 yards, and worth n|? *
I
; FOX MUFFS!
UOTED |
' ;
or $17.50 for I
_ %
hawls $25 muffs %
<k Fox Black Fox Animal Rug JC
nln and Muffs to match shawls y
effects. advertised hero. Muffs J.
?d witli are finished with heads.
and all tails and paws, and are ?>
alls or lined with shirred or *x*
n lining. plain satin. y
D 0 T1 0 \
, ' 1 ' j
i
;oods at 29c. j
%
t
t
st one this year is wonderfully A
just two days?Friday and Sat- ?
15c Patent Meat *1 no Jupiter Gzs S
ItrolliTi, of best l.lslits. ?-i?m ?J?
? , , with chimney and /<
R,,8sian ,ron- tha' extra crude man
saves the meat ,le. Warranted to ?
i iulces: nlee aize. (tlvr entire ami 4t.
' Sale twice lasting aatiafac t
i sate prtte. tlon s>|^ |(rilT ?
j H )C 69C ?
SOAPS |
Six cakes for 2He *
Not more than si* rakes to one customer.
Gondola. II. 8. Mail, X
Star. Pearllne.
Brooke's Crystal. Gold Dust. X
Quart bottles of Strong House- "l\/ r% .*?
bold Ammonia for /2 ?
Not more than two bottles to a customer. },
59c Granite Iron 3e Plain White *J*
Seam lean _ Berlin Porcelain San cere. {*
Kettles, with bail , . . ^ , V
handle and eorer; ,n n,oe *lzo- ' 5
In 10 - pint size. price,
29c He each X
?
?
annuel, 7jt^c yd |
1 end" bargains >
ative the need of outing flannel |
lance to buy. This is a warm, ?
;ood lengths. ?
finish: lengths for almost >
at, a yard y
. V
IMS, mostly blue and Q^zAa-. *
Regularly 12tie a yd., for X
>N FLANNEL, 32 in. ? _ $
2 to 10 yds. Worth 12tic a yd., jj
"k wf?dre:.. .ar.ri.v!.ls:.... 834c !
TT V
N, 38-in. wide, a close /in/ r> f
ortli Stic a yard, for O/^C V
, DRAPERY, in large t
curtains, couch covers, ?
1
| SI to SE.SO jq |
1 Umbrellas, 4/C I
y
V
* Half price and less for any *.
I umbrella in this lot Friday. ?*?
These umbrellas have rovers of V
American taffeta and are in sizes A
for men or women.
Most all have fancy handles, V
which We are sure will appeal to
you. r
They are subject to slight flaws. A
but are just as good for general V
usage as though perfect. ?
First Floor? Bare a In Tables. ,|,
10c silk |
braids at 5c yd. %
?>|?
Almost anything: you cculd pos- #%
elbly want in Narrow Silk Braids
will be found among those offered *:*
tomorrow at 5c a yard. I
Choice of black, white and many
of the most desirable plain colors; V
also combinations in light or dark X
effects.
Good trimming braids for almost ?
any purpose. *;*
First Floor?S. Kann. Sons & Co. A
X
Neckwear remnants X ,
RUCHIKO STRIPS, white. ?
black or colors. A strip IC
CHIFFON PI.RATINGS and >
Bandings, also few pieces of j*
Tourist Ruching included. ? rii ?
Choice t. J
WASHABLE STOCKS. tailor X
made and fancy effects; also Collar A
and Cuff Sets. Worth l!5e. A
To close tomorrow at / ? A
' I
Art goods |
that are "mussed" |
STAMPED PILLOW TOPS and %
Bags on heavy linen; mostly A
natural colors, though a few in A
white. To close. tomorrow, A
in our Third Floor . A
Art Section at, ]| V
each X
MISSED CRETONNE TABLE $
COVERS and Pillow Slips; ?8?
also Swiss Scarfs. of which A
we have no shams to match: and V
? Plain White or Embroidered Scarfs V
I with pin cushion tops to match, jr
; Any worth from 50c to $1.00. Y
I Choice tomorrow, on first ? ?
I floor bargain tables. Y
4 at A

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