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; You can shave at mcht easily,
comfortably ana safely
if you use
Simply attach the Vacu-Mirror
to a glass surface near a gas jet
or electric light. The rubber
vacuum cup will hold it tight?
the patented universal joint will
enable you to make it face any
Day or night the Vacu-Mirror
is one of the most convenient and
useful articles ever invented for
both men and women.
It will positively remain firmly
attached to any window or glass
surface until taken down.
Ask the nearest dealer to show
you just how the Vacu-Minor
works. It's worth while. For
sale in this city by
James S. Topham.
S. Kann, Son* A Co., <
U. Ualford,
\. Msaer,
1!. II. Caverly. Inc.,
Cuts A Co.
Made by Amtui Sale* Co.. IS Veaey St. Nsir Ylrk
1 ' ? ?- <
i Christmas
; in Europe?
Tlic pleasure of being with the
old folks, in the old home and 1
amid old scenes, during the
holidays will repay you many
times for the trip. If you are
going, book now for one of the
Christmas sailings of the
* Fnpdnnd The fast an<1 palatial express
.. steamship "KAISER W1LIIELM
t>KR GROSSE' sails DEC. 13.
.. i ranee The -friedekich der
* r.vmnnv GROSSe" sails on DEC. STH. dL
* \j"i mau\ rect to Bremen.
* Soain ^"'ie twin-screw steamship
* Italv "PIUNZESS IRENE- saila DEC.
; . - ; 10th. arriving at all Mediterra? *
-*l&jcrs npan ln f0r tb?
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* *7i e tilth ?st V \V
; / "J *tv"
in all leathers.
Our years of study in
fitting and making
shoes is your benefit.
''Onyx" Ilose for Men,
50c to 2.50.
"Banister" Shoes, Pumps
and Riding Boots
Correct Bootshop,
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11 1.1 1 .
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: ii Biamonds. 1
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1436 X. Y. Ave., Cor. 151I1 St. j
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I Have Us Fat
Glass Tops "Tfi jyii |
, ?to your mahogany ;
tables, dressers and other j |
i! fine furniture.
We cut the glass?or- j
' dinary or plate ?any
| shape and size. The cost
; i is little.
|7AlioiMii Paint tot ptpw
| and tadlatara, 26c.
jHugh Reilly Co.,
Paints and Glass,
!! 1334 N.Y. Are. Tel. 3182.
| j dal4fe.sa.tn, 40
Visitors Go There in Order to
Lose Their Flesh.
Starchy Foods Cut From the Hotel
Conservation of the Bohemian Forests?-Beady
Acquiescence by the
Farmers in the Regulations.
Written for The Star and the Chicago RecordHerald.
While many people go to Carlsbad to
get thin, more go to Marienbad for that
purpose, and there melt off their surplus
tissue by energetic application to the
rules laid down by specialists.
Marienbad is about forty miles from
Carlsbad, on the other side of a ridge,
and may be reached by railway train or
by a carriage road, which is about as
perfect as a carriage road can be. Those
who have automobiles are running over
to Marienbad every few days, and it is
a delightful excursion, and one usually
has fat friends at the latter place. The
road winds through the canyon In which
Carlsbad nestles, and along the banks of
the Tepl river, which grows in size and
spirit as you pass along, and you finally
come out into a lovely valley, every Inch
of which is utilized and cultivated with
the greatest care.
One can see illustrated along that road
the perfect forestry systems of Bohemia,
under which not a shrub is wasted and
no man is allowed to cut down a tree
without the permission of the authorities.
Forest owners submit to that arbitrary
regulation without a remonstrance, for
the experience of centuries has demonstrated
that it is a good thing for the
owner of the timber as well as the public
at large to have some one say which
trees shall be cut and when it is lawful
to cut them.
Trees are planted like corn and potatoes,
and they are harvested when they
are ripe, although it takes them much
longer to grow. But the value is commensurate
with the length of time required
to reach maturity, and while the
man who plants does not always live long
enough to derive the benefit, every year's
growth adds to the value of the timber.
A grove is as good an Investment as a
savings bank. It usually pays much
larger interest, compound interest, and is
therefore encouraged. Farms seldom
change hands in this part of the world;
they are passed down from generation to
generation through the oldest son, and
when a farmer plants a grove of trees
he is practically taking out a- life Insurance
policy in favor of his successor, only
he is not required to pay any premiums,
for a forest will take care of itself better
than any other kind of a crop, and the
value of such an Insurance policy increases
year by year without any further
investment or expenditure.
Conservation of Forests.
The average forest will mature in fifty
years, which, to the impatient American
disposition, seems a long time, but it
Is not so considered over there. A,
forest of quick-growing trees will mature
within twenty or thirty years, perhaps
within the life of the man who
planted them, but the timber is not so
valuable as that of slower grrowth. The
be6t authorities agree that the longer
it takes for a piece of timber to mature
the more money it is worth.
Furthermore, timber will grow where
grain and vegetables will not, both where
the soil is too dry or stony or where
it is too wet and swampy?the farmer
only hae to select the proper sort of
trees Hundreds of thousands of acres
of land in Bohemia are producing valuable
timber today which would lie entirely
idle and be wasted by the farmers
of the United States. For example, if
the owner of one of the "abandoned"
farms in New England or New York
were to plow up the ground and plant
timber, and go away and leave It for
twenty or thirty years. It would be as
good as a life insurance policy for his
children, and even better, because there
would be no premium to pay, except for
The American farmer may be a very
intelligent, enterprising and progressive
person, but he can learn a lot of things
from the European farmer which have
been developed by the experience of ages.
Culling the Trees.
Every year and sometimes twice a
year the official ofrest inspector, if called
for, will go through a farmer's timoer
patch and select for him without charge
those trees which may be or should be
cut down?those which have reached maturity
and will not improve, or for other
reasons will deteriorate if they are left
standing. This is usually done twice a
year, in the winter and the fall, after
the harvest is over. If a farmer wants
lumber for any purpose he asks the official
Inspector to pick him out a tree,
and after It is felled and cut he hauls
the logs to the nearest sawmill to have
them sliced up in such shape as he desires.
The inspector will aiso advise him
which trees to cut for fuel and that
gives the farmer and his boys something
to do In the w'nter.
The large estates have their own foresters.
It Is a profession in that part of the
world, and they are kept busy thinning
out and replanting, for wherever a tree
is cut down a sapling is get out in its
pia *.
Tho practical operatic of this system
and its great advantages can bo seen in
every direction in the neighborhood of
Carlsbad and especially by a motor trip
to Martenbad, besides the profit and pleasure
that will be derived from the Journey.
A public automob le, like the "rubberneck
cars" which are now in use In every
important city in Europe, as well as the
United States, for the entertainment of
tourists, runs back and forth between the
two resorts every day. Tho ride costs a.
Marlcnbad is not so large a place as
Carlsbad, having only about one third as
much population and about one-third as
many v.sltors, perhaps 25,<W0 In all. Its
situation and environment are not so
beautiful, but the architecture and the
parks, the hotels and restaurants are
. much more imposing and luxurious, and
Piles Quickly
Cured at Home
Instant Relief, Permanent Cure?
Trial Package Mailed Free to
All in Plain Wrapper.
Many eases of Piles have been cured by a
trial package of Pyramid Pile Cure without
further treatment. When It proves Its value to
you get more from your druggist at 50c a box.
and tie sure you get tbe kind you ask for.
Simply Ml out free coupon below and mall today.
Save yourself from tbe surgeon's knife
and Its torture, tbe doctor and kls bills.
nra p mm. crjw
Bldg.. Marshall. Mich.; Klndy aend me
a sample of Pyramid Pile Cure at once
bj mall, FUSE, tn plain wrapper.
? State.........
I -*
. ..
[Every I
I Complete lot;
|||| robe. But extrao:
III) breasted jacket and TV
and Gray Cheviots and C
well made; cut full and "roo
ing boy. Sizes 7 to 17 years.
I Worth ?4.50. Spec
full lined; all seams tap
fast color. All sizes.
Worth $11.50. Spec
Fancy Gray and Brown
collar; cut long and fi
made. Sizes 3 to 9 year
Worth $3.50. Spec
II O with astrakhan collar ai
ing with three silk frog:
Worth $5.00. Spec
|| Kn patterns; mannishly mai
iil ible collars that can be
11 military collar or down in
Sizes 9 to 17 years.
I Worth $6.50. Spe<
.g ? r ==
the encircling lillls are dotted with
splendid villas where bankers and merchants
and manufacturers and members
of the nobility of Europe spend their summers
and reduce their dimensions. That
is the chief object of going to Marienbad.
Resort of Xing Edward.
The late King Edward VII of England
did more than any one else to advertise
Marienbad, for he was a high liver and
like his esteemed mother had a tendency
to weight. He went there every season
for three or four weeks, and always occupied
the same room at one of the principal
hotels, where a balcony, buiit especially
for him. Is the first thing pointed out to
new arrivals. You can see his rooms if
you wish to. They are seldom occupied,
because the proprietor of the hotel considers
them sacred. None but guests of
the loftiest rank and reputation are allowed
to sleeD In the king's bed, or sit in
the king's chair, or cat in the king's
private dning room. The man who used
to maseage his sacred person If one oi
the notabilities of Marienbad; the apparatus
which he used at the gymnasiums is
an object of veneration, and his golt
sticks are hung up in a conspicuous place
In the clubhouse. Many people who
went to Marienbad because they could
have an opportunity to bask in the sunshine
of the royal presence go elsewhere
now, which is a serious financial loss tc
the community. Multitudes of sycophants
used to follow the king from London tc
Marienbad and then to Homburg, but 1
have never been able to find out whal
good it did them.
An Expensive Place.
A visitor to Marienbad would naturally
expect to meet crowds of fat people on
the streets, but there do not seem to be
as many there as at Carlabau. The averago
individual appears to be ot normal
weight and girth. The visitors are better
dressed as a rule, and show greater evidences
of prosperity than the habLues of
Carlsbad. It Is only people of mea :s who
oan afford to pay the hotel bills and othei
expenses which attend the "cure." At
Ca.lsbad all one has to do is to drinlt
tt-ater exercise and diet, and pay the
cure tax, but at Marier.bad a patient
must patron ze the gymnasiums and iht
mechanical exercising apparatus and all
that sort of thing, which costs more thar
his board. The regimen is very much
the same as that of Carlsbad. The only
way to ; educe the tissues of the human
body is by dieting and exertion. Hence
people who go to Marlenbad starve
themselves and get as tired as they can
every day. They keep doing something
all the time, and, while they nvght dc
the same things at home, and derive the
same benefits, if they made the effo-1,
there Is an inspiration and moral encouragement
in the knowledge that everybody
else in town is eating the ?am?
kind of food and going through the same
kind of mechanical movements, taking
the same kind of baths and go>ng to cd
at the same hour.
The bill Of fare, as provided at all the
hotels and restaurants of Marlenbad, excludes
everything that contains starch 01
sugar, and everything that makes fat,
and is limited to starchless bread, swelbach,
cold ham, boiled beef ariv. stewed
fruits, with coffee and tea for beverages,
and the medicinal waters, of course, civerybody
gets up at 6 o'clock in the morning,
drinks three or four glasses of watei
and exe.clses like a trotting norse for an
hour or two; then it is pioper to drink a
cup of coffee and eat a caust of bread.
Massage and Exercise.
Next comes the gymnasium, where ail
kinds of apparatus are provided to exercise
the muscles of the abdomen particularly,
and othe. parts ef the body generally.
After a light dinner of the ediblee
I have ment oned, the patient can rest a
little while and then have massage tr atraent,
which is rough and severe, because
it la intended to loosen the tissues ft on
the muecies and melt the tallow that liei
"" and earlet Kfttli nff ihrnilffh
uaucu HID HIII ? ...
the sewe: s of the body.
A great deal will be endured of tha
sort of treatment by a woman who 1
protpd of her figure and a man who li
afraid of apoplexy. The patient is likel:
to be black and blue for the first week
but there is nothing so sublime in hutnai
experience as to suffer to be strong.
Besides the exercise at the gymnasium
massage, golf, tennis, climbing mountaii
i .. i
Friday H
5 Friday
s as well as the broken 1
rdinary as the prices are,
SUITS; double- H1
w t *-v 1-\ A T- TX r*
VU fAIKi> Ui' . i /-n
ANTS. Brown With Ch
assimeres?extra presents, the
my" for a grow- deed special
$ oa them while
V Men's Bla
ive colorings;
and neatly fin
in colors to m
erge knicked.inGruarat?eed;
Worth S5.0
:ial, $ 1 00 oOYS' f;
* o PANTS;
ercoats, in Worth 7?c<
Mixtures; velvet
all, and warmly
** Oft oOYS' BLl
ial * I *2 BLOUSE
- 1 1 be worn w
collars. S
overcoats, Worth $1
nd cuffs; fastens.
Sizes 3 to io
*???? only smal
Worth 25c
)ATS, in fancy
:le with Convertworn
up like a ir^OYS' FAS
regular fashion. Ii? ble heels
Sizes 6 to
- i f .ftft r
;iai, worm
peak?, walking eight or ten miles a day,
hot bathe and mud baths, steam and
vapor ba'hs, and every other kind of
bathe that will start the perspiration, are
used to melt the flesh. By diligent app'ication
of these remedies people take
off twenty, fortv and often sixty pounds
of weight in a month, but as soon as they
; resume their ordinary diet and abandon
their exercise and return to their ordinary
habits of life they gradually get
their weight back and recover everything
they have lost at Marienbad. Thus, it
seems hardly practical to go to such an
expensive place and pay so much money
for something that can be had just as
well at home, and which the average person
does not value enough to preserve
when he gets it. Notwithstanding this
fact hundreds of people go there every
season, the largest number from Germany.
the second largest from England, ]
and there are many regular habitues, both J
women and men, from the United States, j
They have the same apartments, the same j
doctor, the same masseur, the same seats *
in the dining room every visit and the !
same attendants at the gymnasium and {;
bathrooms, and it is a very expensive j
; place.
The altitude is higher than that at '
! Carlsbad, being 2/103 to 1,165 feet; the ?
' water is cold instead of hot, but contains \
mos* of the same ingredients and has the *
com a n'hfrvh i a a fltiuh thn SOTVAPfl 8
i V/ti ?. to fcv iiuwii ? ?v> -'v ?? v? ~
! of the human system, partlcu'arly the
11 kidneys and the liver. The springs at
' j Carlsbad belong to the municipality; the
! springs at M&rienBad belong to the monks
in the neighboring monastery of Tepl,
seven miles distant, whg have owned them
and have sold the waters since 1133. About
a mil'ion bottles of the water are shipped
to different parts of the world every year,
and, as a doctor told me, "it never does
any harm, but it does no particular good." 1
Any cathartic water, he said, would an'
swer the purpose. Many springs in the
United States have the same virtues, and
I would accomplish what people go to Ma- r
. rienbad for. if they would limit them
selves to the same diet and take the same
; amount of exercise.
: Owners of Louis C. Worrell Think ]
Vessel Little Damaged. t
1 The Washington schooner Louis C. 1
| Worrell, owned by J. H. Carter & Co ?
of this city, which went ashore and filled s
i with water in Chesapeake bay ofT the
mouth of the Plankatank river last Sat- r
[ urday, has been floated and is on her way i
r to this city. t
? The informat'on was received by her r
' owners here yesterday in a telegram from *
' Capt. Louis Wornfll, master of the 1
. 6chooner. The message did not state j
. whether the vessel was damaged nor how
i she was floated. From the tone of the t
message it is thought by Mr. Carter that t
she is little if an? injured and as the ?
eoi-AOliA . ?? A TSa/iVi A 1 oft DoltltviAftA Citvt
| IVY enci*. Lutiui A)/av<iu IVIv uaiiiuiui c uuii" .
day to go to the aid of the vesstf it is
. thought that she was floated with the aid
of her crew. J
! The schooner is expected to reach here 1
I in the latter part of this week. The
schooner Lottie Carter, which was sent
from this city to the Worrell to remove I
. her cargo of lumber, will also return to
. this city.
Senator Said to Hare Received More
i Than $300,000.
NEW YORK, December 1.?Senator
Elihu Root has sold his handsome residence
at the southeast corner of Pa k
avenue and 71st street for a price said
by the brokers who effected the sale to
be between $300,000 and $330,000.
It is the largest sale for some time of
private residence pr?perty in that seotion
of Park avenue, which Is fast becoming
one of the most exclusive residential cenl
ters In the city.
B m
J A Grand Opera Galaxy.
Johanna Oadskl, Riccardo Martin,
3 Louise Homer, Olive Fremstad. Rita
Fornta and Jane Noria discuss "Asneri,
ica's Rise in Grand Opera" in the next
a Sunday Magaiihe of The Sunday star.
0 & (I
as Its Sp
iney are
ots are offered at specia
, the qualities are Saks c
ouse Coats aw
iristmas so nearby and House
ise two special values will app
values?and limited in quan
you can.
nket Robes, in bright, attractcut
long and full; well made
ished. Neck cord and girdle
atch robes.
0. Special, $2-98l
good colors and neat patterns;
making. Sizes 5 to 16 years.
&$1. Special, 55c
WAISTS; neckband style, to I
rith Buster Brown or high-band
iizes 7 to 15 years.
.00. Special, 59c
:ece-lined and ribbed
VEAR; Shirts and Drawers;
1 sizes left.
&39c. Special, \T
JT BLACK HOSE, with douand
toes and reinforced knees.
, Special, 6for^|
_ , Supplies for
Christmas Art
iale Of Work of every
! Art Goods description at
lowered prices.
si6 Ninth St 2??"
i) g
Beautiful Lamps
? ?.*!
For Christmas
5 S
?j Get in early and make your selec- gj
J tion from onr complete stock of w
artistic One, Oil and Electric Lamps. ^
% t.cods reserved until Xmas upon pay- w
j ment of a deposit.
1 f!?'Months Co, i;
1 S5S& 418 7th St 1
ill del-th.sa.tu.25 ^ 1 v ' 111 S
a S
frong&te Forced to Put in to Ber* j
muda on / ccount of Lack of Fuel.
The British steamship Trongate, which gj
sailed from Boston for Baltimore, but cr- ^
ived at the Bermudas before she did tl
Baltimore, reached the last-named pbrt a ^
lay or two ago. Capt. Hunter, the mas- a:
er of the steamer, explains that he did ,br
lot put in at Bermuda on account of dls- a
ibled machinery, but because his fuel J
lupply became exhausted. w
Boon after leav<ng Boston the Trongate M
an into severe adverse weather, which ti
Irovo her off shore, and the continuaion
of gales compelled him to make Ber- to
nuda as th? closest haven of security. To M
ceep the ship under steam and r> hus- ?
nand her bunker resources every piece of
vood that could be used was fed into the
'urn aces. jt
Bermuda was reached with only Ave & |
ons of coal in the bunkers. Replenishing p
here, the Trongate resumed her trip. IL
Jhe will load coal for Cienfuegos, Cuba. p
One Big Foolf
5ut He Doesn't Live in Washing- |
ton nor Read The Star. %
A man in Connecticut garo a doctor, a apeialist
in catarrb. $50 to cure him of this comDon
yet most obnoxious disease.
The specialist gate him a bottle of medicine
ind told bim to use It.
The fool took the medicine borne, took one w
lose, pnt it on a shelf and made no further jg
(Tort to follow instructions. u.
Three months later, with the medicine still on 2:
he shelf, be told a friend that the specialist ^
ran a fakei that he bad paid him $50 and stUl 2
tad catarrh. 5
IIYOMEI (pronounce it High-o-me) won't cure 9
wtarrh if yon don't breathe it; it will it you ?
treat be it regularly. g
Furthermore, you don't need to giro a catarrh 3?
ipeclalist $50 to oure you of catarrh, for the
ipeclalist is yet to be born who can write a f
tetter preecription than HtOMEI. IT
Henry ETans and James O'Donnell and drug- '%&%
date everywhere guarantee HYOMBI to cute
atarrh. or money back. a complete outfit,
rhlcb oonslata of a bottle of HXOMEI, e hard N
libber inhaler and simple Instructions for uae. wb<
oats ofily $1.00. Separate bottles of HTOUK m t
t afterward needed coat but 50. ccnta. " woi
1 1
tecial At
1 prices tomorrow?to
|ualities?not only def
1 Bath Robes
Coats and Bath Robes so p
eal to you strongly. They
tity, too. Better take adv;
Men's House Coats, in doubl
rics, plain colors outside; plaid e
and trimming the lapels, pocket:
All sizes.
rorth S5.00- Sp^ciaB.
WEAR; Shirts and Drawer:
lar made; nicely finished; ji
weight. All sizes.
Worth $ 1.25. Special,
CAPS, in Plain Navy Blue,
Brown. All sizes.
Worth $ 1 o50. Special
POLO CAPS, with Red or (
braided ornament and Bla
Lamb collar. All sizes.
Worth $2.45. S pecial,
HATS, in Rough effects, with
and plain silk trimming.
Black, Brown and Golf Red.
Worth $2.45. Special
J REST f ,<'?m I
>siTiotf g
ERfNGHUttAHffti g
SH 'pi1 IS i
# :!?i
The Fairest Proposition Ever fi
Offered to Suffering Humanity \
Deposit a dollar with any *ood drur- a
"Pd *ak? a pair of ELECTRO- I
ODES. Wear thera in your ahoea for I B
> days, and if they fall to cure return I r
lem and ret your dollar back. 11 g
We can prove that ELECTROPODES I! C
ositively cure Rheumatism in any form I' S
nd Kldnev troubles at anv ataae Th*v II l
uild op the entire nervous system, cur- i
fr nervous headaches and all nervous E
men is. They never fail to restore a E
sod circulation of the blood, wbicll b
lakes weak hearts strong and cold feet R
arm. g
If your druggist cannot supply you. E
md on'e dollar direct to the ET.RC- H
FtOPODffi CO.. Heed Building, Phila- E
nlphia. Pa., and try a pair. Your fl
oney positively refunded if they fail E
i cure. fl
entlon Whether for Lady or Geatlcmaa |
v1 E
Sensible Xmas Gifts ^ J
?This big stock of Leather
Goods offers a wide choice of 3|
useful articles that men and ?
women would appreciate as ^
Xmas gifts. $
Manicure Cases, ?
Military Brushes, i
Letter Books, ft [
Desk Calendars, ft
Thermos Bottles, m !
Jewel Pockets, ft j
Flasks, etc. ^ j
425 7th St. f |
Trunks Repaired. Phone M. 2000. ^ a
<iel-d.e8u.50 & E
Lost Articles. . ?
early all lost articles are returned. f
en advertised in The Star. One cent IP
word Is all it costs you for ^fifteen u
rds or more. -
atuj) ist |
tractions Here.
than usual.
uching the most vital needs of the ward>endable?but
0 "\J\/OMENS HIGH SHOES, in Button
I Vv and Blucher; made of Guaranteed PatP
. ent Colt and Gun Metal Calf and Vici
ARE in- Kid. These are broken sizes of our best sellantage
of inslinesWorth
$3 & $3.50. Special. * | *9S
e-faced fab- *
ffect inside,
5 and cuffs. ro/riEN'S BLACK GUN METAL CALF
p O ?2 with oak tanned soles; very newest
1 ^ O shapes? and ALL sizes.
?i Worth $4.50. Special, j
full reguist
nn BUTTON SHOES. Every pair
.Uw GUARANTEED. Sizes somewhat broken.
Worf,$2& S2 50. Soeciat, ^ 1
\ POLO - I
, Gray and
M |
c . nn T HESE important J5jje c i aj s from the j!j[
iPl .UU 1L i>rUKlli\U UUUUS Department?
\ closing out of lots that are small; but of
qualities that are strong.
[N CHILL A _ ^ ^ ?
jray crown, Sll 00 Pool Balls - - fi CC
ck Persian '
$ I 95 $t?2S Fo^t - - $ | .00
i 1
? $1.50 Foot Balls - -$1.25
i wTide brims
Colors are $2.50 StrSHrg Bags. $ | .65 l!;l
$ | .95 $1.25 Coat Sweaters,
Store That Sells Wooltex.'^MflRmMBl
I ft f FRIDAY AND SATURDAY?the greatest dress sale of the
II season! Our entire stock of the better grade of Cloth Dresses? 15
/O) serges and novelty woolens? ja
Were $35.00 $3750 $40.00 $45.00 g
Now $17-50 $18-75 $20 $22-5? I
rr t Never before have we known dresses of this character to fe
SI |J / sell at such figures.
I / J), REMEMBER?Every drees is new! '
9 / ?All this season's styles and make! Some only
& one of a kind! Come early?get first choice! The JANUARY fig
? clearance sales will not equal this! No, surely not!
| ? , JEi^'Another Wooltex Suit Sale?$20.00. ?
a |[ / These are $25.00 and $30.00 values. gg
| How they have been selling this week! Yard-wide Satin H
* Messalines?Persian and stripe effects. East week?one dollar. S
^ This week?50c yard. H
i A few more of those 45c Kimono Silks and Scarfings?21c yd. P
& Especially selected to meet the requirements of those in search of ,9
I the better class of gifts. Many exclusive Imported novelties.
Department enlarged to give quick service to holiday buyers?experienced
salespeople?a stock equal to the best in Washington.
1 OUR SPECIAL?20-button-length White <?"1 P
Evening Gloves. Pair g
A 2-clasp Glace Glove 1-clasp P. X. M. Cape
from France; tan, brown. Gloves, of best quality; p
gray, black and white. _ tan, gray, black and ^
I Pair $1.00 ~ white. Pair $1.00 "fe
I Kayier'g Rein deer jn
The New 1-clasp Doe- Walking Gloves are also
skin Gloves, in gray, new. They look like cha- ^
champagne and brown. mois and can be washed
These are smart street in cold water. Gray, white
Gloves. Pair $1.00 and natural color. Pair..$1.00 vi
THE BEST $1.50 GLOVES?2-clasp glace, French kid, ^
black, white and colors.
3 2-clasp French Suede 1-clasp Cape Gloves; tan
a Gloves; tan. brown, mode. and black; spear-point &
I black and grrav. pair $l.oO backs. Pair $1.50 G
2-button White French 1-button White Cape
Suede; pearl buttons. Cloves; spear-point back. &
Pair $1.50 Pair $1.50
1-clasp Cane Gloves, 1-clasp Washable Doe- ^
with two-tone stitching skin, in white and cha- ^
on back; tan and white. mols color; something en- v
Pair $1.50 tirely new. Pair $1.50 ^
Sole Agents for the Famous Rivolet Glove. f;
?celebrated throughout Europe for its superiority of work- CO Aft P
manshlp. Pique. $1.71. Glace te
Our big Handkerchief Booth is now the center of attraction, m
Every Handekrchief an excellent value?every pattern in hand-em- 5
broidered initials and patterns?a beautiful design. M
12i4c 25c 50C ?
At each of these prices assortments are remarkable. Shop early. ^
Got the best things? m
$3.00 Hflnd-embroidercd Waists for $2.00.
These are Fine French Batiste Waists, prsttily hand-embroidered;
collar, front and cuffs with insertion of tine crochet lace and fine tucks; B
also tucked back. An P
$3.00 Waists- Friday (and Saturday. If they last! K
$6.00 and $7.50 Messaline and Chiffon Waists?$5.00. ^

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