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LONGWOBTH BUL INDORSED.
National Tariff Commission Finds It Satisfactory. The bill to create a permanent tariff commission, introduced by Representa tive J^ongworth of Ohio yesterday has been Indorsed by John Candler Cobb, president of the National Tariff Commis sion Association. "Except in a few minor details, the bill prepared by Mr. Longworth Is satisfac tory in every way to the National Tariff Commission Association," said Mr. Cobb. "It is essentially a composite of a num b?r of other bills presented to Congress, and has. in ray estimation, and in that of the association, the best feature^ of ?ach. "The points on which our association is not in accord with Mr. Longworth's bill are of minor importance. For instance, we insist that the members of the com mission should be appointed for ten years, one appointment being made every two years, while the Longworth bill calls for a six-year term. We maintain that the ten-year term will effectually prevent the tariff commission from be ooming a party affair, as in tw?? presi dential terms only four members would be changed. "The other slight difference lies In an oversight on the part of Mr. Longworth. Power is given Congress and the Presi dent to call for a rei?ort from the com mission. We hold that power should be Tested in each branch of Congress to call for a report." MEETING OF TABIFF BOARD. Advocates of Non-Partisan Commis sion Here Next Week. Henry T. Wills, secretary of the Na tional Tariff Commission Association, who has been in Washington for the last week, today said that arrangements for the convention of that body, which meets at the Willard next Wednesday and Thursday, are practically complete. Hundreds of delegates from all parts cf the country, repreesntlng commercial ? lubs, chambers of commerce and boards of trade, which ad\?ocate a permanent non-partisan tariff commission, are ex pected to attend the sessions. Among the speakers at the opening meeting, which will be held Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the Columbia Theater, are John Chandler Cobb of Bos ton, president of the association; Prof. H. c. Emery of the tariff board. Senator Heverldge, Representative Samuel W. McCall and H. E. Miles. Receptions for the delegates have been planned bv the Commercial Club and the Chamber of Commerce. Director John Barrett will receive the visitors at the new home of the Pan-American Union Thursday afternoon. The banquet seheduled for Thursday night, at which I*resldent Taft will speak, will be the feature event of the conven t ion. t ? ? ?' <?? ? ? ft ? Many aches and ills not supposed to be caused by coffee, disappear when a change is made to well made POSTUM ? ? 4* * X The health beverage which helps rebuild the broken down nerve centers. o "There's a Reason ?? x 'I Post urn Cereal Co., Ltd., Hattlc Creek, Mich., U. S. A. ?? ffc itot fr ? 3" > C1 V ?$' ? ?> ? t Open Dally Until 6 P.M Saturday Until U P.M. When your children grow up tlicy will have good cause t<? thank you it you pro vide them with "FOOT FORM" Boots from the first step. These anatomically correct boots permit growing feet to mature as nature intended. They arc insurance against future foot troubles. An especially strong line of FOOT FORM" Boots for BOYS ?boots that arc sensible and serv iceable. I Priced according to size. Edmonston & Co., Advisers and Authorities on Foot Troubles, 1334 F Street X.W 1LppC*ri A single dollar will On the work by providing you with a pair of our famous gold-mounted eyeglasses. They're equipped with perfectly ground perlseoplc lenses, and <"|iuil to any $.'< glasses made. We examine vour eyes free, advising glass's only where they are absolutely necessary. CALLUS HER, The Eye Specialist, 917 Pa. Ave. N.W. SAVE YOUR SIGHT At the Cost of a Dollar. PRESIDENT TO ATTEND ELKINS FUNERAL TODAY Many Friends of Deceased Senator to Pay Tribute at Family Home. A distinguished group of men in both public and private life will attend the funeral services to be held for Senator Stephen B. Elkins of West Virginia at his home, 161.1} K street, in this city, at .*? o'clock this afternoon. President and Mrs. Taft and ce Pres-! ident and Mrs. Sherman are expected to attend: and the special committees of the two houses of Congress will ?o to the services in a body. Several members of J(he cabinet and heads of government uireaus have also expressed their inten tion of paying their last tributes to the personality and public services of Senator Elkins by going to the funeral. Dr. Radcliffe in Charge. Rev. Dr. Wallace Radcliffe, pastor of the New York Avenue Presibyterian Church, will conduct the service. The ushers will be William F. R. Hitt, George Howard, Col. George F. Downey, Joseph I.eiter. G. F. Snyder and C. H. Livings ton. Representatives of several organi zations, including business enterprises with which Senator Klkins was connected, will also attend in official capacities. The council of the University Club, of which Mr. Elkins was president, win attend in a body. The West Virginia Association in this city will also be represented. The special train which is to convey the body of the senator to West Vir ginia will be composed of seven cars. Two of these will he private for the use of the senator's family; the others will be for the use of the congressional commit tees and close personal friends. Plans of Funeral Party. The funeral services at the Davis Memorial Presbyterian Church in Elkins will probably begin shortly before 10 o'clock. Following the interment the special train is scheduled to leave Elkins probably at 2 o'clock, to bring the congressional delegation back to Washington, arriving here about mid night tomorrow night. The death of Senator Elkins is regard ed as a blow to the University Club, and to its ambitious plans for a new club house. Mr. Elkins was the president, and he had very much at heart the erection of a magnificent club home. He was considering the plans for financing the scheme when he was taken ill, and he looked forward to recovery in the hope of carrying it through. Mr. Elkins was highly esteemed among the members of the club. He acted as the presiding officer at the banquet last winter, and joined in its activities heartily. It is expected the club or Its council will meet within a few davs to take appropriate action upon the loss of the popular and respected member. Flag at Half-Mast. Secretary Dickinson has issued the following orders in regard to the death of Senator Stephen B. Elkins, who was Secretary of War from December -U, 1801, to March 6, 1S93: "In February, 1894. Mr. Elkins was elected to the United States Senate from the state of West Virginia and took his seat March 4, 1805. He was re-elected in 1001, and again in 1907 for a term which will expire March 1013. He was a broad-minded, forceful, kindly man. whose personality en deared him to his Associates in the va rious relations of a long and active life His loss will be depply felt in his state and In the nation, to whose service his last years were given. "As a mark of respect to his memory it is ordered that the flags at all mili tary posts be displayed at half-staff the day of the funeral. January 7, 1011." P. 0. DEPARTMENT CHANGES. Resignations and Probationary Ap pointments Announced. Two resignations, two probationary ap pointments and one transfer from the De partment of Commerce and Labor are among the changes In the force of the Post Office Department announced today. Probationary appointments?Gustave H. Hauser, New Jersey, clerk at $900 in the office of the third assistant postmaster general, vice Miss Jennie M. Fultz, trans ferred: John J. O'Neil, Jr., Massachusetts, clerk at $000 in the office of the Post master General, vice James H. Harper, resigned. Resignations-Frank J. Magee. Maine, post office Inspector at $1,200 a year and an^ Karent Springsted, Mis souri. clerk at ?1.*H>. in the office of the third assistant postmaster general Transfers-Edmund V. O'Brien. North Carolina, vice Seidel Raup, promoted, by transfer from the Department of Com merce and Labor to a clerkship at S1.UU0 In the office of the Postmaster General. ?% ?rnrnmmmmmm + SHIP CANAL COMPLETED. Opening the Way Connecting Atlan tic Ocean and North Carolina Sounds. To participate in the celebration today of the opening of the canal which con nects the North Carolina sounds with the Atlantic ocean below Cape Hatteras a party of senators and representatives left here yesterday afternoon. The canal Is regarded as one more step in linking the waterways of the Atlantic coast In an Inland chain; and its con struction was urged by the Atlantic Deeper Waterways Association as a nec essary step In providing an inland water way from New England to Florida. This canal, started about two years ago, is about five miles long and runs by way of Adams creek out of Pamlico sound to Core creek and the Beaufort inlet. Among the members of Congress who have gone to the celebration are Sena tors Simmons of North Carolina and Fletcher of Florida, and Representative* John H. Small and Charles R. Thomas of North Carolina. Sparkman of Florida, Randsdell of Louisiana and Stevens of Minnesota. Representative J. Hampton Moore of Pennsylvania will also take part in the celebration a* president of the At lantic Deeper Waterways Association. BAN ON PARLOR MATCH. Representative Mann Proposes to Abolish It by Drastic Penalty. The parlor" match ordinarily used inI the United States Is to be prohibited in the future If a bill Introduced by Repre sentative Mann of Illinois becomes* law. The bill prohibits the transportation of' white or yellow phosphorus matches un der the penalty of a fine of $1,000 and' imprisonment for three years. To prevent any concern from acquiring a monopoly of other processes. Mr. Mann's bill provides that any manufac turer may secure from the circuit court I a writ compelling the owner of the patent rights of other processes to grant a license to the manufacturer at a reason able figure. . Recent Investigations by the govern ment have shown that the use of phos phorus In the making of matches Is at tended with such danger to the health of the employes that President Taft urged! in his message legislation looking toward a betterment of conditions. Donation to Charity Fund. The Star has received $1 from "D. L." to be applied to the "Eight Oppor tunities" fund of the Associated Charities. . t_ ? * * * # j Layer Cakes, 89? & These Layer Cakes are freshly baked for tomor '? row's buyers. Choice of chocolate, vanilla, orange ??'* and cocoanut; good size, and only 39c Saturday. ;? OOO .? $ FRL'IT CAKE, pound 25c % CHARLOTTE RUSSE, in china cups, tomorrow nf v for ? " ? ???*??*?*????????????????? ??? ?????????????? V*' :,'i POUND CAKE?very good?a pound 30c -?, # SPICE POUND CAKE, special at 10c ~'i )i RAISIN POUND CAKE, special, lb 15c j| }^i SPONGE I/DAE. special tomorrow 15c % ^ JELLY ROLL, tomorrow for fC RIBBON CAKE, a square for.... & Third Floor?Bakery. * * OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. TOMORROW ? ????? i 10c 5c ??* 8 & * * 7ft 8th St. and Pa. Ave. "THE BUSY CORNER." | SEE TOMORROW HOW | Soowdlriifft, Is Made Special demonstration tomorrow of making Snowdrift in vanilla, chocolate and strawberry ^ flavors, also of dipping dates and figs in /^/Ov f-. cream. These will be made here and sold * L * 6 f t * s? at, pound. -oOo ?. S OLD-FASHIONED CHOCOLATE WHIP. PED and Vanilla Creams, choice tomor ? row. a pound -,V KANN'S KAP1TAL KANDY?a general *ts favorite among candy lovers?over 100 dif- _ ? ferent kinds; fresh daily, and sold at. a 4s ' i 20c || y pound... First Floor -S. Kami, Sons & Co. ?*L BEAUTIFUL DRESSY CHIFFON WAISTS FOR $3.95 ^ * *""v ??v? v. ?<au?i, UUMO n. W. fcT m 1 ? | 3 3>; * I ,V | 800 in Special Perchaseo Valines Mp to $10o00 Desirable late styles?Desirable late colorings?All New and Perfect?Xot only the best but the very biggest lot of Waists of this character we have ever had the pleasure of offering. They arc just what women want at this season. Wc are going to be busy tomorrow in the Waist Section?busy as we haven't been for months. To Handle the Sale We Have Provided Extra Selling Space and a Corps of Extra Salespeople-Second Floor Waists made of the very best grade of chiffons, in all the newest braided, embroidered and beaded effects, with lace and satin trimmings. All lined with fancy nets, plain silks or Persian silks, in desirable shades, among which will be found? Brown Tan Gray Light Blue White Black Wistaria Rose Catawba Nile Wine Waists are made with lace yokes and cuffs, and kimono or three-quarter sleeves. Remember, these arc all new models of handsome dress waists. None sent C. (). D. None sent on approval. i 3 a> * i M % * * ?? 1 ? I t -K ,s: * ?' I i s, '4 i X & WOMEN'S FULL LENGTH $25.0?, $30.0<0> and $35. ppitdii irjpn Left=over Holiday Neckwear, n REDUCED TO for 25c Kinds for SOc to $L00 Knndls Quick clearance. Lots Include caraculs, kerseys, broadcloths, plaid back golf cloths and mixtures, in plain and trimmed effects. All full length. Many are full lined. A neckwear maker found that a lot of holiday neckwear had been overlooked in tlie Christmas rush. s?? ln.?t sight of profits to make a quick cash sale. We've divided the lot into two prices?l.'lo and 27c. Included are Jabots of mull, net or lace. Chemisettes of mull. Storks. Rabats. Dutch Collars of satin with Persian trimming. White Mull Dutch Collars, lace trimmed; Silk Hat Scarfs and other very desirable kinds. On sale tomorrow ? First Floor?Bargain Tables?at half price and less. I * t 'iv * *? *k J*. ? VIOLA DOLLS thiscmponand9c KS) Lost" Shipment Just Received On Sale Tomorrow Equal to Any $3.00 24-inch Doll $ t| ?00 jn City. Only About 1,200 Dolls in the shipment. So eager was the demand for these Dolls before Christmas that the entire lot could have been sold in one day on any day of the week before Christmas. Those who know the value of the Viola Doll we sell will be Just as eager for these now. _ 0O0 ? 50c SHOES and Stockings to fit Miss Viola. In pretty colors 25c $1.50 DRESSES., two different styles, in white and colors, at ....$1.00 HAT FRAMES, in three different colors?15c value?for..., 10c ?presented tomorrow at our Perfumery Department, entitles the holder to One 25c Can Sanitol Tooth Powder or One 25c Tube Sanitol Tooth Paste or One 25c Bottle Sanitol Tooth Wash Not more than one with each coupon, and none sold at this price without the coupon. -0O0 FOUR 5c cakes Fairy Soap, limit of four to a customer, for 10c 25c Earl Brand Sanitary Toothbrush, with hand-drawn bristles 15c Keeler's 50c Cold Cream 25c 25c Earl Brand Cold Cream 10c 25c size Earl Brand Peroxide 20c 15c to 25c Hand or Nail Brushes, scrub style, choice." 10c Large bottle Hirsh's Violet Ammonia 10c SUEDE BOOTS, VELVET BOOTS, at $4.00 and $5.00 IK fluids The Velvet Boots are In blue and black only, and the Suede Boots In black. In plain toes or tipped, and all made on the very best and newest lasts. ? 0O0 CHILDREN'S SHOES?Our Juvenile Kolonials are the best. kinds for dress shoes. In fact, for all-around wear there is nothing better made for children than these. In tan, shiny and dull or kid leathers. Sizes as fol lows: G to 8 $2.00 8?* to 11 $2.00, $2.50 and $2.25 Second Floor?Shoes. II1* to 2 $2.50 and $2.75 2's to G $.5.00 an<^$3.5(> $5 and $6 All-Silk UMBRELLA With Silver Posts $2.48 We have 50 All-silk Umbrellas with sterling silver handles left from our Christmas trade that we are going to close out tomorrow at $2.48.# What an opportunity for the woman or man who did not get an umbrella for Christmas to provide her self with the kind always coveted! GLEAM CHILDREN'S $10.00 and $1095 COATS, made of all-wool- thibefand cheviot cloth; full and % lengths; some flannel' lined; all fasten high at the neck; half fitted and full backs; colors are red, tan, brown, cedar and navy blue. Sizes 8 to 10 years. Sale price.. CHILDREN'S $20.00 Black Kersey Coals, lined to the waist; very nobby dress coats. Sizes to 14 years. Children's and "Junior" CHILDREN'S $13.50 and $15.00 COATS, all made of imported cheviot, all full length; some flannel lined: plain tailored styles, braid-trimmed styles and others with velvet collars and cuffs to match; strictly man-tai lored coats. Colors are navy, red, brown, green, cedar and tan. Sizes 8 to 14 years. Choice $8.9, J 8 Choice. $12.50 $10.05 JUNIOR COATS in brown, gray, navy; half fitted; fasten high at the neck, and are in sizes for misses of 15 /?>#= /tk a choice17. ffar.s. ??. .a*f:. o $15.00 and $18.00 JUNIOR COATS in plain and nobby mfxtures. half fitted, fasten high at the neck, in military and rever collar effects. Sizes <?> ^ .ck/TV Choice an<1 17 yeaYS' A 0o00 HALF-PRICE SALE OF TRIMMED HAT Only the lower priced hats left now. hut the bar gains are big. just the same. It will pay you to look at these tomorrow. The very hat you may have been wanting you may find among those at the following prices: $15.00 HATS AT..$7.50 $12.50 HATS AT..$?.25 $10.00 HATS AT..$5.00 Second Floor?Millinery. $8.50 HATS AT. .$4.25 $7.50 HATS AT..$.1.75 $5.00 HATS AT. .$2.50 % % 2 >.? ?fc % * i I B(0>c Beltings, C Belt Choice of White Washable Belt ings, plain or embroidered, and Silk Wave Beltings, in practically all good colors, such as gray, navy, green, brown, red and others. A belt length tomorrow of either of these for 5c.?First Floor?Ehd of Trimming Section. First to Show Stamped Marquisette Waist Patterns, $1.00 These are quite a novelty, and of course they are to be found in our Art Section first. Each pat tern contains 2% yards of mar quisette and the designs are all new for solid embroidery or braiding. . ? Well gladly start the work for you if you're a novice. Third Floor?Art Section. Choice of 22 Different Styles outer Bag New goods. Just received from factory. Leather-covered and metal frames. Single and double strap handles. All of fine quality genuine leather. Limited number, as these are from a special purchase from a factory clean-up sale. First Floor?Bargain Tables. BELTS, Worth 50c to $1.49, j 25c Some of leather. Some of elastic. Some of fancy braids. Some of silk. Closing them air out because we have but few of a kind, and in broken sizes.?First Floor, Bar gain Tables. .... Belt Pins, Brooch Pins, Jewelry Odds and Ends, 10c Belt pins are in novelty effects and worth 25c to 50c. Brooch pins are mostly novelty styles, some with stone settings, and worth up to 50c. In the clean-up lot of odd pieces you'll find cuff links, collar pins, necklaces, scarf pins, bar pins, etc., worth up to 39c.?First Floor, Bargain Tables. Children's Apparel ! ?* CARACUL COATS, button side; sizes 3 to 5 years. Reduced from $13.50 to PETER PAN COATS, of blue cheviot: lined in red flannel; some with emblem on sleeves; sizes 2% to 4 years. Re duced from $8 00 and $8.50 to SWEATERS, in white, trimmed with light blue or pink; sizes 2 and 3 years SWEATERS, all white or white combined with light blue or pink; sizes 3 and 4 years satin lined; $10.00 '8, of blue lannel; some seves; sizes $6.00 te, trimmed $1.00 te or white $2.00 CHILDREN'S KNIT LEGGINS, with or without feet; ?X sizes 6 months to 3 ^\yl? KNIT LEGGINS, years CHILDREN'S without feet: 2 and 3 year size, $1.00. 4-year size, $1.39. WOOL MITTS, In white; different qualities and prices? 15c to 50c KNIT TOQUES, white ^ ^ _ trimmed with light blue or pink Second Floor?Children's Wearables. I ? & $ 8 * t * * * /A# & 66 naps" fin Children's 1 and 1 Ribbed Hose, seconds of the 15c and 19c ji x-k kinds, black only. full seamless hose. A pair WOMEN'S Hosiery, odd lots, seam less. in ians and ?a"c>" (f))^ colors; 12%c quality. Choice, a pair WOMEN'S BOOT SILK HOSE, in black; soles and tops reinforced lisle; deep garter tops; the boot part of pure thread silk. Three pairs in a box for Or a pair. 43c. $1.25 INFANTS' CASHMERE HOSE, 1 and 1 ribbed, fine, pure silk, with reinforced heels and toes, in white, pink, blue, black and cardinal; sec onds of the 25c quality, but ft not all sizes in all colors. ][ A pair WOMEN'S Full Regular Made Hose. "Crowfoot" fast blacfc, medium weight cotton, tt thread heels and toes, with high splicings and double garter tops. A -j *b very special bargain at. a pair Three pairs for $1.00. First Floor?Hosiery Dept. econds of Women's 50c Ribbed Vest No sleeves, low neck, and very Fine Ribbed Lisle Thread Vests, with crocheted finish. Size 4, 5 and 6. ? & WOMEN'S Italian Silks Vests, in white, pin';, blue, with hand crocheted finish, silk tapes. Regular $2 On 11 S quality for 11 Women's Italian Silk Vests, with embroidered yokes, in white only, new de signs. Regular $2.75 quality. Special at $2.00 CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS, in ecru and jjray. Fleeced ribbed, jerst-y fitting, sec onds of the 50c kinds at-..-.^ First Floor?Underwear. WOMEN'S Winter-weight Bleach ed Vests, fleeced and jersey fitting, Zr high neck and long sleeves, pants to match, made with _ French bands, ankte si/f* & length. Each ? 0 heet Music, 1 Oc The latest hits, full of music, wit or sentiment. I * % & f;; * We tc Kept tUe Golden Kule. Winter. AIiiho R?K. Sugar Moon. Cowboy. I'm Ju?t ? Plnln tor Too. Honolulu BtR. Wbat'it tb?> \Norld With out Vottl Swe?-t Red Ro?e?. Moonlight, How and You. Garden of Uos?*a. Vale of Dreama. Ix>*e Dreams. O-O-Ohlo. FOUR COPIES a roll??????????? Cotton Time. There's a Girl Up in the Moon. Cavallprla Ruaticana Rag. On Mobile Bay. l*t'a Make Lot* Among the Roaea. Georgia Grind. Now She's Anybody's Girlie. ? I'd Uke to Tell Tour For tune, Desrte. Pear Old Wintertime. BtlYer Bell. King Chanticleer. l^tve Dreama of You. 1'leaae Come Back to Me. Maybe You're Not the Only One Who I/ore* Me. When tlie Moon Hwlnga Low. Tattered Melody Bag. t'olatre Waltcea. Woodland Dove, Sneaky Shuffle Rag, Aviator Rag. Oupld'a Patrol March. Adele Waltxea. Silver Bell?twe-step. Nervous Bag. Graduate March. of popular music, rolled in a bun- 10c SPECIAL LOT of Sheet Music, at, a copy.. Fourth Floor?Music Department. ?5c $3.98 Oil Heat ers, in full size, some full nickel finish, others in black japanned finish, best steel oil founts fitted with best brass self - extinguish ing odorless and smokeless burn er; warranted in every Sole1,. $2.98 $1.50 Ash Cans of triple-coated Kalvanizcd iron, with strong bot toms and rivet ed handles; the regulation 20 f,*r. 89C 08c Wash Tubs of best quality three - coa ted galvanized iron, with strong bottoms and riv eted handles; 24 US. S9c 60c Dlshpans of extra heavy p o 1 i 8 h ed tin; seamless, and with extra heavy riveted handles. Choice ot two sises ?$1.00 Inverted Gas Lights, gen uine Welsbach Jupiter, c o m - plete with extra quality mantle and half-frosted globe; they are w a r r a nted to 59c 6 9c Wash Bowls and Pitchers of fine plain white stoneware, in pretty shape and good size. The pair... I 44c 98c Water Sets, of finest quality crystal glass, in dainty colonial tern; set p r i ses water with six biers to pat com large bottle turn match $3.00 Cottage Dinner Sets of fine plain white Syracuse china, prettv shape and nice thin china; set comprising six tea cups and saucers, six dinner plates, six pie plates, six oatmeal dishes, six individual butters, six breakfast plates, one uncovered vegetable dish and one 14-inch meat dish. AH for. "6C 34c and embossed tin tray. The 44c 29c Fruit or Potato Presses, with a t r o n g frames nicely japanned, and fitted with extra quality retlnned cup. Cup is re movable. and may be renewed at any time, i5c $1.50 Tea and Coffee Pots, of finest solid cop per heavily nickel plated and with ebon Ized h a n dies and knobs; choice of sev eral pretty shapes and several Sc. 69c $2.00 W ash Boilers of extra hectvy polished tin, with solid copper bottoms and riveted han dles; choice of several sizes. They have a few dents, but are warranted to be water tlght- Sfl Choice- ^JleHi'3'' 12c Flour Sift ers. the Acme revolving style, made of extra grade tin. family size. SOAPS Six cakes for 21c Not more than six cakes to a cus tomer. Wool. Cincinnati Oleine, Swift's Pride Laundry. Swift's Pride Washing Pow der. Schultz Star. Brooke's Crys tal. Quart bottle of Extra Strong Household Ammonia ^ _ for &y2C Not more than two bottles to a customer. 19c Gas Torch and Taper 8et, comprising Gas Torch of extra grade tin, ?yrith hardwood han dle, and box of 80 Drlpless Wax Tapers. 10c 10c packages of "Kann's Su perior Safety Matches." one dozen boxes in the package. The licensed kind, and abso lutely safe. Per package i,v 30c Coal Hod and Shovel Set, comprises one black japanned coal hod, in family size, with strong handle and bot tom, and one extra h e a v y galvanized iron coal shovel. Tor'.'.?.. BSC 29c Jardinieres of fine glazed stock in pretty shapes and dainty color ings: all new and pleasing de signs; 7- |J rr inch size.. 11 ?*** fl9c Slop Jars of fine plain white stoneware, with bail handle and cover; fam ily size; pretty , shape $1.50 Food Chopper. the "Keystone," has four different knives that will cut all kinds of food coarse, medium. fine and extra fine; family size; fully war erdnt; 89c 25c Water or Milk Pitchers in fine glazed ware, pretty shapes and dainty majol ica decora tions; V-r gal. size. HOc $1.00 Dash board Lanterns, genuine Dietz make; made with heavy japanned frame; just the right size; meets with all requirements of the District regula tion. To- HAn morrow... 0 69c Garbage Cans, of extra quality three coated galvan ized iron, with strong bottoms and riveted handles; com plete with cov ers; four-gal IZ 39c $1.25 sets of Mrs. Potts' Famous Sad Irons, com prising three irons, separate handles and stand; all the irons highly pol li-shed; war ranted .. . 79c |, 29c Boards selected Wash of fine stock and covered two sides with best zinc; family size; strong and 111r durable... $3.98 Wash Boilers of best grade solid cop per with strong ly reinforced bottoms and riveted handles; nicely retlnned inside; will not rust or cor rode and will last indefinitely. Choice of L~.S1.89 ft c Water Tumblers or Glasses, of finest crystal glasf, in colo nial shape and design; 9 oz. size ?Ho V* zk ?.V -M' * * 'k % -k :?