Grand Jury Returns Eight In
dictments Against Rixey.
ILLNESS OF ACCUSED MAN
Attorneys Believe He Will Be Able
to Appear in Court and Plead
ijtl Cornsspoii<i?'iu#> The
M.EXAXDRIA, Vat., February mil.
Kight indictments were returned by a ;
special grand jury in the corporation I
ri?urt this morning, w ith \Y. II. Sweeney I
as foreman, against J. Rixey, prosi- |
dent of tii?" defunct Virginia Safe Deposit i
and Trust Corporation.. One of the in- I
dictments chaiges Kixey with larceny of i
of the nionr-y of th<- Virginia Sale |
I '? )K:sit and Truvt Corporation.
FV?ur others charg.- that h<- feloniously. ,
l.nowingiy ind falsely made false state-,
Merits concerning the linancial condition j
?>f the hank to the state corporation com- j
Three other indictments charge him \
w ith making an entry in an account kept j
in bank with intent in so doing to con- ?
t?al the true state of -uch account, to
.'efra wi sai<i bank and to enable an<l
assist a person to obtain money to which
iie was not entitled.
Following a conference between Attor
neys J R. t'aton, John L. Jeffers and
John S. Barbour, attorneys for Rixey.
with Commonwealth Attorney Samuel G.
Rent, it was decided to have Rixey pro
? lueeil in court at :! o'clock the afternoon
>f February in. at which time bond will
l>e fixed and a date set for his trial. The
lndl? intents will he taken up separately
when Rixey is tried.
His Condition Serious.
Immediately after the jury had re
turned the indictments a conference fol
lowed between his attorneys and Com
monwealth Attorney Samuel U. Brent,
after which John S. Barbour announced
to the court that while Rixey's condition
is not critical, it is serious. He said t
Rixey. who is now in Norfolk, was suf- j
fering from chronic heart trouble and j
nervous shock, and that his counsel was
assureo by his physician that to bring :
liim into court at this time would retard !
his recovery. In conclusion he added |
that it had been agreed to briny him
here February i!i? at o'clock in the aft
ernoon, unless it would lie a serious men
ace to his life to do so. and that on that
Cay they would give proper bail bonu.
Judge Barley said fie had not entered
an oruer for Rixey's arrest and would
leave the matter of his production in
court in the hands of his attorneys.
Mis counsel said that they cxpccted
they would be ready J'or the arraignment
?'ii that day and asked before leaving
court for copies of the indictments re
turned against the accused.
Made Exhaustive Inquiry.
The grand jury which today returned j
the indictments against Rixey a short j
time ago made an exhaustive investiga- |
tion ?>f the affairs of the Virginia Safe i
Deposit and Trust Corporation, and in a '
report made to the court following the
investigation returned eight presentments
against Kixev which are virtually the !
same as set forth in the indictments re
turned today. Those > omposing the jury
were:, W. 11. Sweeney, loreman: B. E. i
l-awler. James Bayne, D. R. Stansbury, j
John W. May, C. J. \V. Summers.
The Virginia Safe Deposit and Trust j
Corporation went into the hands of re- J
cehers December IS* last, following ap- i
plication made to the corporation court
on the part of those composing the board
of directors of that institution. At the
sam*- time the eight branches of tne con
cern lo? ated in different parts of . ?rgir.ia 1
also closed tht ir doors, making nine I
Afterward Commonwealth Attorney
Samtiel G. Brent retjuested Judge Bar
ley to call a special grand jury to investi
gate the affairs of the concern, which re
sulted thus far in the returning of eight
indictments against C. J. Rixey, its presi
Reception for Bed Men.
The Red Men of this city will this even- ;
ing tender a reception to George B. j
Griggs, Houston, Tex., great ineohonee of
tlie Improved Order of Red Men of the j
United States, and others high in the j
order. The affair will take place at 8 >
o'clock at the Young People's building
of tne Methodist Episcopal Church South.
Others who will also be present at the
reception are \V. \. S. Bird, past great
Ineohonee, Topeka, Kan.; Judge Thomas
H. Jeffries, past great sachem. Atlanta,
Ga., and John W. Cherry, past great
Reasons W hy Thousands Like t
Me Cannot Satisfy Their
"I believe my fate is not unlike tbat of thou- j
sands of other workers who daily lose their j
pltee* for reason* they do not know, anil prob
ably wuuld u.?t believe. When their la?t pay '
envelope conies along. It is usually, ??Your serv
ices IK> longer required." If the truth were .
known, the reason tor their unceremonious" re
moval n?uld probably be that th?-lr usefulness
was destroyed 'wauso of some nieutal worry,
lo'lily ailmeut or general indispositlou. These
thiiiRs. as we all know, are the mi?st fruitful i
causr* of failure in all walks of life. The bat- j
tie of Waterloo was lost bvrause of a headache, i
In rh:.? <iul'-k a;;e our miuds must be clear, rapid,
a<-livs? and five fr-'iu outside influence or worry,
or ??!>? we g.i down to failure with the throng
of "ll'iairrs" who front one place of employ
ment to miotb< r. giving n ? satisfaction toothers
or to themselves, constantly growing old<-r and j
leas useful, with ru> ambition, oo will power and !
Every man r-'Hlii.res from every other msn the :
t?eat. that is m him. Hut no tr.,ti can use or ^-t
the best tbat 1* in bans<*lf until he is first free
from all fretful indispositions and worries.
Tbat was my trouble." I was fall of troubles.
Thai's why I lust my Job. My stoaia<-Ii in the
Jirs: placc was always out of order, aud 1 was
worryiug about It. and my mind grciv cloudy
and slow 1 mste mistaL-s and grew gfJucby.
That waa the end.
There are thousands like me, going about with 1
"quick lunch" faces, dyspeptic manners and re- j
pulslve atmospheres. No employer wants such j
Tike my advice. A Leal thy stomach is half
the battle, for it keeps vour mind clear and your :
lac* rosy. 1 have a healthy stomach now and
bold ? good position, and my employer is satis
led and so am 1.
I etarted to take Stuart's I?yspepsia Tablets,
which I was told were good for the worst cases j
at indication and dyspepsia. The first two tab
lets made ? wonderful difference iu my condi
Om Ingredient of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets j
digests 3.000 grains of food The stomach
deeant have to work at all. The Tablets do all
the work, no matter bow heavy your meal.
6toert's Dyspepsia Tablets cure brash, eructa
tions, burning sensations, bloat, irritations, loss
of appetite, nausea, heartburn, lack of energy,
loss ot memory, ami dyspepsia and indigestion
la their very worst forms.
Nd other little tablets in tbe world can do so
Bach. Ton should carry the an around with ymi
whoever you go and take them regularly after I
meals. Then yon will realize what it is to be
freed from stomach torment, and have a clear
Bind, e quick memory, a happy disposition, com
fort and rest. Get Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
at any drug store for '50c a package.
Send us your name and adureto today and wc
will at once scud you by mail a sample package,
free. Address F. A. Stuart Co., 1">0 Stuart
hidg., Marshall, Mich.
neutralizes the destructive
acids of the mouth?cleanses,
preserves and beautifies the
teeth, and imparts purity
and fragrance to the breath.
incohonee, Norfolk. Va. A large delega
tion of members' ot tlie ordei fiom \\ ash
i:ieton will attend.
Kxerclses will be opened with a
t on by the Alexandria. Ideal Musicals lub.
which will be followed by invocation by
Rev I'd gar Carpenter, rector <>f Grace I .
K '('hurch. after which the audience
standing will sing "America/ Walter ft.
Ni'klin. great prophet of Virginia, will
deliver an address of welcome. 1 tie re
mainder of the program follows: Ad
drrss, George B. Griggs. Houston, lex.,
solo. -The Moon Drops Low." Mrs. _.t.
Kimo I?avis: address. VV. A. S. Bird. Iti
nera Kan.: selection, musical club; ati
rlrcfcs Judge Thomas H Jeffries. Atlanta.
<Ja. It is expected that short adoresse.
w .11 also be made by some of the visit
ing Red Men. . . ,
At the conclusion of tne exercises l'ffl.t
refreshments will ba served. _
The Red Men who will be tendered the
reception in Washington in the inter
est of a temple to Red Men. which it -s
proposed to erect in W ashington.
Governors Exchange Letters.
Gov. Crothers of Maryland, accord
ing to a dispatch from Richmond, has
written Gov. Mann of Virginia that
he will be glad to see that the law is
fullv and igorously enforced in the as
sault case on R. C. I- Moncure. the at
torney of Alexandria county, who was
badlv beaten several ilays ago at Rock
villc. Md. According to the dispatch
the letter from Gov. Mann contained
information about the assault on Mr.
Moncure. , _ , *
Gov Mann has designated Judge i..
C Barclay ?>f the corporation court <>i
thi<5 citv to hold a rart of the regular
tf-m of the circuit court of Prince \\ il
liam countv in cases in which Judge .1.
B. T. Thornton of that court deems it
improper to sit.
Held for Attempted Bobbery.
Jesse Lee. colored, was in the police
court this morning held for the action
of the' grand jury on charge of enter
ing and atempting to rob the store ?'f
Frank J. Pol&n], dealer in flour and feed.
King and Henry streets, several nights
Chief Goods testified that he had se
cured information that Lee. after jump
ing out of the front second story win
dow of the store and eluding arrest, ran
out Mushpot road, and in addition that he
leit his shoes in the place.
Mr. Pollard said the shoes left in the
store were the property of Lee, who
worked for him us to the time of the
Lee said he was in Washington the
night the afTalr took place and had been
there since. He was unable to account
for his quitting his job immediately after
the attempted robbery.
A diminutive negro lad answering to the
name of James Lightfoot, nine years old.
was ordered thrashed by his mother fol
lowing being arraigned for stealing brass
from the Southern Railway Company.
The lad gave the police the names of
three other boys whom he implicated in
the theft. , .
When "Dinks" Dudley, colored, in a sa
loon in the northeastern 'section of the
city last evening ran a big three-inch
biaded knife over the left side of the
throat of William Levell, colored, he was
"just playing," according to what he told
the court. The court acquitted Dudley.
Dudley said Levell must have "run into"
Death of Joshua Ellis.
Joshua Kills, about forty years old, died
this morning at his home, '?1~> South Pey
ton street, after a brief illness. His wid
ow servives. The arrangements for the
funeral have not been completed.
In the corporation court this morning
John Jones, indicted for petit larceny,
entered a plea of guilty and was sen
tenced bv the court to serve six months
on the county roads and pay a fine of
<eH>. In default cf the fine lie will, there
fore. spend the next nine months on the
roads. , , .
J William Goods has purchased from
Rebecca C. Powell and others the three
storv brick dwelling on the east side of
Washington street between Prince and
Duke streets known as "'.iS South Wash
ington street. A deed for same was re
corded today. ,
In the circuit court in vacation today
Agnes R. Lynch was appointed adminis
tratrix of the estate of W illia%n Lynch.
Musical Club Reorganizes.
The Alexandria Ideal Musical Club has
reorganized for the season with the ele<
tion of these officers: M. K. Hanimill,
manager; Li. A. Lawson. musical director;
H. Callan, treasurer; Leonard Chesser,
The state corporation commission has
granted an amendment to the charter of
ihe Washington Riding Company, in
corporated, of this city, hicreaslngthe
maximum capital stock from $1W,U00 to
T 'lilies' night was observed last evening
at' i Klk" home and largely attended.
There was dancing, after wb?ch refresh
ments were served. A meeting of the
ladies in charge of the spring festival
was also held and plans for work were out
lined bv the committee of arrangements.
The banquet planned to be held Feb*
ruarv 17 next by the Retail Merchants
Association has" been indefinitely post
by no HOI
He Declares Administration's
Water Power Plan Meets
Ideas of Conservators.
Gilford Pinchot, president of the Na
tional Conservation Association, last ni^ht
issued a statement commending Presi
dent Taft's policy of conservation of
water power. The statement follows:
"livery friend of conservation and
every enemy of monopoly wHl receive
with real satisfaction the announcement
made from the White House yesterday
that the administration l as adopted a
water power policy in full accord with
the principles for which the National
Conservation Association stands. The
policy so declared has l?een enforced i>y
the United States forest service (so far
as the existing law would permit) for a
number of years past, and has had the
active support of this associattion from
the time it was f/rmed.
Essentials of Policy.
"The essential features of the policy
thus announced are that the federal gov
ernment shall continue to own and con
trol the water powers on the public do
main; that they shall be leased for a
limited time only; that those who lease
from the government shall pay for what
they get; that the water powers shall be
promptly and fully developed; and that
exorbitant rates to consumers shall be
followed by the cancellation of the lease.
"The national conservation congress
held at St. Paul last summer made it
clear how little popular support there
was behind the efforts of the water power
men to escape regulation by substituting
f-tate control for the existing federal con
trol of tie water powers owned by the
nation. Yet there was still serious dan
ger that the view now adopted by the
administration would not prevail."
A Candy Treat!
These aie a specialty of our candj maker, and
j <? will be made fresh for Saturday's buyers. Maple fla
?% vor filled with walnuts, and a very rich eating candy.
?t* PEANUT BUTTER KISSES, always popu- ^
V lar, and tomorrow a good-sized bag full for
OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M.
8th St. & Pa. Ave.
S "the busy corner
* Pure Thread! Silk !
?> KAXN'S KAP1TAL KANDY? fresh daily?
and every piece homemade; 100 different kinds
?J? of chocolates and bonlxins. and, a lb., only.. .
First Floor?Candy Section.
SpecSai Sale of H 9IIII
?all perfect. Large assortment
?including plenty of the
smaller sizes for pocket or
First Floor?Stationery Dept.
Writing Paper at
Not tlie usual 10c box. but a
quality that sells regularly at i
23c?nice stock and stamped !
with large fashionable Old [
English letter.?First Floor? I
Boxes at 5c to 50c
Prices vary according to size.
; These heart boxes are covered
J in red paper and decorated
with cupids. appropriate mot
toes, automobiles and car.ca
i ture effects.
j Filled with candy, they make
good favors for Valentine
Seconds of Best Makes in
$fi and $1.25 Qualities,
?J? ?Bia> k only. All full regular made, with spliced >oles
and garter tops.
WOMAN'S Seamless Black Cotton Hose, tine
gauge and goo.l weight. Worth I'.'c a pair.
WOMEN'S Lisle Thread Hose, mercerised gauze *!*
.1. weight: wide hem reinforced garter top. fl (Q)"" ?*?
... Worth '_'.">c. S}>ecial tomorrow ?
This is the Genuine Fairy?
the white floating bath soap,
that sells regularly at 3c a
cake. Limit of I to a buyer.
Cosino Buttermilk Soap, cake,
Munyon's Witch Hazel Soap,
Sozodont, powder, paste or
3Ime. Yale's Fruiticura, $1
Mme. Yale's Hair Tonic, St
Kami's 2oc Bay Hum 17c
Odd lot of Hair Brushes,
worth up to SI.49, at 6f?c
Dora Face Powder, all tints,
25c size 1J)<
Hirsh's A'iolet Ammonia, 25c
Four Big Purchases of Waists
You'll Surely Be Interested in One or More
AMPLE WASH WAIST
C.O. O. or oai
New Elastic BeUting, j
This is a collection of samples from several makers?the best in the country, including the celebrated "ROYAL
are made of fine Persian lawns and lingerie cloth trimmed with dainty embroidery insertings, pin tucktng and pleats,
both fasten front and fasten back styles. Sizes 34 to 44.
Not more than six cakes to a
Swift's Pride Laundry Soap
Swift's Bride Washing Powder
Quart bottle Strong House
hold Ammonia for ^VjC
Not more than two bottles to
Elastic belting always looks
?j? snug and trim around the waist,
and these we offer tomorrow are
of superior quality and in just
colors most wanted?navy.
black, white or gray; also some t
in black studded. f
Whatever your waist measure, a ?
belt length for ."We.?First Floor. ?
Best soft-finished black taf
feta. tucked with side pleated
ruffle. New sleeves finished
with pleated cuffs. Fancy
stock. Sizes 34 to 44.
Values Up to $7.50
Dressy Waists of chiffon taffeta and fancy striped silks. All
new models. They have the kimono sleeves. Made in navy and
black, over striped and checked silk, lace yokes and cuffs. The
Striped Silk Waists have the kimono sleeves edged with plain silk
to match and lace yoke and cuffs. Sizes 34 to 40.
Si Ilk Waists,
Made from the new 1911
spring silks, in blue and |
black striped ejTects. Have ?
side pleated ruffle in scalloped |
effects, with edges of plain f
silk to match. Tucked collar t
l and cuffs. All sizes.
e ? o
Seconds of the Regular 50c Vests
? low neck, no sleeves. Silk tapes
at neck and iytns. Silk crochet
finish.?Fi|st Floor. .
? ?Almost at your
? own price now in
our big clearance
Selling' Them for Less Than Cost to Make, as we
Shall Not Carry Over a Single Overcoat
50c Spiced Layer Cakes,
with meringue filling, to
These sold so well last Saturday
that we didn't have enough to All
all orders. We'll have plenty tomor
row. sit be sure and conn- for one?
only 1!Th'?Saturday only.
HOME - MADE HA IS IN fl e,,
UREAI?. Special, lb "
CHARLOTTE Kl'SSE, in china
RAISIN POI ND ("AICE. fl e
CREAM PUFFS and Charlotte -
Eclairs, ,V?c doz. Each wC
LAYER CAKES, choice of vanilla,
orange, chocolate and cocoa
nut. Each C
POUND CAKE, real rich
and good. Lb
CAKE. Special, lb
r Values, $12.75,
$15, $18 amd
Black and colors. Chiffon broadcloths, cheviots, serges, mix
tures and plaid-back materials. Plain, trimmed and with self or
velvet or satin collars and lapels.
[ Values, $20,
. $25, $30,
$35 amid $38
Free Crochet Lessons
in Art Section?
Black and colors. Kerseys, serges, rough mixtures, mannish
mixtures and black caracul. Plain or satin-faced collars. Some
We gladly give lessons for mak
ing Oxtend or Paris Toques in
our art section, third rloor. to
those who buy materials here.
We'll also show beginners how
to start any piece off crochet.
All colors here in 4 and 8 fold
Germantown Wool at 11c a skein.
?Third Floor?Art Section.
Fourth Floor?Sheet Music Dept.
ADD OMS CENT FOR EACH COPY TO BE MAILED.
PARTIAL LIST OF NEW SONG HITS FOR 1911
We've Kopt the <!olden Rule
In the Valo of Dreams
On Mobile ltuy
A In mo Rnjr (Big nit)
Lot?- IlrPHtn* iBallad Hit)
A Withered Rose
Silver Bfll (Sou? or Instrument ah
Winter (March Song Hit)
What Is th?? World Without You?
Please fume l<a<?k to Me
Sea S!>ell (Song or lustrumentall
Sing Me "T!ie World Is Mine"
I'm .lust PI ii I a j for You ,
Cowboy (Pony Boy Writers)
Wlio<>j>s! My I't'hr
I'll Rir.g tie Wedding Bells for You
Palsies Won't Tell
I'd Like to Tell Your Fortune, Dearie
Just a Olrl and a Boy
Ohio (Fildle Leonard)
Shame t"t>on You. Xan.-y
r?on't Call Me Mr. Hayseed
liee, I Wish 1 Never Had a Gill
The Georgia (Jrind
Mept Me Where the Sun Goes Down
Gosh, It's Fierce to Be a Girl
Kiss Me, Honey. Do (A Hlt|
Call Me l"p Some Rainy Afternoon
Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland
1'nder the Yum Yum Tree
If You Only Will
Goode-bye, Bettie Brown
Cotey, Who Tied Your Tie?
Cavalier Rustiean ftag
When I Gathered the Myrtles With Mary
I/iiey Anna I.oo
I.'okout for Jimmy Valentine
If I Were a Millionaire
What's the Matter With Father?
That Fussy Rag
Stop. Stop, Stop
Becky. I Jo the Bombushay
Tliat Kittle Bit of Green
T?ear Old Winter Time
Ob. You Dream
I l/ove It
? lood-bye, Nellie Gray
I'm a Lucky Boy to Have a Girl Like You
Be My sweetheart
Moving Day in Jungletown
The Candy Man
The Dream of the Dreamer (Bass Song)
The Sons of the Ojten Sea (Bass Songi
The Garden Of Dreams (lust, or Song)
Itanelng on the Levee
ALE OF WOMEN
98c to $2.50
Real leather. Many styles, small and large. Practically
every size up to 12 inches. There are leather-covered frames,
overlapping frames and fancy metal frames with single and dou
ble strap handles. Leather and silk lined. Black and all col
Leather bags?most of them genuine goat seal, morocco and
cowhide. Some made of pigskin and buffe'd alligator. Main
styles?hardly two alike. Black and all colors. Leather covered
and fancy metal frames, single and double strap handles. Some
fitted with purse: others have purse, card case, mirror, powder
box and odor bottle.
? Mlctren's C ?ats and Mat
Cut Deeply Price
These are publishers' remainders, and the majority
tions. A few of the titles are listed:
are regular $150 edi
ITie Georgia Ras
Ar."ma ((Mas?le Rag)
Visions of Spain
Ji tr II*' .?IMilli ||t>
We Carry on Hand a Complete Line of Songs From the
Late Operas?Selections and Scores.
HITS FROM THE RECENT OPERAS
Original $1.50 Editions
Daphne In Fitzro.v Street?E. Nesbit.
The Death of Lincoln?Clare IS.
The Landlubbers?Gertrude King.
Crumbs and His Times?Dolores
As Old as the Moon?Cuban fairy
The Sisters?Mrs. Percy Dearnier.
The Lady of Big Shanty?P. Berke
Wendell Phillips?Orator and Agita
The Lovers of the Woods?W. II.
The Awakening of Zojas?Michelson.
The Life of a Star?Clara Morris.
Life on the Stage-Clara Morris.
Putting on the Screws?Gouverneur
The Great Mogul?Louis Tracy.
The Mantle of Elijah? Zangwe'l.
Former $11.08 Titles
A very interesting offering at this
price is the original .$1.08 edition of
The Fashionable Adventures of Joshua
Craig, by David Graham Phillips.
Other titles are offered tomorrow
for the first time at 44c.
The Music Master?Charles Klein.
Dr. Lavendar's People ? Margaret
Comrades?Thomas Dixon, jr.
The Usurper?W. J. Locke.
Where Love Is?W. J. Locke.
She That Hesitates?Harris Dickson.
Uke Another Helen?George Horton.
The Scarlet Empire?David M. Parry.
The Yoke*-Elizabeth Miller.
"Doc" Gordon?Mary E. Wilkins
The Third Degree?Klein & Horn
The Thirteenth District ? Brand
Michael Thwaite's Wife?Michelson.
We've just a few of the following Coats and Hats left, so have cut prices
regardless of cost:
BLACK PLUSH COATS, lined in
white or blue lining; two styles;
some finished with large braid four
agers; sizes .1 and 4
years. Were $13 and
$14.50. Choice tomor
BLACK CARACUL COATS. Brown
Corduroy Coats. Black Velvet and
Rough Brown Cheviot Coats; sizes
I!,. .'5 and 4 years. Were
510 and $13.oM. Choice
?J VELVET HATS, very stylish,
with a touch of Persian trimming,
for girls 14 to li! years
iris 14 to 1? years ^ ,r?v>r>
Ke!hK;ed from ,$5.m
PETER PAN COATS of navy,
sizes to 4 years; trimmed with
brass buttons and vel
vet collars. Reduced
from $#.."?0 to
Second Floor?S. Kann. Sons & Co.
0 fan High Sho
There isn't a smarter shoe to be worn with tailored attire than tan
boots. We offer tomorrow Tan Russia Calfskin Button Shoes, made on,stylish
lasts and in a pretty shade of tan for only All sizes t? start the
day with, but be on the safe side?buy YOURS EARLY IX THE DAY.
My Hero. Falling lit l.ove. Letter
Song. There .Never Ha* Much a
Tbat Would lie Lovely Sympathy
Mntire ln?truiiiental Selection, 4.*>c
Small Score, HI.OO: large Seore,
Love, Love, Love. limped ion
My Dream off Love. Paragraph*.
Love'* a Race.
Kill Ire Instrumental Selection, 4I?e.
Large Seore VI.'ill
W OMEN'S TAN
SHOES?A big ship
ment of these just
received; all sizes
and widths; made
on beautiful lasts
and in a pretty
shade of tan; worth
aJit Mandolin Collection No.10
Ww ? Fcr 1st and 2d Mandolin, Guitar, Banjo and Piano.
SPECIAL SATURDAY PRICE, BOOKS . .
Piano Accompaniment, 29c
?lied for 1012 ffollo.
Lace trimmed: just as pretty as can be. Choice of two styles. All of mull,
in single or double tabs; some with one tab of hand-crochet lace, and some
with lace edge. You "need several?buy tomorrow at half actual worth.
BUTTON BOOTS, of
good quality, with
the new slant top;
pretty last; all sizes
and widths, A. B, C
and D. Worth *1.00.
BLACK SUED K
plain or tipped toe;
all sizes. Regular
$4.00 and $5.00 kinds.
On salt? tomorrow at
Second Floor?Shoe Section.
Send 3 cents (or each book to be
Alma (Alma. Where Do You Lire';)
Barcarolle (Tales From Hoffman)
Chanticleer Hag. The Cotton Time
I'll Make a Ring Around ltosle
I'm Afrai<l of You Honolulu Has, The
I'm ou My Way to Iteno
I Won't Be lluck Till August
Mail ill tlie Silvery Moon, The
Moonlight, the Rose nml You. The
Moving Day in Jiinglotuwn
Oh. You Spearmint Kltlilo With the
EMBROIDERED LINEN ' COL
LARS; choice of :: heights: all sizes;
new designs. Sale pi ice
NEW FLUFFY NET JABOTS;
plain, lucked or val lace
trimmed edges. Choice
NEW TURN-OVER BANDINGS,
of chiffon; in different colors or gilt.
Ai prices varying, a yard,
2sc, 3$>c, 5?c
First Floor?S. Kann, Sons & Co.
NEW 1811 RUCH1NGS of chiffon
and velvet; in different col
NEW RUCH1NGS, of velvet, chif
fon and gilt; in different col
ors. At, a yard
VELVET BANDS, with rabats
formed of satin flowers; also small
bows in flower effect; different
' 25c, 3?c, 98c
Bargain Lots of
Shame I pon You, Naiu;y Silver Bell
Song of Old Ki nkenny, A Sugar Moon
Cixler the Summertime Moon
What Is the World Without You?
Chung Ja> (A Chinese Monkey Doodle)
Enterpriser (Military March and Two-step)
Clad It>tg I'olaire Yaise
Happy t.ucky (March and Two-step)
Happy Nights-(March and Two-stepi
Sen Shell. The iIntermezzo)
That S|HHiny Dame (Uag Intermezzo)
We Have Just 25 All Silk $4 <& $5
Umbrellas for $11.98
It won't take long for these twenty-five to go because men and women
will realize Instantly what big values they are. These are high-grade
umbrellas for men or women, with handles of or trimmed with sterling
silver and rolled gold.?First Floor?Bargain Tables.
LOT I?Jewelry such as Brooch Pins, Hat
Pins, new Long Veil Pins. Waist Sets, Scarf Pins, Chat
elaine Sets, Cuff Links. Lavalliers. 3-pln Sets. Coin Hold
ers, Cuff Links and Rhinestoje Hair Barrettes. Worth
and 50c. On sale tomorrow, choice
LOT 2?Jewelry consisting of Neck Chains
with single pend'ants of rhinestone and colored stones.
Belt Pins, new Long Veil Pins in silver or gold plate,
Maline Bow Pins, ,'J-pin sets with pearl and colored stone
setting. Cuff Liuk s. Coral Lavalllers, Jet Brooches. Gold
plated Adjustable Gate Bracelets. Long Vanity or Lorg
nette Chains, Rhinestone Hair Barrettes, Vanity Sets and
Brooch. Pin*. Sold for 50c to $1.00. On sale tomorrow at.
First Floor?Qargain Tables.
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