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^ <>rpn uf KnKinerrM, noh in public huiltliutcx and Kronndx office. Llbl'T. LKWIS H. WAT KIN S, Corps of Cufrlni-rrn. wh? I ( apt. JoHcpta J. Haln an ansistant to j Col. W. ('. Lancfltt. Lieuts. to Assist in Local Im provem3nts. - '* J - 4 Tvo vhitik engineer officers who have <*orr,>U ted a pust-Ki'ioiuate course of: h -tnn:k?i: at tliv Knjrtr.eer School at >n ! arracks have assumed tiu 1 v i!: niMiH-i'or, with important pabli'j wuik5 m protrr-.-ss in this city and vicin ity. They are First Lieuts. James A. O'Connoi and Lewis I!. Watkins, Corps of Engineers. Berinnlny today. T.ieut. o'Connor will be attached to ti;*? > ttiv.e of public buildings | *? d grounds for duty, ::ud>-r the imnie- | ciate ord- rs o:" <'??!. WIJ'usiu \V. Harts,, ? til iaeer '.rl m ?-J:a:ge. Among j .Efc works in *.i. :<tsp? .i.?ion of which he \ ? i i assr?t art th*. t netruction of the) l.hieoh: > -:r? ri:;l in i'otomae Park, the i ?ira.U >?? iiii ;;i Hota; i< <larden the! iiarry nio :?>'u the developrm nt? ? iVtoPtt' Ja. Bock Cre**k Parkway,! Meridian lilii iS.il; and other public ret.-) e; v atio.a-. ? Assistant to Col. Lang-fitt. L:e?t. Wutkins relieves '""apt. Joseph J.I Tiain. Corps of Engineers, as assistant to ! ' TV. ( I.aneflit. '*><? engineer officer} !* l arge of fhr i'ljitiii-t water supply J ; voi t! ? .rupr >v? leiii of the I'oto- ? i r.v%. ti d ti'i?>utari<-f ard th? fortil':- , V%o i; ;;eai .M'?s ? -vaNl.-f, and t'.'.- ; : ? f H:;. ;;. of th?- tia. ?>(' tii<- >nueostia. ? i ? jr?in: *fs u:c M ? toe Diarici lint*. , ?' .. .. H it' has J ???*? Mu.ri3fer.ed to duty j a< ' *i?al t a not,T? ii . ' .-'it. f't'omtv: is fi" A! C"jgan and; T.ieU'.. Walk in." i- ?' *om Tci.i ?sse^-. Both ?' ari .?tar jat-of t .?; I'i ited States i \ ii' ; Acad*-no of tn class e.t June. V" 7. Tnev were promoted to l>e fIrvt i 'le'jtenan! s Jtx m? day in H>! i and soon . will read: thv grade of captains of en-1 giueert. . j Parish Ciub Elects Officers. \t tee :. nil nv ? t'..sr of St. Columba's C u of St. Ali a::'.- j)?r>ii. Tenleytown, ? ' ? -rtlo r- i-'.r tl'- ennulig yrar v . :^rr; ;.v j .low : W. T. I'ag, . ?' lifftt;:, v" T>l't;S 'i t:T, ; a . I. 1 Beiac s* cr- tar. a td treat . -r !".?! ?.>vi.,g the meeting members ? ie e) .i! i-.vis !??.riicipated In t i*f. *i '/ui i^.'; ; .3. ? i. '! 1'. i'. ? laxton. United States eon. . s or e .f edacaticn. visited Wash.n^ "on "o'-.e^:- In Ka^t Tenness? e and coit .:t<i ai- ti-- Iiojv-'I <>f trusie. s lookir.K a.d ' t tt nisatuiion m it*- agricul IlIHsl *.!?/<*? l? O'Connor and Watkins GREAT GROWTH SHOWN IN NATIONAL BANKS Re port Also Gives Increase in ! i Deposits for Local In stitutions. Growth and operations of national ; ba:;ks of the t'nit<d States are d> tai ? ?I 1 2: the annual report of the currency bu reau. submitted today by the acting con troller, Thomas P. Kane, to Speaker Clark. Th'j re-port contains no reference to currency reform and no rocommenua- ; tions, but details the condition' of banks during- the year ended October SI. Only ' Fix national banks, out of more than 7.'J00 existing, went into the bancs of receivers. with aggr. ga^e capital stotks of Satisfactory progress in liquidating the ass<-ts of all was re- 1 ported. i Growth of the bapkiitg pow?r of the; T'nlted States ;ts Indicated by loans and : discounts, capital stor es and deposits is pictured over n? arly !???> pages of stalls- ; tics. Tac movement of government tunas i to banks ui! o\ or th.; country lo aid crop mcving is referred to bri< ily. That is explained in detail in the report of Secretary McAdoo, submitted to Con gress last week. District Banking Institutions. There was ; ;i increase of ?Sl,2Wt". in j the aggregate deposits of ti e fifty-.'rx bank;i.g institution** "or the tHstriet of < o }:nbia during the yi*st :? <n.*v, accon'mi? to the annual v -port >r th- controller of th-- currency, j -t niact publiv. The lit'ly .-ix banking institutions of the District, according: to the :-e;*?*rr were mad?- -) of twelve national barks. seven trust coinuanie- -eventeen ?:a\in^- ba?.Ks und twenty building and loan assoeiatione. j The aggregat capital of n il (ties'- insti- , tutions on Augu>t i? last. sai l the eon troller, was S19,ii*>^,Sol. The total in-1 dividual deposits w*-re $>*>.-"?! 4,?14, a>:d th* aggregate ret<o.u*ces $14'i.51T..V?2. The in- i crease in individual deposits during the, year uas S4.^5*i6T?4 and in aggregate it;-I sources $K?,07!.MH". Bomb-Dropping' TVsts Satisfactory. ! or*!.:; Ccr. ?-poi.'.* ?:*: \jf 'i :?? URRL1X, Novi-mbr i '?.< i'.'l' Bomb-throwing experiments from aero-; p'unes f?n<l airahips hav? ben "?on<iu_hd at the Doebtiitz military camp. and, al- 1 ihougt- the str'.'-t^Ht secrecy is preserved I by the authorities, it is reported they | ha\e been most successful Although tiie) experiments took place at night, and i SOW; times in .? strong \ind. the target! wis hit nine times out of ten by both \ classes of aeria. craft. n v. onfidence in Dental Work hi w Suction Teeth. TfiFY Nl:V LR ?1.1 P OK *L>l:OP. \\c want, tu have vour confidence the same a?- \vc have of all our patrons; to >ecure it we have only to render service to you. If you want the most and the best for your mtmey then come direct to these suites of offices. Excel lent service day and night by expert graduate and registered dentists, with years of experience and every modern device to work with. Can we expect you? Genuine Painless Dentist Work .1 Snecialtv. Lowest Prices. Easy Payments. Bridgework, Gold or Porcelain, |j $3, $4, $5. Oti.t ,s may charge you as high uj 00. tlricisework ts teeth without ?..lutes. They* replace e?ry tooth 1 that may be We rrake Them out of gold o;- porcelain ?.nu fasten them In your mouth i mo as to lit just liice your own uatural teeth. Tht-s.. teetu n:av last a lifttlmj In inmy caaes. Fillings, 50c Up. f Dr White PA1NLESS LJI. \\ line, DENTIST. 407 7tn Street N.W, ' 'Vl"'~ u ., u ooi wortn s. ^ to 0. Surti- . d, *0 to '' on-. \L-in !'?. '."cdnefc'lay r?r.*: Saturday until b r>. m. l^ady aitta^ai.t. Declines to Send Message to Congress Urging House Cortimittee on Suffrage. FAVORS PLAN, HOWEVER, j HE ASSURES DELEGATION i 1 Dr. Anna Howard Shaw. Spokesman.' Is Satisfied to Learn of Presi dent's Approval. President W:lson toda> toid a. Uele.^a-) tion from the National American Woman Suffrage Association that he favored th? organization of a "Omar suffnige com mittee In the House, but lenied their re quest that he send ... special message to | Congress urging the reform. Me ?.x- j plained that since woman suffrage was j not a part of the last democratic plat form he did not feel called upon to im- j pose his personal feelings on Congress. | Headed by Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, president of the National American W oman Suffrage Association: Mrs. Mo di!! McCorrnick ol" Chicago and Miss Aiico I'aul. chairman of tho Oongres- ; sional Union for Woman Suffrage,' nearly 100 votes-fo)? women advocates marched to the White House at noon to see the President. They had been wait ing in Washington several days be cause the ['resident had* been ill and) could not see them before. In the delegation were women from every state of the nation. They did not march with bands and banners, as had heei; announced, but walked quietly in?:> the executive offices by two and threi -> and were quickly shown into the Presi dent's office. There they grouped them selves about him. They had been care fully instructed to neithor applaud nor; make any other demonstration while in j the presence of the Pres.dent. Dr. Shaw Acts as Spokesman. Dr. Shaw, acting us spokesman, ex-j plained briefly what the women wanted- 1 She eaid that although the judiciary committee of the House had always courteous.}* received suffragists it had been* too busy to consider the movement. She called attention to the laet mat there is a suit rage corom.itca in the senate, and concerned by asxtng thsit the President either send a Si'tci;-1 nieH.ur.e to Congress urginfe the appointment of a House committee on the subject, men tion it in fomc other message, or uf-e his influence to br.ng about tne forna tion of such a committee. The President pointed iO the fact tl.at he is constantly guarded while out walking, as showing t<-ai he is :ic< longer an individual. bo. me nfr.re- of a great government. incidentally, he sa d, he - is tho *fpoke^mtiii "f a party. He added that while Governor of Xc-v Jersey hr- had <v?ir.!.>1s c i tne rul< jor himself not to urge hi message.- any poiiej?-s whfclr ha-tt r.ot i>een ? cohf dc^ri by his parte, and that he has followed the .'ante "rub MJri'-e b? ->mi:ig I? s?!de?it. The Prefid-rit* told the wounn that he n* %"er will pres-rA '?> ??ongjr-ss hi< private. vi? w.s ?,n any subject. because h. conceived that to be a nart oi tin whole process of ^overrun i.t. lie taiu that h< will be ^pok< .;tnan fcr some body else. rot himself. hen he speaks for himself, he pointed out. he is an in dividual, but when he speaks for .in organic body h< is As representative. For ihat reason he pointed out. h< is shut out fmm "startling anything.-' lie idi?j ht - ?nii.i- s himself strict?.* to lhos?- things which iiav. h ??? n ? ?n b"die'i u.; pveoiiitrffc io ?.lc \> 0;>1? at ;.n ? -leet !?"?;? Has Welcomed Consultations. Knrth ;? \plsinlny hi- ;<??. itio' . i: !'r? <* dent sal'.' ?hat ?? is ill titii ? to consult on nil matte:* v. i> his a of th? two bouse- oi Oonj. > ? and thut he hoped ti:? ?? co1. LbUitatiO'. would be oiuiiiiaoi. .^ince he was e1 to give his opinions. He declared that one member of the House rules com mittee, which pusses on the question of creating new committees, had asked him regarding the establishment of a House suffrage committee. In reply to this question the I?resident told his callers that he thought this would be a proper thing to do. So that, its far as his personal advice has been aske$ on the subject, he said, he has approved the plan. He conc.uded by saying that he had made the explanation in order to show thaf in refusing the request for the special message he was living up to the principles which he has set Tor himself. When the President finished Dr. Shaw spoke up again. "May I ask a question?" she said, and the President nodded assent. "As we are members of no political party, to whom are we to look us our spokesman unless wo speak for ourselves?" "You do that very admirably." remark ed the President, and the entire party joined in the laugh that followed. Urged to Convert Husband. The suffragists then began to leave the office, out Mrs. Lulu L. Sheppard of Salt Lake City stopped for another word. She told the President that although her hus band had voted at the Inst election for Roosevelt, she and her daughter voted for President Wilson. "I hopA'OU will make your husband a convert." laughed the President. After leaving tiie President some of the suffragists criticised him. but Di. Shaw said that s>e was very well satisfied. "The President is in favor of a com mittee on suffrage in the House, and our chief purpose ir. coming to call was to find out where he stood." said Dr. Shaw. MLLE. TEYTE HONOR GUEST AT NATIONAL PRESS CLUB "Ladies' Day" Being Observed for Last Time in Present Quarters. In Annual Affair. Xiiiety-two police chiefs of West Vir ginia, in conference at Huntington. W. Va.. pledged themselves to a strict en forcement of the state prohibition raws which become effective next June. With Mile. Slaggie Teyte, the prima donna of the Chicago-Philadelphia Grand Opera Company, as the honor guest, "ladies' day" is being observed at the home of the National Press Club, loth and F streets northwest, this afternoon. The club members recently decided to move to much larger quarters on the top floor of the Higgs building, where a roof garden i* available in addition to more space for other club needs. Today's func tion was arranged to give the woman friends of the club an opportunity to say n formal "good-bye" to.the present quar ters, where they have been received at an annual ladles' day reception for the past three or lour years. In honor of the women the clubrooms were decorated with palms and roses. The reception was of an informal char acter. Mile. Tejte's appearance was not! announced in advance, and It proved a ; big surprise to the large number of fem inine guests who began assembling at 2 ?'clock. Miss Teyte s program was a varied one, and was lengthened by de mands for encores. The clubhouse will continue to be ooen to the woman gueste of members until 0 o'clock this evening. Tlie ladies' day last spring was mark ed by the holding of a spelling bee be tween teams picked from members of Congress and members of the press. J* L?? Istat Eciwej VII The Coming Christmas is the SIXTIETH CHRISTMAS Since people of refinement have found a most appropriate Holiday Gift in . PHILIP MORRIS The World's Oldest High-Grade Turkish CIGARETTES In " Neat Brown Coxes " of 10. 20, 50 and 100 |THE DIGNITY of this gift is in the unequalled reputation of Philip Morris Cigarettes. [THIS REPUTATION is due to their | international distinction as the ONLY Standard of pure turklsh smoke for [Sixty years. THIS DISTINCTION is clear evidence of the superlative quality and unvarying flavor of Philip Morris Cigarettes. THIS QUALITY AND FLAVOR are known to the world s most experienc ed smokers, and a fair trial will conclus ively prove them to any critical beginner. PKilip Morns 6c Co., Ltd. New ^ ork London Montreal Cairo I p?:?:r ?afes & (Eonurarai t?:h So Trasst Co. (Jt&vMssey F rust Co.) Gi^rlstsaas checks will foe cashed ?iipom pressrst&tten?, The Best Overcoat Buy today is one of these '!? Mi il I! i|! !! Hi 1 he actual value represented is conservatively $20. The assort ment for choice is enormous?quite as big at this one price as is shown by any other shop at all prices. Ev ery size, every style?both the ex tremes and conservatives?and every feature of fabric, tit and finish distinctly a Saks garment. Chinchillas and Rough-faced fabrics?in Blue, Dark Oxford, Cambridge, Blue mixed?shawl and notch collars, belted back?Sin gle and Double Breasted. You'll be in a hurry for an Overcoat now?and here it is?a won der for the money?$i 9. The Big Sweater Sale is in the nick of time They5re all high-grade Sweaters?in the popular colors, in the newest weaves: in the p.oper shapes?and at enormous reductions from tlie regular prices. LOT OX K?Angoras and Shaker-Knit, in all colors?and in all the shapely >tyles?\Vith and u ithont collars. $4, $5 and $6 Grades? $2.95 Choice ^ ? LOT TWO?Angoras and Lamb's "Wool. in the desirable colors, with and without collars. $6.50, $7.50 and $8.50 itl 05 Grades?Choice t iit GIVES THIRD TRAVELOGUE. Burton Holmes "Cruises Through Philippines" at the Columbia. Burton Holmes' third travelogue in his present course, "Cruising Through the Phllfppines," was presented before a large audience at the Columbia last night, and will be repeated this afternoon. With an opening introduction to the American officers and native crew of the coast guard cuttcr in which the Voyage was made, the lecturer showed a suc cession of informative motion views of the islands of the Philippine group and the native life of each. Seascapes, sun sets, volcanoes and waterfalls gave reali Ration of the scenic picturesqucness ox the Islands, and there was a submarine panorama of .the. "living wonders of the tropic seas through the bottom of a jjlas? bbottom boat." A vl*it to Moro land had for its color features a parade of sultans and dattos with their respective retinues, i and a naval review by the fantastic Mor* fl^et on T?ake I^inao. Life on the Chine*--? pier of the walled city of Jolo included a \ celebration in honor of the arrival of a ! Japanese cru'.ser. and chief among t.?e festivities arranged for a gathering of Moro notabilities was a spear daw*' by a dw^rf datto, and a curious evolution of hand distortions by a group of Moro ; Salomes. There waf a laugh shly formal j Interview with the Sultan of Sulu. a re- i view of the colonial "army" by Governor J General Forbes, a glimpse of the lex er j settlement on Culion, every demonttra- . tion that camera could make of tnel work done by the United States for the ' people of its newest possessions, and a ! final motor launch trip on a subter- 1 rar.ean river whose "mystery and n;ag- ; nifleence" were revealed by flashlight, andi 1 an emergence between the "jaws of the ' hills" into the light of day. R. B. Goode, sixty-nine years old. high constable of Lynchburg, Va , died Fri- j day afternoon. He was paralysed two, weeks a^o. He served in the civil war ! as a member of the Richmond IJowitz-rs. j Shop Early For Christmas Early in the day for your own sake and the sake of the clerks. Early in the season for the sake of the friends you wish to remember. You can't choose veil at the last minute. Your 0. S. Trust' Cg.'s CLristi^s SsTlirgs Ciccfcs iers b a r ?? ? No red tape. Endorse your check, bring it here and get the monev it represents. Main Floe ?Information Bureau. Red Cross Christmas Stamps 1 jf sale he.-r r. 10c and 25c packages -M;.!n Floor. Dureitu o: Information. Seal your Christmas* package^ with the se stamps and help a go?u cause. SPECIAL NOTICE.?We will be OPEN ONLY irjVH KVENINOS this season io. CHRISTMAS SHOPPING?Saturday, h*e. 20; Monday. Dec. 22; Tuemiaj, Doc. 22 and Wednesday. lkv. Jl Rciaenib^r thi6, and SHOP KART.Y I.N THE DAY, EAIiLY IN THB ftfuKTil. ^2(J TO 430 Tr" 5T ANSburgh&bBO 417 TO 4?5 8'h5T. 1 417 TO ??5 B'H ST PRIME HOLIDAY GIFTS?For Young and Old? AWAIT CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS AT LANSBURGH'S. Come and pass judgment on this splendid stuck of holiday gifts of utility and beauty we have assembled! f Dress Good. Boxed for Xmas Giving. S Give a Skirt or Waist Length ot This I 40-IN. SILK CREPE DE CHINE At, a Yard, $1.45. Look over this list and see if some of the lengths and fabrics mentioned do not meet your gift needs. DRESS PATTERN'S of Storm Serge, including black, navy or cream. Nicely boxed a::d offered, the length.... KIMONO LENGTHS o! Wool Figured CliaHis, in charmtng colors and designs. Nicely boxed and offered special at $1.95 $1.89 .Silk MMD hrist gray. navy, SHUT* CHILD'S DRESS Plaid Combinations, fered at LENGTHS of Pretty Nicely boxed and of SK1RT LENGTHS (fT I Hack -and-white Shepherd Checks. - Nicely boxed and offered at a A special price for a .specially -?ood quality Crepe dc Chine. No silk more popular thin - and no silk vi ill be received more gladly an a C mast gift. Choice of all good shades. such af light blue, pink. electric blue, n ine, violet brow n. rile, taupe, midnight blue, myrtle, liussarc*. main tango, torra cottu. ivory and black. Attractive boxes for dres,s or waist lengths. Main Floor? 8th St. Annex?Silk Section. Give These Jap Linen SCARFS AND SHAMS AT 47c. DRESS LENGTHS of Silk-and-wocl ^ q. Poplins; all colors. Nicely boxed and !r& offered special w DRESS LENGTHS of Silk-and-wocl Nice offered special :U. .. SKIRT LENGTHS of Navy v.lue storm ^ ~ E Serge. Nicely boxed and offered special ^ 4 0jf^r Main Floor?8th St. Antieit?Dress Goods. Values. 75c. An excellent gift and a very moderate-priced ot.e. Scarfs. is l>y J-4 in.; Shams or Canters, 3?? in.; made of Jap linen in hand drawn-work or embroidered de signs; some iii combination of both; t?calioped or hem stitcned edge. Any 011c will ajiiireciate such a givtl Main Floor??*-h St. Annex?Art Section. The Warmest Autumn on Record Is the Reason for This Sale ot Women's and Misses' Ouster emsatioeaflly Low Price at vtS Makers all over the. country have c v ttered by liie warm weather prevalent this fall, because merchants have not placed reorders /a-t enough to keep pace with the supply. Therefore several J#*e sacrificed proms in order to make cutclv sales, and we have received several underpriced iots. 'i hc^e. together with many garments fiom own stock, make a representative showing. WI1V XOT GIVE THESE UNDEKPRICED OU TEkGAkAiLNTS? Women's Coat Suits. of finest ull-wool black and navy serge and cheviot: also fancy mixtures in gray, brown and blue; fincfst lin- , ii.gs. Sizes 21 to V5. Values) **> <1 a a ciuo ui- ro |30. CHOICE TOMOR- ^li4?o4 I IS f Hi'iW <?VT .V IT ' ROW ONLY AT Women's anil Misses' Coac Suits, copies of finest imported models, including exquitdte velvet, broadcloth. duvetyn and .ibeUne 1 :"iito: black and ;.!) the high --^'ors: latest styles; divided into two price group*- I'* foi- ! lows: Women's and Misses' Coat Suits, of t ho liest materials and all the new colors, in cluding navy blue and black; fixes 10 and for misse* and 34 to 41 for is tor misses and ;>4 to *1 tor ?i g^ .1 u omen. Values up to $ 40.90. ^!i >'oC>4r cm '!< 'i; rOAlOltROW AT Values up t-- $*?0.d0 to go at Values un to $50.uv to go at d-. $44.84 WOMEN'S AND MISSES' COATS. In a variety of Styles and Mixture?. Wonieits a'.d Misses br^ta.8. o:' all-wow* i serge, cponge. cr> ;?e <j' ? hi. c and sil"; pop lin: al* latest styUs. Valu^t up C* g) ra to $20.00. ''HOICK TOMORROW ONLY AT CHILDREN'S LONG COATS. Values up to $e.30. Sale price 14.So Values up to $10.00. Sale price $5.?v Values up to $ 115.00. Sale price ?7.90 ! Values up to $13.00. Sale price f>u ?gS S Jo %? S3S::::?:?S3r! v-"u~ up ,o "iM ^ "CM ?? Values up to $u0.0t'. Sale price Sl'J.yo t fS.Ut" COUCH COVERS Are Good Gifts. TAPESTRY COUCH COVERS, in oriental patterns; plain colors and two-tone In browns and greens and 00 inches wide; 3 yards long. $4.00 value. Special tomor- rv^o/O row at ? KASHGAR COUCH COVERS, in ric'.i oriental and Persian designs; in pleasing color com- ^ (TV S binations; full width and length: reversi- <^\)0y'<!ry ble. Special value at Other Coucli Covers, ?5.0t? to ?1L'.D0. Third Floor?Upholstery Section. LACE CURTAINS For .Christmas Giving. SCOTCH Lace CfKTAlNS, in v? rj attractive o ? - si <n? t-howlng plain centers. aH-< vcr? ar?d *%. g% medallion effects; wtiit<? ami atab. Spe<-ial ^ I ? value, a pair ^ LMPORTKD IRISH POINT CURTAINS; urate, boruer in combination ot* scroll and ?$* -a <rv.^ flower ?-ifect. M-ith large eorv.er piec^. Ex- rMiyO cellent curtains, and priced at, a pair.... IMPORTED IRISH POINT CURTAIN'S, and elaborate border effects, with plain and all-over centers. Cnoiet of a dozen dif ferent styles. |6.50 values. A pn.r, only Third Floor? Lace Curtains. 04; v.ide.' elab $. in narrow $4.95 Give a Flannel DRESS PATTERN, j Material for a nice warm flannel- ^ ette dress for house wear would / be most acceptable. We offer dress patterns in flan nelette in a larsx variety of pretty ' designs, in light and dark colors, put up witr neat (Tj/Th _ holiday bands, and of- (f?OC' v fered at Main l-'luor?8th St. Annex?Flani:ei Bt-cii .a. < Flannel Skirt Patterns (Flannel Waist Patterns Make Serviceable Gift-. Wo havtr made up these Flannel Skirt Pattern's express';- for gift j-rivin'.-. Tbey contain 1 l,-j yards of em broidered ilanuel, iu scalloped or Ik 111 stitcn'.-d de&igns, all nicely boxed, and offered ?special at $1.13 and $1.50 each. Mai'i Floor?^th St. Annex?Flannel Section. Are Acceptable Presents. These wa'nts wii. feel ji''*o<' ' h? t: the cold weather ..rii>t 'i'hv V.'..is; Patterns contaL tli.-> ? f tliilsh Idealean .lar.n. 1. i: designs. j?j.-1 are pit i'. fcr Chrlstmaji giving. S|?^ei.--1, waist t terll Mali. Floor?-sth St. A_:i:e Section. r 'i;. -Flarr.iet 7.50 '?=? yj 1 L Blanikets to 01 ve Or to "snuggle'' under cold nights. ALL-WOOL WHITE BLANKETS; well made; closely woven; also made in pink, E= illVfTi blue, brown, black and red plaids; ^ \J' ll-'i size. $6.50 values. Special, a pair WHITE CALIFORNIA WoOL BLANKETS; 11-4 size; close weave; finished in best possible manner; wide siilt binding; uouble stitched pink or blue borders, -v.ou value, at, a pair WHITE WOOL BLANKETS; full 11-1 size; closely woven, warm and durable: wide silk bindings; blue or pin!: bor ders. $5.00 values. Special sale price, a pair DOWN AND WOOL COMFORTS: in a variety of designs and colorings; double-bed size; light and warm. Special at HEIVT COMFORTS, covered a iris silkoline or twilled ratine: white japiinated cot ton filling; r!oral and oriental dc eigns. Special values at WHITE WOOL BLANK rJTfc: 10-4 size, for twin or three-quarter beds; clos#ly woven; well finished. A pair, > O' only Third Floor?Bedding. <?) >3.98 a variety s; double-b^d ^ /A\ g> $5.00 values. iris silkoline or - $2.?? ) ? i < < ) \ > FSairsraeSeite Gowns and Petticoats For One's Own L'^e or to Give FLAXXELETTK GOXVXS, in ..11 white or I?lue and white and pink and white stripes: high neck with kmg sleeves; braid trimmed. <^50 value. f Special at FLANNELETTE GOWKS, of heavy quality, in plain white or striped effects; high or round collars: long sleeve>: nicely trimmed in braid. Choice ot* J? fl (fOfj) many st}les at * FLANNELETTE PETTICOATS, in all-white or striped ettccts: excel lent, quality and spev:ial values at. ... Second Floor?Undermuslin Sec tion.