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: POLICIES ON CHINA . '">] Houston on Trip Told of Two Desires of South Provinces. PRESENT STAND HINDERS 5 I Would Alter Immigration Laws 4 and Position Taken Regardr ing Concessions. BY B. WOOD. By Cable to The Star and Chicago Daily News. (Copyright. 1922.) CANTON. China, October 11.?Two desires of the south China provinces requiring radical changes in the present H? ? American policies toward this country have been impressed upon Assistant Secretary of Commerce C. H. Houston. during his visit and investigations here. The first of these expressed desires is an alteration in the present State Department ruling at Washington which requires the Peking governHUSTON. ment's approval of any undertaking or concession in south China before the United States government will sanction participation in such project^ by Amer ican capital. Seek Immigration Law Change. The second is an extension of the present United States immigration law permitting Chinese to enter the United States to attend college so as to include Chinese wishing to learn trades, business methods and factory and store administration. The signing by the present Kwangtung government within the last fortnight of two big contracts, one for pujbiic improvements in Canton and the other of a loan from British capitalist. both contracts amounting to two million pounds each, was brought to Houston's attention by local Chinese. Ruling Acts as Cvrb. fJoth of these contracts were first offered to American investors, but they were unable to accept them because of the State Department's present ruling. The Chinese, however, were unable to prove to Huston that American financiers would have invested their money in the projects had the State Department permitted such action or that the department's pojicy is not consistently against disintegration of the Chinese republic by4 holding north and South China together. Chinese engineers and executives.! educated in American, colleges, who called on the assistant secretary of commerce, emphasized the nfrcd in China of American trained experts familiar with American machinery and mercantile products. They declared that such trained men in future years will be the greatest selling force for American made goods in Cljina. Consideration Promised. Huston told .the local Chinese delegation which, called upon him that thb suggestions made during their vi|it were among the most important received by him during his trip to the orient and promised to give them consideration when he returned to Washington. The assistant secretary of commerce mi his party devoted Sunday to visiting the Canton Christian College. which is the forembat American educational institution in aoufji China. while Chinese business men of Can *o?i wciuumea nusion ana Tpemoers ofJ his party. officials of- the new Kwangtung government indicated a changed attitude in - the former friendliness toward America by refusing to accept the invitation of the American colony to a dinner given in hcfrior of the visitors. Liater, howe\Tpr. Gov. Chen H&u-Ju. who is an American-born Chinese, entertained Huston and his party at a luncheon. LONDON MEN ANGERED f BY SLURS UPON DRESS * Cljum They Are Slouchily Oarbed Brings Counterfire From i Tailors anH fithars. By?tbe Associated Press. jjONDON, October 11.?The ire of Lohdon's young: men of fashion has been aroused by recent newspaper articles saying that Londoners are becoming more and more slouchily dressed. These charges have drawn copnterfire in a number of articles appearing in ther last few days, Insisting that, on tbe contrary, the men are daily becoming dressier. Leading tailors and clothing merchants declare that tailors every* wherre are frantically cutting, snip* ping, chalking and stitching in answer to an ever-increasing demand for clothes. Incidentally, it is claimed that the prices are more reasonable, provided that the purchasers know where to go and use discrimination. Sartorial profiteering, while It exIstp. no longer flourishes, and most of: the tailors are beginning to realize that the' day of war-time high prices and reckless buying are past. This is stimulating a sort of healthy competition, resulting *n better fabrics and better tailoring at lower prices. ? The spokesman for one large tailoring establishment is quoted as saying: "Last year we increased our turnover very considerably, and orders are coming in so fast that we can scarcely cope with them. The cldth. by the way, is as good as it evlr was." : BONDS ARE DECLINED. Xrfegularity Alleged in Securities i for Maryland Bridge. Special Dispatch to The Star. ANNAPOLIS. Md.. October It?Because there was an Irregularity in the procedure connected with the paesage of the bill authorizing them, Frknlc B. Cahn & Co., of Baltimore, hap declined to accept at present 350,001 worth of bonds of Anne Arundle county. the proceeds of which were toi provide for a bridge over South ri^er, between Ferrypolnt, Ave miles from Annapolis, and Taylorsville. It is claimed that there was no reford of the roll call on some of the amendments to the bill, as required by* the state constitution. A bill providing for some bonds of Washington oouilty has been attacked in the courts for the same reason, and Oahn A Co., has notified this county that it will await the decision of the court of appeals before accepting the. bonds. I READY FOR GREEK POST. Alexander Zaltnls, Recovered From Ulnew, Accepts Premiership. I/ONDON, October 11.?A Reuter dispatch from Athens says that Alexander Zaltnls, former Greek premier, h? sent a telegram from abroad, where be has been 111, announcing thgt he has sufficiently recovered to go? the premiership. FAILS TO GET LOAN, ' TRIES AGAIN, AND SCORES AS WINNER COLUMBIA, Pa.. October 11.? An officer of the First National Bank of Columbia in digging; through old flies today found a letter written in February of 1868 by a young man who had bean a telegraph operator here, but had launched In business for himself. "My brother and Henry Pipps wish to borrow .(15,000 for four months.. They'll' pay 8 per cent on their Joint note, indorsed by me," the letter gtated. "If your Hani* U flush aUoTiinh m A n_t New York." The officer* turned down the application, ' Records indicate, however, that the applicant grot the money .elsewhere and* used It to purchale the Union Iron Mills at Pittsburgh. Said mills paid a few thousand per cent' on the Investment and helped form the foundation of the fortune of the man who swung the deal?Andrew Carnegie. OAMPAlONSBEGIN j TO STIR IN ITALY ! Liberals Meet at Bologna as Fascisti Spread Propaganda. NO PARLIAMENT DATE Premier Says Convocation Probably Will Be Some Time in November. By the Associated Prese. ROME, October 11.?Although the government has not yet made any authoritative statement concerning tho date for the convocation of parliament. all the leaders of the political parties are so sure general elections will be held soon that political campaigns already have commenced. The liberals yesterday held a large meeting at Bologna, which was attended by numerous deputies and senators. The fascist! also are actively spreading their propaganda in the hope of obtaining a majority in parliament with the'electoral law amended in accordance with their demands. Some apprehension is felt over what will happen if the fascist! should fail in their ambition, yet their leaders, iriirluding Signor Mussolini, have repeatedly stated that if they cannot obtain control of the governement legally they will seise It "by force. The belief prevails among the fascist! that there is no chance of the socialists obtaining a majority, owing to the recent split in the party. They are* fearful, however, of the Catholic party, which is strong In the south and the Venetian provinces. \o Agreement on Date. Premier Facta. Interviewed b?' Turin Starnpa. declared he did * Jeot to the question of ele?* ...? reforms being discussed, but . ./ would not agree to a date for the reassembling of parliament being fixed without a consultation between the members of the cabinet and the presidents of the senate and the chamber of deputies. He auaeci mat parnameni would meet some time in November, when the first business would be discussion of the recent acts of the cabinet. and after this electoral reforms would be considered on the basis of the recommendations of the parliamentary committee. . CLAIMS WIFE SHOT SELF. Virginia Man Lodged in Jail on Murder Charge. Special Dispatch to The Star. LYNCHBURG, Va? October 11.?A. B. Crttzer, a sheet metal worker here, who lived eight miles out of the city in Bedford county, is in Jail at Bedford, charged with the murder of his wife, Mrs. Katie Critaer. twenty-seven years old. C'ritaer claimd his wife shot herself while he was cutting kindling at the wood pile in the yard. He knows of. no reason why*she should have taken her life. Another' man who was there at the time helped to pick the woman up and they found a revolver clinched in her right hand. She shot herself in the left side. SEEKS REINSTATEMENT. Rev. Thomas L. Irwin, Suspended, to Appeal to Synod. TUL?A, Ok la . October 11.?The Rev. Thomas L. Irwin, former, pastor of the First Freshyterian Church of Lawton. who was recently suspenaea by the El Reno presbytery on charges of Conduct unbecoming a minister, will auk the Oklahoma synod to reinstate him, it was announced here by the Rev. C. C. Weith of Ardmore. who asserted that he would represent the former pastor. Mr. Trwin was criticised by members of his congregation for marrying a scantily clad couple, in a bathing pool, and for accepting gifts for his church from the late Jake L. Ham oil. The former pastor reported last spring that he had been kidnaped and severely beaten after being warned to leave L,awton. A charge of arson is now pending against Mr. Irwin, in connection with a fire which partially destroyed his church. TOTAL OF ESTATE AMAZES Labor Circles In 'Britain Discuss Deceased Leader's Fortune. LONDON. October 11.?Labor circles are surprised by the revelation 'that the late William Abraham, Welsh miners' leader, who was commonly called Mabon, left' an estate of more 41 "A Thsr* much discus man *bu,wv?. * ?? ? ? sion in the labor papers as to whether this did not constitute him a capital' 1st. and his friends are explaining how he was able to accumulate such a larire estate. While Abraham was for some years a member of parliament, the salary from this office amounted to only ?409." but he received a generous salary as president of the Welsh Miners' Federation. The bulk of this money is supposed tp have been Invested in Industrial and Insurance companies, from one of which he derived an Income as a director. CHOLERA HITS JAPAN. I wf Malady Spreading In Tokto and Yokohama, Dispatches Stats. By the A'seelsted PreMHONOI.ULU, October 11.?Cable dispatches received by the Nlppu Jiji. Japanese language newspaper here,' state that cholera Is spreading In Tokio and Yokohama, 1ST cases having been r?fert?4- In- Tokio- alone. There are said to have been twentyeight deaths front the .plague. The American consulate', has requested the Japanese government to rigidly examine every pdesenger bound for the United States. Ordinarily only steerage passengers are given an I extensive examination.. - .1 Honolulu hu on* of the flneet *nd|| moat efficient telephone eyetema Hi I the world. - I* ? -tv ? . V r V Christmas Handkerchiefs 1 |M Here iw q wondrous display.. 'it is pot a moment too?early to ifee' owr imerdning display. Boy now end ' . save lact minuteqapcH Aeiqe.' V; i/ r*-? Patau Raral?Mala Floor. - ? " * Fashion Introduces a New Bewitching > ' ! 'V' ? Dress of Black Canton Crepe A illustrated jmRA ,3k' Simple line. Sm ffff Round. E v e 1 y fffl ffff ?/tZ. \ trimmed with- silk braid Jiff J J jr 1 nn sIppvp front and hartr / (SI IHIIII / I Dashing cascade drapes / IHIfliL J add inuch charm. Unique- X JftjMbxr f\ J ly set off by steel color ^ Also! Ml W At $45 women and tpisses 1 Hn I I it jj will find an interesting as- /! ItB I IbI fH B.i sortfipent of hew models. 11 urn 1 li I 1 H Fashioned of Canton crepe i 1 I [I and cloth for afternoon, din- 1 r~ I U ner and evenitvff.wear. if B|"yvll I Palais Royal?Third Floor. A# \/l Fashionable Trimmed Velvet Hats, $5 & $7.50 For Thursday's selling we offer an exceptjpnal display are copies exclusive higherpriced Hats. Fashioned of Lyons and Mv AL u||pH^ Panne Velvet and Felt and & Velvet Combination. *'ie 'ar8e dress hats, medium and small Hats /hi^ for tailored, street and suit wear, that are extremely |HE> smart and becoming to the \ miss, young woman and \ matron. Colors are black, brown, navy, sand, henna, pheasant, red, purple, .etc. Smart Tailored Felt Hats for Sport and Utility Wear $2.98, $3.98 to $5.00 Our selection of chic Felt Hats is now at its best, offering a choice range of all the wanted Autumn colors, in all the newest styles now in vogue. * -t . * Women's and Misses' Angora Wool Hats, $2.25 to $4.50 \ Our selection of these popular hats is now very interesting, offering a'choice range of styles and colors, also a large variety of styles in the different qualities that will please the most exacting taste. At $2.25 to $4.50. " S- - \ PataU Rayal?Seemf Finer. 1 -v i '-rs':'^ I Bargain Basement Do 36?Jnch Percales, 8 Yards, u Fine count, light ground Percales, dote, A *f stripes and floral patterns. Mill lengths. 1 to & mb I TV. yards. v * 1_?5 ?3,000 yards in all?At 8 yard* tar 01? Bargain Baaemeat. edt 60c. Ticking, 7 Yards Muslin, 7 Yards 5U; Art Ticking ? 32 6*1 36 inches wide? At ? C I inches; milLlengths. A / bleached. Limit of ^ I 27. 2,000 yards in all. ^ 74 yards to each colo] 10c yard quality. T yds. 81. purchaser. in m i . 16=Inch Crash, 20 Yards lor ish; y Absorbent Quality Unbleached Crash, for A ? J*6)1 Bhand and dish towels. Ample quantity?88 yards A # iH_i! far 81?Bargain Basement. ? ?38 1,000 Cretonne, 5 Yards Crepe, 4 Yards ^ 84' inches^ wide? *| 83-inch "Windsor" A < (jlfl full plecesr- Mgnti>--A / Crepe, In white and A j 4,6 ful patte-rns.and' s colors. 4?000'">?rds ' to I! colors. .~ .. . in all. itiea H |1 1 ^ .. * -i, 1 6 ?i < III I MS . tr_ j_ I , , j 15c sneering, ?u xaras, ln~ 39 inches vide; fine 68x72 count- Unbleached dk m bleai I ?for aheets. cased eta Mill lengths, 1 to 10 A I 2,004 _ yards. 2,000 yards In all?1? yards, (1.00?-Bar- - 1 gala auegeit Sii , 46x1 ! Bloomers, 6 for Nets, 16 for ~ aai asrytyag: sis $1.29 Aprons Girls' Dresses * &ik Black Sateen JBuo- ?f- New, long-waiated dk ? galow Aprons, with *A A effect; of superior A # nr cretonne' trlnnntnfa. ^ wash' water lata; Chio and.new; with pockets fast colors. . Siiea 7 to 14 . .*H and belt. yeOt"-" s * lan J Silk-and-Wool Hose . - Women's reinforced Hose., Heather offset# . dk~ d Gh - S1 u.', Beeweewt- hoed j st-iap / - ; . j B~B B B IB B B I ^PALAIS hopping Contor-?lJik^artft C St*. " RemarkableEnvelope Ch< And there are -not only Radiur > tion of Crepe de Chine styles. T medallions, outlined with lace, in b I that range from $3.25 to $4.00. At Petticoats, $5.00 Made of heavy All-silk Radium, straightline, with attractive embroidered bottom. Black and new fall shades. At $SJ4. Fancy Petticoats, $3.98 . ' Small tot, made of ivory satin;-, flounces of joined ribbon and lace. < Regular and extra sixes. Formerly ' I were $5.98. At $J.M. Long Kim Made of fleecy flannelette, in p At $LW. A Timely Salt New Slip-Over SPLENDID VALUES $2.95 Popular and smart for all occasions. Light or /L heavy wool, slip-on styles, fi Colors are Jockey, Jade, jli| Buff, Brown, etc. Finished '!'i with pockets or belts. All I ! sizes 34 to 46. At $2.95. jiff Dimity Blouses- || $2.00 I Dozens of styles, with Peter wl Pan collars, Tuxedo models, fancy stripes and novelty col-JM orings; long sleeves. Sizes 34i-A to 44. At&OQ. Palais Rayal?Tfclr* PI oar. I net PatmvpH Pnhri PRESENTING A NUMBER OF ATT RACTIVELY Mi 8-button length, suede-finished fal ered stitching, all around strap of pearl buckle; in pongee with beave brown. At pair, Strap-wrist Gauntlets, einbroidere has contrast lining, heavy embroidery with beaver. At pair, Suede-Hke Fabric, in mocha shad* braided buckle made of the materia! two tones of mastic and black, with s< shades. At pair, . . MochaNne Gloves, a washable style, long, full, wide gauntlets, in and mode. At $2.95 pair. I gB^HE553EEsEE?ss5ssEs5Ei53E5SE9E3HHi liar Sale Tomoi Scarfs, 4 for ,35c Hose, 4 F ,ce Dresser A 4 Women's, out fs. 12x62 Inches. A ? sizes, first Quality ir Sale price, black hose, relnr SIjM. forced. Sizes Sft t< ? ; ? pairs, li.ee. Scarfs, 2 for ~ ?__ 77 ,ce centers and A a aSC 11OSC, O r e s. Regularly A# Women's ribbed Dallar Sale Hose, fashioned e, 2 far 21.60. with seam and re. "7T~ v i Inforced. Sizes 864 luting, 7 Yards Irregulars. 2 pain Inch; white and A ? _ a; 4,000 yards ^ ? Z5C (lose, 6 r 1L Juveniles' ribbed r _ , c black hose, reinTOwels, lO for forced. Sizes 6 to ack and Turk-. A f !? Irragulars. regular at 15 c" -R ? 21.62. ) Dollar Sale, m ?, . ? >r 11.20. Mandkchfs., L -> i Vinie Women's linen ateen, 4 raros handkerchiefs, hem Inch; black; A ? stitched borders, in > yards to be ? colors. 12 far 21 AC 4 yards. 81.00, W W"}?$1 ? hen ankle length. 2 . years. Irregulars. 2 >ash, 6 Yards Ei? i.'s.-aS.i'SS $1 jewels,!; ehed: full pieces; ^ Jumbo Turkish i -yards to sell. Towels, 22x44 In. r? 2 far 21AO. .ei^x^ and1"-, f NainSOOk, 5 Y i- first cuallty; .A f S? Inches wide; es to 45c each. ^ lull pieces and re*. . - . ular at 25c yard. Hose, 2 Pairs - .. _ ??! ? * omen's wool- *? /VC ~ >d hose, rein- A I _ Irregulars?Union id. Sizes 814 Suits, low neck, ?e 10. Irregulars. He- Jo e e. Knee d to 9 pairs for ll.ee. length. 88 to 41. Petticoats "*' ' - Bloomers, 2 P sateen, cole- A ? Juven lies' ? of Wik- Jf felaak and-white StnIootj md 1U1- * "* ?llsh sateen, with sloth. Black and eel. regular and extra . to 15 Tears. l^Rdacet. rta'. Sl?e?..??t? ft dots and . etrlpes. rears. In nary. AM netuTsrlgr 81.58 and wine, with ^ dosen; Dollar Sale, . half lined. flJso. , arsmla Itasemaat. Inula Bai H IS I j I ?OYAL W<- a costume ? '[sm^m.^ to the PaU ' -l?*f.-1877?A. Limt, Pramdmt ?Our Showing of imise at $2.98 iftj n Silk models, but a splendid collec- LL ailored or lacetrimmed, some with fj >lue, pink or orchid. Splendid vplues I fg, $2.98. t SJ Boudoir Slippers, $1.50 r Of quilted satin, self lined, finished tWfl/J\ with 'full ponlpon and low #heel. Kimbnb" shades. At $LM. I \\i? Long Kimonos, $5 Made of satin and charmeuse, slip- V"^ on model;, finished with novelty \ 1 ^ flowers. : Light and dark colors. At \| KiJ idiios, $1.19 nFS radical Persian and Dresden patterns. J Jr Patau turn?Tuw pint. r e 0f 500 1 PantyDres Sweaters 1 ?^e ^om | Two Interesting | Groups r$5.00 Hj Just unpacked. Of |j wool jersey cloth, in the i fl Autumn shades, beautif I embroidered in striking I ors. 2 to 6 years. $1.25 y Fashioned of black sat 1 attractively embroidered H appliqued in bright col i 2 to o year models. | Four-Piece Sweat | Suit, $6.98 H ? including cap. legs m sweater and mitts, of W wool, brushed Angc HI double faced. Very III stock. Tan. white, bri ?V ' HI and peacock. Sizes t< I yeifs> | Small Lot of Goal _____ I $3.98 fl Made of wide-wale cor B roy. in dark colors. S ic Gloves, $2 ?keonovelt,es" Hartford Twi S FECIAL THIS WEEK , . . better acquaint you with brie, two-toned emoroid- we shall offer these spec! contrasting colors with The tan dust mop, revere r and mode with CO " ^WpUWS2" _ tr. . No oil ueed on this mop. d border en cuff which Regular price SS.lt. stitched, in covert Special at jlZ Tan Cettn Duster for ,, . , . ture and automobiles. Mi !, all around strap, with ized tan cotton, chemica I, heavy embroidery; in absorb the dust. Nice lor twine of these two saves bending, stooping an jlZ ing. Regular price. SI.29. i Rath Spray Brash, the can connect with the fauc . slrin is ?tr.s.s*-i?t of ,vory: bfst tubing. No: won, in strap-?n si price ls |4 95 Thlg w#ek I white, natural, sand Bath Room Brash of fii shoulders. Gets Into the price of-this brush $2.19. Palais Royal?Mala Floor. These brashes Oemonstrat ft?.. tow?Including 55 S ' Irs 35c Vests, 4 for 0!ii ... g 1 Woman's Eitra g ? 911k jYlIj 1 i ,? v'b r,T ?' *? > ...... ? srsssw: ? 69c Suits, 2 for >1-OA-Bargain Bm 'airs Womon'a Ribbed *} 1??? A ? Union - Suits. Ex- a I * Irrsculs.ni.**> <iwi?s. Sl.QO. UltiOIl Suits, 2 25c Vests, 6 for suuT"!!^ *l,bJ5? "7 Women's Ribbed gt ? long sleeves. ankle 'airs Vesta, .low neck XI length; 6 to 1* yea .'i-dL a'- and sleeveless. Ir- regulars. S Salts, > Xl -r?r?te|W __ ^ 35c (lose, 4 Pairs ~~ ~ Women's ? black gt ? 5UC BOVS with white feet? A I 2 for reinforced. First w * Wool Mlxed,?p 6 I- duality. Sizes 8H to 10. ?? maroon, with ? f ? gaga, Wj* Irregulars. S pairs * Hose, 2 Pairs Juveniles' 8porta A s D. ,lcn, Hose?wool mixed. ? X I 52 BlOUSe! Or ; with roll-cuff tops Last of various ' * Irregulars. ? to 9 sizes. lots Women's White A 1 > pairs, jljji Voile Blouses, with _ . short or long s 1t to 12 . $1.49 Begs at choice for ai.oo. sleets, Boston Begs, with g e _ leather, handles; A I __ eloth lined; blsek , . 0r and brown. Women S I dk m J I Kid U H>VC8 Flesh Color Jei y Women's. Import- A? ban? at ?? * and mi. J-buttone. em- A I ?ach purchaser at ? TO* brotdsrad backs. In jtt V Sisss ( to 7V4: In black,. * /nT Brassieres, 2 5? Aprons, O fOr Ot good quality TOr Rubberised Kltch- A | fancy weave ma Af en Aprons ? King- A# tarlal?hook on side. If ham FOlly Prim w Rises M and 41. wit ~ styles. Dollar Rate price. tars. ?IgjttJa StaT If nrra.r. $1 JO GOWI1 *V* SS W*?eM Women's extra ,4f Last of lots. sis**?46 to 50? J| Woman's House A # Nainsook Night. Dresses and Aprons gowns. Some with t torn; 4 also Children's Dresses. of hand-embroidery. Broken assortments. 12.00 J values at gj.se. ^ *JI - ;; dune, IS yards Woman's aI fim *? women s * mash- Bagnlarly To A f Ribbed?elaaUo la tee part: Dbuar Bala, nsek, no slsevas, kn it mta RJt. ? Irragulars. 4 salts 1 I illoween Costumes . ; '? going to a matquarade efair you want that it diferenl?thadt why we toy come ; if Royal ami choote. ; ratals Karat?Mala FlMr. * Radium Silk j1 izTrriTrTn ?incoiyie | j ent for Children I'; and ' | iors. ' " f " : I : ?n | : ?ria, , ^ III m fine ; Coats, $3.98 Made of white lamb's wooi, D or chinchilla, cute styles for | J i baby boy or girl. n g . Polo Cap to match, at $1.M. H Children's Tams, $1.50 | * du- Of suedene in practical * ires shades. All sizes. Qj ? Palate Royal?Third Floor. [Il , sted-In Wire Brushes " : ?In order to ? * inesB oruanca w lals thia weak. * ible, with two . e? Chemically _ and ravelings. Can be washed. 0 dusting furnitde of mercer to ik handle that id reach- m, special 0/t hath brush with rubber tubing that you _ :et. Made of tlnest white bristle; handle trie fits any faucet. The regular #? no _ special at " te white brietlc. Shaprd^tc fit back and m pores. Regular <>?c This week voc 0 J ed aad eeld en Fourth floor, Palais Reyal. < 0 pecial Items | : iced Hose, 2 Pairs, 1 loae so popular at 69c- pair. 0 ? Itl * land reinforced feet. S'-j to Aj n a dovan. Irregulars?S pairs, HI ant I g ' ' ! for Dresses, 2 for | * >' A * Kiddies'. Sizes -01 Di V ? A 1 to 6 years. I>inen -ft # I and Gingham ^ ||| . Ts: Ir- Dresses. Kmbroidered with III _ . 1.0?. pipings: usually ?7c each. |U Hose, 3 pairs for , orts Hose, in grays, browns 01 _ cuff tops. Sizes 7 to 11. A/ HI T , 91.0?.?Banraim Basement. I III m > Corsets at 01 C. B. and other 01 * .? I makes, in pink and Jk / ' . ^ white. Sizes up to | eves, 34. All good models, choice for 91.00. . Moomers, 5 pairs for j " *soy Bloomers?with elastic A ? knees. Limit of 5 pairs to # 0 LMk Barcala Burmrnl. ^ y| for Gowns, 2 for A ? Women'* Batiste ? _ A I and Nainsook Night- A ? ' gowns, pink and ^ n " h gar- white, some shirred and' , embroidered. is Bloomers, 2 for ? Women's extra 4k ? J I a i x e s?of lingerie A / M " v cloth and crepe. H | Ouches Pink and white; cut eery H foM, with reinforced gusset Uj ' Union Suits, 4 for I ' I but glove-fttttng. Uow 4k ? 111 ee length. Sixes < and M. Jk I gl sr net,?Bargain Pas, meat. W B ? 1 1* _ . .... _ _ ? %