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Max Kralms Body Bod in the theWoods t theTi e e11oods
Fearing J Ieiring aring to Return to Institution In Intoxicated Intoxicated ¬
toxicated Veteran Slept Outdoors OutdoorsNo OutftoorsNo
No Inquest Probable ProbableThe ProbableThe
The lifeless body bod of C Max Krahn sixty sixtyone slxt slxtone
one years ears an Inmate of the Soldiers SoldiersHome SoldiersHome SoldiersHome
Home was w s found frozen in Grays Grayswoods Grasoods
woods oods near Brightwood D Cf C about aboutoclock
1 oclock yesterday esterda afternoon afternoonIra afternoonIra afternoonIra
Ira McGulre ten years enrs old who was waswalking wasWalking waswalkl
walking walkl gthrough through the woods at the time timestumbled timetumbled timestumbled
stumbled across the prostrate form and andinformed andintorm andInform
informed Inform d Policemen Boland and Ellfottor Elliottof Elliott Elliottof
of the Tenth precinct Krahn had been beenmissing b beenmissing n nmissing
missing from the Home since Mohday Mohdaybut llohdaybut
but the authorities failed to report reportthe reportthe reportthe
the fact to the police policeHad policeHad policeBad
Had Been on Spree SpreeCoroner SpreeCoroner SpreeCoroner
Coroner Nevltt was informed of the thefinding thefinding thefinding
finding of the body bod and It was after afterwards after afterards afterwards ¬
wards ards removed to tho morgue An in inquest Inquest inquest ¬
quest Is not probable as it is believed believedby belleedby believedby
by the Coroner that Krahn in whose whosepocket whosepocket whosepocket
pocket was found a 10cent piece and anda andhnlC andIL
a halfpint hnlC plnt whisky flask went on a aspree aspree aspree
spree and lay la down In the woods woodsfalling woodsfallfng woodsfalling
falling asleep and freezing to death deathKrahn deathKrahn deathKrahn
Krahn drew his pension recently recontl and andhad andhad andhad
had been Indulging in Intoxicants freelyeer freelyever freely freelyever
ever since He was seen In an in intoxicated Intoxicated Intoxicated ¬
toxicated condition on Monday Monda after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon After leaving a Seventh Street Streetsaloon StreetH Streetsaloon
H saloon loon he Is supposed to have boarded boardeda
a Brjghtwood car fretting oft at the
Home station Instead of going to the th
Institution he evidently evident decided to go
to Grays Gin S woods and sleep being In fear fearof tearoJt
of f a nr reprimand r pc1mand for his conduct conductDied conductDied conductDied
Died Tuesday Night NightMonday Nightllonday NightMonday
Monday night was not cold warm warmwinds warmInds warniwinds
winds Inds and sunshine having prevailed prevailedthroughout pr prvaiIedthroughout valled valledthroughout
throughout the afternoon Krahn evj ev evdently
dently did not freeze to death that night nightTuesday nightTuesda nightTuesday
Tuesday Tuesda he 1s Is believed to have been beensuffering beenBurterlng beersuffering
suffering from weakness and exhaustion exhaustionOn exhaustionOnTuesda exhaustion0n
On OnTuesda Tuesday night the thermometer thermometerregistered thermometerregitereil thermometexregistered
registered 5 degrees and aridit It is believed b beIievethat ileved ilevedthat
that he dl dhkl d f theh 1en The con condjtLon t on or 01 r
1 the body bodtend body4tendeij tendea a to indicate thainlfe that Jifhhn r bad I
been b en extinct for more than th i fortyse tortyotght ight L
hours hoursAfter hoursAtter hoursAfter
After the Coroners verdict Is
return returned returned returned ¬
ed the remains will be taken in charge
by b the soldiers and Interred In the th S
Home i ome Cemetery Cemeter Services will be hold I
In the ohapel and conducted by b the th i
chaplain of the institution institutionPRESIDENT InstltutlopPR Institutlop InstitutlopPRESIDENT
President Roosevelt Roose Jt has signed a num ¬
ber b r or bridge bills and other meusuru measuresAiblll meusuruas
as u CoJlOs CoJlOsA follonsAbIlI
Aiblll A tbllJ to adjust djust mutual claims b be
tw tweon em the United State Statoe and the State Stat C
of Vermont VermontAuthorizing VermontAuthorizing
Authorizing the St Joseph and an d
Grand Island Rnjlway Company Compnn to
lower R s bridge It Is reconstructing near nea
St Joseph Mo MoAuthorizing 110Authorlzlng MoAuthorizing
Authorizing the Little Rook and nndlIQn Mon ¬
roe Railway RuilwR Company to construct a a
budge across aeros cros Ouachlta River In Louls t tFor
Jttjin Jttjin1For IM IMFor
1For For the relief of settlers on lands In 1 n
Sherman Sh rrnan county count Ore
Permitting construction of a dam dar
across Minn the Mississippi at Saulc Rapids
r j p4 i
Dftnatine D nAting eunfcWrinfges ttJric rh htcs tei td i the tJ1 Con ConTfi
neCLjCJt ne0tje 4qmmisIonQr qmml lorw for or the c ctre re und an ii
> > rQfM roat1dji rQn of Fort Griswold
Tfi Tfiamand T r amend fU1 H1 Sct act ranting to the th e
Jkgfikuk ickuk and Hamilton Power Compan y
right m ht to construct and maintain a dam I
25c 2sndLinings 2sndLiningsHE 30c and and30c andL Linings 1n1ngs 81 8330c 4C 4CE c cc cfB
c HE fB E difference lrr e e in price prlc Is because ecause they the are in inshart inshort
JLV short iengths i 1gths ths r to 8 8ytid yards rd instead of full fullpieces flillpieces fullpieces
pieces piecesW piecesW piecesw4
w4 W know there is not that much difference in inthe inthe inthe
the value a1uu of the cloth as asUnlngs linings are incpnuplcu incpnuplcuous IncQf1l4plcuOUS
ous and It matters very yo y little whether they are areplaced urepl arepioed
placed pl cod or not notTbeso notTbeso notJ2bese
Tbeso are areftne fine sllkflnlshod lightweight Pejrcn PejrcnIlnei PqrclIno Pqraaline
line 3CIn wide and are offered In all ulltbugooll ulltbugoollcolors thu good goodcolors goodcolors
colors and white cream crertm and black At Sic 8 lc yard ard
instead S st1a pt25c ot 25c and 30c
Sanitary utltary Safe Safety Saftt
I t ty Pine regu regulorly reguJilrl regisIurly
lorly Jilrl 80 to and nndv nn nni and5c
v i So upZi doz z Special SpeoialQozen Specialtozon
I Qozen 5c
Satin S tI n Hose HoseS HoseSupporters HoseS
S Supporters Supportersere up upporters upporterswere po r t era erawere
were ere 50c saltt salttprice sal salprice sIeprice
price pricet
t 39c
Black and As Assorted Assorted Assorted ¬
sorted Pin Cub CubSpecial Cu CuSpoclal Cubes CubesSpecial
FeatherStitched Braids Braidsaathortitched Braidsat
J at atPeathorjitttchod Peathorjitttchod aathortitched or It Braids full 6yard pieces Wore Ifc Sp Special < wjlal 5 5C 5Ct C C C5f I Ii
t xl 5f few w Pique I Trimming I Braid mercerized 6yard yard pieces Special Sp ciul O 2 1 1I 5 CC c cNew
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I New Mercerized Featherstitched Braid large aiMiortmont JNM > rtmont of 1 1 j flC
I hpl his e 8 designs Special a piece pieceMiscellaneous pieceMiscellaneous 10C 1 1Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous Notions
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HMI TJivander 1A ndlJr Lac Lace Pins Spe OC C
del iill r a dezen dzenAilnul dzeaAdaspUn4 3C J JAd
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Pins f iKpOrH papers for forlilwt forLien forUn 5
Lien Bmnd Hooka II OKs and Byes yos fc C
Xdezea I dQZ8BOft d zea on curd rd for 1 1 1Chlpaao I IChipo
Chl Chlpaao o Ironing Wax 3 rc t tiesw
pfeeiw iesw for f fOrSLJbdew r rJMr Z ZSandew 2C
Sandew Pins 900 O njmt to pa paper p ¬ c cLenox
= 5
per JMr 2 papers for forLwtox io or orLesox
Lwtox StApditril StAJN rd DrotKjmnk DrotKjmnkmf Dr6 Drossmkers lfm k kf
mf ers f Pla PiJIH Yrlb lb box spa Bpoiml 81 > 0 21C 1C
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SmlUti sU JCnjcttflh Needles a i ipnp C
pnp rpsx r f fr fr1Cnits r rICnirnM 2c 2cKaltft
ICnirnM Kaltft HlKhKmde Stoel Stoelt
Sdiwora S1ss rs 4 IDghfJad8 to t 01h long 7 a ap1r 25 O CC C CottQU
pjir jt AD ADotton
otton White Wblt 1iIte Illp TIt Np9 94ynrd lira rr rrpltAt rc
pltAt ptt J for torFrrt or orFrt J JFirst 5
First Floor loori
Twins TivinsandQuadruplets TivinsandQuadrupletsImpoverished and andQuadru Quadruplets QuadrupletsImpoverished lets letsImpoverished
Impoverished Bavarian BavarianPitiable BavarianPitiable BavarianPitiable
Pitiable Plight of E F Wineberger Forced ForcedOut ForcedOut ForcedOut
Out of Work by Strikes and Whose WhoseWife WhoseWife WhoseWife
Wife Is in a Hospital
The case of Edward Frank Wlneber Wlnebergor Winebergor Vlnebergor
gor an export painter and paperhang paperhanger
er who lives at 1404 H Street northeast northeastIs
Is I It s one of the most remarkable In the his history hl3tOr ¬
tory tOr t ory or f Washington Rlhlngton Wineberger who whola wboIs
la i s a small man weighing not more than
115 1 15 pounds Is the father of four sets of oftwins QttwIns oftwins
twins and and one set of quadruplets Of Ofthese orthe Ofthese
these the e twelve children eight are living
The care cnr > of the little ones due to n nlong 21long aong
long l ong Illness IUpeJ8 on the part of his wife who whynow whonow
now lies In the Columbian Hospital hav having having hayn ¬
ing i n given birth to twins on the 19th of ofFebruary efFebruary < t tFebruary
February enforced entor ed Idleness and a run runof runot runof
of extraordinary extraordlnnr hard luck have re reduced redUcld reduced ¬
duced Wlneborger to a condition of
pov poverty PO POert povorty ¬
erty ert
Forced Force Out by Strike StrikeIn StrikeIn StrikeIn
In the neighborhood In which Wlnobor Wlnoborrer Vlncborfter
fter j rer er lives he Is spoken of In the highest highestterms highestterms highestterms
terms as Industrious sober and
com competent competent coinotont ¬
petent otont In October he was forced to toquit toQuit toquit
quit work by b the painters union of ofwhich otwhl ofwhich
which whl < h he Is a member on account of orstrIke a astrike astrike
strike As a result of this Idleness he hecould hecould lieCOUIl
could not pay his dues and now the un union unIon union ¬
ion gives him no aid In his hour of trou trouble trouhIe ¬
ble The Associated Charities has giv given gl glen given ¬
en him a few dollars worth of groceries groceriesduring grocerlC9durhig groceriesduring
during the past three months and andhas andhaspaid andhaspaid has haspaid
paid part of his rent The Hebrew Char CharIty CharIt Charity
Ity It Association also has ha his case under
investigation Friends In the neighbor neighborhood neIghbohooll neighborhood ¬
hood grocerymen and others have giv given given glven ¬
en him help from time to time since his hiscondition hiscondition I Icondition
condition became known which was a ashort aIIhort ashort
short time ago he having sold all his hisfurniture hisCurnlture hisfurniture
furniture and his working tools before beforehe bttorehe beforehe
he made his dire poverty povert known knownWineberger knownVlneberger knownWineberger
Wineberger is a Bavarian by b birth birthhaving birthhalng birthhaving
having come to this country countr when quite quiteWILL QuiteCHRISTIAN quiteRITIA
Special Exercises E erciscs Attending AttendiI gChang Change in inPlace inPlace it itPlace
Place of Worship for the First FirstCongregation FirstCongr FirstCongregationPublic
Congregation Congr CongregationPublic gation Public Invited InvitedThe InviteThe InvitedThe
The congregation of First Church of ofChrist otChrist 01 01Christ
Christ Scientist heretofore holding ser services 801Iees sorvices ¬
vices Iees at Scottish Rite Hall having re recently recentl recently ¬
cently centl > bought St Pauls Methodist MethodistChurch MethodistChurch MethodistChurch
Church corner Fifteenth and an R Streets Streetsnorthwest Streetsnorthwest t tnorthwest
northwest will hold their opening ser services sdrvices r rices ¬
vices ices in their new home today toda The Theservices Theservices Th Thservices
services nncl un exercises e erclses will open at atoclock 3 3oclock 3oclock
oclock this afternoon and an interest interesting Intere interesting t tIng ¬
ing program is arranged for the occa occasion occasion occazion ¬
sion sionThe sionThe zionThe
The leading feature will be the pres presence presence prosence ¬
ence of W DMcCracken D llcCracken C S B a amember amembr i imember
member of the Christian Science board boardof boItrdoC bonnof
of lectureship of the mother church In InBoston InBoston ii iiBoston
Boston who will deliver an address aodressLocal a dre88 dre88Local
Local scientists will also give short shorttalks shorttalks L
talks The program will be found foundpleasing Coundplemdng foun I
pleasing to the general suhllc pUb uie lie s well an anpec a ato b bto S
to the Christian ScleiitU If Is ex exI oxpected
pec pectd ted that visitors from Ualtimore 1J ltlmore and andadjacent andadjacent nn nnadjacent
I adjacent cities wllf wil be present and the thepublic thtpublic thi thipublic
public generally are cordially Invited InvitedThe InvltldThe
The Best Specimens of Floral Culture CultureAre CultureAre e
Are Invariably shawn tJjqjfcH qlI The Thehomegrown f pi piIi e ehomegrown
homegrown American Amerlcaq BMlHleB a1l eIJ tola tolaSnrinij aii aiiSprIng 11u 11uSJirln Ii
SprIng SJirln Flowers Flow rs are at tJTelr t l r b Nt t now flow towl2i4
1224 F
Grover Sewing Cotton 200 200yard 200yard OO 2 c
yard spools for forAluminum forAluminum I
Aluminum Thimbles 2 for rorrubular 1C i iTubular I ITubular
Tubular Shoe Laces 44 4 54 4C 4CRnd 4 A c cand Cand
and 64 a dozen dozonXKlntookoovered T TXalneookeovared 1 1Nalnsookcovred
Xalneookeovared Dress Dre Shields
Size SizeA 3 4 4A IApsir
A Apsir ApsirJohn pair So Je 7c 7cJohn 7cJohn
John J 1 Clarks 200yurd 2c OC OCspookM 1 C Cspools
spools Machine Cotton for forEnglish rorEnglish forEngiish >
English Nontwist Tape 6 6pieces I CC CCpieces
pieces plect s to bundle 2 bundle bURd11tK for forMsehine or orA orl J JMachine 5c 5cplect
Machine Needles l all kinds 2 j 1C 1Ca C CShoe
a pap paper paperSites r 2
Shoe Buttons a gross for forBest 5C 25C 5CBast 5Cr
Best Machine II OH 3 bottles re C
5 5SlIkKtoon
for r J JSMkatoun
SMkatoun Crochet Cotton 3 1fC c
ban belts for lO 1U
young oung He has been married twice his histwo histwo histwo
two wives being sisters sisters By Bihe the sflrgt sflrgtwife flrjtwICe 11rt 11rtwife
wife he had two sets s ts of twins all boys boysThey bosThe boysThey
They The are now eight and an twelve years yearsof yearsf oar oaror
of o f age and nd are staying stayingwith with his brother brotherinlaw brotherInlaw brothernlaw
inlaw i in Virginia By his second wife wifehe wICehe wifeie
he l ie first had l1 d twins boys who wlto died Two Twoyears TvJears Twoyears
years ears and onehalf ago the second Mrs MrsWlnebergcr MrsJneberger MrsWineberger
Wlnebergcr Jneberger presented her lier husband with withquadruplets withQuadruplets withqtnulruplets
quadruplets a boy bo and three girls The Theboy Theboy I Ibo
boy bo lived 1Ive < 1 eleven months The girls art aruliving areiving
living l now A week ago Mrs Wlnober Wlnoberger Wineberger Vlnoberger II IIliving
ger who has been ill since the summei summeiwent summer summerwont
wont to the Columbian H
Hospital < lpltal and andgave ant
gave birth to a second set of twins a aboy abo I
boy bo and a girl The boy bo died diedCares diedCares
Cares for Children ChildrenOwing ChildrenOwing
Owing to his wifes continued lllriess lllriessand llhiessand
and his lack of employment Windbcrgei Windbcrgeihas Wlno erger ergerhas
has been compelled to stay at home and andcare andcare andcare
care for his three little twoyearold twoyearoldgirls twoear id idgirls
girls He cooks for them bathes them themand thetnand thetaand
and washes and Irons their clothes cloth s De Despite D Dspite Dcspite ¬
spite the condition of his little frame framehouse tramehouse
house the little girls are as clean as aspins a apins aspins
pins They Thc play pIa about In their fresh freshwhite treshwhl freshwhite
white whl c frocks as happy happ as larks Julia JuliaHelen JuliaHelen
Helen and Sarah are their names namesWineberger namesInebergcr namesWineberger
Wineberger Inebergcr says sas frarikly fr nldy that thatl1 he putb putbthe put1the puththe >
the children above aboYeevQqthJg evtiry evucthingplse thing plser and andis n nIs d
is determined that they the shall be bl cared caredfor cJrealor catretifor
for If he has to starve At the same sametime snmptime sametime
time If some arrangements could be bemade b bmade bemade
made by charitable persons for the care careof careor careof
of the little girls during the day da ana anCWineberger anaIneberger andWineberger
Wineberger Ineberger could be supplied with a set setof setor selof
of tools he could soon make enough enoughmoney enoughmone enoughmoney
money mone to keep his family In comfort
Specimens of o his paperhanging were wereshown wcrtshown woreshown
shown a Times reporter by b neighbors neighborsall nolShboraU
all of whom say sa he Is an excellent work workI workman workman
I man and thoroughly reliable in every everyway eYer eYerwa everyway
way waySaid wa waAUSTRIAN wayA8TIAM
Said to Be Greatly Superior Supe or tor to t All AllKnown AllKnown Al I
Known Types TypesBeing Being Tested Testedby Testedby Testedby S
by Army Bcardi BcardiVIENNA BcadVIENXA BcacLVIENNA
VIENNA Felt 27 27The iTh The director of the theKlagenfurt theKlstenfurt th thiiagenfurt
Klagenfurt School of Engineering in inAustria InAustria ii I IAustria
Austria has nvontud an automatic can cannon curi curinon canno ¬
non no greatly grcatl superior to all li of the known knowntypos kn9wntpus knowitypes
typosStoel tpusStuel typos typesSteel
Steel bronze is largely larIOI used in its con construction construction construction ¬
struction The inventor Herr Schutz SchutzVon SchatzVan C
Von Muhlfort has given Ien a model to the theminister theminister ih S Sminister
minister of war who IK J having It tested teste
by b an army arm board boardNEGRO boardNEGRO boardNEGRO
For the larceny of two camera cumerssvalue cumerssvaluean valuee alu d dat
at t f38 an overcoat worth J30 30 and a suit suitca4e suitCWle aul auleae
ca4e which cost St 6 the property of An Anthony Anth Anthony ¬
thony th > P Morris
Samuel C
was wasScott wassent iva S Ssent
sent to jail for seVE seven > n months by JUdge S
Scott In the Police Court yesterday CJI < terduy
Mr Morris is a aphoto photographer rapher of 1H2 1H 1HI 114Corcoran
I Corcoran Street and Spencer was wa em employed E employcd > m mI
I ployed there as a s porter An additional ddttLonJilI I Ippnlty i in
I n ppnlty inalty of six month months In Jail wa was im 1mpojji
I pojji PO14 on Spencer Iumeer for gtetUing Jlte Jtng fin an urn urnrelit I
fircll hrC relit I worth rth S6 6 from Watson V lsonc C MIle m >
From Twentyeight to Thir Thirtyeight Thirtyei Tliirtyeight ¬
tyeight tyei ht Cents CentsHENS CentsH CentsHENS
But Bu With WithWarmer Warmer Weather Their Per Perverseness Perverseness
verseness Is Expected to toBe toBe toBe
Be Overcome OvercomeThe Overc me meThe
The price of eggs yesterday esterda was nl nlmbst almost a aThbst
most as elusive as the proverbial Irish Irishmans Irlshman ¬
mans man s Ilea for It is almost III most Impossible Impossibleto
to t o uetermine whether the fluctuating fluctuatingcost
I cost c ost was the result of a disagreement disagreementamong di lreement lreementnmong
among a mong local dealers or according to the thegrade thernde therade
grade g rnde rade of product on pn n sale saleVarying saleVurIng
Varying prices were reported Some Somedealers Somedealers Sozn
dealers d ealers asked as much as 38 18 cents a adozen adozen aozen
dozen d ozen Others demanded but 30 O while while2S
28 2 3 cents was the highest price asked by byother byother byther
other o ther local dealers dealersA dealersi
I i A Material Mat rial Drop DropTho DropThe
The latter cost Is a material drop since sincethe sincethe sincehe
the t he beginning of last week when eggs eggswere eggserebrlnging
were erebrlnging ere bringing 40 and 50 cents a dozen dozenand dozenand
and were hard to get even atthat figure figureHens flgureHens flureiens
Hens l iens refused to lay because of the sup supposed supposed
posed determined course of the Weather WeatherBureau WeatherBureau
Bureau to shoot out all the cold waves wavesIn wavesIn wavesn
In I n Its storage stornge house houseThe houseTli houseThe
The Tli weather eather man refused 10 b accede to tothe totho tothe
the wishes of the public So did the thehens thehen thehens
hens hen with the result that he who want wanted wanted wantedeggs ¬
ed edeggs eggs had to go without pretty nearTy nearTyeverything ncar nenry nenryeverything y yeveothlng
everything else Now that the tem temperature temperature ternperature ¬
perature has taken a slight Jump eggs eggsare eggsu
are u e more plentiful plentiCul and can be b had at atreasonable ntreasonable atreasonable
reasonable prices except e cept at a few Wash Washington ush ushInston ¬
ington i ngton groceries groceriesAt groceriesAt groceriesAt
At Their OwnPrices OwnPricesLower Own Prices PricesLOwer PricesL0er
Lower prices prlc 8 prevailed prevall d In the th markets marketsthan mark ts tsthan tsthan
than In the retail grocery stores The Thelatter Thelatter Thelatter
latter usually put their own prices on onsuch onsuch onsuch
such goods and sell tKcnvfor tlicm tor Or thd th same sameThe SnmeThe sameThe
The country countr people who bring bring their theirwares theirares theirwares
wares ares to the th city clt markets make but butsmall butsmall butsmall
small profit and ev even n at the present presenttime prcsenttime presenttime
time when eggs are comparatively comparativelyscares comparativelyscarce comparativelyscarce
scarce some of them are selling at 23 23jgpriis1 23nitsthe S Sa
jgpriis1 a j nitsthe = nti the lowest fow st jjrlce p fce which1 whic has uis been beenknown bCt bCtImown beenknown
known for many man weeks weeksLocal weeksLo weeksLoii
Loii Local Lo l dealers enlers agree agr agree e In saying sa lng that one onecan oneenn onecan
can never tell the pride of eggs egb8 from one oneday oneday oneday
day to the next and vflille they th < y may ma be becheap b bchcnp becheap
cheap today toW they are likely let shoot shootway shootwny shootwny
wny up tip In price by tomorrow tomorrow Nutu Nutuvrally XuturaIl Nuturally
rally raIl it all depends on the hens and andhens undhens andliens
hens are quite as likely to practice per perverseness pervcrsen perverseness
verseness vcrsen ss as the man at the > Weather WeatherBureau WeatherBureau VeatherBurea
Bureau BureauBRAZIL BureauBRAZIL u uBRAZIL
PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPi PHILADELPHIAFeb Feb F b 27 Z7Brazii Z7Braziifor Brazil Brazilfor
for the greater part is a Bibleless BiblelessChrlstloss BlblelessChrlstless BibleiessChristless
Chrlstloss land landThts landThis landThis
This declaration was made mad last night nightby nightby
by b the Rt Rt Rer Lucien Lucl n Lee Klniolving KlniolvingProtestant KlneohlngProtestant KinsolvingProtestant
Protestant Episcopal bishop of Brazil Brazilin BrazilIn Brazilin
in the course of an appeal aPI > enl for mission missionary mlsalonar missionary ¬
ary ar fund fundi before the W VoI1cns omens Auxiliary Auxiliaryof
of Holy Trinity Trlnlt Memorial Clmpol Twen Twentysecond Twentsecond Twentysecond ¬
tysecond and Spruce SpruceSreets SpruceSreetsAdmiral Streets StreetsAdmiral SreetsAdmiral
Admiral Porter Property at Auction AuctionThis AuctionThis AuctionThis
This valuable estate No 1710 H st stnw It Itnw
nw ira Includes over 16000 square feet of ofthe urground 01 01ground E
ground and the old mansion adjolrung adjolrungthe adJoinnthe
the Metropolitan Club property Will 111 be besold besnld b bsold
sold af st pubfc aijctlon atction Monday llondll Febru February Fijruary ¬
ary 111 29 at 430 p I m by Walter D Day Davidce 0 0IdCl Dayidge
idce jr it arid Chopin Brown trustees trusteesthrough trustelSthrou trusteesthrough
through throu h Brown Tolson auctioneers aucl1opeersdesirable A Adeairable i idesirable
desirable location and affords a f1 t rare op opportunity opportunlt opportunity ¬
portunity for investment
2r C 67 7 Matched Sets Choice of Widths J to 4 Inhcs InchesAnother InhcsB
Another noth r tenstrike t nstrJke27OOO 27OOO yards In the lot and nil qf q them choice patterns 2c 2 ayatd IUlUd a y zizd Is Isalmost Isnlmost Isalmost
8 almost half price for the narrowest Br sure surcthcrclI therell be a rush for the wide wd ones on s Wouldnt WouldntIt
It be wise tJs Isc to plan early nrly shopping Store opens at t 8 A 4 K tomorrow tomorroJtchonge change In Inh Inhours hours urs
44Inch French Voile at 75c 75cOf 7 7Of 75cOf
Of woolen fabric fabl cii used for spring gowns French FrenchVoile
I Voile J Is preferred above all In the new arrivals we wehave wtJhave
1 1 have one lot which includes black cream silver and anddove andf anddove
dove gray chnmpasne chnmp gne rcyal navy nay brown und undresddH undre andreseds
f re resddH da which we can offer orrerut at a large saving and 7 7 7 r rnt C CI Cat
nt the very er low price of n yard nrd J
44iiKh Allwool Cheviot in royal royaland royalnnd royaland
and navy nit V blue also all black i t Hr HrInstoad C
instead of We tc the t e price pricetornoriow I iw iwtomorrow
q ql qV
I tomorrow V 1 lij iii iiiPiicstloys TT TTPriestleys
l Priestleys Etamiue and aiidoliqs fc fcVollos
Vollos oliqs in black only onlyquality 5125 125 125quallty UXC UXCquality 9 gc
quality at a yard yardNunsJ yardlllhi5 ard ardNuns
Nuns lllhi5 Veiling rogularly sold at atUUn atIe
6 UUn Ie c a yard nrd A tow ow pieces plec s OAC C
bought undorprlce will be besold besold 3 9 U Usold
sold tomorrow at a yard s
Printed < 1 Satin Foulards loululds50 HO pieces of these and all 23 23Inohus 23iqolius
Inohus wIde A moat excellent range of 0 designs doslS l mostly most1
blUQkandwhlto und nnvyHHUwhlte rThls fhls foulard vc vcgamrantoe W Wtr wegsmrantoo
tr gamrantoe rggll rggllc not c to r8 slip i or rough L up A TKc qual qua 49 A AQC 1C c ci
Ity special a yard yardl r s
Lumber Yard AccessaryTo Accessary
To District BuildingEverywhere BuildingCpnt Building BuildiniiContempt
Cpnt Contempt mpt Everywhere Expressed for Opera OperaBouffe OperaBouffePerformance OperaBouffe
Bouffe BouffePerformance Performance of District Com Committee Committee Cornmittee ¬
mittee on Appropriations
At first sight an imposing building of ofBethel orBethel ofethel
Bethel B ethel white granite within which plans plansof plansoC plansf
of o f government and schemes o empire empireI empirenre
are a re formed for the good of the tl e sov soverelgn sovorelsn soyreign
reign e people On closer examination examinationa
a n lumber yard ard a n vast expanse of logs logsboards lObSboards logsoards
bs boards b and beams making up a unique uniquestage uniquestage uniquetage
stage s br tage from which there arises the din of ofrasplner orrasping ofasping
rasping r saws and the sound of the thesledge thesledge theledge
sledge s and the ax axSuch axSuch
Such will be the view on which the thaeyes th theyes theyes
eyes e yes of the coming generations will gaze gazeIf gazeIt gazef
If I f the clause in the District appropria appropriation appropriation ¬
tion t ion bill requiring that the District re repair revall reair ¬
pair p air shop shall be put in the now Mu Municipal Municipal ¬
nicipal Building becomes a law by the theaction theacUon thection
action a ction or the Senate ana anu the signature signatureof
of o f the President PresidentThe PresldentThe
The facts In the case are briefly brieflystated brieflystated brieflytated
stated s as follows followsThe
I The District Commissioners recom recommended recommended recommended ¬
mended to Congress in their estimates estimatesthat estimatesthat estimateshat
that t hat an appropriation be bemade made to be de devoted devoted dovoted ¬
voted to obtaining a new new repair shop shopand shopand shopand
and lumber yard ard for the District and andthe andthe andhe
the t he explanation was made that about
10000 1 0000 Jiquare i Iuarc < feet of land would be beneeded beneeded
needed for Corthe the purpose The action actiontaken actiontalcen
taken t on the request Was the require requirement rCQulrement requiremont ¬
ment that the shop must must be included in inthe inthe inthe
the iiew rew ihew District Building BuildingAt
At present it appears impossible to togive toglo togive
give this shop anywhere near the space apacenecessary spacenece8jary
necessary If It Is to be put In the sub subbasement slibbasement subbasement
basement of ofthe the new building as a re required required ¬
quired by b the appropriation approprla tlon bill The Theshop Theshop Theshop
shop is used as a storage room for the thelumber thelumber theumber
lumber l and paints that are used by the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District In repairs that thn t have ha e to be made madeIn mndeIn
In I n tho course of the year ear to sohool schoolbuildings sohoolbuildings
buildings police stations flre engine enginehouses enslnehouses enginehouses
houses stables and other other buildings be belonging belonslng belonging ¬
longing to the local government governmentIn goernmeni goernmeniIn
In order to purchase these supplies suppliesof supplhsoC
of lumber and other material as cheaply cheaplyas
as possible It has been the policy In the thepast thep thepast
past p st to t buy them In large bulk After Aftera
a supply for three or six months monthsDOUGLASS < J as asDOUGLASS asDOUGLASS
W v J 1 Douglass Engineer I n lneer of Bridges Bridgesfor Brldgetor Bridgesfor
for tho District has ben ln directed by bythe bythe bythe
the District Commissioners to go to tomany tCtmnny tomany
many of the Western cities for the pur purpose purpose putpose ¬
pose of Inspecting concrete bridge con construction construction construction ¬
struction work He will wiUUSe use the Informa Information information ¬
tion thus obtained to direct the work on onthe on onthe inthe I
the large concrete bridge that tha t Is to be bebuilt bebuilt btbuilt
built across a ross Rock Creek at Connecticut ConnecticutMr ConnecticutA ConnecticutAvenue
A Avenue AvenueMr vcnue vcnuelIr
Mr Douglass tour will take In St StLouis Stc StcLouis StLouis
Louis Chicago Pittsburg Philadelphia Philadelphiaand PhIladelphiaand Philadelphiaand
and such other plaoes on the route as ashe a ahe ahe
he may ma think worth an Inspection In this thisline thisline thisline
line of work The trip will take up upweek p pweek a aweek
week or ten days daysMARRIAGE daysMARRIAGE daysMARRIAGE
William Henry HanoPovell Powell 4S and Mari MariLouise MarieLouise MariLoule >
Louise Ernest 29 29Columbus 19Columbus l9Columbus
Columbus W Yo Gray 20 and Maggie MaggieEdwurds lIaJ1 MaggieEdwards > I IEdwurds
Edwurds 19 19Frank 19Iirank 19Frank
Frank H Edmonds ZI and Hattie C CBorland CBorlRnd CBorlandl
Borland BorlRndJohn1 BorlandlJohn BorlandJohn
John John1 J J Lynno 83 Shenandoah Junctlon Junc Jjinction Jlnctlon
tlon W r Va and Suoie H Lessu S SOakland 5Oakland 5 5Oakland
Oakland Md MdEugene Id IdEugene
Eugene Hosken 24 Easton Pa and andLizzie andLizzie ant I
Lizzie Thompson 22 2 Eland Prince PrinceGeorge PrinteGeorge PrinetGeorge S
George county Md MdV7ILL MdWILL MdWILL
C C B Hunt Engineer of r HIghwayB Hlghw WI for forthe torthe oi oiVie
the District Dlstr t will wfU1eq lea W Washington to tonight tonight ¬
night for an extended tour through throughCuba throughCuba througtCuba i
sI 100 00 Scotch Suiting 69c 69cThis 69cThis
T This Si is another the one 6 df the exceptional bargains bargaiilsin in inIn
In our last big purchase The suitings are In light gray graymedium graymedllun graymedium
medium Bray gnL and blue mixtures fully 1 ly yards yardswide yars yarswide nr s sI
wide I iJL and a real fl l n yorI value While I they last l lastit OC
a yard 6 9C y I
Fine Australian Wool Y 001 Broadcloth Brba BrbadelothISO cloth clothW
W 0 inches wide high luster lusterRegular r fC fCclal
Regular 18 l2 qUIIIt quality Spa Spaclal Spocml 8 9c
clal for tomorrow tornor ow only onl at atStriped atShiped atStriped
Striped Mohairs just the quality qualityfor
for or Shirtwaist Suits In blue blueand blueand blueand
and white and black nnd nndwhite
white effects hOt O < quality qualityspecial QuaUtspeclal qualityspecial 3 9 C
special a yard yardFirst yardFirst nrd nrdFJrst
First lloor fJoorD D Street Annex
Ppintclle Crepe Weave full 42 42indies 42Inhes 42inCIses
indies wide medium lightweight lightweightIn
In the newest colors find md s
fr frSpecial
black Regularltic Regularly c yard urd 6 9 c
Special at at45inch at45iuch Ut45inch
45inch Crepe Egypta in ill fast black blackonly blackonly blackonly
only lightweight and a L fabric fabricthat fabricthat fabricthat
that can be e worn the year yearround f f c
round Regularly 75c iic yard yardSpecial yardSpecial nrd nrdS 5 gc
Special S at
TiT Always the tl Best of Everything for the Least Money MoneyUNDERPRICE MoneyI
I l
Printed Satin Foulards FoulardsEmbracing Embracing a number of ex exclusive CoO oxelusive ¬ I
elusive clusI patterns and In a beautiful line of coleTrlngs col rlngs 01
suitable s ltable for shirtwaist suits or more drossy drua y gowns gOW lf
SvecYal Tweytyfour rwe trour inches wide and a 75c quality qUillt rnc fl C 01 j
Special J a yard urd jV 7 71S
1 1I
1S I 1I I S
may ma be the case has boon secured it is isstored Isstored isstored
stored in the repair shop or the thelumber thelumberard lumbar lumbaryard lumberyard
yard ard adjoining it The shop now In Inus Inuso Inui
us uso ui o Is at 13 3 D Street noar the Baltimore Baltimoreaifil Baltimoreartu BaltimoreS
zulU Ohi6 station
Ohf Tho building proper properhas properhas properhas S
has a floor room of about 2tXX square squarefeet squareteet squarefeet
feet but In addition to 0 this tnore is a alarge alarge alarge
large lumber yard adjoining It which whichIs whichIs whichis
Is pretty well filled at all times timesThe timesThe timesThe
The disadvantage dl adantage of burdening burdenlnt the thenew thenew thenew
new Municipal Building with this tort tortot ort ortof
of thing is apparent Either the shop
in i ii n its new quarters would be entirety entire I IInadequate
inadequate i or else the natural naturalQuence se sequence ¬
quence of events would call for the es establishment establishment esablishmont ¬
tablishment t of a lumber yard 8rd In the therear theronr therear
rear of or to one side of the new
building How a workshop together togetherwith togetherwith
with a heating plant is to be put in inthe Inthe
the t he subbasomcnt subbnsomentthat that is in a base basement bnsement basemont
ment under a first basement bRBemontls Is a prob proboin ¬
lem l oin which will m trouble the Engineering
Department Depnrtm nt of the District government governmentfor
for some time timeWhile timeYhlle
While mutters are at a standstill standstillpending stnndsUUpending standstillpending
pending the action of the Senate th thwork thp thpwork thwork <
work on the plans and specifications specificationsfor
for the District Building has come to toa ton
a stop If thet Senate sees 8e B fit to let the theclause theclause theclause
clause relating to the building stand standas standast as
It i t it all the plans for the structure will willhave wf wfhave
have h ht ave to be gone over from foundation foundationto f undatfon undatfonto
to t o roof The changes called for neces necessitate neccisltate ¬
shInto changing the form of the build bvildinfr bJJdInJt buildbig
big to a sfjuare s unre while the first cal calculations caleulaUonR calc ¬
culations c lations put It In the shape of a arhe aThe V VThe
The requirement that there shall be a anubbasement dfJubhnscment anubbasement
nubbasement to accommodate the heat heatIng heatIng
Ing I ng plant and the worshop will cause causen causea
n total revision of the plans for the theower
lower l ower part of the work and for the ex excavations excantlons oxcavations ¬
cavations cavationsAltogether cantlonsAJto cavationsAltogether
Altogether AJto ther the appropriation bill calls callsfor callsCor callsfor
for 37000 square feet of space that was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not Included In the plans Just arawn arawnup arawnup drawnip
up l ip by the Engineering Department The Theoffice Theoffice Theoffice
office of the Recorder of Deeds will willhave winhuve willave
have h ave to have at least 6000 the Register Registerof
of Wills Ills 6000 the Police Court 16000 16000and 15000and 5000and
and the repair shop 10000 10000OC 10000OC 10000OC
OC all the changes required however howeverthe howeverthe howeverthe
the one cne regarding the repair rePf r shop is re received received toceived ¬
ceived with the most disfavor The TheDistrict TbeDistrIct TheDistrict
District officials and employes do not notseem notseem notseem
seem to relish this Congressional Congressionalcharade Con CongressIonalcharade essfonal essfonalcharnde
charade that might be Interpreted to tomean tomean tomean
mean Take to the tall timber timberEROM timberEROM timberFROM
Leave 1ve of Absence Granted to the Presi Presidents Presidents ¬
dents Nephew NephewLove Neph NephewLeave w wLte
Love of absence has been granted to toLieut tc tcLiout
Lieut Granvllle R Fortesoue the Pros Presidents Prcshttnls ¬ I
ideals nephew who Is one of the aides aideson aideson t
on duty dut at the White House He will willgo willgo witgo 1
go to the Far East and will be a per personal personal persinai ¬
sonal observer obs rver of hostilities on the thejUpnnese theJ1pnnest th thJtpnrest
Jtpnrest jUpnnese We le Lieutenant Li utcnant Fortescue la lahighly 13I j jhighly
I highly popular poPt1 afan and extremely democrat democratic ¬
ic iHef lH Hd was w s one of the Rough Riders Ridersand Ridersand Ridersand
and followed the President in the thecharge thecharge thtcharge
charge at San Juan hill hillKILLS hillKILLS hillKILLS
CHICAGO Fob 27 iAngered Angered because becausehe becausehe becaushe
he thought his wifes atTectien atrectJ n deeper deeperfor deepertor deepetfor
for her son by a previous manage that thnnfor thnfor 1 1for
for himself Frank Lawandowskl cut the thewomans thewomans th i iwomans
womans throat here h re last night and t tdPd tdPdto tci tcito ri l lto
to end his own life In the same me manner
He is not yet et dead but was as taken to a 1 t
hospital in Ina a critical condition conditionNew condltlonNew conditionNew
New Branch at Petworth D C CWant Cya Ctant
Want tant ya t advertisements and subscrip subscr1 ¬
UO tions ls fdr The Evening Eenln and Sunday Sunda I
Tftnos will be received at a t regular of ot ¬
flee rates at the Johnson Drug Co MM 1 1ew
New ew Hampshire Avenue Petworth
Please rIoteGh3ng Note Change In B Biisinss 3 n s3 Hours Beginning Tomorrow TonlorrowOPEl1 Tomorrowts
ts OPEl1 D Daily iIy 800 OOA A M Close 600 P M MExcept WIS
S Except Saturays atur ays 900 P M Mt M MThe
t o
The Busy Corner 8t St t andPa arid Pa Ave
Silk S II k Clftron ClftronStock CI ClZon ClZonStock on onStock
Stock Collar CollarF C 0 I la r
F 1 o u n d atlons atlonsSpecial AUonsSpeelal ationsSpecial
Special at at8c at8c
8c 8
ELECTION LAWS LAWSllongressmen LAWSongressmen
Congressmen ongressmen Interested in inthe inthe in1ie
the 1ie Giles Case Casef CaseTHE CaseTHE CaseTHE
Courts Cannot annot Be Depended D perided Upon to toProtect toProtect toProtect
Protect Negros Rights Unless UnlessFederal UDIesa UDIesaFederal UessFederal
Federal Question Is Involved InvolvedTho InvolvedTho InvolvedThe
Tho decision of the theSupreme Supreme Court Courtin CourtIn Courtn
in i n the Giles case arising from tie 1e e die disfranchising dlsfmnchisIng dieranchising ¬
franchising f of negroes under the consti constitution constitution coast coastution ¬
t tution of the State of Alabama Is In Interesting fnterestlng inerestlng ¬
teresting t those members of Congress Congresswho Congresswho j jwho
who have been Insisting upon a Con Congressional Congressional tOflresslonal ¬
gressional g resslonal investigation of 0 the election electionlaws electionJnws electionaws
laws l aws in the Southern States StatesThey StatesThey StatesThey
They declare that It makes rUdn T n the thenecessity thenecesslt thenecessity
necessity necesslt for Congressional acton and andthat andthat andhat
that t hat the courts cannot be depone devented ed upon uponto uponto upono
to t o Interfere in the matter of protecting protectingthe prote protectinghe < t1nzo t1nzothe
the t he rights of negro citizens In those thoseSouthern thoseSou thoseSouthern
Southern Sou thorn States where they are denied deniedthe deniedhe
i the t he right of suffrage The decision In Initself Intself
i itself i tself Is not criticised crItf c1sed as it Is clearly clearlypointed clearlypointed clearlypointed
pointed out that no Federal question qu tlon is laInvolved isinolOO isnvolved
Involved i In the Giles case aad that thattherefore thatthererore thattherefore
therefore the Supreme Court could not notInterfere notInterfere notnterfere
Interfere i
S Its I s Up to Congress CongressCongressman CongressConsressmen I ICongressmen
Congressman believe be1J te e however howev r that thatthe thatthe thathe
the t he decision
does accentuate the responsibility 10 10sponslbllIty re rosponsibility ¬
sponsibility of Congress In the matter matterand matterand matterand
and and point out that thatthe the only onl relief which whichcan whichenn whIchcan
can be afforded alT rdOO is through action by
Congress They realize that the th courts courtswill courtsfJl courtswill
will fJl not Interfere unless It Is patent that thatsome thatsome thatsome
some Federal question Is involved and ahdthat atJdthat andthat
that the provisions of the Federal Con Constitution Constitution Constitutlon ¬
stitution have been violated violatedThey violatedThe violatedThey
They The agree that there is no way for forthe Corthe forthe
the Interference of the courts unless unlesssuch unlesssuch unlesssuch
such a question Is presented pres nted i Wld nd that
If anything on thIng Is done It will have to be bedone bedon bedone
done don by bJ Congress as the courts cannot cannotbe cannotbe cannotbe
be depended upon to settle the rights rightsof rightsor rightsof
of citizens In the States where the Fed Federal Federal Fedoral ¬
eral Constitution Is not violated violatedNo violatedNo violatedNo
No Plan of Action ActionWhat ActionWhat
What course course will be followed Is not notnow notnow notnowstate
now nowstate stated Those who have favored favoreda J Ja
a Congressional Investigation merely merelypoint znerelypoint merelypoint
point o the fact that the decision decisionclearly decisIonclearI decisionclearly
clearly clearI shows that those who have been beenadvising beenadvIsing beenadvising
advising Inaction and to permit the thecourts thecourts thecourts
courts to decide have no further furthercase furthercaseand case caseand caseand
and that If negroes are to hava the theright theright theright
right of suffrage Congress must Intervene Inter sistervane l1terYene ¬
vane No plan of action has hovever hov ver <
been decided de < lded upon and It Is not likely J
that one will be at least at this sea seasion s sslon seazion
The Senate Sonate has received from the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President the nominations of the rol following fotlowing j
lowing postmasters postmastersArizona postmastersArizonaWJlllam postmastersArizonaWilliam
Arizona ArizonaWJlllam William M u Newell Mesa
Arkansas ArkansasCharles Charles L 1 Jones Junction
Omar N Hawkins Morrlllton
Illinois IJllnoisRobcrt Robert B Thomas Lacon
Iowa IowaA A M lL Loomis Wyonrms Wyo 1 Wll WI
Ham A Crummon Rockwell
Kentucky Kentuck Thomas B Kirxpatriclc I
Hodgenville late Hodgemsvlllej
Michigan MichlganCharJes Charles Quick LowelL Lowell1olIssourlWilUam Low ll
Missouri 1olIssourlWilUam William G Kitchen Bloomi Bloom
field fleldOklahoma fieldOklahomaG fieldOklahomaG
Oklahoma OklahomaG G A Hall OkarVe Okar
Pennsylvania PenMhraniaSylvester Sylvester C St Stut t tit Glen Glenside Glensiae Glenside
side Cyrus E Hippie Consho Conshoocken ocken en
TexasWilliam TeXlsVlJlI Texas William m Reese Fibre Flbret11lJe Till 7111e
In the Interior Department the noml nomlnation n nornination ml mlnation
nation of Rush J Taylor to tj be agent i
for the Indians at Yankton Agency
South Dakota
S t tS
S Domestic DomesticBargains DomesticBargains DomesticBargains
Bargains BargainsSI
SI by X 31ln > in Bleached Sheets made mad of good goodstircuig goodstrfUtg goodatrjsg
stircuig roundthread cotton Sln In hem at top 1ln
hewn at bottom and with double felled felledseam 2 7 JC
J 37U ij ijBate
Extraerdlnary 2 2BolelerCftses
traordlnary value at atBoLer
BoLer Bate BolelerCftses ter Cases 42 4 by 72In iIn our own opecla
Buay B Crn Corner r brand that has sold regularly regularl7eh
at Re c hand torn t and Ironed Tomorrow i f CC
ehc =
eweh Oe1iFirst eh 2 2 > J 5C 5CPlrst
First Floor loor I
300 In the t lot c and the raafrras arc arejust just the ivegftf I needed d for spring wear ar New Newsryles styles that have o o
just been received r celted from the maker They are shown In pretty figured and nd striped designs In all allwhite allwhIte
white llIte whlic with neat nell black designs and nn ann tan Marie with broad stitched pleats to the bust =
large IOrgepuft puff sleeves tab stock finished flns d In pearl p nrl buttons bu tons Some pleated others with French Frenchiback Fr FrenchS nch nchibock
S iback back All sizes szes szesI
= = = = = = =
Values Cannot Be Equaled EqualedWtrwant EqualedWewallt
Wtrwant W wmt to emphasize the impoitfnoe impol trl1ee and advantage of ofa a drwisifiecl drwisifieclthat
stock tock
which to choose lhereos
AS much satisfaction
in as
getting i ir
exceptional values Not eV1r every one likes the he revived btons
13louos IOl8ttS
are not suited to an Jacket
We 0 have all good styles tire preferred b by many
styles in
such a variety ot of effects
that none may rmt look in vain vitinSPRING nln nlnSPRING and fabric J J3n
SPRING SLITS StITSn 3n n a variety of novelty mixtures in brown
Oxford gray gra gradCrg
dCrg anfit l gre n designed
ed collarless rl ejft jaektts sf lined J i in guaranteed nted In doublebrwist d satin b Skirts 12 g p 0
P I 98
I are out ut igore tla flah a
SPRING SUITSIn two styles Ie
One with jth loose pleated double
bre br breseted at8d ted with belt velvet chet nnd
fancy lanc braid trimmed the other
in doublebreasted tightfltting
collarless trimmed in military milltar
style tIB Skirts are 0 > < O r Tk
ina1 In antI latest flare flureantI flareanfl 1850 18 5 0
SPRING SUITSIn SUIrS In Efon styl stylwith stylwith style j jwith
with cape over shoulders fun fuUsleeves funIoees tWIsleeves
sleeves with Uh cuffs fancy tab and andbutton andbutten atilutto
button utto a trimmed trfn1ined These suits art artof anor artof
of fancy mixtures mixturesand C > tf rs 7 f ° I
a and d have pleated pleatedskIrts pleatedskirts 1 B U 0 7 5 I
skirts I s a mJ I
29c 3VIATTINGS 3VIATTINGSMattings MA TTINGS 19c 19cOur 9c 9cI
Our Own IJew Importation ImportationMuttiugS ImpGrtationMattillgs
Mattings will ill be b bneeded needed from now flo on and at the bargain pribe Prfe pre quoted
tomorrow will be a good ood time to buy bu
Those Mattings are now fresh stock tock and Imported d1rct dl ct b by us 1i
from rromJapan rromJapanThe rota Japan JapanThe 4
to these The vrlee19ols 1Iattlngs 1903 JUSt for one day in order to 9sM n spocialeuenUon poclnl illtiflntion ni + > ntlon ntlonBy
By importing thorn ourselves we Q get o liner fln r quality CluaU j uW Yo nA nAfl EA t
carpet cnrp t patterns that ar U are r8 novel no ol anil an aniw a w thfi thiP season sMsonand and iiiI > fl >
not notbehttd be had olsewhero TIJ B r
Colors are bluet bluabT blue 1 9 I
grean Qn and rod 1 1J I 4 I 9
And ntl the
J price tomorrow a 8 yard tlrd

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