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THE WASHINGTON TIMES MO rnnaV jAY SEPTEMBER 26 r yarn 5
HELD FOR PASSING PASSINGSalvation PASSINGs I
s WORTHLESS 4 4Salvation CHECKS CHECKSSalvation
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Salvation Army Agent In InHospital InHospital inHospital
Hospital Suffering S ffering From FromAlcoholism FromAlcoholism FromAlcoholism
Alcoholism AlcoholismVItia j jWith I
With several enJ charges chars of p passing passingworthies puIIIDortJaleu eatng eatngworthktts
worthies checks pending peDAI against againsthim apJDSthim againstt
t him Dr Charter W Xe Ie < < alias Dr DrCharie DrCharIe8 DrCharles
Charles W Will formerly > feeEl feeElagent s al alagent 1 1ag
agent ag at of t the America Salvation SalvationArmy S1vaUOBAnay SalvationArmy
Army of Washington W is held at t the theWashington UteWashba theWashington
Washington Washba < < tea Asylum AQI Hospital await awadtlug awaiting awaitIng ¬
ing a time when he shall have suf sufficiently Afc1enuy sufficiently ¬
ficiently recovered from illneas III to appear ap appear ¬
pear in Police Court for a preltaduarJh3r1 prelhntnaryheariu6 preliminary preliminaryhearing
hearing hearingKeff h3r1 h3r1Xeff heariu6Neff
Keff was placed under er arrest by 1 y De Detectives Detectives e etectives ¬
tectives Springmaa Weedon and Bur Burlingame Bwrlingame Burlingame
lingame as he was standing staadl on the thecorner tlMCQrner thecorner
corner of Pennsylvania avenue av ue a fad fadThird JMI JMIThird d dThird
Third street thus U putting < < aa end tn tna tna toa
a watch which the police J OlJee have ve kept keptfor keptfor keptfor
for him for some e time He was WIL fault faultlessly I8Allt1f83Jy fasitlessly ¬
lessly attired in I a frock coat and andhigh sadhigh ad adhigh
high hat and protested prote tecl loudly and andIcng aMlcng andlong
long when placed under IID er arrest On Onbeing OalUg O0being
being lUg taken to headquarters and ft in interrogated IAterrogate hiterrogated ¬
I
terrogated by Inspector BoardmAa BoanIMflBagala Boarde Boardeagain he hea
a pain again protested that he was Inns lJUMeeftt lJUMeefttand inuoeeatand cent centand
and thai he e had not < p passed ed the theworthless tINwortlea thewort
wort worthless ices checksClam checks checksClsiae ks ksClaims
Claims Clam Arrest Outrage OutrageIn
In his pocket pocket were w re found a number numberof aulterot
of wbat are known as counter eooaterchecks counterchecks eouaterchecks
checks which he had b evidently col collected 001l collected ¬
l lected tecl from various banking king concerns concernsin COJlCelJNIin
in the city and which whlehthe the police claim claimhe clhRhe claimhe
he was tooMUng to use e at some future futuretime futuretime futuretime
time a as he did the others which he hehad hehad hebad
had already cashed cashedHis caabeclHis cashedHis
i
His method they say Y wa W8 to pur purchase purcha8 purchase ¬
chase a bill of good tender a check checkfor ebeKfor cheekfor j
for them the amount of the checx checxtoeing ebecMCloting + c cteeing
toeing slightly more than the value T ue of ofthe orthe ofthe
the goods 004Is and th t thea eJI n walk off 0 < < with thechange the thechange thecha
change cha e This Jflf stoutly denies del eM
however h owr and d claims cla me that his bl arrest arrestis arre arrestis t tIs
is an outrage oat e any ami that he is th thscion the thfoEeion thescion
scion of one of th t best ae t known and andmost aBC aBCDlost andniost
most prominent fantilics fa nlliea of New
York YorkIn YorkIn YorkIn
In addition to the efeerks b found in his hispockets hispo hispockets
pockets po < k there were two letters of identi identification IdentiSscation ¬
fication 1 from fro the American Salvation SalvationArmy SalYationArmy SalvationArmy
Army saying that Dr 2eff was an ac accredited accrPdited accredited ¬
credited agent age t of theirs and Itd was aa there therefore therefore therefore ¬
fore fully empowered empowel ta collect money
t for the cause causeThe eatmeTheJJOliee causeThe
The TheJJOliee notice do o not think that t t he ap appropriated appropriatM appropriated ¬
propriated any of the SfelvaUoa Army Armymoney Armymoney Anayrno
money rno but that be merely passed Ma8Mdvorth1ea8 some someworthless son e eworthless
worthless cheeks preferrimj pref to get getmoney letmoney et etmoney
money in this manner mannerEaptoyed mannerE aJUMrEapi4t
E Eaptoyed Eapi4t > pyed As CtBecter CtBecterInquiry C CeifecterInquiry ecter ecterIDqutry
Inquiry at the office of the American AmericanSalvation A ASahatioa AmericanSahatiox
Salvation Army brought t to Ifeht the
fact fa t that Dr XenT efC bad been employed employedthere empIoyedthere
there for some time as a collector from fromprivate frompriate fromprirate
private houses and lid that he had been beena I eea eeavery
a very good and apparently honest boniestworkerbut 1IoIteKworker1HIt honestworker
worker worker1HIt but had been discharged about aboutmonth atMMKmoath abouta
a month ago for forIt drinking drinkingIt
It Is s the opinion there that he was wasunable wasunable wasunable
unable to find other work and took to tothe tothe tothe
the passing JJS8 It of worthone checks as an aneasy aaeaay aneasy
easy method of making a ttvhtg JJvIn JJvInHis < <
His case will be heard I in the Police PoliceCourt PotleeCourt PoliceCourt
Court Courtleave as soon as be Is well enough to toJeae toleave
leave the hospital as be is suffering sufferingnow su sunow < <
now from the effects e < < eetJI of his hJ recent excursion ex excursion excurslomr ¬
cursion in the t land of alcoboL alcoboLAccording aJcoboLeordl aloohoLAccording
According eordl to the statement at head headquarters heedquarters ¬
quarters quartt > rsNeIC Keff Las passed five checks la lathe lathe isthe
the past JaIIt month for t amounts 1 lilts lilts1rom rasping
from 9 II to 2fc > and they say r1JIM r1JIMIs that tbere tbereIs rnereis
Is no doubt that he Is i the on ODe who whowrote whowrote whowrote
wrote and passed the bogus checks checksEPILEPTIC checkEPILEPTIC checksEPILEPTIC
EPILEPTIC VICTIM VICTIMRECOVERS VICTIMRECOVERS VICTIMRECOVERS
RECOVERS FROM FIT FITWilliam FITmiam FITWilliam
William miam Lipsconi 0 of 15G9 1 Ninth th streetnorthwest street streetnorthwest t t tTorthw
northwest Torthw who was a picked up 1J1 on the thestreet the5t thestreet
street 5t last ntebt suiterlng suU from fJOIR an II epi epileptic epi1eptlc eplIeptk ¬
leptic fit and Tho 00 was taken tak t 10e tb tbCau the tbeea theCaua
Cau ea ty t Hospital H epkaI i was sufflcie untlcituUr tty re recovereil reco recovered
covered co 1 thiS morninc to be discharged dischargedfrom dl8charedfrom dischargedfrom
from the theLi bo hospital hospitalLpecom pital pitalUpHcom
UpHcom Li om said he had been b ea subject to tofit to1it tofits
fit fits of this kind bet that be had ha4bad not nothad sotbad
bad one for a long timeUNIDENTIFIED time timeUNIDENTIFIED t tUNIDENTIFIED
UNIDENTIFIED NEGRO NEGROSHOOTS NEGROSHOOTS NEGROSHOOTS
SHOOTS SOLDIER SOLDIERHAMPTON SOLDIERHAMPlOX SOLDIERHAMPTON
HAMPTON Va Sept 2S 25D 5 D TJames T TJames TJames
James aged a ed twentysix an artillery artilleryman artilleorDlan artileryman ¬
man attached at bed to the Flfiyeighth FlfiyeighthCompany Fiye FiftyetghthCompany htb htbCompany
Company at Fort Monroe was shoe shoedown shotun ho hoona
down ona and fatally injured jured by a as asknown It un unknown IIRknown ¬
known negro in i the early hours of ofthe ofhe ofthe
the he morning morningiaines morJlJI morJlJIjame mornnglames
lames was returning retraID from a keg kegparty keftr kegPart
party r was s peaceable le and can canThe gtvej t tI
wasfrom sf from nc ncand ri bullet i
no reason rasc rascpenetrated from f the act The bullet bulletjHnetrated
I penetrated etrated James aide just under the ththeart > 1 1h
wart heart h art ranged downward and vd lodged lodgedin I IIn ed edin
in the liver liverAn liverAn liverAn
An operation was perforated by D te tefort thefort
I
fort surgeon but b t little hope is held heldt heldalt
alt t for his recovery recoveryWORK recoveryWORK recoveryWORK
WORK FOR HOME HOMEWays HOMEWayS HOMERays
Ways of maintaining the Workmans WorkmansCircle WorkJDaDSCircle WorkmansCircle
Circle Sanatorium at Liberty N T Twhich Twh Ywhich
which wh Ich has been in existence exi teaee seven sevenmonths eYeRmonths
months were discussed by delegates delegatesrepresenting dekaatesrepresenting tes tesrt
representing rt > sixteen branches of the thecircle thecircle thecircle
circle from the District Maryland M land and andVirginia andVirginIa andVirginia
Virginia The meeting hM h > Id yesterday yesterdayvras
was s presided prf jdfd ver Er by I L Isad re r Bern Bernstein Btrnstein Bernstein ¬
stein chairman h rmm rf ro tie rIstrirt of Co Columbia Columb Columb ¬
lumbia lumb z committee cmnmttEfIk commi tee
Ik
FROM FR M GREENLANDS ICY MOUNTAINS MOUNTAINSMUST MOUNTAINSMUST
MUST BE KEPT KEPI IN HYMNAL IS CRY
Churchmen Protest Against AgainstElimination AgainstElimination AgainstElimination
Elimination by Special SpecialCommittee SpecialCommittee SpecialCommittee
Committee CommitteePretests
Pretests from every section S Ctton or f the thecountry Uteeoatry thecountry
country against the recast action at theMiooten theMI the titsMission
Mission MI IeR Hymnal Commission COM of the theProtestant theProte theProtestant
Prote Protestant taDt Episcopal EpI cop1 Church which or ordered ordered ordered ¬
dered that th the famous missionary mte ionary hymn hymnFrom aJaBFr hymnFrome
From Fr Greenlands Icy Mountains W Weliminated WeltmlDated bdeliminated
eliminated from the revised hymnal hymnalwill hyJlUllwill hymnalwill
will be presented pre eated before the Episcopal Episcopalgeneral Epi Episcopalgeneral eopI eopIgeDell
general geDell convention which convenes at atCincinnati atCiRCtDltati atCincinnati
Cincinnati Ohio on October 5 next nextThe JHkXtTbe notThe
The fight to save M tM e hymn 7JIIMI which has haskeen fagbeen u uDeea
keen sung for ninetyone year 7 bymis bymisaioimrteg 1 bymissbnaries y JaJ JaJries
aioimrteg ries in all parts ec r the world worldpromises WOItdMOIJII worldpremises
promises MOIJII e to he a stubborn stn and IMI bitter Mtterone lIkutrORe bitterone
one oneIt OReIt oneIt
It is en the ground that t t the hymn hymntend Jtmftte hymntend
tend te to inspire i plre the Christian Cln18 11R student studentwith 8Uldentwtih studentwith
with the beauties of nature rather than thanthe Uaanthe thanthe
the alines alh of God that the hymnal hymnalcommission hylftlUllCOlftIftl hymnalimleon
COlftIftl commission imleon km recommends nteDdS that it be re removed reed removed ¬
moved ed from the revised revt ed tone book bookOther boOkOther bookOuter
Other wenknown hymns also fell under underthe 1tft4Ierthe underthe
the ban of the commtosioa COl Lit h II for the same samereason MJDeJeIUJOII seinereason
reason and Ad in t the e Aght that will be 1 bemade e emade
made to have From Greenlands Icy IcyMountains IcyXovataJ IcyMountains
Mountains XovataJ returned to tee old place placethe placeUte placethe
the cause of several other hymns ayBI B also aloewip alsowtti al8ewftI
wtti be pleaded pleadedAmong pleadedAmong pleadedAmong
Among the other hymns Jay that the com commission eomJaIMIon commission
mission reported have outlived their theirusefulness tbetrUllettlIaes theirusetulnese
usefulness are Christian CM1 tIaD Doest ThouSee Thou ThouSee TbotISee
See Them A Christ Chri t Whose Who e Glory doryFills GloryF1IIs GloryFills
Fills the Skies I Love Thy KingdomLord Kingdom KingdomLord KIDgdomLord
Lord O Love Divine That Stooped to toShare toSbare toShare
Share Our Blest Redeemer Eer He HeBreathed HeBreathed HeBreathed
Breathed The Kingdom x of Love My MyShepherd MyShepherd y ySbepberd
Shepherd Is and Thou Hidden Love Loveof
of 0 God GodWltlilt GodWithin
Within the ranks of the thecburch Episcopal Episcopalchurch Episcopalchurch
church the action of the hymnal com COIQPROMINENT cornSmoot
PROMINENT FIRM FlRiGHANGESPERSONNEL FIRMCHANGESPERSONNEL
GHANGESPERSONNEL GHANGESPERSONNELSmoot
SmootPROMiNENT Jelleff J eIle ellef Will Succeed Succeedth Succeedthe j jthe
the th SmootCoffer SmootCofferV SmootCofferCompany i iCompany
V Company I
Of interest interestdec t not only in ll = = es ek ekdes eteeies
dec but to ahH7e a iarlte contingent COIttbl eat of the thejshoppim UteIs riteshopping
shopping pubMe is the attnouBccment attnouBccmenttoday ausoaacemunttoday allRIUltUMenCtoday
today of a change cD wMeh will be madete made
te the name and policy of one of F Fstreets Fstreets Fstreets I
streets principal stores Beginning to tomorrow tomorrow ¬ i i18OITOW
morrow the Ht arm formerly f known DOWB as asthe asthe I
the SmootCoffer Company will be beknown BeWJI beknown
known WJI as Smoot Jetten JettenBoth JefeffBoth 1eIIeBoUI < <
Both in 1 accord cord with a new policy of ofprogressivenese ofIIO ofprogresslveness
progressivenese IIO < < re Mvene s and ad in order to house housethe beaeethe housethe
the extensive exte slVe fall stock brought here hereby hereby boreby
by the Arm the More has tiz urnfogone 1I urnfo
gone a a complete renovation reDO atIon s being new 0eurh newly et etJy ¬
ly arranged IUT throughout throughoutTheeo throughoutThemetand L LTIteeoetaM
TIteeoetaM Theeo tand suit department dap rtmnt ha hag OJ b bgreatly beat beatgreatly t tgreatly
greatly enlarged en1 ed and wW b 1 be e revolotion revolotioned rnoI revolatfonhod doIt doItiBed
iBed ed this t IB fall by the acquisition a of an ex extensive extensive extenaive ¬
tensive stock of o the famous Woottex Woottexsuits WooItexsuIb Wooltexsuits
suits coats and skirts To inaugurate inauguratethe I te
the advent of the WooKex suit which whichthe wblchthe whichthe
the Arm tl m will handle exclusively in inWafchtcgton InWa Inwashtrgtof
Wafchtcgton Wa Ia it has been Dee decided to tomake toJllke tomake
make this Woottex Woolt x week at the store storeNot atoreot storeNot
Not ot only 0111 wifl every woman who visits visitsthe vttttlte visitsthe
the store he given an II opportunity to tolearn toJeana tolearn
learn the latest Jate t wrinkles te fashion fa8bioltaIIoWJI as assWown asshown
shown by the wooltex garment but she shetalk shemay shemay
may have ine tM advantage of a fa fashion fashiontalk kMt kMttalk
talk delivered by the famous style expert ex expert expert ¬
pert Madame Savarie SavarieMadame SaYrieSaY8rie SavarieMadame
Madame Savarie wW be at the t e store storethroughout steetblOUbltout storethroughout I
throughout the week and will have havewith havewith havewith
with her mo models data from such s = great houses houocgas
as Worth Dreootl Pa Poems Mite and others othersA
A number e of c attractive ttlad e young girls girtswill girlswill girlswill
will wear these tAe e models for the benefit benefitof bene It Itof
of the women who gather to inspect inspectthem inspectthem inspectthem
them and they will be shown side by byside byside byside
side with the Wooltex suits suitsMadame suitsMadame suitsMfdame
Madame Savarie will w 1 dettver del er two dally dailytalks dallytalks dallytalks
talks on fashions fa io s during artng each day of ofthe oCUte ofthe
the week She will speak at 11 oclock oclockin clock clockis
in the morning and ad 44 445 In II the afternoon afternoonThose aftemeonTItose afternoonThose
Those who attend her talks are also alsoinvited a aiDvlted alsoinvited
invited to inspect laspecttbe the complete stocks stocksof
of 0 coats suits laces aces dress trimmings trimmingspattern trlmmins8ttem trimmingspattern
pattern 8ttem robes and lid silks which the thestore thestore thestore
store is displaying dt8p1ai this fall fallINDIANAPOLIS fallINDIANAPOLIS
I IOF
INDIANAPOLIS HOST HOSTOF HOSTOF
OF PENOLOGISTS PENOLOGISTSJXDIAXAPOLIS PENOLOGISTSIXDIAAPOLIS I IINDIANAPOLIS
INDIANAPOLIS Ind Sept 2 2iThe 2iThedelegates 26Thedelegates The Thedelegates
delegates to the international prison prisoncongress prisoneoD prisoncongress
congress eoD s who are touring the country countrypreliminary countrpeUmlnary countrypreliminary
preliminary to beginning 1 their sessions ses sessions sespions ¬
sions in Washington I P > C CL next week weekarrived weekaTi weekarrived
arrived aTi ed in Indianapolis s this morning morn morning mornins ¬
ing and spent the t e day Inspecting tht thtrelonratorles th thcourts
courts rci1ice statlI < asyIuls and andrdo1Iator1es andreiorrnatares
relonratorles in this ct city c
Famous Hymn That Jsr the theCause theCause I
Cause o of Controversy ControversyKrom ConFrover ConFroverFrom
From Greenlnndn Icy mountains mounlnjnProm mountaJnKFrom mountainsProm
Prom IndIa coral strand tttrandTiere strandhere strandWhere
here AfrIca sunny 811nn fountainsRoll fountainsRoll fountains foantalnsRoll
Roll doi down > n their golden olden sand sandKrem JIiJnd JIiJndFrom sandFrom
From many nn ancient river riverFrom rlerFrom ricerFrom
From many a palmy plain plainThey plainThe plainThey
They The call us to < o deliver deliverTelr delhcrThefr delh cr crTheir
Their land from errors chain chainWhat chaInhat chaint1hat
What hat thoiiKh the spicy pIc breezes breezesBlow lireezeitAnd lreezeBlow
Blow soft oer Ceylon Isle IsleThough
I Though rliou h every prospect pleases pleasesAnd
And only jnnn Is vile rileIn TIltIn vileIn
I In vain in with lavish kindness kfodnexiiThe klndn kindnessThe JIII JIIIThe
The gift gifts of God are drown fttrovrafhe IftrOTDJhe drownihe
fhe heathen In his hi blindness blindnessflown hllndneasOTK blindnessMows
flown OTK down to wood ood nnd atone BtoueCan stOltCan atoneCan
Can we whose bolle souls are lIhfedHit lighted liRhfedAMth lightedt
AMth t Hit wisdom from on high hlehCan hlhCan highCan
Can we Te to men benighted benightedThe bcalhtedIJJe benightedThe
The lamp of life denyf denyfSalvation deayfSahatfoD denyfSaidatlon
Salvation 0 salvation xnlvatlonHa HuhaUonThe salvationThe
The Joyful sound proclaim proclnlmTIn proclaimTill
TIn each remotest nation nationlIa nationline
Ha line learnt 3IcisIahM Xame XameVaft Xnmeaft ame ameWaft
Waft aft waft y ye e winds Ills story storyAna storTIADd storyAnd
Ana you ye e water utcr roilTilt roll rollTill rollTIll
Till ir irIt like a Ken of glor glorIt glory gloryIt
It npreada froi froiTill from pol pole to pole poleTIll poleTill
Till oer our ransomed nature natureThe nutureThe natureThe
The Lamb > for sinner sinners slain nlalnIledceiacr IIlalnJtetleemer slainIedeemer
Iledceiacr Kin In Creator CreatorIn
In bliss return to reIgn relgamtasicn reIgnB reignmisefcn
mtasicn B IIlIIIk n has met with protest prttt t that thatfound has hasfound liasfounc y
found its way into the columns eohI of o oChurchman the theChurchman theChurdunan
Churchman one of the church period periodicals perIodlCIs periodcats ¬
cats The following letter characteris characteristic ¬
tic of others that have been printed priutedfrom printedfrom te tefrom
from the current numberSir number numberSir numberSir
Sir It is reported that there thereHERE has has00IEETII s sAERO
AERO 00IEETII MEETING HERE HEBEFQDAiTEISOK HEREFOR HEREr
FQDAiTEISOK FQDAiTEISOKProgram FOR AMATEURS ONU ONUProgra ONLProgram r
Program Will fill IncludFlights Incl InclFlights Include IncludeFjg e
Flights Fjg ts By ByFour Four Local LocalAviators LocalAviators LocalAviators
Aviators
Ax amateur aviation a i tSn meet at College CollegePark CJe CJePrk Co11egPark e
Park und under r the auspices of the Aero AeroScte Aer AerScioURc o i iScle
ScioURc Scte ttftc C Chub tb from October O telter 10 1 to 2t 2eseems 2tseen I Ie
seems seen e t tAt day fLT te be the only aero meet meetwAich ranee raneewhich I
which wJ elt is to be held In WashlJ1 Washington Washingtonthis on
this fall fallAccording fallAeenltag fallAccording I
According to t President Young ot oftbs i
th t tbs club ela Yeagle Fex have withdrawn with withdrawn wlthdra ¬
drawn dra wa from the field and will give gh givethe I IUte
I Ithey
the amateur meet whatever supportthey support supportthey
they eanx eanxThe eaa eaaThe ensThe
The dab ci b isnow seeking the indorse indorsemant Indorsement
mant t e of f the Chamber Chaa ter of Commerce Commerceand Commerceand
and a meeting of the executive ex4tCU ve com committee committee ¬
mittee may be called IB l a few days dtL to tocoosidor tocua touser
cua user lcll r this tJai action actionThe aettoRThe actionThe
The program for the amateur meetas meet meetas 1IIe t tas
as outlined today tb t William F Gudepresident Gude Gudepresident Guderr
president rr Dt of the Chamber Cham Iter of Commeree Com Commerce Commeree ¬
meree includes laelu es nights by four local localmen localmea localibex
men and aD by threee others from New NewYork NewYork ew ewYork
York Philadelphia and Norfolk The TheWashington TheWaahiJtgr TheWashington
Washington men who are scheduled scheduledto i
to fly are oRHert Moore John A Smnidley Smld Smldley SnddJe o
ley Je Rexfird Rex lrd M Smith and Harry HarryOrme HarryOrme HarryOrme
OrmeThe Orme OrmeThe OrmeTIM
The club is alf ales t negotiating neietlatJag with withCaptain withCaptalA withCaptain
Captain Baldwin BaJ iR the professional professionalaviator profe88lonalaTtator profeealonalaviator
aviator trying trytn to secure eeUr aim for a aseriec aof aseries
series of nightsThe flights tightsTIM
The grounds at College Park which whichwere whichwere hlch hlchwre
were under option to Teagle Fox Foxand FoxJI Foxand
and JI those which were leased by t te teAero tieAcre > e eAero
Aero Scientific ntlAe Club which will ad adJoin a4n adJoin
Join n e ee eack ea other will w1 t both botJt1Ieecl be used as 8 8site asite a asite
site for the flying exhibitions An Aninclosure AnraJKltaIHl AnInclosure
inclosure and grandr raJKltaIHl and are to be beerected i ierected
erected at once onceC i iAT j I
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Cincinnati Will Be Scene Sceneof Sceneof Sceneof
of a Batlleean Battle
> ean II rejection reJecU of the dear old hymn hymnFrom hymnFrOM hymnFrom
From Greenlands Icy Mountains by bya bya bya
a committee eOIl nlttee on II a iBew Episcopal EpIeoo 1 mis missionary DIIssIoauy missionary ¬
sionary hymnal because of its personi persoalfioatiens personineations
neations of nature The hymn which whichhas whlckaS whichliar
has aS been wafted over the earth t was waswritten as aswritten I
written for a missionary service before beforeat beforeBishop Gore GoreEt
Bishop Et itop Reginald HeDer went to India Indiaat I
at the request of his fatherinlaw fathernlawDean fatherinlawDean
Dean De Shipley of St Asapbs oa a Sat Saturday StttbeCore Saturday ¬
urday before the service S nlee mentioned mentionedIf
If appeals to nature to worship wors ip God Godre 00 Codare < <
I
ae re improper what of t the glad Bene BeneAfette Benete Benedkits
Afette te where the Lords works waters waterssun watersII waterssun
sun II moon wind wiator and lid summer summermountain sttllJUHtrIttalR summermountain
mountain IttalR and hills Idtt seas se s and Heedsfowls floods floodsfowls hedIJrwIs
fowls and cattle are appealed to Wee biesotfre W Wthe ass I IUte
Ute Lord IordTh IorcJTIt Lordme
Th me thirteenth tAlriee tb verse of the sixty stxtyHfth IIhlyafllt sixtyNith
Hfth Ps Psalm represents the valleys cov covered efIVere41 covered ¬
ered with grates as shouting and aR < < l sing singtag sInghis singlug
tag and ad the twelfth verse ver the hills are arerepoizing arerepoiziag arerepsfziag
repoizing la the sixtyninth Psalm P Psalmsees allll the thesea tileaB4I
sea sees and the moving things in them are areadjured a aadjured re I
adjured to praise praI e theLord theLordGood the Lord LordGood LonIGood
Good Bishop B abop Heberhad Heber had divine piece precedent piecedent ¬
dent for his sacred imagery imageryTwo iMe4errTwo imageryTwo
Two members of the commission COIInI MIOII hat thacrevised t trevised hatthe I Irevllted
revised the hymnal have died since sincemeeeings the themeetings i
meetings These are are al th < Rev Dr Willlaau Wll Wllttam WUlaM
laM R Huntmgtonrand Hllllttagtea aDCl George CThom CThomas C Thom Thomas ¬
as of Philadelphia PaThe Pa PaThe
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The other members are Bishop Cort Cortlandt CortI CortIJaJMlt
landt Whitehead WbU M < < of f Plttsburg Bishop BishopJames 1 11fUIMS
James Henry HeIIr Darlington DarKn < < toD of H Hthe HarxMburg HarxMburgthe
the Rev Dr Alfred Harding of Wash Washington W WD Washhugto0 ¬
ington D C the Rev Dr J JHodEes Sebastian SebastianHodges SebaadnHo
Hodges Ho Se of r Baltimore the Rev T Carrolland Carroll CarrollX
X Davis D YI of St Louis Mo George GeorgeWharton GfOIteWharton
Wharton Pepper of Philadelphia and andR and IHt IHtR
R C Preys PruynNICARAGUAN PnJnNICARAGUAN PreysNICARAGUAN
NICARAGUAN EXILES EXILESARE EXILESARE EXILESARE
ARE SHOT ON TRAIN TRAINLiberals TRAINLiberals TRA TRALiberals IN
Liberals Attack Car Bearing Former FormerPresident FormerPresident FormePresident r
President Cardenas and andOthers andOthers andOthers
Others OthersMANAGtA OthersA OthersMANAGTA
MANAGtA > > A GtA Nicaragua Sept SeptWhile s sWhIle 24While
While on their way to Corinto in a spe special special ¬
cial train former t President Pre llent Card Cardand Cardenas Cardenasand CarieaesaJICl sass
and other prominent pro dlt8ftt Conservative Coo ervatlYe exPee ex exAes x xIUnOnc
Pee amonc them many women womenattacked were wereattacked WCNattaclc
attacked attaclc at Leon L oa R by XX 1M Liberal L1 > shout shoutinc sbOuliIu stoutbsc
inc Death to Estrada Chaniorro C DICKTO Cardeans Car Cardenas Cardeaas ¬
deans and ar the other Conservatlvs ConservatlvsThey COftH ConservatlreeThey ryatl > N Nftre
They fired ftre upon the train and t the pa paearers pItrJ pItrJen paosetsgees 4
earers en answered the fire No Co c on OM onethe on onthe oatlte
the train way w < killed but several sev ral were wererfishtly y
slightly 1 hUy injured amon among them Gen GenRichard GeaRichard
Richard Sussman the acttas 8t Xlcara Xlcaraguan NIcuBJUn Icata Icataguns
guan consul at 2 xw Uw 4W Orleans
Tl riA riAThese 8lJJY 8lJJYThese
These bargains in small sm 11 type typehave typeHyebeen typehave
have Hyebeen been prepared for Tuesday TuesdaywHh Ttiesdkywith Tuesdaywith
with the t e sole purpose to bring brlBgbi a abig abig
big bi crow cro crowd to ttvery very1 ery deparment deparmentRead deparmentRead
Read every line for or you will sureT sureTly sure surely sur sury
ly y find some need in the list that thatcan thatcan thatcats
can be supplied at a big saving saving29c sadD sadDIc savingsec
sec Ic Nainsook Corset Covers Caverslnc Caverslnc1b 38c 19cU
125 U Lonsdoth Princess SlipsSTc SUp Se Gcmac
mac 2 c lar large e Net Shopping Bags + alcc alcciec ISc IScMe
Me Steel St l Manicure Scissors ScissorsMimes i8 ors 23c 23cMlssec c cXI8
Mimes XI8 eo and Childrens Long
Kimonos OSc OScBoys fScBoys OScBoys
Boys 7 7fc c Corduroy Corduroy Pants Pantsnec PantsnecBoys J 8e 8eBoy c cBoys
Boys n I and 2 Felt Hats Hats4Sc Hats4ScNew 4Sc 4ScXew IScNew
New Persian Dutch Collars CoIlarsc CoIlarscWomen CollarsWomens 25c 25cWomens
Womens le 1 c Enbr EII Embroidered rel idered ered Linenbee Linen
Collars 12V I c cfic cik
bee Rhlte blte Washable Wa lJle Lace Veils Vells33c Vells33cGirls 33c 33cGirls 33cGirls
Girls Flannelette Panamas ° ajamas4Dc ajamas4DcChildrens 40c 40cChildrens 4DcChUdens
Childrens Flannelette Petticoats25c Petticoats25c12c PetUcOts PetUcOtsUc
12c yard wide Sflkolines 7c 7c5c he heik c cSec
5c Sateen I LambreSuiasnc LambreSuiasncb9c ambre > < uins 2 Dc c
5c 5 > c Tapestry Tape try Table Ta1 1e Covers CoversG CoversG1i1 Wk
15 1 1i1 Tapestry Couch Covers Corersncc Corersnccibc 5 9Sc 9Sclie > Sc Sc6c
lie 6c Feather B Bbd ff d Piltows Pillowsxnc Pillowsxnc2e 33c 33c2M e eI
2e 2M I Framed Pictures l > many sub ub b
jects DSc oscMens DScKeRs DScMens
Mens 12e pure Linen Hand ¬
kerchiefs three for 25C 25CWomens 5c 5cWomens e eWomens
Womens lie pure MIre Linen Hand ¬
kerchiefs 3c 5cWomens 3cWomens c cWomens
Womens Kid Gloves GIo s in black blackwhite bJaekwhite blackwhite
white and t tea n tine 60cSftc tineSec i
Sic Dress Nets 2 yar yards s wide wideSc 2flc 2flcSc e eSc
Sc and le Torches Laees es 4c 4c39c 4c39c
39c French Val Laces 12 1 yard
bolts 2SC 2SC25c er er2Sc
25c Satin Taffeta Ribbons 10 10yard 11yard 1
yard bolts 0 inc incSilk 19cSilk IncSilk
Silk Chiffon Ruchintj length length19c 5C 5C19c > c c19c
19c Allsilk Taffeta Ribbons 5
in wide In all colors colorslso l2S c
150 Silk Embroidered AHoversOSc AIIoversDSc15o
150 double bed size Comfortsa Comforts 9e 9eNew ncNew c cXew
New Satin Foulards 24 4 in wide55e wide55e75c wide 3c 3clac
75c 7 Colored Colo C Crepe de Chine 24 inoOc inoOcScarfs innncScarfs
I
Scarfs and an Shams ShamsChoice ShamsChoice ems
Choice 49c 49cRegular 49cRegular c cRegular
Regular 75c ValuesChoice Values ValuesChoice ValuesChoice
Choice of a new lot of Embroidered
Bureau Scarfs S < arfs and Pillow Shams to tomatch tomatch
match in hemstitched and drawn drawnwork ctrawnwork 4rawnwork
desi desiChoice
work designs designsChoice desiD3Chofc
Choice of several new and pretty
patterns patternsScarfs pathmsarts patternsScarfs
Scarfs arts are iSx54 inches Shams are
Ox30 InchesRegular Inches InchesRegular inchesHtgular
Regular Foe ii < values at 49c each
CONSUL OF BELGIUM BELGIUMBLAMED BELGIUMBLAMED
BLAMED FOR MISTAKE MISTAKECadets
Cadets Were Not Received ReceivedBecause ReceivedBecause ReceivedBecause
Because Letter Was Not NotCorrectly NotCorrectly NotCorrectly
Correctly Addressed AddressedBecause
Because the commandant of the naval Da navaltraining I Itraining
training station at Yeraa y Buena Island Islandhi IslandIn
In San Francisco harbor Ie alleged tohave toj to
have 8ve refused the ordinary courtesies to tothe I I Iship
the cadets of tile Belgian naval tralnllll tralnllllship trainingship
ship TAvenfr r A venlr when w ea she visited there therethe therethe
the consul general of San Francisco has hascomplained heBplaJae hascomplained I
complained plaJae to the Belgian minister in inWashington IIIW InWashington
Washington WashingtonThe W
The T e copoul I said he bad written twoletters two twoletters 1
letters to the eommanCant c t asking that thata I
a date be set for recervlllg receiving the Belgiancadet8 Belgian Belgiancadeu BeIgIaRcadet
cadet but that he had received ne reply replyto retJlyto
to either totter totterTfte eUerTte
The State Department wired to t Rear BearAdmiral RearAlI1iral RearAdmiral
Admiral Milton the present t tlit command commandant commaxdanL ¬
ant lit and Ad he furnished a good explanalion explana explanation ¬
lion tio which shows that the BeigMa Bel Betg an con consul consul consal ¬
sul does not keep an uptodate naval navalaid
r register er In Ills oOIce TIM rear aDm1rt aDm1rtMhl
aid said that Ow the letters Bad been directed directedto
to Captain Cathcart MB JIII prodeeeeeor pilIIIIeee or in inoffice 111ftIee inet
office et > iee who had been be A gone two years yearsThey y yThey ears 10 10TIley
They only reached the admiral MIraI yester yesterthe ye ter
d4y Yad and were IlIIIIIedIately ae sent t here to tothe
the State Department Departmentgret I IThe
The rear admiral mlral expressed mt mtcit cla teI teIiPet re reBret
Bret over the occurrenee as Ii he said saidwould lei he hewould I
would have given the Belgian boys boysgreat a agreat
great time timeMAN timeMAN
1
MAN FOUND DEAD DEADVICTIM DEADVICTIM s
VICTIM OF ASTHMA ASTHMACharles
Charles eto rIe Quigley a aged ed fiftyeight fiftyeightyearr siltyeighyears ltyet ht htyeanr t
years yearr of HIS Fourandahalf street streetwas streetaas
was + aas found iouttd dead to a an alley uey above his hishouse hisearly hishouse
house early this reom morning m by Rd RdRider Rolls RollsRider RollaRider le
Rider who imiaedfatay Imme llltety tafonned the thethere t tpolice he
police first there ores a a dead d am lying Jytntthere
there Quigley Qu y body was taken at atnee a1e a t
e 0000 nee ee t4 m the morgue where an tt investi investisatfen hnupt Mvestfaides
aides pt was held heldThe JMIdThe
The physicians found the nan bad badl b be ba baheea d
l heea e a a sufferer 8Nr from astnma for seme semetune semetIlDe semitime
tune turf that it was undoubtedly VftIIoabCe ly t tdies tills thteiHseacc tillsdIIIea
dIIIea dies e that t at caused his hIstII death A eerti eertisae certifi certificate eertlftto ¬
cate to this e effect ct was circa br the Cor Coron CoraDd
Qner on rr and the body ronwed r ed to QuiK QulgJf7s
l Jf7s Ts mouse where the t tu arrangements Isr Isri f ffumterfi tK
i U the e funeral ta eraI wttt be completed in a abort abortMINOR ii OI1
time
MINOR RECOVERS RECOVERSI
I Alostoa Alo on B Minor who was wa taken kex to tothe toUte
the Emergency y Hospital test Ie < < night aft afta after aftera
a fainting tntIDs pell ell Just outside the Ro Roya ra +
Hotel Hot I where he lives was snifieientlrecovered sufficiently r
TeeOere recovered j tOOa today j to be sent sway wa
OF HATS DATSAT HATSAT
AT FALL OPENING OPENINGNey
Ney Company Have At AttractiveOfferings Attractive Attractive
tractiveOfferings tractive Offerings for forTheir forTheir forTheir
Their Customers CustomersTypifying CustomersTJpIfytag CustomersTjptfying
Typifying the progressive spirit of ofsoutheast ofsoutheast I
southeast Washington Wa laiAb HI is the remark remarkthe pemArkaWe remarkable
aWe growth of N Noy 1E Co the depart department depertI departm ¬
m ment jrtore ter8 located at Eighth street andPennsylvania and andPennsylvania ad adPeDD8yJval
Pennsylvania avenue southeast > > Its Itsgreat Itsreal Itsgreat
great real mftttnery opening being held to today tois today ¬
day is attracting the attention of all allresidents allreideats allresidents
residents of that part of ofhe the city as 6 well wellas wellas wellas
as many from other sections of Wash Washington aab aabbtgto ¬
ington Because of the extensiveness extenshreneseof
of the display play of bate and lid the variety varietyof I
of styles illustrated the t e millinery 11eery de department dtpartMent depertinent ¬
partment of the big 1 lg store ie I toOa odar the thecenter timecenter
center of interest and a large extra extraforce extraforce I
force of saleswomen is busily enaged enagedin cnsag ensaghi I
in showing showing bewln < < the imported and lid American AmericanJnOdeJs Americanmodels
models whic1 wbcat comprise e the Ney Co CoexhibitIOn Coexhibition
exhibition of fall millinery styles stylesAmong stylesAmong
Among the picture ictllre hats tit from Parisian Parisianshops Pari Parisianshops lan lanshops
shops is s shown an 11 imported model by byVfcot hyVkot byVlrot
Vfcot which is particularly striking It Itie ItI ItIs
ie I a huge shape a ape of white satinbroad satin a the thebroad thebrOll4
broad brim covered with wft black doff chiffon chiffonembroidered ehuroneMDroldered on onoon
embroidered lace The T e trimming trimmingslots coo coostats CODIs
stats Is of three thr white willow plumes and amylblack andblack i
black aigrettes a tes sewed at the left side sideof
of 0 the crown near the back backAnother
Another equally effective model modgl is a I
large picture hat in black mirror vel velvet velvet velvet ¬
vet with big soft crown cr W1l of Persian Persiangold
gold over oerptnk pink crepe the trimming trimmingconsisting trlmmlueonsisting trimmnnkconsisting
consisting of pink orchids at the theright therlgllt theright
right of the crown and plumes plumesmounted plumesmounted plumesMOuted
mounted at t the left leftThe leftThe
The popularity of pressed prefMedbeaer beaver iseen is I Ieen s I
seen in a number of tb the smartest alDlLrt t
hats shown by Key I Co One ot ofthese
these is of white pressed re se4 beaver I
lined with black The lite rich white whiteplumes whiteplumes whiteplumes
plumes are caught with a huge hugeeabiehon hugeeablehon
eabiehon of black and white rhine rhinestones j jstones
stones Shown with this model is isa Isa
a most fetching French opera OIE L bonnet bonnetof botmetor t
of gold spangled net the brim of lace
Joined to the crown with a gold cord cor d
In black pressed pre eed beaver a severe Ibut
but not trying Charlotte Corday Corday tur
ban is shown The effect of smartl smartlnese smart smartDHS smartaegis
aegis is i s enhanced by three of Lh Lhspeckled the thespeckled the8pecked e
speckled feathers which are one of ofite
tAft ite seasons 5 seasof aSOns s novelties and D4I as in this thismodeL thismodeL
sa modeL odel are usually sewed high at the tbe1eft th e
left of the crown crownAnother crownAnother
Another smart turban is of smoked smokedgray smokedgray smokedgray
gray velvet the full tUI180t soft crown caught caughtat caughat t
at the base with a broad silver band bandpiped beadpiped
piped mrM with orange J am seined J ined with withrlanestone a arhinestone aThe ni
rhinestone buckle buckleThe buckle e eThe
The tapestry lined hat is seen n in a apicture avkture
picture lure model in black velvet th the e
broad sod and an rolling brim lined ItJM with old o f c
bIDe tapestry showing 3ibowjn foliage figures s j
In thread of gold goldThe goldThe goldThe
The smartness of the French mo IO IOclute
diMe was evident in a a turban turD of r rcline rick rickolive c
olive ih green lteD velvet the softdraped softdrapedcrown softdrap4dero11
crown banded across the top with
Oriental < k tal embroidery and buckles and an ana j
a big bl bow of changeable chan eaDle ribbon rl bon in inamethyst i iamethyst n
amethyst and old blue tones being hers herscaught g
caught cu ht at the side of the bat I
lt Pays to Deal nt Goldeabergs GoldeabergsSeventh
Seventh and K Theaependableskrti TheaependableskrtiT
T Clese daily at 6 p m except Saturdar SaturdarClose
Close Saturday at 9 p nl
HOURS J Oren daily at S a m
Purchase of Womens Suits SuitsAt
At Savings of to Price
1098 1098Worth
Worth 2000
BURNED TO TODEATIJ TODEATIJHURRYING DEATH DEATHHURRYING DEATHHURRYING
HURRYING DINNER DINNERMother DINNERlrother DINNERMother
Mother of Nine Children Uses Oil OilIn OilIn 011In
In Order to Get Quick QuickMeal QuickMeal QuickMeal
Meal MealTTBON MealTYRO MealTYROilE
TYRO Pa Sept a 2IK 1Mrs Mrs Fred FrrdSnyder FrMoL FredStgdee
Snyder of Vail a village near Tyrone Tyronewith Tyronpwas Tyroneas
was w as bunted to death Ia Marling a firs 1irwkIa firswith
with coal ee e She to the mother odMr of mIre nrrchildren nnchlklre mIrehildren
children c and in preparing pt + dinner thr threw thfPWa w wa
a little air tt Ia the ire to hasten the meal mealThe mea meaTile seaThe
The oil exploded and lid set are to the hawomans thewomans fhiWOIIUUI
womans dress burning lMI DIDg her an over the thebody theDedr thebody
bodyThe body bodyThe DedrThe
The husband was badly burned in at attempting attempdDg attempttag ¬
tempting to extinguish ex the Samna anj anjthe arjthe ar3the
the little home and all the furniturewere furniture furniturewere furnIturewere
were destroyed destroyedCUTHM de deatro tro ed edCUTICURA edCUTICURA
CUTICURA CO COWOFECZE1 CURED
fAMJLYOf FMJLY WOFECZE1 WOFECZE1Father ECZEMA ECZEMAFather
Father Father Mother and Child had It for
8 Months Heads Mass of SoresCould Sores SoresCould SoresCould
Could Not llotSleeP Sleep Itching ItchingTer Ter Terrible T er errible ¬
rible Cured in 2 Months MonthsThe
II IIThe
The Cuttcnra treatment t tme t has abso
I lui lately ely cured me and family of eczema eczemaI eczemawhich
which I Is m r wiCeand wife and tw twoyearold yec01d child chidhad
I bad for eight eI tt months It started withemail with withsmall withsmall
small pimples on toe bead of my child childwhich ch childwhich d dwAich
which gradually gadca y broke out in sores ard aniit an ardit i iit
it was not long before I and my wife got gotthe gotthe gutthe
the same Our heads were one maIlS ofsores of ofsores ofsores
sores we could not deep and the itching itchingwas itd itchingwas ng ngwas
was terrible We suffered suJrer suffererd for eight eightmonths eightmonths
months We tried different differ t kinds of ofointments ofoiDtments ofointments
ointments and medicine but it did us no nogood n nogood
good and soon it began to break out on onour onour
our bodies until a friend who had h d the thesame thesame thesame
same trouble told me about Cuticura cf cfwhich orI ofwhich
which I used two sets of Cuticura CuticuraSoaP Soap
Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Resol Resolvent R ol oleDt ¬
vent eDt and I was surprised S After the thefirst theficst thefirst
first few days our heads he ds began b Degan f gan to heal healand
and in two months we were absolutely absolutelycured
cured of 0 this t i5 terrible eczema Eugene EugeneUo E Eugeneotthdr gene
P Potthoa 381 I Ralph Street BrooklY117 kBrooklyn
N Y February 18 181810 1910 1910No
No stronger evidence than this could couldbe couJdbe
be given of 0 the success and economy of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Cuticura Remedies in the treatment treatmentof
of torturing disfiguring humors of o the theskin theskin theskin
skin and scalp of infants children and andadults andadults
adults A single hot bath with Cuticura CuticuraSoap CuticuraSoap
Soap and a gentle anointing with Cuti Cuticura Cuticum Cuticura ¬
cura Ointment are often sufficient to toafford toafford
afford immediate reLsf in the most dis distressing distree8in distresein ¬
tressing tree8in cases and permit t rest and sleep sleepOintment s1eeJwbn
when a I else fails Cuticur Soap and andOintlDDt
Ointment are equally effective e m in pre preserving preng preserving ¬
serving ng purifying and beautifying theskin the theskin tooskin
skin scalp hair and hands hands and in inpreventing n npre
preventing pre enting minor eruptions becoming becomingchronic becomingchronic
chronic A 32page booklet t giving
description and treatment of skin affec affections atrectons ¬
tons will be sent free on application applicationth
th tho hc Potter PottelDrng Drug k fe ChemKal Corr Co
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I
Bleached sac a Sheets Sheetsfull
Full Double Bed B d Size SizeARc Size48c SizeSold
ARc Sold Regularly Regularlyat
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at 59c each eachhear eacht
Lo of f bousiwivn nwt wt wild be glad to
hear t of this t bargain n In Bleached
Slet s Sheen A ca < case a = of f SIxSe Bleached B1eac B1eacfull
Sheets full doablebed size mad made of ofgood ofgood ofgood
good roundthread cotton with a awelded awelded awelded
welded seam eam m in th the center centerbaDd hand II
torn and ironed Finished with good goodsfeed goodsized
med hem hemOne h hOne hemOne
One day at tSc each instead of 59c
17e50 17e50I
a
Worth 30 and 35
It is Is indeed an extraordinary trade happening that brings you this unusual suit
opportunity right at the beginning of needtime needtimeFrom needtimeFrom needtimeFrom
From two makers makersboth both leaders in their class classwe we have secured several kundred kundredpf kUDdredstylish kundredstylish
stylish tailored suits on the most advantageous terms Possible possi le They embrace the new
est and smart smartest t models for falJcorrectly tailored and clevelIy designed The
> pf styles is broad enough to meet m et every womanns woman 7s need b range
What woaian can r r1 < ist such inducements to buy a new fall suit tomorrow tomorrow20TAILORED tomorrowo
20 TAILORED o SUITS SmTSAT AT T 10i9S l09SSmarty 1O Smartly Tailored Suits of neV new newRough
Rough ugh Cheviots with seraifitting coat 32 inches long Made with correct correctcoat j j
coat collar and new n w shaped lapels Fourbutton front effect Hip POckets POcketsfinlshod pocketsfinished L Lfinished 1 0 98
finished with tailored flap Lined with good quality satin Correct plaited plaitedgore j 0
gore skirts Choice of navy blue and black Sale price priceSEITS uu u u uSUITS J JSUITS
SUITS WORTH UP TO S5 3t 35New > New Fall Tailored TaIloredSuits Suits consisting of
Chiffon Broadcloths imported hard twisted Worsteds Basket Weave Fab Fabrics Fabrics Fabrics ¬
rics imported Cheviots and Mannish Materials Every suit strictly man mantailored
tailored throughout Plain stverely St tailored styles semifitting fitted and and5rbutton 1 7 5 0
5rbutton button front models Some slightly trimmed with tailored braid Jack Jackets Jackets ¬
ets lined with extra heavy quality satin duchesse and satins Choice of
fashionable grays navy blue brown taupe and black Sale price
Mens s 100 1 00 and an 125 a Shirts ShirtsYou ShirtsL
I L Choice at 39c 39 39You I IYou
You wouldnt believe it i t possible s to buy such fine shirts for such
little money until you see them with your own eyes We Vedoobt kwbt if we
have ever offered better shirt values valuesExtra valuesExtra valuesExtra
Extra fluality n ality Madras Percale and Butchers Linen Negtige Shirts Shirtsmade Shirtsmade Shirtsmade
made in coat style with cuffs attached and detached Extra full cut cutand cutand cutand
and perfect fitting fittingChoice fittingChoice fittingChoice
Choice of white and a variety varlet of neat light patterns
Regular 1 and 125 values at 39c 39cA 39cAllsilk 39cB
Allsilk B Marquisette 88e yd ydA
A remarkable value in fashionable Marquisette lIarquisetteaU all pure silk qual ¬
ity in white navy naV blue and black blackExtensively blackxtensively blackExtensively
Extensively used this season for drapery over over dresses and waists
Never offered at such a low price before Here tomorrow at SSc SScyard a ayard ayard
yard yardLACE
LACE DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTFirst First Floor Floorp
p
r
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9x12ft Brussels Rugs Rugslargest Rugslargest
Largest Room nom Size SizeRegular Sze SzeRegular
Regular 20 Value ValueIf 11 9 8
If you have amg a rug rugneed need you will find it very pcofitable to invest your yourrug yourrug yourrug
rug money in one of these regular twentydollar Large Room Sia Size Rugs Rugswe Rugswe Rugswe
we offer tomorrow at rL98 No Washington store ever offered better bettervalues bettervalues
values at this time timeWe timeWe timeWe
We secured a lot of 9xl2ft 9wire Brussels Rugs R1I 5 made in one
piece pieceno no seams seamswhich which we offer tomorrow at a savins S of many dollars
Choice of floral medallion and conventional designs in colorings to tosnit tosuit
suit any room decoration decorationWe decorationl
l a Panama Panamaa a a 79c yd ydWe
Tuesday d a e 7 a aWe
We make a bold bid for a Tuesday crowd at the dress goods depart department dpartment department ¬
ment by offering this regular 119 quality all wool Black Chiffon Panama
at 79c a yard Its tos an extra fine close woven grade imported to retail
at the price stated Handsome jet black blackVery blackVery blackVery
Very popular for fall wear
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