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11 THE WASHINGTON TIMES TUESDAY OCTOBER 18 1910
SEE AN EDUCATION EDUCATIONMembers EDUGATIONIN
IN MOTION MOTIONPICTURES MOTIONPICTURESMembers PICTURES PICTURESMembers
Members of Y M C A AMonday AMonday AMonday
Monday Evening Club Dis Discuss Discuss Discuss ¬
cuss Possibilities PossibilitiesPROGRAM PossibilitiesPROGRAM PossibilitiesPROGRAM
PROGRAM LAID OUT OUTFOR OUTFOR OUTFOR
FOR COMING SEASON SEASONWork SEASONWork SEASONWork
Work for Social Service Reform ReformBy ReformBy ReformBy
By Committees Also lso Under UnderDiscussion UnderDiscussion UnderDiscussion
Discussion DiscussionThe DiscussionThe DiscussionThe
The motion picture stow as an instru instrument lD8trument 1fltrninent ¬
ment for the education of youth was wasconsidered wazcondered W85con
considered con ldered at the first fall meeting of ofthe o othe ofthe
the Monday Monda Evening Club at the Y M MC 31C I IC
C A at which numerous suggestions suggestionsconcerning suggestionsoncernln uggetIonsconcerning
concerning oncernln the work of the club for the thecoming thecomin thecoming
coming comin year ear were made by b member memberThe memboThe membersThe
The meeting held last ast evening was wasfor wasfor wasfor
for the purpose of o bringing out the ideas ideasof idttaSot ideasof
of members as to what the club should shoulddo shoulddo hou1ddo
do this winter The suggestions were werereferred wereTeCerred werereferred
referred to the executive committee committeewhich commltteowhlch committeewhich
which will fl1 meet the first fl rat Monday in inNovember InNovember
November and outline the seasons pro prograin program progralil I
grain aa a rrcurdg r retirt ng both the mQnthly monthlymeetings mQnthlymeelint mqnthly2neetln
meetings 2neetln or r the tb club and the work for forrcclal torFtclal forevcaI
rcclal service nice reform to be undertaken undertakenb
b by the clubs cl bs committees committeesDr com lttees ltteesDr
Dr LeGrand Powers brought up the themoving themoving theXflOVIflg
moving picture question in which the themembers thememberg thomembers
members were particularly interested interestedbeciubc interestedbx Interestedbactu
beciubc bx bactu t ot the recent r < eDt discussion of the1 the1looal the theIOAI theIcitat
looal motion picture shows in The TheWashington ThEashlngton TheWashington
Washington ashlngton Times TlmSTo TImeSTo j jTo
To Wage Campaign CampaignDr
Dr Powers uiged UI ed that the club co cooperate coo cooperate ¬
operate o rate with the manager of o the pie picture Plcture pieture ¬
ture theaters In a campaign of educa educati oducatn
ti tn n on subjects pertaining to public publichealth pubUehfaIth publicha1th
health He saUl atd if the club exerts a alittle alIttle alittle
little effort the managers of the thea theaters theat theater ¬
ters t ter will i1t be glad to put on films show showIng showIn chowlug
lug In the effects of Improper Jmlrop r housing con coniiiuous coniltiOfle
iiiuous and the advantages oC fresh freshair fnshair fiesliair
air airL I
L A Rosafy RoeeC urged that the olub con consider conflldtr conBider ¬
sider this winter the question of brIng toringin IbrInoin brIngin
in = about a oot an extensive use u e of o moving movingpiclureg movingplclurea movingpicturee
piclureg in II the public schools where wherehygiene wherehglene here hereh
hygiene h lenc physiology ph IoIOlltY geography S60 aphy and andhistory andl andhistory
history l 9tory can be taught mor morS effectively effectivelywith etIecUvelyWith eaetveIyvith
with vith pictures than with Ith textbooks textbooksA
A resolution ludon was offered declaring declaringthnt declarln declarlnthat declaringthat
that the club indorsed the request rOQuc t of the theloard theloard the1oard
loard of Education for dental inspec inspection In tnopection pec pection ¬
tion in the public udIc schools hools It will be beconsidered beconsiderel beconsidered
considered at t the November meeting meetingOther meetIngOther meetingOther
Other Topics TopicsOther TopicsOther TopicsOther
Other tonics to ks sujrxested by members membersfor membe membefor membersfor
for consideration by the club ch this year yearincluded yearincluded e r rinclud
included includ the following followingA followingCentral
OO A Central Home for Deserted Fami Families Families Faintlies ¬
lies
VfterCure of the Insane InsanePrevention In InsanePreventloa ane aneprevcntkm
Prevention of Tuberculosis TuberculosisCause TubereulOtil1J1K Tuconulo46aie
Cause aie 1J1K and Prevention of SoCalled SoCalledVice SoCalledVke SoCalledVice
Vice Diseases DiseasesTeachlne DlseasesTeaehIn se seTeahhu
Teachlne TeaehIn Trades to Gins GirtsHome GinsHome GIrISHome
Home Hygiene HyjdeneBeautifying HyodcnehDeauUty1nK HygieneBeautifying
Beautifying the Byways of o WaShthgton Wash Washington ¬
ington ingtonExtension 11 thgtonExtension toIl toIlExtension
Extension of the Work ork of Nurses UrMS In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Public Schools SchoolsMinimum Schoolsl1nlmum SchoolsMinimum
Minimum Wage Vae Laws LawsHomes LaW1Homes LawsIlomeS
Homes for Convalescents ConvalescentsAt Convale cenls cenlsAt
At the next meeting of the th < club plans plansfor planstor paiiSfor
for taking up the campaign for the thepassage the1ng theasnge
passage 1ng asnge e of the th loan shark bill now pend pending pendInJ pendIng ¬
ing InJ In Congress Con ess will 111 be made madeLEGTUHE madeLECTURE madeLECTURE
LECTURE COURSE COURSEFall COURSEFOR COURSEFOR
FOR THE PUBLIC PUBLICFall
Fall Series Arranged by byCatholic byCatholic byCatholic
Catholic University Will WillBegin WillBegin WillBegin
Begin Thursday Thu sday
An unusual chance change will be given to tothe tothe tothe
the public to enjoy a series of Interest Interesting InterestJng Interesting ¬
ing and instructive ln lructive discourses with the theopening theopening theopening
opening of the fall course of public publiclectures publicIEcturc publiclectures
lectures to be given by the Catholic CatholicUniversity Catholic1nlver Catholicjniverstt
1nlver University tLy of America at McMahon McMahonHall McMahonhail Y Iahon Iahon1lall
Hall beginning b nnlng Thursday Thursda October OctoberThe 20 20The 20The
The Rev Charles W Currier will de deliver deliver deliver ¬
liver the opening lecture on Spanish Spanishtancrican SpanishAlncrlcan SpanIshcrican
tancrican crican Literature The lectures lecturesSill lect lectures11i res resiIl1
Sill 11i be given ven in the following tolloln order orderOctober orderOctober orderOctober
October 20 20The The Rev Charles W Cur Currier Currier Curncr ¬
rier Ph D Spanish Sp ni h American Litera Literature Llteratilr Litarature ¬
ture tureOctober tilr tureOctober >
tilrocto
October octo r 27 ithe The Rev Charles W Cur Currier Curncr ¬
rier ncr Ph D South America Its ItsPeople ItsPt ItsPeople
People Pt > Ople and Iis Problems ProblemsNovember ProblemsIvembet ProblemsNovember
November Ivembet 3Frederlck Frederick R WrightThe Wright Wright4The YrfShtThe
The Development of Writing and andPrinting andlrin andPrinting
Printing PrintingNovember lrin Printingovember tlnlit tlnlitovember
ovember 10 lGJo 10Joseph Joseph eph Dunn Ph D DItalian DItalian DItalian
Italian Literature Before Dante DanteNovember Denteoember DanteNovember
November li liTbe The Rt Rev Maurice MauriceF
F 1 < Burke D D Dante and tho thoPapacy thoJ8pacr thelapacy
Papacy PapacyDecember J8pacrThcember lapacyDecember
December 1 lThe The Rev Re William Turn Turner Turner Turner ¬
er D D I Symbolism of o Dante DanteDecember DanteDpcemb DanteDecember
December Dpcemb > r 15 tSPatrlck Patrick J J Lenox B A ASome ASome ASome
Some English Woman Writers of the theFifteenth theFiteenth theFifteenth
Fifteenth Century CenturyThese Centuryfhfse Centuryhese
These hese lectures are to be delivered deliveredThursday deUvoredrhur deliveredThursday
Thursday rhur Aday afternoons in the order given givenand gfenand givenand
and will commence at 430 p m mANTITYPHOID mANTITYPHOID mANTITYPHOID
ANTITYPHOID SERUM SERUMFOR SERUMFOR SERUMFOR
FOR ARMY FAVORED FAVOREDAntityphoid FAVOREDAntityphoid FAVOREDAntityphoid
Antityphoid vaccination will be made madecompulsory madeompultlory madecompulsory
compulsory in the army if the War De DeIrtment DeJoertment DeJ
Irtment J rtment adopts a recommendation recommendationmade recommendationJTl3dp recommendationmade
made by Brig Gen George H Torney Torneysurgeon Torne Tornesurgeon Torneysurgeon
surgeon general of the United States Statesariry Statesarrry Statesurrry
ariry in his annual report reportGeneral reportGenpral reportGenrat
General Torney Torne recommends that the therecrtit theJf thererntt
recrtit Jf < rttt be vaccinated immediately JmmecUalel after afterenlistment aftern1illtment aftercnllstment
enlistment enlistmentBaltimore cnllstmentBaltimore < n1illtmentBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio OhioR R R to Pimlico PimlicoRaces Pimliconaces PimlicoRaces
Races Baltimore For those desiring to toattend toatttnd toattend
attend the Pimlico Races Rac s the Baltimore BaltimoreOhio BaltimoreOhio BaltimoreOhio
Ohio Every Hour on the Hour HourT
T n p ekday > service affords superior fa farill CadUties fail1ties
rill dUties ties Excellent street car service from fromboth tromCth fromhth
both Cth Camden and Mt tit Royal Station to totn tonl toLnl
tn Lnl nl < J from PlrTlioo Plr P1rlloTrack > l1 < o Track Tra JrAdvt JrAdvtl Advt AdvtSpray
3
Spray SprayCarpets SprayCarpets
Carpets and Rugs RugsBefore RugsBefore
Before Laying Them Themfor Themfor
for Winter WinterSold WinterSold
Sold Everywhere Everywhere25c
25c
l
WORK NEXT WEEK WEEKFOR WEEKFOR
FOR SS S S DELEGATES DELEGATES1District DELEGATESDistrict
District Convention Will WillRepresent WillRepresent WillRepresent
Represent More Than Hun Hundred Hundred Hundred ¬
dred Organizations OrganizationsNearly
Nearly Nearl a a hundred hund Sunday schools will willbe willbe willbe
be represented by delegates at the seven seventeenth seventeenth seventeenth ¬
teenth annual convention of the District DistrictAssociation DilltrictAssoclatlon DistrIctAssociation
Association at First Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch PresbterlnnChurch PresbyterianChurch
Church October OctoberW 34 to 2 2All 3i 6 6All I IAU
All arrangements have been perfected perfectedThere perfectedThere perfectedThere
There will be six sessions lon8 The feature featureof featureof
I
of the opening session so lon will be an ad address address address ¬
dress by b the Rev Dr J 1 W v R Sum Sumwait Suniwait
wait followed by the annual report of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the president W Y W V t MiHan This see sessionwill MsI seestewIll ¬
sionwill be closed clo ed with devotional ex exorcises cC cCorC1s cxorciieii ¬
orcises orC1s orciieii s to be conducted by the Revs RevsDonald RevsDoncld I IDoncd
Donald C MacLood and Frank T Ben Benson Benson Benson ¬
son The remainder of the program programfollows programfollows programfollows
follows I
Tuesday Afternoon AfternoonConference AfternoonConference I
Conference session S68 lon addressee addrc ses by the theRev theRev theRev
Rev S H Woodrow on Psycology In InTeaching InTeaching InTeaching
Teaching Dr Franklin McElfresn of ofChicago o oChicago ofChIcago
Chicago Training of o Teachers Bible Bibleclass Bibleclass Bibleclass
class by Prof Mitchell Carroll S E BKramer EKramer EKramer
Kramer of Washington public schools schoolson
on What Constitutes a a Good Teacher TeacherDevotional TeacherDeotlonnl TeacherDevotional
Devotional service by the Revs John B BBriggs EBriggs BBrlggs
Briggs and Theron outwater CutwaterTuesday outwaterTuesday OutwaterTuesday
Tuesday Evening EveningAddress EycningAddress EveningAddress
Address by Dr McEl lcElfresh fresh on The TheNew TheXew TheNew
New Knighthood recognition service servicefor servicefor servicefor
for teacher training graduates and nd re report report report ¬
port of teacher training superintendent superintendentCarleton superintendentCarleton superintendentCarleton
Carleton R Ball devotional service by bythe bythe bythe
the Revs Joseph Jo eph T Kelly Kell and Walter WalterF
F Smith
Wednesday Morning MorningReport MorningReport MorningReport
Report and discussion dlscu slon or the work lock of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the home department dep rtment of the Sunday Sundayschool Sundayschool
school by Mrs Emily Newton addreeees addreeeesby addreee addreeeb addressesby
by b Dr McElfresh on The SunJay SunJaySchool SunJa SunJaySchool
School as a Social Force Miss Us Auric AuricHome XIIPicS
S Harlow ot Phlladelp Phllsdelpkla h la on Th ThHome The TheHome
Home Department and the Cradle Roll Rollconference Ronconference Rollconference
conference on home department meth niethods methods methods >
ods by b Mrs 118 H W Kendrick and the theMisses theJoU theMisses
Misses JoU ses Katherine S White and Sarah SarahBaldwin Saraht SarahBaldwin
t Baldwin devotional service by the theRevs theI theRevs
Revs C E Fultz and P W Jeffries JeffriesWednesday JetrriwWedncsday JeriesWednesday
I Wednesday Afternoon AfternoonDiscussion AfternoonDls AfternoonDiscussion
Discussion Dls < u88lon of primary Sunday school schoolwork schlOtwork schoolwork
work addresses by Dr McElfresh on onThe ORThe onThe
The Richest Rlche t Hours of Life MISS Har Harlow Harlow Barlow
low The Messenger f senger Service a graded gradedprimary gradedprimary gradedprimary
primary lesson by b Miss Harlow begin beginners beginners beginnere ¬
ners lesson le eon by Miss Jane MeKnew MeKnewuniform leInewunltorm McKnewunIform
uniform primary leseon t by > y Miss Mte Lucite LuclleWilkinson LuelleViUklnson LuciteWilkinson
Wilkinson devotional service by b the theRevs theRes theRovs
Revs John E Briggs and Theron Out Outwaten Outwater OutI
I water waterI
Wednesday Evening EveningAddresses EveningAddresses EveningAddressee
I Addresses by Dr McElfreeh on The TheHistory TheHl TheHistory
History Hl tory cf f Adolescence Dr S H HGreene HGreene HGreene
Greene on Missionary Jdta tonary Influence of the theWorlds tbeVorlds theWorlds
Worlds Snday School Convention P PH PH PH
H Bristow Bristo on Our Legacy From the theWorlds tbeI
I Worlds Vo rl d Convention final report of o the thegeneral tbeI thegeneral
I general committee of arrangements forthe
the worlds sixth Ixth Sunday school con convention CORnUon convention ¬
I vention nUon held in May last report of the thecommittee thecommIttee thecommittee
committee on nominations and resolu resolutions re resokn lu ¬
I tions and election of executive conncit conncittoe comcit comcittoe comittoe
toe and officers for ensuing year also alsotwelve alsotwelve
I twelve delegates to the thirteenth inter international IntHI international ¬
national convention to o be held h 1d in San SanFrancisco SanFrancIsco SanFrancisco
Francisco next June JuneARGENTINE JuneARGENTINE JuneI
I
ARGENTINE MIDDIES COMING COMINGThe
I The Argentine schoolshlp PresidentSarlmento Pre
Sarlmento of the Argentine navy na wil wilarrive 1111arrive
arrive at the Navy Yard October St I t tremain <
remain three days President Taft wllvisit
visit Islt the ship and will be given a re receptlon reo reception
o ceptlon by the commander and offlaers offlaersML oftt offliersCAPITAL rs rsCAPITAL
CAPITAL DELEGATES DELEGATESWILL DELEGATESWILL
WILL TALK MONEY
Chamber of Commerce to toSend toSend toSend
Send Delegates to Na National N National a ational ¬
tional Conference
Financial Washington is to be repre represented ro reiresented re reIentecl ¬
sented at the national conference on onthe onthe onthe
the monetary monetar situation to be held in inNew InNpw InNew
New York November 11 and 12 12The 12The 12The
The executive committee of the thE Cham Chamber Cbambel Chambar ¬
bar of Commerce has accepted an invi invitation Ino1tatlor initatior ¬
tation from the Academy of Political PoliticalScience PoliticalSdenee PoliticalScience
Science which is connected c nnected with Colum Columbia Columbia Columbla ¬
bia University Unlverslt to send delegates to the theconference theconference I Iconference
conference conferenceThe conferenceThe conferenceThe
The national conference Is to be held heldunder heldun heldunder
un under er the auspices of the academy and andis andJs andIs
is to 0 be attended by men high in finan financial financial financml ¬
cial circles throughout the tb country countryPresident oountryPresident countryPresident
President William F Gude will name namethe namethe mainethe
the delegates dcle tPK this week after confer conferences conCeronce conferoncee ¬
once with the banker members of the thechamber thechamber thechamber
chamber chamberConvention chamberConvention chamberConvention
Convention committee matters en engaged engAged engaged ¬
gaged the attention of tho executive executivecommittee executiveommlttee executivecommittee
committee < for the balance of the meet meeting mCEtIns meeting ¬
ing An on appropriation of 125 12 was made madeto madeI madeto
I to send a representative of the chamber chamberto
I to the meeting of the United Daughters Daughtersof
i of the Confederacy which is to be held heldat heldi heldat
i at Little Rock Arakansas this year yearwith yearwith car carwith
with an invitation to hold the 1911 con convention convention ¬
vention in WashingtonThe Washington WashingtonThe
The committee also authorized Gran Granvine Granvl110 GranVIll
I
vine VIll Hunt chairman of the convention conventioncommittee comenUonI conventioncommittee
committee to print 10000 circulars ad advcrtislnc adcrtlslns advertletnir
vcrtislnc crtlslns th th3 Rivers RI ers and Harbors Con Congress Conre5 Congress ¬
I gress re5 which is to be held in Washing Washington Washington Vashlngton ¬
ton December 6 to 10 These will be bedistributed beI bedistributed
I distributed over the country by the theI thesecretary
I I secretary of the Rivers and Harbors Harborsi HarborsCongress
i Congress CongressAttend Con CongressI ress ressI
I
I I Attend Great Frederick Frede ck Fair October October172L October1n Octoberl2L
172L Tlckts sold for regular Baltimore Baltimorefe BaltimoreOhio
I fe Ohio trains October 17 1 to 21 1 valid alld for forreturn forreturn forreturn
return u uItl 1il il 22nd at 230 for special specialtrain sp speiaitrain lal lalI
I train leaving Washington Vashln on 8 a m 20th 20threturning 20threturning Olh OlhI
returning leave Frederick Fre < 1erlck 590 p m msame msamt insame
same day c1 170 170Adt 170Adtu AdvL AdvLMARCUS
I u
i MARCUS NOTES Auctioneer AuctioneerGovernment Auctioneerj AitciloneerGovernment
j Government Sale of Condemned CondemnedMaterial CondemnedMaterial CondemnedMaterial
Material on Friday Oct 21st Com Commencing Commencing Coinmencing ¬
mencing at 11 a m I will sell in infront infront infront
front of the City Post Office 11th St Stside StsIde Stside
side a large quantity of Condemned CondemnedMaterial CondemnedMaterial CondemnedMaterial
Material for the Postoffice Pbstoffice Depar Deparjtment Department Department
jtment jtmentComprising tment tmentComprising tmentComprisIng
Comprising In part Rev Sec Secand Sect Sectand Sectand
and Stationary Bookcases Roller RollerStanding RollerStanding RollerStanding
Standing and Flat Top Desks Ta Tables Tables Tables
bles Chairs Typewriter Desks Fil FilCases File FileCases FileCases
Cases Copying Presses Carpets CarpetsRugs CarpetsRugs CarpetsRugs
Rugs Linoleum Old Doors Neo Neostyle Neostyle Neostyle
style Typewriters large quantity o ocast of ofcast ofeast
cast awl wrought iron 2 Westinghouse Westinghouse Westing Westinghouse
house Engines Shafting RubheiI
I Hose Old Scales Letter Boxes Can Canjvas Cani Canvan
jvas vas Webbing Jute and other goods goodiino goodsno
i
ino t no longer serviceable to the Post Postoffice PostI Postoffice
office Department DepartmentI Depar DepartnentTerms enl enlTerms
I I Terms cash Goods must be re removed r rmoved yemoved ¬
moved day of sale
TRAMPING FROM ATLANTIC ATLANTICTO ATLANTICTO ATLANTICTO
TO THE PACIFIC COASTS COASTSTwo
Two Asbury Park Youths In Capital on Long Walk Wal to toLos toLos toLos
Los Angeles California CaliforniaWill Will Return In In InParlor InIl
1 1Parlor
Il Parlor Cars CarsI
I
Two travelers will leave hereIn
tomorrow morning on foot for Danville DanvilleVa DaRvilleVa DaSYiIIRVa
Va the next polntv polRt poIst OR their long Ion trip tripfrom tripfrom
from Asbury Park N J to Los An Angolos Angolo Angales I
gales Cal r rC 1 1C
C W Danleteon Danlel on and M 1 D Lewta Lewtaboth LeW Lew1 Lew1both f fboth
both of Asbury Asbur Park N J some > > ame time timeago tIm tImago
ago 80 decided to walk from their native nativecity nativecity
city to Los Angeles ADfe1e They undertook undertookthe undertookthe
the task becauae their frtonds tr told toldthem
them they jeould not do it and because becauseof becauseof
of the sport they theythought thought such a a jour journey journe30 Journey ¬
ney would afford affordThey tUIordThe affordThey
They The left Asbury Park on October 4 4for 4for 4for
for Trontod the first big city from fromthere fromthere fromthere
there they continued on to Philadel Philadelphia Phnadelphla PhiladelpOle ¬
pOle Baltimore and arrived here tired tiredbut tJredbut Uredbut
but happy Tomorrow they will con continue continue ¬
tinue their trip to the City of the An Angels Angels ¬
gels golne goln by the Southern Pacific Pacificrailroads PadftcraHroads PacMcrailroads
railroads Sunset Route from Ntw NtwOrleans NtwOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans Houston El Paso and Tuc Tucson Tucflon Tucson ¬
son They The expect to reach Los Angeles AngelesNegro AagelesPURSE AngelesPURSE
PURSE SNATCHER SNATCHERSOUGHT SNATCHERSOUGHT
SOUGHT BY POLICE POLIGENegro POLICENegro
Negro Suspected of Attacks Attackson
on Three Women WomenTvo WomenTvoHigllvaymen WomenTwoHighwaymen Two TwoHighwaymen
Highwaymen Wanted
I I
II
I Believing that the same n negro gro who whosnatched Whoa
I snatched a a pocketbook from Mrs Xr Ida IdaWad IdaI IdaWade
I Wad dE of CR IZ East Capitol street 8tr t also alsoattempted alsoattempted I II
I attempted to setae ses IIIe purses from Mrs MrsNora j
Nora Biggs ltt 1 Jefferson street and andi ani3lrs I
i Mrs 118 E M Cnappell 1 U K Oregon street streetnorthwest j jnorthwest Inorthwest
northwest police of the Second Sec nd and andEIgbth j
Eighth precincts today began a II IItematlc sy sytematic y ytematic
tematic search for a man suspected of ofhaving ofhaving I II
having M In l been > een in trouble previously for a asimilar aalmiiar asimilar
I similar offense offenseA otfen e eI
A separate parate squad of plainclothes men menaided menaided menaided
aided by detectives today began an the thehunt thebunt thehunt
I hunt for the two welldressed well4res e4 white men menwho menwho menwho
who last Ia t night held up and robbed Ed Edward EclI EdI ¬
I I ward 0 Cooper of Riverdate Md fd a ackrk aI
I ckrk in the Census Bureau BureauI BureauMr I
I Mr Cooper was on the east sld side we of ofFifteenth ofI ofFifteenth
I Fifteenth street northwj DOrtb northwiit t betweea betweeaaDd X Xand
1 and X streets about 9M 16 oclock when wheni wbelttwo whentwo
i two welldressed white men approached approachedhim approachedI
I him and asked him the time Then Thenone TheaI lIMa lIMaI
I I one grabbed Mn Inl around the nock JMCkI and andheld andheld
held him while 1le the ota other r rifled his pock pockets JIOoIkI peeketa ¬
I
I eta The highwaymen blsbwa eft obtained btal a pock pocketbook pocketbook pocketbook ¬
etbook containing coatatRID < < C and ned Up to tonoon tonoon tonoon
noon today no arrests had been reported reportedto
to police headcuartera headcuarteraIt
It was only a few f minutes beforo beforo93ft beforot3I bedoroI3
93ft I3 oclock that Mrs Wade Wa Wad e was at attacked attacked attacked ¬
tacked by b a negro thug thu at Sixteenth Sixteenthand Slxteeftthand Sixteenthand
and Swan streets northwest The be negro negrowrenched nrowreJKbPd negrowrenched
wrenched the womans handbag handba < < con containing cop coptalnlng coptaming ¬
taming 56 6 from her wrist and Del fled fledShortly fhdShortly fledShortly
Shortly after Mrs lrs Wade was w robbed robbeda
a negro answering anflw ring o the same descrip description delwrptlon deserjptIo ¬
tion tIo she furnished attempted to rob robMrs robMrs robMs
Mrs BiRSB and lid Mrs I Chapman ChaP IR several severalsquares MVeraJsquares severalsquares
squares away Th T The two women womeaat were wereat wereat
at Fifteenth and U streets when wlea te ten tiien thienegro
n negro ro o grabbed bbed at their satchels satch 1 but butfrlghttmed was wasfrightened wasfrightened
frightened off ot by the th womens screams screamsA aereaDiL aereaDiLA
A man whop wh whne name th t police pollc refused refusedtoday refiieedtoday tued tuedtMay
today to divulge is suspected The p0 police p0nce p0lice ¬
lice have been told to arrest htm on onsight ORsight ensight
sight sightWILL sightWILL sightWILL
WILL GIVE LECTURE LECTUREONATHROPOLOGY LECTUREON LECTUREON
ONATHROPOLOGY ON A THROPOLOGY
The opening o enlnt meeting of the Anthropo AnthropoIoIcal j jlogical
logical Society or Washington will 111 be beheld beheld
held at the Public Library Seventh and andK andK andK I
K streets northwest at S oclock to tonight tonight ¬ I Inight
night when an address wlU be made inadeby inadebyProf by byPro j jProf
Prof Pro Capitan Capitanthe pt the College of France France6R Franceon j jon
on 6R an Apereu stir LArcnelogle L LArchelo Archelol e Prehte PrehbJtortque Prehistorique j jtorkiuc
torkiuc de la France FranceThe j jThe jTne
The widely w dely known reputation of this thisdistinguished thisdistinguished i idtsUn
distinguished dtsUn l he archeologist on a subject subjectto
to which he has given ven so much atten attention attentfon attention ¬
tion presents a rare opportunity for forthose forthose forthose
those Interested in this science The Thelecture Thel Theltture
lecture l ture will be in the French language languageand languaceand languageand
and will be illustrated with lantern lanternslides lanternslides lanternslides
slides All those interested in anthro anthropology anthropog anthropolog ¬
pology pog are invited to attend attendWARNING attendWARNING i iWARNING
WARNING IS GIVJEN GIVEN GIVENOF j jOF
OF COUNTERFEIT COUNTERFEITThe COUNTERFEITt t
The Treasury Department has issued issueda ued j ja
a a warning against aK1ll 8t a new w counterfeit countes elt 18 18blU 10bill 18bill
bill of the series serle of lrl 1911The i iThe IThe
The certificate bears the check letter letterB I IB IB
B and contains the signature of J JW JW Jw
W Lyons Rsgster R ter of the Treasury Treasuryand Treasulyand Treasuryaiid
and Charles H Treat Treasurer of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States and the portraits of ofLewis orLewfs ofLewis
Lewis and Clark The bill te poorly exe executed exeI cxccuted
I cuted cutedKeep eutadKeep cutedKeep
Keep the Complexion Beautiful Beautifuladine BeautifulNadine j jNadine
Nadine adine Face Powder PowderIn PovderlIn
In Green Boxes Only OnlyProduces OnlyProduces
Produces a soft vel velv vel4f volvetv I
4f 1 v vetv appearance so somuch IIOF sonucii
F much admired and re rejv remains remains <
jv mains mains until washed washedoff Voaahedoff washedoff
> > off Purified br b a new newprocess newprocess newprocesaVIllnotdug
process procesaVIllnotdug procesaVIllnotdugdt Will not clog cl j j
i 1 the i > cree = e Harmless Harmlessfeij Harmle I
dt feij 1 as a water Prevents re rct7
t7 2 turn of discolorations dt coloratlonsj i iM I
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about ISO l days from the time they
left home or about the latter part of ofJanuary otJanuary ofJanuary
JanuaryThe JanuaryThe January JanuaryThe
The boys oYS carry letters from the As Asbury A Abury Asbury
bury Park Press Pr to the LOJ > < KT Angeles AngelesTimes AngelesTimes Dsel DselTlm
Times Tlm and credentials from tie board boardof boardot boaMof
of publicity of Asbury Park to the themayors themOIS theI
I mayors of the various cities v ilch Ich they theywill UteyI theywill
will touch en route They t nrfted ted cd Ce tLeMunicipal CeMunicipal CeMunicipal
I Municipal Building yesterday r fttttmoon fttttmoonI ternoon ternoonand
I and obtained ute signature 81 nature of Commis Commissioner Comm Commisstoner t tI ¬
I stoner Rudolph to their papers pa to show showthat abowthat ebowthat
that they had been in Washing WashIngton WuhlnflonThey WashIngtonThey ton tonThey
They also carry a letter from Acting ActingMayor AUDgMayor AatingMayor
Mayor T J 1 Winckler of Asbury Park Parkto Pukto Parkto
to the mayor of Los Lo Angeles AngelesWhen ADKeljMLWhen
When asked a ked if l they the werefgolag to re return return return ¬
turn afoot toot Lewis replied repliedNot repliedNot repliedNot
Not so that you could notice it Once Onceacross Onceacro Onceacross
across acro s the continent is enouxh for us uswere uswere mawere
were coming home in a parlor car for forI forLhlO
I 1800 miles is enough of a walk for any anyone anyone ¬
I one oneWhile While in Washington the boys are the theguests theSUe theguests
guests SUe t of Joseph Danletoon Dan181 on 23 t3 3 Tenth Tenthstreet Tenthstreet Tenthstreet
street southeast southeastTORPEDO southeastTORPEDO southeastTORPEDO
TORPEDO BOAT BLAST BLASTVICTIMS BLASTVICTIMS BLASTVICTIMSWILL
VICTIMS VICTIMSWILL WILL LIVE LIVESANTA LIVESANTA LIVESANTA
SANTA BARBARA Cal Oct IS ISSurgeons 1 1Surgeons ILSurgeons
Surgeons say today that the three men menwho menwho menwho
who were injured by the explosion of f a asalt aNit asalt
salt water evaporator on board the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States torpedo tor o boat destroyer destroyerTruxtun de destroyerTruxtun troyer troyerTruxtun
Truxtun yesterday ye terday afternoon will sur survive snrvlve survive ¬
vive although each was a5 seriously erloulr erloulrburned
burned about the face fac and hands handsThose baDdsThoIIe handsThose
Those hurt are Frank Lee Howard Howardtwentytwo Howardtwentytwo Howardtwentytwo
twentytwo fireman Salt Lake City CityHarry cttyHaIT CityHarry
Harry HaIT W Bailey twentyfour machinist machinistWashington machlDilltWashington machinistWashington
Washington D C and T J Kiernan Kiernantwentysix KIfmantwentyme Klernantwentyaix
twentysix electrician Albany N Y
I ITIRE
TAKOMA PARKITES PARKITES PARKITESTIREOF
TIRE TIREOF OF SLOW MAIL MAILCitizens MAILCitizens
Citizens Seek Change When WhenOne WhenOne WhenOne
One Letter Is Delayed DelayedThree DelayedThree DelayedThree
Three Days DaysTakoma DaysTakOlft DaysTakoma
Takoma Parks puotic IN uttttUos com committee comttee cornttee ¬
mittee ttee today e 7 te J considering complaintsrofcardiag complaints c EoinplalntsrcardIng olft1tla1nts4rdbtg
rofcardiag the handling flag of f mall The ThesenIce Theservios
senIce sen fOE was erittateeci at a meeting of ofthe o ofthe
the association tion last night J J A 0 Le LeClere LeClere
Clere said that drop letters mailed by byhim byhim
him Thursday morning were not deliv delivered deHvered dclivaiM ¬
ered until the following day yo W A AOrtoa
Ortoa 1on declared that a a letter mailed at atthe attile atthe
the Union Station OR Thursday was wasnot WIUJnot wasnot
not delivered until th the following foUowln > Sat Saturday 8turdU Saturday ¬
urday while EmIl Kreatzer alleged that thata
a letter mailed by b him lit had never been beendelivered been beendelIvered beendelivered
delivered eaueiag him an actual money moneylosti money10IItI moneylees
lees lostiThe 10IItIThe leesTb
The Tb matter was referred to the public publicutilities publicltUIU publicutilities
utilities ltUIU committee with instruction lnstrucion to tocarefully tocareiuUr tocarefully
carefully Investigate the th COmtJlalDlsThe complaIntsThe complaints complaintsThe
The reque request t of the Columbia Colum tL citizens citizensthat citizensthat citizensthat
that the association indorse a resolution resolutionadvocating resolutionadvocating resolutionadvocating
advocating an emergency annex to Gar Garfleld GarReid GarhOld
Reid Hospital was referred to a com committee comIIJlttee comIfllttee ¬
mittee B B Jenkins was elected elected as assistant ussistant asastant ¬
sistant secretary vice J Bond Smith Smithii Smithtcgaed Smithisgned
ii tcgaed signed w H Richardson Rehar RIChardeOp president presidento pre tdent
o th tM t Benning Citizens Association Associationaxl Associationad SIJOclatlon1d
axl 1d treasurer of the Federated Citizens CitizensAssociations CltJzensAuoeIatlolul CitizensAseociationa
Associations spoke spokeJ JtPOkeJ spokeJ
J I KEEFER TO LECTURE LECTURESteam LECTURESteam LEcTURESteam
Steam aDd the Modern Steam En Enirtne Enn Engina
gina n will be the subject of an illus illustrated JIIustralecl thustrated ¬
trated lecture which Joseph JOCIeI h I L Keefer Keeferwill Keeferwill Reeferwill
will give this evening before the Na National N Ntlonal National ¬
tional Association A odatlon of o Stationary Engi Engineers Engtn Engineers ¬
neers n No 1 of the District
= m AM AMThe
The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been beenin beenin beenin
in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of ofand ofand ofand
and has beenmndcunder been made under his per p personal r rL
L sonal supervision since its infancy infancyAllownoonetodcceiveyouin infancyS
S Allownoonetodcceiveyouin AlIow 31 < rw no one to deceive you in inAll this thisAll thisAll
All Counterfeit Imitations and Justasgood are but butExperiments butE butExperiments
Experiments E erimcnts that trifle with and endanger the health of ofInfants ofInfants o oIiifnnts
Infants and Children ChildrenExperience Experience agaiiist Experiment ExperimentCastoria fuperimentWhat ExperimentWhat
What is CASTO CASTORIA CASTORIACatoria RIA RIACafrtoria
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare Paregorlc Paregorie Paregoric
gorlc Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It Itcontains Itcontains Itcontaing
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic Narcoticsubstance NarcoticSUbSL1nc Narcoticsubstance
substance Its age is its guarantee guan > > iltee It destroys Worms TFonnsand Wormsand Wormsand
and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoja Diarrh a and Wind WindOolic WImIColic WindColic
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation Constipationand Constipationand Constipationand
and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the theStomach theStomach theStomach
Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep sleepThe sleepThe sleepThe
The Childrens Panacea PanaceaThe The Mothers oth s Friend FriendGENUINE FriendCENUIE
GENUINE CASTORA ALW ALWAYS ALWAYSBeare AYS AYSTHC
Bears tho th Signature of ofTto ofThe
The KM You Have Always Bought BongMIn
In Use For Over SO Years YearsTMC
THC CNTAUH COMPACT 77 MUflHAV BTWirT EET NCWVaRK N 0 ilK CRY CRYDo crrrd crrrtarz CZTYLow
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noW ABOUT YOUR TEETH TEETHDo
Do you realize how very Important it is that your our teeth teethshould t teethshould eth ethshould
should be in good condition There is nothing more Injuri Injurious InjurlOU8 Injuri0u8 ¬
ous to to your health than decayed and aching teeth The longer longeryou lODgeryou longeryou
you put off having them fixed the harder theyll t eyll be to fix My Mymethods Xymethods Mymethods
methods are absolutely absolute painless and reliable and all my m work workis workis ork orkis
is guaranteed See me today todayEXAMINATION todayEXAMINATIOl1 todayEXAMINAtflON
EXAMINATION FREE FUSSMY FREEMY FREElIlY
MY PATENT P ATErIT SUCTION TK TKWILL TIli 1 IH IHWILL
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Bridgework BridgeworkFillings BridgeNorkfillings VJ p9 4YJ 4YJlillings
Fillings in Gold Silver SilverPlatinum SilverPlatinum SilverPlatinum
Platinum and Porcelain PorcelainEASY PorcelainEASY PorcelainEASY
EASY PAYMENTS PAYMENTSD d dr
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42729 Seventh Street N W WOver wOer WOver
Over Iranil Inlon nloD Tea Co CoLargest CoI CoLargest
Largest and Mont Thoroughly Equipped Parlors In Washing IVashinRton Washington allhlnJ allhlnJton
I I ton Appointment May be Made By D Telephone TelephoneVe TehephonWe lelcphne
We Ve e keep open until S p m t for the accommodation of tho those tboeho thosewho e ewho
who ho cannot come during durfn the tfay ay Sunday SUDdu hours > 10 0 to 4 4BALTIMORE 4DAITDIORE 4BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE OFFICE 30 1 West C t Lexington Street StreetPHILADELPHIA StreetrnILDELrIIIA StreetPHILtDELPIIL
PHILADELPHIA OFFICE S E Cor Eighth and Market MarketStreets JlarketStreet MarketStreets
Streets StreetC StreetsI
I S L i When hen coming to my office always alVtlysbe alwaysI
C I A U T g I 0 N I be sure you are In the right rlg t place Re Remember Remember ReS
S member the name Dr Wyeth and andthe andthe andthe
the number f427429 7th streot
I
D A R CHAPTER MEETS MEETSContinental MEETSConUnenta1 MEETSContinental
Continental Chapter 1 D > A R Ro bold 1IeIdIts boldits aekiits
its first meeting of the season se soa la i Con Continental Continental Continental ¬
tinental Halt yesterday afternoon atter 008 Miss XiwMabel XIII8Mabel MissMakel
Mabel Makel Louise LoulseWhlt White the newly elected electedregent electedroge electedregent
regent roge 1t president and Mrs David White Whitean Whitean Whitsan
an industrial school worker made snort snortaddresses shortaddresses
addresses on the mountain schools of ofthe ofthe
the South
The wildest dreams of bargain seekers were wererealized wererealized wererealized
realized yesterday in our ourWe ourGigantic ourGigantic
Gigantic lowestprice lowestpriceI lowest price pricef
I f I K < ug g sale saleI
We prepared big for this thissale thisI thissale
I sale 8I e but the results re alts went wayabl wayahead way wayahead
ahead of our most sst t aangvtne aangvtneexpectations ensgymsexpectations plDe
I expectations Women saw sawthat sawthat W WtJaat
that every 17 offering derta < < was a big bigbargain bigbargain bIgI
li bargain and bovght boq t The rugs rugsrepresent ruesaa rugsrepresent
I I represent an entire line of ofsamples otJM
n samples and JM trial patterns patternsfor patternsI
I for itt 111 Of some lots we sold soldotct MIdI soldin
I in oat completely pJetely but we expect expectto expe expeI expecttlI41 <
to have enough of the follow followin toiloWIa followmt
I tlI41 in mt for Wednesdays seilln seillnA selllRJ selling sellingA
A SMALL DEPOSIT DEPOSITSERVES BE BESERVES
SERVES TAXYl TAXYlD5 ANT RUG
2250 an and 2500 9 by 12ft 12ftrugs g gAxminster D5 D59IT
I xnrinster rugs rugsPerfect 1 598 598Perfect e ePerfect 9IT 8
Perfect but a trifle mismatched Choice of Alex AI x Smith Sons Sonsand SonsI Sonsand
and Cochran Essex brand rugs in oriental allover and medallion medallionpatterns medallionpatterns medallionpatterns
I patterns
S
J ft4OOO
4000 to t 4500 4500a 9 by 12ft 12ftGenuine 12ftGenuine
a 9 7 c
Genuine Wilton ragsStandard rags rugs9e75 rugs9e75Standard I IStandArd
Standard Wiltoa Rugs made of finest yarns and the softest softestrichest softestrich softestrichest
richest rich t and most mo t durable rugs obtainable Choice of medallion medallionoriental medall1onorien medallionoriental
oriental orien tal conventional and floial fbi al a effects effects50c etrecta50c effects50c
50c and 60c 2yds wide
wide38c 38 38c square squareyard
Linoleum D 0 a 0 C yard yardGenuine yardGenuine yardGenuine
Genuine Corkfilled LJnoelnms in tile parquetry floral oraJ mat mattins mattJng matting
tins and wood patterns also al o plain brown Choice of IS 1 different differentpatterns dltIerenpalt differentpatterns
patterns palt rns
2500 to 3000 9 by 12ft 12ftHeaviest 12fLI
17 I 798 798Heaviest 98
I I Axminster xntlnster rugs rugsHeavle
Heaviest Heavle t Alex Smith tc Sons Royal Axminster Rugs and andCochrans andCochrans andCochrans
Cochrans Essex E sex brand Axmlnsters is 1 allover conventional and andmedallion andI andmedallion
I medallion patterns rich effects
7S 751 and SI 511 S AX AXMINSTER A AXZIXSTER
MINSTER HAIT HAITKUNIvKRS HALLRUNNXRS I
KUNIvKRS sizes Several Severalsizes SeveralsFees 5 98 5
4 to 5 WILTON WILTONVELVET WILTONVELVET
VELVET STRIPS STRiPSFT l 8 8FT c11 98
i
FT LONG LONG5l25 i tD tDlSt
5l25 125 lSt and n4I 15 6 by b
9 ft ft AXMINSTER AXMINSTERA2TD A AXMINSTERAND STER STERAlD 9 90
AND VELVET RUGS qi a D 0
Embroidered collars collarsWorth collars11c collarslic
11c 11cI licWorth
Worth 25c 25cChoice 25cI
I
I I Choice of at least 1 1t different differentstyles dUt differentI ent
I styles of embroidery embroideryEmbroidered
I Embroidered Linen Collars in inhich 1nbien Inhigh
high medium or low widths aDd aadsizes andS
S a1f sizes stzesFtrst First floor
1
The latest latestMisses latestI latestMisses
I Misses and childrens childrensJockey childrensJockey s sJockey
Jockey boots bootsThese bootsI bootsThese
I These are in highcut styles very verychic ve vechic ey eyI
chic for young girls or children childrenIn c childrenIn l1dren l1drenI
I In the following leathers leathersPatent leathersI leathersPatent
I I Patent coltsfcln vamp dull kid kidtop kidtop kidtop
top with patent leather collar collarGun collarGun collarGun
Gun metal vamp vam with dull top topand tApand tpand
and patent leather collar collarThis collarThis collarThis
This styto styi of a shoe is very ery scarce scarceand scarceand scarceand
and hard to get at any price price For Forthe Forthe Forthe
the qualities we offer our prices pricesare pricesare pricesare
are exceptionally low as follows followsto
8 84 to 11 fL fLtt 0
11 tt to 2 2Second 5251 5251Second 51 51Second
Second floor Oot5boes Shoes
CLUBHOUSE PLANNED PLANNEDPlans PLANNEDPlaa PLANNEDPlaiis
Plans for a a ehtbhouee are vadr con consideration 000sWeratIon coosideradon ¬
sideration by the tit LataA LttnAmerlJR ecfca Ctab Ctabwhich CtubwJtJcll chibwhich
which is composed coinpo = ed of Latin Americas Americasresidents AJMr1canre Amminanresidents
residents re ldentIJ of Washington uhbatDIL Tiv T To < j otfteers otfteersof omeerof oLAceraof
of the club are Leo Baiz preoMent preoMentEnrique Ple pre6entEnrique ldent ldentEnrique
Enrique Leon vice preaMeat Pedro PedroLeguena PedroLegu PedroLeguena
Leguena Legu secretary G Heraandez Heraandeztreasurer BerMDdntr8 Beraandeztreasurer
treasurer tr8 Urer board of director Carlos M MUtoeni Me MeL MTb
L Tb Utoeni ni H Hernandez and ad Pedro Mora
I 5 5Fresh rH 8USY CORNER
Fresh justmade peanut brittle 12c lb
I I II Busy Corner CornerCoffee CornerCoffee CornerCoffee
Coffee 21c lbLtt lbLet lb IbLet
Let the demonstrator serve serveyou serveyou serveyou
you with a cup
Wedne6dayonly Wednesday only
15c Sunshine Sunshinecakes Sunshinecakes Sunshinecakes
cakes for 9c 9cPresh 9c1r 9cFresh
Fresh 1r fjr Wednesdays buy buyers 1tyer4JMI buyers ¬
ers er4JMI aad better than ever everThird er erThtr41 0 0Third
Third floor
I S14U 145t 14 9 by 13 l ft ftALL ftALL
ALL WOOL BRUS BROSSOLS BRUSSIIlS BRUSsgLjs 9 98
SOLS RUGS t tSlS5t S Ssiigi
SlS5t to 17 WIL WItTON t
TON HALL RUN HU3CNERS JtUN1ERS RUNNERS 9 98
NERS Several sizes sizes3s sizesSH < e
3s SH It > by S3 in inFRINGED in1le Irt IrtFRINGED
FRINGED AXMIN AXMINSTER AXJrlINER AXMINSTER 1 98
STER ER RUGS II
lOc Chambray for for6c for6k
6c 6 c a yard yardChambray yardChambcaT yardChambray
Chambray is l a very good fabric fabricfor fabricI bdc bdcr
r I for the making of childrens wash washschool washI washdreIJees washschool
school dresses or womens house housedresses houseIt housedreeses
dresses dressesIt dreesesit
It is 27 7 inches wide wideChoice wideChoice wideChoice
I Choice of such colors as DaVY aavytan DaVYlan navytan
tan light lI ht blue pink green gray graybrown graybrown graybrown
brown aDd oxblood oxbio < d L
I Really Reallybewitchingly bewitchingly be vitchingly pretty prettyWorth prettyTrimmed prettyTrimmed
Trimmed hats hatsI
I
I i I 500 special sale saleNo I II
I I No matter how critical you are you youwfll youW
i Worth W th I will be able to find a a becoming and at atthe
I or I the same me time a stylish trimmed hat hatfrom hatI
from among these at 55 5 L No two alike alikeand
1 1000 10
750 7 50 to t 0 00
I I and Ci yet over two hundred to select selectfrom selctfrom selectfrom
from Here are th the shapes Mal you will wIIl1Dd wIIl1DdMilitary find findMilitary findS
S Military hats Draped turbans Turkish turbans turbansTamoshanter
I Tamoshanter Large roll hats Tailored hats hatsDrooping hatsDrooping
II I I Drooping brim hats Velvet picture hats And others othersThe othersI
J
I The color ranee range is a large one embracing embraciD the new royal blues bronze bronzegreens bronzeI
I greens ens cerise and of course the popular all black or blackandwhite and andstaple andstaple andstaple
11 staple navy brown light blue hunters green tan and many others othersMany othersMany othersMany
Many of the hats have crowns of a Persian silk or tapestry with the brim brimor brimOf brimi
i or 0 velvet evet or silk silkTrimmings silkTrimmings
Trimmings are gold cords quills wings Ings velvets ribbons ri ns and ad every everyother everyother everyother
II other kind that has been shown this season season2d HUOnI
I i I 2d d dlloorMilhinaiyparlors floor OOOrItIIlnerv Millinery parlors p or orI
Pure silk thread threadoot threadBoot threadBoothosiery
Boot Boothosiery Boothosieryat oot hosiery hosieryat J
at 45c 45cA
A single pair of these the P will con convert convert convert ¬
vert you to their use Here H e are aresome aresome aresome
some of the important features teat that tnatmake tJlatmake thatmake
make for good appearance good goodwear goodand goodweai
wear and comfort comfortHas comforotHap1 comfortHas
Has Hap1 a very ery elastic top topReinforced tHReinforced topReinforced
Reinforced at the knee with lisle lislethread Halethread lislethread
thread threadHas threadHae threadHas
Has a full fa fashioned hlonE leg
Purethread J Uk k where it shows showsReinforced showsReinforced Ws WsReinforced
Reinforced fee > and toe toeA toeA toeA
A pair w nl nly ly cost lie c here Ja In InMack Inblack Inblack
black ruiy ruiyITrrt ctylirrt alY alY1Inrt
ITrrt floor ftotKHOIriery Hosiery Dept
III II III
I I 150 French voile 79c yd ydVoiles ydI
I Voiles are high In favor this season for such graceful banging and andclinging aDdI andclinging
clinging fabrics are required f for > r the new fashions faabloDILThis fashionsThis fashionsThis
This is an imported French Vollet V oUe 44 inches wide all black with withbroken wtthbroken withbroken
I broken checks and andWeve plaids plaidsWeve plaidsWeve
Weve only onl 12 1 pieces = to sell 011 ll Wednesday edn864lay at Tic a yard yardso so be an anearly anI anearly
early buyer to secure the quantity desired dSlred1 1st t floor ftoerDre Drees s Goods Ar Arcade Arcade Arcede ¬
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