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THE rri WASHIXGTON TDIE ES 3TOXDAT 3rO 1AY OCTOBER 31 1910 5
FIVE i LITTLE ITTLI ITTLIDestitute ONES ONESWITH ONESWITHGUT
WITH WITHGUT U r A HOME HOMED
Destitute D titute Children Orphan Orphaned ¬
ed By Train Await Com Coming Coming CorningofAunt ¬
ing ingofAunt ingofAuntPARENTS of Aunt AuntPARENTS AuntPARENTS
PARENTS KILLED KILLEDWALKING KILLEDxrA
WALKING xrA KING TRESTLE TRESTLEAlason TRESTLE111ason
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Alason J Gray and Wife fife Meet MeetDeeth 1leetDeth
Death Near Home At AtTuxedo AtTuxedo AtTuxedo
Tuxedo Md MdWilk MdVItk d dWJUt
Wilk the arrival of f Mrs frs Elisabeth ElisabethMcKeewn XIbethIcKwB XISbeUMcKewn
McKeewn oC Pennsylvania a M sister of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the dead woman OftMlft there will be a con conference conftreooe conferenee ¬
ference of relatives rela ttves today to decide decidewhat decldwhat deckkwhat
what to de with the Ave children of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr and Mrs Mason J Gray th the couple couplewho couplwho couplewho
who were killed by a freight train at atTuxedo atruxedo atTuxedo
Tuxedo Prince George county Mo MoSaturday MaSaturday ri riSaturday
Saturday night nightThe nlehtThe nighiThe
The little ones who 00 watched all night nightfor nightfor nightfor
for the return of their parents only to tobe tJbe tobe
be told at daybreak ql f the disaster disasterwhich lIlsaaterwhich disaterwhich
which had overtaken them are Mason Masonaged Masonaged auMHI auMHIaged
aged fifteen Louise Loul e thirteen Lester Lesterten LilU Lssterton I Iten
1 ten Maurice aurl eight bt and Aloysius Aloy iUIJ five fiveThey AveThey
They are being Ing cared for by neighbors neighborsAY neIhho neIhhosho
AY sho ho yesterday raised 30 N > tor their im immediate lromediate lxiimediate ¬
mediate support supportBesides supporteakJt supportBeekies
Besides eakJt Mrs McKeown the mother motherIs
Is survived by two other sisters boUt botiiof boUtor bothof
of whom reside in Washington They Theyare Theyard Theyare
are Mrs George Kemp who lives at
1214 Seventh street northwest and
Mrs Anna Moulton Moult n of 2HtS O8 S F 10 street streetsouthwest > streetEouthwest > treetsouthwest
southwest She he Is 1 also survived by a
brother Thomas C Hill whose ho e home
Is at Eighth i hth and G streets southwest southwestAttorney lJouthwestAttorney southwestAttorney
Attorney Robert Wells Yell is assisting
the family to make some arrange arrangements arrangementa arrangements ¬
ments for the children The case C9 is an anextremely anxtrEomel anextremely
extremely xtrEomel perplexing one and as yet yetno yetno yetflO
no plan has been agreed a reed upon for fortheir fortlelr fortheir
their permanent support supportBodies iupportBodies supportBedlea
Bodies in Bladensburg BladensburgThe Bladensbur BladensburThe
The bodfes of the unfortunate par parents parents parexits ¬
ents are at Gascas undertaking es establishment cctabi ¬
tablishment tabliSh tabi Ishmen ment t in Ij Bladensburg Funeral Funeralarrangements Funeralarrangements
arrangements have not been made madebut madebut madebut
but the interment probably will take takeplace takeplace taket I
t place tomorrow Mrs Gray Gra > was a amember aluember aiLiembtr
member of the Catholic Caureh and andthe andthe andthe
the family has requested the church churchauthorities churchauthorltie churchauthoritieS
authorities to allow both bodies bodl s to be beburied belJuried beburied
buried in St Marys Cemetery Cemoter CemoterIr
Mr Ir and Mrs Mr 1rs Gray Gra who were lOre on their theirway theirwa theirway
wa way home hOI about 10 It oclock Saturday Saturdaynight Saturdayni Saturdaynight
night ni ht when they were struck by the thetrain thetrain thetrain
train were ere crossing a trestle that spans spansBeaver spanslscaer spansBeaver
Beaver Dam The site of the accident
is within 200 O yards of their house > For Forlifteen Forlifteen oOI oOIl
lifteen l ftef > n years ears they th > had crossed cros ed this trestla trestlatogether trHtJtogether trestlmtogether
together every Saturday night and they theywere tbeyW theywere
were W > r > posted as to the schedules of oftrains oftrains oftrains
trains trainsThe trainsThe trainsThe
The children always remained up
to welcome them on their return Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday nights and so alarmed did they theyecome
become ecome at their failure to arrive that thatnot thatnot thatnot
not one went to sleep but kept hud ¬
lied close to the window trying to topierce topitrce topierce
pierce the darkness for a glimpse of
the familiar figures ftJur returning home
It was 6 oclock In the morning mornln be ¬
fore they were ere informed of the
tragedy
Negro Fines BeftJes BeftJesMurray BeiesMurray uUes uUesMurray
Murray Owens a negro o discovered dtse ned the th thbodies
bodies about two hours after toe acci accident aectdent accident ¬
dent is supposed to have occurred They
Lad been beenthron thrown about 3W 00 feet ami wI
were horribly mMstodkArbasket mnas1ed mnas1edJroi1ions < < faf
provisions includingV Inludl live l Ily t4 iixi fhicken k ken n was wa aI
found under the trestle trestleWhen t1eStieWhen tretIeWhen
When Owens gave ga > his tettimony t tlmony be ¬
fore > a coroners II jury jUl yesterday terday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon if It was decided to hokl an inquest inquestirestent inquestrExt inguesirext
rExt Saturday when hen an attempt will
be made to have ae the crew of the tralq traii traiitresent
irestent The Jury could not agree a < < ree yes ¬
terday The fact that the train did
rot stop sto has increased the mystery con concerning conclrning concrrnIng ¬
cerning the accident
Gray Gra hat worked for K t K G Gummell Gummella
4 a contractor cont tactor of this city cn for or twenty tf >
years and had th tho reputation of being belnmcober
sober and industrious H Half lf of his hisweeks hl hlwe h hweeks
weeks we ks salary was as found in his pocket pock t
His Hi iim wife was accustomed to join him I I
In the city eit on Saturday Saturd < afternoons when I I IthEY
they would do most of their shopping
for the th following week The last seen seenof seenof I Ior
of them was shortly shortl before 10 oclock
Saturday night when they the left the street streetcar streetcar streelcar
car at Kenilworth and started on their theiralk theirwalk r ratk
walk alk of more than a mile to their house
It is believed ht > lievfd that th t the train which whichstruck I
k struck them was wa 10 not regularly re < < ttlarh scbeO scbeOulfti scbauI scheUltd
ulfti uI or Gray and his hi wife would not not8P noi1ave
1 1ave ave attempted to cross the > trestle tre < tle at I
the tll hour lour they iH 01101 01101r j
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TIMES WANT W ANT AD PUZZLERS PUZZLERSWILL PUZZLERSWILL PUZZLERSWILL
WILL GO TO THE THEATER THEATERJohnO
JohnO John J ohn 0 Slye E R Conner Miss S Katzen WP WPHoughton WPHoughton W P PHoughton
Houghton and Miss Minnie Whitehead Whiteheadthe Whiteheadthe
the Lucky Contestants
The Times Tim os Want Ad proWom huntersare hunterse hunters huntersare
are e still tlll on the job jobAfter j jebAfter b bAfter
After a weeks vacation the Want ant Ad AdMan Adan d dMan
Man an sprang sprang another of his hi little brain braintwisters braintyl brainwisters
twisters tyl t tcrs yesterday o terda afternoon and today todayrewarded todayrewaroetl toIayewarded
rewarded r fie of the searchers with wthseats w witheats th th8ets
seats s to the Columbia Theater this week weekThe weekThe
The problem published in the Sunday SundayEvening SundaErnlnft
Evening Edition of f The Times consist consisted ¬
ed e d of supplying the names of cissalfica cissalficattonH cl8 claseificaions I ca catlon14
et
ions t on the want ad pages in such teh a amanner aJ amanner
manner J that their initial letters should shouldforn shouldforn
f forn ornx the phrase phra > > e Times Want Ads AdsThe AdsThe AdsThe
The correct solutions received that thatshowed thatshowed
showed s the greatest t originality were weresent werent woreent
sent s nt by the following followingThis foliowingCOTTON ollolngCOTTON
COTTON INTERESTS INTERESTSroo
roo MUCH FOR HYDE HYDEThis
This Is Reason Given By ByFormer ByFormer ByFormer
Former Statistician for forResignation fDrResignation forResignation
Resignation ResignationInability
Inability to cope with the Southern SouthernCotton Sout SouthernCotton rn rnCotton
Cotton Association which hleb he sayp saypwas A Aa sty
was a waging wa lnl a tremendous fight flghtagainst ftg fightagainst t taealn
against aealn t him was as the reason assigned assignedtoday aaltfgnedtoday aseignedtoday
today by John Hyde former static statistician ataUtlclan statictician ¬
tician of the Department of Agricul Agriculture Agriculture Agrieulture ¬
ture for his hi resignation of o that office officeupon olffceUIn officeupon
upon the disclosure of the famous cot cotton cotton cotton ¬
ton leak scandal S < 1ndal about live years ago agoHis agoHis agoHis
His trip abroad and his continuous continuousabsence continuousabsence continuousabsence
absence from his home since then he hedeclared hedecJared hedeclared
declared were urged ur ed by his hi physi physicians physicians phyciclans ¬
cians ciansExplaining ciansExplaining clansExplaining
Explaining the attitude of the South Southern Southrn ¬
ern em rn Cotton Association A he said The Theastioclation Thea Theassociation
association a latlon whose most active officer officerwas otrie8ras
was wa as subsequently sUb equeRUy shown to have been beenat beenat beenat
at that very time speculating on the thecotton thecotton thecotton
cotton exehange was making a tre tremendous trelnendous tremnendous ¬
mendous fight against me as static statistician IItatlstielan staticticia ¬
tician ticia simply because becau a recent official officialreport officialreport
report of otmine mine was adverse to certain certainpersonal certlnpersonal certainpersona
personal interests Intere ui of this officer I Iwas Iwas
was on the verge of physical coltepse coltepsedue collip coiiipeedue e edue I
due to neurasthenia and I felt unable unableto
to continue the unequal struggle struggleagainst stru struggieagainst gle gleagainst I
against so powerful an organization organizationWould organlzatlonWould organizationWould
Would Have HaveHad Won WonHad WonHad
Had I continued the fight fi ht however howeverI h01l er erI
I should certainly have come out on ontop ontop ontop
top as developments clearly roved rovedBut rovedBut rovedBut
But I was assured as ured on the very highest highestmedical hhhe3tmedical highestmedical
medical authority that I could not live livesix livesix livesix
six months > It I remained here My Lot Ivmdon VtCdon Lotdon
don physician an eminent expert who whotreated whotreated I
treated me in that city about
a year yearprior yearprior ear I Iprior
prior to that time counseled a stay in inEurope InEurope inEurope I
Europe and eventually eventu Jly urged a long sea seavoyage 5M 5Mvoyage se sevoyage
voyage I west eat at from there to Japan Japanand Japanand ptUI ptUIand
and was six weeks at sea As the t e re result rcsuIt resuit ¬
suIt of an entire change ch e of work wk and andenvironment andenvironment andenvironment
environment I am now in better health healththan boa1ththan holtiithan
than I have enjoyed for twenty years yearsSuspicion yearsSuspicion 8r 8rSuspicion
Suspicion Unjust UnjustReferring UnjuatReferrlag UnjustReferriug
Referring to the suspicion that at attached attathed attached ¬
tached to him in ccnsequence of his hisresignation hisres hisresignation
resignation res naUon and long absence and par particularly particularly particuiariy ¬
ticularly on account of his absence absenceduring ab absenceduring erw = e eduring
during the trial of the offenders lie liechaarcterlzes hechaarcterlzec Ie Iechaar
chaarcterlzes chaar terlzea it as unfounded and andgrossly andgrotIaJly andgrosIy
grossly unjust The Secret Service Servicemen Servicemen rvlce rvlcemelt
men cleared me of o all suspicion he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said saidTo saidTo
To some day dR represent repre ent the Unitwl UnitwlStates tnit UnitndStates od odStates I
States in the diplomatic service in Japan Japanis
is believed to be the present aim of o Mr MrHyde j jHyde IHyde
Hyde He spent about three years out outof outof outof
of the five ft > years of his absence in that thatcountry tluttcountry thatcountry
country Mr Hyde is now writing ritln the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter chapters of a book on Japan JapanI
1 would take my family to Japan Japane
he e said saldU if my m children were muc much muchvo muciyotnrer i iounper L
ounper vo nJer And I would stay there too tooThe tooThe
The limate suits me exactly and I Ilove Ilove I Iiove
love he Japanese people Do not foe focget foeget or orget
get that I also love the American neo oeople neopiE nonpIe
piE more than ever everMr eerWI everMr
Mr Hyde will a 11I settle down to some someemployment somemploment someemployment
employment here but as yet et has no noplans no1lan nujilans
plans
John O Slyc 11SB street atrQ t southeast southeastTS
E K Connor 121 11I Eye street north northwest BOrthw88t ¬
west westMiss westMiss
Miss 11 S Katzen the Alabama AlabamaW Ibaseav
W v P Houghton 3W1 4l l Kalerama road roadMiss roadliss roadMiss
Miss liss Minnie Whitehoad Whieh who failed to toglo togle toto
glo g to her home address addr but who is em empi empi outyed
pi p yed in the Bureau of Printing and andEngraving andEngra adngraving
pE
Engraving EngravingThe Engra E ngravingThe Inc IncThe
The Old Homestead Is the attrac attraction aUraCHon attraeIon ¬
Hon to ti which a ialr aIr of tickets will III be begiven beghen beiven
given g iven each of these the e five winners winnersThe winnersThe winnersThe
The veteran veter n Denman Thompson Thomp on wUl willhlimioir wUlblmtleJf wUlimself
hlimioir h appear alp8 r in the role with which whichhis whichhit hleh hlehhi
his name has ha so long been n identified identifiedMontana IdentifiedBLIND IdeutitledBLIND
BLIND GIRLS HOPES HOPESPINNEO HOPESPINNED
PINNED TO SENATORS SENATORSMontana
Montana Solons Interested InterestedIn
In Miss WhittonsFight WhittonsFightto
to Free Brother BrotherFriends BrotherIrlettds BrotherFriends
Friends of Miss Dolly Whitton hltton the theyo the0Uttg theyosiag
yo yosiag 0Uttg mg blind girl who 110 is fighting to ob obtain obtain obale ¬
tain t the release rel e of her brother Harvey HarveyWhitton HarvfYVltltton liarveyWhitton
Whitton from the Montana State penl penltofttiary PfnltOR pnitoatiary
tofttiary tOR tiar announced annouD < ed today that thattors tteim tteimtors Sormtors
tors Carter Cartt > r and Nixon lxon of Montana will willprobably willprobably wiliprobably
probably use u e their influence with Gov Governor Governor Go Goernor ¬
ernor Norris of that State in order to toget toget toget
get Whitton hltton pardoneff pardoneffThe prtloneThe pardofltdThe < <
The interest inter t of both Senators was wasaroused wasarotalled wasaroused
aroused ten montJ ago when the theblind theblind theblind
blind girl irl began the fight for her herbrothers herbrothers herbrothers
brothers freedom and she is hopeful hopefulthat hopefulthat lopeCulthat
that the pressure which hlch they will m bring bringto
to bear upon Governor Norris will re result result itsuit ¬
sult in victory for her cause eau causeIn e eIn
In the movement to obtain the par pardon pardon pardon ¬
don a number of 0 prominent ecclesias ecclesiastics 4Clestutics ecclestaatics ¬
tics will m also Join The Rev Richard RichardP
P Williams of Trinity Episcopal EpiscopalChurch Epi EpiscopalChurch op1 op1Church
Church will m interest his congregation congregationand
and will circulate a petition ltIon to Gov Governor Governor GO GOernor ¬
ernor Norris asking a kln that the prisoner prisonerbe
be released Bishop Brewer of Mon Montana Montana Moetans ¬
tana will 111 be asked to present this thisletter lhltletter thisletter
letter to Governor NorrU orrt together t08eth r wltb witha
a letter setting before b tor nlm the pathetic patheticplight patheticplhcht
plight of the prisoners young sister sisterin eismtrhi
in Washington WashingtonHarvey Va8lai llfton llftonHarvey
Harvey Whitton hitton now a man of thirty thirtyseven thlrtyevrn thirtyseven
seven has already served seventeen seventeenyears seventeenyears entefn entefnyears
years in the Montana Mont State Dfnitvii Dfnitviiage Dtnlt n ntiary
tiary to which he was enntctfld at the theage tti ttiage
age of twenty tent for a term of eighty elgntyyears eightyyears eightyyears
years on the ground of having tKeu tKeuan I utenan n nan
an accessory ae ry to the th < IIJ murder of a sheriff sheriffnear aheritnt sherifinear
near nt > r Virginia City Mont According Accordingto Atcordinto
to the statement of o Whitton he fell fellinto fdlInto fellinto
into the company of a desperado de peratlo and andwas andwas
was in thr th same house with Uh this man manwho manho manwho
who ho committed the murder murderCOMINGS murderC01V1INGS murderCOMINGS
COMINGS APPOINTED APPOINTEDNEW APPOINTEDNEW APPOINTEDNEW
NEW YORK YORKASSAYEI YORKASSAYEIDirector ASSAYER ASSAYERDirector ASSA YER YERDirector
Director of Mint Roberts Says SaysChoice SaysChoice Say5Choice
Choice Is Continuation of Policy Policyof
of Reorganization ReorganizationThe
The aw amwHntMent iiUment of oCGeo George R Com Comings Con1Ings Cornings ¬
ings a aoffice a5 assayer at the New ew York a88 a88oHice assay assayoffice
office to succeed H G Torrey who Whosi re resigned Fesigned ¬
signed si ned two weeks ax a can to take effect effectNovember etCectoember effectNovember
November 1 was announced from the theTreasury theTreasury theTreasury
Treasury Department today todayThe todayThp todayThe
The new ne1 change aceordln to George GeorgeE Geo GeoE
E Robert director of 0 the mint is isbut isbut isbut
but a continuation of the policy of re reorganization r roranizatlon itornizatIOn ¬
organization recently reee ntly begun be n in the I De Departrnent > e epartment
partment partmentFIRE vartmen1FIRE partrnentFIRE
FIRE IN WOODSHED WOODSHEDFire I
Fire r irc the cause of which is not known knownoccurred knownoccurred knownoccurred
occurred in a woodshed in the rear of
427 G street northwest last night Th Thdamage The Thedamage I
damage to the building is estimated e at atabout atabout
I
about 300 3 JI The shed belonged to tf t a ahouse ahou ahouse
house hou e occupied by b Olge Newman I
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Carl Car1Aerbachs Auerbachs Stod of Mens Sweaters Knit KnitGoods Knit6ooth
Goods Underwear at 1 and less than 1 Price PriceOpportunity PriceOpportunity
Opportunity is loudly knocking at the door of every man in this sale of the Carl Auerback stock of
Mens Sweaters Cardigan Jackets Knit Goods and Winterweight Underwear bought from the estate
of the late Carl Auerbach at about fifty cents on the dollar dollarThe dollarThe I IThe
The house of Auerbach catered to two generations enerations of Washington men and enjoyed an enviable
reputation for reliable quality go ods It was particularly noted for its complete lines of Mens Sweaters
Cardigan Jackets and Underwear This fact emphasizes the importance of the present offering offe ng of Carl
Auerbachs entire stock of winter weight goods at onehalf and less than onehalf regular price prkes
Mens If > ns English Cape and Russian
Dogskin Kid Gloves al alJ also o Mocha MochaS O < ha
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navy gray Jrt red champagne eham ne green greenwhite grNnwhit greetwhite
white > also green with bed borders bordersgray bordtrsgray bordersgray
gray and nd navy naY gray and maroon maroonetc maroonft marcorift
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borders all sizes sizesAuerbache sizesAuerbachs
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BRITISH JACKIES JACKIESLANDED JACKIESLANDED
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LANDED IN PERSIA PERSIAi PERSIALONDON PERSIALONDON PERSIALONDON
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LONDON Oct 31 31A A British naval I
force Han Jla been landed at LJngah Per Perate Perala Persea
ate to protect foreigners threatened threatenedwith threatenedwith I
with a raid by 3009 tribesmen accordj accord I
InK to a news agency dispatch received
here hareThe hererhe hereThe
The Persian government govemmentfearlng fearing that
this action was part of a plan to seize
territory for England En laDd demanded the thewithdrawal thewithdrawal
withdrawal of the jackles jacklesS jacklesI
I S
1 200 Pieces of 18in 18inReular 18irtI 18iaAntiseptic =
I Antiseptic Birdeye BirdeyeRegular I
Regular Price P ce 75c 75cStrictly 75cI 75c35c
I 5Se Piece PieceStrictly I IStricti
Strictly Stricti first quality Antiseptic
Blrdeye IS in wide put up in sealed sealedpackage JIeIIJedplC ealedpackages
package plC kgfR of o ten yards each
The kind always sold at Tee One
day for 55c a piece pieceLinen IdeceLtn pieceLinen
Linen Ltn > n dept depti
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COAST HOTEL BURNED BURNEDFIFTEEN BURNEDFIFlEEN BURNEDFIFTEEN
FIFTEEN FIFlEEN ARE INJURED INJUREDSAN
SAN FRANCISCO < Oct t 31 31litteen 31litteenptlIIOn iiifteenpersons Fifteen Fifteenpersons
persons were injured today in a fire flrewhich ftrehich firewhich
which hich totally destroyed the Clyde HoteL HoteLAn HoteLAn HoteLAn
An oil tank in the basement of the hotel hotelignited hotel1nited hotelignited
ignited and as the firemen entered the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building there was W an explosion which whichblew whichJt whichblew
blew half a dosen of them back into intoth IntoThe intothe
Jt
th the < street streetThe sreetThe
The othr persons injured were ere spec spectators spectators spectators ¬
tators hit by flying ftlo debris
PRINCETON FRESHMEN FRESHMENVICTIMS FRESHMENVICTIMS FRESHMENVICTIMS
VICTIMS OF OFPARALYSIS OFPARALYSISPRINCTON PARALYSIS PARALYSISPRINCTON PA LYSIS LYSISPRINCTOX
PRINCTON N J Oct 31 31lembe 31lembeoC 31Membersof Members Membersof
of the thefaculty faculty acult and students at the uni university university minivarsity ¬
versity are alarmed over UM preva prevalence pcealance pravalence ¬
lence of infantile paralysis The sec second aecond seeond ¬
ond death from the disease dl ae In the thefreshman therreshman thefreshman
freshman class cl within three weeks oc occurred cccurred i icurred
curred yesterday when Marcus Craw Crawford Crawford Crawford ¬
ford of Franklin Pa died
It Pays to Deal cit t Goldenberg Goldenbergsevent
3 3Seventh
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Seventh an and K The DependxmIle d s Store StoreSilverplated
Silverplated ware consisting of Sugar Bowls Syrup SyrupPitchers
Pitchers Butter Dishes Fern Fe m Dishes Cream Pitchers Bread BreadTrays 98c C I
Trays etc etcworth worth up to 25o each Sale WWWWWWW price priceWWWWWWW
44 = in ine WideWale Serges 59c 59
Regular 100 1 00 Quality at atA atA
I A great purchase involving a jobbers entire stock of new fall dress goods goodsthe the seasons most im important important ¬
I portant dress goods sale because quoted underprice for the first time in Washington WashingtonThese W W351iagtoiiThese on onT
These T e Widewale Serges are unquestionably the most desirable dress fabrics f brics for fail f1ltweac weir aod buy ¬
ing them at nearly onehalf original value i is rare good news indeed indeedStrictly indeedStrictly indeedStrictly
Strictly allwool pure worsted material firm i rm woven handsome h2 texture t ture a grade that will not no putt
in the seams after being made madeChoice matieChoice
Choice of black navy blue olive raisin Copenhagen wisteria wiste a reseda dark greetf gree n elt and cadet blue blueRegular
Regular one dollar quality at 59c a yard yarda yardAILWOOL
a Oe c ALLWOOL sriTINGS SITINC8100 IfiO pieces plec of strictly stricti allwool Suitings SuiUD < < 3S inches wide Ide in a number of o the most
fashionable effect including Basket Weaves eftI Rough Rou h Twills Hopsacking and Fancy Fanc Mannish anni h Mixtures Klxturestbe the very ery
smartest rnatrials for fall wear in all the most approved colors colorsnavy navy blue gray green gr n rose brown cf C C q >
and black 10fih Every fih r woman o will rtcnlze ti them as r regular r Pc suutIn at a glance l Plenty of n navy blue I l a aand
and black in the lot lotTVhcn ot Sate price t yd ydI d J C CI
I 76x9 ft Brussels Rugs RugsI RugsReguar
I J Regular price 8 Q Q18G00 98
i 1800 18G00WileD o I Ii
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When it comes to valiiegivigg in rugsthis rugs rus this stores position as leaders in under underI underelljg
I selling elljg is unquestioned No other Washington W asbin ton store matches our low prices with withsame withsame withsame
same qualities qualitiesa a claim that is i proved every da daY Make all allthe the comparisons you like
I Tomorrows remarkable offering o1Ierin of Urgeroom size rugs consists of fifty 76x9 ft extra heavy ¬
I weight 10wire Brussels Rugs strictly allwool fabric at 898 S9Sthe the identical grade for which other stores storescharge storescharge
I charge eighteen dollars dollarsChoice dollarsChoice dollarsChoice
Choice of a good assortment t of pleasing designs in floral conventional cony entional and medallion patterns
in color combinations of red green gret n tan rose and blue blueHousewives bluePurchase bluePircIiase
Purchase of factory Surplus Lots of ofTurquoise ofTurquoise
Turquoise Blue Enameled Ware WareHou5ewiv
Housewives who know the advantages of thi this > handsome hanJ me Turquoise Blue Enameled Vare will ill wel welcome wetcome ¬
come the opportunity offered tomorrow to replenish their needs at little cost We Ve secured ured the surplus
lots from the mill at a liberal discount and beginning tomorrow we shall distribute the following ex ¬
traordinary values in this desirable Turquoise Blue Enameled Ware with white lining
TEA KKTTIBS liTTIE5Turquoitie Turquoise Blue Enameled Enam Jed ff
Tea Kettles white lined 10plnt size Reg Regular Reguiar 39 < vfs vfsular
ular price 76c e ech ch Sale price priceCOVHItED eJiV C >
COVKItED SYtCKlAXS S StiCEttNTurqooise LCFP Turquoie Blue Enam Enameled Fnamtied ¬
tied Jed Saucepans with covers covt > Is White lined IlYu > d tf P
Long or ball handles 8pint size Regular Regularprice 25 f
price 5 5Oe e Sale price Ba C
RICK BOrLTSRS nOILRn5Turqloiee Turquoise Blue Enameled
Rice Boilers with white enameled lining 3 3pint 3pint 3pint 39
pint size I5lz Regular Regul r price The ie Sale price priceCOFFEE priceOFPEE < C CCOFFEE
COFFEE POTS POTSTuT1Uolse Turquoise Blue Enameled
Coffee ffff Pots with white lining 4pint size Sold Soldrtgularly Soldrtfularly Soldregularly 25c
regularly at 50c each Sale price
JOHN ADAMSCFON ADAMSCFONLOMtWJ ADAMSCTONDEAD
DEAD EAD W E1AND E1ANDLODN AND ANDIOICNN
LOMtWJ Oct SLJohii Adams Ad ms Act ActEnglanr AtEDcIarIIr A ct ctEngls
Englanr foremost sculptor died too tooA todthe toiAmsr
Amsr A ar the sitters tters fqr t < < M M44tori Aton ton v vKing vlCbig t tXInc
King Edward Queen VteisfJ Vtc0sr the theKaiser thfKahter 1 1Kaiser >
Kaiser of Germany German and 1W M J Kaiser KaiserPope KaisrIope Kais r r rPope
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Pope Leo and many D ny ethers ethersthe cth ctheicMr iL iLMr
Mr Actors married Marion Hamf Hamftht UaU1tthe
the authoress who ho wrote wrotename mte jndr dc t tname tname
name of Jeanie Hering Heri HeriH
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Sale of Women WomensCoat WomenCoat s sCoat
Coat Sweaters SweatersWomens Sweat rs rsWOlDens
Womens Allwool Coat oat Sweater Sweaterin SweatlOrfin
in red gray and Sf white fancy an anpbln ant antplain < 3 3plain
plain weaves eav high and Valiaped Valiapednecks Vahap4neeb Vahapecinecks
necks Single and dou double doubit ¬
bit breasted ed style six sixfrom slats sizeIfrom slatsfront 1 98
from 3 at to tc Special at atWomens atYw0IDeIJ a aWomens
Womens Coat Sweaters Sweatf > r5 r5quaaty of ofquality fi fiquality
quality wool in oxford and whit whitplain whitplain WIhitplaia
plain and fancy stitched eftfCt eftfCtmade f effctmade > tCft tCftmade >
made with pockets high hishcollar hl highcoUnt h hcollar
collar and double breast breasted breasted
ed rc Each shapes all sizes sizesEach sizesEach i to 2 a 98
35c 35cWindowShade 35cWindowShadeIor Window Shade ShadeFor Shadefor
For 16c Each EachFountain Each10e ach achie
100 dozen opaque cloth clothW clothWdow win window Wtodow > >
dow Shades mounted on o goo goostrong gouton OCM OCMatroDC <
strong on spring rollers use useft e b4 b4ft x xft
ft at lie each eachIn eachIn eachIn
In several shades of rrwnal8o gr rrwn grnenalso n nalso
also ecru ecruaDd and a ct white whiteTh whiteTbey whiteThey
Th They y mr are seconds because becauseof beca becaor
of slight imperfections Impert < etlOJUJ discovered tllscovered die diecovered ¬
covered at the factory factorylAJch factorylAJchas such suchas
as a slight crease or tiny oil oilspot 011pot oilspot
spot pot Slight faults that do not nothurt Dothurt nothurt
hurt them in the least leaseRegular leastRegular leastRegular
Regular 35c value at 16c 16ceach 16ceacb lSceach
each
100 1 OO Bed Pillows PiUowsFor Pillowsfor Pillowsior
For 59c 5 Each Each2M
2M Large Size Bed Pillows txZ7 txZ7Incba 9xZ7inches x27 x27inches
inches covered with extra tnL heavy heavyweight heavyt heavyweight ¬
weight t art ticking in colors of green greenpink Jn greenpink < D
pink gray gra and blue blueFilled blutu blueFIfled I
Filled u with jtb sanitary crushed turkey turkeyfeathers t < rkl rklmade
feathers made odorless by cold blast blastproces5 i iprocess
process processOne proces5One One day at 59c each Regular SI nk1nd 31kind I Ikind
kind I IfFourth II II IIOne
Fourth Floor Floor5c I I5c
5c 5 Pearl Buttons I
3 Cards for for5c for5cGood 5c j jGood i iGood
Good Quality White Fresh Tater WaterPearl I IPearl
Pearl Buttons 14 to 22 ligtte llbe sis SiZp8suitable sissuitable 1 1suitable I
suitable for wash dresses and under underwear j
wear wearSold wearSold I I ISold i
Sold regularly at 5c a card of o one onedozen on onidozen
dozen dozenOne dozenOne
One day at thr three dozen Iozt > nor for ic icXotion 5ctNotion
Notion Dept DeptCorrect Deptfountain Dept1ountaiu
Fountain Syringes Syringes79c Syringes79cRegularly
79c 79cRegularly 79 Regularly 1 1Goldenbergs 1Goldenbergs 1 1Goldenbergs
Goldenbergs Insured Fountain FountainSyringes Fountainringes FountainSyringes
Syringes ringes made of o superior qutllzy qutllzyrubber Quill Quillrubber qudtrubber
rubber every one fully guaranteed guaranteedComplete guarantfedC guaranteedComplete
Complete C < > mwte with 5 i ft of rubber rubberlug tub tubing ¬ I
lug and hard rubber fittings fittingsToiltt fiWncsToIlH fittingsToilet
Toilet Goods Dept Depti1 Dt > pt
i1 1 Cluster Puffs Puffsfor Puffsfor
for 69c 69 69Correct
Correct style Cluster Clu ff Puffs made madeof tna e eCf I
of natural na naura I hair hai in wanted tnted ahadfgTen sbadfs sbadfsTen ahadsTerm
Ten and fwev puffs in each slustor slustorOne dustrOne bstr bstrOne
One day at t 4c < 4 instead I stc stc4 d of I SL SLHair 11 1 1Hair
Hair Goods Dept 1st floor II
Seasonable Silks W Way y Underprice
Xew Persian Pe lan Printed Warp arp Taffeta Taffetaand Tatretaand Taffetaand
and Satin Messalme Une in all color oom oombinatkms eombinatlon oombinauons
binatkms including blue and brown browngrounds brongrollmfs browngrounds
grounds For making waists waistsdrop r rdrop >
drop skirts and hat trim trimming trimming trimflung ¬ 69
ming Sale price > yard i C
XIh Xlnfh Black Pea Pena a de Sole Silk Silkall Silkall Silkall
all silk soft satin finish finishGuaranteed finishGuarant finishGuaranteed
Guaranteed Guarant d to wear rar Regu Rergutar Fff Ffflar
lar SI 1 value Sale price yd 79 4 ziC C
SOC 50 Nasaki Silks SilksAll 23c
All Street and Evening Shades ShadesDont ShadesDont ShadesDont
Dont confound the genuine Xasaki quality with the thecheaper thecheaper thecheaper
cheaper Tokio silks usually advertised at about this thisprice thispric thisprice
price
Nasaki Silks are the original silk and linen fabric fabricand fabricand fabricand
and theres nothing that compares with them for bril brilliancy brilliancy brilhaney ¬
liancy service and beauty beautyThey beautyThey beautyThey
They are extra heavy quality with a rich lustrous lustrousfinish lustrousfinish lustrousfinish
finish that no amount of washing ever affects and wear wearlike wearlike wearlike
like iron Full 27 inches wide wideTomorrows wideTomorrows wideTomorrows
Tomorrows offering o Tet1f1J consists of 2 250 ft pieces of these t handsome Nasaki NasakiSilks NasakiSilks asaJcL asaJcLSUks
Silks in lovely Jacquard raised rat ed effects e ects selfcolored figures crepe de chin
brocade > mirage stripes tri embossed dots ot etc f > tc Choice of every color of the therainbow tMralnbo therainbowevery
rainbow rainbowevery every street and nl even evening ng shade in demand and plenty of black
Regular 50c quality at 23o 3c k a yard ard Wash alhGoods Goods Department 1st floor floorIMPORTED ftoorIMPORTED floor1MPORTD
IMPORTED FOR CLOTHS CLOThS4OOQualltyat
400 4OOQualltyat Quality at C5 2 239 39 Q QA yd ydA
A special underprice purchase of handsome Imported Imp rted Fur Cloths Clothson
on sale tomorrow at a decided saving savingChoice savingChoice savingChoice
Choice is offered of 50inch Black Fur Cloths lothS rich brilliant lustrous lustrousquality lustrousquallty lustrousquality
quality in the most fashionable effects including Ponyskin Coltskin ColtskinBroadtail ColtskinBroadtail ColtskinlBroadtail
Broadtail Lynx and Russian Caracul CaraculRaye Caracu1RA araculRAVE
RA RAVE YI FLANNlllEW FLANNlllE
W 15c 15 for or 8 c YardRaye Yard
Raye Flannelle is a highgrade handsome cotton fabric exten extensively extensivelyused xtensivelyused ¬
sively sivelyused used for making womens kimonos kinioos dressing sacques and andhouse andhousegarments house housegarments housegarments
garments garmentsChoice garmentsChoice garmentsChoke
Choice of an immense assortment of lovely color combinations combinationsin
in the desirable Persian and Dresden effects Good heavy weight weight12i4c
12 12i4c c SUITINGS SUITLGS1OO 100 pieces of Blackandwhite Check CheckSuiting CheckSuiting CheckSuiting
Suiting in a large variety of checks Heavy HeaY close clo e woven grade fi3r 3 C
that has the appearance of theallwooi th allool suiting Regular R ar 12c 124cvalue 1kC 9 M 4 A Avalue
value at atJOe atlOc Jf v vlOc
lOc GIXGHA3IS GIXGJLDIS5 75 pieces of 27inch Hospital Stripe Dress fj P73 3f
Ginghams in the newest stripes Colors are gray and blue bluewarranted bluewarranted 73C 4 4It T Twarranted
warranted absolutely fast Sold regularly at lOc a yd ydOue One day at atn
n
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4inch Imported Satin Foulards Foulardsall FoularCall Foulardail
all ail silk in all size dots space dote doteand doband dotsand
and neat nguree ft ret Colors Col of ofnavy ofna ofna
navy na vy black brown reseda resedatan r rse4atan a atan
tan myrtle Copenhagen etc etcetc etcetc
etc Regular Toe e values Sale Salenrice Saler1Ce ttcS5
nrice r1Ce ce C
1 l7 S SPRIS pn K AD ADSliquarter ADSliquarterwhite S 11quarter 11quarterwhite llqrterwhite
white Crochet Spreads large size sizefor sizefor sizefor
for double beds Kitra heavy heavyraised beavyraised heavyraised
raised Marseilles patterns Hem Hemmed Hemmfd Hemmed ¬
med ready r itdy for uaej use useRegular
Regular 175 1 value valueOne valueon valueOne 1 39
One on day da at
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Womens Nightgowns NightgownsAt
At 39c 39 Each EachGood ach achGood
Good Heavy Quality Flannelette FlanneletteNightgowns FlanftteNlpht FianneletteNlghtgowns
Nightgowns Nlpht oW 5 made In roundneck roundneckstyle roQDdneckstyle roundneckstyle
style trimmed with plain pink or orblue orblue orblue
blue material mat rial In neat pink and blue bluestripes bluestriptS bluestripes
stripes stripesFull striptSFull stripesFull
Full cut and well made garments garmentsfor garmentsfor ts tsfor
for winter wear wearSizes wearSizes wearSizes
Sizes 15 16 and 17 1 Sale price 39c 3Sceach 39ctach 39ceach
each each12Vc tachDomestic eachDomestic
Domestic Specials Specials12c
12Vc 12 SriTIXGS SrITIXGSl4JO 100 pieces of ofBlackandwhite ofBlackandwhite ofBlackandwhite
Blackandwhite Check Suitings uitin in ina Ina Ina
a large variety of checks Heavy Heavyclosewoven nfa Heavyclosewoven Y Yclo5ewon
closewoven n grade that has the th ap appearance appearance p ppearance ¬
pearance of the u allwool allwoolitisa > 3 3suiting
suiting itisa Regular 12c value valueat 92 92of 9
at of C C16c clAc
We GINGHAMS GI GHAXS 3 i pieces p of 7lIKhHospital 7inchHospitalstripe Mnch MnchHospitalstripe
Hospitalstripe Hospital tripe Dress Ginghams 1 I nJhams In Inthe Int inthe
the t newest ytno striocs tri Colors are a gray grayand grayand y yand
and blue blu warranted abso py 7 3
lutely Jut b fast SoW regularly r regularlyat abso73 larly T Tat
at Me a yard One day at fl 4c 4
a
36inch Black Satin Sa n Duenes0e DOl v all allsilk allsilk
silk extra heavy he vy quality qualitysoft quantyoft qualitysoft
soft oft mellow m llo Snish 1ish Guaran Guaranleetf Guarant
leetf t tce to p wear nea Regular Rt > lar 15 15ya 14i5vae 95c
ya vae p Stlc Prt prier
Sale of Bed Sheets Sheetsat
at Unusually Low ow Pri PriOur Prkes PrkesOur
Our ability to obtain unusual advantages in bed muslins makes makesthis makesthis makesthis
this store the thecgtal logical al supply depot for alt aJlecooomialspeudeIs economical spenders Here Hereare H Hrare re reare
are two lots of largesize Jarge5 ze Sheets at very much below regular cost costSlx9 rostSIx costS1x
Slx9 SIx ArmorsMte Bleached BIeae Sheets full six size for doable beds made madeof madeof
0 of close woven fir firm sheeting sheeti cotton with witllilMpre isuprovet Welded sam SMIua samIn 1 f r rin
in the center for added strength str Hand Ha term tor and ironed Sold S So1 So1regularly N 4 AM AMregularly J9 C
regularly at 6 5c c each eh Sale price wrlceSlx96 priceSliflo J JSIxD6
Slx96 Seamless Bleached Sheets large Iar e six 5be for doublebeds doublebedsmade doubJeb doublebEdsmade d dmaul
made of superior quality line finish bisR s cbeethtgeottoa sheeting eetia tattoo free from om omdressing p fp
price dressing Finished with 3inch hecj Refmlar 79c Talae I Sale Saleprice Saleprice 59C tJv tJvprice
12 l l2c fee c CASKS CSI It l I dozejt do dZ4X35 dZ4X35Biasefted 45JX36 45JX36Bleached U 3f il
Bleaeh Bleached Pillow Cose asen h haii uMt tornaDd tornand torn tornand
and Ironed regular size Gri Gristrong GCllrtroafJ G J Jstrong
strong cotton free from fromdressing Vv t tdressing 1
dressing dr IDt Regular Ht > gular 12 1 Ur Urvalue 1 1alae 9 4
value One O e day at C
Sewing Silk Silk4Spools
4 4Spools Spools for forGood I I5c
5c 5 5C I IGfted
Good C ° ed Quality n FIrk ck 1t Sewing Silk Silksuitable Silksulta Silksuitable
suitable sulta for hand or f fIn machine sew sewing sewing ¬
ing In SeW regularly a 3c a sp spool ol
Offered for one oss da dar at EQTI tIa
SPOOLS for l r 5c 5cfXotion SeSotlon i e eI
I Notion Dept Dept5c Df DeptSc > pt pt5c
5c Basting Cotton Cottonfistyard tton ttonor6c
2 2ISOyard or6c or6cyard
fistyard yard spools of Good ond Qualt QuaWe
White e Basting Cotton ot lttrniSOld sold regular regularat regularatcaepool laJ laJat
at atcaepool atcaepoolOat 5c a spool spoolOne spoolOae
One day at TWO iSPOOLSTfcr iPOO Ie IeNotIoa OctNottou c cNotion
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