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V i"?r-'E35?,?gy"F ,T '& -. THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THUKSDAY, FEBRUAKY 2, 1911. 16 i -, -v 'wvy SATURDAY MS PP Prominent Club Woman of Capital Died on Street Car. Death Was: Sudden Funeral services for Mrs. C M. Pep per, Tvlfe of Charles M. Pepper, and prominent clubwoman of this city, who died suddenly of heart disease while on a northbound Fourteenth street car early this morning', will be held from St. Margaret's Church on Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Rev. Her bert Scott Smith, rector, will officiate. Interment will be made In Rock Creek Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Pepper had been dining at the homo of friends, Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus M. Jones, and were on their way home at about 12:30 this morning. When within a short distance of their home Mr. Pepper discovered that his wife, who had been silent for some time, had fallen forward in her seat. Dr. Charles L. Bliss, who was hastily summoned, pronounced her dead. The body was tnen hastily taken to the home 3211 Thirteenth street northwest In an automobile. Mrs. Pepper was one of the mo3t prominent club women in the United States and was president of the District Federation of Women's Clubs of Amer ica. She was closely connected with several charitable orcanizations of the city. For twenty-five years Mrs. Pepper haS been a resident of Washington, coming here from Detroit, Mich., where she was a prominent social leader. She mar ried Charles M. Pepper, at present a member of the Canadian reciprocity commission, and shortly afterward came . to ashlngton. Besides being a member of nearly overs woman's club In the city, Mrs. Pepper was also vice president of the Pennsyl vania Society and one of the organiza tion's founders. Out of respect to Mrs. Pepper it has been decided by the so ciety to postpone their meeting which was to be held Saturday night. Miss Nora Pepper, the twenty-year-old daughter. Is in a critical condition, not being fully recovered from the pros tration she suffered at the news of her mother's sudden death. HWJSJBHBflBBHEHlBflBnSJBflBGBflBMRiBSS o GOMPAT IT MRS. CHARLES M. PEPPER. Two Boys Arraigned on Housebreaking Charge Robert Blake and George D. Fitz patrick. two young white boys of 1013 B street northeast, and the Mt. Vernon Hotel, respectively, were arraigned In the United States branch of the Police Court this morning on a charge of housebreaking. Both of the boys entered pleas of not guilty, and each was held on a bond of $1,000 for the grand jury Michigan Woman Killed By Her Brother-in-Law FLINT. Mich , Feb. 2. Mrs. Nellie Blane was murdered and her sister, Mrs. John Talbott, was wounded by a man who called at the Talbott home early today and asked to see Mrs. Blane. According to Mrs. Talbott the man was Frank Fox, a brother-in-law of the woman. The police are now searching for him. Two Killed, Two Injured Fatally By An Explosion LEXINGTON. Ky , Feb. 2 -Two per sons were killed and two others fatally Injured today in a boiler explosion In a grist mill at Bruin, Elliott county. John Mulllns and Harvey Gray were killed outright. Elegant Carriages Hired Reasonably For all occasions. Downey's Stable' s.lKWL Advt. Class Election. The senior class of the National Unl erbit law School has elected the fol lowing officeis R B. Lambert, presi dent, Thomas G. Mallavleu, lce presi dent; M Stein, secretary; Ambrose Grldley, treasurer, and R. I Miller, ser-geant-at-arms The annual meeting of the class was held last night HIT MB KICKED HIM Pollet Sues Claveloux for $1,000 Damages to His Anatomy. COUR TTO ID Beaten a la savat with the feet until it cost $20 for repairs to his anatomy, according to his allegations, Benolt Pol let today filed suit In the District Su preme Court against Charles Claveloux for $1,000 damages. Prefacing liis bill with the statement that he Is and has been a "peaceful citizen," and is regarded as such by neighbors and acquaintances, Pollet al leges that Claveloux attacked him with out provocation, and aitnougn DOtn arc Frenchmen, hi3 alleged assailant, aevi ated from the French fashion of fight ing and used his fists with disastrous results. It is set forth in the declaration that it cost Pollet $20 for surgical and medi cal treatment, and for a "long time" he was sore and lame irom me auegeu drubbing he received at the hands and feet of his fellow-countryman. Attorney W. E. Ambrose represents Pollet in the action. 10 BLOCK AISLES Judge Mullowny Instructs Bailiffs to Quiz Specta tors at Door. Greeley Celebrates. GREELEY. Colo., Feb. 2. With the firing of salutes, the display of flags, and the holding cf memorial exercises, Greeley will tomorrow celebrate the lOOih anniversary of the birth of Horace Greeley, for whom the city was named. Bald? Going to neglect your hair until it leaves you? Going to neglect your dandruff until you are bald? Then consult your doctor. Ask him about Ayer's Hair Vigor. Never changes the color. J. O AjtrOo., Lowell. Uum. For Friday and Saturday WE WILL REDUCE EVERY FRAMED PICTURE at the Branch Store, 604 9th N.W. Another lot of the slightly damaged mouldings from our recent fire, will also be placed on sale at the Branch Store only 604 9th N. W. VENABLE'S GALLERIES Declaring that the' United States branch of the Police Court is assuming much the appearance of a moving pic ture theater. Judge A. R. Mullowny has announced his intention of clearing it of men who block the aisles. "Where they come from I don't know." said the Judge. "But I do know that we will soon come Into conflict with the police and fire regulations if we don't keep the aisles clear. Some of these men come morning after morning, and block the aisles and prevent the execution of "business and the passage of the bailiffs. It will have to be stopped, and I am going to give orders T,!"!: Bronchial Troches the courtroonV after all the chairs are can bo depended upon to relievo Bora TSro, , taken will have to state their business gSSTlSi hSS ' d.u' teh3f rSS! io ono oi mc Damns stationed at tho Abiolntely barraleii contain no opiates, doors, and will have to give the name Priea.2Sc.60e and 91.00. Sunpl.fe. ,S2 SS 'I "3 ?? witnesses . . , Bnn & Sn Bcto hU itwau ucuift ctMuncu iu CUlCr. ..J Masquerade Ball Is a Grand Success All the committees In charge of the arrangements for the masquerade ball ,or me uoiumma Turnverem are re ceiving' congratulations today for the success of theaffalr. It is apparently the consensus of opinion that the ball, which was held last night at the old Masonic Temple, was by far the most successful enter tainment ever held by the Turnvereln, both from a standpoint of attendance and the" costumes of the participants. The ball started early in the evening and continued until after midnight, when the following prize winners were announced: First jrroup prize. "Show Girls." Mrs. Wusch. Mrs. Schleichert, Mrs. Halfter. Mrs. Duehrlng, Mrs. Gerstenberg. ana Mrs. Ross; second group prize, r'Camv Gut Hell," Messrs. J. H.i Duehrlng, Otto John. W. C. Eckstein, J. A. McCormlck. Joseph Morrison, and Norman E. Duehrlng; third group prize. "Playing Clowns,,r E. Lenzner, F. Kropp, B. Brauner. A. Dlnowltzer. and B. Her- berger; first lady's fancy prize, "Span ish Lady, Mrs. if. h. Beiaen: nrsi gentleman's fancy prize, "Spaniard," H. S. Selden: first lady's original prize, "Calendar Girl." Mrs. "A. Alex ander; first gentleman's prize, "Walk er," Tony Geraci; second lady's prize. "Pirouette," Frauleln Nettie Umfried. sxumtmtR I If' cato.m "J V I cato.m THC .HJftY COAMW Remnants percale 8Mc ' i jl Stock $10,000 Bankrupt Of Boys' and Children's Clothing Purchased From Lewis & Co., 11 aid 13 Washing ton Place, New York, Being Sacrificed at 40c and 50c on the Dollar The Most Extraordinary Savings Ever Offered in Washington JfeTcr In the hlstorj of this store hare ic hcen able to offer such phenomenal mines as the ones listed below. The record-breaking reductions we'tc set on these high-grade garments arc moving them along TTith n rush.- If jou tuIuc economy make jour selection AT ONCE, for such unparalleled bargains as these simply cannot Inst. Boys'LongPantsSuits At Prices You've Never Seen Equalled Snappy, distinctive garments, brimful of style and service. All the latest fabric effects are in cluded, and every size from 14 to 20 years. $7.00 Suits, S?..$3,25 $8.00 Suits, ?Sera:pl.$3J5 $10.00Srits,KS?..$4I75 $ 12.00 Suits, ?..S5,75 $ 13.00 Suits, KSI.S6.25 $15.00Suits,&'.$7.25 $ 16.00 Suits, &t.$7.75 $17.00 Suits, PS-?$8,25 $ 18.00 Suits, '.$8.75 Children's Knickerbocker Suits At Wonderful Savings Made of very latest fabrics, strong and service able and remarkably stylish. All pure wool and fast colors with strong riveted buttons. They have tape seams, guaranteed not to rip. Sizes 6 to 17 years. $3.00 Suits, se.si.45 $3.50 Suits, R?..$i69 $4.00 Suits, S?..$.95 $4.50 Suits, JC$2,I0 $5.00 Suits, 8?..$2.35 $5,50 Suits, &!.$2,65 Including extra pair of knickerbocker pants. $7.00 Suits, pb.$3,35 Including extra pair of knickerbocker pants. $8.00 Suits, KKLMJS Including extra pair of knickerbocker pants. 200 MEN'S SUITS and OVERCOATS from our regular stock all latest styles fine materials carefully tailored regular prices up to $25 you choice now $10 Brn3MjiPknj?iMHiii I B Ninth and E Streets N.W, KJ Friday's $1.87 Sale A Factory's Surplus of Women's $2.50 and $3.00 Grade Boots Over 1,000 pairs of them in brand new Spring Weight styles all sizes go on sale at our 3 stores Friday at $1.87 a pair. Seven attractive styles in the lot: Patent Colt Button Boots with Cravenette Cloth, Dull Kid, or Patent Leather, regular height or 14 Button "Princess" tops. Gun Metal Calf Button, with High or Low Heels and high Slant Tops. The Popular TAN RUSSIA CALF Button Boots. Sizes 2 to 8 C to E Widths on Friday's Bargain Tables at - I I w $1.87 $9 C( P-J Men's Tan vj.juurdue Calf Bluchers $2.45 Two popular styles of YounK Men's Tan Russia Calf Bluchers on medium swing last with medium or high arch ana neei ana up-io-aate penorauons in an sizes ana wiatns. Tneyre our own re guiar W snoes DUt can i be duplicate 1 elsewhere under $3.50 a pair. On Friday's Bargain Tables at icu una wiums. '$2.45 90c Child's Shoes, Values to $1.50 Girls' VIcl Kid Button and Laced Boots sizes up to 11. Little Boys' $1.25 grade kid or sterling calf Shoes sizes 9 to 13. Broken sizes of Misses' Boots some of them were as high as $2.00 In prices, but these are In limited quantity and mostly In narrow widths up to size 4. Broken sizes of In fants' Jockey Boots and fancy gray or brown suede top Boots. (7th St. Store only.) Boys and Girls $1.75 to $2.50 ei or Shoes $1.03 25 pairs Big Boys' tan and black calf $2.50 Bluchers broken sizes, 3 to 5H- 35 pairs Little Boys' $2 grade box calf regu lar height or extra high cut Shoes. All our remaining Misses' and Children' "Jocker BooU" were $1.75, 92.00 and 92.50 broken sixes. Broken sizes of Girls' tan and black calf $2 and $2.50 Boots also Storm Boots. (7th St. Store only.) I Other "Clearance Sale" Reductions $3.85 Men's "FLOES HEniw.$5and $6 Shoes 18 striking styles In Tan or Black Viking, Blizzard, Winnipeg-, and Havana Calf. Also Cheral Patent Colt. "TRI-WEAR" Men's $3.50 and $4 Shoes 15 winter styles of "TRI WEAR," double oak soled Tan or Black Calf Blucher Laced and But ton Shoes. $2.95 $2.37 "BLACK BATES" Men's $3 Ynlnes Shoes which at their reg ular price $2.50 are at least 50c to $1 a pair bet ter than you can get else where. The entire line now re duced all leather a all styles. $2.95 "TEJfUS" and other Women's i Finest Boots. 25 styles Patent Kid Colt 15 styles Black or Tan Calf. 2 styles Suede. 3 styles finest Kldskin. Women's Smart $3Joto& dt ngy Party Slippers J. 03 Pink. Blue. White and Gold Satin Pumps. Patent Leather and Black or Bronze Kid Slippers and Pumps. Plain or Beaded. 2.39 Women's $3 and $3.50 Shoe Virtues. 10 styles Patents: velvet. cloth or kid tops. 6 styles Gun Metal Calf Boots. 8 styles perfect fitting Kid Boots. i All of them Goodyear Welt Sewed $3.00 and $3.50 Grade Boots. 49c Small C h i 1 d's Vici Kid Button or Laced Spring Heel Boots sizes to 8. Women's Turk ish Beaded Bou- 'dolr Slippers red DiacK or crown. $1.19 Boys' and Girls' Vici Kid or Sterl ing Calf, solid soled School Shoes. Girls' sizes to 2. Boys' sizes to Good $1.50 values. S1.69 Boys' $2.30 Shoes. 2 styles TOI W E A B" Tan Lotus Calf Bluch ers. $2.50 grade black storm calf, high cut Storm Shoes sizes to 6. N.9r .Janata BaK 3HOE HOUSES-) 7hz Sea Island Remnant price, a yard 36 inches wide, in a large xirtment of neat pat terns and colorings, light and'ark effects. Two to ten yards in a piece. 10c Outiner Flannel, lie-lit and dark, a vd 73yc 12J4c to 15c Shirting Madras, a yard .9c X 10c and 12c Bleached Muslin, 36 in 70 to India Linon, 30 in., good lengths 4c I2V2C India Linon, 30 in.,2 to 8 yd. lengths, yd. . .7c 12c Seersucker and Bates Ginghams, yd 9c First Floor Bargain Tables. RIBBONS Short ends Splendid lot of these short end Ribbons for tomorrow's selling: to i in. RIBBONS. saUn or wash effects. Useful lengths. - To close, choice, yd AC 1 to 2 in. Taffeta RIBBONS, also some satin effects. Includes all colors and lengths. To (T go at, a yd , 3L 2 to 3 In. RIBBONS. Includ ing plain and satin taffetas, all good shades and lengths. in To go at, a yd JLUC to 6 in. RIBBONS, including jlaln and satin taffetas, and dres den and other fancy effects. "1 (T To close, choice yd XOL 1st floor Bargain tables. $5.00, $6.50, and $7.50 SKIRTS $3.69 Sklrt3 of black voile, black Pan ama, black chiffon panama, blue serges, navy panamas, tan mix tures, gray mixtures, and few high colors. Styles are the latest. These are splendid skirts for wear now and in springtime too. First floor Bargain tables. i ' Clearing up the short lengths in DRESS GOODS To go at 39c yd. 5Sc and 75c Serces. 75c and $1.00 Poplins. 75c Batistes. 75c Henriettas. 58c Hairline Serges. $1.00 Mixed Tweeds. 69c Cream Serges. To go at 59c yd. Jl.M to $2.00 Broadcloths. $1.00 Storm Serges. $1.50 Silk and Wool Voiles. J1.25 Eollennes. $1.00 to $1.50 "Prunellas. $1.00 to $2.00 Hopsacklngs. $1.50 to $2.00 Scotch Suitings. Seconds 35c hosiery for women 23c pair Fine lisle thread in black deep garter tops, spliced heels and toes. ALSO, seconds of Women's 25c Gauze Lisle Thread Hose, in black garter tops, spliced heel3 in. ind toes, 1st floor a pair Hosiery dept. $2.00 petticoats for $1.50 A Few More Moreen Petticoats, made with deep flounces, very dur able, also the well-liked Heather bloom Petticoats that resemble silk in good range of colors: deep flounces, finished with pin tucking or shirring. Any of these reduced tomorrow to $L50. Second floor ! COATS TO GO! JH$ll-95hR951 3 RELIABLE Co.7TJ!A"K.STa 1914-1916 Pa. Ave, 233 Pa. Ave.5.E. For 910.73, $25.00, 930.00 and $33.00 Kinds. You'll find Long Coats of black chiffon broadcloth, chev iot serges with velvet collars, half satin lined; Long Polo Coats, Plaid-Back Coats. Fancy Mixtures, plain or with satin collars, also a few handsomely braided Evening Coats. Worth $19.75 to $35. For 912.75, 9154)0 and 918.00 Kinds. You'll find Long Black Ker sey Coats, plain or satin-faced collars, some braid trimmed; Long Coats of mannish mix tures, bersres, black caracul, rough fabrics. All sizes in one style or another. Worth $12.75 to $18. Second floor Coat and Suit section. ' Lengths of 2 to 15 yards' 1 25c to 35c mattings, 19c I Choice of Japanese Mattings in carpet patterns, blue, green and red colorings, also heavy China Mattings in checks, stripes and such In all good colors; also Crex Matting, lengths 2 to 10 yards., 27 Inches wide, mostly green. Any of these tomorrow at 19c a yard and you can put them to good use we know! INLAID LINOLKUMS, 2 to 10 sq. yds., some slightly imperfect, all 2 yds. wide in tile and granite effect patterns. Regularly $1.00 to ,$1.50 sq. yd. Tomorrow, KQ choice a sq. yd Uti BRUSSELS1 RUGS, 9 by 12 ft., seamless, oriental and floral pat terns, perfect. Regu larly $20. Choice C1QQCC Friday at HLOuO UPHOLSTERY FRINGE, lengths 1 to 4 yds. 6 in. wide, greens, blues, reds, etc Sold 75c to $1.50 yard. Choice - ? yard . lut COUCH COVERS of roman strlpe tapestry, fringed all around, 3 yds. long. Worth AQln 75c To close at J HtOl, CORDS, bands and fringes the pillow cords worth 15c to 25c a yd.; gold bands. to 1 in. wide and worth 25c to 50c yd; fringes worm IOC to 13c yd. Choice of any at, yd UPHOLSTERY STUFFS, em bracing damask, tapestries, also awning canvas; pieces average 12 in. sq. Worth many times the price. Choice tomorrow, a remnant CURTAIN ENDS, about 300 of these, 1U by lhi yds., in scrim or net trimmed with laces and braids. Worth up to $5, if In full length curtains. Choice of IQ, these ends at XiJC 3rd floor Upholstery Section. 5c 5c 40c boxed chocolates, 25c . 1st floor Bargain tables. Umbrellas, $1.29 Worth all of $3.00 These Umbrellas have covers of yarn-dyed taffeta, a fabric that contains 2-3 silk with 1-3 IlneTi. which makes It, very durable, and yet at the same time possesses a silky lustre. ,,,,,,-, SIZES FOR MEN OR WOMEN. They have tape edges and plain boxwood stlck3. ., , Subject to slight flaws: that Is. -the manufacturers say so, but we consider the hurts of little Import ance. . . . 1st floor Bargain xaDies. 12c and 15c mer cerized sateen, 8f c Good lengths. These Mercerized Sateens are in fast black and all good colors. 1st "floor Bargain Tables. 6 to 12 yds. silk braids, 10c Onlv a dime for 6 to 12 yards of Silk Braids and Gulmpes, and there are so many -uses for these. Choice of black, white and many colors. They are worth 15c to 25c. " 1st floor Bargain Tables. i JkW X X i' X X X X X X I X X x ! 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