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- t. rfGvgv. fjg, v- -vN- -,-. ?5'',a?r5 THE WASHINGTON TBIES, TUESDAY, MAY,23, 1911. . T HIIEB 1ST QUIT DEAD MEN'S CHEST OR BE FORCED OUT, BRINGS UNCLE Si FEELING IN SENATE Strong Evidence Presented That Senator's Friends Are Deserting Him. Senator Lorlmer of Illinois will have to go. The feeling In the Senate Is that his days are numbered, and that he will either resign or be forced out. Lorlmer resignation rumors continue to float about. They lack confirma tion, but It Is known many of the back ers of Lorlmer are losing heart. Some of them have urged him to quit. The developments In the Senate In the last few days have Insured a re investigation. When Senator DUllng 'ham, chairman of Privileges and Elec tions, Introduced for the Republican Old Guard yesterday a resolution direct ing the Privileges and Elections Com mittee to make a new investigation. It became apparent that many Senators who once voted to allow Lorlmer to retain his seat were getting ready to back water. Substitute Resolution. The Dillingham resolution will be offered as a substitute for the La Fol lette resolution. It will have the sup port of pro-Lorimer Republicans and pro-Lorimer Democrats. The insurgent Republicans and the anti-Lorimer Democrats may compromise their views and together support a resolu tion directing the Privileges and Elec tions Committee to make an immedi ate investigation, and naming as the subcommittee to make it Senators Dil lingham. Kenyon, Kern, Lea, and Sutherland, with perhaps Clapp and Johnston. La Follette to Resume. Senator La Follette resumes his speech against Lorlmer this afternoon. He spoke at length yesterday, and re viewed the case up to the time of the investigation this spring by the Illi nois senate. He will review the evi dence obtained by the Helm committee today. It is expected, too, that he will pre sent some new facts as to the election of Lorlmer. In his speech yesterday afternoon. Senator La Follette scored Lorimer severely, and said he could not under stand how a man of flt standard to be in the Senate could sit silent under the newspaper charges against him as long as he did Confident of Resolution. Supporters of the Dlllfcijfham resolu tion express confidence this afternoon that It would be adopted An Important feature of this resolution is that It pro vides for an investigation, not by a sub committee, but by the main Committee on Privileges and Elections The pur pose of this Is to facilitate punishment for contempt of any witnesses who may refuse to give evidence or to produce books. If Edward Tilden. who proved refractory before the Illinois leglslaitve committee, or any other witnesses re fuse to testify or -produce bpoks. they are liable p be. summarily punished. Pension Bill Will Go To Democratic Caucus X Democratic caucus of members of tb House will be asked to approve the Jl-a-day pension bill Introduced by Representative Sherwood of Ohio This has been decided upon as a result of the action of the Democratic members of the Committee on InaUd Pensions iBjt nleht. when it was voted to author ize General Sherwood, the chairman of the committee, to make a favorable re- Eort to the House on the bill of which The legislative program mapped out by the nrst jjemocrauc caucus uues iiul Include an Increase in pensions for old soldiers, but General Sherwood is con fldent that the necessary authority will be receiveo. irom uie caucuo. There is little or no chance for the passage of the bill at this session. Sen ator McCumber, chairman of the Sen ate committee, having announced that there will be no general pension legisla tion in the Senate at this session. Sixteen Sailors Missing. PORTLAND, Ore., May 23 Sixteen members of the crew of the steam schooner Washgalore, wrecked oft the sunken reef at Hunters Head, are missing. The Washaglore stove In her bow on the reef and the crew put to sea in boats One boat lost its ccurse. SLIM STORAGE FEE Interest Lively, But Little Sentiment in Auction Sale Today. Old heirlooms, trinkets, gewgaws, coins of foreign minting, melancholy relics all of Americans who died far from the- land of their nativity, were sold at pub lic auction today at the rooms of C G. Sloan & Co. The auction was conducted for the Auditor of State and Other Depart ments, by virtue of a statute which authorizes consular officers to turn over to the auditor the personal effects of American citizens who died abroad, and, whose heirs could not be found. The assortment Includes effects dating back as far as I860, for this is the first sale of the kind ever held. Two hundred men and women attend ed the sale and none for sentiment. They were there to get bargains. Some did; others probably will find their pur chases not particularly economical. Relics of Elmer Porter. The sale began with the offer of the "estate" of Elmer Porter, who died in Cartagena, Colombia, at a date not glen. Mr. Porter left $98 05 in Guate malan currency and 26 cents In United States money. The auctioneer announced that Guatemalan money was worth 30 cents on the American dollar. After lively bidding the lot fell to Edward Bryan, 2422 Nichols avenue, Anacostla. Mr Bryan bid $24. Mrs Sarah Hartsuff, an Ameilcan woman, the place of whose death Is not recorded save in some consular office, left a pair of diamond earrings, which today's bargain hunters eagerly sought. Spirited bidding ended with an offer of ?S7 by Paul Lelbel, a tailor or G street northwest Toward the end of the auction ther was put up the possessions in life of one Patrick Dowd, a soldier of fortune, who met his end in 1907 in La Paz, Bolivia. Judging from his effects Dowd trusted in Providence and kept his powder dry He left a Winchester rifle. 519 cartridges, a Testament, a Book of Psalms, and a book called "The Key to Heaven " Confederate Money Sold. Considerable Confederate money found its way to the auction rooms. One J. D Garner left a number of bills issued by the Confederate States and a $1,000 Confederate bond Mr Garner also left some plated spoons, a gold-filled watch, and other tableware D C Biehl. of 532 M street northwest, paid $7.50 for the lot Property that possessed no intrinsic value went begging at the auction An old portfolio sold for 25 cents, and in terest was livery only when an article of solid gold or some diamond setting was put up A Bible sold for 25 cents Lieutenant Suicide To Be Buried in Iowa Lieut Franklin H Drees, U S M. C, a suicide, will be buried In his old home at Carroll, Iowa. His body, un attended, left here this raSrnlng Just after midnight His mother, who was visiting her son-in-law, a marine of ficer at the Boston Navy Yard, did not come here Liputenant Drees, who held an en viable record in the corps, was found dead Saturday morning in his room at 116 Second street southeast He had fixed a gas tube to the only fixture in the room, and with his head swathed In blankets to confine the fumes, killed himself Loomis' Life in Peril. tta-rtpord. Conn.. May 23. Charles Battell Loomis, the humorist, is to go under the knife for the third time within two months In the hope of saving his life. Surgeons are unable to deter mine the exact nature of his ailment. Shuns "Tainted Money." PITTSBURG. May 23. "Tainted mon ey" Is the reason given by Dr. Wisart for refusing a salary twice that he now receives, to be pastor of a Chicago church of which Wheat King Patten Is benefactor. Asks for a Divorce. " LONDON, May 23. Declaring that her husband threatened to make life a "red bell" for her, Irene Osgood Sherard, the novelist, seeks divorce frcm Robert H. Sherard. The novelist is author of "To a Nun Confessed" and other stories. Umbrella Theft Upheld. CHICAGO, May 23 A man has a right to steal an umbrella If It's rain ing and he has no money to buy one. Judge Heap, of thw Harrison street municipal court, rulled In discharging a defendant. Bass in City Hall Tank. NEW TORK, May 23. In cleaning out -the tank on top of the City Hall Custodian Ryan found a .number of good-sized bass and trout. Ke dined on them. How they got there la a mys tery. . Negro Sought, Accused Of Causing Baby's Death Charged with having accidentally smothered his flfteen-months-old daugh ter Alatha, to death, William Kramer, a negro, living at Bruce and Alnger avenues, Garfield, D C, U being sought bv the nollce His wife. Julia, came to the Eleventh Precinct station early thts morning, and said that her husband had come home Intoxicated last night, and while asleep had rolled upon the child. Coroner Nevitt will hold an Inquest at the Morgue tomotorw morning. Children, Matches, Fire. . Children playing with matches caused a fire In the building at 1211 Seventh street northwest this morning. The place is owned by the Washington Loan and trust Company and occupied bv Sam Mason The damage caused will amount to $35 TETTER TDK HEFT, WOHHTMJTmDRENTHAN CASTOR OIL, SALTS.OB PIliS,AS IT 5WEETEHS AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM MORE EFFICIENTLY AND vSybup IS FAR MORE PLEASANT TO TAKE, j CENT. Or AICOHOL V' las i Hfxnm. jtauromnGSMPti? 1 il FHICK. & lES IS THE IDEAL FAMILY LAXATIVE, AS IT GIVES SATISFACTION TO ALL, IS ALWAYS BENEFICIAL IN ITS EFFECTS AND PERFECTLY SAFE AT ALL TIMES. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. ia the Circle, on everu, Pacftage of th Genuine. . 4 ' ALL RELIABLE DRUGGISTS SELL THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE WHEN CALLED FOR. ALTHOUGH THEY COULD MAKE A LARGER PROFIT BY SELLING INFERIOR PREPARA. T10NS, YET THEY PREFER TO SELL THE GENUINE. BECAUSE IT IS RIGHT TO DO SO AND FOR THE GOOD OF THEIR CUSTOMERS. WHEN IN NEED OF MEDICINES, SUCH DRUGGISTS ARE THE ONES TO DEAL WITH, AS YOUR LIFE OR HEALTH MAY AT SOME TIME DEPEND UPON THEIR SKILL AND RELIABILITY WHEN BUYING NotetfieFuffName of the Gompam PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS.NEAR THE BOTTOM. AND IN THE ORCLE,NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACKAGE.OF THE GENUINE. ONE SIZE ONLY. FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. REGULAR PRICE SOc PER BOTTLE., SYRUP OF FIGS AND EUXIR OF SENNA IS THE ONLY PERFECT FAMILY LAXATIVE. BECAUSE IT IS THE ONE REMEDY WHICH ACTS IN A NATURAL, STRENGTHENING WAY AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM, WITHOUT UNPLEASANT AFTER-EFFECTS AND WITHOUT reRITATtNa DEBILITATING OR CR1PING. AND THEREFORE DOES NOT INTERFERE IN AN WAY WITH BUSINESS OR PLEASURE. IT IS RECOMMENDED BY MILLIONS OF WELL INFORMED FAMILIES, WHO KNOW OF ITS VALUE FROM PERSONAL USE. TO GET ITS RrNEFlCIAL EFFECTS ALWAYS BUY THE CENUINE; MANUFACTURED BY THE .CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. KEPI i BjEtwr s 3lr7ii Hi W$fftM&. illll'i rr L'Ti kc civ u c o mm m a a, i AonVfMtr rom tni'flf Hi i m ill If II II H UXAMMMI nlllllll aH coxsnnoKKf, hNi)I( H mimmummi fllll'lt' H VERBOWttS. ftllull1 s ipmImu ill flHR TZSmmmmmmmmmmtmmi2 W mW MINIATURE PICTURE OFTACKACX Women's Silk Stockings Q Sale Price, a Pair . . .L Just for this sale we offer this unusual value In Women's Pure Silk Hosiery make the most of your opportunity and secure several pairs at this low price 39c a pair. They are strictly perfect quality not "sec onds" or damaged goods. All pure silk, with 8 lnch lisle garter top, and lisle heel and toe. Choice of black and tan. Regular 50c and 69c values at 39c pair. It' Pays to Deal JL at Goldenkerg's1 -2) Ak Willi v(k V 1 0mfmf Seventh and K TP'P"168' s $1 All-Linen Damask Scarfs, 39c Special lot of All-linen Damask Scarfs, full bleached and hemstitched all around. Warranted all pure linen flax. Full two yards long. Note the extra length. Sold regularly at 31.00 each. Sale, price, 39c. y Limit two to each buyer. SHAVING COMBINATION 10c box of Williams' Shaving Powder. 26c Kubberset" Shaving Brush. 10c box Royal Violet Talcum Powder. 12c bottle Witch Hazel Extract. Total value, 57c. Sale price, 35c. TUMBLERS Colonial glass Table Tumblers, nicely finished, and with cround bottoms. Full Fire Worth 75c a dozen. Sale prlee, dozen $1 PUNCH SETS Crystal glass Punch Sets, consisting of 6-pt. size Punch Bowl, detachable standi and half a dozen mugs. Reg ular 31 value for $1 KNIVES AND FORKS Sets of Meriden Cutlery Co.'s Steel Knives and Forks, with strongly noisierea cocoa handles. Twelve pieces,! sold regularly at 31.00. Set for LUU W.l.1 39c 39c 39c 75c & $1 Linoleum VOf for, a Yard JJl This sale Is different Inasmuch as these are strictly first-quality Linoleums and in full rolls, not short lengths or remnants. For tomorrow's special sale we offer 25 rolls of Cook's' heavy weight cork-filled Linoleums, in 8-quarter width; choice of light and dark colorings in tiling, mosaic, inlaid and parquette flooring designs, the same grades sold for 75c and $1.00 a yard, at 39c. 60c WATER PAILS Seamless Enameled Water Pails. 24-1 pint size; sold regularly at 69c each. Sale price 39c SALE The Purchasing Power of This Little Sum Greater Than Ever ! Our constant effort is to make this unique sale the center of bargain interest, and for every sale we provide values that cannot fail to hold the attention of every thrif ty "Washington shopper. Out-of-the-ordinarv advantages are offered in almost every department for tomor row 's sale all at one price 39c has the purchasing power of 50c, 75c, and $1.00. Your best interests demand that you attend this sale and enjoy thesplendid econ omies offered for Wednesday at 39c. We cannot fill mail or phone orders. 39c SOc to SI STRAW HATS Special lot of boys' and children's straw Hats, in all the most approved shapes, including Jack Tar, broad brim Sailors, Little Jack Horner ana email juvenile snapes. mmmea with blue. white, or rea nD- bons. Regular 50c, 75c ana $1.00 values. Choice at Boys' Clothing Dept 3d floor. BOYS' C03IBINATION Choice of, the following combination for 39ca Pair of Boys' "Brownie" Overalls, with bib and suspender straps, sizes 2 to 12 years, and one navy blue Jersey one-piece Bathing Suit, sizes 3 to 10 years. Total val- fk ue. 75c Sale price both for fg ZOc J'i Boys' Clothing Dept. 3d flooi:. BOYS KHAKI PANTS Boys. Tan color Khaki Pants, In bloomer stylo sizes 5 to 8 years, and knickei.bocker stvle sizes 0 to 17 yars. Full cut and well made. Al! seams taped. Sale price palrv 39c WOMEN'S IISDERAVEAK Wom en's fine quality Lisle Union Suits, low neck and sleeveless, trimmed with silk ribbon in neck and arms: ankle pants. "Sec onds" of regular tt.00 gar ments, for 39c Men's Negl 75c and $1 .00 ige Shirts Kinds at 39c Thft value; are so bir vou will surely want to buy several of these well-made and perfect-fitting Negligee Shirts at 39c each. Made of good quality Madras and Percale, in coat and regular styles, with stiff or soft cuffs attached. Some have collar attached. Choice of plain colors, also neat black-and-white effects and fancy designs. All sizes from 14 to 17. Sale price, 39c ririrnnrvc nnrcrrhU. dren's Colored Dresses, In long waist and Russian styles, made of Percale and Gingham, dalnUly trl-imed with nanus ana oipwgs or piain materials. Many have fancy border. 75c values ror... nea wiin '39c CHILDREN'S DRAWERS Chil dren's Good Quality Muslin Drawers, sizes 2 to 12 years: trimmed with tucked ruffle or cluster tucks i and hem. worm isc a. pair. Sale price, six pairs for.. iea wun 39c INFANTS SLIPS Infants' Long Nainsook Slips, made In Bishop style. trimmed at neck and sleeves with ruffle. Regular price 23c each. Sale price TWO ror 39c ROc COMBINATIONS Women's Combination Garments, consisting of corset cover and skirt, also corset cover and drawers, trimmed with round yoke of embroidery, ribbon run beading and edged with lace. Another style with two rows of lace Insertion, two rows of rib-, bon-run beading and edged f with lace. Regular 59c values-Jj 5Cc GOWNS Special lot of Wom en's Muslin Night Gowns, in high and V-neck styles and 'slip-over shape. Trimmed with clusters of tucks and ruffle at nerk and sleeves; other styles with embroidery J insertions. Regular 59c val- SMP ues for 50c KISIONOS Women's Long Kimonos of Printed Lawn, in charm ing hgures and floral designs; low neck and three-quarter ki mono sleeves, finished "Jithrtrfc neat scalloped edge. Sale Sfp price JV 75c WASH TUBS Heavy Galvan ized Iron Wash Tubs, with drop handles, 20-inch cize;J sold regularly at 75c each. Sff Sale price SOc STEP LADDERS Strongly made Step Ladders, with shelf at tachment; 4-ft. size: madeQV of selected lumber. Regular M Kfc value. Sale nrlce TSc SLOP JARS Stone China Slop Jars with cover and ball ()A handle: full size. Sold regu- f P larly at TSc each. Sale price tJVX, BLEACHED COTTON Yard-wide Bleached Cotton, firm woven even- thread quality free trom dressing. Sold regularly at 10c a yard. Sale price, SIX YARD3 for 39c 60c ART GOODS Special lot of Mexican drawn-work Bureau Scarfs and Pillow Shams to match. Scarfs are 54x18 Inches and Shams are 30x30 inches. Regular 63c values ror, 39c YARD-WIDE LINING SATIN -c.,1lArt mialltv T.1n!nr Satin, full 36 Inches wide, in a good range of wanted snanes, aiso diock. Sold regularly at 63c a yard. Sale price, ya range oi 39c 50c FLOUNCINGS 27-In. Swiss Embroidery Flounclngs, in a new assortment of beautiful blind f and openwork patterns. Reg- ( ular 50c values. Sale price . VV Mk? and TSc ALL-OVERS Orlent- Net-top AU-oer Laces, in handsome floral and scroll designs. Choice of white, butter, and Arabe color. 50c and 75c values for 39c ROc and 73c VALS Twelve-yard bolts of French and German Va lenciennes Laces, euges ana inser tions to matcn; cnoice oi new and dainty designs for trimmings. 50c and 75c val ues for 39c MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS Men's large-size hemstitched border Hand kerchiefsnice, soft quality On Sold regularlv at 5c each. ff Sale price. TWELVE for.... 10c and 12V4c HANDKERCHIEFS lOi) dozen women's fine, sheer qual ity Handkerchiefs, with pretty Medici lace edge. Worth 10c OA and 12c each. Sale price, f EIGHT for SOc SILK GLOVES Women's 2 rlnun all-silk Gloves, with double- tlpped fingers, choice of black and white. Regular KA niiqiUi QnlA rtrlr. nalr. r- uouuie- :39c. HOUSECLCANING OUTTIT 79c Value for 39c We hae prepared a large num ber of these Housecleaning Out fits for tomorrow's big demand, and we expect to sell them all by closing time tomorrow even ing. One Sclf-wringtng Floor Mop, worth 39c One Three-string Carpet Broom, worth 25c. One Turkey Feather Duster, worth 15c Worth 79c Sale price, 39c. 75c and 08c NECKWEAR Special lot of Women's Handsome Summer Neckwear, consisting of imported Point Venice Lace Yokes. ph.micnttAu nnrt Dutch Col lars, in a variety of new de signs. Sale price 39c RIBBONS No. 5 width All-silk Taffeta Ribbons, in plain and saUn finish. Choice ot aw me mosi faiAFAd oimmr shndps. Reff-l ular price 00c a bolt of ten yards. Sale price 39c BOc RIBBONS No. 2 width .rliL- cotin Tl.irlf Rlaek Vel vet Ribbons, in ten-yard bolts. Sold regularly at 59c Sale price, bolt All- 39c trT"Vf & iv CVIITVrSRS 5-nt. sir Fountain Syringes good quality rub- DCr, WlWl IIe Itrci. wi uuuw tubing and nara runoer ni tlngs Regular nrlce 59c each. Sale price ROc and 75c PARASOLS Manu facturer's samples of. Children's Par asols, in plain colors and fancy 1-h.fifi nnd novelty designs: u nnd 16-lnch sizes, with handsome wood sticks. Reg ular 50c and 75c alues for. r 39c :39c HAIR BRUSHES The well-known "Keenclean" Hair Brusnes. the kind with aluminum face. Sold everywhere at 50c each. Offered in tnis saie at. 39c 75c SICILIAN 50-lnch English Sicilian, strictly reversible and dust- proof quality wun ncn siih. like luster Choice of lain i navv blue and black. Regu lar price 75c yard. Sale price i39c ROc STORM SERGE 38-In. Cream Storm Serpe with neat pencil stripes; close woven aouDie twin quai itv. esDecIallr desirable for suits and skirts. Regular price 50c yard. Sale price. 39c ROc WINDOW SCREENS Hard wood Extension frame Window Screens, with steel centers and mor tised frames, zu tnqnes mgn i .and opn to k incnes tegu- Jar price 50c. Sale price. LUU lilUI- !39c 75c WASH VEILS Special loi ofVs women's Wash Veils, for automobll- I i .c GARBAGE CANS Heavy Gal- lng or general summer wear. slating of white lace and and black silk. Full 1 yards long. Sale price con- I vanlzed Iron Garbage Cans, tight fitting cover. 5-gallon size. Sold regularly at 60c eacn. sale price 39c i! with 39c 75c MATTING RUGS -1,000 finer quality Japanese Matting Raigs. ISO warn grade; size 3x6 ft., tn hand some woven carpet patterns; strictly reversible. Colorir.gsu ot green, rea ana Diue. ueg- ular TSc values for 39c 75c CREX RUGS 500 genuine "Crex" Rugs, size 24x48 Inches ach rug with the Crex ticket attached. In colors of creen. red. and blue, in plain, striped and hnT-rirri eiTprtK Sanitary i and durable. Regular TSc val ue. Sale price 39c 65c SOFA CUSHIONS 25 dozen Sofa Cushions, size 24x24 and. 26x26 iny.hu fllloH with nft fluff V silk flos. and covered with hear white cambric Regu lar 6oc value, saie price. r !39c 63c FETHER PILLOWS 200 large size Bed Pillows, covered with heavy weight "A. C. A. ticking and filled with sanitary crusnea turkey feathers iiaae oaor less by cold blast process. Regular 65c value for.. i 39c WINDOW SHADES 100 dozen Opaque. Cloth Window Shades, size 3x6 ft., mounted on good strong "spring rollers strictly first quality, not seconds. In Hcht. med ium and dark green. cruJ and white. Regular price 29" Mf each. Sale price, two fDr J 75c and 1 PICTURES Special lot of rramed Pictures, with lVs and 2 inch gilt and dark wxod moldings: sizes as large as 16x20. Variety of .. ....I,.. eiih1rtR. Includ ing, .t.hlnff, nnri nrlnts in fruit, scenery and fac-similos. T'sual 75c and SI values. Sale price fl.25 and 11.50 CURTAINS 500 Half Pairs or sample strips of Fine Quality Madras Curta'ns. most of which can be matched Into pairs. Light grounds with stripes of red, green, blue and rose 40 Inches wide and 3 yards long. Very ef fective for door and window AA draperies. Sold by the pair at Uj Jl 25 and $1.50. Sale price, strip JJ 39c 75c MUSLIN CURTAINS 200 pairs of Ruffled Muslin Curtains, hem stitched kind. Excellent sheer quality, tucked or plain.: Sold regularlv at ioc pair. Sale price, pair 60c TABLE DAMASK 62-ln. All Linen German Cream Tabic Damask, warranted all nurc linen rhrtiM nt four nrp-ttv nat- teros. Sold regularly at 60c yard. Sale price 39c 39c HUCK TOWELS Superior qual ity Hemmed Huck Towels, heavy doublo thread kind, with fast color and red border. Note the size 19x40. Sold regularly at 15c each. Total value 60c. Sale price, FOUR for.. 39c LINEN NAPKIN S All-Linen Bleached Damask Napkins, size lSx IS Inches, warranted all pure linen. In assorted patterns. so:a regularly at J1.25 dozen. Sale price half uii.ri... 39c 50c TRAVELING CASES Fiber old Traveling Cases. 14-lnch size. handy for taking on short trips, picnics, etc. Regular 50c value. Sale price Traveling Goods Dept. 39c 50c to 1 HAT BANHS Special lot of the well-known and widely ad vertised Wlcke's Hat sands, in a variety of colors and efffcets. Kinds sold regularlv at 50c to $1.00 each. Sale price... 39c BAREFOOT SANDALS Children's good quality Tan Lea&iex Barefoot Sandals, all solid leatrur. closed all around. Sizes 3 to 8. Sale price, pair.... 50c and 69c BATHING SLIPPERS Women"s good quality low-cut Bathing Slippers, in whlt or black. All sizes Sold regularly ac. BOc and 69c pair. Sale price INF NTS FOOTWEAR Infants' soft sole Shoes, Roman Sandals, Moccasins and Ankle Strap Slippers, in sizes 0 to 3. Regular 50c and 69c values for, pair 39c 39c 39c 75c RAMIE LINEN 18-lnch ex tra heavy, duality white- imported Ramie Linen, one of the handsomest and most desirable materials for tailored suits and skirts. Regular 75c value, at... 39c INDIA LINON Superior quality white India Llnon, 30-In. wide, pos sessing that desirable sheerness and fineness for making charming sum mer waists and dresses. Worth 10c a yard Total value. 60c. Sale price. SIX YARDS for 39c CHECK DIMITY White Check Dimity, in several size checks a cool and desirable material for white waists and dresses. Sold regularly at 15c a yard. Total value. TSc Sale price, FIVE iARDS for 39c vv nil A 393 39c 81x00 BLEACHED SHEETS 50 dozen 81x90 Bleached Sheets, full size for double beds, made of good, strong, even-thread cotton, with a welded seam In the canter. Regular 59c value. Sale price 50c SATIN MESSALINE All-silk imported Satin Messallne. 19-ln. wide. In black and a complete range of street and evening shades. Rich, brilliant luster Regu lar price, 59c yard. Sale price 75c WATERPROOFED FOU LARDS 24-inch genuine Lyons dye Water-proofed Foulards, all-silk quality. In navy blue, black, and col ored grounds, with popular space dots, neat figures, etc .Regu lar 75c value. Sale price. yard 75c BLVCK TAFFETA 24-lnch Black Taffeta Silk, nure dye Quality. et Yiamrv Txtr-hf rTiil rlrh V brilliant luster Wear guar anteed. Regular 75c value, for 39c 39c 75c FRENCn LINEN 48-Inch fine ouality imported Black French Linen, extra fine even-thread grade for fashionable black gar ments. Sold regularly at 75c a yard. Sale price, yard. 39c MaBaaMal,aWftaBBBB'BBaBBBBHB,BBK Clearance Sale of Millinery Our Entire Stock of Trimmed Hats, Untrimmed Hats and Millinery Trimmings Marked at Greatly Reduced, Prices In order to reduce our stock of millinery we have planned this big clearance sale for tomorrow and the rest of the week. Nothing has been reserved our entire stock of trimmed and untrimmed hats and millinery trimmings is included in this big clearance movement, and prices have been sharply re duced all along the line -to make quick work of the surplus. With the summer season only just begun you will find this the most important money-saving event known this season. Few women, who after reading the list of bargains published below, can resist buy ing another hat or two. , ' ' Untrimmed Hats, of burnt and colored chip, in small and large shapes. fp T Values worth from $1-00 to K' $2.00. Sale price Untrimmed Hats, of black chip and hemp, burnt chip, white and black chip, burnt and white Milan braid. All the new est shapes, including small and medium size hats, dress, round sailor and hood styles. Values worth from $2.50 to $3.50. See price.. Lot of Black and White Willow Plumes, sold regularly at $10.00. Sale price Children's Ready-to-Wear Hats, in styl ish shapes of burnt and white straws. Prettily trimmed with fancy scarfs. Regular $1.48 values. Sale price 69c $2.98 , in sty i straw 25( Fine quality Trimmed Hats, in a good assortment of stylish shapes, trimmed in various attractive ways. $5.00 and $6.00 values at 98c $7.00 and $8.00 values at $1.98 $10.00 values at $2.98 $12.00 values at $8.98 $15.00 values at $5.00 v . . Children's Trimmed Hats, of Tuscan braids, faced with white, light blue and pink chiffon; trimmed with rib- Wff bon match facings. Regular i' $3.50 values. Sale price ' -Stylish Ready to-Wear Hats, in dark colors, rolled sailor shapes. Also small hats of mixed braids, trimmed k rtf nrtih fanpv fpftthprs. Rppulnr I X $3.00 values. Sale price 48' FLOWERS REDUCED. 25c values reduced to' oc 48c values reduced to 15c $1.00 and $1.50 values reduced to ...Soc " . J Lot of Wings and Fancy Feathers, jn black, white and colors." All good style trimmings. Values "f Af w.orth from SOc to $1.50. Sale 111' price . , v Untrimmed French Hats, made of the finest hemp braids, in shapes that are seen only in imported models. Colors of -burnt, old rose, navy blue, red, vio let and black. Values worth from $8.00 to $12. Sale price ..... ,e, reu, viu- $1.98 20 Colored Willow Plumes, in corn, Kind's blue, coral and gray Bhaded effect. Regu lar $10.00 values. Sale price, each. 6 Black and White Willow Plumes. Reg ular $35.00 values. Sale price Lot of White Willow Plumes, soiled from handling. Val ues worth from $15.00 to $20.00. Sale price........ Lot of good quality Straw Braids, in black, white, burnt, and a complete line of colors. Good assortment of pat terns. 10 yards In each piece. Values worth 50c, to $1.00. Sale price $3.98 $16.98 rimes,, sllghtlj $6.98 10c e jf . ft A 4MtA-,