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THE WASHINGTON TIM, FEIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1912.
ARGHBALD TIL
TO BE POSTPONED
UNTIL LATE FALL
Senate Expected to Consent
to Delay on Meeting
; Tomorrow.
That the'' impeachment trial of Judge
Archbald will be postponod by the Sen
ate when It meets again tomorrow as
a high court of impeachment la gener
ally believed. It Is not a certainty, be
cause of the strenuous opposition of
the House managers and some of the
Democratic leaders.
A. 8. Worthlngton. counsel for Arch
bald, has told the Senate he cannot bo
ready for trial until October 15. He Is
expected to lnalat on this and to make
a showing of why he wants continu
ance, in the face of his demand for
delay, the Senate cannot well force im
mediate trial, though some of the mem
bers,?; the Senate Insist the accused
man has had plenty of time to prepare
for trial,
If the case Is postponed. It will tend
to hurry along the end of the session,
though there is as yet nothing definite
a?..to whcn the session will close, pro
viding the, Senate votes to nut tho trial
over to. next November or December.
while counsel for Archbald says he
cannot be ready until October IB, tho
Senate will In no event postpone the
case until that date. If a postpone
ment la decided on, It will be until after
tho election In November, and possibly
until December,
HOLES IN CHEESE
INCREASE VALUE
Polka Dot Effect In Swiss Delicacy Is Explained By Wil
son's Experts In Gentle Art of "
Tracing Mysteries.
Anther of the eternal mysteries is now
being trailed to Its
lair.
9
Another Im
mortal problem, barf ting to many gen
erations of 'gastronomists and 'epicur
eans, will soon be trapped, caged, and
conquered y the laboratory experts who
sail under the. flag of "Tama Jim". .Wil
son. The mighty question which has not
been solved Is: "Why are tho holes in
Swiss cheese?" Why the polka dot .ef
fect in the delicacy which has won Us
way from the Alps around the world?
This perploxlng mystery has' caused
much perturbation among cheese mak
ers for many years. The "eyes' In" Swiss
cheese are not only Its chief character
istic. Without them it is'.lm'posslblo to
sell the cheese'. " .
There is an indefinable atmosphere qt
"quality" and distinction about the
cheese which has tho lace-work" and em
broidery fcffect. Without the Tioles the
cheese Is snubbed and dlBKrnqed"from a,
popular point of view. People Will not
buy It.
Need "Eyes" to Get Money.
Because of defects in "eyo" 'formation
the Swiss cheese has suffered ta great
depreciation in value. To the biological
chemist their formation Is a flsclnatlng
subject. ,
' In certain, districts the dealers rely
almost entirely upon the "eye" feature,
and, Bhortly after they have reached
proper development, relieve the maker
of further caro of the cheese.
The. following are tho scientific conclu
sions reached by 'the Department of
Agriculture:
Gases tn Cheese.
The gases of normal "eyes" in cheese
are excluhslvelv carbon dioxide and
nitrogen and of these only the carbon
dioxide Is of significance.
.The nitrogen accompanying the car
bon dioxide In normal eyes Is that of
air originally Included In tho curd at
the time of manufacture. ,
.There sometimes occurs in the Initial
fermentation an evolution of gas char
acterized by tho presence of hydrogen.
This is believed to be due to the gaseous
fermentation of sugar,
The hydrogen from such ah Initial f or
mentatton may somottmes linger to con
taminate the gas of normal eyes.. It has
been found that cheese, was capable of
retaining a large amount of carbon
dioxide.
WOMEN
TEACHERS
WILL BE URGED TO
'SF
WILSON
I
School Marms and Masters
Are 'to Be jsked to Con
tribute to Campaign.
'Charles A. Douglas and Dr. Clarence
J. Owens, president and secretary of
the Wilson and Marshall Democratic
Association o'f the Dltrict of Columbia,
returned to the city today from New
York, where they consulted with Wil
liam V, McCombs, chairman of the
Democratlo national committee, on plans
for raising subscriptions to the Demo
cratic election fund among the school
teachers of the country.
Mr. Douglas and Dr. Owens were In
the local delegation which went to Sea
girt, N. J., on a special train yester
day to see Gov. Woodrow Wilson. Thev
left Seagirt at 4:30. and went to New
York, returning early today.
Seek' Women's Money.
"We expect shortly to begin a cami
palgn to raise more than 1100,000 from
school teachers," said Dr. Douglas to
day. "Thero are 60,000 school teachers
In the South alone," said Mr. Douglas,
"and I am positive we can get 11 from
each woman and man taoher. There
are more than 100,000 teachors in thB
country, and we further believe that
most every woman will contribute Jl."
It Is moro than probable that a call
for such subscriptions wilt be sent out
very soon. Tho Wilson and Marshall
Democratic Association' of the District
wilt look after such contributions,
thotlgh it Is more than probable that a
committee will be named to liftndlo the
money after It Is' received: In Washing
ton. "
The plan was sllghtlv discussed yester
day afternoon at Seagirt, N. J between
Governor Wilson and.'zir. Douglas and
Dr. Owens as spokesman for tho Wash
ington delegation,' but nothing: definite
of tho plan was known until' after the
return of the -president and secretary
of tho association from New York.
Governor Wilson approved the plan of
Dr. Owens.
Wilson Pleased.
Governor Wilson said ho was extrefrieiy
happy to meet such a' representative
bunch of men. Mr. Douglas told tho
Democratic leader that all he had to do
was to ask for tholr aid In stumping or
campaigning in Maryland, Wost Vir
ginia, and nearby States, and that be
would get plenty of able volunteers.
Crowds Attend Benefit
For Titanic Memorial
A large crowd attended the "garden
party" at the Bolasco 'last night for
the beneflt of tho fund for the "Na
tional Titanic Memorial." The crowd
was much larger than on Wednesday
night. Sections of the MAHnn nnrf
the Fifteenth Cavalry Bands .furnish-
en music.
Entertainments will h IipM (nnlzht.
tomorrow night, and Sunday night at
the samo place. Col. R. .. Montague
will be the speaker tonight. Arthur 8.
Wltcomb, of the Fifteenth Cavalry
Band, will give several cornet solos.
Delegates Named.
. DKNVrjIt, Colo.. Aug. 2. Colorado's
delegated to the progressive party
convention at Chicago will leave here
Saturday afternoon. The Htato pro
gressive convention representing
most of the counties of the Htate,
nominated Edward V. Costlgon, of
Denver, for governor.
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Trunks, Suit Cases,
Traveling Bags
SAVE AVERAGE OF (HALF
$2.50 Switches
89c Each
24 and 26-lnch wavy
Switches, made, of good
quality naturul hair, full
size and weight. All the
most desirable shades. Ac
tual $2.C0 value ' for 89c
each.
$3.00 Wavy Switches, ex
tra quality selected hair,
full 26-inch lengths. He-
r.cd. $1.39
$1.50, $2 and $2.50
Parasols
69c
The lot consists of Silk,
Pongee and Linen? Para
sole, In the most popular
coaching shapes; choice of
Elaln. hemstitched, cm
roldered, striped and fig
ured effects. Large variety
of styles and colorings.
Choice of values worth
$1.60. $2.00, arid $2.50 for
69c each.
Store Closes at 6 P. M. Tomorrow
PLEASE SHOP EARLY
"fT PAYS TO DEAL K AT GOLDEN BERGy
GoUkAbergs
SEVENTH AND K "THE DEPENDABLE STORE"
$10, $12.50 and $15 Silk Dresses H Q&
Offered Tomorrow at . pj-fU
A purchase of a maker's entire surplus lines of wpmen's silk dresses that will
create a sensation. All this season's most charming designs, fashioned of fine
quality silks j. scores of trim, effective models. The price we are able to name as
the result of this remarkable transaction hardly covers the cost of materials, to
say 'nothing of the time and expense required to have them made.
For the summer vacation trip, as well as street, afternoon, and evening wear, you will want just
such'dresses. Think of paying only $3.98 for silk dresses worth $10 to $15.
' AH are brand new styles, fashioned of every silk in demand right now, includng theTollowing:
. Chiffon Taffeta Silk Dresses,
Changeable Taffeta Silk Dresses,
Striped McsBallne Silk Dresses,
, Imported Satis Foulard Silk Dresses,
Check Taffeta Silk Dresses, '
Handsome Pongee Silk Dresses,
Imported SaUn Messallne Dresses,
Polka-dot Foulard Silk Dresses.
Kvery wanted color plain navy bluo and black, neat stripes, figures, checks, bordered effects, as well as
scores of charming combinations and novelty trimmed styles, with Macrara e collars and icuffs, lace yoke, etc.
High and low neck models, with long-, three-quarter and short sleeves.
Early visitors tomorrow will so euro first choice of these silk dresses at $3.98 which 1b always best choice.
Choice-of-the-House Clearing Sale of
Men's H8,20,J22.50 & 25 Suits
At $1 3.65 for Choice
This radical cut affects every remaining summer suit in the house, and gives you
unlimited choice of former $18, $20, $22.5o, and $25 values at $13.65. When you
consider the fact that Goldenberg's regular prices are notably less than other cloth
iers charge for the same high quality clothing, the savings wilt appear even greater
than at first glance. We are ater clearance at any cost and this remarkably low
price will give us a clear field for the new season's stock.
The variety Is larger, the selection of colors line. Every mas can be fitted from
the lot, which consists of handsome browns,' fancy stripes, novelty blues, dark mix
tares, grays, self-striped blues, and plain fine twilled serges. Conservative and Kng.
llsh models. Every suit hand tailored. Sizes 33 to 46, including stouts. Values
north up to $25.00 for 913.65.
200 MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S FINE QUALITY ALL-WOOL BLUE
SERGE SUITS, fine weave, extra well tailored and trimmed. Values worth djo A g
$12.50, $13.50, and $15.00 for -...., 404Ol
Summer Underwear
"Wonien'n Pure Mule Vents, low
neck and sleeveless: silk taped
neck and . arms. "Otis" ,make.
Theqe are seconds of the regular
DOc grades. Ottered for one nP
day at aUv
Women' Pure I.lsle Union Sultn,
low neck and sleeveless, silk tap
ed neck and arms. Umbrella and
tight knee pants. Worth 69c QK
and 7Gc each OtJl
Women's Lisle Vrt, Bilk taped
neck and arms. Plain and trim
med with crochet lace yokes.
White, pink, and blue. OKo
Worth 50c each tll
Women's Extrn alxe Tight Knee
Pants, llnlshed with French Mus
lin bands. Sold regularly at OK
35c pair. One da'y at tOK
Women's Kxtra sice Gauce Vests.
low neck and sleeveless, taped'neck
and arms; fine and swlss ribbed;
round and square necks. Also low
neck and wing- sleeves, Reg- 1 C
ular 25c values. Special at.. XUC
Misses' and Children's Pure Male
Vesta, low neck and sleeveless;
silk taped neck and arms. t(n
worth 25c each. Special at... Xul
Children's Gaure Vests, taped
neck and arms; worth 10c and En
'12e each vl
Hoys BatbrlRgnn and Poros
knlt" ITndentcar, shirts with .high
neck and short sleeves, drawers
knee length. Worth 2Bc 10Ja
each. Special nt X.U l
Petticoats and Aprons
Women's Petticoats, of gingham
and seersucker, best quality ma
terials. Made with tailored and
tucked flounces; blue and gray
striped effects. ' Kxtra and regu
lar, sizes. Regular 1.00 KQ
Values UtC
Women's IarCe White -Aprons, of
good nualltv lawn, with and with
out bibs; slightly soiled. OQ
Regular 50c values UVs
Store For Rent Below Regular Price
Our Annex at 1303 F St. N.W. Must
Be Closed Out By Sept. 15th
Entire Stock Must Go
We. have, no room for more goods at our main
store, 13.41 JF street northwest, and to save the ex
pense of storage, EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD
AT AVERAGE OF ONE-HALF. OUR LOSS IS
YOUR GAIN. ' . , .
'KnfiwA .f nrlr t T nmkc
IVICn S and ISOyS LOW bhOCS II All from makers noted for their superior productions.
Any Man's Straw sPedal Saturday Sale of
Hat in the House Velvet Ribbons
Sold Up tO $2.50 kKy tfh0i,0nTaenry0fu,ae8h,f0o?
JF-, ' CA Black Velvet Ribbons this
I Or OZC summer, and will appre
ciate theso low sale prices
All styles; all braids; all on the most wanted kinds,
sizes up to 7?. Choice of No. 10 n't 2.1c a yard.
our entire remaining stock. j$; ; -t 20c . r.rd.
:erfly oId, ns h,Kh " W,hlle tho prices are un-
12.50, for 69c tomorrow. usually low. the qualities
(Men's Clothing Dopt. 2d are high thus Unking: ex
Floor.) tra value 'with 'satisfaction.
Values Worth $2.50, $3 and ti f IQ
$3,50 Finally Reduced to . . . AP JL Oft?
While wearing lime is at its height, selling time for low shoes is
growing short and we must reduce our stock. Accordingly we cut the
prices on our remaining lines of men's and boys' footwear to record
points for immediate clearance.
At $1.69 a pair choice offered of button and lace Shoes and Ox
fords, in all the best leathers Russia Calf, Patent Colt, Vict Kid, and
Gun Metal, in the season's most -approved shapes and styles. All sizes
iirtheWfor boys and men 1 to 5irid 6 talor'V
Women's $3 and $3.50 Oxfords and Pumps of While Can
vas and Whito Nu-Buck, also Tan Russia Calf, Patent Colt
and Gun Metal Leathers. All sizes 2 to 8. Reduced to....,
$2.45
Boys' $5, $6 & $6.50 Suits
Choice Offered at $2.98
Now comes the final cut on our regular stock of Boys' Suits an out-and-out sac
rifice that gives you unlimited choice of lines formerly sold at $5 to $6.50, for $2.98.
Of some suits there are four and live of a pattern, and the sizes range from 6 to 16
years.
Materials consist of all wool Fancy Casslmeres, In a splendid variety of pray,
brown, tan, mulberry blue and other shades. Double-breasted and Yoke Norfolk mod
els, with full cut Knickerbocker pants. Bring the boy in Saturday and fit him in
one of these fine suits at a saving of from $2 to $3.50.
98c
Boys White Beach Suits, with short
sleeves and new atyle straight pants. Some
made with Dutch necks, In belted and
blouse styles. Sizes 3 to 8 years. Values
worth SI. GO and S2.00 each. Spe
cial at
Boit Pure Womted Navy niup Serge
Double Breasted Suits, with Knickerbocker
pants: extra fine quality material and neat
ly tailored. Full cut sizes from 7 to 16
years. Values worth SG.OO and Q JQ
$6.50 UJO.UU
Bo' Government Olive Khaki doth
rants, taped seams and patent buttons and
belt loops, Bloomers, sizes S to 7 years,
knickerbockers, sizes 9 to 16 years. A'An
Regular 7Ec values, offered at flffcC
Bargain Table of Boja' Wearables, in
cluding White and Colored Blouses, Tan
Khaki Pants, Boys Felt Telescope Hats,
Boys' Percale Shirts, Boys' one piece Bath
ing Suits and Cambric Night Shirts.
Values worth up to 50c each, of- QQ
f ered at uuC
Saturday Sales from 2 to 6 p.m.
A List of Bargains in Small Type That Presents Extraor
dinary Economies on Wanted Summer Merchandise
Jelly Glasses, Hie.
Crystal slats Jelly Tumblers
with tin tops. 2 to S at 1 1-tc
each.
20c "Window Screens,
Walnut finished Extension
Frame Window Screens, IS In.
high, open to S3 In.
30c Saucepans, 17c
Seamless Covered Enameled
Saucepans, 12'Plnt slxe. From
2 to 6 at 17c each.
25c Knife Sets, 9c
Steel Knife' SeU. consisting
of Dread, Cake, and Paring;
KnheS: black enameled han
dles. : td 6 at 9e set.
15c Water Palls, 9c
Heavy Galvanized Iron
Water Palls, 8-quart size. 2
to S at 9c.
5c Laundry Soap,
0 for 19c.
TtfRUlar Da slzo cakes of
"Santa Claus" or "Lennox"
Laundry Soap, offered" from 2
to 6 at SIX cakes for lie.
20c alue.
10c Soup, 2 for 15c
Campbell's Tomato Soap,
sold regularly nt 10c a can.
From 2 to t at TWO for 15c.
20c Salmon, 9&c
Tall cans ot extra, quality
Salmon, regularly 20a each.
From 1 to 0 at 9Hc each.
loo June Peas, 9fic
Regular 15c cans of Early
June Feas, select quality,
sound and perfect. From 2
to I at 9Hc can.
10c "Jello," 7fic
Regular 10c package of
"Jello," the popular summer
dessert. In assorted flavors.
From 2 to t p. m. at 7Kc each.
59c Sheets 39c
81x90 Bleached Sheets, full
double bed size, with welded
seam.
85c Slrcets, 55c
81x90 Seamless Dleached
Sheets, extra heavy linen fin
ish sheeting Cotton.
$1 Spreads, 89c
ll-quarter whlto Crochet
Spreads, full double bed size.
In heavy raised Marseilles pat
terns. 15c Pillow Cuses, 994 c.
45x36 Bleached Pillow Cases,
large size, hand torn and
Ironed. 2 to 0 at 9io each.
10c Cambric, 576 c.
Yard-wide White Cambric,
a fine close woven, soft finish
quality for summer -needs.
8o Apron Ginghams,
47sc
Standard Quality Apron
(llnghams, In blue, brown and
green checks; warranted fast
colors.
50o Silks, 29c
24 and 27 In. Striped Tub
Silks, In a large assortment of
colored hairline stripes; heavy
Arm quality.
91 Silks, 89c
SS-lnch all-silk Satin Fou
lards, In stripes, dots, neat
designs, and stylish bordered
effects.
12Wc Voiles, 7&c. ,
Colored Stripe Voiles, in
neat stripes. 2 to 6 at 7?ic
yard.
12)ac Batiste, 7?ic
Colored Irish Batiste, In neat
stripe effects. Fart colors.
25c Poplins, 12c
Mercerized Poplins, with
handsome silk stripes, In navy
bluo and black. Subject to
slight mill Imperfections.
$1 Longclo'tu, 59c.
10-yard pieces of genuine
English Longcloth. 36 In. wide,
soft chamois finish.
50c Pique, 25c
White Imported French Pique
In several size welts. Slightly
Imperfect, but not enough to
hurt near or appearance.
85e "Flaxon," 15c
M-ln Whlto "Flaxon," a
beautiful sheer fine quality for
dainty summer garments.
50c White Voile, 25c
45-ln. White French Voile,
an extra fine close mesh grade
for smart summer garments.
05c Mosquito Netting,
39c
8-yard pieces of Adams'
make Mosquito Netting, In 7
quartcr width. Choice ot white,
black, green, blue, pink or red.
75c Bath Bugs, 29c
Heavy weight soft finish
Bath Room Rugs. In various
color combinations. Size 2tx
41; strictly roerslble.
15c Mirrors, 5c
Oval shape Mirrors, with
metal frames. In black, brown,
and gilt enamel; complete with
easel and hanger attachment.
(4th Floor.)
$18 Rugs, $8.98.
9x12 ft. Largest Room-size
all-wool Brussels Rugs, made
In one piece. Choice of floral
and medallion designs. W. A
J. Sloano make.
59c Mohair, 39c
44-ln. lustrous quality Mo
hair Brilllantlne, dust and salt
water proof; strictly reversible.
In black and navy blue.
50c Storm Serge, 33c.
w-.i.. oiwm nerge, a. naru
twisted, close woven quality. In
uy uiue ana DiacK.
Boys' 50c Caps, 19c
Boys' Fancy Casslmere and
Silk Mohair Qolf Caps, light
weight for summer.
Boys' 50c Bathlug Suits,
25c
BoVM Vnrv TiIiia lr.A.
Bathing-Suits, two-piece style;
izes zz io 34 chest, measure.
Boys' $3 'and $3.50 Suits,
$1.00.
Boys' Fancy Casslmere
Suits, In double breasted style,
with Knickerbocker pants;
sizes 7 to IS years. Light, me
dium, and dark patterns.
Boys' 25c Belts. 15c
Boys' Leather Belts. In
brown, tan, and black
tfd Floor.)
Silk Stockings
$1.00 and $1.50 Values
At 69c Pair
A remarkable undernrico offering
of Women's Pure Silk Stockings,
In plain and silk embroidered ef
fects, at 69c pair. Just tho kind
to pack In your trunk for tho
"Kolne-away" trip.
Fine quality pure silk, with lisle
garter top, double sole and toe,
high spliced heel. Embroidery work
In black and colors.
AVomen's Mercerised Llale Stock.
Inns, with garter tops, seamless
feet, double heel and toe. Good
elastic quality. Worth 25c lrT
pair 1C
(Three pairs for 50.)
Infanta' Fancy Tos Socks, full
fashioned foot; double sole and toe.
In all the most sought after shades.
Sizes 4 to 6. Worth 25c nn
pair C
Summer Ribbons
Wanted Kind for llar Dorrs,
Sanhea, and Hat Triuinitngn af
Half-price Satluga.
35 Novelty Itlbbons, 5 Inches wide,
consisting of plutn Mohe Itlbbons,
Satin and Taffeta Striped Itlbbons,
Satin and Moire Striped Ribbons;
also Beautiful Fancy Dresden Rib
bons; all extra fine qualities, suit
able for sashes, hulrbows or
millinery uses; white and all - Q
colors IOC
50c Plain and Novelty Ribbons,
extra wide kinds. Including Bro
cade Ribbons In solid colors, show
ing beautiful designs of roses or
chrysanthemums; also bowknot
patterns in satins and eatin-and-taffeta
combinations, and Kxtra
Heavy Quality Wide Satin Ribbons,
7-Inch Moire Ribbons, Novelty Satin
and Taffeta striped Ribbons. nrn
White and ail colors mUL
$5.00 Trunks . $2.65
6.00 Trunks . 3.65
9.00 Trunks . 5.65
1 100 Trunks . 6.65
$14.00 Trunks . $8.65
16.50 Trunks. 9.65
17.50 Trunks . 10.65
20.00 Trunks . 12.65
(STEAMER WARDROBES.)
Leather and Matting Cases
These, too, are of trustworthy qualities and well made.
$1.50 Suit Cases . 89c
2.00 Suit Cases . 95c
3.50 Suit Cases, $1.95
3.95 Suit Cases . 2.85
$6.50 Suit Cases, $3.90
8.50 Suit Cases . 4.65
12.00 Suit Cases . 6.95
14.00 Suit Cases . 8.45
High Grade Traveling Bags
' BIG SAVINGS
Bags that are made, right, a vital thing to be sure of.
$4.50 Bags . $2.90
5.75 Bags . 3.85
7.50 Bags . 4.90
9.00 Bags. 5.75'
$11.00 Bags
12.50 Bags
14,50 Bags
16:75 Bags
$6.85
7.45
8.35
9.85
SALE STARTS FRIDAY MORNING
M. BERMAN & SON
1303 F Street N.W.
Main Store The Trunk and Leather Shop, 1341 F St N.W.
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