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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1012.
REFORMS IN CITY
Increased Activity by Organi
, zation Shown at Annual
PLANS FOR PARKS
Old Forts Near Anacostia Will Be Developed as Recrea
tion Grounds by District Presbyterians Visit
Baltimore Missionary Meeting.
WASHINGTON TIMHS IHIKEAU,
ANACOKTIA. I. '. NOV '5
Tho OMtrnMIn of tlata hy tho ofllte
of tho DUtrlct Hurvc-or nit u prelim
inary to tho ccndemnatlon proceeding
for tho ucduirement of tho sites of old
Fort DavlH and Dupmit for tho purpose
of IransformInK them Into puhllt- pnrkit,
nit pinvldcd for b the Tiiat Hcwtlon of
Congress, lion hem practically com
pleted. During the lust two nionthit mil-
eying parties hie been on the mound,
nnd the results of their work are shown
In reports fur the Information of tho
court ami tnc municipal aumoruirit con
Unusual activity by the Hoard of
Trade this tt Inter seemz to be assured
Ha the result of thf laigely alteti.le'l
unnuul meeting ut the Nun Wlllnnl
ihst nlsht, und tho recommendations
contained In the annual report of the
.president, presented by A. C Muse.
The board of directors, composed of
ithe twenty members whose teims have
Uiot expired und the ten elected at last
Slight's meeting will meet Thursday at
j.ir. . i.m ftrnitu-H fur the ensuing
?i-ar and commence consideration af tin Iiirvi. Street botindai
various measures sUBpcsteii inu recpm
Jnended by committees nnd I'resldent
"Slorci. That thu present tiflltt-rs will
all bo re-elected minis probable today.
The New Directors.
Tho ncnly elected dliectorn are:
Theodore W. Nujes. Dr. Frank n.
Gibson, Odell 8. Smith. Aldls U. llrownc,
tudwln C anilitfm, J. Harry Cunning
Jiam, Samuel J. Prescott, H. W. Wood
vard, George W. Han Is, and John
3'oole. A lutal vote of 317 wan cast.
The campaign for the execution of
the outllng park section of the Mc
Jllllan l'ulk Coinm sslon's plam for tho
development of Washington, the valuo
uf active co-operation In bringing con
ventions to Washington! Importance of
the playgrounds und Hoy Scouts muvc-
i,.Ati.' ilio ,-rpntInn nf a 4lleclal leg.fl-
lutlve committee, and the use of the i resented Garden Church,
public BClUol nuiiuiugs tor buciui unu
other purpoes are some of the mat
ters which lecelvcd special attention
In tho president's report.
Secretary William John Kynon re
ported that the membership of tho
board had Increased to 1,002, and this
II cure was corrected by 'i'leasuier C
J Uockcler to 1,010. Mr, Gockeler also
announced his leslgnatlon uh chairman
of the membership committee.
Memorial to Noyes.
With thn members of thu board stand
ing. William II Singleton, chairman of
special commlttt appointed to draw
u suitable memorial to the late Treat
ment Thomas C. No) es, rend nn clo(iueiit
tribute to the first piesldent of tho
board to be called b death. Atter the
leading of the inemoilal the annual
election of directors was held
Thut the pies, nt campaign to get
action on the development of the Mc
JMIIlan park plan will nee di-Mnitt- le
nults was asset ted strung!) liv Presi
"1 uni tomlnertl that whether or not
iiur efforts aie clowned with sue cess lit
ithe coming session of Congress, he
eald, "we shall !iue uwniicncu new o
terest In the beuutlilcallon of the Na
tional Capital." ...... ., ,
Mr. Moses suggested that tho Hoard
of Trade muke uiraiigeinents to Hike
liart 111 the ceremonies at thu un oiling
of the fountain next April, which Is
now being elected In McMillan Park b
J. Anderson, one of the engineers at
tho Government Hospital for the In
sane, who dli on Sunday morning, was
hurled today In Congressional Ceme
tery, Services took place In the Km
mnnuel P. B chunh, whejc she wus
a worshiper for many years. The Hev
Wllllard Q. Davenport, leetor, offltl
atert, and repiesrntatlves of Klecta
Chapter, No. 2. Order of the Eastern
Star: of the Ladles' llulld. and of the
Daughters nf the King. In which she
held membership, were In attendance.
Anncostla Chapter, Nn 12. Iloyal
Arch Masons, conferred the past and
most excellent degree lain uignt in
the presence of many members of the
FUND TO BE URGED
Will Urge Special Appropria
tion in Recommendation
Itcpeued t-Ifoi Is will be made by tho
I TO UCEI
SALOON NOT GIVEN
TO DISTRICT COURT
cerned with the tondemnatlon pi oceed-1 Masonic fraternity. I'ranklln S.
ingle, street botindailis n.ivc necn out- uieKer, Mlgli priest, was in tne pre-
i lit (I on the piats, iniciaeiung iiign
wns have been noted, propvtty lines
have been established nnd the owner
ship of the land Involved has been de
There remains now but little to be
done befoic condemnation proceedings
will be started In the Supreme Court of
Presbyterian day at the missionary
exposition In Haltlmore known as "Tho
World In Ualtlmorc," was obrcrcd to
day. Those who made the trip from
nacnittla were Mrs. Jennie Lincoln, Mrs.
Orant Smith, Mr. nnd Mrs. n. H. Ander
son, Mi. and Mrs. William A Hnell.
Miss Laura Souerbutts. Mrs. Daisy
Oarden. Mrs Marv Davidson. Mis. Hollo
Gray. Mrs. A. H. Oarden. Alexander and
William Oarden. Mrs. Llowd Hlddle,
itnu .iirs. ting, ner moiner. 'iney rep-
Dr. and Mrs Paul II Uowers, both
of whom were members of tho medi
cal staff of the Government Hospltul
for the Insane when their marriage
took place soiuo time ngti. are visi
tors here from Michigan City, 1ml,
where Dr. Uowers went from St
Elizabeth's with his wife to take
charge of h hospital They have been
guests at St. Elizabeth's, and have
gon to Haltlmore for the present,
where Dr. Uowers will present some
observations In his specialty In n
paper to be read at a meeting of a
Mrs. Mary U. Anderson, wife of Lewis Troy, N. Y.
Dr Grace De Witt, member of St.
Elisabeth's, staff of female physicians,
tins gone to Philadelphia
Dr. Jnrnrs Hassal. physician on the
staff of St. Elizabeth's, has gone to
Justice Robb Rules Excise
' Board Has Sole
The Exclso Hoard has exclusive. Juris-
Commlssiiineis to oltiln ut the next illtllon met the granting of licenses to
hssIiiii of CongitsM tho passage uf the tomluct Pulmonis, ami such nowcr can
bill for the cieMllon uf the, police and no! be coutruvened by the courts,
nicmeu's iclltf fund. Conferences villi This Is the crux of un opinion hand
be held between the Commissioners ed down In Associate Justice Chailes
vvllhlu llui next lew dajs to dctcrnilnu II. Itobb, of the Court of Appeals. I"
what measures uf special h lpoituiicc to lev crslng thu Judgment of the lower
tlm Dlstilct will lie urged at the shoit court In the raise of the executols tjf
cession. The bill In fix the police unit the estate of Mrs. Anna I. Gelgir .vho
llreint n's icllcf fund upon a llxed nnd obtulned pciiillsslon from the towel
pennant lit Minmclul busts will uucupy .e tourt lo tonduct the saloon nt In! In-
pinmliient position tin the list dlanu iivniue liorthvvtst nftei the Ex
Klgines made public toiiu by thu Use unuiil hn, lefused to transfer to
Auditor's ofllte show the dehebucy In them the license Issued to Mrs. Oelger.
the fund for the llscul eur t nded Julie The appeal to the Court of Appeals
,10 was JlS.eaS.o7. The dclltlcncy for tho wus from nn order of tho District Hu
ll) t vltiua tur nninunliil to HVutd 30 The premo Court, sitting us a pinhatc court.
Iilstrl.t is ludebttsl. the refute, so the refusing the prnver t.f the nterven ng
total of the Dlslilet Indebtedness for petition of the Excise Hoard that the
the last two yturs Is $T5.lH .37. "'"it vacate an order which It hud
Tht liniment of nollce and Are inn- """!' "authorizing and' ln-c-UnB the
slon ftintls depends upon the lilies Im- couiinuunce . I tile it-iu I injiitir uusiness
. . . ...t ...n,.t..i i..i... ii. .n. .. n..ti-i uurifri ii AlrM. riMUfr h fniatc.
ijni'ii i i in us i iru in inr iumu v.uut i. - - v. .. ..
In the flscul year 1907 the levtnue de- . '" ttt'B'' "T1. ,;l'r,!" ,11,1. v
ilvtd from this sotirct umounteH to ' ',' '" III unnieil h. r imn. Mlllum 1 .
li07.MV4ti. Each succeeillng jimi. ac- ""'b """ ''"'"''
llolsseau us ex-
Tff TAKE ACTION
Congressman Ileni George, Jr., au
thor of the repoit prepuied by the sub
committee of the District CommlttcM
.vlth leferente to the taxation und us
.ttssmint Nstcni In Washington, will
urge the House to 1 onsldei the It-Ms-l.itlve
it-forms advocated In that docu
ment. The New York membei, who has ie
turned to Washington, hud no comment
to make 011 the answer of Assessor
Hit haids, reiently published, but hu
Indicated thut ho illd nut feel obllgattd
to rctiact un) of the statements made
in me so-tiiucii (ieorge repoit
This Inlinrt ulilrlt ,1.1. r..t IV., . i.n
.iwn u.t..n ; . ; .,, --.-.,-...., -.... ...a,,,. ,,u. .in-
the people ot Mltliig.111 as 11 nieiiiu.im, v eatuuer classes were favored In the
. ii. I... a Clo.tttl.ir Mi-Mlllntl.
Tho committee on law retoinmeniletl
that the Har Association be iripiestcd
to glvo consideration lo a diaft of u
now lncoipoiatlon luw and a new mu
nicipal code for the Dlstrltt
Two leciimmendatlons wcit- inmle for
the committee on 1 harllles ami tori ec
tluna: That the iiropusul abollt tin of
the Hoard of chailtles ami the substltu.
tlon therefor of a illitttoi of chailtles
tinder the coniinlshloners be llsai
proved, nnd that eleitiocutlon be sub
stituted foi hanging us a punishment
for miirdei In tin- flist digue In tlic
Urge School Reform.
Mr. Mosis uigtd th.it the let-omnien-dutlun
of tho committee on pilvato
schools that thej be stundunllzrd by
tho Comnilssloiicr of Education, bo fur
thered. , ...
'I he committee on universities biivo Its
flist u-port In two years, summing up
tpitn upun tho unlvtrslileB of the Dls-
A 'imllillnp for Iho lltiaiil of Trade
iwus suggested by thu tommlttee un pub
Mi. imiiiiinuH. The e-tiinmlttce dtems
tho Unu ripe, In view of the Increased
lm-mlii-rsblp of the Hoard, to tuke- up
iiiiisltleiutlun uf a home fur the urgun
lzatlon . ,
Thu coinmlttte on ptiblk trunsporta
tlun iccommended tho adoption of a
b II cunlerilng the poweis of a public
iitlllt buaul upon the Commissioners
til I lie- Distill t.
Tho committee on library rccommond
il that the boird urge much mole gen
i rous appropriations for Increasing the
lorce and salaries uf tho Public Llbrar)
einploves, und for the establishment ot
additional branch llbrnilea in nrloua
vuctlons of the city.
The committee un streets nnd av
enues recommended that the Com
mlsfclrners be ictuested to narrow
the foot pavements und vvl.it-n the
loudwios un Twelfth and Thirteenth
vtieets between Pi nns Ivanln uvenuu
and New ork avenue.
In tomimnttng on the tecommen
tlullons t I the- coininlttee on public
order thut courts be 1 enevved to pro
cure perslon legislation for police
unci llremtn Mi Muses said that the
board should ill go provision by Con
gress for those who protect at great
risk to tl emselves our lives and prop
erty. PLAN FOR BREEDING
U. S. ARMY HORSES
assessments. Is pot now In the slutpi
"i iiruuiuK legiKinuon, nut .Mr. tlenlgi-
nml other nu-inbirs of the Houki- dh.
trh t Committee nre expected lo usk
p tlon upon It. Among the recommen
dations Is one for an annual, Instead of
a triennial, sjstem of assessment, the
addition of a number of usslslunt us
Mssors . nnd Improved bookkeeping
methods In the office of the assessor
It Is Improbable that a Dlstilct prob
lem or tbls magnitude will be tnrklnl
during the shoit ,sslnn, but In tin
event of nn extra ses-lun tin- makers
of the George 11 port probablv will re
vive It and usk legislative action from
tht House und Senile
LONG JAIL TERM
CHICAGO. Nov. 12 Discouraged be
cuuse his attome)s have been blocked
at t-veiy attempt to free him from Jill,
where he Is awaiting trial on a chaign
of vlolitlng the Mann white slave law.
In taking a white gill from one Slate
to another for .Immoral purposes. Jack
Johnson, colored pugilist, said today he
In Hi vt-d some one "was framing up"
"It's Just betuuse I am the champion
nnd 11 colored men," he said
When 'Johnson wns told todaj that
four additional Indlttmenls had been
relumed ugulnst him by the grnntl Jurj
with eight counts In each Indictment,
he frow ned
Then when he wax told that the Gov
ernment might imprison hlni llv )im
on each Indictment a total of twc-nt-llve
t lira and tint a tolnl bond nf
VlMtXio might lie leqiilred for his itlense
fiom Jail, his breuth stopped short fin
un Instant, and he lecuitred tuntiiil of
himself with an effort
The luw Indictments charge Johnson
with transporting Helle Schrelber from
.Milwaukee to Chicago ami back again
iluilni.' a period between December XI
and Deicmbt-i 31, 1H0.
.a in.ii u iiii mho 1 1 iiiu 1 nun c i tn imm
coming to I lie rtcortis ot me Aiiuitor s " - - 1 - .. ;-
uf lice, shows a dcreuse In toll.-ctlons. I rmlss 011 to t ontlnue the saloon busl
1111III In 1911 the Polite Com I lints dioli- OJbs "until they nmj D- able to sell und
pe,l to t.:il. or n falling oft of lli.- , ",.V1;"i:x:.1e'C'noa,,"i' tontelidid that the
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t'niess remedial Itglslatlon la olililn-l ' rdi
It Is extrMiiili- tirobuble thut IhTr 'tilt
bo a deficiency In the pension, fund
during Hit next llscnl )ear as liigc If
not linger than that which occurred
dining the last year
('omintntlng on this situation Auditor
Twcedale said "It la matter of com
mon knowledge that there are a num
ber of pensioners Int lading widows and
ihitdit-n who are tntlnly dependent
upon the pann-nts made them b the
District for their suppoit und a very
gteut hardship Is Imposed when Ihs
District falls to meet Its obligations.
An earnest effort should be made lo oli.
tain the enactment of Hu- bill now, pro
ljllng new sources of revenue for the
puvment of the pensions"
The bill which provides that there
shall he placed to the credit of the
fund from the receipt of all licenses
otlu-r than llu,uor lln-nses a sum suffi
cient to meet any tlellcltncj, wus Intio
iluced bv Senator Galtlnger at the lust
session, but was lell on tin- laienuir
m,,ni- niher District measures upon
which the Commissioners will urge Ini
midl.it" action Is the pulilli utility bill,
tl- loan shark bill, apd the bill to pro
vide additional means for . nforclng ami
fort closing tax siles and deeds Hecog
iiizlng that Congress wilt not have much
time in devote to District affairs during
Hu- shoit session, the Commissioners
will concentrate thlr efforts on obtain
ing the passage of these bills, together
with ollnis to be d'-lrmined up on In
should be vacated, as said executors,
under color of authority of said order.
aie now conducting an unlicensed bar
loom, and petitioners are. veslttl by law
with exclusive power lii the mutter of
barroom licenses, whlth power cannot
be exercised by this hoiioiablc court."
It wus on this contentlun that the ap
peal was taken
"Success" Is Topic
At Lutheran Church
"Hut cess" wns the topic of the Hev.
Elliott l'Mcld, of Philadelphia, former
Held secretary of Iho Christian En
deavor t nlon uf New Yntk In spend
ing before the Dlstrltt Christian En
deavor itmvi-ntlon Itst night In ht.
Paul's English Lutheran ''"'r0'1, ,
Hexfoid 1. Holmes, president of the
District Chrstlini Endiavor Lnlon.
made the addtess uf wehunie. and
Geneial Stcretarv rihuvv also spoke
Instant Hi-llef, Permanent Cnr&
Trial l'nckagn Mailed Free lo
All In l'lnln Wrapper.
We want ev erj man und woman,
suffering from the excruciating tor
ture of piles tn Just send their nam-!
nnd uddiess tu us and get, by return
mall. .1 free trial phekngu of the most
effective nnd positive cure ever
known (or this disease, Pyramid Pile
'Hit- way to prove what this great
remedy will do In your own t ase. Is
to Just fill out free cutipon and send
to us und you will get, by return
mall, a free sample of Pyramid Pll'i
Then, nfler vim have pmven to
vnupself what It can do. v ou will go to
(the ilrugglrt and get a SO-tent box
mint unci rgo un oiierutuui ejiiein
tlons are rarelv 11 success and often
lead to terrll le consequences. P ra
mld Pile Itemcdy reduces all Inflam
mation, makes congestion, Irritation,
Itching, sores, nnd ulcers disappear
ami fbe nlles hlmltlv liult
Kor sale at all drug stores at &o
e-nts a box
Every Coffee Drinker
Officials Prepare to Raise Best
The conference uf arniv officers, ifll
ttrs of tho Dipuithunt of Agriculiuie,
und pilvutc breeders, which Is laSlug
the plans fur the bleeding uf high-class
1, urges for the nnn, Is ready to select
the breeding stulllous which will be used
10 Intioduct- the army stiulns uf Mor
gans, thoioughbieds, and stuneljid
Provision was made scsttrday for the
use uf thiee bleeding fuiuif one ai
MlddlHbut.v. Vt.. one ut I'loiit Itojal,
A a., and tht ollu-i it sonic- situ to be
.elected later In Kentiitlty
George M ltomunl, chit f of the divis
ion of uiiluiul huhb.iiuliv uf the Depart
ment of Agrltultilie, will have lull
charge of tn woik und of tho brenlllig
Congress made un Initial uppiopila
tlon of .'(.("i for the purpose of equip
lng the army with the lust saddle horses
that can bo luiscd In this tounlry An
nddltlpnal appropriation will bu asked
of the next Congress.
I .-- . . 1. '.. .V-.VVC-A.
X', ' '5
Free Package Coupon
Kill out tl i' blank lines below
with your numn and nddress, cut
nit coupon nnd mall to the PYRA
MID Dltl'G CO 401! Pvramlil Hldg .
Mnrshull. Mbli A tiial tiat-kuge of
the grtat Pjramltl Pile lleinedv
will then be s-ent vou at once by
mall FH1JE. In plain wrapper.
Steamship Owner Dies
In Connecticut Home
NEW YORK, Nov 11 After an Ill
ness of several years, Gustave I!
Schwab, senior member of the film
,of Oelrlchs & Co , general agents for
'the North German I.lovd Steamship
line in this counti. died at his home
at Litchfield, Conn, today.
Requires No Boiling
It is made by stirring a level. spoon
ful (more or leas to suit taste) in a cup
of hot water and adding sugar, and
cream enough to bring the color to gold
Grocers are selling this new food
drink, 100-cup tins, 50c; 50-cup tins, iJOo.
"There's a Reason"
This New Food-Drink
lastos much like high
grade Java, but is abso
lutely pure and free from
caffeine, the drug in cof
fee, which causes so much
heart trouble and indiges
tion. To prove its worth a 5
cup sample tin will be
mailed to anyone who
sends 2c stamp for post
age. Fill Out This'
K CORNER ISLAND H 3T3. t t $
L i -y I'R banking home lo- A
bill raied at the corner R
E t S of 15th and II 1
P streets Is as coin- U
' plete as any banking quar- i
II i ters can be The comfort B'
I y and convenience of our fe
plete as any banking quar
ters can be The comfort
and convenience of our
customers havo been stud
led to the smallest detail
und wo liuvc also provid
ed a handsomely furnished
rest loom for the exclu
sive use of our women
customers. n1 paid on
UNION TRUST &
CAPITAL & SURPLUS
Edward J. Steliwae-cn, Pres.
POSTUM CEREAL 00., LTD.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
Enclosed nnd 2c stamp for trial
tin of Instant Postum.
Name . .
name . . .
Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Bat tie Creek, Mich.
ftartlns In SliuKpan. Xjitln. nnd aiiTthe'
mdiKs i;iiy unu iiifiu iutu in wiu
Hhwl cnurfcvB fur children and adulti, al-j
1'iiiBia roucnins luhh"i,uc.
FRANCIS MANN HALL, A. M., Principal
Tel. 51. :S;T.
v:t E ST. K. W.
Mrs. Emily French Barnes
HJ LIcnti St. N i:. l'h. I.lnc. 1739
Washington School of Accountancy
Inttructiun pr.psrlna tor c. )J. A dtir
tad buclncst sdiiilnUirailoii prolcnionAj
IVphh tiulltlln tfnl i-n requit.
Ulrtctur ut Uducatleo. Y. U. C. A.. UH Q it.
Headquarters for Pictorial Re view Patterns J
iiiinii "qT ii ii -1- i l 9
Hours, 8 to 6
Your "Account" Invited
This phase of the business is new to this establishment but we
have been students of the subject for some time. The conclusion
is that the vast majority of us arc honest and that the great "mid
dle class" is the "backbone" of the commercial and social world.
The very poor arc sometimes driven to "do things;" the very rich
are apt to feel themselves "above the "law." The "middle class"
the vast majority is the ballast that keeps this great world steady.
The Greater Palais Royal has been and is to be the "middle
class" store for those with incomes from $750 to $5,000 per an
num. In inviting "an account," we promise reliable goods, com
plete varioty, lowest possible prices, equitable terms. The genial chief
of the new "Credit Department" has a snug little office on the
Fourth Floor and is always here to receive visitors.
Dining Room Furniture
Ending the Furniture Season of 1912 means the begin
ning of the year's best bargains. Reduced prices are quoted
for Bedroom and Parlor Furniture not less than for the Dining
With I hanksgiving
Day so near it seems
timely to here give only
the list of needs for this
Is it not to be "great"
this year with crops
greatest on. record, with
the business of mills and
factories great and in
creasing daily; with
greatest promise of long
delayed justice for
Washington and its
army of "oiike holders."
M!e,$9.25 Chairs, $1.69
Buffet, $21.00 Picture, 50c
Furniture Guaranteed a Lifetime
The installment House Furniture the joke of the comic
papers, and the late subject of a sermon by one of our pastors
has.no place here. "Guaranteed for a lifetime" means that
The Greater Palais Royal Furniture Store and its patrons arc
always to be in sympathetic touch linked by honest furniture
and honest methods The ending of the Furniture Season of
1912 begins with the following clearing sale and the year's
Ooltltn Oak Oolilen Oak.
H-tll.wl. Worth 3.'i 00. I.t-dtht-r Scut.
r.M.r.0. Worth $3100. M.CMI. Worth J7.00.
rJXOO. Worth KB 50 W..'0. Worth Jb ou
Ji10. Worth K9.00 M.tMl. Worth jr. 2.1.
21.no. Worth Khiid 3.ti0. Worth 4.0
lli.no. Worth Kl.OO fl'.TS. Worth 43.50.
lH.no. Worth Kl.tMi
M.T.t. Worth K2.00. Cane 8-atB
H3J-.0. Worth KO 00. RI.OO. Worth it Oil.
i:t.Otl. Worth J19 00. K.7S. Worth S3.30
Jll.no. Worth SIS. 00 M.no. Worth $3 oo
y.2.l. Worth J14.00. !.. Worth K SO.
fu:... riA..t. 2-o, worth is so
China Closets 2S, worth .uo.
Goldtll Oak '" ,V"ith '; ;
..m.no. worth us oo "ns- Uort" "M
SM.WI. Worth J7S0O ArmnViniru
47.oo. worth $o oo rtrmenairs
fl.l.otl. Worth $53 00 Leather Seats.
24.oo. Worth .J.15 00. l)-1o. Worth $11.00
fr.'.r.o. Worth $.10 00 t.7.1. Vtuth $10 50.
IH.on. Worth $27 Oo ct.ir.. Worth $1 SO
r.'.oo. Woith $ls.oo. w.tis. Worth $ so
i Worth $17S 0o
Woith iar. oo.
Worth $S0 00.
Woith $76 00.
Worth $72 00
2i-n. Worth $:'S oo
!20.m. Worth $J6.00.
M.'-.tlo. Worth $20 00.
12.n. Worth SIS 00.
Wilton Rugs, $25 and $32.50
Not "Seconds" Not Old Patterns, Values to $45.00
Wilton Rugs, very fine quality; choice designs in medallion,
Oriental, and small patterns; fine reproductions of real eastern rugs;
very silky and serviceable; 9x12 feet for $32.50; size 10.0 feet for
l't-ifcct In every re
spect i nd new as to
designs and color
Iiiks. $16 60 Instt-ail
of $J3 for size h ,
lot. feet. $19 60 In-al'-ui
of $.3 for size
e-lfk t( -or Stand
tDlU.UU nrd $15 to
$10 50 Hub of Itrus
Bels, size 8.3x10 a ft.
Choice of heMt pat
terns and colorings
21 Q OQ for Stand
aiO.ifO ard $1S to
$20 Kugn of Brus
Kels, Axmlnst and
Wilton, size 8 3xl0ti
feet. Orientals and
$1 58-Inch-Wide Couch Covers $1
Oriental designs and colors; reversible; fringed all around;
covers looking worth nearer $5.00 than $1.00.
THE PALAIS ROYAL
A. Lisner Hour's, 8 to 6 G Street