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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1912.
ABE ON ITCH FOR
OEF COLOR EROIT
Oranges and Lemons Can
No Longer Be Ripened by
"an tne approach of the winter
, " r oranres and other citrus
rruits, food Inspector! of the Bureau
of Chemistry. Department of Agrlcul
iVrfi5r wa'chlng all the shipping and
Distribution centers for artificially
npened or colored fruit.
Washington housekeepers will be of-
"'fa many apparently green oranges
-w.DAccpcrn ana dealer These
r&t)K4. thmiorh nnnnaHntr In h vf-Mn
are really.riper. It Is said, than the fruit
oi a tine 'yellow color, offered at Christ
' t." lneln past years.
..under the restrictions of tho foed
iv. ? row" will have to let their
IJr. come o a more highly ripened
te. naturally, than was tho case In
On Information furnished from the
Department hero, the first seizure of
alleged artificially ripened fruit was
made in Chicago several days ago. This
SS?.'JJ being closely watched by Acting
Chief Doollttle. of the Chemistry Bu
reau, as future operations against artl
5c,!lly colored or ripened citrus fruits
will be laid along the channels Indicated
by the outcome of the Chicago action.
Does Not Affect Prices.
Bo far the ruling of the Pure Food
Board, on coloring and ripening, has
had no appreciable effect on the market
prices. Oranges are selling at prices
ranging from 20 to 40 cents a dozen, de
pendent on size and variety. These
same prices prevailed last year. Tho
prange growers of California and Flor
ida, made a tight against the ripening
and coloring rule, but It availed them
In the Chicago case, at present In the
courts, libels were filed against fire car
loads of oranges, directing the proceed
ings against the fruit, Instead of against
the shippers or the consignees, and the
goods wero seized.
Tho action is based upon the ruling
that was among the last of Dr JIarey
w. Wiley's accomplishments as head of
the Chemistry Iiurcau The food and
drug Inspection board held nearly a ear
ago that sreen Immature citrus fruits,
particularly oranges which hac been
colored by holding In a warm, moist
atmosphere for a period of time after
rtmoal from the tree, do not change
In acid and sugar content with the color.
In of the skin, and. consequently, do
not ripen past the point they had reach-
ed at picking time
Bad For Children.
The board also held that the con
sumption of such oranges was liable to
upset the dlgestlvo organs, particularly
of children. In Its ruling the board de
clared that certain oranges reached ma
turity as to size and sugar and acid
content before the skin was fully yel
lowed, and that the decision was not
aimed to preient tho marketing of thesu
The cars held by the marshal at Chi
eago were traced up by Inspectors of tho
Bureau of Clumlstrj, who aided In
33r. Doollttle, acting chief chemist.
rVBfld -today that tltlr-'was the first big
seizure of oranges, but that others
would be made as soon us the bureau
found any evidence of Nlolatlon of the
regulations. Such lolatlons. he said,
are hard to trace up In time for seizure,
oa In the experience of the bureau such
goods are quickly sold.
Becomes U. S. Treasurer loday
After the very first dose of 'Tape's
Cold Compouno" you distinctly feel tho
cold breaking and all tho disagreeable
grippe smptoms leaving.
It Is a positive fact that a dose or.
TanA'H r"nM rnnmound taken eerv two
hours until three consecutive doses are
taken will cure Grippe or break up the
most severe cold, either In the head,
chest, back, stomach, or limbs.
It promptly ends me most miireranra
headache, dultness, head and nose stuf-
fed up, fcerishness, sneezing, sore
throat, running of the noBe, mucous
i.nhnl .niinhnrCPil ftnrelllSS. StlffneSS.
and rheumatic twinges.
1 Take this wonderful Compound with
1 .1... i.n..,1ncu thnr thlpi 1h nothing
Charles Buxtlne. rolnred phn,, I t., in ih. unrH which will euro your
with carilng concealed weapons, was cold or end Orlppo misery as promptly
Bent to tho workhouse for six months ' and without any other assistance or bad
by Judge Push of the District Pollcoi after-effects as n 15-cent package or
Court, todav. Iluxtlne was arrested for Papo's Cold Compound, which any drug
being disorderly and when searched In' ulst can suppl It contains no quinine
the station house a razor was found.be sure jou got what you ask for ac
In his pocket. Up declared that he was cept no substitute belongs in every
taking the blade home to shave. I home Tastes nice actB gento.
Washington Lodge, Theosophical Bo
clety, haB arranged a series of three
lectures on "Life's Problems" to be
given by w. L BogerB, national lec
turer for the society.
Mr. Rogers speaks tomorrow night at
8:15 o'clock in Studio Hall. 121 Connec
ticut avenue, on ' Some Delusions About
Death " Next Tuesday night he speaks
on the "Reincarnation," and November
10 on "The Exolutlon of the Soul."
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PLACE OF M'CLUNu
AS TRM1Y HEAD
Private Secretary to Presi
dent Taft Assumes Cabi
net Office Today.
Carml Thompson, private secretary to
tho President, today took office as
Treasurer of the United States. Ho sue
ceeds Lee McClung, who resigned. Mr.
Thompson will assume his new duties
tomorrow. C. D. Utiles, former prhato
secretary to the President, will take
his old placo as soon as Mr. Thompson
Class of 176 Initiated in
Final Rally of Two States
Many of the visiting Odd Fellows at
tending tho grand rally of Maryland,
Virginia, and District of Columbia
lodges in the Wlllard last night, re
mained in tho city today for several
hours, renewing old acquaintances
among the local members, slghtsoelng
At the rally last evening a class of
has resigned as prliatu secretary, and I 1H candidates were Initiated, tho first
ui-Kien ucmg aAeiupmii'u oy rcuenil
City Lodge, No, 0, of this city; the
second degree by Towson Lodge, No,
Is Treasurer of tho United States.
This appointment Is subject to con-
flrmatlon by tho Senate. It Is antici
pated that tho office Is olio the Demo
' crats will want to fin, and that Mr.
Thompson's tenure of office will not
exceed four months or a tlmo very
shortly after March t.
The appointment of Mr. Thompson to
a Federal Job was anticipated when It
became known that Mr. lllllcs would
return to his post as private secretary
to the President, It was at first sup
posed that ho would be given a place
on i no industrial commission, mo mem
Washington Centennial Lodge, No. H,
V. A. A. M , holds a stated communi
cation tonight at 8 o'clock In the Ma
sonlo Temple. There will bo no "work,"
but Instead a sociable time. Past
Master J. W. WItten will deliver a
short address, and Charles n. Bartlett
will give a recital on the pipe organ
recently Installed In lodge room No. L
Wallace Btreator, master, has been
called out of the city on business, but
Senior Warden Jason Waterman will
preside In his stead.
Lafavttte Chapter, No E, Itoyal Arch
Masons, held a stated communication
last night. Following tho business meet
ing of the chapter, W. II. II. Bmlth
gavo an Illustrated lecture on "The
Building and Dedication of King Bolo
Thoto by O. V. Duck.
Legion of Loyal
The twentieth anniversary of the
founding of the legion of Lojul
Women was celebrated with n supper
at Its hall, 419 Tenth street northwest,
last night Mrs. W E. Andrews, presi
dent of the District 1'tderutlon of
Women's Clubs, and Mri Lvcln Bel
den made addresses, and u musical pro
gram was contributed b Walter Hag
ley, Miss Virginia Houghton, und Mrs.
Tho legion's work was reviewed by
Mrs. Laura V. McCullough. nnd talks
were given by Mrs. M. i:. Cutler. Mrs.
Joseph James, and Mrs. Nclllo C
Toll Is Reduced.
The toll rate between Bernyn. Md .
and this city has been cm from 10 to S
cents for the first period of five minute'
conversation This change, announced
by the Chesapeake and Potomac Tele
phone Company, goes Into effect tomor-
BREAKS A COLD IN
First dose of Pape's Cold Com
pound relieves all grippe
WHtff IN DOUBT BUY OF
A A COR. 72 EYE(I)STREETS,N.W.
Brass and Iron
Vcs, guaranteed Brars Beds. You needn't hesitate to buy
them now for fear of the necessity to protect them from damage.
Damard lacquer does that. No normal use will affect them in
the least and ordinary care, such as you would give any furni
ture, is all these Brass Beds require.
The Damard-lacquered Beds
cost no more than an other
but they are intrinsically worth
more. We carry a full lino of
thcin In Mnglo and double slies
of the newest modtU
The bed Illustrated li a D.i-mard-lacquercd
contliuou posts, with sleovu
corners and ten lllllnn rods at
head and foot ends Blight or
Satin llnlsh. Single or double
(Exactly as Illustrated)
Enamel Bed Outfit
Vull size with hoavv continuous
posts and elllptlcul tillers at heuil
and foot ends, btrongly braced
baked-on-eramel that won't chip
he Bed alone .... $3.25
'ic Springs alone . $2.25
1 he Mattress alone . $2.25
1 I I I I 11
mh rV X7 Yri L. HfeKJyiSUftw
The Bed, the Mattress
and the Springs all for
To Prevent the Entry
Of Roving Gypsies
Promulgation of a regulation to pre
vent the entry of roving baniN of gjp
sics Into the District Is requested In a
resolution udopted b thp Nurthcust
Washington Citizens Association, n
copj of which was received by the Com.
mlsslonersestirila At the last meeting
of tho association It was iltcliind th.it
(hlldren living In tho nortleast rt-ctlnn
nave peen ingmcncu u bums or gp-
slcs encamped on tho outskirts of thoi
79. of Maryland, and the last hv Co
lumbia Lodge, No. 10, of Washington.
hiri VMri, .,. v.i , W nnnnJSflS' ' r'"l secretary: J. F. Plumber.
When ii liram.' wSn'wi. M,ni T."1 Jj' ! treasurer: Joseph 11. Cook, grand
vvnen It became known that Lee Mc-1 ,..,.. .' pn7 n t iirian
Clung had decided to. resign. It was rtni.n.nV?'?.".!,
city-.. . ... snlno w
Relieving such visitors to lm a men-' joucrless
aiu tu (ii.i iilJi lllv . .JllllljirBIUIIt'IS HTO
asked to lake lmmtdlate steps to pre
vent their entrv b vtho ndoptlon of a
police regulation rnrrylng with It a
heavy penalt. Tho resolution was re
ferred to the Police Department for re.
deemed certain tnat this post would be
given Mr Thompson.
Tho new Treasurer of the United
States has been In politics about seven
years. Ho was first elected to tho Ohio
legislature and was mado speaker of
tho loner house tie made a light for
a prlmnry bill and made a State-wide
reputation for his summary methods of
dealing with lobbyists Subsequently in
Democratic sears r. Thompson, al
though a stanch Republican, was tnlco
elected secretary of state He Is an
Ohloan and has long been a close friend
of tho President Mr. Thompson Is a
lawyer by professlol.
Girl Cripple's Body
PITTSnimait. Nov. 20-Dr. J. D
Singles, surgeon at the Children's Hos
pital, Is receiving congratulations of tho
medical profession hero on u series of
remarkable operation that practically
rebuilt Agne Ober flo years old The
child left the hospital today walking
for tho first time In hir life except for
tho prauklng she bad done in the ward
where she had been for six months
Tho girl as born a cripple. Her
crooked and her limbs were
The spine curvnturo was
remedied nnd then thu hip' and knees
were dislocated and reset Agni s bods
was put in n plaster cast and her legs
In steel bracen These have been re
moved, ami surgeons who exumtned her
siy that after she recoers her strength
sho will tic a normal, healthy child.
Nothing on Earth
Likt ZEMO for
Eczema, Try It!
Just Apply It On Any Eczema Spot
or Skin Blotch That'll Prove It.
Every single ecxema sore you'vo got
on your body, all pain and unreachable
Itching, every skin blotch will abio
About l.ioo members" from MaryTand J,c" " J?,?? ' ,T.V" before hi
uXn'ife. ,h D1Str'Ct We '" at' "e'v'ell iigS&bS ffOT? of the' ne'w
Bo successful was the vent nnd so
great the enthusiasm that It has been
announced that tho rally would be an
annual affair, at which a large class
will be Initiated.
Three-mlnuto talks were made bv the
following. From Maryland Fred A.
V.1UUII1, HI.IIU Ill-Otri , ... , .JUI11.B,
Goodwin, sovereign grand secretars-, and
J. E Kroh, assistant sovereign grand
secretary. From Virginia A. M. South
all, grand master; W. E. Allen, deputy
gland master; the Kev. J. E Allison,
C. C. Carlln. Representative In Con
gress, D. L. Stansbury, past grand mas
ter, and J. T. O'Mera, district deputy
grand master. From the District of
Columbia W. W. Mlllan, grand representative.
Vaughn Class Concert
The twems'-socond annual concert of
the Vaughn class of the Calvary Hap
tlst Sunday School, will be given In
the Sunday School house of the church.
Eighth and II streets northwest. Fri
day night at S o'clock This Is an
event looked forward to with much
pleasure by members of the class and
the church The Vaughn class Is one
of the largest In tho I'nlted States and
has in It some of most Influential men
of Washington. For the past twems
ono sears concerts have ben given by
There will be quartet numbers, a duet,
and solos participated In by Jack
Howie, Charles W Moore. I E Ms era
and Jnmej 8 Hicks Arthur Plerco and
CKorgo H O Connor, recognized as two
of the clts't best amateur comedians,
take a prominent part In the program
llerman Hoffman and Adolpho Seldler.
of the I'nlted States Marine Hand, will
gin solos on the violin and the eu
phonium John Gregg Palno will read
a number of selections
i9k sKv OT5- 1
Everybody Looks at Ton Wt Von
Hare flkln Troubles. Use ZEMO
nd Get Hid of Them All
remedy ZEMO. There's no question
about It, no doubt about It. It does the
work. It does It in a remarkable way.
You never used anything llko It be
fore. You can't find anything like It,
simply because there's nothing like
ZEMO known or sold today.
ZEMO wtll be a surprise to you just
as It haa been a surprise to thousands
v ho have already tried It. Your first
use of ZEMO will bring Instant relief,
pain and Itching will stop. It leaves
the skin clear as though sou never had
eczema n sour life
And sou oucht to sen how It goes
after dandruff, too! Dandruff, sou
know, s merely eczema of the scalp
bo away goes all dandruff, eczema, all
blotches, all spots
Don't miss It for K cents When som
have proven with a 25-cent bottle how
remarkable ZEMO Is to sour own satis
faction, then vou can buy a It bottle,
which contains six times as much as the
ZEMO Is sold and guaranteed by
druggists evers where, and In Washing
ton hv Affleck's three drug stores, 904
O street northwest. Fifteenth and V
streets northwest. Ninth and D
This Man Is Allowing Another
To Buy His Home Por Him at
ABETTER comparative value
than can be obtained in
any other section of the
:ity that's the main reason why
we have sold High View homes
with record-breaking velocity, and
will continue at that rate until the
last one is sold.
This High View home owner we
quote (who is now in the landlord
class himself) expresses one rca
ion why you should be a High
View home owner far better than
we could do so.
Most people buy a home of their
own because they want a home of
their own to live in, but ovcry per
son buying such a. home should
also consider its investment possi
bilities, should he ever desire- to
sell or rent.
Terms $200 Cash and
$26.92 Per Month
HIGH VIEW homes consist of
six full rooms and bath, and are
equipped with all modern conveni
ences. The construction is of beau
tiful pressed brick reinforced with
steel, and the type of architecture
TO INSPECT Take any O street car
marked "Urookland" or "North Capitol
and W streets." get off at Ithodo Is
land avenue, and walk one square east.
from the standpoint of
an investment, yet the
only investment that I
made was the first cash
payment of $200.
have not made a
monthly payment since
out of my own pocket,
but have rented the
home to another and In
this way am allowing
my tenant to buy it for
OUR FREE AUTO SERVICE
This service Is for the free accommodation of those. Interested In any rf
our properties. It does not obligate you In any way. In fact, we will be glad
to take you to any other properUea at the same time, so that you can make
comparisons. Just drop a postal or phono Main 2345 for this FREE AUTO Ser
vice, and we will call for you and bring you back again.
SHANNON & LUCHS
713 14th St. N.W.
LOOK FOR OUR GREEN
AND WHITE SIGN
Prices Lowered in Every Department for "Bargain Thursday"
THIS COUPON and
15c for the widely ad
flha!ng Brushes, sold
regularly at I5c. (T.)
THIS COUPON and
He for Dr. Lions' Tooth
Ponder on sale only
for Thursday, Nov 21.
THIS COUPON and
Ce for regular l')o size
bottlo of llromo Sell
n r, the headscho
"IT PAYS TO DEAL A. AT POLPEN BERGS"
SEVENTH AND K "THE DEPENDABLE 3TORC"
Home-Made Cakes at 1 7c a Pound
A fresh lot will bo hero tomorrow morning right out of the
otens, crisp, and delicious.
I holec of three klnds-Ilalsin, Marble, nnd Plain Pound Cake,
sold by tho pound or In two and three pound cokes.
T1II8 COUPON and
4c for large slto Silk
Sponges, sold regu
larly at 10c each.
THIS COUPON and 5c
for regular 10c Goa Man
ties. Inverted or upright
tj le. tT)
THIS COUPON and
S1.19 a pair for American
Skate Co.'s feteel nickel
plated Ball-bearlnc Ex
tension Holler Skates,
styles for boys and girls.
Maker's Surplus of
Fine Qualities and Smart Styles
Meant to Retail up to $25 and
$30 on Sale Tomorrow at only
This purchase of women's brand-new Fall Tailored Suits pre
sents one of the most unusual suit buying opportunities known for a
long time. The garments are the product of a maker noted from one
end of the country to the other for his clever styles, and were secured
to sell at this astonishingly small price, because he wanted to dispose
of his surplus, lots quickly.
Choice offered of a Nplondld Tarlcty of newest models, fashioned
of tho materials' lu greatest demand this season, including ltouclo
.Suitings, Imported Wlde-unlo Diagonals, Ljmanstlllo Cheviots, Chlf.
fon Hroadelotii, Tno-tone Ulilpcords, French Serges, .Men's Wear
Serges, lWde.wnlc CucTlots, Mannish Mixtures, and English Worsteds.
Eery faorod color, too Including plum, taupe, bronze, slate, new
blue, russet, as well as nay bluo and black.
Values worth up to $25 00 and $30 00 for J12.0S.
'"r::,;," "Merode ' Knit Underwear
At Extraordinary Price Savings
We have just concluded a big special purchase of "Merode" Underwear for women at a figure that permits
us to offer the greatest values ever known in this widely-known 'and popular brand of knit underwear. Underwear
bearing the "Merode" trade mark is noted lor its perfect fit, thorough finish, and superior quality. For these reasons
it is the choice of particular women. This sale of "Merode" Underwear at reduced prices is another illustration of
the live storekeeping policy of this store which provides the opportunity to supply your underwear needs at a big
saving right when warm, comfortable underwear is needed.
Pure Lisle Union Suits,
lldht ami medium welKhts. High neck. Ions
hikws und unuiu pants, mi'n nerK, Hiiori.
sleees and knee pants, also low neck and no
hUcms und knee pants Finished with slllt
taped necks ami sl.k crochet nround neck CQn
Values wcith Jl 00 and $1.25. Bale price . WK
Woim n's UUrn. slm 'Merode' Pure I.lslo
Union bulf, hlKh neck, lonir sleees, ankla
pants HlRh ne-k, elbow sleeves and anUlo
pants Values worth 1 -i and Jl 5U
IVimdi'i Hiay Fleeced "Merode" I'mon
St.lts, hlch neck und ln sleeves anxie pants.
silk tnned necks nnd niieu waists, hoiu
regularly at SI CO fialo price
Wcmen's Extra size "Merode" Medium welRht
Part Wool Underwear, shirts with silk taped
neck and silk crochet around ntcki pants fin-
isneu with trench muslin Punus. iteguiar
?1.D0 alues. Sale I rice
Women's "Merode' Pure Lisle Underwear.
shirts with hlKh neck, lona bleeves, nlso high
neck and dhow slcees, pants, ankle and knee
Jcngth8 Finished with French muslin
bunds. Regular 50c alues. bale price...,
Women's "Forest Mills" medium wcluht Un
derwear, shirts with high neck, long and short
sieics, trimmed with siik tapeu and crochet
around nccic pants finished with French mus
lin hand. Worth 50c and 69c. Kale
Women's "Forest Mills'
Underwear, shlits with
crochet aiound necks; pants with French muslin
hards. Ilegular 13 00 value. Sale Cft AA
Women's All WoOl-Kon-Bhrtnlnhln TTw.1.1..-
........ -,-.-. I... .,.- . . .. ,.. Wltv,-
". but wiui mik iipea necks and
finished with muslin bands. Wcrth
J1.25. Kale price
umen aj'ure i-iannei underwear, in pray,
shirts silk bound around neck and pants finish
ed with muslin bands. .Worth SI or nn
Sale price ", ,. . YUC
v., "7cmr.IJ,'B. K; heavy Fleeced 'underwear,
shirts with taped necks nnd pants finish, i
with muslin hands. Worth 26c each Sale in
Silk nnrt half Won!
silk taped and silk
foi l-M l S00 nieces of 27-Inch Outing-Flan
IVtC nanneiS. nclF, In stripes, cheeks und
light and dark grounds
in Hiuh desirable colors as light,
navy blue, tan, brown,
Salo price J aril
extra heavy qualll).
red, gurnet, pink, etc
A P. Children's Knitted Alatlon Caps,
WlallOn Vupo. in a largo assortment of colors,
Im Inning red, nay blue, gray, light blue, tan, and
wllli, also commnation colors Also tntnniB
knitted tootles. In all white, pink, and white
anil blue and white. Thursdaj Bargain Sale
! i.t C. .,-. All Wool Sweaters. In white.
blue und white, and pink ami
white Choice of seeiul tint's suits button sJo
elKcte and others with licit and pockets or
butWiru to tno neci wuu lurntiown collars
All M.ts. Special at
r'UMJ--.'. Cntunm ot extra heay weight Flan
Cnllaren 8 IjOWnS. nelette, pink and blue striped
tlNcts, made with double okes, turn down jv
collai und cuffs, finished with wushablo braid, lU
sizes up to 14 ears Thursday at Tl
Night Drawers, of white
uanneieue. with ami with.
out icet, Borne wuu urop seat, others but
toned down back, bUch up to 12 jcars. Spc-
c ai at
Women's Nightgown.-p,1,, FttK
striped effects, made with V-shaped or high neck with
tuindoun collar and cuffs, finished with wash- A t
able braid. Full cut and well mado Special Ail
50c Table Damask.
Table Damask 1.0
III u good assortment of nrcttv
Sold regularly ut 50o yard
Wsimo.'. C,..i. All Wool Coat Sweaters, In
Women 8 Sweaters, white. Oxford und Cardi
nal, fancy weae Mado with Hron col
lar, turnback cuffs and pockets Fin
ished with bone buttons All sizes
DrincT Clnenn.. Women's Flannelette Dressing
LSreSSing Oacques.yacques, In a arlcty of col
ors nnd designs. Made with V-slupcd neck, shirred
ft waist line and leeves trimmed with satin messa
llno aril finished with silk eord arci buttons Others
mailo with high neck and lung sleees, fitted
luoK, turn-oicr collar and belt. All sizes Spo-elalut
Drpaaincr Snrnn.. ot 8l1 nuallty Flannelette.
LSresSing OacqileS. in u large arlety of new de-
Bli ns. medium and dark colors Made with turndown
collars and curfs, fitted back and belt Others
mule with sailor collurs All sizes Thurs
I nnr Ifimnnn. Women's Long KlmonoH, of extra
LOng rvimonOS. heavy weight soft finished Flan
nelette, medium and ilmk colors, such as nay bluo,
led, gruy. lavender, and cadet Persian and Moral de
signs Made oko and empire Hliles vX
pipings of satlne. All sizes. Special
Uia 14 U
ie. nrw.rlJn. A,l Linen Frlngil Doylies, puro lln-
auw vujiiva. fn (lamuult. Aim uu iringo.
II -Inch size Suitable foi buffet or china clos
ets hold leguliilly at 15c each Special at .
8c Tea Towels
readv for luc
Hemmed Absoibent Tea
Towels, soft and absnrb
Slze 16x12 Worth tic each.. ,
59c Tub Silks.
36 Inch Tub Silks, heavv rtrmly
woven nuallty, white grounds.
with blacK, niue, gra. iacnuer una nov
elty stripes, warranted fast colors. Thursday
KCn MMinllnai Imported Satin Messallnes. In a
OUC lVieSSaiineS. ti assortment of street rr
and evening similes, Including whlto and Xn
black. Thursday Hargaln Salo price ,... MJ
$1.75 Satin DucheSSC Duchesne, extra heuw
grudc. with the utyllsh chnrmeuse flrlsl
For making street and evening cos
tumes Sale rrlce, jard
tOC D... Lot of 10 Wli'i'ii and Axnilr.sler Rugs.
30 IUgS. ft. 3 bv 10 ft. 0 .iiul .ixl J ft l.ttaest
room sizes, nil from some of the most famous carpet
manufacture! . L'very mg stilctly first class, while
the Wl tons are made In one nifce. in noun, uri-
ental, and medallion designs. Light
nnd elnrk colors. Worth J25 00,
halo prlco ,.
in riopu, iiri-
tie D. 1 D... ,Jxl2 't. largest nmm slz"
10 ttrUSSelS KUgS. jimbacls lliius, made. In
onn piece, with heavv fcur-inon nemmea enos. uooo
euiurings aim in i" waii ,.. uv
hlrable patterns Ilegutnr J15.00 value
e i C..-. All Linen Hem-
oc Linen Squares. Pitched squares.
size 18x18, good quality material. Sold
regularly At 36o each
I uiliia ctnuu
r?f c . A" I'lnen Hemstitched Squares, size
OUC Squares. uxn. Warranted all pure rtp
Worth 60c each Thursday
1 OK VJ,rlAn 27-Inch Black Velveteen, extra
$l.0 Veiveieen. heavy weight, for mak- gr
lng handsome streot and evening costumes. Uxa
Worth $1.25 ard. ' tfUt
$1.25 Spreads. Spreads, doublo bed size RQ
In heavy raised Marseilles patterns JJK
89c Corduroy. Sedc5S?"yuSh i?'i ';
velfrht In o e.ill ...:". 'I."'
Including tan, gray, mode, gnrnet, plum, brown
pay, and black Thursday Bargain Sale price'
$4 Suits. rnyS'arb0p0a1tfeUr,n.: VkCM'l,nro an"
ana aouQie oreasicu styles Including
a fancy golf cap free Sizes 6 to 17 years
Offered for Thursday at
Heavy Galvanized Iron Coal
Sifters, nhlontr .,., Z.7.V.,
regularly at 29c each. Sale price..,......."...
59c Udder.. HT&iSXLSS WS; Or
ft size. Strongly made. Sale price J7sL
Oil Heaters. An .i. " u".ttl 11 "caters, metal
si iiEBiuo, oj tank, center draft iks m.
Mt.n V,i.n.. lnl.A1 l-.l Ai ; 1""tk
jiairni. uviiivi, mi ; (nuieu nniBii; war
ranted smokeless and odorless. Halo price
$1.25 Wash Boilers. CoCoivy t $."
29c Saucepans. 5,1,T &. SfilfSft 1 Cn
Blze. Bold regularly at 29c each Hale price. ..... IOC
75c Bretd Boxei. S5E5 ,!R,p-"S!sa
Doxes, sold regularly at 76c each. Sale pr'co...
75c Clothes Baskets. uv, t co.jj'. .Q
handles, strongly made; good size. Salo prlco TTaC
1 nnorMnrit. ""RP'T. 0r Mats,
v. ., . ... - quiuiy; size J)
hold regularly at 11.00. Sale price
size, 15x30 Inches;