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THE WASHINGTON .TBIES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 26, 1913.
VOTES TUESDAY ON
Outlook for Passage of Measure
Said to Be Brighter Than
, Two Years Ago.
ST! TAUU Jan. 26. The eyes of
?veryono interested In the cause of
nomen's suffrage will be turned toward
the State senate Tuesday. That day
te upper body of the Minnesota leg's
lature will decide whether the men
voters of the State shall be permitted
to vote on life question of extending the
light of suffrage to the women.
The bill, Introduced by Senator Ole
fSagcng, providing for a constitutional
rAnendm'nt to be submitted to the people-
at the next election, lias been made
slr special order for business for Tues
day. jThe Senate was the stumbling block
nf the suffrage movement two years
ags. The bill was lost there by two
votes. The same members compose the
.senate this year.
The lower house probably will pass
the bill. It was passed there two years
ago and the Rlnes organization Is
known to favor it.
The chances of the bill's passing in
the senate are brighter than ever bc
fora. Senator Manley Fosseen. of
Minneapolis,, who voted against the
measure -at the last session, says he
will vote for It Tuesday, other Minne
nppolis senators who will support it are
George P. Wilson and, James T. Elwl.
DEALERS N GORTES
FOR BEST EXHIBITS IN
Salesrooms of Agencies During
Carnival Week to Be Decor
By HARRY WARD.
The automobile parade Monday after
noon, February 10, to mark the begin
ning of automobile carnival week, is
expected to be the largest motor car
event ever held in this city.
S. A. T,uttrell, chairman of the parade
committee. Is receiving many responses
from motorists who want to take part
in the parade, and the dealers are en
gaged in a brisk contest to have their
respective makes of cars carry off the
prize lor tnc largest entry list or any
single make of machine.
Each dealer will act as marshal of
his particular section, which will be
made up entirely of owners of cars he
sells. Great latitude will be allowed en
trants in decorating their machines and
It is expected some of the most highly
decorated cars ever seen In Washington
will be In line.
Plans for carnival week are well un
der way. The dealers are arranging to
hate their salesrooms elaborately dec
orated and will have on display the lat
est productions from the factories they
represent. Each dealer will have a suf
ilcicnt number of cars in operation to
carrv visitors from salesroom to salesroom.
The Regal agency has been placed
with the A. Ioffer Company. W. D.
Arrlson, sales manager of the company,
rgturned last night from Detroit, where
he signed a contract with the Regal
Motor Car Company to handle that
make of machine in this section. The
company will have a large exhibit at
the forthcoming automobile show.
Berryman & Williams, motorcjclc
dealers, have been appointed Washing
ton agents for the Pathfinder car. A
Pathfinder was used last summer by
A, I Wcstgard In blazing three trans
continental route: for thq American Au
tomobile Association, and the car has
been prominent In many contests.
All doubts about E. I.eroy JelMIer's
future plans and movements were set
tled yesterday when he announced that
he had acquired a substantial Interest
In John Splitdorf's new electrical start
er. Mr. Pelletler has been elected sec
retary of the company, and will also
handle a big advertising campaign
which will soon be Inaugurated In con
nection with the marketing of this de
lce. His activities will not be con
fined simply to the Splitdorf starter, as
he is going to specialize in non-com
peting accessory and automobile adver
tising accounts. It is probable he will
take on a high-priced touring car. a
truck, speedometer, and perhaps a car
buretor or other high-class accessory.
He also has three tire accounts from
w hich to choose. Leroy Pelletler is ono
of the best known men In the automo
bile Industry, and has gained a world
wide, reputation lp handling big adver
Big things are expected of the' Wash
ington Motorists' Association, formed
during the past week with Harrington
Milts as president. The association will
devote its attention to protecting the
Interests of the motoring public and to
this end has appointed W. S. Duvall
BURNING ROME; ARE
SAVEO BY FIREMEN
Blaze in Car Barns of Newark
Company Results in Damage
of More Than $100,000.
Will Inspect School.
With the purpose of Inspecting the
Idaho Training School for Boys, O. E.
Darnall, superintendent of the National
Training School for Boys. left for the
West last evening. He will appear be
fore the Idaho legislature to ma(?e a
report of his Inspection.
NEWARK, Jan. K. Two children
locked in a burning building were res
ced by firemen last night in a fire that
destrocd the Bergen street car barns
of the Public Service Corporation, !n
Bergen street, near Clinton avenue,
and damaged several dwelling houses.
Fourteen street cars were destroyed.
The totnl damage is estimated at more
Thousands of persons Iewed the lire,
which at one time threatened to wipe
out scores of homes. Police reserves
had great difficulty in controllng them.
The blaze started in the repair shop
of the barn, and spread -rapidly. Three
alarms were turned in. When the flames
were t their height it was learned
two children of Mrs. IouIs Wagner were
locked in a frame dweling In 627 Hun
terdon street. Firemen climbed Into the
building and rescued them.
A three-story tenement house next to
the-barns was destroyed.
Learns to Swim.
"Have tou ever learned to swim?" he
"Every summer," she replied. Detroit
YEAR'S REPRIEVE IS
N DOOMED MAN
On Evcof Execution for Girl's
Murder, Bosworth Gets
Grace Until Next January.
MONTPELIER, Vt Jan. M. Arthur
Bosworth, sentenced to be hanged at
the Windsor State prison for the mur
der of Mac Label), at Essex Junction,
has been granted a reprieve until Janu
ary 2, 1914, by Governor Fletcher, on
the eve of the date set for his execu
iie crime was one oi wie moot turn
blooded in tho history of the State.
Bosworth was an English tramp, and
!. said to have admitted while In prison
that he (led England to escape pun
ishment for stabbing his wife.
In tho spring of 1911 he secured work
at the Johnson Hotel, at Essex Junc
tion, where the Labell girl was em
ployed. Both were working In the
kitchen and the Englishman soon be
came infatuated with the girl, who re
pelled his attentions and earned his
hatred. He bought a gun, and the evi
dence at his trial showed that he wait
ed several days for an opportunity to
use It. Ono afternoon he met her in
the railroad station and without a word
shot her. He was sent to the State
Hospital for observation and found to
be sane. i
OF MODERN TYPE
GROW IN FAVOR
All Up-to-Date Conveniences
Are Not Now Confined to
Those of the City.
Taken III on Street.
James Carroll, fifty years old, of 712
Third street northwest, was stricken
with a .severe attack of acute indi
gestion on the street at Seventh and
Pennsylvania avenue northwest this
morning. Mr. Carroll was taken to
the Emergency Hospital. It is thought
he will recover.
A- model rural school. In which are
combined most of the conveniences pop
ularly supposed to be the exclusive
privilege of the city. Is being demon
strated at the KirkavUle. Mb., normal
school, according to H. W. Foght, spe
cialist fh rural education for the United
States Bureau of Education. Indoor
lavatories and shower baths, drinking
fountains and a modern heating plant
are only a few of the features shown.
The school Is designed for a one
teacher locality. It Is a one-story
building; slightly wider than the aver
age typical Missouri country school and
Is of a 'cost said torbe well within the
means of a comparatively small com-
munlty. Every Inch of space Is utilized,
the attic Is' employed for manual train
ing and, domestic science and there is
an excellent herbarium. The basement
contains the heating, plant, fuel room, a
bulb room for the outdoor garden and
a dark room for developing photo
graphs. The main floor of the building con
tains the classroom proper, a small
community library, separate from the
school library, emphasizing the purpose
of the rural school as a community cea
ter. In the classroom proper the desks
and seats arc adjustable and movable
with Individual platforms, and whea all
are removed to one side as many as
200 people can be accommodated. There
is a stereopucon in tne waus oi u
Every effort has been made to, have
the model rural school at Klrksvtlle
approximate actual rural conditions.
The pupils are real rural material.
i.very morning a transportation wagon
brings in thirty-four country children
from a distance of five miles. No town
children are allowed to attend because
It is a distinctly rural school. An ex
pert rural teacher fa In charge. Candi-
aaies tor rural school certificates at
tend It at least once a day and observe
the work, and after two years of train
ing in the normal school .they receive
practice work in the school.
Teachers who have gone out from
experience in this model school are 500
per cent better teachers, according to
Mr. Fght. The best indication of this,
he says. Is the way In which the .model
school has been copied In the construe-;
tlon of rural schools near Klrkaville.
' Not all the details are taken, but many
of the leading features are duDllcated
and buildings modeled on the plan of
me juntsvuie school have been coa
structcd in Mississippi and Nebraska.
MacVeagh Denies Plea
For McKinley Dollars
f'car of setting a dangerous precedent
has caused Secretary of the Treasury
MacVeagh to turn a deaf ear to the
plea of the McKinley Birthplace Asso
ciation to issue 60,000 souvenir dollars
to raise funds for the restoration of
McKlnlcys birthplace at Nlles. Ohio.
The scheme was to sell these dollars
to admirers of the late President at a
"The plan is only too good." said Mr.
Aiacveagn. ii wouia appeal 10 many
others as well and the Treasury would
constantly be asked to Issue special
Mr. MacVeagh Intimated that he
sympathized heartily with the restora
tion plans, but nevertheless he could
not see his way clear officially to help
I jfcpr '
Union Take Can tt , CMfrics,
Determined that their case shall m
before Congress, the members of the
-Plate Printers' Union save bad prist
in pamphlet forma recent editorial' pee-,"
llsbcd In the Plate Printer, the official;
organ of the union, protesting against?
the washing; of old "money by tht
Treasury Department. The contention-,
of the plate printers is that washing
money causes It to fade and makes,
counterfeiting easy. J-
The pamphlet has been sent to every'
member of Congress, and was, Intro-'
duced into the, record en January .38 by
Mr. Marline. A committee of ' plate
printers will also go- before, the proper
committees and ask. that aJMH aboHeh
lns the washing macbisea at the.
Treasury Department be dese. away
with. r .
The, plate printers contend' that the.
washing machine has dcteiforated tha
art of engraving, made counterfeiting;;
easy, and shaken the con&deace of th;
people la, paper money. Their claim,
that there, is no reason for- the economy
galneeVby the washing machines as the;
Government profits eaormsusly by the
manufacture of money. - "
5 c Cabinets
and 6c for TWO
regular Ec Klrby
Beard's " A s tor "
con tain ing a
of wire hairpins.
This' 5c Can of "Bestene,"
the Dirt Cleaner
Given Away Free
Prrscnt this Coupon at
our Housefurnishlngs De
partment Monday, Janu
ary 27, and receive one
regular 5c size can of
"Bestene." the dirt clean
er. Used for all kinds of
2,000 regular 5c cans of
"Bestene" will be dlstrib
ed FREE tomorrow. (T.)
3 for 5c
T H IS COUPON
and 5c for THREE
spools o f "Ama
zon" Basting Cot
ton, 200 yards each.
Sold regularly at 3c
a spool. (T.)
20c Bottles of
T H IS COUPON
and 10c for one
pound bottle of
Peroxide of Hy
d r ogen, standard
make and full
ly 20c (TO
If PAYS TO. DEAL
AT GOLDEN BERG"
SEVENTH AND K "THE DEPENDABLE, STORE"
Just Out The New Spring risfuen Book of May Manton Patterns
The handsomest ever produced, 'showing all the latest and most advanced
styles for the coming season. Contains over a thousand illustrations of the
new fashions, and. In addition, an Embroidery Pattern. The May Man-BC,
ton Fashion Book, if bought with a May Manton Pattern, costs but..
and" lie for pair
of Velvet Grip
for women. 'misses,
and children. Pin
on style, good qual-
1 1 y lisle elastic.
All sizes. Worth up
to 21c pair. (T.)
and 19c for Extra
B r o o ms, strongly
made of selected
stock. Worth 25c.
59c Enameled Saucepans
With This Coupon
TH3B COUPON and 19c
for Seamless -Enameled
Covered Saucepans; IS-,
pint size. Sold regularly
House furnish lngs
DepL, Basement. (T.)
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"and 5cr foe Tyo
regular 5c boxes
of "Gold Kedal"
Toothpicks; d o u-
ble pointed hard-.
"wood. ToHet De
Damask and Napkins
38c to 73c Table DnmaiL Im
ported German Mercerized Table
Damask. 64, 66, and 63 inches
wide. Large assortment of. de
signs. Pre-Inventory Sale A Q.
price, yard il
1 Table AnpUn ISsIS Mer
cerized Satin Damask Table Nap
kins, 5 patterns. Pre-In- CQg
rentory Sale price, doz. ... "''
Closing-out Prices on These Small Lots of
Large Room Size Rugs
9t2SM nrtUhSlILS RUGS perfectly matched and seamless qualities, in
8 ft. 3 by 10 ft- 6; choice of light and dark colorings. In floral, medallion
and conventional patterns. Original price, $12.50. Pre-Inventory &n fttr
Sale price , 80.3D
,. JJ6,50, BRV?!'E.LS HUGS strictly perfect quality, in four patterns:
light and dark colors. In floral and medallion eftccis- xl2-ft. ffQ ffjr
largest room size. Original prlc;, J16.30. Pre-Inentcry Sale price olJ.I D
20 AXD S22.50 AXMI?!TEIt AXIJ 1V1I.TOV VEI.VI7T HI OS xIt-m
xl2 ft. and 8 ft. 3 by 10 ft. 6 in.. Alexander Smith and Hertford makes;
choice of floral, medallion, and conventional dcrigns in lig-it
and dark colors. Original prices, X20 00 and $22.50.' Pre-In- J1o ntr
ventory Sale price ....r. &jL.UO
$30 AAD 33 TINES? GKDB IJUCS in 9M2-ft. argcit room ii?e
consisting of Alexander Smith's "Kit-man" Hanford "BusoSF' and
Sanford "Beauvrais." Axmlnster Hartfora and Eieiow Body Brasfcls
and Alexander Smith Wilton Rugs: od range of patEras and ra'ore
SIc.".retriTUy P,erfecX ?ual- Original price, J30 00nd Q-l Q r7r
J35.f?0. Pre-Inveptory Sale price JKlO.lO
Just 37 rolls of this Extra,
Heavy- Durable China, Matting to
sell at 21c a. yard the lowest
price ever named 'for such su
perior grade- ..
Seamless Chins Matting; made
of palmed-flnlsh IAntan straw,
extra firm, close weave with
double wire edge, strictly revers
ible'. Choice of plaids, strides,
checks andTMivelty effects; in
green, red, blue, tan. and brown,
also plain white. Always sold
at 35c yard. Pre-Inveatnry Sale
price. 2lc yard.
Xo 31all or PhODe Orders.
35c and 50c Burson
Hose, 3 for 50c
THIS COUPON and 50c for
THREE PAIRS of Women's
Famous "Burson" Stockings;
seamless foot; double sole,
heel, and toe; garter top; fast
Hack lisle, in regular and
outsizes; light weight. "Ser
onds" of legular 35c and 60c
,5c Starch, Two for 7c
THIS COUPON and Tc for
TWO regular 5c packages of
"Argo" Gloss Starch. (T )
5c Sardities, Two for 6c
THIS COUPON and Cc for
REGULAR 5c cans of Sar
dines, packed in oil (T )
5c Laundry Soap,
Two for 6c
THIS COUPON and Cc for
TWO regular 5c cakes of
"lennox" Brand Laundry
40c Crex Runner,
THIS COUPON and 23c a
yard for Crex Stair and Hall
Runner. In green, red or
blue. Choice of plain, bor
dered and striped designs.
Regularly 40c yard. (T )
$3 Rugs, $1.69.
THIS COl-ON and Jl O
for usual 53.00 Axminster
Rugs: size 27x60; n ell-known
Hartford make. Choice of
two-tone, oriental, and floral
designs; light and dark col
39c Crib Blankets,
THIS COUPON and 19c for
pair of Crib Blankets; lze
30x40: In white, with pink
or blue borders; soft fleece
finish. Worth 33c pair. (T.)
75c and $1 Curtains,
THIS COUPON and 29c for
pair of Madras Curtains; 2?i
yards long and 40 Inches
wide: in cord, lace and snow
flake effects; suitable for
door and window ilraneriea.
Worth 75c and JLOO pair. (T.)
75c Petticoat Of gingham. In
gray and blue stripes. Made with
tucked ruffles and extra dust
ruffle. Pre-Inventory Sale RQ
Silk Petticoat Good Quality
Pure Silk Messaltne. In pretty
changeable effects. In American
beauty, emerald green, brown,
navy blue, and tan. Stylish platt
ed ruffles. Pre-Inventory (g- QQ
Sale price tDJ.OJ7
SCc Petticoats Black Cotton Pet
ticoats, soft finished material,
plaited flounce. Pre-In- QQ
ventory Sale price OOX
$1.50 Imperial Longcloth
12-yd Pieces, SI. 09
The well known ,250' grade of
Genuine Imperial English Long
cloth that women prefer for mak
ing fln underwear. 36 Indus
wide, soft, chamois-finish grade.
Twelve-yard pieces at $1.09 In
stead of J1.50.
High-grade Silver-Plated Ware
at and Less
Two and Three Pieces
of a Kind
Jl.ffO SUGAR AXD CltEAM SETS FOR 40c
JI.25 SYRUP PITCHERS, WITH PLATE, FOR 5lc
$2.50 TEAPOTS FOR S1.2."
50c KERN DISHES FOR ISSc
$1.00 imLHD TRAYS FOR 23e
Sugar Bowls, Crcr.m,
Pitchers and Ppoon
Holders, a ssortcd
styles and sizes. orth
up to $2 00, for
Including Rogers and
other high - radc
makes. Butter Knives,
Sugar Shell:,. Child's
Sets, Fish Forks,
Cream Ladles. Pickle
Forks Worth upto
9?c Sets of 6 Rogers
W. R. brand Silver
plated Dessert Spoons
or Forks, fancy design,
COe Gauntlet .Gloves, for boys and
girls, leather lined; good
shades of tan. Sale price, 9Cn
23c Golf Glomes, for women and
children. In plain and fancy col
ors, also Misses' Cashmere Gloves,
in assorted colors. Sale 1Q.n
price, pair ii'l.
Women's and Children's 50c
Gloves, consisting of Reindeer.
Chamotsette, SHk-lined Cashmere.
Silk Taffeta and other styles, in
black, gray, and brown. Sale OCp
price, pair LtxiV
Women's $1.50 S-elasp Frenrh Kid
Gloves, In white, tan. and black.
All sizes, but not of each QXg
color. Sale price, pair Dl
tsY 9 W if "Wf-tl "$i $&
women s rcegutar uv nosicry
Famous "Onyx" and
"Gordon" Makes . . .
Truly one of the most remarkable Hosiery values everiOrTered.
We are righting our stock of Hosiery ,tef ore inventory, and have
cut into regular prices deeply for clearance of these lines.
The lot consists of Pure Silk. Fine Cotton. Lisle and Meicerized Usltt
Stockings, in black and leading shades. Made with lull fashioned feet,
double sole, high spliced heel and toe. They are the celebrated 'Onyx!
and "Gordon" makes names that stand for high quality and satisfaction.
Regular 50c quality tomorrow at ISc a pair.
I2e XSD 25c STOCKINGS Women's and Children's Stockings:
seamless and full fashioned feet: plain lisle and ribbed lisle; medium
and heavy weights; choice of black and colors. Pre-Inventory QJTWa
bn price pux . . mmz9 3
ISc STOCKINGS Women's Black Cotton Stockings; seamless foot,
double heel and toe; black with split sole; medium weight. Pre-In- Q,
ventory Sale price, pair ?C
Pre-Inventory Safe Price 7p
A round-up of all the small lots of Women's
Fine Quality Vnderwcar including part-wool,
all-wool, Mlk-and-wool shirts and pants. Shirt
finished uitli silk tape around neck, pants fln
ishid with Trench muslln band. Every garment
made in the most particular manner, perfect in
nt and flnlsh down to the last detail.
:ot all slrta of rach kind. Values worth $1.50
and $2.00 in this sale at 75c a garment
oL.7c ".".'' :0r ' Women's Heavv Fiee-fd
Shirts, bleached and unbleached taped
necks nd Mtert waists. Pre-Inventorv 1fT
Sale price . 1C
77r I ndrrtienr Part-tvnnl I7nHr-
uar, sniris lapeu around neck ard pants fln-
ibii-u wun muMin ianus fre-inventory
CblldrrnV 23c t'ndtrnror Heavy Fleeced
Lnderwtar. shirts with taped neck and pants
finished with muslin bands. Also boys' extrn.
heavy fleeced Underwear Prc-lnventory - jr..
Sale price J.OC
Hojm ".'e I nlon .Sulto Heavy Placed Unions,
In gra only bound arci-nd nerk and opened
oown front. Sizes 13 to 17 years. Pre- OQ-,
Inventorj Salt- pi Ice OUK,
Cbildrru'M J.lc WafxtK Knitted Waist:., lotv
neck and made with double row of but- rjiUn
tons. I'ie-Invcntirv Sale price 'UK,
Suits, Coats, Skirts, Furs and Fur Coats
Marked at Drastic Reductions for Clearance
$15.00 and S20.00 Tailored Suits reduced to $5.95
S22.50 and S25.00 Tailored Suits reduced to $8.95
S30.00 and S35.00 Tailored Suits reduced to $13.95
SI 5.00 and S20.00 Cloth Coats reduced to $5.95
S25.00 and S27.50 Cloth Coats reduced to $8.95
330.00 and S35.00 Cloth Coats reduced to $13.95
Girls' S8.00 Mackinaw Coats reduced to $2.95
Misses' and Juniors' S 1 8.00 and S20.00 Suits $3.98
Women's S5.00 English Slip-on Raincoats $1.39
Women's, 8.00 Heavy Double Texture Raincoats. $2.45
$8.00 and S 1 0.00 Panama and Serge Skirts $2.95
"Mendel's Make" House Dresses and Wrappers 69c
$20.00 White Iceland Fox Sets reduced to $9.75
S25.00 Red Fox Sets reduced to $12.50
$42.50 Alaska Black Fox Sets reduced to $19.75
$50.00 Moleskin Coney Sets reduced to $22.50
$65.00 Finest Alaska Black Fox Sets at $29.75
$30.00 Black Ponyskin Fur Coats $15.50
$55.00 Black Russian Ponyskin Fur Coats $24.50
$75.00 Black Russian Ponyskin Fur Coats $33.50
$90.00 Black Russian Ponyskin Fur Coats $39.75
$1.00 and $ 1 .50 Lingerie Waists (soiled) 49c
$1.50 and $1.75 White Lingerie Waists at 69c
$2.00 and $2.50 French Lingerie Waists at 88c
$3.50 and $4.00 Taffeta and Messaline Waists $2.29
$6.00 and $8.00 Chiffon and Silk Dress Waists... $2.65
1.50 Klmiimu of serpentine rrei.e. In pretty
floral patterns in a good assortment jf -olor3.
trimmed with collars and bo-dcrs in floral
patterns Pre-Inventory Sale price ...
tWe Klmom-n Of crepe, in fancy Persian design,
light and dark colors, satlne borders, in plain KXn
Color?, odd sires Pre-Inv.ntory Sale price... OlL
ip:.0O KlmouoK Of flannelette end duckling fleece.
In llgrt and dark pattern?; trimmed with fl1 Q-7
messaline silk. Pre-Inventory Sale price.. OJ7
38c Coronation Me.xullne 3G Inches wide yarn
mercerized, cttra fine quality and light weight; for
making waists, dresses, and lining purposes- blue
and black grounds, with neat st-lpri of OfT
white. Pre-Inentory Sale-nriee-
23e3IerecrUed Klurln Cloth In rich jet black.
lengths from 5 to 20 yards. n
fre-Inventory Sale price, vaid.
50c Tnllor' Vrnrilan In perfect shade of'giayj
ntnctly perfect, a grade well known for its O
wearing qualities. Pre-Inventory Sale price.. O
Sl.no MKlitmmnH Of good final
ity nainsook, in a large variety of
prcttil trimmed jokes and'
sjceves, low neck and high neck
styles Trimmed with cmbrold-
r and lacc-J. I'rc -In ventory Q.
Sale price UC
ilc MghtgimnK Women's Slip
over Nightgowns, made with yokes
trimmed with laces. l're-ln- AQn
entory Sale prlee. each.. . xOi
J1.00 MgbtRcmnii Of heavy
Weight flannelette. In plain whit.)
and neat striped effects With and
v.lthout 'collars. Kull cut and well
made lre-lnvcntory Sale FQn
2J)e Cornet Coirra Of good qual
ity nainsook, with beautiful yokes
of wide embroidery and
laccH. Pre-Inventory Sale 00
SI-.O to K3.no Cornet Odd lot of
Fine Quality Corsets; of coutll and
batiste; included are souie of the
most popular makes- odd sle.w.
Pre-Inventory Fale QQ-
Millinery at Big Reductions
on entire stock of Milliner is now marked at de
isivc led'ir-tions for clearance. Pre-Inventory nala
prices permit every woman to enjoy possession of new
.Milllni rv to eai the test of iip 'Inter at extrnor,l
njiy savings He on hand early tomorrow ti. share
-'.00 "IVgpj" Hats or Liick. nivv blue, and
brown veUet. ulmined with Iarne loops or cars QQn
of elet. Pre-Inventory Sale price tOv.
r..tO iMuhIi Unix With tam crowns. In blact, navy
blue, taupe, and brown. Pie-Inventorj (JO AQ
Sale price tCi.HO
!M.-.K) Trimmed Hat Of l,i oun velvet trimmed
with handsome shaded plumes. Pre-In- flJOft f(
ventory Sale i rice i 0UUv
10.(io ritiiut-K White French Ostrich Plumes, vt-ry
largo and handsome, slightly "oiled. Pre- QA irfT
Inventory Sale price ." 2'llt
S'J.00 Plume Fine quality White Os'rlch
Plumes, slightly soiled. Pre-Inventory ale GJO QQ
1.oo "lllllI-' niirlte UonnctwIn black, white, fin
navy, and brown. l're-lnentory Scle price. .. )vl
jn.no Velet Hutu In tam-o'-shanter shapes; gr.oj
quality velvet and vciy stvllsn I're-Invcntory OC
Sule price oC
$1.00 and $-'.00 silk Velteta For millinery and
ilrrss pui poses, plain and 'nitrorcd: good as- orn
sortment of colorf. Pre-!ncnto-v 'ile pilci.... 31
l.oo ami :M)0 Clilffonn Also Oold rinbroideied
Net. Gold rioth and Silk Vet Prc-Inentory OiTn
f-'alc price, vard UO
Sheets and Pillow Cases
G.-c Sheetn 100 dozen Slx90 Ironwear Bleach
ed Sheets, double-bed size; of extra quality AQn
sheeting cotton. Pre-Inventory Sale price "iCC
70c Sheet 91x90 Iron-clad Seamless Bleached-Sheets,
full doublc-bcd sizes; with 3-inch
hem; heavy linen-finish sheeting. Pre- KQ
Inventory Sale price s tllC
89c Sheets SlxSO Cohaisett Bleached Sheets,
full double-bed size ; same grade as the fjtin
Pequot Sheet. Pie-Inventory Sale price lUU
50c Sheet 51x9") Seamless Bleached Sheets,
single-bed size. Hand torn and Ironed. Good
quality sheeting cotton. Pre-Inventory QK
Sale price flul
1.73 Spreads 11-quarter Crochet Bed
Spreadr. double-bed size. Extra heavy-weight,
in a good assortment of patterns. Cl QQ
Pre-Inventory Sale price JlOI7
15c Pillowcases 200 dozen 45x36 Bleached
Pillowcases, large size; linen-flnish qual- QVin
Ity. Pic-Inventory sale price w A
SOe PlUowcasen 15x36 Bleached Pillowcases,
fine, close-woven grade; 3-lnch hem. Pre- "
Inventory Sale price fC
So Cotton Yard-wide Bleached Cotton, heavy
closely-woVen grade. Pre-Inventory CTaA
Sale price O'OC
So Mall or lnoae Onlen.
Mean Busy Selling Tomorrow
UT.c and 3.V BeltlngN Odds and
ends of Moire Beltings, In a
good line of colors. Sale price, (Tn
IZVfcc to lOe Kllibun 10-yaid
bolts of No. 1 Satin Ribbons, In
cluding Dotted Wash Ribbons, In
rink, while, light blue, and ?
other colors. Bolt, at "t
S3c Itlblioni 10-yard bolts of No.
2 Satin Ribbons and Wash Rib
bons, In pink, white, light blue
and other good colors. 1(n
Bolt , !'
25e Ribbons 5-Inch Taffeta.
Moire and Satin Ribbons, in n good
assortment of colors. Sale Ap
price, yard JLUW
10c Ribbons 3-Inch Taffeta Rib
bons, in white and dark shades:
excellent quality. Sale price, ?
:i0t lllbboufc Lot of Fine Quality
Wlrd-edge Taffeta Ribbons. 5
InohcH wide, in pink, light blue,
ted. black, and navy, nlio plain
Taffeta. Moire, and Satin Ribbons.
6 Inches wide in all colors. "tAMpr
Sale price, ard X" ,l
Pre-Inventory Sale of Comforts
Usual $1.50 and $1.75 QC;r
values ----- -ZJVi
Usual $2.50 land
$3.00 values -
In these two lots wo've Included all our odd lots
at Comforta left from recent sales, and marked
them at quick-selling prices.
They are tilled with pure white sheet cottot:
soft and fluffy, and tpe so oil stitched Covered
with best grade sllkollnes and printed cambrics, in
light and dark colorings.
Australian Wool Blankets
at $3.00, Pair. .
These Blankets are the soft combed fleece
kind that will not become knotty .after coming from
the laundry. Contain Just as much warmth and
comfort as the all-wool klnj. In white with pink
or blue borders: full dcuble-bed size.
A chance to secure good serviceable Blankets way
below their worth;
11.30 Doiihle-lw.,1 SUr Blanket, in white,
gray and tan, with colored borders; soft QCa
fleecc-flnlsh quality. Sale price, pair IiJl
a Yard, for 25c
THIS COUPON ana Xefor
ITSee yards of Unbleached
Unen Crash, for ronror tea
towels. Sold regularly at 123&C
$1.25 Bkdeye, 95c
THIS COUPON and 93c for
one-piece ot 30-Inch AntlJ
sepuc .tnraeye. in sealed sani
tary packages; fun ten yards
In each. (x.)
5c Wad dotk,'
3 for 10c
Tins COUPON and 10c for
three Turkish "Wash Cloths.
In all white and red borders.
75c and 89c Scarfs, 49c
THIS COUPON and 49c for
Ration Filet Laco Scarfs and
Shams to match. Sold regu
larly at 75c and SSc each.
29c Scarf, 19c
THIS COUPON and 19c 'for
lace-trimmed Bureau Scarfs:
pretty designs embroidered-on
each end. (T.)
59c Centerpiece, 39c
THIS COUPON and 39c for
lace - trimmed Centerpieces:
round and square: Japanese
drawn work and embroidered
centers; 24 and 30 inch sizes.
10c Shirt Waist Before
THIS COUPON and 3c for
Pulley Shirt Waist Belts: &
simple and effective shirt
waist iholder. Regularly 10c
Notion Dept, (T.)
10c Fastener, 5c
THIS COUPON and 5c for
"Seo-It-Spring" Snap Fasten
er: one dozen on a card; best
10c kind. CT.)
Collar Fowdatioa, 3c
THIS COUPON and 3c for
Warren's "New York" Collar
Foundations; an sizes; black
and white. (T.)