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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1913.
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SIGNAL CORPS HEAD
WILL RETIRE FROM
Brigadier General James Allen
Will Go Back to Boyhood
Home in Indiana.
After a life full of adventure and
achievement, honored In the service of
his Government, Brig. Gen. James Al
len, ch ef signal officer of the United
States Army, will on February IS re
tire from active service, and go back
to live the remainder of his life at his
boyhood home in LaPorte, Ind.
General Allen has a military record
of forty-one years -which reads like a
novel. H'mself of modest bearing-, it
Is in the official, perfunctory records
of the War Department, that the full
story of his adventures may be gleaned.
All the way from fighting on the old
Indian frontier down to handling the
highly scientific questions of develop
merit of m lltary aviation and the wire- J
less. General Allen has been in the fore
front. Allen graduated from West "Point in
1S72. and. in the cavalry branch, im-1
mediately saw service in the Indian
camnaiims in the Middle West. In 189L
he was transferred to the S gnal Corps
because of his unusual ability in ar
ranging moans for military communi
cation. Spanish War Record.
Jt was. however. In tne Scanish-
Atnerlcan war that the army officer'
established the reputation of the S g-,
nal Corps. For locating- Cevera's fleet1
in Santiago harbor and supplying the
information which resulted in its de
struction, Erigad.er General Allen re
ce ved a letter of commendation from
"Colonel Allen," says the official mil
itary report, "furnished dally ceimuni
catlon under the most difficult condi
tions. He reported that the Spanish
bquadron was short of coal and could
not renew Its supply in port. His effi
cient work enabled the navy to strike
the blow that destroyed the entire
Brigadier General Allen is very
proud of the fact that the President
was notified of the destruction of the
Spanish fleet, by his cable dispatches,
fourteen hours "in advance of any
otner omciai inrormation. '
He .was ordered by the Secretary of
War to destroy the Cuban cables. On.
tne came snip. Arias, witn a. foreign
crew and harassed by Spanish o .e
do boats, he completed this perilous
task. While working on the last of
the cables, a Spanish ship opened fire
on the Arias, and Allen's crew revolt
ed. At the .point of a pistol, he, assisted-by
several other officers, forced
the crew to work until the cable was
cut ln-lwo-places. At the close of the
war. Colonel Allen restored the cables.
Head of Aviation Squad.
For the next three years he laid tele
graph lines in the Philippines and
kept communication from the interior
parts of the islands open with Manila.
Then he was ordered to Alaska to take
charge of laj Ing the Seattle and Alas
Since becoming chief signal officer,
Brigadier General Allen has been in
cnarge 01 military aviation. He was
Instrumental in inducing Congress to
make the first appropriation for an
army aviation school. He purchased
two aeroplanes, designated five avia
tors, and selected a site at College
Each year he has urged Congress to
greatly Increase the appropriation.
He has festered the science and Is se
cure in the knowledge that when he i
retires he will leave behind an avia- I
tion branch of the Signal Corps which. !
although not as large as that of many I
other nations, is considered by experts
10 dc prooaoiy tne most penect.
For MacArthur's Widow
A pension of $75 for Mrs. Mary Mac-
Arthur, of Milwaukee, widow of Gen.
Arthur MacArthur, was recommended
by the Senate Committee on Pensions
esterday. The Stephenson Jjlll pro .1
that she be B!en J2.500 a jear. and the
mt ---.. v... uiql me pension De
made J1W a month.
For Thursday Only
$3.00 and $3.50
M if W
For ont . ys 'MOVK-ON"
only we make an offer which
At Only $2.29 a Pair
ALL our famous
ALL ur famous
ALL our Boys' "Till - WEAK" and 'MOOS - SOLE"
Shoes regular he'shts and STOnM SHOES.
ALL jur MIms' and Growing Girls' "KlTE-KOItM."
nigh cut HTOIJI BOOTS
This means Jusst whet It says ANY AND ALL STYLES
the celebrated lines mentioned all thin seasons zon
ular styles. In evcrj wanted toe. heel, sire, and uldth
made of the most reliable Tan. Black, and Patent Leathers
POK THURSDAY ONLY AT $2.29 a pair!
Notice Carefully These Facts:
While these shos soil regularly at 12.80. no Shoe
House In or out of Washington can sell you their equali
at less than 60c to $1.50 a pair more!
And owlr5 to recent very considerable advances In
the COST of th-se xhoos this reduction Is equal to a
Price-Cut of $1 or mere a pair In other seasons!
So don't "miss this Sale!
rjffjABLE SHOE rTg
Cer. 7Lh aid K Sis. 1914-1916
Ash Wednesday Observed by Masses in St. Teresa's Church.
Man Who Tried to Board Moving
Car Is Slightly Injured.
WASHINGTON TIMES BUREAU.
ANACOSTIA. D. C FEB. E.
Lenten services began today n Ana-
costla churches -with large congrega-
tions attending. In two of the houses
of worship a special schedule of serv
ices for the penitential season was
put into effect.
There was a mass celebrated in St
Teresa' rhurh nVlftPlc when"rICh0lr W,H be ma!e UD ot men of the
Teresas Church at 8 o clock, when r aE30cjaUon. n. W. Preston, of Wash-
the parishioners received the blessed
ashes. The Rev. E P. Murphy of tho
Apostolic Mission House, will preach
tonight, and the distribution of tho
ashes will be made once more for
those who were unable to attend this
The Hev. Wlllard G. Davenport, rec
tor of the Emmanuel P. E. ChUich.
conducted Ash Wednesday services
at 10:30 -o'clock this morning. There
will be services this evening at 7:30
William Petty, aged forty-three,
was thrown to the street last even
ing when he tried to board a moving
Anacostla car at Nichols avenue and
Messer street. He was injured
The inspection of the summer uni
forms and equipment of the police
men attached to the Eleventh precinct
is scheduled to take place this even
ing in the station. Inspector Frank
Cross will represent Police Head
quarters at the inspection.
Anacostla Council. No. 16, Junior Or
der of United American Mechanic up.
cepted an invitation last night to be
present at the annual visitation of Reno I
Council. No. 4. Jr. O. U. A. M.. in its I
hall in Tenleytown next Monday night,
The Embroidery and Social Club en
tertalned its friends on Monday evening
in the home of Miss Nellie Green, In W
street, where a dinner was given.
Among those present werye Mrs. Beau-
Taft Signs Bill to
Incorporate Art Body
The bill providing for the incorpora
tion in the District of Columbia of the
National Institute of Arts and Letters,
was signed yesterday by President Taft.
The measure was introduced by Con
gressman Slayden. Is purpose is to
further the interest of literature and
the fine arts. The membership Is limit
ed to 2X. more than 100 of whom are
named in the bill as incorporators.
Talk on Wisconsin's
Th recent woman's suffrage cam
paign In Wisconiln will be the subject
of a talk by the Rev. Olympla Brown,
of Racine. Wis., in the red room of the
New Ebbltt, tomorrow afternoon at
2:50.. under the auspices of the "Federal
Woman' Equality Association, Mrs.
Clara Colby, who has BPent some time
in England studying the suffrage move
ment, will speak on .the "Militant Suf
fragists' of that country.
Orders for Relief.
Formal orders were Issued yesterday
for the relief of Rear Admiral W. H. H
Southerland as commander-in-chief of
the Pacific fleet He will become a mem
ber of the navy general board In Wash
CASTOR I A
for Infants and Children.
Thi Kind You Han Always Bought
SALK Sell. - mursday
you cannot afford to neglect.
Pa. Ave. 233 Pa. Ave. S. I
mont. Misses Jennie Orr. Josephine
Jackson, Marie and Leota- Beaumont.
UaiiIaH fininlBt T Ala CtiaP T.iltn
and Verdln Hrown an rnn KMm.il.
Walter Cornell. Maurice Haldeng-. John
Green and Messrs. Morris and McDanlel
The progressive association of the Ana
costla Baptist Church will hold a spe
cial service next Sundav evening. The
ington, will speak on "The Other Wise
Two church suppers last night were
well attended. There was one In Ana
costla and another In Congress Heights.
The Ladles' Guild of the Emmanuel P.
.E "Church gave one in the parish halL
The Ladles' Aid Society of the M. E.
Church at Congress Heights gavo a
'"Dutch" supper In the Sunday school
Miss Ruby A. Cranford. of Pleasant
street. Is visiting relatives In Winston-
C. V. Wheeler, general superintendent
of the Washington Steel and Ordnance
Company at Glesboro, has gone on a
tour of Europe with his family. They
will be away three months. In Mr
Wheeler's absence. A. G. McKenna, of
Congress Heights, is acting as general
Mrs. C. J. P. Weber has returned to
her home In Pleasant street after an
absence of several weeks in Arlington
and Trenton, N. J., and in New York
Dr.- James C. Hassall, of the medical
force of the Government Hospital for
the insane, is absent in iroy, n. i..
, T v
Philip Chlseldlne. who has been an
employe of the Government Hospital
lor tne insane ior unry-BBicii j"ma,
most of the time in the capacity of a
night engineer at the river plant, is
confined to Sibley Hospital, whera a
surgical operation has left him In a
weak state. He Is improving steadily.'
In Gingseng Roots
Discovery of a new parasite which
has an insatiable appetite for ginseng
roots was the subject of an appeal to
Congress today by ginseng growers of
Ohio. The Insects seriously threaten
the ginseng Industry, it Is declared.
Congresman Bathrick of Ohio today
presented to the House numerous peti
tions from ginseng raisers, asklnjr that
$5,000 be appropriated for study of pre
ventive measures by the Department of
Agriculture experts against the pest.
Preliminary work against the para
sites has been made by Dr. W.-A. Wal
ton, of the Department of Agriculture,
and Prof. H. IL Whetzel, of Cornall
Sore Throat or noutti.
When the 'mouth or throat is Ir
ritated or diseased yon have the
common ailment of Sore Mouth or
Sore Throat IX not quickly cured,
you are m danger of contractus
more serious or even fatal mala
dies such as Croup, Quinsy, Ton
sllIUs or Diphtheria. No pther rem
edy -will cure Sore Throat or 8ore
Mouth ao quickly as TONSILINE
because it Is thn vm?r rj.iniin
Mono mf inai purpose.
You'll need TONSILINE,
one oi mese days, or some
night when the drug store is
wucu octier nave a Dottle
ready at home when you
need It most 25c. and 50c
Hospital Size $1. Ail Druggists.
Largest Credit Jewelers
in the World
In an almost endless variety
of the most exclusive designs
Baroque Pearls and gt (T I
Diamond, gold mounting 3AO I
SOc a Week.
Purchases to the
Amount of 925 Can
Be Paid For at
larger Amounts la
"WHITE PATIENTS ONLY."
Reliable Dentistry, Known in
Washington for 12 Years.
AflIC YOUR KJUENDU.
Dr. C. Vaughan
307 "th t, nw.
I'll. Main &:.
Plates, Crowns, Bridies. . FilUngi. Wc. 75c, tl
ASKED TO EXPLAIN
VIEWS TO CITIZENS
Congress Heights Association Is
Crow Law Tabled. t
The Public Improvement Association
Of Con cress Heltrhtu Is deslroim of
hearing an explanation of the aims of
the National American Women's Suf-
frace Association If the noclettr will
delegate one or more representatives to
hA rtraaAnt of ft... U.mu vta.nt... . ..
-.- ... v,b Maibii uiccwuk UL tile
-llvlc bodr. An invitntlnn tn hiv
suffragette delegates In attendance at
Heights body, on March 11. wih be sent
by Secretary Warner Wright today. ,
The members of thn mtunrlatlnn nmi.
rent last night did not display as much
entnusiasm on the "Jim Crow" car
proposition affecting the District as
was expected. Warner Wright pointed
,out what other associations have done
for or against the separation of the
white and the colored passengers in
street cars in the District. Edward
Blaine and Charles Weber declared the
Slan to be impracticable In the District,
lentlon was made of the number of
colored bosses in offices under whom
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there ought to be noobjeotlon to riding
in the same cars with these colored
men as long as the white employes re
main with them and work.
"Jim Crow" Law Tabled.
Secretary Wright Insisted on a vote
on a motion to favor the separation of
the races In the street cars, but on mo
tion of Ch'arles Weber, which the Rev.
Merritt Earle seconded, the question
was IaM ntl tha tnMa Tt -. ,1m .1
w. - mw.v b warn aaiu luc
matter way be brought up again, how
ever. Information .vaa asked for by several
concerning the plan to have the rou;h
cobblestones removed from the en
trance to No. S Chemical Engine Com
pany, in Nicho.s avenue, an improve
ment which has been requested by the
SS8!f:la.Uon-.. !PCretary Wright stated
he had visited the Municipal building
nnd had conferred with the officials
.Z"1?. c.narEe.,?f U1' "latter. He,wjis
told it is unlikely the werk will be
done. The roof of the engine com
pany's quarters will have to be re
moved and repaired, he was told, and
this win take nil the available funds
for the Congress Heights' "district.
, . .errinff -5. Jhe awociatlon's com
plaint that Nichols avenue at the ter
minus Of th ati-AAt .aw II.... - t
passable, Capt Mark Brooke, assistant'
Endneer Cnmmlflfllnni mt. A . t
.7 . .T .w...., nivw lu 3
".' i. '."al lne roaaway at Alabama and
Nichols avenues will be Improved, but
that under present conditions th
point will always he more or less miry.
Edward Blaine rnnrtfri ntiMIn ei-hnnt
affairs to be In satisfactory shape. Five
500 Fine Suitings
500 Fine Overcoatings
Here are fine Suitings that will be just as good for Spring wear as for win
ter wear, and fine overcoatings that will be just as good for next winter all
going at practically Half Price.
Why, Gentlemen, this is an investment where you get "two for one"
and the best tailoring service in America clothes that are made to fit and drape
correctly workmanship the best satisfaction absolutely guaranteed or money
This is the last week of the sale don't miss this big saving. Come in at
All Suitings Sold Up to $27.50,
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$6, $7 and $8 Trousers, to
pupils have been transferred to the
hlijh schools, lie stated. The Inclu
sion of an item or $33,000 for a tool
room addition to the Congress Heights
School uas spoken about by Acting
Chairman J. S. Lyons, who said there
seems to be no doubt about the pas
sage of the provision, which appears
in the District bill. '
The dangerous condition of Nichols
avenue on account of the material that
was placed between the car tracks.
washing away was commented upoi
by Secretary Wright and others. It
was voted to call the attention of tli3
railway company to the, conditions.
HIGH TRIBUTE TO :
Wilson and Marshall Both to Be
Its Guests, One Temporary,
As the caravansary selected by President-elect
Wilson In which to spend
the night before his Inauguration, and
chosen by Vice President-elect Mar
shall as his permanent home in the
Capital, the 8horeham Hotel is attract
ing great interest frpm Washlngtonians
When the remodeling took place last
fall. Manager Barse ordered 11,000 yard
of carpets In various colonial shades
and designs, and so exactly was this
order filled by W. B. Moses & Sons,
that when they were made up and
fitted to about E25 different spaces,
there was only fifteen yards of carpet
In the halls 'and stairways where the
floors were marble or. concrete, the car
pets could on.y-be laid by drilling holes
for the fastenings, numbering' about
There were more than 2.0C0 pieces of
furniture supplied, mostly In solid ma
hogany. The beds in half the rooms
are mahogany of pure colonial deslgr.
and the r.st art- the brass type. There
were 900 box mattresses and 00 feather
pillows In the same order from the
In the "lounge." or principal parlor,
nearly 100 selected mahogany pieced
were placed, including chairs, desks,
sofas, tables, and settees. The color
schemes of the various rooms, which
have attracted such favorable atten
tion, were all worked out by the same
firm. The dining room Is a charming
symphony of color, and the warmth
and welcome radiated by tho clever
decorative effects in the lobby ani
lounge are known to all who have visit
ed the new hostelry.
Cooper Will Lecture.
William Knowles Cooper, general sec
retary ot the Y. M. C A., will address
the Hill School. ofPotUtown. Pa., this I
evening on "The Challenge of the
L.uy. ui win aeai wiuwue oppor
tunities of the educated, man In so
Oude's Homs-fTown Violets
are plucked twice a day. Always fresh
and fragrant. 1214 P st AdvU
Sold Up to
SENATE PASSES BiLL
PLANNED TO BREAK
Norn's Measure Enables Federal
Officers torSeize Product on
The Norrls bill to enable the De
partment of Justice more effectively
to reach the Coffee trust and brcax
up the valorization scheme was passed
by the Senate yesterday afternoon. The
bill has already passed the House and
was called up in the Senate by Senator
Its purpose Is to strengthen the anti
trust laws,, so as to enable the Gov
ernment to seize the product of a trust
or combination which is shipped Into
this country as soon as it lands.
Under the law, as It has stood up to
this time, seizure has been Impossible
until the goods were In Interstate com
merce. Idaho's New Senator
Arrives in Capital
Senator-elect James H. Brady of
Idaho, former governor, has arrived in
Washington and is ready to enter on
the duties of his office. He will take
the oath in a day or two. He will al
low time for his predecessor Senator
Perky, to close up certain matters. Mr.
Brady is a Republican and a etandpaU
BREAKS A COLD IN A
. FEW HOURS.
First dose of Pipe's Cold Com
pound relieves all grippe
After, the very first dose of "Papa's
Cold Compound" you distinctly feel the I
cold breaking and ail the dlsagreeaDie
grippe symptoms leaving.
It Is a positive fact tbst a dose of
Pape's Cold Compound taken vtry 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 the most miserable
headache, dullness, head and rose stuf
fed up, feverishness. sneezing, sore
throat, running of the nose, mucous
catarrhal discharges, soreness, stiffness
and rheumatic twinges.
Take this wonderful Compeund with
the knowledgM that there is nothing
else In the world which will cure your
cold or end Grippe misery as. promptly
and without any other assistance or bad
after-effecta as a 26-cent package of
pape's Cold Compound-, which any drug
gist n supply It contains no quinine
be sure you get wharyou ask for-ae
reDt no substitute belongs- la every
home. Testes nice acts gently.
$40, to Measure,
Largest Tailoring Establishment in
Six Stores at 8th and P
1 CHURCHES MARK
BEGINNING OF LENT
Solemn High Mass Celebrated
by Catholics, Communion
Held by Episcopalians.
Observing with due solemnity and
ceremony the beginning of the ferty
.days of fasting by Jesus Christ, the
Episcopal and Catholic churches today
held special services to mark the begin
ning of Lent. Masses at 5. 6, 7, and S
o'clock were celebrated in the Catholic
churches, and with the flsrt blush of
morning Episcopalians took part in holy
communion services. Special services of
Lent are scheduled for this afternoon.
The Rev. James Smyth will begin a
series of Lenten services tonight at 74
o'clock in St. Patrick's Church, which
will continue every Wednesday" evening
Choice of the 'House
The Price Tomor
row for Any Suit,
merly Priced $30
. to $60, Is
Women whose Wardrobes begin to shoar 'signs ef wear wsH wtlessaa
this chance to replenish them. Particularly as the parmeats involved.'
are from Kann's regular stock, noted for style, quality, aad eriataal
moderateness In price. ,
Bo not hesitate, but be here early tomorrow, as you know from farm
er experience what crowds attend similar sales at this store.
In the assortments will be found
Nobly Coat Suits, formerly $35 to S60; Stunning One
piece Silk Dresses, formerly $30 to $45, and Handfome
Winter Coats, formerly $30 to $60.
This price (H9 for one day Thursday only. All slsea to start the sale,
but we cannot promise there will be after 19 o'clock.
Garment Store Second Floor.
$350 Cloth Top
Patent Coltskin Shoes
These are very much in de
mand and we have been lucky
enough to secure another lot
of them They are made- on a
very neat and dressy last, and
Should sell easily at 13.60 a,
pair, but as we were able to
get them underjrlce we also
offer them at a good reduc
tion. Take the chance while you
have It tomorrow to save Sac
on a pair.
Shoe Store 2nd Floor.
Whether You Expect Guests
Take Advantage of
Sale of Sheets, Cases, Etc. I
SINGLE-BED SIZE SHEETS,
bleached, linen finished. QCa
with three-Inch hem?, each Ot)U
LINEN FINISHED SHEET8, ex
tra good weight, at following
54x40 in. cot size 43e
63x90 In. single bed size 4Se
72x90 In. i bed size e
PILLOW CASES, 45x36 In. else,
made from the ends of good
sheeting, with two seams, will
wear as well as if made with
only one seam, special - OfUj
The Brass Bed Sale
Continues to draw the crowds
To our Street floor Bargain
to ass elllna
at Even bed finished with the
new lacouer guaranteed not
I to turn or tarnlsn.
Buy Your Flags, Buntings,
Festoons, Etc. at Kann's
From Verr Lance Stocks, Seeared
Quote Unsaateaable Low
ZOO KentooDH, absolutely water
proof colors: slse 9 ft. wide by 4
decoration. Eagle center. Q-l FA
This sale OA.tJV
200 Fntoona. Absolutely water
proof colors; slz 9 ft. wld- by 3
ft. hlch. The complete, decora
tion shield center ready fl- (T(
to hang. This sale 3X.JU
Bright fast colored flags (43
stars) mounted on white enam
eled staffs with gilt spear
Size Doirn. Each.
12x18 In. Mc 3c
15x24 In. $1.00 10c
24x3R in. Sl.ii.-. inc
500 larac Klas; Outnt, con
sisting of ti ft. flag (48 stars)
6 ft. pole, with ball ends,
ropes, and metal holder as
an Introductory special. Qp
-iio Finn Outfit, consisting of
genuine bunting moth proof
flr.g, 5xS ft. (fast colors), sewed
on stars: 10 ft. tapered varnish
ed pole with ball end: flJO OJT
the outflt complete Dih)
Besides the early saeraissr ssrvlsss tfcs
Bpiseepai churches wlK Mj H4r
services, ' and. saay wW held el
wcrnccn m bj-evening.
Homely nd Agti Facet
Now EmsH? BmtifUd
(Aunt SaWy Wtman't Jts.y -I
have seen the ptataeet woeae
made beautiful aed the comslettowa
of good" looking women iswrevsd l!re
seen oldish faces made yeeag m4 '
pretty, blemished asd weatfcerrheate
faces saade spotless, whKe asd saMay-i
la less than two Weeks, by "s, very
staple and harmless process that eu
almost lHcea mirage." This fc iM there
Is to It: OrdtmLfy . nwreefaed wax.
procurable at any drag store oa
ounce will do), is applied sightly Hk
cold cream, and washed o sseratsjas.
This gradually peels pfff the UMeSs
particles of surtaee skla. semJtUng
the underlying skin to shew Hseif. The
newer, fresher skm, when wfcetiy la
evidence, forma a comptesjoa wmm far
beauty aad jouthfuaess is tasssepar
able with oae predaeed by ether weaas.
A complexion u natural, sa free tmm
artlaeJallty, no one guesses the stem
of its acquirement You'll aet regret
trying this realty marvetevs treatsaeat.
EaaaHy woaoerroi ta
saxohte formula for removMc wriaMes,
One ounce powdered saxam J dis
solved la a half -pint wHsjh baaeL
Bathing the face m this isasjudtatefar
erases the finer lines, OradsaHir even
the deepen furrows and Stew's feet
vanish cswpletely. Advt. .
Suiting, a Yd., 12c
Warranted all pure linen, in
one shade of tan only; is ex
cellent for women's and, esdl
dren'a wear. A yard, at 124c.
FOCLABB-r, a fabric espe
cially desirable for making
women's dresses, aad used for
tiu sea crrss.a nlt. It la in
pretty foulard designs, dark
colored grounds, aad is H)
Inches wide. Special -f MU
a yard mTC
8e AFROJT Qt-fGRAsI. stan
dard quality, in blae and
brown checks, all sHe.
checks, a yard.......... wC
Wash Goods Store Street
During Inauguration or Uot
the Savings in This
WHITE CROCHET; BED
SPREADS, for three-quarter
oeas, wonrL. sac, iui
DOUBLE BED SPREADS, white
crochet, with-fringe and cut. cor
ners, made without dressing;
regular 11.69 value, sale - -Q
CROCHET SPREADS, for single
beds, good quality, Sfarselllea
patterns, full width and length.
$1.59 quality, special f- -
SINGLE BED SPREADS. In
light and dark blue. red. pink,
and green, an extra special QQ
value at 07v
Domestic: Store Street Floor.
. 1 IsssMirted Xetal Wsak
staad, l China Wash Basin
and Pitcher. I Covered Cham
ber. 1 Soap Dish. 1 Tooth
nrusn dsug, s
Cakes Ivory Soap.
xne outflt com
at Prices That Enable Urn tn
Prices for This Sale.
Standard wool bunting flags
with sewed on stars:
3x6 ft. t.OS 5x3 ft. S&33
4x6 ft gXSO 6x9 ft B45
4x7 ft gS.73 6x10 tt.. 4U73
230 TrI-Group Flags, consist
ing of 3 large flags with metal
holder, flags mounted on staff
with ball end. 3 "value 01 fyjr
Metal Holders for flags,
Metal Holder for cluster IKn
of 6 flags XUl
Oak Flajr Pole, tapered style
with halyards and-ball end.
7 ft 3-Tc
8 ft. 49c
10 ft. 60e
1! ft. .: roe
5.500 yards bright colored
buntings, some all stripes:
others stripes ana stars in
different combinations; J
extra special, a yard..... C
Bunting Store. Third Floor.
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