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-4 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1913. "THEHONEY BEE" COMES TO COLUIIft. around the comic supplements of the reputation is world wide, acts with his npflTT POORUm Tfl great Sunday newspapers, will be the old power and his sturdy vigorous art I III I VI IIU11LJI Ml ?"n u oLunnLU u sibility In the newspaper character for On Friday been an unuallfled success has been proved by the fact that Happy Hooll- Rpnrnp Arlicc in "flicraoli" Will Ban has been the one above all the ueorge Arnss in uisraeu win cthcr pays bujIt alons the same ime3 I that has endured season after season. This year Mr. Hill has a cast of thirty-five people, and it is said that both principals and chorus make up an or ganization superior even to the previ ous companies he has had In the pat seasons. "Hapy Hooligan" will be seen at the Aeademv for nine performances. beginning next Monday. Matinees will be given on Tuesday Saturday. Xfnraltnt thot cnaracter iori un rraaj v.uuiucm ..1..,., -- theatrical use, and in "Happy Hooll-i Parisian beauty ana n'sY'on'c,r?,' "i gan" he has developed the use or these" ue icaimcu "-vi,u""?,7" .: comical episodes to the highest degree . the popular drama. The snr; Of amusement success, both from ti.e ' For all of these attractions the Garden standpoint of public enjoyment and Symphony Orchestra will render n .spe-, financial returns. That his system has cially arranged musical accompanlent. TAKE POISON DEATH Be the Attraction at the National. OBliUARY tfvHS. MRS. MARTHA A. MASON. Mrs. Martha A. Mason, widow of George Thompson Mason, was buried today following funeral services at St. John's Church. H street and the A,-r,i,o f tiu Prpsldents. Mrs. Masons Thursday and 1 jjcatli occurred last T.uesday morning at her home. 3)14 G- street norwiweau JOSEPH A. ROHR. Joseph A. Rohr, for thirty-five years manager of the Armstrong-Cator Com pany. In Washington, is dead at his Billv Watson comes to the Gayety nest week with a new edition of Kraus meyer's Alley," and "The Bashful "Venus." The comed'an Is seen in the role of Philip Krausmcyer In both bur letts while Eddie Collins. Irish come- U1U11 IIIU AVliltiitllCL ", ,. .--- - -. -ll .--. Honev ! each have dual roles. Collins js seen . "" "'1,"'.,-' .. it U luHnilht. in "ivrausmeyer ai ey aa me '""""' able Grogan, and in "The Bashful Ve nas" as Mr. Dooley- Billy Watson wrote and arranged "Krausmeyer's Al ley." and Harry Montague wrote ana i .nmnnnv entmctvi for the Hol' 2ame society thVshoTincludeElsaTesiboFimper- charge of his funeral. sonator: Margaret Newell. Anita Julius, .......... . - ......inAii e Tnt SSrAT'SoruF'S MRS. HENRY LEE ATKINSON. twenty-five. The French Quadri.le. Jl- uiij.im i,t rect from the Folles Bcrgere of Paris, Dispatches from Philadelphia last will introduce some novel dancing fea- ntuht announced the death there of Mrs. tures. Besides the popular song hits, Hftnpv to, Atkinson, the mother of his bodv having hom rTiiinri in his room bv his daugh ter Miss Anna M. Rohr. Mr. Rohr was seventy-three years old, but, in spite of his age. he traveled between u'n.iiinrinn nnri Baltimore almost daily. The Knights of Columbus and ( Uems of similar tone. Diary of Polar Explorer Reevals How Martyrs Refused to Be Suicides. (Continued from First Page.) was frozen and his fingers were badly blistered. "He Is a good deal run down," Scott wrote. "He Is very much annoyed with himself, which Is not a good sign." The Struggle of Evans. "Evans dislodged two finger nails," Scot wrote on January 29. 1912. "His hands are really bad, and, to my sur prise, ho shows signs of losing heart over it- He has not been very cheerful slnee the accident." There are other will have Than nn FVhrliarv 17. Scott Wrote: "A very terrible day. Evans looked a little better after a good sleep. He declared, as he always did, that he was quite well, and started In his place in the traces, but half an hour later he worked his ski-shoes adrift and had to leave the sledge- The sur face was awfully soft, recently fallen music by Sullivan and Merwin. sung Mr& '(jjjge &. Amies, of Washing-; snow clogging the ski and runners at oy .Margaret navm ium jitu "c" . ton. and widow of the late president or j every oieji. has made a hit In other cities. - A. beautiful novelty in aerial acts will Bucknell University. Mrs. Atkinson was seventy-six years old ana naa naving. A ueaumui novelty m aenaiacw wiu; friends in Washington, bavin AeflfrequenUy visited her daughter here. With a scenic background and elaborate revolv ing apparatus 'the aerlallsts are swung by their teeth with such rapidity that their bodies are brought to a horizontal level. Sidney Shields and his company will furn.sh the laugh.ng feature in a new and up-to-date comedy sketch en titled "Maid Mary." The Duquesne Four, in out of the or dinary characters, two of them of the comedy type, will sing and "sass" for his late residence. He "was a member of the Washington LodAa of Elks. No. S5SLS& Ptoses Shffi fc ? g" VSS & Schofleld, the unique Juggler with his lit tle comedienne ana girl assistant win further add to the merriment. Anna Senn, a young vlol.n'st, will be heard in selections. Monday evening, as usual the "surprise party" will be operated with its "pig-ln-the-bag" gifts, some useful and some comical. 'After we had stODPed an now. Evans came up again, but very slowly. H If an hour later he dropped out again on the same plea, and asked Bowers to lend him a piece of string. I cJutloned him to come on aa quickly as he could. He answered cheerfully, as I thought. "We had to push on, and the remainder of us were forced to pull very hard and were sweating very heavily. "Seeing Evans a long way astern, we camped for lunch. There was no alarm at first Evans still not appearing, we looked, out and saw him still far off. By this time we were alarmed, and s'arted back on skis. "I was the first to reach the poor man. I was shocked by his appearance. He was on his knees, hie lothlng disar ranged, his hands uncovered anft frost bitten, a wild look In his eyes. I asked -i ,. tr -. n,,i A...OIM.sn i what waji ine smtter. tie rennea wiui formerly In charge of the United BUtes , ?'thathe did not know, he MARSHALL L. SMITH. The funeral of. Marshall Ll Smith, who died last Tuesday at his residence, 417 Ninth street southwest, will be held tomorrow morning at 8:36 o'clock from the funeral. Mr. Smith Is survived by his wife, Mrs. Agnes M. Smith. CHESTER K. GREEN. "The Honey Bee." by Hutcheson Boyd and- Rudolph Bunner. which Harrison Grey FIske will present at the- Colum bia Theater next week, though It ln ti"oduces a phase of the feminist move ment In a novel way. makes no pretense of pointing a moral or presenting a thesis on the woman question The new woman has come to be a factor In American affairs, and, as "he Bee" "is an up-to-date comedy, this ac tive representative of the sex feminine is therefore accorded her social right by membership in the cast of contrast-ing-characters. It is the new woman (n the comedy who induces the husband and wl?e of' the story to change places, each to do the other's work, in "an ef fort to achieve success. To realize the exacting demands of the1 cast Mr. Flske has chosen the Play's Interpreters as l'llows: Allan Pollock. Fanny Hartz, Marie Chambers, Benjamin Kauser. Eugene A. Hohen- wart, Marlon Pullar, and Norris and iieien aiimngton. ' Georgo Arliss will be the atractlon at the National' Theater "next week, a Louis N. Parker's comedy, "Disraeli." Mr. Arliss made a long and careful study of both the physical and mental qualities of the famous British premier, and his performance is said to be a remarkable characterization. In writ ing the play. Mr. Parker was not blind to the romantic Dosslbllitipa nt hie sub ject, and-displays Disraeli not only as a .statesman nt KHllfanf- ni4w.m.ntG' but as. a sort of good fairy to a pair of young lovers who are .near estrange-TaS!!t- over temperamental difficulties. The motive of the story is Disraeli's purchase of the Suez Canal for Great Britain. Mr. Arliss' company Includes Violet Hemlng, Florence Arliss, Mar faret Dale, Leila Repton, Arthur El ured. Charles Harbury, Oscar Adye, and others. "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," the fairy tale play, opens a .week's en gagement at the Belasco Theater on Monday next with matinees Wednes day, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 3:30 p. m. This 'work, which was Initially re vealed at Mr. Ames' theater in New York, last winter. Is a dramatization of the fairy tale "Snow Drop," written by the Grimm Brothers, and probably as widely read as any work of its sort Mr. WInlhrop Ames, who orig inally produced "The Biue Bird," Is the sponsor for this delightful play, and has given to it the same tasteful scenic Investiture that marked his pro duction of the .earlier work. Some fifty peop.e are concerned in 'the production of "Snow White," amonK whom are Miss Juliette Day, who plays the name part; Olive Temple; Ada Deavss. Boy Cochrane, John M. Weller, Guy Cunningham, and So. Solomon, who Im personates Fiddle, the witch's cat. Washington premieres of recent New. Tork vaudeville successes In unusual number and quality will make the B. F. Keith Theatci- bill next week a memor able onc.'the prominent attraction be lng.the'charcater actor, Frank Sheridan, ; -TTho will present a.powerful play In.one atC'BIackmaJl,"' especially written to him by Richard Harding Davis. Another important event will be Will lam .A. Brady's entrance into -vaudeville as a producer, his first offering beiny "Beauty Is Only Skin Deep." There are nine women in the cast but not a single individual of the male species. Third in ranking order will be Rae Eleauor Ball, the violin virtuoso, fresh from her tour of Europe nd recognized by foreign musical critics as an artl&te of first rank. She will offer a repertoire of popular classics. Otter 'prominent Inclusions of laugh ter, novelty and variety, will be the .Bison City Four In vocal hits; Percy jjvusuii ana uue uaiawin in a oiver-1 i.i,-,.i rframa Mnn ftf flnnnliic in.1 itn"-in. DtnHn . . . .. . ., .......... ... HA..M . .. J-TJ.V .vtn. j .," 61 .o"vwi Cristo. This proaucuon mares a new in ceruuii mxuwu c iciusuis w vf. "... .. i.-. rovclntlnn tn vou George. 'Comedian and Almost a Jue- ..L. i- , .i, f nirtnros nnd Is miinmn on such bonds not accomnan ed wll proe a nappj reeiauonjo jou. . t nfn....A. . , -.- .i.-- ca vc .i...... w. .. , r-- ...-:..! ..l -- .- i aii rfTnii-fnwT'K ftvprvwncrp. i cents. ''"'" -rt-'"""" .'ovemea j,ta tn-r nn Indefinite term-ot nonu- Dy cerTlucaies or ownersnip, wunoui ue-i- . -oo ---- !.' ."7 j .i-i . ..... w -.-.- . . - -- . w9Tnrk irwa rrom hol hdhukb viiciiii- sclous. When we got him into the tent he was quite comatose and died quietly at 12:3 in the morning. "On discus&ing the symptoms we think he began to get weaker Just be fore we reached the Pole. The down ward path was accelerated first by the shock of the frostbitten 'fingers, later by falls during the rough traveling en the glacier, and further by the loss r.f confidence in himself. Wilson thinks it certain that he must have injured his brain by his fall. The Failing of Oates. "It is a terrible thing to lose a com panion in tills wey, but calm reflec tion shows that there could not have been a better ending to the terrible anxiety of the last week. We were In a desperate pass with -a sick man on our hands at such a distance from home." Then a few days later Captain Oates began to fall, his feet first becoming frostbitten. On March 7 Scott wrote: "Poor Oates is unable to pull. He sits In the sledge when we are track searching. He Is wonderfully plucky, as his feet must be giving great pain. He does not complain, but his spirits only come un in sDurts. He now grows silent In the tent The poor soldier has oecome a terrlDle Hindrance, inou.cn ne hl3 utmost One feels that lor UUC3 I Door Oates the crisis is near." 4ni4 Viaa ln latA Cnitt WPnfA fVttJ f i'Vktu imco ua;o law w-wn. mvw ..! things were steadily going down hill. J .VUKII UVk J TV W Q SICb14 ftiaitf J "He has rare pluck. He must know he can never get through. He asked W11-. son If he had a chance. Wilson had to. say he did not know. I "As a point of fact Oates has ngftie Apart from him, even if he went un der now, I doubt whether we could get through. With great care we might have a doc's .chance, but no more. The weatler conditions are. awful, and our gear gets steadily more icy and dlffcult to manage. - "At the same time poor O.tcs Is the greatest hindrance and keeps Cs wait ing in the morning until we have break fast, when thtr only wise policy is ta be up and away at ence. Psor chap! It Is too pathetic to watch him. One cannot but try to cheer him up." The tragic death of Captain Oates was Included In former published ac counts. The diary adds, however, that "Oates's last thoughts were of his mother, but immediate? before leav ing ho took-nride in thlnklncr that his regiment would be pleased nt the bold J way he met his tleatn. 'wp an nope to meet the end In a similar spirt and assuredly the end Is not 'far." The Big Disappointment The depressing effect of the dis covery that Captain 'Amundsen was first to reach the Pole Is brought out In the portions of the diary now pub lished. " The Norwegians forestalled us." says a typical entry. "It Is a terrible disappointment I am very sorry for my loyal companions." Then was added the first note of despondency when Scott wondered If the party could make the return trip. After that there were frequent entries which showed that Captain Scott knew he was destined to perish on the ley barrier. The Scott volume contains many let ters' to friends and relatives. And there Is the last letter to his wife, from which the following extract is taken: "Make our boy Interested in natural history if you can. It Is better than games. Keep him in the open air. Above all, you must guard him against Indo lence. Make him a strenuous man. The great God has called me. Take comfort, in that I die in peace with the world, and myself, and not afraid." I List of Absentees v Longer in House The absentee list of the House end of the Capitol is growing longer, and the smile of Minority Leader Mann grows wider. Day after day Mr. Mann forces n will -o!l In th. llAiitn tfint thn R0-' crd may contain a list of those who were not present During the cam paigns next summer Mr. Mann and oth er Republicans will go into Democratic districts and chide Democrats for not upholding their own Administration by staying on the Job In Washington. The Record today shows the longest absentee list of the session. It is set out that there were "not voting. 3K." The membership of the- House is now 430, so less than 100 members are ut Washington, the others having returned to their constituents to explain that It "wasn't any use banging around up there waiting on the Senate." Grabbed Girl by Arm, Assailant Is Jailed A dUS LAXATIVE 6 "AM ABT Mads from fruit Can't harm tender stomach, liver and bowels. A sentence of six months In Jail was given to James L. Ford, colered. by Judge James Pugh this morning on a charge of assault preferred by Miss Rrtlth Hotvson. of 1231 Massachusetts avenue southeast Ford was accusedof j graooing ine ngni arm ui me jinui woman as she left her home last nteht about 10 o'clock. He was captured a rhort time later by Sergeant Fnrr aad Policeman J. C Smith, and was Identi fied by Miss Howson as tn man wno accosted her. If your little one's tongue is coated H Is a sure, sign the stomach, liver, and bowels need a gentle, thorough cleans in at once. When -your child la cross, peevish, listless, pale, doesn't sleep, eat or act-naturally: If breath is bad. stom ach sour, system full of cold, threat sore, or If feverish, give a teaspoonfa! of "California Syrup of Figs." and In1 a few hours all 'the clogtred-up, con stipated waste, sour bUe and undigested food will gently move out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. Sick children needn't be coaxed to take this harmless "fruit laxative. Million of mothers keep it bandy be cause they know its action On the stom ach, liver and bowel Is prompt and sure. They also know a tittle gives today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask your druggist for a 59-ceat bottlj of "California Syrup, of Fls." wWck contains directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-W pwjjniy on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here. 'Get the geaume. dtar "Calif ornla.Fi Syrup Company." Doat be fooledt-Advt. ? Government hatchery In Washington, Owing to tte ttu,o with wUc ttegwatptaoto Play. "Les Mis erables cape Vincent New York, died last nfatt snowed ever? sllno? complete Hapse. wac received at the National at both r,n vinti oftnr n hHr fiin performances last Sunday and the fact interment will be made "Saturday In that many were unable to gain admit- ar.r.y,omc.T tj- -y .L- " .- I-' , J.JJ.J - -. kA 1 WW..-.. -.- -. tance it nas ucvn ucuucu w i cijvat uic performance next Sunday both after noon and night Unqualified praise has been given this great flllm of Victor Hugo's niaster-and-the role -of Jean Valjean-ls master fully portrayed. Made and acted in Franco with none but actors of recog nized ability in the casf the .picture stands out boldly even in this day of mammoth productions. 'The perform ance next Sunday will- show the film to een better advantage. University Debaters ' Announce Contests "Wilson, Bowers, and I went for the sledge. Oats remained with him. When we returned he was practically uncon- At Moore's Garden Theater the fea tured, attraction next Monday. Tuesday and TVednesday will .ber"Arizona,"" the George Washington University de baters have announced contests with the University of Pennsylvania an Cornell University, and challenges have been sent to the debating teams of several other - large, universities. The first "debate' with Pennsylvania most imponuscreen production of the wm eW here aO0I1( wUh a return en gustus Thomas -is tomlliar to almost sagement at Philadelphia. The Cornell even' play-goer in every English-' debate . will not be held until April, speaking country; and the presentation George' Washington won six lntercol of it as a photo-drama contains many Je&iate debates from 1S05 to 1907 without features which .add to Its attractive- ,a defeat, apd slnce'then has won eleven ness beyond the realm of the footlights. out.oCslxteen contests. A revival of ln Scenes impossible to be shown upon the terest now is manifest and plans for an regular stage are projected, with a active season are being made by the background ofnature Itself. Being es- debaters. i ' sentlally a drama of the great out- ZJZ :: . 7 doors, It lends itself beautifully to pho- -,.. -. , . . . fidav the ch at.i Public Debt Interest traction will be an elaborate production! of "Fedora," made famous by the late Fannv Davenport and Melbourne Mc-j Dowe'll. On Saturday the main feature; will be an alluring proaucuon oi ine TnftrM!f nnn oMllrat,on, of the TTnlfed Sar5SSptav OrSnTorlotet. States or its possessions or of any State, chronic and Teave ni .nmnanv l these nhoto-Droduc- countv. cltv. or any other political sub- 1 4.?rulI?-.-S5.nsI B alm leaVe ..... .., .---- - .7 . . .. . . t. t l aiier euetis. lions. iaivision tnereoi, is not sudjcci io ine Not Under Income Tax Say Goodbye to Constipation and Sick Headache Calomel out of a Job since Hot Springs liver Buttons Arrived in Town. Xo reason on earth why anyone In this town shou:d put up with a lazy, stubborn, mean or rebellious liver, since wonderful HOT SPRINGS LIVER 3UTTONS are in-every drug store here. Forget about calomel right now; better throw It Inthe ash heap along with your pills, salts, oils and other makeshifts. You won't want any moro to do with any of them once you give blissful, gentle HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS a chance. Thev surely are a great blessing to j oM people and women who suffer from are so no bad Take them for what the Doctors of Hot Springs prescribe them. For con- tlpatlon, nervousness, cioggea liver, up- rr.n' ClarAm Theater was nracti- ,ncome tax- ...... ,i.r 'r oil ,,, vHimhTv hv Notice to this errect has Deen served s iaglr throngs anxious to witness the upon a number of banks by the Treasury "t . s oma.cn, awnes s s ck neauacne. Jcfeen version of the James O'Neill Department it haying been called to the ". "SJ1 'JS? inkfr Thft c.aunt at Monta attention or the deDartment tnat oanKc "'V''v v"." ,.,:; i"rr DAiiun anil uiiiiuij emu . w-v- sleri1 Ward and Weber In Dixieland 1nine and the Pathe weekly motion picture re view of International news happenings. i Rex Beach's story of adventure and romance In Panama, "The Ne'er Do Well," will be next week's offering at Poll's. The play is a dramatization of a story in book form that has had a record-breaking circulation. Its inci dents are Interwoven with the real story of the building of the canal, and Its production depicts vividly realistic scenes of the great engineering feat that Is beinc accomDlished in rvntr-ni America by' the United States Govern-j inenc ine central figure of the drama is Kirk Anthony, hero of many a hard fought football game, and son of a mil lionaire and squanderer of his father's wealth. He Is Involved In a fight one night when he and his friends are under the influence of wine, and strikes an- lfh man -ir tha I.aa.1 ..-l.t. - -- .. uiw luc iciu niLU SUCH force that the man is apparently killed' instantly. Anthony's friends slip him I on Doara a steamer tnat is weighing anchor and bound for Panama. When the young man wakes up next mprnlng the boat is out at sea, and he has neither money nor a change of clothes from the evening dress he wore when he was hustled on board. He Is. saved from an embarrassing situation by the wife of a high official- in the American Government of Panama, who recognized him as the hero of STecent college foot ball game. This incident at sea Is the beginning of a fascinating romance which continues throughout young An thony's stirring adventures In the Canal Zone, where he makes a man of him self after numerous hardships, not the least of which is his arrest on a charge of murder. "Happv Hoolltjan," the most famous of all the plays that have been built larity. Mr. O'Neill, whose name and ducting the tax. SamD'.e free from Hot Springs Cheml cal Co., Hot Springs. Arkansas. Advt -Mi ii n :."! 1106 G St. Cor. 11th The House of Fashion "I-M-I-I-I-H-I-M-I-I" SERIOUS CATARRH YIELDS TO HYOMEI Be wise In time and use Hvomel at I the first warning of catarrh. J- Do not let the disease extend along r" the delicate mucous membrnni f-miin- , n rily goin- from the nose to the throat. 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Hats made of he finest velvets and plushes In black and the new shades In the large picturesque, the medium and the chic small shapes, some flare, some with indentations here and there, and others with the straight brim. Feathers, fancy Numldl effects, aigrettes and small bunches of fruits and flowers are used In a truly delightful manner resulting In real striking, smart appearing hats thatnvomen of fashion wlU admire. Come tomorrow to this great millinery event and pick out the hat you like best for there Is THE RIGHT ONE for every woman. 2nd floor Millinery Section. r haaaai SaaaaaaM bbl Nn"aBaaarVaa fSBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaK W yWVVMWWMWMVyVWWV wMWMMMWWMWVMVMi M iS Prettiest Styles in Lingerie Waists at 98c Values $1.50 and $2.00 What Is your preference In a Lingerie waist, Madam? Low or high neck, lawn, voile, or crepe, plain or trimmed styles. We have more than 25 styles of Lingerie Waists at this one price, and every fashion tha has been approved this season will be found. Some are plain, others elaborately trim med in lace or embroidery; all have the r.ofcr long sleeves. Excellent values, and the price Is but 98c for choice. Main Floor Bargain Tables. A Snap ! Silk Petticoats $1.69 Values $3.50 Only a small lot to close out at this low price Friday. Made of good quality messallne with deep side pleated flounce percallne dust ruffle, black and colors. A low price you must admit! Main Floor1 Bargain Tables. Knitted Wool Petticoats, In gray, navy, cardinal, white, and .black; also with com bination color borders, fitted yoke, regular and extra slaes. and the price, spe- 1 AA clal at 3M.UV 2nd floor Petticoats. MVWWVWWWWMWWVWV enjtVJ"w"'J''b'"' J sir--i "sm-Wui The New Models in Separate Skirts $5.95 The Separate Skirt Is an Important gar ment In a woman's wardrobe. We have pre pared well for your separate skirt needs, and tomorrow offer an exceUent style- at $5.95. Materials are serges, black-and-white fancy effects, checks and plaids In the much wanted blue-and-gTeen combinations. All lengths. Girdle style and many drap ed models in the group. 2nd floor Garment Section. WWWWMWWWWWWWMVWWWWWWWXWWWWi 79c Quilted Satin Lining, 25c Going to clear out thisentlre lot tomorrow. You will find 24-lnch Quilted Sailn Lining In dark brown only, 24 Inches wide, marked at 2oC a yard tomorrow to close. Be quick to secure your share. Main Floor Sth St. Annex Lin ing Section. A Lot of Fancy Feathers at 33c Worth Up to $1.50 Just the trimming that you heed for an untrimmed shape, and of fered at such a low price that you owe It to your purse to buy. Included In this group aro Un curled Ostrich and Fancy Stick ups In black, white, and a good range of the snades most wanted. Any you may fancy at 33c Fri day. Main Floor Bargain Tables. 124c and 15c Outing Flannels & Flannelettes, 9c Good lengths tomorrow of Out ing Flannels, Flannelettes, and Duckling Fleece. In lengths for making kimonos, sacques, pa Jamas, and children's garments. Srnny different colors many dif ferent designs. Choice tomorrow at 9Tic a yard. Main Floor Sth St Annex Flannel Section. 12ic to 18c . Ginghams, 7ic Mothers want these for-making children's school frocks and for house dresses. Hundreds of yards, in plain col ors, stripes, checks, and plaids. In , pretty color combinations. tienguis range 2 to 8 yards and jrnaay, cnoice joic a the price yard. Main Floor 8th Gln-rt-.ims. . St Annex Domestic Prices That Will Appeal to Women Buy Friday and pay less than you had ex pected for best sheets and pillow cases. Salem Sheets, size 54 by 90-in., 60c At?. value. Friday HtDC Heavy Linen Finish Sheets wears well, seamless and hand torn, size 81 by 90-in. tTQn 75c value. Special Friday DuC Rival Sheets, soft domatic finish size SI by 108-in, very durable. 85c value. jn Special Friday QiC Everlasting Sheeti? Lockwood or Blue Label brand, extra long for metal beds, xlze 63 Cft by 99-in. Special value OUC Pillow Cases. niz 42 Iv afi-ln mnri -nio-i with tl)o selvage mill ends, but absolutely per- uj ju-in. ibe value. - fIUn size 42 feet Special at Excelsior Pillow Cases, size 45 by 3C-In.. wear well. Special value at... jlaln Floor Domestic Section. 12'2C Great Values Friday For Men in TIMELY FURNISHINGS Furnishings men require at a con siderable saving in price: Outing Flannel Pajamas, finished with military col lar and trimmed with frogs; ocean pearl buttons. $1.25 value. Special Friday. QO only iOl Cotton Ribbed Shirts and Pants, w a r r a n ted two thread, and a good elastic quality. Special val ue, a gar- Arjn ment xn Flannelette Night Robes with turn down col lar. 3 different qualities. rA HCn CI Oft and each a special value at wUUj I tW tPX.UU Men's Natural Gray Shirts and Pants, me dium weight, odds and ends, not all sizes. $1.25 and $1.50 garments. To close tomorrow 7Qp a garment 1 1 Colored Four-ln-Hand Ties In the largest variety of the most attractive styles ever shown. Every fancy or fashion has KAp nft $1 Art representation and priced at OUC "u Ol.UU 430 7th St. Entrance Mens car. .If iJuqaJH!slc5 SaPPPEl -r Lace Certains and jrcieres At Price-Appealing Prices Time to put up lace curtains, and here prices are down! 'Printed Cathedral Scrim new showing of bordered and all-over effects, in pink, green, brown, yellow, and red. Special value ir at, a yd. J.UC Tambour Muslin Curtains, attractive designs. 3 yds. long, 40-in. wide. $2.50 and 92.25 0-f ETA values. Friday, a pair -wXkJv Swiss Curtains, finished with ruffles or hem stitched edge; 2 yds. long. 75c value. (TQ Special Friday, a pair UtC Novelty Net Sash Curtains, In 6 different de signs, applique braided designs in white or arab. $3.00 value. Friday, a ?"! Q(T pair wltiU Scotch Lace Curtains, in 20 different de signs, plain and medallion centers, attractive borders In combination scroll .and floral effects, white and arab. $2.50 value. A pair, 1 QQ Friday 0J.m7O Rep and Armure Portieres, 3 yds. long edged wth Vandyke braid, all the wanted shades of green, olive, red, and brown. 14.50 flJQ Crt value. Special, a pair viOuM 3rd floor Curtains and Portieres. ODDS AND ENDS IN Art Needlework 25c Stamped Corset Covers, of fine nainsook, effective designs ar.i:.?..,.'-:r. mc Stamped Contois and Pillow Tops, in choice designs. Values up to 25c. Choice n tomorrow JJC DoMics. 'Pin Cushions, and Col ," damped in many designs. 10c and IGc values. r- Chcice OC Main Floor Bargain Tables. Free Lessons in Knitting, Crocheting, nirj Art Embroid ery dailj after 10 a. m. Main Floor Sth St. Annex Art Fmbrcidery Section. Ribbon Lengths For Fancy Work At Lowest of Low Prices Now Is the time to buy ribbon lengths for fancy work. Ribbons. Including 5 and 10-yd. bunches, in all colors, and black or white. Special Friday, AJhn a bunch "'" Ribbons, 1 to 2-in. wide, includ ing satins, taffetas, and fancy floral effects. In all colors. r 10c values. A yard Friday.... OK, Ribbons, including satin taffetas. 4-tn. wide, in all colors, nnd regular 19c values. Spec- " lal Friday a yd. onlv XU i& Main Floor Bargain Tables. Remnants Of Printed Linoleum . 59c Value 29c Sq. Yard Now for a close out of all remnant lengths of Linoleums Friday. Best Printed Linoleums, in 4-4 and 8-4 widths, in choice colors and designs, and many can be matched up into su,ffi cient quantity for a small size room a sq. yd., 29c- 3d Floor Floor Coverings. Boys' Apparel At Prices That Interest Boys' Anchor Brand Blouses, of good quality madras or percale, well made, full cut, In different color stripes; sizes 8 to 16 years. Values 50c. Special tomor- QQ. row at ., K7l. Boys' Double-breasted Suits of heavy all-wool blue serge and fancy casslmere; well tailored, with full cut peg pasts, lined and taped: sizes S to 11. Values IS, $7. and ?S. (t QQ Choice- 3m70 Boys' Felt Hats, black, red, tan, brown, blue, and gray; In sailor, Jacktar, and alpine styles. CQ. J1.25 values. Choice U7l ird floor Boys' Clothing. . - - . r-