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r THE WASHINGTON TIMES; THURSDAY; MAT 7,' 1914. " Activities Of Society RECEPTION HOSTESS (Continued from tixth Fagr ) tirday. May 16, from .". to 7. at tlic Bur lington, in compliment to Mrb. Horace Frierson, Jr. John Barrett will bo the guest or honor tomorrow afternoon at the week ly roctptlon of the Congressional Club. He will sreak on "Our Sister American Republics nd the I'nilcd States. ' Mrs. Fletcher will ret cur. .tsaisled by -Mrs. Gore and Mrs. J 'ennett. Mrs. Smoot and Mrs. Sha.klelord will Iour tea and those assisting will be Mrs. Stephen son. Wisconsin. Mrs. Sheppard. Texas. Mrs. Saulsbury. Delaware, Mrs. Shaf froth, Colorado; Mrs. Shields. Tennes see, Mrs. Smith. Mi iiigin. Mrs. Steph ens. Texas; Mrs. Stevens, Minnesoti, Mrs. Small, :vprth Carolina; Mrs Smith, Texas. Mrs Ste.enson, Minne sota, Mlis Siemp, 'Wrcinia; Mrs. Scott, Iowa. Mrs. bcullv. New Jer3y; Mrs Smith. New York. Mrs. Stephens, Ne braska; Mrs. Stephens. California, Mrs. Stone, Illinois; Mrs, Seldom ridge. Colorado; Mrs. Shreve, Penn sylvania, Mrs. Knnwland. California, Mrs James Scott Brown and Mrs. Seth Shepard. Miss Lloyd. Miss Knowland. Miss Langham, and Miss La Follette will usher. Mrs. James Robert McKee returned to New York lafet evening after a visit of two weeks in Washington as the truest of Mrs. Arthur Lee. f. Congressman and Mrs. RagsdaJe, of South Carolina, who were to have en tertained at dinner last night in compli ment to the Vice President and Mrs. Marshall, were obliged to recall their Invitations because of Mr. Ragsdale's accident on Sunday, when ho was thrown from his horee i Among those entertaining dinner par ties at the Chevy Chase Club last night were Mrs. John Gibbons. M. if. Parker, Jr., Admiral Bradford. Walter I'cnfield. Mr. and Mrs. C. V Wheeler, and Mrs. A. T. Brltton. Henry L. Stlmson arrived here from N'cw York on Wednesday, and is at the Hotel Powhatan. j Secretary of the Navy Daniels will re turn to Washington today from Canton, Oh:o, where he deliverec an address. Mr. and Mrs. J. Scld-.i Bancroft, of Philadelphia, have arrived in Washing ton and are at the Shoreham. W. K. Dillingham, who has been spending some time here, left Wednes day for Chicago accompanied by Miss Mabel Linn. Mre. Eugene Van Renssalaer. presi dent of the Club of Colonial Dames, will be hostess at a large reception this eve ning at her residence. 121C Avenue of tho Presidents, when her guests will include the regents and vice regents of the Mt. Vernon Ladles' Association, members of the Society of Colonial Wars and the Colonial Dames who are in town for the congress, as well as the Colonial Dames of Washington. Mrs. Cox. of Richmond, president of the National Society of i Colonial Dames cf America, win re-1 ceive with Mrs. Van Hecssalaer. 1 'ilMI !fli llll JutfsBEfliLflSHLLB III i llll Je --- s HSSHHBF III 1 imm '"reHF i I II hz.?' " Tts&xstb t III FOES OF PHTHISIS OPEN CM .1 E FOUNDED A HOLIDAY Prevention Makes Cure Un necessary, Is Keynote of Ex perts at New Willard. MRS. JAMES HAMILTON LEWIS. 34 INITIATE IKE ICC IIGE GR Alcantara Caravan Has Suc cess in Initiation Baltimore Visitors Present. Funeral of Mrs. Elgin to Be At 4:30 This Afternoon The funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Elgin, i wile or E. T. E-gin. contractor and builder, will be at 4 o'clock this after noon from the residence. 3213 c street eouthwest. The Rev. George E. Barber. or the Methodist Church of Harpers Ferry will officiate. After the sen-ice here the body will be taken to Clifton, Va.. Fridav morning for Interment. Mrs Elgin, sixty-five years old. was born in Washington. She is survived by her husband Members of the degree team, Alcan tara Caravan, No. 12. Order of the Alhamba. of this city, are receiving congratulations today for a successful initiation. Visiting members of Alcala Caravan, No. 16. of Baltimore, Joined last night In the "pilgrimage to Mecca," at Rauscher"s. Tho degree teams of the 'Washington and Baltimore orders follow: Alcantara Caravan William J. McGee. Leo A. Rover. Thomas E. Petty, Charles J. Bogan, Thomas L. Costigan, Redmond DeVaney. George H. Ogle. Harry E. Brooks, Thomas E. Nolan, F. D. Mc Aullffe. Thomas J. Trodden, sr.. Dr. W. P. Malone. and George R. Repettl: Alcala Caravan Dr. "William A. Ken nedy, C. Gerard Aiken. Francis J. SI. Kernan, and Jamea A. P. Bortcll. The names of the initiates are- Alcala Caravan. No. 16. of Baltimore Edward J. Banett, Ambrose Bauer. Charles C. Boring, James R. Crook, Frank J. Ellwcod. James M. Oi'.liece, James H. Kane. Walter E. Kenr.edj. Paul A. Kennj, Bernard II McGinn, Harry F. Mulherin. Harry A. Murphy, and Charles H. Reaver. Alcantara Caravan. No. 12, Washing tonCharles E. Edwards, S. A. Gas kins, John J. Keenan, J. Blake Miller, John J. Crowe. David M. Gattl. Charles W. Darr. Frank L. HewetU Maurice J. McAulIffe. Benjamin P. Johnson. Rich ard F- Tobln. "Walter I. Plant, Mllburn J. Donohuc. George F. Zurhorst. John II. Colpoys. George M. Fagan. Hcr.rv J. Zilleox. Fred V. Murphy, S. When How ard, Edward Charles Gramm. and C. r. L. Moran. Drs. W. A Kennedy and Edward P. McDevItt, Baltimore nobles, were honor ary pruesU of the evening. James E. Colliflower was captain of the guard that escorted the candidates across the 'desert." Find 15 Gold Sovereigns In the Stomach of a Thief LONDON. Mai- 7.-X'-rav nVintntn-nnVia disclosed fifteen sold sovereigns In the ' ngmavn 01 a suspected woman tl lef at Glasgow. They were later recovered. New Sewer System Plans Please Citizens ResoluUons of thanks will be for warded the Commissioners from the Langdon-Woodridgo Citizens' Associa tion for word received that a new fewer system will be installed. After a vigor ous campaign the members of the as sociation feel gratified at the result. Annual recommendations for Im provements for grading and macadamiz ing were adopted at last night's meet ing. President Rothrock presided at the session. t-.jii r 1 1.1. 1 ..nn..W ,lw gospel of "prevention makes euro un- necessary" are present It the tenth 'annual meeting of the National Asso ciation fcr the Study and Prevention tf Tuberculosis today In the New II lnrd. Leaders in the anti-tuberculosis campaign from all parts of the United States and Canada are participating. The convention will continue until tomorrow night. The second annual meeting of the National Conference of Tuberculosis Secretaries and the ninth spring meeting "f the American Sanl torium Association axe being held in conjunction with the national asso ciation sessions. While papers by tuberculosis fighters are demanding most of the attention of the delegates, the business uf fairs of the association also are being con sidered. The Chicago delegation is particularly active In advocating the selection of Dr. Theodore B. Sachs, for president, and efforts are being made j to land the 1914 convention for the Il linois city. The board of directors will meet to morrow at noon to select twelve direc tors, and following this the full dlrcc torate will elect the officers. Invitations from Chicago, San Franciaco. and Seat tle for the 19H convention will then be presented. One hundred million dollars was spent In this country last year in stamping out the white- plague, declared Dr. Charles J. Hatfield, of Philadelphia, In reporting for the executive office of the national association. From 150 agencies engaged in anti-tuberculosis work ten years ago. the active organizations for the cure and prevention of the disease have Increased to 2,500, including 550 hospitals. 410 dispensaries, and 150 open- ilr schools and fresh-air classes. Dr. Hatfield reported also that tt.OW'OO Red Cross Christmas seals were sold last year. This la an increase of 10 per cent over 1312. "All lines of tuberculosis activity lead more or less directly to the great truth that most of the implantations of the disease occur in childhood." was the declaration of Dr. William Charles White, of Pittsburgh, who argued that all movements for the betterment of children should center in anti-tuberculosis organizations. School children who are taught in fresh-air class rooms advance more rap idly in their studies and make greater improvement In weight and strength than children In closed class rooms, ac cording to the experiments conducted bv Frank H Mann, of New York. The general meeting cf the convention was opened with the annual address of the president. Dr. John H. Lcwman. of Cleve'and. He argued against too great individualism and advocated the treat ment of tuberculosis victims in institu tions. The clinical section, under Dr. Louis V. Hamman. of Baltimore as chairman, the patholofi"l section, with Dr. Paul A. Lewis, of Philadelphia presiding, and the sociological section In charge of Dr. R. H. Bishop. Jr.. of Cleveland arc In session this afternoon. Tonight's session will be a general meeting at which medical examinations of emploves w.ll bo discussed. The convention will close tomorrow at the conclusion of the afternoon program. Tho opening session of the convention todav was preceded by a brief meeting or tho National Conference of Tuber culosis Secretaries. Seymour H. Stone of Boston, and Ernest D. Easton of Newark. N. J., gave reports on anti tuberculosis exhibits and literature. The second nession of the srr"tnue wil ie an Informal dinner tomorrow at C o'clock at the New Ebbitt, SUFFRAGE DEFEATED IN HOUSEOF LORDS Opponents Declare Conditions in United States Not Similar to England's. Friday's Bar gain Offering MeshVeilings 10c Yard VALUE C3c a yd. Theso Mesh Veilings are In black only with dots or fancy de signs. Main Floor Veilings. Store Hours: Now 9:00 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. Oldest Department Store in Washington Friday .Bargain Offering BUTTONS Trimming .But tons. U 1 1 1 e rent kinds: values up to 19c a dozen. Friday's Bargain oaie price, a dozen ' Ocean P a r 1 Buttons, assorted ilxog. Special. Friday, a Cn card 0s Main Floor Bar gain Tables. 5c MISS ANNA JARVIS, Philadelphia woman, who originated "Mothers' Day," and secured national recognition for it. MRS .U I SPEAKER AT GUILD Miss Mabel T. Boardman Also on Program at National Convention. LONDON, May 7. The woman's suf frago bill was rejected last night by the house of lords by a vote of 1M to 60. Speeches in favor of tho bill were made by Baron Courtney, of Penwlth. the Earl of Lytton. and Baron Wll loughby de Broke, whllo Baron Wear-, dale, the Marquis of Crowe, and Vis count St. Aldwyn spoke against It. Viscount St Aldwyn said the argu ments for the extension of tho parlia mentary suffrage to women, which were based on the results obtained in those States of the United States where it had been' tried, did not apply in the United Kingdom, because in those States men were In the majority, while In the Brit ish Isles they were in the minority. Consequently, ho argued, the granting of the parliamentary vote to women In the British Isles would mean the hand ing over the destinies of tho country and of the empire to a female elec torate, which, he said, was a perilous step to take. Among those who voted for the bill were Viscount Money, of Blackburn: the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the Bishops of London, Hereford, Bangor, and St. Asaph. Those who voted against the bill in' eluded the Marauls of Lansdowne. Vis count Esher, the Marquis Salisbury, the Earl of Halsbury, and the Duke of Northumberland. i " Ixf ' i " " " " " I I I 1 1 1 I 1 1 rr 1 1 I " aBatxlTE " 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j 1 1 II 1 1 1' Tf ! "MMBn lill IlI-LLIlI I J 1 1 1 1 ft MMMninniiniiiiitttfi" "TIZ" F DR ACHING Addresses by Mrs. Truman II. New berry, of Detroit, national president of the Needlework Guild of America, and Miss Mabel T. Boardman, president of the American Red Cross, featured the annual meeting of the oranch presidents of the Needlework Guild at the Raleigh today. Reports were read by Mrs. Oliver S. Keely, of Philadelphia, national re cording secretary. Miss Rosamond K. Bender, national corresponding secre tary. Mrs. D. Edwin Irvlnr. national treasurer, and the v arlous brunch presidents More than ljo members were In at tendance, and after luncheon icports were continued. A reception will be holri this nfternnnn a. vr. r1alr.V. ... the members of the District of Columbia ' -needlework Guild. The officers of the guild are. Mrs. llcnrv Arnold Peckham, president ; Miss Mabel I. Uoardman, Mre. Os"ar V.. Un derwood, Miss Anna B. Abbott, and Mrs. Acheson F. Hassan, vice presidents: Mi. George T. Dunlop. treasurer, and Mrs. Richard B. Watrous, secretary. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson has for years been an active member of the guild, and Is now honorary president of the Dis trict branch. f Raymond Geis'er, eight, of STA ,Ala- j bama avenue southeast, rldinc a' bi- I cycle at Alabama avenue and Fifth j street youtheat last night, was knock- j ed from the wheel In a collision with j an automobllp and bruised about the J head and body He was taken to I Casualtv Hospital. I R E. TIRED FEET "TIZ" for chafed, puffed-up, sweaty, calloused feet and corns. A Bargain "Every Hour on the Hour" In OUR GARMENT SECTION FRIDAY And Prices Are Sensationally Low ! v...r fAAt.f.M Viit fa.t ffrol tlrr1 puffed up, chafed, aching, sweaty and iiiey neea nz fTTV molraB fnnt T.mft rlf flhl V frh and sore-proof. "TIZ" takes the pain pr.u nurn ngm out oi corns, tauuuaca ilia UUIII'"!!'. 1 W ..- fcMC ftiuui foot-gladdener the world ha ever known. Get a 15-cent box of "TIZ" at any drug sf' and end foot torture for a whole year Never have tired, aching, sweaty, smelly feet; your shoes will nt fine and you'll only wish you had tried "TIZ" sooner. Acept no substitute. Advt Are Your Affairs Upside Down ? Send for Booklet- Yonr House In Order. James Lee Bost Washington, D. C. From 9 a. m. Friday to 5 p. m. we offer unusual buying oppor tunities in Outer Garments for women and children. Read ever item, and pick out the garments you want mst. Garments will only be sold between the hours stipulated at advertised prices: Women's Balmacasn Coats of Eng lish tweeds, mannish styles, with pockets and the swirl flaro at bot tom. Values 17.50 .to $10. Between 9 and 10 a, m. Friday, the price will be.. Women's Black Moire Coats, unlln id, ruffle around neck, turn-back :uffs; swirl flare around bottom of :oat. Between M a. m. and 11 a. m. Friday tho price will be only Women's White Wash Skirts of lln ene and corded PK, latest styles, reg ular and extra sizes. Regular $1.50 value. Between 11 a. m. and 12 noon Friday, the price will be only Women's White Dresses of corded crepe, prettily fashioned, and trimmed. low neck, three-quarter sleeves, all sizes, $5 value. Between 12 m. and 1 p. m. Friday the price will be only.... $4.44 $6.66 $1.00 $2.95 2nd floor Outergrment Section. Children's Gtaxham and Percale Dresses, round, or square neck styles, three-miartar lAncth lUav.. t.i. med with folds of plain colors. All and 2 p. m. Friday, the price .will ti nnlv Women's Sprlnc Suits attractive styles in materials such as serges, whipcords and gabardines, black, navy ..u tuiuu, uuri jucjteis. niceiy nnea tu. pcau ue cygne values Up to izo "'" ecu - y. ju. 10 o p. m. Friday the price wIU be onlv Children's Sprlns; Coats Ma black-and-white checks and different col ors; all new smart spring styles, but uul mi oiies in any one siyie. DUl ail sizes 6 to 14 in the lot. J5 values. neLWflpn 3 nnn Friday the price oniv Wabimi'i SnHnv latest Long Tunic Suits, trimmed la Roman-stripe cloth; also black-and-white checks, and whipcords, French sersres and emharrifrtpa in iii ttiA Ann ular colors; values up to $35. Be tween ana a p. m. Friday, the price will be only 45c Ltractive serges, ck, navy ly lined s up to $25. $8.75 Ma black Ifferent col ? styles, bat ItvT hit All n the lot. J5 values. :.V."l.?.$2.79 K Salts Including-the ts. trimmed la Iso black-and-Ipcords, French in aU the pop P to $35. Be- $13.95 a This Will Soon Banish All Objectionable Hairs (Modes of Today ) Beautv specialists have discovered a new and simple method for riddlim the skin of obnoxloui hair or fuzz ami in- i variably but one application i3 required to obtain the desired results. A paste Is ' made with powdered delatone and water and applied lor z minutes to ino nairy surface, then rubbed oft and the skin washed and dried. This treatment re moves every trace of hair and leaves the skin firm and smooth. Disappoint ment will be averted if you buy the delatone in an original package. Adv t 1 FINAL CLEARANCE SALE OF All Women's Cloth Suits Formerly Sold Up to $29.50 Your Choice of Any Suit in the House $11 ill I? "ROBE Save on Your Groceries Trade at Stores New Potatoes, Peck.. . 55c New Crop We Never Saw Any Better Potatoes. Mif itff Tomatoes, 2 Cans, 25c Choice Winter Wheat A & P Fancy PATENT FLOUR Houscnives who bako with this flour claim It makes the most de licious, llsht, wholesome breads, cakes, pies, and pastries. 7-Pound Sack, 21c. 2412-Pound Sack, 70c 12-Pound Sack, 35c Full Barrel, $5.50 FRESH EGGS EGGS P r o m !enrl Mil. and a. rurnis 22 C D O Z BROOKFIELD EGGS 25c Do2 Selected 'or Me n ii ! rlrnnllorux. In "M-alcd Cartuns Friday's Bargain Offering J J WASH WAISTS, Special4C Just for Friday wll we sell these pretty npw Wash Waists for 47c. Materials are lawns and voiles, mostly low-neck styles, some with round, others with sailor collars, long and three quarter length sleeves, lace and embroidery trimmed. With hot weather almost here, and the need of many thin waists imminent, this offering Friday should be quick ly taken advantage of. Main Floor Bargain Tables. 1.95 A & P BAKED BEANS II 1.4 WW No. 1 Can. DC No. 2 Can 8C I Can3 12C Delicious Creamery Butter, lb., 33c SALE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ALTERATIONS FRE These are remarkable suit values when you take into consideration the fact that most of them wcr built alonp, the lines of costly Parisian mod els. All the newest fabrics every shade. Coats in the new peasant styles, kimono sleeves, and lined with guaran teed peau de cygne. Skirts with dressy tunic effects, with ruffled and peg-top models in all shades and every size. 3F Ladies' Wearing Apparel ERTS," 93 N.W. Pure Lard, lb., 12c Sugar, lb., . . 4c A. & P. Jams, 2 Jars, 25c Shredded Wheat, Pkg. 12c Iona Codfish, lb., 10c A. & P. Codfish, lb., 12c Pint ftiiV. n;i UliVC lll, Can 33c White Beans, 2 lbs . . . 9c Peanut Butter, lb. . . .lie Iona Succotash, 3 cans. .25c A. & P. Codfish, Shreds, Pkg. 7c SLICED BEEF J Barley, Pound . . 4c Big Main Store, 607 7th St. N.W. H I Friday's Bargain Sale HOSIERY Women's Silk Ll.le Stockings, in black, white, and tan. rein forced at heel and toe; 25c regu larly. Friday only, a 1 Q pair .'.... Xt' Children's Silk I.UIe Stnckliifcn, in black, white, and tan; rein forced heel and toe. 25c regu larly. Friday only, a. Ckr Cotton Hosiery, for women and children. In black, white and tun. Special Friday 0f'er-"fp inft at. a pair J.UC Main Floor Hosiery Section. Friday's Bargain Offerings LININGS Linings, including Percales. Noarsllks. and Sateens, in a good range cf colors, dcsirablo lengths, and regular 25c and 3-Fc yd. values. Tomorrow 1 0fe only at, a yard X& '. I.lnlnics, including Striped and and Wain Venetian Lining, ilro caded and Striped Satin Linings, in lengths li to 3 yards, small lot and worth 50c to $1 a nr yd. Choice Friday a ard UO Main Floor Sth St. Rotunda Linings. A Bargain Offering Indeed Feathers are Becoming Popular jiKam, ana tomorrow you can ouy Cluster of Three in $ 12-in. Feathers for Regular Value, 94.00. Every fashion authority tells of the coming popularity of feathers as trimming for hats, and tomorrow wo offer cluster of three beautifully curled 12-In. feathers at the very low price of 31.95. Choice of pink, light blue, mais, purple and black or white. Tou will be delighted with these we know! vain Floor Bargain Tables. Friday's Bargain Offerings JEWELRY Long Coat Chains, of black wocden beads that are so popu lar Just now; 50c value, 9Qf Friday only, at OVi, Tan co Heads, graduated size; ilso same style in purple, ma hogany, and different color omblnutions: 50c value. or Special, tomorrow only, at. OOC 15c Hat Tins, with Cloisonne top. Friday only. 1ftr Main "Floor Jewelry Section. LUNG ALOW APRONS, 39c With Cap to Match An r iron every woman who works round the house should own. as. It completely protects the dress. These l iingalow Aprons are made of plain color percale, with cap to match, and offered special tomorrow OQ Third Flooi Bargain Tables. Friday's Bargain Offerings GIRDLES Roman Stripe Silk Girdles, In beautiful color combinations, that sell regularly at Jl. Friday rjnn only, at , Moire Girdles, with butterfly bow. In blue, purple, and green; $1 value. Special. Friday, at f. Main Floor Leather Goods. 69c Friday's Bargain Offering Women's sbSSf Umbrellas For $1.59 SSaV3 Right at the start we wish to say that these Rain or Silk Um brellas are PERFECT IN EVERY DETAIL. Covers of Union Taffeta in colors of blue, green and red, narrow or wide twill tape edge, paragon frame, and finished with long mission or ebonized sticks. Plain or carved. These umbrellas are 25-ln. size, and ideal for summer use. as they afford protection both from tho sun or rain. Main Floor Umbrella Section. sN.S's Friday's Bargain Offerings Laces and Embroideries Shadow Allover Lace. for mak ing waists, yokes, and gutmnes; white only,- IS-ln. wide. Iftp Regularly 25c vd. for J.UC Laces and EmbroMerie. many different kinds, short lengths; to be closed out Friday at HALF 1'IUCE. Main Floor Laces and Embroideries. Friday's Bargain Offerings INFANTS' APPAREL Tots Colored Drcssex. made of neat nured per cale pla.n color chambray and figured lawns, long nalstt-d style, with kimono sleeves, sizes 2 to ti years ;oc values Choice tomorrow on Main Oflp Floor Hnrirntn Talilri ut t)U Children's Cambric I'rlneesi MlpH, trimmed with Jnco and tuck& sizes 2 to S years, 50c value, OQ Choice tomorrow AitC Children's White l'ettlcoats with tucked ruffles, sizes 2 to 14 j ears. 25c value. Cholco to- "jQp morrow at XU Infants' Lisle Hoxe in white, pink. blue, and tan sizes 4. 4s. and 5. Special Friday, a Kn pair -101' 3rd floor Infants' Apparol Friday's Bargain Offerings MEN'S WEAR Read men, and heed the savings these items tell of. Silk Lisle Half Hose, black onl . double heel, toe. and sole, full fashioned. 75c value. Fri- -1 Q day only, a pair '. J.SC Athletic Meetelexs Coat Undershirts, all sizes, made of fine quality striped madras. 59c - Qn value. Friday only J.t7C Check Muslin Pajamas, sizes A and D only. rTjr regularly Jl suit. Friday only, at lOL Mull and Cotton Night Robes, regularly SI. HQn Special Friday only at I 7L Direct Street Entrance to Men's Wear Section. ALEXANDRIA STORE, 525 KING STREET. ) Krldny's tlursaln Ottering ART NEEDLEWORK stamped Uonrd Brassieres of good quality cotton, dainty de signs In French and cy let cfects. '9c value. J:pc- 0 ci.il. Fridav U, Xnr Mamnrd Mnilr Vprous of rross-bar or plain lawn, trimmed wit i l.iri- -"c value. ( h'ii-( Fml onlv r.-irnni- torted I'lllims. .'.'in jlze filled with silk floss fuil ii,o. hOf value Friday OQp op.l. ut OUX, Main Floor Art Section. 12'c Friday's Bargain Offering Draperies, 12c Yd. Values Up to 39c Yard AH the short ends of draperies marked for a quick clean-up to morrow Cholco of Curtain Lace. Net S'Tlni. Rurlap. Cretoi-ne. Geneva Cloth. Denim. Art Ticking, in lengths up to 6 yds., all tho now designs and colors for Friday, cholco at 12c yd. FrldnyS Bargain Offerings NECKWEAR Ituffllncn of net or shadow lace, in white and ecru: widths 1 to l Inches, values 19c yard. An Special tomorrow, a vard. -l.fr v Necfcfl.xlnirs, thnt have 'become mussed from handling, and em bracing fine Laco Dutch Collars, round and square shpe. and the new Organdy Collars In dif ferent Wnds. Regularly 23c. For tomorrow only. - Q at JLIC Main Floor Bargain Tables.