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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1914.
5 ' HUSBAND HONORS KAISER PRINCESS ELIZABE TH OF OLDENBURG, Whose husband, a cousin of the Kaisei, has recently decorated the Getman Emperor with the Frederick Augustus Cross. Feared Treachery Sank the Bulwark Naval Inquiry Opens as Spy and Submarine Theories Are Bruited Throughout London Spontane ous Combustion Explanation Finds Little Support. LONDON, Nov. 27. Secret inquiry was started to day into the blowing up of the battleship Bulwark off heerness yesterday when 800 officers and men were lost. Naval experts are totally unable to explain the de ' ruction of the Bulwark upon the theory that the explo sion was accidental, unless it was caused by deteriorated mmunilion. That such could be the case, however, is "iisidered most unlikely because of the frequent tests . uie aboard the ship and the fact that the Bulwark maga nes w ere protected by all latest devices. The spy and the submarine terrors ran rampant in ' nndon today. The contention of the admiralty that the explosion was certainly internal has by no means satisfied he public. Some of the papers criticise the authorities for he lack of vigilance about government docks. As all Lon- n has been wild upon the subject of spies for months, it inted that German agents would have little trouble rjtinv: in some of the ship yards. It is believed that the destruction of the Bulwark may down in history as great a mstery as the blowing up 4 the United States battleship Maine in Havana harbor. TORPEDO THEORY ADVANCED. ' tlio -tiftR, 111 tli1' IoIjIjK"" t't t lie 1 " if c.intnoiih and in tin !iinir;ilt r t- tJ-i Ji strut tlon of the ltiilwatk th1 t!- topic ol UtscusMo'i l)r ' 'I .Mrt.on" ot th .iilmiiultv " r iln h tf Iil1ivJ the warship lit .. r ' i i-!it to the bottom i,y a tor vit Ih mi hd 1 u Oeiman subiti irno, , )i niaguzln ' xplotlcd bj a spy or i ai II i' spontaneous lomnustion could I auhod '.he terrible dmnster is bo- j i i i ssil Whether titer i. ' in 'ft ot w hat was once a battle- i I if i Y orih displacement to per- " s.itiMu to- smcF.lig.Mion as i ih of the oxplos on is eon- r ! no.lhtltil I bulwark i-ank within three i minutes Some repot Ik declare her rll is uplit In three Party. Her tun- 'iels and masth arc said ,to be com ltely blown a-vay. Wreckage was found six miles from the scene or the ii'osinn short l alter the Bulwark was sunk report whs eiieulated that two nib-'netm-d Cerinan .-ubtnaiines bad been Minted in the Sheemess harbor. The repmt .ante Ironi Shcerness, but the admir-iltv Iris stuck to its claim or an ic l(lnt-il explosion. The loss-s on the Bulwark yesterday hrlnp. the number of officers and men Iofi to thf British navy since the open ing of the v.ai up to h.H- The naval Jniuirv into the loss or t! - Buluuik opened at .Shoerness to ta while an lniuest was started at It it h a in T Russian Moslems Are Loyal to Their Czar! ! ' oNIjON Nov. 27 The Morning c 'respondent at petrograd .? On iK-l 1-islatn of the PauasuH ui it th following expression of oi as the head of Kus-sian M nu ll iatc I tif I'otte holds no canonical tight d 'an a holv war Its ordets are not binding on in- We aie not own bound to k'iw who happens to if Slu-lk-ri-lslam at Cons anii inple tn v. hat instructions he issues t Hk Talk. Ah legards a drclara Mon of a holy war, it would. 51 nae i der the p-esent ci if lim ine be a direct iolatlon of the ' of the Koran lelntlng to holy 'h. beginning Thohe who hav. fjuarrt'l with tin on the ground faith ' and ending "whose activity j wholl directed agalnbt oui faith 'XJUis text plainly shows that a dilatation against Russia Is the exact opposite of what the Koran prescribes. War Will Be Ended by " Famine, Says Dr. Jordan A 1. HA NY. N No 27 Famine will end tl . European war and the feeding of btarving millions will take preceJence over te-arrangement of political lines, aconiing to David Stair Jordan, peace advocate, today Starved people will demand peace.'" .mid Ur Joidan "Hunger will stalk evirvv.here through battle-w recKed 1-iihIh Mad appetite will scream aloud f.r satihfauion That which did not be gin the strife will halt the strife. The voice of tin people' will stop the con flict One eai wi'I bring signs indica tive of these things." I Jr. Joidan declared) that tbjolute banKruptcj will face every one of the wairlng nations excepting Great Britain. ?" V-S '-iiB (k 4 ''' " .'if -t WS&mT&fisk&i &s8i '' ';;-'-: ' OT ' IHHI jto i' ? - , ' .-. , ' :.vV;--iH IIKIlIJLv. ''"''''Ik. & -"':''-"'"--'s'tC X X,'5 - - - sf 'O . I V0 Nv --.'''f ,,- - --y T 1 Women's $1.50 French Pique Kid Gloves Tomorrow t 4 4 Q The difficulty of securing supplies from abroad presupposes the raising of price, but in this sale we ofrer you declde.l sav ings on the most wanted qualities. Women's French Pique Kid Gloves, made of selected lambskin, soft and pli ablefull of wear and style. The correct pique sewn kind, in white, black, and tans, with heavy embroidered backs All sizes in tomorrow's remarkable faalc at $1.19 pair. Saturday's Luncheon Turkey Cro quettes, Potato Salad, Bread and Butter, and Cup of Coffee for 20c IT PAYS TO DEAL AT GOLDEN BERG'S' oiaefttperffs SEVENTH AND K THE DEPENDABLE STORE it "Both Sides of 7th St." Close Saturday 6 P. IV!. Saturday Opening Hour, 8:45 As Usual "Both Sides of 7th St." Six Cakes Laundry Soap 19c THIS COUPON and 13c for Six" regu lar 5c cakes of Laundry Soap, Cin cinnati. U. S. "Mail, Pearl. Soda Cry3tal, Lnnox. (T.) NEW BOOKS $1.35 and $1.50 Copyrijht Fiction 50c Copy Beautifully bound Books for gifts titles in gold and colors, printed in large clear type. Over 150 titles to select from. Fol lowing are a few: . Melting of Mollle, by Marie Thompson Daviess Littlest Rebel, by Edward Peple Blindness of Virtue, by Cosmo Hamilton Their Yesterday, by Harold Bell "Wright Feather Moon, by C. N. and A. M, Williamson. HIGH-CLASS NEW TRIMMED HATS At Prices That Break All Records of Sensational Value-Giving! This timely offering of handsome ne-w Trimmed Hats embraces over a thousand new Trimmed Hats the showroom samples and model hats from a prominent New York designer, which we obtained at such advantageous figures we can offer the entire lot at HALF PRICE AND LESS! In smartness and high quality they are beyond the utmost of any values ever offered before. Come early and select several hats, for there is certain to be a great demand for such wonderful bargains. $6.00 and $7.00 Values for . . . . $2 95 $8 and $10.00 Values for . . . $5 .00 All the most fashionable styles are represented in every favored color and effect. There are hats of fine quality Silk Velvets, beautifully trimmed with fine furs, flowers, handsome ostrich plumes, etc. Colors are black brown, American beauty, champagne, white, the new sand shade, tan, purple plum, French blue, etc., in every correct shape from small to large. 1 Doll's House Dining Room Set With This Coupon 7c This Dining Room Set is just the thing for every little chlld'B doll house. Consists of dining table and four chairs to match; made of metal, nicely gold fin ished. On sale tomorrow, for 7c, with this Coupon. (T.) Men's Slippers $1 to $2 pair You may be sure that some one In the family or among your men friends would be delighted to receive such a practical and sensible gift. These special values for early buyers. Men's House Slippers, In AQg Everett cut; sizes 6 to 11, at... 'iOU Men's House Slippers, In Opera and Everett cut; choice of tan and -Mack leathers. SIzob G to 11, Q1 q fl0 Men's Tan and Black Romeos sizes 6 to 11. ei K( anA CO tyx.tlvf ' tP4 Shoe Dept., 1st floor. at :fll Jilll Boa Stirring News for Saturday of a Special Sale of MEN'S SUITS & O'COATS Values Meant to Retail at $1 5, $1 8, and $20 for . . $10 On two successive Saturdays we've h Washington and made a new high-water we offer values in Men's Suits and Ove extraordinary bargain-giving a sale emb and most approved styles, at a price so who practices economy in his clothes bu derful savings. Over 600 high-class hand-tailored su overproduction of makers who rank high' men. All the best styles and most desi in such a wide range every taste can be p THE SUITS include fine Imported and Domestic Worsteds, Handsome Ca&slmere-i, High-grade Twce.ls in smart green and nut brown. Tartan plaids. Plain and Self .strlped Grays, Silk Mixtures. Fancy and Xeat Stripes in Blues and Biawns, alo Plain and Fancy Serges.. Styled in conservative and Ijnglisn models. Sizeb in the lot from 33 to 48. eld clothing sales that were the talk of mark for the season. Again tomorrow rcoats that eclipse all previous record for racing hundreds of the season's newest far below customary cost that every man ying should be on hand to share the won- its and overcoats in the sale the entire among the producers of good cloth;ng for rable fabrics are here for your choosing, leased. THE OVERCOATS-are shown in a fine selection of styles for men and young men. Fashioned of all the smart fabrics, including Fancy Plaids, Plain Oxford Gravs Blue Chinchillas, Brotvn and Neat Fancy Mixtures; in conservative, full box hack, form fitting and Balmacaan models. Slices 32 to 42. Extra well tailored and trimmed. Another Remarkable Sale of Misses' and Juniors' Coats At V2 Price and Less The smartness of the styles, the high quality materials, the extraor dinary values make this one of the banner events of the season. An advantageous purchase of a maker's samples and overstock of girls', misses' and junior Coats brings astounding values just when such garments are most needed oy the younger set. Regular $7.98 L QQ at ftwwr ill it I i uwi fj tf-m v wi it v rCfe.iAT i51 I I It i-" M - mm ffu mm M y Wh 41rw ! to 1-1 jcnri. Regular $10 and $r.Q0 at 5 (.Ires i:: to 1H cnr.. Ml the smart. t and mo.-l heeonuns ifffts of the m auri are .shown in thit uden lid collection of garnienth, incliidiiin All-wool Cheviots Fancy Zibelines Novelty Checks Fashionable Plaids High-class Astrakhans Plain and Strpied Chevrons Fancy Mixtures Novelty Coatings In thr on eft Cape elJ it-, as- well as Spoil and jauiil college Mln- c lion i of over 5 different deslKiis. ir hurts ol colors and combination' m v ry hie fiom C to 14 eais fur Kirls and iiiWm's and 13 to la years for Juniors. Scond Floor. .lunioi I)eit. Women's $3 and $3.50 Shoes With Fashionable T A c? Cloth Tops J6.D A special Saturday sale that provides the most unusual economies in the footwear for which fashion has shown marked favor this season. Newest styles of Pf"V Colt, Gun Metal, and Vici Kid leathers, with gray, fawn, and black cloth toppings, also leather tops. Button, lace, and blucher styles, with spool and Cuban heels. All sizes, from 2' to 8. Extra values at $2.45 pair. Shoe Dept. First Floor. Women's Pure Silk Hosiery Regular $1.00, and $1.25 Values at 69c Another of those remarkable hosiery sales for which this store is noted offering values without an equal elsewhere. Women's Full Fashioned Pure Silk Stockings, with double sole, high spliced heel and toe, and silk or lisle garter top. The quality that will give long service and utmost satisfaction. In black and all the favorite shades. Tomorrow at 69c pair instead of $1.00 and $1.25. if An Extraordinary Purchase of Boys' Winter O'Coats and Suits Our boys' clothing buyer made a special trip to the New York market and carried off some rich prizes in the way of boys' winter overcoats and suits, obtained from several manufacturers of boys' clothing who were greatly overstocked as the result of unsea sonable weather. These special purchases will be placed on sale tomorrow at prices that represent savings of a third to a half. No bigger or better values have been offered in Washington this season. Boys' $4.00 and $5.00 Suits and 0'Coats Kii s" Milts of Pane Wool .Mixed ('.-.suiicn .s, in Norfolk and Balkiin Ml with I'Wii 1'MRri OK ".'IS .Wat lani uutuios of blown, bin' and rn S 7 y u to IT '-ari- Hoth pans ol p.inH full out and .stron'H s( ii altis up to $1 ) Mojs (Atiiouts, nl 1 .uity Wool i 'as linens, in lull ld'Kth licliod bark st. 1 with oii rlihlc and shawl rollui.s Mad- with plaid and II.iiiik I inn r-lmlni;s lairj; ahsoit !) nt of Irown -mil f,rra mixtui -.Sii'.s Jf. to 17 jj'.ir. ItiMilar 5" "C IlllK'S. $2 .85 Boys'$6.50,$7and$8 Suits and 0'Coats Hojh' Two Pants Suits of ytrictlv all wool f.ibrics. in havj wfnti'i weight .it scTMi.'ablf patterns for s. Iiool and dress var. Norfolk, HalKan and Km;lish inodols-. with I .it h pin k ts Loth piji of pant.s full tin d .i-d t ipnl l.ari,' .s'lrction "t i olmiins sizth i. ti utr- .Imt'lillc t ii-oats foi littli fellows fiom V? to 10 ars of a'i , made of (!ri and Hlu. Chiiu'lnllas. with ltd tlaunel nitii i -I nin. I're.s Ch v lot i and haiidsonn Smtih .Iituii-. New. 'st mndN. lniludiiiK liutton-to-th'-n(k stjle. with Kited l,a k .shawl .Hid ronvettihle collar, also ;,mait Halniacaan $4 .85 ;vialt Oar Furniture OeparUncBt, Avroaa the Mrcel.J Little Girls Coats Regular $6.00 Values at $3.98 A remarkable purchase of two hundred fine quality Winter Coats for little folks a maker's overplus. Materials consist of Wool Chinchil las, Zebelines, Corduroys, Velvc's, and Fancy Mixtures, maJe in the newest models; some, lined with warm flannel, others with good qual ity sateen. Drop belts or belted back styles, with and without pockets. Finished with fancy buttons, and embellished with trimmings of vel vet, plush, or satin. Sizes 2 to 6 years. vi Our Kuril tmVrV-i.V Men's$1 and$1 .50Shirts A Sale that Surpasses in Value-Giving tQr Any Offering Made This Season . 3C We bought sev eral hundred dozen men's fine 'shirts from a well-known maker at a price that enables us to offer real $1.00 and $1.50 values for 5 9 c. Far-sighted shirt buyers will be here tomorrow to buy them by the half dozen for their winter needs, and many will buy them for Christmas presents. Whether intended for personal wear or for gifts they are splen did shirts and wonderful values for the money. Made of mott Mercerised fthirtlafj fabric, with Freaca tara over.cnffas pleated aad'alalm koaai Shirts, With laaadered cuffs, la a wide range of the newest fall deaisjaa aad offer ings. Variety large eaoagh to please every taste. t All sizes from 14 to IT. Every shirt made In a miuiner that insures long wear and perfect fit. Such exceptional values will apt reaafn hers Ion? better make up your mind to come tomorrow and secure as many as you need at 63c each. , - . - g m 25c Neckwear, 12'2c Women's New Fall Neckwear, in c 1 u dins collar and cuff sets, of organdy, venice lace, Dutch collars and stocks, silk bows, guimpes, tango ties and vestces. 25c Veiling, 10c. Hexagon, Dotted and Fancy Mesh Veilinss, b'ack and colors. 35c Val Laces, 19c. 12-yard pieces of Val enciennes Laces, edg ings, and insertions; French and German meshes. Various widths and patterns. 19c Ribbon, 11 c. Moire and plain Taf feta Ribbons, 5 inches wide; In red, blue, pink, and other colors. $2 Ostrich Plumes, 98c Beautiful Shaded Os trich Plumes, good color combinations ; large, full heads. $2 and $3 Velvet Hats, 48c. "Women's Untrimmed Black and Colored Vel vet or FluBh Hats; large and small shapes (Millinery Dept.) $4 UntrinAned Hats, 98c Lot of fine quality tTntrimmed Hats, va rious shapes. (Milli nery Dept.) $1.00 Fancy Feathers, 15c. Lot of fancy Feath ers, all color combina tions: also black and white. 10c Toilet Soap, 5c. Munyon'a Witch Ha zel Toilet Soap, regu lar 10c cakes. 15c Toilet Soap, lie. Genuine till White Roso Gljcerino Soap, regular loc cakes. 2oc Danderine, 15c. Regular :5c, bottles of Danderine, for the hair. Cold Cream, 6c. Ponds Utr.ut Van ishing Ctcum. or Oold Oreurn, in tubii.. 3c Soap, 3c. Kku1ui "o .ikes of L.itilmoj t-oup. 79c Extracts, 29c. I'l i : V lnious l' tr i t Ul ,i ii t l I c Chios .s, half oun e I'ot tUs. 3.1c Bay Hum. 22c. Paik "and Tillonl s Wist huh i l:i Ruin, hit-', lmttl - 23c Tooth Powder, 12c. Regular Tm sist Saul tol Tooth Row del. 5c liastinjr Cotton, 2 for 6c. King's ;o-i-aid spools ot Ranting Ootton. Ic Needles, 3 for 5c. C owlej s Hlue Label Kngllih Xeedks, 'all sizes. 10c Skirt Braid, 5c. Regular 10c rolls of Skirt Braid, live yards In roll; black only. 10c Hooks and Eyes, 5c. Genuine Dc Long Hooks and Eves, black oi white; all sizes. 10c Machine Oil, 6c. Three-in-One Machine Oil. regularly 10c bottle. (Notion Dept ) x 10c Initials, 5c. Turkey Red Woven InitlalB, any tw0 letter combination, q u a r ter gross in package Women's Handker chiefs, 6 for 25c. Women's Initial H.md 1; i"hl fsi, half dozen m hov; neatl hemstitch ed: dainty ombroidried initial. $1.00 and $1.25 Umbrellas, 79c. Men's and Women's Umbrellas, 26 and 28 inch sizes; fine quality American taffeta, with wide taped edges; well made, close rolling frame; good assortment of stylish handles. 59c Storm Serge, 37c. S-inch All Wool Storm Serge, close woven hard twisted quality; In black, navy blue, brown, garnet, copenbagen, myrtle, etc. $1.25 Nub Suitings, 49c 54-inch Nub Suitings, the correct eight suits and skirts; in rch jot black only. $1.25 Chiffon Taffetas, 75c. J6-lnch Chiffon Taf feta Silk, a good as sortment of wanted shades, 1 n c lu d 1 n s black. Sort finish, guaranteed to wear. $1.50 Charraeuse, 89c 40-inch Imported Sat in Charmeuse, extra heavy weight; In a large assortment of street and evening shades, also black. Men's $2 Trousers, $1. 100 pairs of Men's Good Quality Trousers, neat mixtures, stripes, blues and blacks; sizes 30 to 40 waist measure. 25c Pillow Tops, 10c. All Linen Stamped Pillow Tops. with backs; natural color. 25c Art Goods, 15c Imitation Mexican Drawnwork Scarfs, Shams and Center pieces. 35c Table Damask, 19c i;o-lnch Mercerized Tabic Damask, assort ed patterns. 5c Wash Cloths, 3 for 10c. Sanitary- - Knitted Wash Cloths, all white, aln blue and ptnk border-". (Linen Dept). Ash Cans, 69c. lleay double Galvan ized Iron Ash Cans, stronslv rn.idc: side handles, full -size. 10c Ammo, 4c. Hi srulai l"i cans or m'iu. foi household Uie 50c Garbage Cans, 29c. H a v Galvanized lion i.ir&.ie Cans, with tight litting cov ers, fill 17-qmut si.e. 29c Water Pails, 19c It e v G tlVtinUed It on 0atfi Pulls, foin teen-quart .sizi. 75c Saucepans, 29c. s. unless L n.inir led Saucepans t went -pint size, with cover. Men's $1.23 Sweaters, 79c. Men's Y. K. Ac K. Coat Sweaters, plain blue and gray; all sues. Men's 15c Hose, 7c. .Men's Maco Cotton Hall Hose, made with double set in heel and toe: black-and colors. Men's 75c Night robes, 43c. Men's Domec flannel Nlghtrobes, tuil cut and heavy weight: all sizes. Children's 15c Hose, 10c. Children's Fast Black Cotton Hose, seamless root, double sole, heal and toe; tine ribbed; all sixes. Boys' 19c Hose, 122c. Itov s' heavy Cotton seamless foot, heel and toe: heavy ribbed: to Wr:- Faat Hose. douolo line or sizes 7 black. Women's $1 and $l25 Union Suits, 59c W o m e n 8 medium and light weight Cot ton Union Suits, high neck and long s'eeves, low neck, sleeveless, high neck and short sleeves; ankle and knee pants; bleached only; odd sizes. Children's 25c Under wear, 15c Children's Unbleacn ed Cotton Fleeced Un derwear, shirts wltn high neck, long sleeves, ankle pants; sizes IT) to 30. 10c, 15c, and 20c Envelopes, 5c Lot of rtne quality Linen Envelopes, in white and colors: plain, gilt edge and beveled borders: 25 in each package. 25c Writing Paper, 10c Steel die stamped Writing Paper, -l sheets paper and -4 envelopes to match. Washington, D. C. stamped in neat let ters. 59c Pocket Knives, 44c Sterling; Stiver Pock et Knives, two blades: good quality steel, with sterllnjr silver handles; beautiful embossed de signs. (Jewelry Dept). Women's 25c and 35c "Burson" Hose, 12tf c Women's "Baraon" Hose, seamless foot, doubje sot high splic ed hel ana too; ribbed or hemmed tops, fast black: light and medr um welfhta. Children's 215c Aprons, 18c Children's Gingham Aprons, assorted check ed effects; made with round collars, pocket and belt; sizes up to 6 vears. Infants' 29c Slips, 22c Infants' Long Xain sook Slips, with round yokes, embroidery inser tion and finished with ruffle- around neck and sleeves. Bungalow Aprons, 29c. Women's Bungalow Aprons, good quality ginghams; blue checks, round necks, kimono sleeves. pocket, and finished with piping ot blue. Boys' S4 and $4.50 Overcoats, $2.69. Bov's Juvenile Over coats, of fan"y cassi incie. kersey. and cheviot, neat dark pat terns, shawl collars and belt backs, sizes .'l5 to J years. Boys' 69c Pants. 35c. Boys' fancy Cnsslmrc Bloomer and Knicker bocker Pants, neat dark patterns, sizes 7 to 17 j ears. Boys' 29c Golf Caps, 15c. Boys' fur band ear warmer Golf Caps, light and dark patterns; sizes 6 to 16 years. 50c Pictures, 25c. Framed Pitcures. gilt and dark wood mould ings. Sizes 16x?0 and 14x17. Assorted sud jects. 50c Pillows, 29c Large size Bed Pil lows, covered with heavy art tickings, in blue, pink and green; filled with sanitary crushed feathers. $1.25 Blankets, 88c Double bed size Blan kets, soft fleece finish; In white, tan and gray, pretty borders. $1 Lace Curtains, 59c. N o 1 1 in g ham Lace Curtains. 2? yards long, W to 40 Inches wide; white and corn colors; plain and figured centers. lture Department, Across the Street. t. 9tll.WKK-