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aVvTV 7-7 fr THE WASHINGTON TIMES.' THTOISDAY: JANUARY 13, 1016. T -l 4 l CAPITAL TEACHERS r, WANT TO ORGAI E Poll Shows, However, That They Are Opposed to Any Kind ' . of Union. gWHe- visit otn I'LiiKiTi'nkt stork, across tub h'r"?'-KT.iwj.j.ttaa.j.HHe visit ovn FtllN)TtinK store, across the THKKT.i9-iQi4M-i-&Un.-ii-9im I A General Lowering of Prices, Throughout the Store, on All Remnants and! I Short Lots for Friday That Brings Exceptional Savings on Every Need, Washlnetnn Rphnnl 'Imm1i. .. M organization of some kind, though they are overwhelmingly oppotcrt to n labor uhlon. ' t i This was the result of a poll of move than 1."X teachers, Just cor.ipjctcd. dur ing whlr-h replica were iccilvcd from TOO. The tnek of Retting jpltilons fiom teachers was undertaken by n volunteer committee repreuent-ns nil fields of bcIiooI work. j The results wete nnnounccd at n ' xnceunc ot the committee at the James ormonu Wilson school yesterday after noon, and a general meeting of teachers v. .i c.H"C(i In February to dlsrims lurther plana for the organisation TELLS POLICE HOW HE KILLED FRIEND Man Held as Forger Describes Fight With Man From His Birthplace. 8T. PAUL, Minn., Jan. 13. "I killed Jbe Fink, of St. Paul, at Balesvllle. Mont., on December 23, and want to make a clean breast of the matter." Joe Reiser, formerly of St. Paul, was the speaker. He was In a coll In the county Jail, where ho had been placed following his arrest on a charge of forgery. el?00,! 2,cr his arrest he sent for Sheriff Krown, told him he never had been In Jail before, that his con science troubled him. and that lie wanted to clear up the Pink case. 'Fink, who camo from St. Paul," aid Reiser, "and I were 'baching if while looking for work, and had no trouhle until the night of the fight. "The weather was cold and during the night Fink accused mc of taking all the bed clothing. I replied that ho was a liar and the light began. "Fink shot at me, but missed, and I jumped for hrm. He seized an axe and hit me once, cutting one of mv arms. I took the axe from him and hit him on the head. He fell and I fled." i Reiser and Fink were reared In the same town In Hungary and came to this country together. Fink wns un married, while Reiser has a wife and two children. Grand Army Posts Install New Officers About vveryllilng jon Wnnt for Winter titiil Miring Sewing In 'I'M llcmiuint Sale of Flannels & Domestic Cottons A &Va r VA VaIues Worth m lL O 4C ,IUi and 15c a Yard. The tSBortment of styles Is so large and the values so tempting wo anticipate a record Friday's selling in the domestic department tomorrow. Just the materials needed for making boys' waists, chil dren's dresses, and women's house gnrments. :M-lnch Shirting Mndrns .Ui-lnrli I'ercule tliivkllng Fleece- ilunn Flannels.... .'W-lnch Drrxs (ilnuhnniH Ivldillc 'Klotli Dat ing Flannel. ...ijle-ichril nnil t'lllilcnchcd Clinton Flnmteln. ..Illcnrh cd nnil Unbleached Shaker Flniincl. etc. Desirable lengths and very useful values at liVic yard. STORE HOURS:. Open 8:45 A. M.; Close 5:30 P. M. U Pays to Dool BOTH SIDES OP SEVENTH AT K 3 JL at GoldenbergV iff ftifiWi rfm,mtfttm "The Dependable Store" H.I Ml Regular 25c Table Oilcloth, I2ic a Yard Remnant lot of B-qiinrter Tnblo Oilcloth j In,. Plain white, fancy and tiling, effects. U.iofjtil lehgths-nt K'4c yard. , First Floor Sth Street Side. Kit Carson Post. O. A. It., installed Us new office last night in O. A. P.. Hall. They are John McKlroy, post commander; Henry C Dun ran, senior vice commander; John T. Ryan, ju nior vice commander; . n. Rennett, quartermaster; H. F. Hayden. sur geon, K D. Godfrey, chaplain- W. T. Kelly, officer of the day; J. F. ColllnK. officer of the guard; John Joy Kdion, A. J. Gunning, and George 11. Slay baugh, trustees; John Mlddleton, pat riotic instructor, G. M. Husted, rep resentative on department iei)ef com mittee, and Robert Armour, repre sentative on department memorial committee. F. W. Archibald installed the new officers of Burnstde Post. No. 8. These officers are: Commander, H. B. Snyder; senior vice commander, Wal ter Hilton; Junior vice commander, A. W. Barber; adjutant. Chris Storm; quartermaster, George T. Carter; sur geon, Dr. James McKee; chaplain. K. B. Thompson; officer of the day. H. L. Dean; officer of the guard, E. R. Mc Gregor; Hergcant major, Darum weaver; quartermaster sergeant, C. K. Carter; patriotic instructor, R. V. Medkirk. Fought Like a Woman And Thus Reveals Self CINCINNATI.' Ohio, Jan. ll After having masqueraded as a man for the last twelve years, "Freddie" Frey, thirty, employed In a local restaurant, became involved in a fight with a man and the feminine tactics "ho" adopted in the scrap led to the discovery that "he" is a woman. Both were arrested and sent to the General Hospital, when the police be came suspicious of "Freddie's" actions. The police theory was borne out when Dr. G. W. Shawker. receiving physician, rushed out of the receiving ward, ex claiming " 'He' Is a woman!" 60 complete was the deception that even court officials failed to recognize her tex when she was the principal witness for the defense in a recent murder trial here. Odd Lots of Women's Suits, Coats, Dresses and Futs . At Slashing Reductions Saturday Racks are tc be quickly emptied of all Suits, Coats, and Dresses we have weeded out all the small lots and incomplete assortments and put prices on them that will send them out in a hurry. Every garment in this sale is of the newest and smartest fashion every material, style and color is represented. Note these extraordinary, values and be here early Friday to reap the benefit of our drastic price cutting. $9.90 $5.00 $1.68 . . $8.50 $12.50 $17.50 WOMEN'S FINEST SUITS, $iQrA Worth up to $50.00, at $ I iOU FRENCH LYNX SETS, do Qg Worth $6.00 and $7.00, at ZpO.ijD IMPORTED MINK SETS, tOR A A Worth $35.00 and $40.00, at ptDjj FRENCH SEAL COATS, Worth $69.50 and $75.00, at SILK AND CLOTH DRESSES, Worth $6.98 and $7.98, at. SILK AND CLOTH DRESSES, Worth $10.00 and $15.00, at SILK AND CLOTH DRESSES, Worth $18.00 and $20.00, at WOMEN'S CLOTH SUITS, Worth $22.50 and $25.00, at WOMEN'S CLOTH COATS, Worth $10.00 and $12.50, at WOMEN'S STYLISH SKIRTS, Worth $2.98 and $3.50, at ; . WOMEN'S CLOTH COATS, Worth $15.00 and $17.50, at WOMEN'S CLOTH SUITS, Worth $25.00 and $2.7.50, at WOMEN'S VELVET SUITS, Worth $35.00 and $40.00, at $49.50 $5.00 ...$7.95 A Remarkable Friday Clearing Sale of Striped Tub Silk Waists Worth up to $2.00 at 79c About 450 Striped Tub Silk Waists, left from recent sales and special purchases to be cleaned up tomorrow at this aston ishingly small price. High and low, neck effects, with long and three-quarter sleeves. Sizes from 34 to 42 in the lot. All the leading color combinations. There will be an early crowd here tomorrow to take ad vantage of this unusual value. Choice of values worth up to $2.00 for 79C -Waist Department. Sii Floor. Advertising Got Her "Right Kind of Husband" PARIS, III., 'Jan. 13.-.MI3S Anna Franklin, twenty years old and pretty, who lives with her sister-in-law in tat. Louis, was married here to Frank 1'orot, n farmer near Grand Rapids. Mien. Neither the bride nor bridegroom nad seen each other before. Porot met Miss Franklin here at I ho railway station, in response to nn atl-1 vertlsement for a "right kind of a j husband" Inserted In a newspaper by Miss Franklin. It was prearranged that , J'oroi stiouKi wear a sniMl white star in Ills coat lapel and Miss Franklin was to wear a white ribbon. Final Clearing Prices to Go Into Effect Immediately on All Winter Millinery At a time when lots of women are in need of a new hat or trimmings, comes this extraordinary bargain event. The deepest reductions of the entire season are now in force read this list of Friday offerings and be here early tomorrow to make sure of getting the hat you want. $5.00 $7.50 FREE TO ASTHMA SUFFERERS A New Home Cure That Anyone Can Use Without Discomfort or Loss of Time. We hav a New Method that turn Asthma, and we want you to try It at our expense. No matter whether your cae Is of limit .standing or recent development, wheiher It is preaent as occaalonal or .chronic Asthma. you ihould aend for a free trial or our method. No matter In what climate ou live, no matter what your ae or or cupatlon. if you are troubled with n hum. our method should relievo you promptly. We especially want to lend It to :',io apparently hopele cases, where all irm of Inhalers, douches, opium preparation!, fumes, "patent smoUes." etc.. have fall.-it. We want to show everyone at our own expense, that this new method Is designed lo end all difficult breathing, all wheeilnc, mid all those terrible paroxisms at once and fo. all time. This free offtr is too lmportap t to nelii a single day. Write now and then 1ihi the method at once, fiend no money. SlmnK mall coupon below. Do it Today. AUvt. FREE ASTHMi COUPON FnONTIEP. ASTHMA CO.. noom Tll-M Niagara and Hudson Sts.. Huffalo. N. V. Bend free trial pf your method to: 1 IS Fine Trimmed Hats that lonn erly sold at Jo.00 to J7.W. Re- fljrt A A duced for llnal clearance, to 5JUU 'U Fine Trimmed Hats, somo trim med with furs. Formerly sold up to lU'.OO. Reduced flq tje Lot of Black Velvet Hats, also a few Satin and Taffeta Hats. QQ Values worth un to J3.50 Vols Lot or IK Mourning Hats, sold reRtilarly at J3.W) $1.98 Lot of 11 Model Hats, worth $15.00 7 Fine Model Hats, worth .oo Lot of Woolen Caps and Tarn O'Shantnrs. In wlr.te, hrnwn and otner shades. Values worth AQn up to JUS. each 'OC '..ot of Larpe Ostrich Plumes, m rlnck, white and colors. Worth QOp White and Colored Wash Goods Regular 12c, 15c and "71 19c Values, at .'... 2C A remnant accumulation of several thousand yards of White and Colored Wash Goods, including the following desirable ma terials for waists and dresses: India Linon Cotton Crepe Shadow Lace Voile Rice Cloth .... Ratine . . . .Seed Voile .... French Voile .... Silk and Cotton Crepe de Chine. . . .Colored Rice Cloth. . ..Colored Ratine, etc. Wash Goods Dept., 1st Flqpr. $15.00 Brussels Rugs, $8.88 8.3x1 0.6-ft. Large Room-size Seamless Brussels Rugs, m floral and conventional designs. Only seven rugs in this lot. $27.50 and $30 Room Size Rugs, $16.45 Fourteen 9,I2-ft. Largest Room Size Seamless Axmin ster and Wilton Velvet Rugs; light and dark colorings; floral and Oriental designs. All strictly perfect. These rugs arc floor samples, and but one of each pattern. 35c and 40c Floor Oilcloth, 19c q yd. Heavyweight Floor Oilcloth. : liiarter and ',-iiuarter widths; lisht and dark colorings. Full rolls, so you ranv huy as many yards as vour needs require. Regular $3.00 Blankets&Comforts $1.79 Extra heavy-weight Comforts; large double-bed size; cov- I crcd with twilled sateens and silkolincs, filled with pure whita sheet cotton. The Blankets arc soft woolnap. in white or tan, with various color borders. RofnAliUp Dress Goods Remnants At Reductions of 1-2 and 2-3 i $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75 DRESS GOODS 67c Remnant lot of the most wanted and sought after Dress Goods, such as gabardine, poplin, satin serge, broadcloth, storm serge, fancy suitings, French serge, silk and wool poplin, fancy cheviots, etc. Widths from 44 to 54 inches. Good,- useful lengths. 3oC 50c, 75c antf $1.00 DRESS GOODS Remnants of Dress Goods, in this season's most favored styles, consisting of granite suitlngi, Scotch plaids, French serge, shepherd checks, storm serge, mohair, diagonals, wool crepe de chine, cloth suitings, etc. Widths from 28 to 54 inches. Here It Is, Men the Half-Yearly Disposal Small Lots of. Men's Suits and O'Coats Choice of $10.00 and $12.00 Values at. . . . gI !p& Twice a year we gather jill the odd lots and incomplete assortments of Men's Clothing and price them for quick selling a sale that attracts hundreds of wide-awake business men to our clothing department to buy suits and overcoats at the greatest savings over known. Several hundred garments are included well tailored, well wearing suits and overcoats, in a variety of materials and patterns to please every taste. It's your opportunity to buy better clothes than you ever purchased for such a small sum before. The Suits consist of Wool Cassi meres and Cheviots, in neat mix tures, stripes, dark browns, dark grays, blue , worsteds, also black thibet cloth, in English and con servative styles, with plain or patch pockets. Sizes for -men', 34 to 40, and young men, 16 to 20 years. The Overcoats .are made of excel lent quality materials, in fancy mix tures, grays', browns, and black. Choice of the season's most approved models, including Ealmaroons, Box back, Conservative and Convertible Collar Coats, 48 inches 'long. Sizes for men, 34 to 42, and young men, 17 to 21. 1L' Men's Overcoats, oiack and Oxford colors, of St. (JeorRC Kcr sev and unlinlshed materials; also fii'icy fabrics. Full lined nnd quar ter satin lined; sizes 'M to . allies worth J27.&0 to CI ft EA l" Men's Sllpon Raincoats, doublo texture cloth, plaid bncK; assorted colors. Values worth Jio.oo (jr rje , and SKMW DU.IJ Men's Separate Trousers. or worsteds and casslmeres; all rtara colors; sizes K to 40. Hcb ular 2.iM values $1.00 Men's Tuxedo Suits, ot hlarn thlbct cloth, vicuna llnlsh; sIlK Ktos Brain faced; Venetian cloth lined; sizes 37 to ;, Including stout. Regular 118.00 ar jj i Value o!Ou 5 Men's Coats, of fine hlack ker sey cloth, lined with genuine in u su ra t. with Persian Innib collar: sizes Zfi to it. Regular JoVOO QOQ A value tDiSS.OU Men's nnd Youiik Men's Suits, o: tine-cradr- materials; hand tailored; one and two of each kind. Sizes .. to v. Values worth $15. (PQ ns J1H.50 and JIN 3)17.0 0 Big Savings on Men's Furnishings $1.79 39c i i Small lot of Men' Illanket Bath Itobm, made with plaited back; nnishcd witn nccK cora ana neavy waist girdle, bold regu larly at JS.Otf Men'n Cambric anil Muslin Ntxht Itobes, V neck and roll collar style. Full out sizes. Val ues worth DOo and 75c each. Men' Y. K. . Y. Sweaters. V neck style;, plain blue or rrray. Mostly all sizes. Regular fiQt $1.25 values UUC Men's Hetanns Union Salts, plain wUlta nlt' t.AVr vrnln.1.1. tv .'8 and 4U. Regular 11.00 PP., a values Jtlt X t Men' 30c and SOc Golt Caps, of 9 nll-wonl cloths, desirable 1Qt X patterns Xtl J Men's Norfolk and Xetr tlrans- A vrloli Merino lindcrwear. medium 4. weight; plain while. Mostly all ffi' sizes. Values worth QQ. 4. J1.50 OiJC A All-wool Doublr-face Oolf Cloth S m a k I n k Jarket. Worth from IP.0'1 to J7.00. Reduced 0n Q .Men's Shirts, including full dress and stiff-bosom styles, such woll known makes as "Manhattan." "Arrow." and others. Plain white. Sizes 16, 17. 17Vj, and IS. Values worth $1.00 to V.'.KC. 39c 50c and 75c Silk Belts and Girdles I Friday at i4G Odds and ends from our regular stock priced for quick disposal to morrow. Women's Silk Belts and Girdles. In a great variety of styles and colorings the most desirable shapes and effects. Ilrokcn assortments of former 50c and 75c values at lie. 59c and 75c Sheets Reduced to 39c A small lot of Bleached Sheets, in single nnd double bed sizes; made of good, serviceable grade of sheeting cotton. Although slightly damaged, they will give splendid wear. Friday at 39c each. Clenrlnir Out Prices on All Ilrokcn Assortment In the Boys' Depart ment Pro Idea Those IIIk llnrgninM In Boys' Suits and Furnishings no' Polo taps, of plu.-h anil velvet. Golf fans nnd Hah Hah Hats, In smajl sizes. Values irt, worth 23c nnd Sdc'each 14C Unj' Cossack Otrrconts, of chin chilla and cheviot: sizes 3. t. :,. T nnd s years. Values worth fll QQ Jlojs' Tivo-Pnnts Nulls, of all wool fancy casslmcre; voke Norfolk style; sizes , 7. S and 3 venrs. Values worth J3.0) and Qn qri 4' ni.v' Ulouae Waists, of percale nnd madras: collar attached: sizes 5. ti, I and 8 years. Itegu- -I larly 20c each 14C IlojV Overcoats, long tourist style; sizes H. 1G and 17 vears. Values worth JI.OO, $5.(0 and (UO Ofl IM t)Cf&V llojn' Dutch Daddy Vtitsh Suits in colors; sizes 3 to 7 years, cili Worth J1.00 OUC $1.49 IIiijm' lllnck Jii m' nnil Tun Sllp on Ilnlncont! sizes- s to II years of nge. j Regular $3.(i values Ilojm' IIIoiihch a ml Shirts, slight Iv mussed and soiled from handling; odd sizes. Values worth' Wc "IDp anil 75c each AUC IlojV Winter Overcoat.,' balma-' roon style: various kinds of over coatings: sizes 12 to 16 years, but not of each kind. Values (JJf fA worth $8.00. JS.Ci and SlO.fiO.. D'i.UU lloj' Three-iilece l.onir Pants Suits, light and dark fancy mate rials; sizes 15. 10 and 17 years. Regular $10.00 and 12.00 Q?-i QQ vn lues t O'i.pl Hoy' Knickerbocker Pants, tine una lit y fancy cnsalincro and cor duroy; sizes S to It years. KQ Regular $1.00 values tllC noyn' Mother's Friend Wimh SultH, whlto and colors '. various' models; sizes - io :i years, values worth un to $2 50 89c Children's Dresses and Other Wearables Children's Sere Dreum, In brown and navv blue: stvllsh models; sizes 6 nnd 8 years only. G-t rj( Regular J3.H0 values DJ..I V Children's Dresnes, of gnlntea cloth, in striped effects, plaids and plain colors; odd sizes, 6 to H KQ,, years. Regular 79c values DVL, Children's lints, of velvet nnd cordurov. stylish models; assorted colors. UKc Values Reduced to trie fl.OS Viilurs Heduced to fSc Children's llungalow Aprons, of glnchnms: made with kimono sleeves nnd belt; odd sizes. Rcgu- iq. larly 25c each liC Children's Rompers, of genuine Kdcn cloth, assorted strlned effects: with belt and elastic knees; odd sizes from 2 to 6 years. Reg- QQy lar 50c values OiC Children's Muslin Dlnper Draw ers, also a few pair of Knicker bocker drawers: trimmed with em broidery; odd sizes. Reduced in Children's Cambric Wnlsts, taped buttons nnd gathered fronts; odd sizes. Re- loi duced to 1J2C 29c Window Shades, 15c Opaque Cloth Window Shades, .10 to 3fi inches wide, fi to i; feet long; white, ecru. Jiid green; subject to sngni impei-iei-iiuiic Muslin Underwear and Kimonos IlraKHlrrcN, of lmtistc, open front models; .trimmed with om- - Q broidery. Regular 25c values.. JL1C Corset Covers, good quality ma terial: deep yokes of lace, others trimmed with embroidery edgings. All sizes. AVorth 25c 1Qi each .' Xtls Women's Long Flannelette Ki monos, also cixpc, light nnd dark colors: assorted styles and trim mings. Regular 9Sc r7Q vnlucs. . . I "L Women's Nainsook Nightgowns, trimmed with hices and embroid eries: slightly mussed. Also a few gowns In the lot. Regularly ntn Jl.Oii, yc Mill Ends and Remnants of Sheetings and Cottons Mill ends of 10-Inch Inbleuclied Sheeting Cotton, extra fine quality for making sheets and pillowcases. Regular 12 c grade QZ'it Remnants of .'Hl-lnch lllrnclicd Cottons nnd Camhrlcs, In good. useful lengths. Jixccllent soft lln lsh quality. Regular Sr and 10c values at 5c i ;e-i!IiIII8ia;e;l-rVISlT OUll VUnNITUns STOHB, ACROSS TBK STIIEET 'I'T.r-J.Vf-).Sr;r.J.S. VISIT OLU FUU.1tURE STOKE, ACllOSs'xUE "1Bi ft Ifll Q It ifl Wf ;nt ' Rare Money Saving Advantages in These $ Silk Remnants I 25c 1, Remnants of 27-liuh Satin Messallne, 24-inch Stripe Mcssallne. 21-Inch Satin Foulards. 38-lnch Strlpo Tub Silks. 19-lnch Colored oauns. etc., etc. values worm up to bac yard. Remnant price Remnants of 3-lnrh Taffctn Silk. 3fi-ineh fintln Atpsanllne. nft.lnr.Vi Stripe Messallne. 56-Inch Faille Silk Poplin, 36-Inch Plaid .Pongee. 21 Inch Plaid Poplins. 36-Inch Faille Francals, etc., .etc. 'Values up to i.uv yarn, itcmnani. price , Remnants of 40-inrh Crepe Meteor. 40-inch Crepe de Chine. 40-lnch Bniin tnarmeuse, su-incn Kigurca' Tarrctas, 36-inch Plaid Mcssa line, etc. Values wprth up to $2.00 yard. Remnant price h X- '49c i 69c Women's $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 SHOES $1.39 PAIR In small sizes only 2 to' 4. If your size is in the lot you'll share in the biggest footwear bargains offered this season. Thsy are button, lace and blucher styles, of Patent Colt, Gun Metal, Vici Kid and Tan leathers; good, stylish lasts, and serviceable qualities left from lines formerly sold at $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 a pair. High and low heels. Priced, for a speedy outclearing, at $1.39 a pair. $5, $6 and $7 Portieres $1.45 Strip Handsome Silk Mercerized Armure Tapestry Portieres, also poplin weaves; 2Vj and 3 yards long; 45 to 50 inches wide; heavy tassel fringe, corded edge and gobeline border styles; in green, red and brown. $2.50, $3 & $3.50 Lace Curtains $.1.45 a Pair Fine Grade Nottingham Lace Curtains; white, ivory and Arabian shades; 2YZ, 3 and 3'2 yards long; 40 to 54 inches wide; plain and heavily worked centers, with borders that are exact cop ies of the finest lnces.