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THE WASHINGTON TIMES: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1919, u Wilhelm Planned War In 1912, Secret Paper Found Reveals Just PARIS, Sept. 12. Further evidence that the ex-Kaiser plotted a war of "World conquest as far back as 1912 is revealed In a secret document, written ,j during the latter part of 1317. a copy Of which was found in Brussels and raado public here The document hears the signature of "Thyseen." one of Germany's industrial kings before the war. Thysscn, a victim of the war ma chine, reveals "VVilhelm's plans in 'a aifew words. The -memorandum, sup posedly written to a friend, starts by stating- that the Kaiser thought a war necessary "soon" In order that Ger many might accomplish the "mastery of the world?' Confided In Financier. Two years before war actually oc curred, . according to Thysscn, JJic Kaiser met a number of Germany's v leading financiers and industrial "gen iuses and confidentially explained his fclans to them. The Tuler then prom 1scd that a war would open up to " fjermany a new era of prosperity and skcd them for their whole-hearted 'support, the document alleges.' Thyssen admits that he was fascina ted with the scheme proposed by the ex-Kaiser and immediately promised his support, llf was to receive S0.000 acres of land in Australia, which was to be conquered, and a loan of S.fiOO. 000 marks at .1 per cent with which to develop, .iti To other, firms " the cx Kaiscr" offered large estates in the British Indies, which also were to bo included In Germany's Ta.r booty. Planned Canada Land rarchase. A German consortium, including twelve big firms with a capital of -100,-000,000 marks, was to be constituted ror the purpose of developing Cana dian lands, that dominion being one of the principal colonics of Gfcat Brit ain that Germany was to acmand as indemnity. Several of these secret conferences were held, it was said, and during the course of most of them "Chancellor Bcthmann-Hollwcg, who attended, made statements on behalf of tht Kaiser. On other occasions, at Berlin, Munich, Cassel and other cities, the Kaiser attended In person. Wilhelm spoke enthusiastically of his plans. Thyssen writes, and dw'clt at length on the immense quantities of gold and treasure that would be secured from the conquest of India and the Hindu princes. He would terminate ai his inlk.o. Thvsscn declares, with mixture of threats and promises. "He among you who refuses to help the state in view of carrying out our plans is a traitor," the Kaiser de clared at one time, while at another meeting "Wilhelm promised that "He who will be with us may expect a large reward." according to Thysscn. Thought War Would Last Year. The Kaiser believed, according to Thyssen's letter, that the war would last a year at the longest, and that the victory would be decisive. In 191fi, however, two years after the outbreak of the war, with a decision still unassured, Bethmann-Hollweg, a few weeks before his fall, called another meeting of the group. He asked them for a new war loan of 400,000.000 marks, threatening that. If thev did not comply wlth-the request, their contracts to supply war ma terial to the state would be canceled. Thyssen name appeared on the list for 4,000.000 marks. He refused to lend it to the government and im mediately was deprived of his con tracts, he says. They were torn to pieces In front of his face. The other financiers at the meeting, fcarjng similar treatment. Immediately com plied with Bcthmann-Hollwcg's de mands. The war loan was put across with "patriotic enthusiasm and full confidence," the official communique stated. It is expected that Thysscn, if he can be secured, will be used to testify at the trial of the cx-Kalscr, should Ir. ever occur. glJaBfHiHIHIKlKmBta&MIBIMiBaH" WHHHIHHMIl Men' Genuine President Suspenders - 43c pair Men buy this popular make of suspenders tomorrow "at a worth-while saving. Perfect quality, made of narrow or wide webbings, in plain colors and stripes. Limit two pairs to a customer. Men's Famishing Department. Store Hours: Open &15 A. M.; dose $-&M Y ' , IT MVS TO i DEAL AT ' " r B 48 i EflfTH SIDES OF 7 ATK'ST. THE DeKft&ABfcE STOKE' y$en?k Full Necktysar -A- wealth- of rich and handsome defllgnc asd colorings to select from, in new autumn Meek weai'tnttaeof'tfie'ne'VeSt and "boat !Mw" trim domestic and foreign loom. Nw medium 99 penend. four-J-hABd. .shown .la .thA 4atac figured .and striped effects. Sec Jth wonderful display o'f new patterns priced at 79c to $2,50 . -r Geldeaberg'-'lrt. Fleer. In Splendid Readiness to Provide New Fall Apparel ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT HUSTLE PET BILLS AHEAD OF TREATY Famous Actress Tells How '.. . - She Uses Derwillo To Beautify, Her Complexion IHnliiM '' Hffri m mBmm HB -MF' sXK.'$Ht&rX S-, 1ffffffffffffffffffffffffR3B I A rush to get their pe tmeasures passed before they -are sidetracked by the peace treaty .was begun by Senators today. Once the treaty is before the Sen ate, other measures will have little chance. Senators realize. - Senator Lodge's determination to take up the . treaty Monday caused supporters of the bill extending the food control act to make desperate efforts to get It passed today-. A strong fight is being made against this measure by Senators, who declare that tbe GpX'ernment has had all nep essary authority1' to cope with prof iteering, right along, and has not made use of it. Much other pending legislation, most of it of minor importance, is sure to be sidetracked for the time being by the treaty. Senator Lodge said today his plans for discussion of the treaty include' a reading of the document just as bills are read In the Senate, and the dls- position of proposed amendments as i they are reached. Though no set I speeches on amendments have yet been announced, many are in pros , pect Most of them will come from , Democrats who -want the amendments , beaten. , Lodge today predicted that no trou ble will be experienced 'in compr'omis ' Ing the differences of "mild" reeerva- tionists and the more radical clement with regard to Article X. "We will get together." he said. "There is plenty of time for that." MISS ETHLL CLUIOX New York- Miss Ethel Clayton. th 'Haver vounir actress now successfully 'starring under the Paramount bannei, Ms famous for her beautiful complex Ion. When her friends inquired about it she said. "If all due to a toilet preparation called derwillo which I Sisfc twice daily. The experience I have had prompts me to make my secret public. - This wondtrful der jwillo instantly beautified wy skin and Its continued use has made the re sults permanent." When Mae 12dna Wilder, the well known beauty spec ialist, was interviewed in reference to Miss Clayton's remarkable com plexion stated. "Anyone can have a beautiful complexion when they know 5$ow. It's a very simple proeess. I C5se the same Article in my work, and jntil you try it you have no idea of the marvelous results. The very first application will astonish you. Go to he toilet counter of any drug or de partment store and get a bottle of derwillo, then make the following irst: Kxamine your skin critically Cbeforc your mirror, note carefully its .appearance, then apply derwillo as directed. After you have mad the "first application look in your mirror 'again and note the surprising change. .V pi-ac h 1ik (uior m un;s the ocus; a baby sufuiess cumes to the skin; it makes the skin losy-white. velvety and radiantly beautiful. It is wonder ful for a dark, sallow skin, shiny nose, fieckles, tan. oily skin, sun spots, coarse pores, pimples, blackheads, clia'pped. rough skin, ruddiness, wrin kles and many other facial blemishes--. Ot-rkviilo method is absolutely harm less and will not produce or stimulate a growth of hair. It is superior to face powder, as perspiration does- not affect it. therefore it stays on better. Thousands who have used it have hfcd the same results an Miss Clayton, and I am sure if you will give it h iar trial you will become just a.3 enthu siastic as I am and always use it in preference to any other powder or bentifier." NOTE When asked about Derwillo on- of our leading druggists said, "It is truly .1 wonderful btauri i v. awjy siht-ad it anything we bave ever soM before. "We arc authorized by the manufacturers to re fund the money to anyone 'who is lis.ati fied. ami we would njt permit the use of our name 'inleia the product posseted un usual merit." It Is sold in this -Ity under an iron-dad moH'y bai-k guarantee by all drj.jrtmvilt htort-s ami up-tn-date drU2 Zistx. including People's Drug Stores. NON-UNION MEN MAY AID STEEL STRIKERS PITTSBURGH, Sept. 12. Iron, steel and blast furnace worekrs of theJ United States, not working under union agreement, arc requested not to go to work September 22. in an ap peal issued here last night by Wil liam Z. 1'oster. secretary-treasurer of the American Federation of Labor na tional committee for organising iron and steel workers. The appeal, translated into seven different languages, and addressed not only to the United States Steel Corporation employes, but to workers of independent companies, will be sent immediately to the 300.000 em ployes of the various concerns. jH-M-M H-H-I I I M I I I I I I I I I I I I H I M-M-M-1 H 'M-M I I I H 1 1 Our $4.85, $7.50 and $10 jj I : New Trimmed Hats i :: Are Wonderfully Attractive in Line and Color :: I :: Presenting Autumn's Loveliest Ideas in Millinery :: X of Smart Style and Unusual Value at S rwl mm 1 r g .. inese moaeraic jrncca. g ' Better thn ever is our j '.'. showing of Fall Millinery ft '.'. at these particular prices. I ; ; This store has" long en- '. !v joyed a reputation for : I hats that' meet the de- ;; rrtands 6f women who I value style and .quality at m '. '. reasonable cost, ,.and the 1 -tT present collection .will' add 1 new prestige to our fame. I " Many and varyinj? tyries are, own, from ' uie soft I ghats'. '.that turn a.ay from . ... the face to . the ever-fasfi- " ionable turbans -and, the- large, .dress hats of Panne velyet T '' and dnvetvon. Sailors that roll up all around ' and- smart 'X 4 shapes of Hatter's pTush are models that are winning; high jr m S. iavor. rnenew autumn colors comnpuve w me uaiwui j. --'the new hat&-rrich browns, laupes, hennas, navy, purple and,4 H X blues predominate. ' ' l. ' j JU" It is -a real pleasure "to select your new autumn hat T from sucp. a large and complete assortment -of beautiful styles. .T 1 j: Special Opportunities in Millinery X: for Juveniles ' f A -Splendid Showing of School Hats andi Dress Hats J 7. torthe xoung miss, at 1 t $1.98, $2.48, $2.98 and up to $12.00. Among the most attractive of the charming styles selected to enhance the piquancy of little daughter's costume the Wl lowipg favorites appear: Large Beaver Hats... with droopTng and roll brlma: Banded Velour and Beaver HaU. Stitched Vel-t-kf itna u.-itK trf9Thers in various fahaocs and colors, and vmtfny other style's Vnd'combrnations' to make your -selection from. "J. T in our. Juvenile ..MUiineryi oecwon mcobq Jioor. T-I l f I'M-M II I I I 1 1 I I I I I-I I-H'H-H"I"I"M"M"!J"H"1-H I 1 1 I'M' T ' 1 3 1 i i Ready for School DaM This is the Girls' Outfitting- more This season, -as in .many seasons past, outfitting the girls 1 for school is'a specialized- service at Goldenberg's, where comfjlete as- ! sortments.of the' newest styles are offered at the lowest possible" prices. I From our vast stocks of juvenile apparel rribthers may select-ibe needed I .wearables for scHpol with the assurance of satisfaction and therpositive 1 knowledge-they are buying to best advantage. These attractive special .valuesurge you to buy, tomorrow. - m - Girls' Ginf ham Dree i YPItaJk liifl1lf iaC.U. .ai 1. Girls' Iheues 7Cew.Sergie Presses fdntf Iris from 14 to 1J: years; -.beautiful models, ' with- braid ajid nilk trimlhgs, fancy buttons and -silk' tieW.PJeat ed "skirts and eep hems; loose belts. Excellent. Variety of 'e-. coming .styles, specially priced at $S.98 to $15.98.' ir - - r . Navy '. Blue Serge Dresses, for; gjrlssfrom 6 to l.years; mjtde wlthr sailor and round collars; 4 toll pleated" sklrta j?lth de'Sp,.he,ma; some with poclcets. "Braid'and sljk. trimmed. Xaree. selection )f styles, at '. i '. iJ "'. ' $i.S8,tol2.9p . ioIdeteri,rhiri Flftor. ' Girls' School Sweaters , Stylish new" fall Sweaters. In as sorted colors, made, with sailor and. round collars; loose belt and poc kets. 'All sizes. , $3.98 to $6.98 little Girls' Hats A. charminsr array 'of fair Hats r'tha little miss, including, beau- fo tifut VA'lonrs. Felt n& Velvets..' in air the? newest models; large- vari ety of tailored" models. Col6rsof green, -; brown, biue aad.sand. . ; -- $2,9$to $7.98 . K GIrlaV Palmer. Linen.., Dresses.; made ih sail6r models, wJttf-brild trimxaedf collar and.' cuffsr emblem. onsleVe; pleated skirts and Jeep, hems. 'S&ea. 6 tori years. ,&R QO Special at- ... DpisO Fine quality Gfagham materials, i Diiiiu. airiuffH ajia jni with collars and cuffs fa alaia eeisxs. Is. white aad coniraatinff colors, yall skirts, pocket and deep hems. Larie va riety of jew styles. Sixes- TtS'14 years. , $2.98, to $498 Middy VBbuses' xd- SAckls .Jdicwy iiiouses or white LoiwUe ean with aavy blue flanael col- ars and cuffs braid. triimf yoKe; suk scar oh collar aa Jacer. xtra well tailored. Stscs to. la years. , special-( at' I f2:99 Xavv Blue Serre MIiWvsadt made .with deep side bleat and hems, with wafsts attaehedl 6 to 1 0 years at: . . . J$J.fft 12 and. 14 years at. e. .$3.5 Women's Fall Blouses '.$5.98 to $8,98 Advanced .autumn styles in blp'u$es of beautiful. crepe de chine and Georgette; showing , a t nnnibg of charming models, icludig; pretty plin .tucked styles combihed wjth herastitcbing, with roand collaess neck;, beautiful: fancy blouses in braided and beaded ef- fects, with or without collars; also Figured Georgette blouseV, in all the leading shades; finished at neck ad sleeves with pleated iraf-. fles; arid pUin tailored" stales; wjth enWe ,fr6nts of- smalT of large', tucks; high: and-low neck; 'ptb.e.r'i4 1&9 'trimmed aivd;ruffljd -styles.- . "" ' i , 'GldealeA StcoSdFlor. -' Pearl Earrings, Worjth Up to SIM, 4.55c a Fair I t A special offeriag of fine pearl necklaces,, is. oriental, iridesceat g and. white pearl settings; ail the g most .wasted sizes' in pierced and unpierced styles. All witk gold- P plated mountings. Exceptional m values, at 55c a pair. . y -Pearl Keeklaees, in. srduated 9 styles; fine quality imported heads. M ot excellent color and finish. Solid SToId clasps. Special - G( Afi 3 at .......................... vrtK3 9 AMERICAN ZIONISTS MEET IN.C0NVENTI0N AT CHICAGO CHICAGO, Sept 12. The twenty second annual convention of the Zionist organization of America con vened here today and will continue i:. scsfion for a week. The conven tion today is the first to be held since the treaty of peace was signed. One of the dreams of the Jews a hom in Palestine is to be the prin cipal topic of discussion at the con vention here, and the question of an independent Palestine under British mandatory will be outlined. Among: the speakers will be Justice Louis D. Brandeis, of the United States Supreme Court; Dr. Chayim "Weitzman. Dr. Max "ordau, and Judge Julian Mac!;. ? I HI mmmmmmmaimmmmammmmmmmm JS i jdT" Gra$p This I jar AidtoHealthi B BLOOD Newest Aotumn Styles in . Popular rjandbags and Purses Late arrivals featured tomorr row at appealing prices. v ' ew Kodak Bosm in black, brown, blue and Vurple: 'tine Vachette fin. m Ish; in stylish shapes, with purse end mirror fittings. Special Qf QQ m at 5.70 g Ral Sloroeeo Vanity Books, with top-strap handle, in black only. Fine B quality real Morocco leather; silk- lined; newest shapes for fall; with H mirror fittings. Special QO 99 5 Chiffon Velvet Handbags, r.'ith heavy nickel-silver frames, in bcau ife tiful engraved designs. Large, roomy shapes; silk-lined; fino quality chii m fon velvet, in black and (J QQ colors. Special at OU70 Cblffen Velvet Handbag, in black and colors; silk-lined; newest shapes copied from high cost bags. Includ ing mirror top; fancy metal knob and inside frame styles. Q AQ Special at tDO.-tO Goldenberg's First Floor. A List of Specials in Toilet Requisites Gravler Triple Extract, in the favorite floral odors, including White Rose, Lily of the valley and Arbutus. Half ounce; QOr Tax, 2c) OUU DJerkltts Knee Ponders in all COp tints. Special per box (Tax, 3c). Out Hudnat's new Three Flower" Face lorderi a fragrant and de lightful complexion aid. All TA tints. (Tax, 1'c). Box at UUC Forhan'k Tooth TaNtet a well known dentifrice. (Tax, Jc). OQs At UOK. Forbnn'B Liquid V h, ( Tax, CQn :ic). Boaie at UIU Box of Rrqnn .iill rollMh, with ebonj -finished chamois covered buf fer. (Tax, lc). Box "ICn for IOC WllltaiBM' Talcum Powder, in Car nation and Violet odors. (Tax, 1 C lc). Can at Ut Smirnoff RuIan Shampoo Pow der. (Tax, lc). Special at OC 3 for dOK, Jersen'M Benxoln and Almond I.o t'on; regularly 40c a bottle. OQ (Tax, 2c) iO Cioldenlierg'M First Floor. Ready to Meet theRu$hTomorrowJfpr Men's Fail Haiti . Men's, and young men's new fall hats. are VeaHy-frStils giving. New shapes, new colors.'- Correct" styles for men of every type soft felt hats that sparkle with vigor,; life' arid originality headwear that's becoming and distinctive. - "Smart Set" Soft Hats, $3.50 The best hats shown in Washington under. $5.00. New, swell shapes with close roll brims and many other smart, as well-as ' staple shapes, in brown, gray, greens, navy and black. Goldenberg's "Superior" Hats, $5.00 and $6.00 No better to be found in town. Made from real fur felts and. shown in every new and correct" block. Autumn's favorite colors of gray, brown, green; and black, in plain felts and the newest two-toned effects in scratch felts. Men'a Hat Department First Floor. An Important Underprice Offering of 100 New Fall Dresses , Worth up to $32.50, G) A fk For Saturday we have arranged a special sale of wom en's and misses' new Fall Dresses at a price that marks a decisive step toward bringing down the cost of living by en abling you to share fully in the great savings we effected by early buying. A varied assortment of charming new styles here for your selection every garment at a saving of $5.00 to 8.00 from the actual worth of these dresses. Women New I '. Footwear v -'Extensive-1 assortments are now ready, and offer a.twide c&Qice1 of -the season's newest and smartest shoe fashions. Lace and button boots, designed with artistic exactness that '-! it t i ( itt rt 3 expresses correctly uie .siyie xenaency lor iai. anown in Havana brown kid,, tan calf, black kid, satin, .suede and dull -leathers,-with graceful Louis and Cuban heels. Welted and turned: soles." Sizes J to 7, widths A to D. Priced at $6.00 to $15.00 Pair Si e i Children's School Shoes Solid and substantial Footwear, built to withstand - hard knocks, at. prices that will appeal to careful money spenders; .Lace and -button styles of tan calf, patent colt and dull leathers. All sizes and widths priced at i i . You don't need a doctor to tell you when you need a-tonic, nor to write the prescription. When your stomach is "out of whack" you arc constipated, weak, paic and losing weight, you know that the right tonic will restore you to full vigor. Nu Vim, with its vegetable iron, is the one prescription for you. . It is wonderfully effective in enriching the blood, building solid flesh, clearing the skin and keeping the bowels, liver and kidneys in active working order. Iron Weed, Burdock, Poke Root, Prickly Ash, Queen's Root, Yellow pock, Cascara, Iodine and Salicylates, make. a body builder that has helped many thousands on the way to abundant health. When your stomach is all out of order, your kidneys fail to keep your blood pure, you are malarial and weak, and your liveTstops working' then Nu Vim comes to-your aid" with remarkable .certainty and promptness. Don't neglect this simple -way of getting well. Start-using-it at once. " -0 M M I Special Offerings in New Hosiery For Women and Children Goldenberg's dependable quality hosiery, in all the wanted styles and colors, arc offered, at prices that make this the logical .place to supply your needs for the new sea son. Women "I.uxlte" Silk Stockinet; full fashioned: in black, white, cor dovan and African brown; with lisle garter top.' h'xtra heavy QO CA 5ervicable quality. Special at D6OXf "Women I'urr Silk I,nrc Stock InjtBi full fashioned; silk all the way up; in black, navy, white, cordovan. Russia calf and other wanted shades. A (tia!ily pt super- &A QK lalve . excellence. Pair at. tPxvJ Women, Mercerised and I'luln l4i8le Stockings; snmi-fah(oned and tjcamlcsf: in black, cordovan, tan. white 'and gray. Made with CCp reinforced foot. Special at Ou Women SnJltol Slocklnrrx, wl'h rejnforced foot;, pood, serviceable quanty. Sizes 9 to 10U. Regu- QQ lar 50c value. Special at t)l jL'hUdrrn "Hpnor Knit Stork lnct the best wearing- ant roost sat Iflfactory hosiery for school wear. Mercerized' and plain lisle; In black, white and. browntfor misses and for boys in black. Priced according to Sat pcr 50c 60c 75c tioldenberjj' Flrnt Floor. Materials Are: Wool Serge. Fine Satin. Wool Jersey. Satin and Georgette Combinations. The Styles Include: Tailored Serge and Jersey Dresses. New Ideas in Trimmed Presses. Long Line and Coat Models. Pleated Tunic Effects. Vestee styles with sQk cord girdles. Smart Belted Semi-Tailored Models. $2.00 to $8.00 a Pair Boys' and Children's Shoes, in lace and button styles, .of tan calf, patent colt and dull leathers, in sizes 10 to lS'.l- and 1 to 5. $3.50 to $7.00 Pair Goldeaberg'a First Floor. Knit Underwear Complete Stocks of Fall Weight Garments for Women and Children Select from Our Varied Assortments Tomorrow. m Colors: The Serges and Satins are in navy and- black;"the Jerseys, come in Infantry Blue, Taupe, Russet, Navy and Rookie. Sizes for misses and women. Uoldenberg'a Second Floor. ' Men's Fall Underwear1 Extra Special at $1.15 These splendid quality garments are Bristol Mills make- known for comfort and service. Of cotton merino;. shirts with long sleeves, and full, length drawers, in natural N gray and white. All sizes to 50. ' i Supply your needs for the season' tomorrow at this spe cial price. .$1.15 a garment Men's White Ribbed Under rrrar, a icood we I eh f for fall: ahirta with short fleeves. full length Crawer. ..made with rein forced scat. Regular 89c - Qp value at 3V Men's- Medium Weight Union Saitst ReiM Manhattan make, in natural gray color. .Long sleeves an.'J full leneth legs. Special J3.0O quality offered tomor- fffO AJZ row at t&Ai4:fJ Men's Night Robes, made of -muslin, cambric- and nainsook; extra full cut. size. In' V-neck style. Manufacturer's seconds, of regular 11.75 , and SJ.OO' Q1 QC qualities at. ... ' fJJJUuu Men's Lisle Half Hose; well known "R. A. B." make: stronrly reinforced nt toe. heel, and ole; I in black, cordovan, navy and rray Perfect quality. Rejjujar OQa ' 39c valae; aprcUl-at,-. tJ J Fleeced Union Suits, for boys and mis3es; In white; high neck and long sleeves; ankle leneth pants. Sizes 24 to 34 for boys and 4 to 16 for misses. ., $1.00 and $1.25 Medium Weight Balbriggan trnderrrcar.for boya; cood clastic quality; shirts wlth.high neck and short sleeves;" knee- length Z(p drawers. Garment at uul Infants' Fair Weight Shirts of cottom v one-third wool; buttoned styles: slasfri 2 to 6. Cotton Garments at 50c Part -Wool Garments .... 69c Women's Heavy Combed Cot ion Fleeced and Medium Weight TJnderweart shirts With hijrh "neck and long: sleeves; pants and tights In ankle length. Extra and regu lar sizes. Famous "Merode" make. $1.25 and $1.30 Women's MediHm Weight Cot ton Union Saltat high neck and long sleeves': ankle length pants; in regular and extra sizes. "Jlcr odcT Regular Sizes at $2.25 Extra Sizes at ...$2;5e Goldenbers'f First Floor. Scores of New Styles in Fall Neckwear Crisp, new styles in neck fixings thajt give a fresh" touch to vour suit'or dress. Late arrivals featured tomorrow. . e ! Vralnx. of net, organdy and pp;nt d'eaprH: onv u'jJtVd others hemstitched-and tucked -with frllle f v-al. lac: and many other pleasing "styles, priced at $1.00, $1-50 and up to $6.9S of natntr PleJrtlmxn. of georgette crepe, chiffon, organdy,. . p o i n t d'eap'rlt and oriental lace. In hem stitched, plcot edge, Van .Dyke and lace trimmed effeets. Priced at 29c, 39c. 59c, 75c and up to $?.25Yard i Venterm of net and prsandy. with g and without collars, in-hemstitch S ed, tucked, r mbroldtred. lace trim- 3 med and ruffle effcts., ' " m 59c, $1.'00, $125. and up' to l,0U Attractive Collars nnd of Sets. Ith t laces. In White and organd,y and net. finished with tiny ruriie8 or vat i S IfVXsllBrHisK'BHnwraiFB!! cream color. 59c, $1.00, $1.25 and up to (olMn!ierK First Floor, . m'm-m c r mm-mrw wm.-mssi i i On Sale at All the Peoples Drug Cos Stores. 4 .