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EXPECTED PRESENT
Parts of Abdul Hamid’s
Diary Published
THE KAISER AND A NUN
Gorman Ruler Has Interesting Con
versation With Sister—Encourag
ing Results From the Treat
ment of Cancer
By MALCOLM CLARKE
Berlin, February 15.—(Special.!—“War
with Bulgaria will and must come. We
would have settled with this evil fellow!
seven years ago. but Russia ajid England
held our arm every time we raised it to
strike these Balkan robbers-"
This is one of the reflections contained
in the diary of ex-Sultan Abdul Hamid,
now being given fragmentary publication
for the first time by Professor Stein, the
well known Berlin publicist, who is edi
tor of Nord and Sud.
Tli© diary contains several passage* of
particular interest at the present time,
as for Instance, the following: “It Is
really quite time that we forced German
Influence hack again. We must show the
Grand Seigneur (Marschall von Bieher
stein) that we are distrustful of him and
of German policy. My ambassador In
Berlin reports that It is the plan of the
German Emperor to create a German
sphere of influence in Asia Minor. Well,
3 have nothing against eeonomlo Invlgor
ation of Asia Minor by the Germans, but
the German papers demand German col
onization along the Bagdad railway.
What are these newspaper writers think
ing of? Do they think that we are going
to abandon to German settlers these ^vn
atelian regions which were purchased by
our fathers with such heavy sacrifices.
Unfortunately we have always neglected
to keep foreign peoples at a distance—
that has been the cause of all our mis
fortune. But in Anatelia we must and
will remain alone. Thanks be to Allah
that this last place of refuge still re
mains for our com rad el* in race and
faith, now assailed from every side.”
The date of these observations is not
given. Tn a diatribe against Great Brit
ain for the part she played in Egypt, the
deposed ruler exclaims: “No, for in the
civilization of the Occident is deadly
poison.”
The religious tendency of the Kaiser
was evidenced recently while he was vis
iting a convent of cloistered nuns. The
Emperor entered into conversation with
one of the sisters.
The woman was 35 years of age, and
his majesty asked her how long she had
been a nun. She replied, "About 20
years.’• The Kaiser remarked that she
must Jiave begun her noviciate very early.
She answered. "At 10.” His majesty then
asked: “What caused you, when so
young, almost a child, to renounce the
world and Its pleasures. Some great mis
fortune?” She answered, “No, only my
love for God. And you have remained in
the world. What pleasures do you find in
it?” The Kaiser, without replying, asked: j
‘’Did it cause you no sorrow to sacrl-,
lice your youth?” She said, “‘What Is
^youth? A dewdrop in the field which na
ture gives in the night and which disap
pears with the first rays of the morning
sun.”
The Kaiser left her with the remark:
“Sister, you have gained that which the j
world refuses—Peace.”
Encouraging results have been obtained !
bv the treatment of certain rases of can-1
i er with radium at the Berlin institute, !
according to a report just issued. The,
559 cases which were dealt with are sum- j
marized as follows:
Apparently cured 53, cured 28, improved 1
245. not improved 70, abandoned treat-1
inent 88, dead 55.
Many who applied for treatment, the j
report states, had already exhausted all
the known resources of medicine, sur
gery, their condition being almost hope
less. The term apparent cure, when used
in referring to cancer cases, means that
all traces of the disease have disappeared.
In the detailed report of the effects of
the radium treatment on the different
types of cancer the epitheliemata, or skin
cancers, are divided into two classes: (1)
those on the face, l>ody and arms, with
or without extensive ulceration, in which
cures were readily obtained, and (21 those
attacking not. the skin, but the tongue,
lips or inoutty. where the results were
almost universally disappointing.” Tn
the latter group of cancers temporary im
provement was quite frequently seen, but
the radium apepartul to have no effect in
preventing or delaying the appeafance
of secondary growths in the glands of
the tpeck ami elsewhere.
A number of^ases previously declared
to be incurable became so mueh better
under the treatment that an operation for
the complete removal of the growth be
came possible.
The result of the radium treatment of
cancers of the breast is, according to the
report, “on the wholb encouraging.”.
Warning Is given, however, that radium
treatment should never be used to take
the place of an operation if tills is pos
sible.
In addition to giving encouraging re
s'alts obtained hi cancer cases, radium
has proved nf the greatest service in the
cure of much widely different complaints
and disfigurements, as rodent nicer, birth
marks, ”p >rt wine stains,” chronic ecze
ma, psoriasis (a skin disease) and Tuber
cular glands in the ne.'k. In rheumatic
gout ‘‘striking benefit” lias been “not in
frequently obtained” by drinking water
in which radium emanations (gases) have
been dissolved.
It is now officially admitted that all
.authoritative quarters have long been
agreed that a number of additional re
-riuiremems of the German army must be
.satisfied and that a new military bill will
be presented to the rekhsi.wg in the
course,of (he present session. On the
other mind, reports that negotiations have
taken place between the government and
the center tarty are denied, it is con
sidered doubtful whether the government
will be able to secure the necessary ap
propriations and -the bill may fall
through.
Herr Randolph Hegemeyer. a well
known lover of landscapes ami tlie fattest
man in Germany, committed suicide re
ceptly because, lie said, he was so stout
J.e could not trawl in comfort to enjoy
the beauties of nature.
He hid himself wheeled in a chair to a
point aboye one of the most picturesque
parts of the Rhine. Then, he dismissed
his servant ami sat and gazed at the
prospect for some time. Having soothe 1
his fancy he drew a revolver from one of
liicfl iiit his *biains. 1 Ce
is said to have weighed 4. > pounds.
——-—-• - - —
Bad Keithcr Way
From the Washington Star.
“Father.” said a small boy. what is
a four Hush?”
“My «*i. i regret to see that your re
searches are assuming unfortunate ten
dencies. If you refer to poker, you are
trying to acquire by mere conversation
wisdom that cap be gained mils by years
of experience if you a»e refering to poll-'
ti< v. yguY question is entirely imperti
nent.”
louis pizrrz res o in
IlYTr Ciir THE only sale of
illlJ j/lLii REAL BARGAINS
When real sure enough bargains are wanted
you know where to come for them. Our bar
gains are real values because our' merchandise
is fresh and new. This sale offers you a
chance of saving money you can’t afford to
miss. Mr, Pizitz, who is now in New York, has
sent us some mighty good merchandise to mix.
in with our .regular stocks so as to give you the
best choice for your money.
I ' ,4ft
AH Women’s Dresses and Suits
at Final Reductions
Fifty pretty serge dresses for misses only. Navy and dark red, pretty
satin collars. These dresses are nicely tailored and are splen- QQ
did values at $5.00. Choice
$7.50 Serge Dresses at $3.95
Women's all wool serge dresses, in navy, brown, Copenhagen
and Ian. All new styles and neatly made. Reg- QC
nlar $7.50 values. Selling at
$12.50 and $15.00 Dresses at $5.95
A special lot of all wool serge dresses, included are some silk
dresses, ckarmeuse, satins and taffetas, etc.; AP
worth $12.50 and $15.00. Choice
$10.00 Serge Dresses at $4.95
Women’s and misses’ pretty serge dresses. Either French or
storm.serge, new fancy silk collars. Such dresses d*/I QC
as these are good values at $10.00. Choice
$15.00 New Spring Suits at $9.95
A new lot of women’s spring suits, including the best colors.
Coats are lined with guaranteed satin; QPv
Worth regularly $15.00. Choice ipV.VO
Spring Suits Worth to $35.00 at $17.50
Here you will find a lot of pretty spring suits you’ll want; worth $25.00 to $35.00. Included are about one hun-. <I»'| fj PA
drcd and fifty sample suits of the highest class, worth at wholesale $25 to make. All the best colors ond models *7 A I
Shirt Waists Worth to $3
at 69c
One hundred dozen fine waists from the famous house of
Bloom & Millniau. These people do not make anything under
$9.00, and from that to $24.00 the dozen. And this lot includes
some of all prices. There are lingeries, blouses and CQ/»
tailored waists. Choice * vli/V
$5.00 Silk Waists 98c
On Sale 9 to 11)
A special lot of women’s silk waists, new styles QO _
and worth $5.00. Choice wOv
$2.50 HOUSE DRESSES AT 79c
(On Sale 9 to 11)
Women’s house dresses and long kimonos; worth as r7Q
high as $2.50. On sale 9 to 11. Choice I t/C
Women’s Shoes
Must Go
By the first' day of March we
don’t want a pair of our pres
ent stock of shoes on hand, so
now out they go and you will
save money by buying your
shoes here. Better buy a stock
of them for the coming year
while you get such bargains as
these. We know how to fit
you.
One thousand pairs of women’s
fine shoes, lace only, tans, pat
ent and plain kid; values to
fi,;t $1.00
Another lot of women’s fine
shoes, odd lots, all the latest,
I>esf styles and QK
bathers. Choice
Women’s button shoes, of pat
ent, plain kid or dull leathers,
high or low heels; worth $3.00
and $3.50. \ t
Choice
All our women’s button or lace
shoes, in patent, dull leather or
velvet. " The best shoes in the
bouse; worth $4.0(1 QpT
" to $5.00 Choice
Special lot .of women’s fine
shoes, patent kid button, now
heels, sizes to 4 12; worth to
S, $1.45
Here You Are,
Men
Ope thousand flairs of men’s
line trousers, made of the best
materials and our regular $5.00
values. {CO QQ
Choice. <D£.00
Men’s new style top shirts, *in ,
all the best patterns; regular
$1.00 values, 74c
Five hundred pairs of men’s
fine half hose, double soles and
linen toes and heels; "I O
worth 25c. Pair. AOv
Men’s good coat sweat
crs at OOL
Men’s outing flannel QQp
night shirts at OOC
Men’s regular 50c work OC«
shirts, choice Ovv
Men’s regular 10c hand- On
kerchiefs. Special OC
Men’s 50c silk half OCp
hose ,pair
Men’s &0o heavy fleeced or
ribbed underwear. OCn
Facli garment
MenV liest $1,00 wool under
wear, shirts or drawers.Op
Facli garment VOV
Men’s lOe and 15c value
half hose Pair
New Spring Silks
One hundred pieces of pretty foulard silks,
the best colors and patterns, A An
worth 69c, yard ^ *v
36 inch guaranteed black taffeta rQ
silk, worth 89c, yard D yC
22 inch new crepe de chine, the most A
desirable colors, worth 69c, yard
Special
Bargains
Several thousand yards of
best a pron ginghams,
short lengths.
Yard
Three thousand, yards of
dress ginghams, short
lengths, good patterns;
Yard
Two hundred pieces new
spring percales, light t>r
dark colors; worth ,
15 c. Yard «/V
3ti inch brown dress linen,
New Spring Wash
Goods
Five thousand yards of
new poplins, stripes or
plains; worth 35c. OA_
Yard
New batistes, in all the
best colors; vortli regu
larly 35c. -I (\0
\ ard Avt
45 inch linen crash, in the
newest colors; >!(?/*
worth 59c. Yard
Women’s Neckwear
One thousand pretty lace
collars, made of baby
Irish lace; worth OK/*
50c. Choice
New ehemisetts or gimps,
made of nets and shadow
lace: worth $1.00i Af\s*
Chmce
White Good Bargains
Our regular 10c value dimity, in checks and 7 n
stripes. Will sell tomorrow at O g C
36 inch plain white Flaxon; selling regu- Irtl
larly at 19c and 25c. The yard •> G
Five thousand yards of best checked nainsook, for
children’s dresses; values 10c. £ 7 —
I Yard O 8 G
One hundred pieces of our regular $1.00 qual- /?Q „
ity longcloths, full size bolts, at Ut/C
90 inch wide real linen sheeting; the
regular 75c value. Yard
Three cases of soft finish bleached muslin; /? 1 ^
good value at 10c. Y'ard O 2 G
Some Staples Yon Need
at Sale Prices
Good quality table d dm ask, in best QQ/»
patterns; worth 69c. Yard *
Splendid quality Roman toweling; selling f* 1 _
regularly at 10c. Yard O 2 G
36 inch width best feather ticking; worth Ol /»
regularly 35c. Yard"" ^-*-G
Full size white bed spreads, hemmed or fringed Mar
seilles patterns; worth regularly $1.39. QQ/»
Special ^Ov
Before Removal
Sale
Of Corsets, Muslin Underwear
and Knit Underwear
, for Women
We are going to more our women’s muslin under
wear, corsets and infants’ wear to 3d floor.
But rather than move any of the present stock, every
article will be closed out at about half price.
A New Floor and a New Department
and We Are Going to Have
a New Stock
Three hundred fine corsets, including E. & G., W. B.,
P. N. and other good brands. These are odd lots,
factories have quit making, but are all good
styles and models; worth $1 to $2. Choice
A special lot of women’s muslin gowns, chemise,
skirts, drawers, corset covers, etc.;
worth 75c and $1.00. Choice OI/V'
Women’s fine corset covers, lace and em- "1 Q/»
broidery trimmed; worth to 50c. Special AJ/V
Women’s muslin gowns, chemise, princess
slips and skirts; our regular $1.50 values I •/C
Children’s heavy fleeced union suits, vests or "| Q _
pants; worth 25c and 35c. Choice .AUv
Women’s vests or pants; also union suits; QQ/»
worth regularly 50c. Choice
Women’s gaiwe ribbed vests, taped neck and £? ^
sleeves; worth 10c. Choice
Hosiery Bargains
Women's gauze lisle hose, in black, white and colors; QQa
worth 26c. 3 pairs for OI/L
Women's silk 'lisle hose, in black, white and best -| Q
colors. Pair AUC
$2.00 Leather Bags 98c
Women s black leather bags, leather lined, safety iock, coin pure*
and extra pocket, silver or gunmetal frames; QQr» •
worth $2.00. Choice wOL
New laces and
Embroideries
AUovgr laco yoking, in
white or cream, forty
patterns to select from;
worth 50c. OK/»
Yard
Linen torchon lace, 2 to
5 inches wide;
worth 10c. Yard VV
Big lot of shadow laces,
edges and insertions;
worth 10c.
Yard
Beautiful lace bands, in
all widths; "| Ap
worth 25c. Yard -ll/v
Several thousand yards '
of embroideries, in all’
widths; some a little
soiled; worth
i 25c. Yard t/V
45 inch Swiss embroid
ery flouncing; worth
75c and $1.00.
Big table of laces and
dress trimmings, all
widths; worth to 20c.
Choice, Op
yard
Notion
Bargains
Good pearl buttons;
worth 5c. “t ~
Dozen A t/
Needle books, four pa
pers in i)n
book, for £t\*
Best safetv pins. Q ~
Card
10c box Air Float tal
cum powder Q/»
for Ot
Wash braids; worth 10c
bolt,
for
Three papers good steel
hair pins "| a
for
50 yard spool silk, black
and colors,
for ' Ot
One dozen boqe collar
buttons ‘fl gi
for

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