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lie Year's Last Shopping Oppo
WITH INTENSELY INTERESTING SALES
I.nt;jVd U pure Lara
h!drrHi'r'. with rolled he OS
and luxk initial, box of 6 for
J 7c (o 20c Novelty
I C-Mxiirrcruefi p Linty col
ored effects or all wkrfe with
emfctoidered tomfrt, f me Iswa
and purr Lata, special at 12c
jnera.'d Lawn. Imea finish
kasd'arrchMf wtffi Uacy en-
broidrred corner, i m bo.
A Note of Spring Is Expressed in These
$3.75 Washable Silk Blouses
e fat quality wKl! it ued in these blouse, and they
re but forerunner! of the em-Ui!ored tub silk blouvet that will be worn
for the coeranf Sprm. 5hown in black nd white. They are plain
tailored h convertible collar, long !erve with turned-back cuffs.
$4.50 to $5.00 Novelty Silk Stockings $2.95
In bUc k. white and color two-toned effect, accordion weave
and Naotifulljr embroidered fronU.
CLOCKWORK SIIJC STOCKINGS $1.50
la Hack with white clocks, and whita with black clocks. Of a'd
pore-thread .ilk. First Floor.
Discontinued Number of
Ferris Waists, $1.19
Regular $2, $230 to $3.50
Lace-in-front style, button and
clasp front tome have brassiere
lop, other with abdominal tup
port, other with elastic gores.
Made of coutil. stripe materials and
All sizes in the assortment but not
every size in every style.
2Se Children' Waists, 22c
iz.es I year and 14 years.
Flannelette Night Shirts for $1.00
Low cut neck or military styles, fastening with frogs or pearl but
tons. In a nice assortment of colors and patterns.
Flannelette Pajamas for $1.35
In a variety of colors and patterns French low-cut neck and mili
tary style. '
$2.00 Union Suits for $1.49
Natural gray wool mixed union suits in ribbed styles with closed
crotch, French neck, special ribbed cuffs on sleeve and at ankle.
$230 Union Suits $1.70
Medium weight of natural gray wool mixture, closed crotch, close
$2.75 Union Suits for $1.89
Heavy weight natural gray wool union suits, ribbed and form fitting.
All sizes. First Floor.
At $1.75 Pair
Vallieres fine suede gloves,
pique style, 2 clasp, and in
.' black, gray or beaver shades.
At $1.50 and $2.00
Alexandre real kid gloves,
in black and white and all
Arabian mocha gloves, one
or two-clasp style, in gray or
beaver shades and with con
trasting embroidery, at $1.50
. the pair. ' Firsi Floor
Veiling Remnants 39c
Odd Lengths from 50c to $1.00
a yard teiLnc, TWda, Hezjsr. plain
lair lie. drfted borders and woven pat
trrrtx. Firtl Fix
All Purchases Made
Friday Will Be
February 1st Bills
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Mail and J eiepnone vjraers riuea oy t-pen uiujvi
Pacific PAonc Marthatt S00O Home Phon A 6St
$7.50 Cowhide Traveling Bag $5.45
With sewed corners, lift catches, . inside
lock. leather lined. All sizes.
$10.00 Cowhide Bag for $7.25
For men and women. Heavy cowhide with
patented corners, double-sewed edges, leather
lined. Three sizes. Seventh Floor
Perfumes for New Year Gifts
D'Orsay's Miniature perfume, Les Vio
lette and all other odors at $1.00 bottle.
Piver's exquisite French perfumes in
original bottles and all odors at $1.50
Silka French perfume in dainty cut
glass bottles, and individually boxed at
75c special. First Floor.
OUTFITTING DAY FOR THE BOYS
$1.50 to $1.75 Flannel
Sues 12 to 1 4. Hay all-wool
fUnael in tray, tan and blue. With
Of splendid quality corduroy in
uc and golden browa. Full cut and
Uped seams. ?ues 5 to 13 year.
Coats' Now $3.95
Larr? variety of pattern. AC-wooJ
tatrruU. Sue 6 to I 5 year.
$1.50 to $2.50 Boys
Of fine FT.h flannel in tghl and
dark fany stripet. made with military
collar. Sue 6 to 14 year.
$1 to $150 Laundered
Blouses Special 39c
Of prc!. ina-lrm. and rinffham
in tight and dark faw-y .tripe. Some
with collars to Raich.
$150 to $1.75 Fancy
Shirts Now 98c
fj -vt Irvcch flannel, basket
wtuci. aouurttc and fancy crepe.
iS snappy pattern. Swn with Ctl
Ur to match. Sar 12 to 14.
Of AH Wool Serge and Mixtures Ue
Reg: $7.50, $8.50 to $1350
Our fml stock of cuHom taJored boy suit, made of the best all
wool fabnc. in Norfolk coat style with loose or Hilched bell, box
or knife pleat. Just the stylet and pattcrrs that boys like. Pants are
full Ijned throughout and made with taped seams.
For style, smart appearance and staunch durability, these suits have
never been equaled at anywhere near this extraordinarily low price.
All sixes from 6 to 18 years.
Victory Suits With 2 Pairs Pants $4.95
Better Than Most and Equal to Any $6.00 Suit Made
If you want a good looking, sturdy suit for your boy a suit that
will outwear any other suit sellmg for S6.00-buy a "Victory"' suit
for him. I le a well as you will be pleased with their new style, their
manly tailoring and late patterns. Every suit ha two pairs of full-lined,
taped trousers. Size 6 to 1 7 year.
All Boys' Overcoats Lowered in Price
$ 6 Coats $435 $ 730 Coats $ 535 $ 8.50 Coats $ 6.85
$10 Coats $735 $1230 Coats $9.85 $16.50 Coats $1125
Warm, man-tailored coats that are made in the latest Winter styles,
bo and modified Balmacaan style, made of smart mixtures, overplaids,
cheviots and chinchilla with convertible or velvet collars, single or double
breasted. Quarter or full lined. Sizes 2 to 18 years.
All Boys' Raincoats Now Reduced
$330 Coats :$Z3S $5.00 Coats $335
All $6.00, $730 and $930 Coats $435
For boys 6 to 16 year. Made of rainproof rubberized cloth in
slip-on style, raglan or set-in leeve. in Ian color. Also wool surface
coats m tan and grT mixtures. The best kind of coats for Winter
tttt. Fourth Floor
Broken Assortments of Our Finest
Boys' Hats to $3.00 for . . .
'At least fourteen different styles to choose from in
this lot of fine velours, plushes, French felts, shepherd
plaids and fancy mixtures of finest qualities: Sizes for
boys 2 to 10 years. Excellent hats for all kinds of wear.
wm rt a n.T.
Last Day of .the Old Year Is the Best Day
for Outfitting the School Girls and Children
Worth While Economies Prevail
Regular to $5.00
In sizes 4 to 10 years. In red,
brown or blue. Made straight style
with set-in sleeves and turn-down collar
or detachable hood. Also raglan cut
Special at $3.49
In sizes 4 to 14 year. Made of
poplin finish, heavy rubber lined. In
tan or navy blue.
Special $4.45 .
Heavy rubberized raincoats in
straight styles with belt. Button close
to the neck. Set-in sleeves. Slit pock
ets. Hat to mach. Sizes 4 to 14
Sizes 2 to 6 Years
To $ 5.50, special $ 3.49
To $ 6.50, special $ 435
To $ 835, special $ 535
To $1130, special $ 935
To $1635, special $1235
Of corduroy, zibeline, broadcloth,
velvet and wool plush. Trimmed with
fur. velvet, corduroy and self mate
rials. Hats to $2.00 for 98c
In sizes for children to 8 years. In
plain colors and two-toned effect of
corduroy, finished with silk grosgrain
ribbon bands and fancy stick-ups.
All Children's Imported
Hats at Half Price.
Dresses Selling at $4.00 1 ro
In Sizes 6 to 14 Years for j U
Of all-wool serge in navy, brown and green. In three dif
ferent styles, straight or waisted. Also Peter Thompson styles
in navy blue serge, braid trimmed and fancy tie.
Dresses Selling to $8.00
In Sizes 6 to 14 Years for
A pretty selection of dresses in checks, plaids, in brown
and greens. Some with deep yokes, with vestees and collars of
plaid silk, others with pique collars and fancy piping, and button
trimmed. Skirts are pleated. Also a few velvej dresses, plaid
Our Entire Stock of Girls' Dresses Reduced
In Sizes 6 to 14 Years
To $735 for $535 To $1035 for $ 7.95
To $835 for $635 To $15.00 for $11.45
Dresses of fine serge, fancy plaids, challies, Peter Thompson dresses,
dresses of combination silk and serge. Made in all the latest styles,
showing the new straight effect with loose belts, some with smocking,
others fancy vestees, lingerie collars and cuffs; regulation and low-belt
styles. Plain or pleated skirts. In plain colors, plaids and fancy
Peter Thompson Dresses Reduced
In Sizes 13, 15, 17 and 19 Years ,
$10.00 Dresses for..$ 7.95 $12.50 Dresses for.. $9.95
$15.00 Dresses for. .$11.45 $20.00 Dresses for. .$15.00
All of navy blue serge, made in the regulation Peter Thompson sailor
style, with pleated or plain skirts. Also the American Girl dresses in
this assortment, which are especially adapted for the intermediate girls.
All Serge and Velvet Dresses Reduced
$935 Dresses for $7.95 $16.50 Dresses for $11.95
$20.00 Dresses for $15.95 To $32.50 Dresses for $19.95
For the junior girls and small woman. Of silk and serge combinations
and velvet combinations. In navy blue or brown. Fourth Floor
Candies for New Year Gifts
Novelty cretonne-covered boxes filled with chocolates, 75c. Large
flat box of banquet mints for 50c 1 lb. chocolates 50c box salted
almonds, 80c lb. First Floor.
For Misses and Small Women
To $25.00 for $15.00
To $32.50 for $19.00
To $35.00 for $24.50
In navy blue, green, brown and
fancy mixtures of broadcloth, serge
and gabardine. Trimmings of fur,
velvet, seal, silk braid and self ma
terials. Coat Offerings
For Misses and Small Women
To $10.00 for $ 5.95
To $14.50 for $ 9.95
To $16.50 for $1235
To $25.00 for $17.95
All the newest models in fancy mix
tures, heavy coatings, in navy, blue,
brown and fancy checks.
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TEACHERS MAY WED
Chicago School Board Not to
Punish Those Who Marty.
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GOV. HAMMOND DIES
Minnesota Executive Expires
on Trip to Louisiana.
SUCCESSOR IS REPUBLICAN
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ika I aMttal ta laa asra( ..iaa.
Yout2 Mr. Ilurnqnlt. Who la Only
SI. Ke-elretrd to Office He Held
I'nJrr AdrnlnNlrallon of
CLINTON". La, Pac JO. Governor
Wmfl'ld tcolt Htutimond. of Minnesota,
dld sujd.nly In a hotal bar aarlr to
day from a atrok of apoplaay. which
physlclana ld appar.ntly had hen
auparlnducod by a recent attack of
plomain polsonlnc. II dl.d befora
physician could arrlva.
Uovcrnor Hammond arrived bar
thrr day o to Inspect hla tenle
land and lumbar IntaresU In East Fe
liciana Pariah. Shortly after breakfast
Ooreroor Hammond went Into the
washroom of hla hotrl and a moment
later a frl.nd beard him croanlnK.
Kushlnjj In. they found th Uovcrnor
en th floor. II was carried to hla
room and physician w.ra aummoned.
but ha expired within a fear mlnutea.
Wlnfleld Pcott Hammond. IStb Uo-'
mor of Minnesota, waa Inauxurated a
year aao. followlna; hla election on th
temocralle ticket. I'revlously ha had
served aereral t.rms In the National
House of I'.epres.ntaUvee. belrtr seot
to Waahinctoa from th Second Minne
sota district. He waa unmarried. II
are born November IS. 114 J. at South
boro, Worc.atrr County, Xlssacbu
setta. Ha waa educated at Dartmouth
Collrce. where h waa craduated wtlb
the eta a of UH. II came to Minne
sota aa a Sonne man. waa admitted to
th bar and began th practice of law
at St. Jaroea.
ST. FAIT. Dec. J. J. A. A. Burn
qulit, Ijeutenant-Covernor of Minne
sota, waa aworn In aa Governor thla
afternoon. Ha aroaa from a alck bed
to receive th oath of office.
Mr. Burnqulst la a H'puMlcan. hav
Inr been re-elected l.leutenant-Gov-nor
after aervlna; In that position dur
Inc th administration of Governor
tiarcrnor Pumquist was born S4
years aso at Dayton. la. II la looked
on aa on of th most progressiva men
in atat a IT a Irs. He first made a rec
ord for himself in the lower boua of
the Stat Legislature, where be served
during the ISO and 1911 aeaslons and
In tha extra session of 1 S 1 -
4 INDICTED FOR FATAL FIRE
rtolltlinjr and Miirt factory Owners
Vntler Ilond la Xew York.
NEW TOrtKT, Dec. 30. Edward L.
Diamond, bis wife. Celia Diamond. Sam
uel Parkin and f-arauel Simon were in
dicted today on charges of first and
second-degree manslaughter growing
out of tha deatha of IS persona in a fir
which destroyed th five-story Dia
mond candy factory November
Mrs. Diamond, aa owner, and her
husband, aa agent of th building, were
charged with failure to provide ade
quate fir protection. They pleaded
not guilty and were held la 110.000 bail
Tarkln and Simon, proprietors of the
Esses Hhirt Company, which occupied
th. third and fourth floors, were charged
with having maintained a locked trap
door on th. atalrway. in this way caus
ing a majority of th deaths. They also
Pleaded not guilty and wer held In
fiooo ball each.
Miner Splurjcea, Dies.
JOrLIV. Mo, Dec IS. Th body of
-Big BUI- Weat. th "Death Valley
Scoiiy" of th Joplln dlatrlct. waa found
near th outsklrta of town recently.
Tha folic beileva be committed sui
cide. West mad flt.OOO In selling a mine
a short time ago and spent the money.
Other mines of hi poaaeeslon went th
la Alsaka, Wast mad DO.OOt.
RUSE IS COMPLETE
British Themselves Surprised
by Success of Retreat.
TURKS WHOLLY DECEIVED
Dardanelles Itctircment Described
In Detail by Correspondent, Who
Says Possibility of Loss
Had Been Counted On.
LONDON". Dec. 20. Tha Reuter corre
spondent at British headquarters at the
Dardanelles under date of December 21.
ends the most detailed description yet
received from any source of the depart
ure of the British forces from the Suvla
and Anrac zones. While he evidently
baa been permitted to send only the
more ganeral facts, the dispatch adds
considerably to the Information hereto
He emphasizes particularly the sur
prise which all the British authorities
felt at the complete success of their
efforts to hoodwink the Turks.
Nearly Ererythlnc Removed.
Tho withdrawal was completed in
tha small hour of Monday morning."
says the correspondent. 'Soldiers,
guns, horses, mules, transport vehicles
of all kinds, tha entire reserve of am
munition and nearly all th stores
wer removed from th beaches under
the eyes and under the guns of the
powerful Turkish army, which never
realized that th operation had begun
until some hours after the last officers
of the beach parties had slipped into
the picket boats and steamed away.
"Th probability of a withdrawal had
been reckoned with by the British
troops for many weeks. Field Marshal
Earl Kitchener had made a careful
personal examination and kept his
counsel, but not everybody else was so
discreet and there really was little ex
cuse for the Turks failing to realize
what was in the wind.
Probable I.osa Carefully Counted.
"The question of the probable loss
had been carefully weighed by the Brit
ish higher command. That the thing
could be done without loss entered no
body's mind. The problem was to with
draw several divisions and their
equipment, occupying; a front 20,000
yards long and hardly anywhere more
than about lt00 yards, ana at some
points not 60 yards, from the enemy's
trenches, and embark them from the
beaches, which nowhere were beyond
fieldg-un range of the enemy and at
many places were actually within rifle
"Th Turks occupied the higher
ground all around. Nearly the whole
Suvla area was visible to them and the
main embarking beach could be over
looked from snipers' ridge, 1100 yards
being 91.4 per cent of the total sub
scription, the Overseas fTcws Agency
announced today, this despite, the fact
that only 75 per cent of the total Is so
German Loan Largely Subscribed.
BERLIN. Dec. 28. (By wireless to
Sayville. N. Y.) Cash payments on the
third German war loan reached 11,111,-
900.000 marks on December 23. this
Motter Barrett & Courts
Fire Ins. Agency
209-10-11 Commercial Blk.
2d pnd Washington Sts.
"We carry large lines.1
Indigestion. One package
oroves it 25c at all druggists.
Baltimore & Ohio
New York Limited
Leaving Chicago at 5:15 r. St..
has been equipped with
sleeping cars .
Similar to the equipment
Leaving Chicago at 10:45 A. jr.
run solid without charge over
the shortest route to
And Are the Most Attractive
Trains From Chicago and
the Northwest to the
D. L. MELVILLE.
Traveling Passenger Agent,
208 Transportation Bldg.,
II. C. PICULELL.
Pacific Coast Agent,
643 Market Street,
San Francisco, Cal.