The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on November 14, 1915 · Page 12
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 12

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Sunday, November 14, 1915
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RSS3 FURS It is friendly advice upon our part to recommend early selection to those who contemplate making" Christmas gifts of Furs. With the unprecedented favor of Furs this season, there is possibly of a greater scarcity of some 'of the fashionable skins as the season advances. People who know Furs will appreciate the merits of our large stocks. Beaver Muffs, $25, $30 and $32.50. White Fox Sets, $4.98, $6.98 and $10. Red Fox Sets, $15 to $50 set. Blue Dyed Fox Sets, $50 to $75 set. Mink Sets- $25 to $100 set. Black Lynx Sets, $15 to $47.50 set. Hudson Seal Muffs, $78.50 to $35. Pointed Fox Sets, special $75 set. Natural Skunk Muffs $18.50 to $35. Raccoon Sets, $15 to $25. Muffs, $10 to $25. French Coney Muffs, $1.00 to $6.98. Neckpieces, $1 .98 to $8.50. Black Coney Sets, $3.98 to $16.50. We will bt pleased to sell any muff or neck piece of the above sets separately. B ig Store Buy ers Leave for St. Louis Mr. Isador Winnig and Mr. Moe Ettenson leave for St. Louis tonight to attend one of the greatest manufacturers' sales ever held in St. Louis. Mr. "Winnig will buy for the clothing department, furnishings goods as well as Ladies Underwear, Gloves, Stockings and Fancy Goods. Mr. Moe Ettenson will secure real bargains in Ladies' Furs, "Suits, Coats, Children's goods and everything for ladies and children. We will not hear particulars for a few days from these tw o buyers as they contemplate spending most, of the week assembling great specials. French Perfumes Have always been better because of secret formulae and secret processes Perfume? are French Perfumes made in America made by French chemists, who have brought to us all the choice secrets from the best French laboratories 1 1 Racarma Perfumes and Toilet ' r i 0 Preparations are the most delicate, SgfeSLy J I r distinctive, exclusive products ever a Jjjffcp B $1 Vy. offered under an American label-- 7j X ffiT Ask prticuLrry for L'esprlt Je Rot MMl ' Miijjl ) Ttticum -leUcteiy pwfturwd Soothing J by Soldinthbd duribfa? , jjjfjj j IW THE IO STORE & Iff iJLm THE BIG STORE causes too MUCH KANSAS ters hereafter to refuse to accept parcels post packages for Germany, Austria and Hungary. The order was necessitated by the refusal of the i steamship company which has been I j carrying parcel mail for these coun-- I tries to accept such mails no longer. PILE UP BIG SCORE (Continued From Page One.) WOULD GET TAQUIS TO DESERT TI1LAISTS ociety (Continued 6n Page Five.) first half and during that time he 1 put up a spirited fight. No gains were made through his side of tho line. Lindsay- outkicked Otoupalik, but as a general rule the Nebraska backs brought back the punts for Nogales, Ariz., Nov. 13.- Gen. Al-varo Obregon, the Carranza military commander .who arrived here yesterday, supposedly to influence the Ya- i quia in ueuerai rtauustu viuas army, to switch to Carranza, left No- j' gales late today for Douglas with his entire staff. General Villa and his entire force of about 2,000, left Nogales, Mex., op- considerable distances and nffset thp. Kansas quarter's efforts. Only a fewjPslte nere lCrQay Ior aiagaaiena, of the Kansas forward passes weie where he will confer with General Ur-successful and they were short ones. I balejo, commander of the Yaquis Probably 200 people from Leaven- contingent of Villa's army, worth attended the game. Many went j Before leaving Villa made a short nvpr hv train hut tho malnrltv rnlr I ....... y : r-v " J ::J speech in the plaza to a large crowd and his secretary read a long ad- advantage of the fine weather and motored to the Kaw Valley city. Among those who went from here were W. V. Hooper and family, M. dress outlining the principles of the Villa cause and declaring it was far B. Hamilton, Willis Vanderschmidr, , from dead. Joe Cranston, Eph Voorhees, Joe Voorhees, John Connelly, Don, Louis and George Steinhauer, Earl Merri-field, Gilbert Smith and several other members of the high school foot ball team.. Line-up and summary: NEBRASKA . KANSAS Chamberlain ...LE Reber Corey LT. James (c) Shields LG Groft Moser C Keelin- Abbott RG Reedy Shaw RT Frost Riddell RE Heath Caley QB Lindsrv Rutherford (c)..LHB L. Gillespie Proctor RH Holt Otoupalik FB ;.. Neilsen Score by periods: Nebraska Kansas Referee Masker, umpire J. -A. Reilly, Georgetown; head linesman McBride, Missouri Valley College. Time of periods, 15 minutes each. Nebraska scoring: touchdowns, Chamberlain 3; Rutherford, Gardir ner; goals from touchdown, Corey 3. Substitutes Nebraska: Cook for Caley; Reese for Proctor; Gardiner -for Reese; Rasmussen for Chamberlain; Kansas: Wilson for Reber; Palkowsky for James; Hammond for Groft; Meyn for Keeling; Ruble for Reedy; Lawellin for Frost; Wood for Lindsey; Lindsey for. Holt; McKone for Neilsen. It was reported here that the Villa garrison at Naco with the exception of about 100 men, left for the south, their destination probably being Her-mosillo. . MATCH TO NITROGLYCERINE. .0 14 13 6 33 ..0 0.0 00 Northwestern: And Three Boys are Fearfully Burn edTwo Blinded. Hutchinson, Kan., Nov. 13. Glen Sutton, 9, Clarence Barnhardt, 14, and Norris Nelson, 9, found a bottle of nitro glycerine in a turnip patch this afternoon. They set fire to it to see what it would do. They found out. Both Sutton and Barnhart will probably be blinded for life. All three boys were fearfully injured about face. first match of li holes by the evening of Saturday, November 20, 1915. will Prizes Winner, a silver cup: run-1 ner-up, half dozen golf balls 1 fv,rrflfien,t'i up The President of the field club has donated a cup to be-i Property of the winner of a 36-hole handicap medal play match. The. Joles of the championship match Thanksgiving Day will count as the first 18 holdes of this match; the match to be completed Saturday. November 27. 1915. This will be a two ball match. A special price of a traveling golf pag will be awarded the player turning in: the lowest attested total of 9 holes, i. e., the total of the lowest score made on each hole during the season closing December 1, 1915 Spe-cail score cards for this contest are available at the club house. A ladies' handicap match, for a suitable prize will be held Friday, November 26, 1915. if a sufficient number nf scores upon which to base handicaps are submitted prior to November 21. 1915. Players must register for each match before commencing play. In all matches other players must give way to turnament players. Handicaps must be posted on the morning of November 14. 1915. The rules of the American Golf Association as amended by the local rules will be strictly followed. . To prevent controversies and misunderstandings all are requested to familiarize themselves with the rules of both stroke competitions and match play. The etiquette of golf should be studied and be strictly observed. Police Make a Raid. Last night the "flying - squadron" was summoned to police headquarters and, led by one of their number, enveloped a house at 308 Seneca street, occupied by Mrs. Le-Beau. Several quart bottles containing what is believed to have been beer, and a jug partly filled with wine was confiscated by the police. The woman was placed under arrest and will appear before Judge F. K: Taylor in police court Monday morning on a charge of violating ordinance No. 2800. "So Parcel Post to Germany. Washington, Nov. 13. A formal order was issued today by the Post-Oflice Department directing postmas- RETIRED OFFICERS FAIL. Several Already Found Disqualified for Return to Active Work. Washington, Nov. 13. Of a score of retired army officers who have presented themselves for reinstatement in the active list under recent enabling legislation, several alreacy have been found physically or professionally disqualified and War Department officials consequently expect that few eventually will be taken back. Examinations are being continued, however, in various cities the examining boards reporting lo Secretary Garrison for individual action. THE DAILY TIMES 10 CENTS PER WEEK. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. FOR SALE. FOR SALE GOOD 3 -ROOM HOUSE cheap; terms reasonable. Inquire of John Trollman, 916 Osage. HELP WANTED. WANTED LADY OR GENTLEMAN demonstrator for out of town work. Pay every Saturday night. Call today, Lindelle Hotel, and ask for Air. lurpin. - , - We Will Show You How to Make Ribbon Novelties. Step in any time of the day you please for five or ten minutes and receive pointers on the making of some dainty Ribbon Novelty that will make an ideal Holiday gift. These are some, of the things you may make: Bags, Slippers, Sashes, Garment Hangers, Sachets and Rosettes. THE BIR THE NEW FUR TRIMMINGS. Winch Fashion uses with such lavish hands on Winter toilets elaborating everything from boot tops to veil borders. Ettenson-Winnigs offer a. surpassing selection of the most favored Furs in bands in various, widths and heads at strikingly low prices. . , . Try Make l&eady it or Jl hanksgivmg Lioen-Chioa-Silyerware-Ftuirnitiiire Our Annual Sale of Thanksgiving Linen This is the opportunity to make big savings on wanted Linens. Linens have advanced 20 to 40 per cent since we bought them in preparation for this sale. We are going to make this a big event one you will remember by offering you liigh quality Linens and reductions made on prices we paid before the- advance to their present nign level. we aavise Duying no w ior present ana future r x needs. Note these prices: $1.50 Match Linen, Per $2.00 Satin Damask, Per Yard $1.29. Yard $1.79. Our regular line of Matched Damasks; many patterns are exclusive and not shown elsewhere in this city. A good double Damask, 72 inches wide, per yard $1.29 $3.50 Odd Linen Napkins, Per Dozen $2.98. Full size 22 inch Linen Napkins, good quality of damask, assorted patterns left over from our season's selling. Tour choice of these while they last, OJi per dozen $18.50 Scalloped Square Table Set $15.98. A beautiful quality of damask Table Cloth, 81 inches square, scalloped on four sides and one dozen 24 inch Napkins to match. A good Table C C Qfi Set, per set ..... P O Extra heavy double Satin Damask, 72 inches wide, a beautiful quality of Linen in assorted patterns. We offer you an unrestricted choice of these high class Linens at, C f '7Q per yard M1 J $3.00 Linen Napkins, Per Dozen $2.69. These are odd Napkins for which we have no damask to match. A 22 inch Napkin, assorted patterns, your choice, dozen .... $2.69 $1.25 German Damask, Per Yard 98c. An opportunity to buy a fine quality of pure Linen Damask, silver bleached, 68 inches wide at a saving in price. Assorted patterns, per yard J R $1.00 Half Bleached Linen, 45c Mercerized Damask, Per Per Yard 79c. Yard 35c. A standard quality of pure Unbleached Linen 70 inches wide in widths of a quality we have always sold at $1.00 per yard. Your choice of these while they last, per yard ' $1.00 Match Linens, Per Yard 85c. Pure Linen Damask, snowy white, 70 inches wide in assorted patterns. A value in Linen that can hardly be duplicated Q C- again, per yard ,JM 64 inch Mercerized Damask in good weight, assorted patterns, looks like linen and easily laundered, per C yard $2.00 Linen Napkins, Dozen $1.75. Per These were a special purchase and we offer them to you at a price to close them out. They are a 20 inch all .linen Napkin, your ,p" ' $1-75 For The Table 35c and 25c Pure Linen Scalloped Doilies 10c Nothing adds so much to the ' appearance of the table as these pure Linen Scalloped Doilies - in either square or, round styles. Scalloped with either eyelet cr embroidery design. Doilies that you will want for bread boats, for under bread and butter plates, and one hundred and one different things. Regular 35c and 25c kind, 1 fl on sale ART DEPT. Dining Room Rugs Also suitable for chamber and living rooms. Alluringly tinted Domestic Rugs in colors that adopt themselves admiring-ly in dining and bed rooms. $22.50 Wilton Velvet Rugs $14.95 The Best Wilton Rug on the market in new oriental and floral patterns worked out with rich, soft colors in a weave that wears indefinitely. Size 9x12. Regular C 1 A CI C $22.50 kind, Thanksgiving special 4 3RD FLOOR. Silverware For Thanksgiving Splendor Ettenson-Winnig suggest certain pieces as especially useful at this particular season. $3.00 Set Roger Bros. Knives and Forks $2.35. Every one knows the standard, staple quality of Roger Brothers Silverware. As a Thanksgiving special, we offer a set of six knives and six forks in Roger Brothers' make. Knives and Forks are good heavy silver plate with plain handles, dinner size. Set always sold forC XC 13.00; on sale $iJD BASEMENT. China and Glassware for the Thanksgiving Table. You will need a new dinner set for the Thanksgiving Feast. We offer unprecedented savings in this sale of German China Dinner Sets. 100 Piece $45.00 German China Dinner Sets, on Sale $35.00. Decorated in pure white and dull gold. A Set that every woman will want and this is " the opportunity to buy it at a saving. Regular $45.00, 100 piece Dinner Sets reduced to $35.00 More Thanksgiving Specials in the Bargain Basement $2.50 Carving Sets $1.89. Three piece stag handle Carving Sets consisting of large carving knife of good steel, carving fork and steel to match set in a neatly lined box. Regular $2.50 CI fill set vpa.w $1.50 Carving Sets $1.19. Two piece stag handle Carving Sets consisting of knife and fork. Regu- $1.19 lar $1.50 kind, Thanks (giving special ...... $3.00 Set of Ramikans $2.39. Handsomely mounted Ramikans with 3 1-2 inch 'bowls of brown baking wear, white lined. Each Rami-kan mounted in a handled nickle plated holder. Set of six always sold for $3.00; Thanks-giving special J Your Home Made Beautiful With Ettenson-WinnigFurniture The Thaksgiving season is the timely occasion to remind you that Ettenson-Winnig Furniture is a rare addition of beauty and comfort; at prices within the convenient reach of every purse. " $1.75 Set of Six Goblets $10. Genuine Cut Goblets, large size generous bowl, cut with neat clover leaf design. Set of six regularly sells at $1.75; $150 Model Roasters $100. No need to fear that your turkey will be a "wee bit" tough with these self basting, double Roasting Pans with no seam or crevices to retain particles of dirt Made of heavy sheet iron and large enough to hold a good sized turkey. Es- $1.00 1 1 flint $42.50 Colonial Dresses $32.50. We picture here a beautiful Colonial Dresser with large beveled French FJated Mirror, size 30x40, in beautiful colonial design. Choice of either polished or dull mahogany finish. A rare bargain; always sold ti'l Cn for $42.60, no sv si.oo a -.vei:k buys it. mu tfiVIET 1171 $S.75 ROCKER $6-95. This is a large, roomy Rocker with automobile seat containing sixteen highly tempered springs tied together to guarantee comfort. Upholstered in good grade of imitation leather, , fin-'shed in golden or fumed oak. Lake cut; regular QC $8.75 Rocker $1.00 a Week Puts This in Your Home. Your Home Furnished On Easy Payments on $20.00 Library Table $16.50. We assure vnn nf a substantial savin this massive Librarv Table in erolden oak. fumed ' or early Enelisfe- finishes. Has two large shelves on each end holding as many books as an ordinary bn'oase. Laree . roomr drawer for pens, ink, stationery, etc. CIA Rlk vhere for ?2u.uu; special .v.w S1.00 A WEEK BUYS THIS. Sold, every wl

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