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THE OMAHA BEE: TUESDAY. AUGUST 8. 1922.
Problems That Perplex
The marriage oi Mitt Grace Eii
abetli C ruin of Jeffersonville Ind.,
to Lieut, Alfred M. Grurnther of
Omaha will take place Tuesday,
Annt 22, in St. AuRusiinri church
t Jetferionville. Mirt Crum i the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlei
I). Crum. She in a college graduate
and was active in Krd Cross work
during the war. Lieut, Grurnther,
mil of Mr. and Mr. 1' M. Omen
ther of thi city, is a graduate of
West J'oittt in tin cls ol mv,
which numbered -'"H men, and in
which he stood third, lie served
ovcMcafl during the war. Although
now stationed at Camp Knox, near
Louisville, Ky., Lieut. Gucnther ex
pect to he transferred to rort
Siulliiisr. Minn., in September, and
it is there that the young people
will make their home. After a short
wedding trip in Michigan they wiM
spend two weeks with his parents
Miss Risser to Wed Norman Curtice.
Mr. and Mrs. Georue H. Risser
of Lincoln announce the engagement
of their daughter, Marion, to Nor
man Curtice, son of Mr. and Mrs
Ross P. Curtice. Their marriage
will take place August 23 at the
Kisser home and they will make
their home in Omaha. Miss Risser
has attended the University of Ne
braska, where she if a member of
Kappa Kappa Gamma, and she also
attended I'inc Manor in Massachu
setts. Mr. Curtice is a graduate of
Lawrenceville school in New Jer
sey, and has attended the University
of Nebraska, where he is a member
of Beta Thcta ri. He was abroad
two and a half years with the Amer
ican convoy and after that time
f pent a year in Rumania as attache
to Col. Haisey Yates. He is now in
business in Omaha.
Miss Margolin Engaged. '
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Margolin an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Mary, to Max Moser of
Lincoln. The wedding will take
place after Christmas.
At Lake OkobojL
Mrs. J. E. FiUgerald of Omaha,
who is at Lake Okoboji for the
summer, . entertained at bridge last
Thursday, when her guests included
Mrs. Roger Holman, Mrs. J. H. Mor
rison, Mrs. S. K. Hanford and Mrs.
R. A. Newell, all of Omaha. Among
the other Omahans who are at
Crescent beach this month are Mr.
and Mrs. E. G. Schreiber',. Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Standeven, Dr. and Mrs.
J. C. Moore and Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
For Motor Tourists,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Vorhees
have had Mrs. Catherine Clarke and
daughter, Mrs. La Rue Hoffman,
Miss Helen Clarke of ' Summerville,
N. J., and Mrs. Le Roy Twining of
Des Moines, la., who have been mo
toring through from the east, as their
guests. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
Vorhees gave a picnic for the vis
itors, and Monday entertained for
them at the Brandeis tea room at
TS T" t
ror miss Burgerc.
Mrs. F. P. Kirkendall enter
tained informally at luncheon at her
home Monday, honoring her sister,
Miss Florence Burgert, of Toledo,
O., who is her guest.
by removing Jhe cause!
Just put on one of Dr.' Scboll's protec
tive, soothing Zino-pads. So easy, yet
. hurting ttops in one minute; healing
, begin immediately. The only treatment
1 its kind.
Zino-pads are thin, ; antiseptic, water
proof and absolutely safe! Getaboito
, day. Atyourdnjggist'sorahoe dealer's.
Sites for earns, callouses, bunions
Had In the UientarlM of TtM Sekotl
Mfc Co., maker of Dr. SeboH's Foot
Caasfott Appliances, ARh8apports,te
Put one on the pain it gone t
CHANGE OF LIFE
Proof That Lydia E. Pinkiam's
Vegetable Compound is of Great
Help at This Period
Metropolis. Illinois. " I have
taken Lydia E. Pinkham'e Vegetable
lLompouna and it
is all it claims to
be and has bene
fited me wonder
fully. I had been
sick for eight
Imonths with a
I confined me to my
bed and was only
I able to be up part
I of the time, when
II was advised by
Smith, to try Lydia E. Pinkham'a
vegetaDie uompouna ana uver
Pills. I was so much benefited by the
use of these medicines that I was able
to be up and about in two weeks. I
was at the Change of life when I be
gan takiogthe medicines and I passed
over that time without any trouble.
Now I am hale and hearty, do all my
housework, washing, ironing, scrub
bing, and cooking, all there is to do
about a house, and can walk two or
three miles without getting too tiqedL
I know of several of my neighbors
who have been helped by your medi
cines." Mrs. Emma Culvkr, 705
E. 7th St, Metropolis, Illinois.
You may depend upon Lydia E.
Pmkhara'a Vegetable Compound.
II if Tl
Mrs. Ned Wirt left Sunday (or
two weeks in M. i.oun.
Louis Miclent it taking the lake
trip from Duluth to Wululo.
Mrs. M. C. Mclvers of Lot An.
gelei, Cal is visiting her lister, Mn,
P. K. Fredman.
Mrs. A. G. Heeion, who ha been
traveling in California lor the last
six weeks, will return this week.
Mr, and Mrs. Meredith Mallory
of Des Moines spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. A. I). Mallory,
returning by motor Monday,
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Henderson
and small son, Robert, have recent
ly moved from Omaha and are mak
ing their home in Lincoln.
Miss Bemice Dunn, who has been
on a vacation trip to Grand Rapids,
Mich., with Miss Vera Hot of Lin
coln, is expected home this week.
Mrs. Charles Vorhees plans to
spend three weeks with her sister,
Mrs. J. h. Blanchard, at I-air bury.
Neb., and will later go on to, Colo
Mrs. John Ford and son, Alfred,
of Dakota City, have been the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Weston for
the past week. They are returning
to their home Tuesday.
Judge and Mrs. F. W. Messmore
of Beatrice and their guest from De
catur, 111., Mrs. H. C. Kick, were
week end visitors of the judge's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. .Messmore.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Webster and
Mr. and Mrs. John McCague plan
to leave the end of this week for
Star Lake, Wis., for two weeks.
Mr. Webster and Mr. McCague will
make the trip by motor.
Miss Dorothy Davidson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davidson, is
visiting her grandmother, Mrs. W.
S. Davidson, at Port Huron. Mich.
Her brother, John, who is the guest
of James Pollard at Point au Baril,
Ontario, Canada, will .torn her Au
gust 26 and they will return to Oma
Fritz Koeni? will sail August 14
for Europe where he will meet his
.mother, Mrs. V. H. Koenig, and sis
ter, Miss Madie, and will travel with
them for two months on the conti
nent before returning to Omaha. He
left Omaha Monday.
Miss Anna Mararet Snow, who
has been the week-end guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Clarke, spent last
week in Lincoln visiting Miss Louise
Leonard. She left Omaha Monday
for Duluth, where she will visit her
sifter before returning to her home
Happy Hollow Club.
One hundred and forty-five reser
vations were made for supper parties
Sunday evening at Happy Hollow
Mrs. L. M. Holiday entertained five
fuetti at luncheon Monday and Mn.
oseph Weeth had five.
More than 100 reservations were
made for supper parties at the Field
club Sunday dinner.
Mrs. Guy L. Smith will entertain
14 guests at luncheon Tuesday at the
club, complimentary to Mrs. M. C
Mclvers of Los Angeles, Cat., who
is visiting her sister, Mrs. P. K. Fred
man. Dr. Fast Docs Research Work.
The Rev. J. W. 0. Fast, pastor
of the First Methodist church, Oma
ha, and Mrs. Fast, who have been
spending their vacation in the east,
have just left Newport, R. I, for
Pittsburgh, Pa., after a two weeks'
visit at that shore resort.
Dr. Fast has taken advantage of
his stay at Newport to spend some
time in research work at the Boston
For Kansas City Guests.
Nelson Updike, 11. entertained
last evening at the Athletic club roof
in honor of the guests of Frederick
Nash, jr.; Albert Gustin and Thomas
Beeli of Kansas City. The visitors
plan to leave today by motor for
My Marriage Problems
Adels Garrisons New Phase of
"REVELATIONS OF A WIFE"
Are You a Speed Auto Tourist?
In planning your automobile trip
this year don t decide on covering
a long distance every day, thereby
giving yourself no time to see the
things which are interesting along
The point of your destination each
day may not have half so much that
will really please you as some of the
spots in sections which you passed
in your haste to progress to hurry
up with your proposed schedule.
The real autoist the tourist has
He knows how to travel and get
the most enjoyment out of a trip.
He plans every day to keep his
eyes open to worthwhile things en
Hard and fast rules of covering a
certain number of miles, usually a
long journey each day, robs motoring
of its real charm.
There should not be the strain of
many miles every day.
A speeding auto trip leaves one
more worn out than when the start
Do not make miles, but enjoyment
the object of your vacation in your
MORE TALES OF
BYa ARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
x Cuify's Dream.
For several doys Mr. Bear hadn't
been quite himself. He was fretful
and forgetful. Mrs. Bear knew those,
signs of old. She knew that, her hus
band was turning a certain plan over
in his mind. And she began to wor
ry, because what Mr. Bear had in
view was very, very risky.
At last she said to her husoand,
"Don't you do it, Ephriam!".
Wh-what's that? What do
mean?" Mr. Bear stammered.
"You leave Farmer Greens
alone, said Mrs. Bear.
He gave a guilty start.
"How did vou know that I was
planning a trip to the pigpen?" he
"Mv eoodness. Eohraiml Don t you
suppose I've known what you've been
thinking about , for days? I can al
ways tell when youre hungry lor
Mr. Bear smacked his Hps.
"I'm going down to the farmyard
tonight," he announced.
Oh. dear! I never want to see an
other pig." Mrs. Bear declared. "Pig
pens are dangerous places. You re
member Farmer Green shot at you
the last time you were at his place."
It was nothing, my love, Mr.
Bear assured her. "There's no dan
ger. It will be very dark tonight."
"Let me go with your young cut-
"NO, indeed! iou stay at nomeana
behave vourself. And if you mind
your mother, tomorrow you'll have
all the pork you can eat.
Cuffy could see that it was useless
to tease his father.
"If I'm very, very good will you
give me a wnoie pig an ior my
own?" he asked.
Mr. Bear smiled. ".Don't worry,
Cuffv 1 You'll have more pig than
you can eat," he promised.
1 1 wish the child had never tasiea
fresh pork," Mrs. Bear told her hus
band when Cuffy had run out to
play. "He'll visit the farm buildings
himself some day, tor he 11 never dc
contented until he has a whole pig.
Mr. Bear smiled again. "He has the
right stuff in him; at least he will
have, after he has eaten a whole pig."
Mrs. Bear knew -better than to
argue. She knew, too, that to try to
stop Mr. Bear's trip to the pigpen
would only be a waste of breath.
After he brought home a pig and
dined heartily on it he would be in a
fine humor. Then he would promise
her anything she asked of him and
forget it the next time he was hun
gry. That night was an anxious one
for Mrs. Bear. Her husband was
away on his dangerous errand. And
she was so worried that she forbade
the children to mention the word
"pig" in her hearing.
At last, after she had dropped into
a doze, a great puffing and snorting
roused her. She sprang up joyfully,
for there was no mistaking the odd
noises that Mr. Bear always made
when he returned from a successful
"I've got a big. fat one!" Mr. Bear
called. "Wake up the children!"
In about two minutes more the
whole Bear family was enjoying a
feast. They ate until they could eat
no more not even Cuffy. And then
they all turned in and went to sleep.
Later that night a deafening roar
brought Mr. and Mrs. Bear to their
1 tbomjt?. pitf 'waf tryinJto
rvraOtow bv n i
feet so suddenly that they both
bumped their heads, against the low
; "Catch him! Stop himl He's go
ing to eat me I Help! Help!" It was
Cuffy's frightened voice that bawled
those dreadful words.
His mother seized and shook him.
"Wake up!" she cried. "There's -no
one here but our own family. You
must be dreaming."
Cuffy Bear sat up and rubbed his
"I thought a pig was trying to
swallow me," he stammered.
"Nonsense! Go to sleep," said his
And to Mrs. Bear he said, "That's
the child that wanted a whole pig
all for his own. Ha! ha! ho! ho!"
Mr. Bear laughed heartily. Hay
ing had a big meal and a good nap
he was in a fine humor. But often,
when disturbed .at night, he roared
Can anything be done to help a
little girl of 9 who often hurts her
self slightly because of a certain
awkwardness for instance, running
into projecting corners, tripping on
This little girl would be helped by
gymnastic or dancing lessons.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard C Stovel,
formerly of Omaha, announce the
birth of a daughter, Annabelle
Louise, at their home in Minneapolis.
At Auto View Rest
On Saturday the Omaha Business
Woman's club had places for 38 at
dinner at Auto View Rest. Other
reservations were: L. M. Platner,
four, and F. O. Beck. six.
J. H. Wood entertained 5 guests
at dinner Sunday; F. L, Lowenstein
had 5; C W. Adams, 3, and Dr. J.
F. Langdon. 2.
Th Surprise That Awaited Madge
Nervously shaken and mentally
oeiotexed. I drove home from the
Shelter island ferry where Harry Un
derwood had bidden me so strange
1 wondered whether he had told
me the whole truth about himself, hit
relations with Grace Draper and his
position in the gang oi which he
spoke so flippantly and yet so con
vincinaly. 1 nuriled over some
points in his story, but the confi
dence my father placed in him
caused me to dismiss them a of no
importance. And yet back came
point after point of Harry Under
wood's storv challenging my belief.'
One instant I felt that 1 was too
credulous. 1 he next I pondered the
possibility that I was foo suspicious.
Curiously enough every mile of
the distance 1 rut between myself
and Harry L'nderwoods powerful,
almost hypnotic personality increased
instead of lessened mv conviction of
the essential truth of his story. And
despite my resentment, I found my
self genuinely glad that his strength
and his infinite resourcefulness were
to be pitted against Grace Draper's
"Are Our Guests Cone?"
I put my hand up to my blouse in
which I mechanically had fastened
the scarab pin which Mr. Underwood
had so dramatically twisted from his
tie and put ino my hand. That I
must devise some safe and secret
place for its keeping, close to my per
son, I knew, but I was not equal just
how to any connected thought upon
that subject. Yet I realized that I
could not return home until it was
out of sight.
I pulled my car to the side of the
road, stopped it, and took from my
bag what Dicky teasingly calls my
"emergency envelope," a small one of
strong manila, which I fashioned my
self, and which contains my motor
register, a personal identification card
and a five-dollar bill. I stuck the
scarab into the card, thrust both in
to the envelope, and returned it to
the bag, sure that it was reason
ably safe from discovery. Then, for
the rest of my journey I mentally
went over the tale the pretended Don"
Ramon had. devised for the edifica
tion of the Smythe-Hopkins family,
until I was sure that I was letter-perfect
But when I reached home I found
that I had no need to rehearse it. The
damaged cars had been removed
from the roadway before the gate,
and Lillian met me at the door, with
eyes, which in spite of her iron poise,
told me that something unusual was
Are our guests gone? I asked
"Very much so," she retorted.
"They would have liked to have lin
gered till yoti. came back with the
latest news of their adored Don
Ramon, but I had something more
important on hand. So as soon as
Dr. Pettit pronounced them all un
injured, I packed them off with a
flea in father's ear. I'll bet he won't
offer money for hospitality to gentle
folk again. Besides, that girl, crude
as she is, took the news rather hard,
and I knew she wanted to get home
by herself. Harry s certainly keep
ing up the pate, fascinating a flap
per in a get-up like his."
I stared at her aghast.
"Then you know?" I stam
mered. She gave a jangled little laugh, and
I knew that she was more moved
than her careless speech denoted.
Not being quite an idot, of
course I know," she returned. "Here,
I don't mean that," she amended as
she saw me flush. "You were quite
right in attempting to keep the
knowledge of his identity from me. I
would have done exactly the same
thing myself if our positions were re
versed. But you were so anxious
that I stay inside the house, I was
sure something was up.
lhen, she smiled, when Mother
Graham recognized the family, and
told me of your encounter with them
in the Easthampton shop, I began to
see a light. The discription fitted
Harry perfectly, and Mother Graham
kept repeating that he reminded her
so strongly of some one she had seen.
So, naturally, I took a slant out of the
nearest window, and the eyes of
love, you know."
There was a bitter note in her voice
which told me that the discovery of
the pseudo-Don Ramon's identity as
that of the man whose name she still
bore had shaken her. But I was in
capable of any other feeling than that
of wonder at her insight, her quick
ness of perception. There was no
use trying to keep anything from Lil
lian, I said to myself crossly, and not
for the first time. -
"But I've no time to discuss Harry
and his foibles now," she said, "al
though I do want to quiz you a bit
later. But we have news at last. Dr.
Pettit just brought word that Joe's
mysterious friends have shown up."
What Lillian Told Madge About
Joe's mysterious friends?"
I repeated Lillian's words me
chanically. Indeed, for a second or
two I did not grasp what she meant.
The knowledge that she had recog
nized Harry Underwood after all the
care I had taken to keep her from
it, together with the startling revela
tion Mr. Underwood had given me,
made a combination upsetting to con
"Yes, yes! Wake up!" Lillian re
torted. "They have actually ma
terialized at last, and, better still,
they have fallen for Katherine. She
is to go with them as Joe's nurse
when they take him from the hos
pital." Her voice was filled with an ela
tion which I could not share. I saw
that her mind was completely taken
up with the triumph of a difficult
task accomplished. But mine was
obsessed with fear for my brother
cousin's gentle wife.
"Won't there be danger for her if
she goes?" I asked anxiously.
Two tiny white lines etched them
selves at each side of Lillian's upper
lio a signal to those who have ,
studied her face that she it strongly
"Of course there is danger for her,"
he said slowly. "Hut if I know
Katherine, she is not the woman to
hesitate on that account.
That there was a subtle rebuke for
me in her answer I was well aware.
I knew that she acquitted me of per
sonal cowardice, hut I was sure that
she subconsciously at leat resent
ed my putting my fear for Kath
erine's safety before the patriotic,
flaming veal for our enterprise which
consumed her own soul.
A Special Duty.
And then, as is ever her way, she
shut off the emotional possibilities of
the moment with a barrier of the
"Besides, our organization will see
that she is well watched and guard
ed," she said. "Can you pack a
steamer trunk for Katherine, being
sure that every article of clothing
vou put in has no betraying mark of
her real name?" '
With an effort I put away the
anxiety for my little friend which I
knew would haunt me until her safe
return to us, and answered with
"Of course I can, and will. Shall
I have an opportunity to see her and
find out what she wishes to take, or
must I guess at her selection?"
'We can see her only once before
she goes, she responded and that will
be a distinctly risky proceeding, al
though I have a plan which I think
will work out without any danger of
Joe s friends discovering her identity,
But Katherine has thought of every
thing. Dr. Pettit brought me a
memorandum from her, containing
concise and practical directions for
everything she wished done. I'll just
turn it over to you now, and you can
get busy on it after you've rested a
"I don't need any rest," I retorted,
striving to keep any hint of pettish
ness from my voice. "When does
"Whenever Dr. Pettit gives his
consent to Joe's being taken away.'
Her significant smile pointed her
meaning, and I interrupted it hastily.
"You mean, when you say the
"Oh! Wise young darnel'- she
paraphrased, and then immediately
struck a more serious note.
"Yes, Dr. Pettit will not give his
consent to Joe's removal until I give
him permission," she said. "But that
permission depends upon the actions
of another gifted gentleman in our
"Smith!" I ejaculated involun
"The same, alias Anton, alias
goodness alone knows how many
other names.- I'm expecting every
minute to get a report from Tom
Chester or Mr. Briggs that Mr. Smith
has taken his foot in his hand and
departed for a stroll m our direction,
He apparently has accepted Dr. Pet
tit's djctum that his wrenched ankle
cannotbe used, but he is such a foxy
customer that nobody knows what's
"tHC VAlMt CI VINO STQRVjl
10 to 50
On .Furniture, Rugs and Draperies
Stoves aii Refrigerators
Fumed Oak Rockers
Big Reductions on Used Grafon-
olas, Sewing Machines, Hand
Power and Electric Washing
Your Terms Are Our Terms j
Howard Street Between ISth usd IStta
STOP ITCHING SKIN
emo ine iean, Antiseptic
Liquid, Gives Prompt Relief
There Is one sate, dependable
treatment that relieves Itching tor
ture and that cleanses and soothes
Ask any druggist for a SSc or 11
bottle of Zemo and apply It as di
rected. Soon you will find that Ir
ritations, Pimples, Blackheads,
Eczema, Blotches, Ringworm and
similar skin troubles will disappear.
Zemo, the penetrating, satisfying I
liquid, is all that is needed, for it I
banishes most ekin eruptions, makes
the akin soft, smooth and healthy,
running through his noodle. How
ever, he's being very strictly witched,
to we'll know when anything does
break. Here is this memorandum of
Katherine's. If you need any help
call on me.M "Don't you think you
have enough on handr" I asked.
"I suppose you're perfectly care
free yourself," she retorted, then she
dropped her hand in comradely fash
ion on my shoulder.
"Whatever should I do wilhout
you, Madge!" she exclaimed, and was
out of the room before I could reply.
But I went at the task of parking
for Katherine with a heart from
which she had deftly extracted every
bit of the petty soreness I hid felt.
Fred Nash, jr., was host at pic
nic party at Rosemere lodge Sun
day evening when the honor guests
were Miss Anna Snow of Pittsburgh,
who is the guest of Mrs. Harry
Clarke, and his own guests, Albert
Gustin and Thomas Bcels of Kansas
Sarah Bernhardt, the noted
French actress, is a talented sculptor.
lU-menibt Julia A Men I
Dear WIm Ktrfx: 1 am to and
In love with a girl two yr my
jiyitor. I have known her three
ymr and have son) about with her
steadily, but as yt w have not emnt
to an undortni1ln. Kvery time
wa go out togethor It coat in a
treat deal, but I do not mind It. s
I lova her dearly and I ran afford It.
1 would like to com to an under
standing with her, but sometimes
ha acts very cold toward m, while
at other times sha Is very affect lun
ate. Khe knows my parent well
and I also know hera. MACK.
Uon't you know th atory of I'rln
cilia and John Alden? If you don't.
to look up Miles Htandish In your
history, or read Unrfellow's "Court
ship of Miles Ktandlsh." You're
younc to ! thinking of marring,
and I'm always Inclined to urge a
boy of your age to wait. Put if your
parent approve of your friendship,
and tt hn lasted through thre year,
maybe yours I an exceptional ran.
And that I why I am sending you
to a story which suggests that what
you need Is courage and self-confidence
not my help!
Taking Him Seriously.
Dear Miss Fairfax: I am II and
In love with a man of 20. He tell
m he loves m. but whenever a
younc girl cornea along sometime
sh la not even pretty) he hss aoma
remark to make, and If he I In a
position to look at her why, ha
ditesit't even seem to think I am
around, but continually keeps tellinsr
me how wonderful sha la I am
considered an attractive and pretty
girl and hava a lot of admirer who
seem perfectly contented hen In
my presence. Why la It I ran't bold
the attention of the 'young man I
Do you really think he Is tailing
ma the truth when h tella ma ha
love mer DOKOTHT.
You are dealing with a met boy.
Naturally ha Isn't stable In hi feel.
Inn or possessed of tha pntaa and
good tasie which tha year brlnr.
Ha may even ba teasing you and
amusing liltnaelf a bit with your
Jealousy. This I not kind of him.
Hut If you didn't take him and hla
lov o seriously you'd be far better
off, my dear
Miss Iretta Smith was Tiotesi
Monday at bridge, complimentary to
Mist Grace Marsh of Highland Park,
III. ami Miss Kancv learh fit
Minneapolis. Six tablet were let
lor the game.
loir, IteAMiMos fre J
Tuesday-Notions Specially Priced
Tuesday is a good day to attend to the "needles and pins V every
thing" on your shopping list, for notions are offered at less than
regular prices on that day.
Red-E-Trim Novelty Braid For any kind IfU
wash material, binds as It trims. Bolt,
Rubberized Kitchen Aprons, special
for Tuesday ....
Klelntrfs Shirtwaist Shield Small
dium and large sizes, pair
Kotex Sanitary Napkins Dozen, priced
for Tuesday at
Cushion Collar Bands A1P sizes, in Tues
day's sale, each
Mercerized Sswlng Thread 100-yard spool r
Perfection Hair Pins Bone or amber
color, box '.
Velvet Grip 8anitary Belts Priced
Tuesday at, each
Gilt Edge Darning Cotton AU wanted in
colors, 45 yards, 8-ply, 3 for
8upreme Dressing Pine 300 to the paper, O
special for Tuesday
Imported String Shopping Bags Priced IAa
for Tuesday, each
Warren's Featherbons Priced for Tuesday 1 r.
per yard J.Jl
Mareel Waving Irons Priced for Tuesday in.
selling at, each
Corset Laeas 8-yard laces, specially
priced for Tuesday at ..,
Pin Cubes 100 pins to the cube, priced
for this selling at
Basting Thread 200-yard spool, specially C
priced for Tuesday, per spool '
Children's Ribbon Trimmed Sock Garters Pink, blue and white, per pair.
Main Floor South
Continuing Our August Sale of
Fancy Linens at Half Price
Here is an opportunity to secure that coveted piece of hani embroidered
Madeira Linen at, just half the usual price. Or to stow away one of these
dainty boudoir pillows with insets of Italian mosaic work for a future gift
occasion would be decidedly foresight ed. All kinds of fancy linens are in
cluded doilies, scarfs, center pieces, lunch cloths, luncheon sets, napkins
and pther pieces.
Special for Tuesday Only
TURKISH BATH SETS at ONE-HALF PRICE
Beautiful matched sets, in color, 7-piece, 6-piece, 5-piece sets
Sale Prices 3.00, 4.00 and 4.25
Main Floor West
Special Selling Entire Stock of
Women's Silk Rolled Hose
Monday, at Less Than QCs
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the elastic cleverly concealed beneath the shirred cuff at the knee.
In this special selling are included some seconds as well as many
of first quality. In black, white and colors.
Main Floor Center
All of Our Remaining Stock of
Women's Spring-Summer Low Shoes
In pursuance of our policy of complete clearance of our summer
shoe stocks by the end of the seas on, we are offering further im
portant reductions on all spring and summer styles. Here is a
chance to effect substantial savings on that important expense
item your shoe bills.
Third Floor East .
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