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About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1922)
rilK OMAHA r.KK: VhUM.MAY. (ICIOUKR t. Vr'J.
In fulfil With Full Authority
hy Hoard of Triiatre B
fori Isrjft Amiifiire at
Uncol.i, tart. J (SiUI
Omrlea J'. Cobbey, former i'tir of
tli Kirt t'hrisllu:i i-hui. h t.f Omaha,
was ltmuurut''i ii'ali1riit of t'ut
nr c.ll; lihly at Hfllmny. The
Huttuny Chtlatl.in cliun-h, hr Hi"
'r-miiiy n ha-1'1. ' rrovuled to
capacity uli riivmbra of tha fac
uliv, th I h. 11 nl of trul. atudenta
Hint vInIiiiik frienils.
Tha irKiiftil vaa InvratiHl Willi
authority of his new nftli-o ami given
tint ki.s of tha rllKa by V.. F.
tniasel.y, oiriwlvnt of the, boaid of
1 1 liati-l-i..
In hla iilrH lu lh Ntuili-iits I'rea
Went I'olilx'V nrmwii hla hellef that
the atriall iliunli inlleKO la nwlfd in
durational ajatani of Iho country
xir at I ha vital rhrlxliiin eniphaais It
plmea on the life of the worlil.
t.ratr'iil for Honor.
"I accfjit the rnlifiny. ajrati-ftil
for the honor, hiimhlrd t.y the rrat
rraiMinailillliy and enthuaeil and stint-
ulntrat to Ulnmat aervla-ta l,y tha vision
of iinlirnllxd anvli-a-," ho txild.
Tha Wivm-ation una pronounced by
lir. William Prince Ayleawnfth,
ahaiiri-llor enierilua. Attorney On
ral c'liircnie A. Iii via gave a ahort
nrltlreaa, hrlniilng greeting from tha
alata of Nrhraaki. Oreerlnga from tha
college of the atata cuma I hrouKh Or.
John H. Helmet, president of J)oune
-oll"f; from the statu ai-houl hy
John II. Matzwn, atala awierlnlt.-n-dent:
from the Hial Ttwha-rs aaau
ciutlim hy W. M. Morton, pi-ettlilent
of the aaMocliitloii; from Nebraaku
I'lirlatlun churches hy M. 1-a Horey,
pantor of tha church at Beatrice, and
pri-alilent of tha state board, and
from th National Ilonrd of Kduril
tlnn by H. P. Prlli-hanl, general sec
retary. IW-Kan With March.
The ceremony began with a grand
march from the college building. The
procession entered the church a
Mies Alice Korensoii, hand of the d
partment of niuair, played the pro
cessional. Mra. Kvabelle Long-Fuller,
head of the voice department,
sang the opening aolo. Charles V.
Stevens, pantor of tha itethany
church, pronounced the benediction.
SOULS for SALE
By RUPERT HUGHES.
ftamaiiia tnaa.l-d 111 quae lira f fta.
aiiHi'r aitlun nM ainiiii4 ail iit ra
atmtutna atol itatliilutia that hili4 hT
imiji a Hi ilaualiier uf lii liv. hr.
!.!. lull Of III lllll ll.HH Uf iMUUlf,
Aalnt hr talhrr a ruimnaaila. aim t-un-i
nwJ la mm awrallc hrr lovtr, tlxuoj
ariuitr, an utualit, atfittail yuuiia inaft.
ioml tamir Ir iha ehuir at tiar lathra
i-buii-h. 1 hra rama a lliua whan nmi
(leatimaal Pram aalaralar.!
crul than the uVaixxa fur Ilia rmiia
Mnili.il only tnr thnr own a
giaiHluteineiil, but tha xulota haa ihn
itrrilila fault that tht-y lalHr weekly
for tl.e glory of thnr Otal.
Tha lata war of the nullum waa
fullowed In America, a rlaewhere, hy
a re. ruilrih nice of tha eiernal war
del ween enfine.1 morality and lib-
ll.ivli g cliw.-il tha aitliMina, the
agenta of vi.urloiia virtue tan
Unfa aama a ix-ajaily la fri'la't har.erty.
ni'irnr, nui miii. uMi.aiau la rvai liar i. ,..
i (-i .MUMI Hllll IIM, l, fl WliW .
nu.h..i ia .i.iii m an aiii..m-.i.ii. gi-.ii-1 aooui i-nwiiiK inouiig piciuia riouw"
Irni and riin.nil.r, iaiii".airn kaa. ap-on Hmnliiy, clipping whole a. ellia out
p.-ai.t lu Iir. Ili.tli.ii.l., iha family pUy r lilma and aubjeclliig them all to
aH'laii. i,,. i....i ...i .., 1.1
t rni.h rrnn. ahl.h Ik. .i.l k.A I,... " "I tiil-"
ufffrina rut iimhril Hi Mr an iioi'"r,i
lu ni.l.r a Inn lu Iha auullioaat. Tti.ra,
ha auaa.aiail, ha aaa ia many an Imag
inary man ain "I't tillll ilia quietly."
Mti CMlifMia.il In hi-r inulhar 111 aci-rat
of iha aiperi.il bah? anil p.r faiHT aa
aullinif Ii.Iiuiio aa a ilevll a
neeii and forbhlitliig aclnail tcailma
In auioke en In their own home.
The clgnrel, of which lilllliiiia had
Im.ii i-iiiiiiimeil by ihn triumphant aol
iiiilui .il lu appruta Ilia Irlp aa niaaarjr j tliera, actually banned lu many
tor l.ar imiiiti. , , amtea. In Kentucky preacheia and
..f". vaV. Ve.r.,v;7h fa. v-;: m,r . ': i;ii iw
Uiui.ua hint ion il. 1 lira ai-lnr. Hit. dull- j io.nii nm inn um iiimiii.iua ii.;.
fully wrni Iioiiik t ilrairihlna liar aii-.Hlue of evnlutn.il. In lllluola a re.
rouiil.r llh h-r "nlil fnaii.l." an liuagi- , mviuu. ,t , i n 11 i il v fi.il.n.li. Ihn leach.
Khum aha plan
Iiit iniainiary hua-
har "Mr. M'iii.Hi
II..I ialar to nial.
Hut her pinna fur tha Imaginary wedding
anrnuntere-t a ruda ahm k nh.il alia aicp
(ird frifin th. iraln In Tiii'auii and
iml hy It ilalbraiih, paainr t Iha Tlrn
. IiiiitIi ah. mi liar laihar hail irad to
look out fur li jr.
If the fineina, atore had been an
tug of the Mlheiatli' IdliH-y ci.in-ein-Ing
tha rouiiilnraa of the earth and
It a) revolutlona, about a illatant aim.
No lie waa ever too ridiculoiia or un
Juki, no alumler too vlcloiia, no Inva
al'.n of human rlghta tii oiitrHgeoua,
for thoaa who pretended that they
were eaving aoula.
And while, the inoialiata were dr-
opium den .Mem could not have nounclng the moving picture fur
hiienked nn.re guiltily Inlo It. j their wlckrdneaa, the rrltlra were de-
fli waa an ignorant of tha core j.aing them for their trlteneaa. But
ventluna thnt when aha put douiiMi.m wa neither mornhat nor artiat;
Dog Hill Paragrafs
By George Bingham
Little Fldlty Flinders broke down
and ronfeaaed today that he had eaten
aevi-rnl green water melons this sum-
nici. ami tncy did not hurt him, ex
cept when his ma found it out.
a a a
Site Kihtcw bought himself a new
pair of fihoes at Hoiiniling Billows
day before yesterday. Before closing
the deal Sile tried to find out how
long they would last, and the man
told him it all depended on how much
he wore them.
a a a
Atlas Peck says by the time a nuin
makes a living Mnd obeys all the laws
and keeps hia pants pressed, he hasn't
got much time to do anything else.
Nearly 13,1100 persons were killed
and 1.500,1)00 Injured last year in au
tomobile accidents caused by careless-
her money and a ticket sprung up
at her out of a slot, and her change
carne tobogganing down a little chute,
she lumped and had to be told what
W hen alio had found a seat In the
dari: hall she waa so Illiterate In the
staples of tlcltion that she tingled with
ek'.-lleincnt oer hackneyed situations
that left many a sophisticated child
yawning and gave never a pause to
the swaylrg Jaw a of the gum grinding
ci o 0.
There w-rr both novelty and convic
tion for her in the pseudo-Alaskan
Miiow scenes, thn bloodcurdling; escapes
from li Ml) at the hands of despera
does or the fangs of wolves, the bliz
zards that snarled the sledge dogs
into l intrlep of hopeless misery and
confronted the wayfarers with hid
Most of the audience knew the ac
tors and actresses in the picture by
teputalfeiu. had seen them In other
plctuiev, and read more or leas fabu
lous etorltu of their personal lives.
The familiar situations rehashed
and warmed over had the charm of
old Hiios remodeled again and again
l.y Intit'iied parents for Insatiable
l.'ut Mem was experiencing nn ngl
tnilon such as she had not known
wince lust her mother told her about
I.ii.tlo Ked Hiding Hood and growled
hie n wolf, showing long white teeth.
One thing impressed Mem amaz
ingly. She had Just seen a handful
of aletpy people at the oncea week
praye. meeting. Here she saw a
paiked house, (he fifth packed house
that day, and it had been so every
day of the week.
It was inherent In certain natures
to be solemnly convinced that what
ever draws crowds should be stopped;
whatever a great many people want
t see or do must be put out of their
rerch. The principle is simple and
direct: the public is a naughty child
that cfinnot be trusted a moment: the
moralist Is nurse and must take away
from It everything it reaches for, and
force it to take whatever is supposed
to be ifoo-l tor It.
Hissing and reproach are the por
tion of the man who resists the altru
istic cruelty of zealots who would
save his soul in suite of him. The
zealots have always been even more
she was a young woman Watching an
Hhe was seeing Tom llolby risk life
nnd limb ill the defense of beauty.
Hhe was seeing chivalry defying thn
cruel north and glorifying womanhood
with knightly reverence and service.
There was something Homeric In
the plot, If one could forget Ita age.
In Homer's Work a war wag waged
for a woman, and women walked
through all the pues the on-eyed,
the laughter-loving goddessea and
their shining daughters, Helen nnd
Iphigenia, t'resflilii and Andromache,
Nauslcaa and Penelope.
In a Inter day, Vergil would show
a hero who ran away from a lan
guishing queen, but Homer's warriors
fought for women. Where Vergil tie
gnn, "I slug of arms and a man,"
Homer cried. "Sing. Ooddcsg." The
llrrak tragedies and comedies were
about women. The mediaeval ro
mances concerning them, the plays
of tthakespeare. Racine, Mollere, and
all the others devoted themselves to
the woman problem. Kven Dante
oi-lebmted an ideal townswoman, and
Iho most, poignant scene in his "In
ferno" was the coupled tragedy of
Paolo and Francesca da Klmini. Sex
had always been, as It must always
be, the main theme of tiino-tenlhs of
fiction. To attempt to fetter lis dis
cussion was only to emphasize It by
represaion and change the symbols
without altering the meaning.
Mem's r.oul w as young; 1. si III In
lu.bUed the golden age of epopee.
Simple, direct anxiety of sex for sex
a tiVw and wonderful to her. She
was astounded at the courage of Tom
Holby. It wrung her heart to see him
plowing across white Saharas of snow,
to S'.e him challenge the barroom bully
and beat him down and stand, torn,
breeding, and panting, over him. It
melted her soul to Bee hla tenderness
with the girl, the waif of fortune,
whose indomitable purity had with
stood years of life In a gambling hell.
Iteliig h woman, she waa not iiiite
convinced (f Uoblna's superaalntly In
nocences, l-u' she had no doubt of
Tom Iiolty as (ialahad. And when he
begged the soiled dove of the Klon
dike to honor him with marriage,
Mem wondered Is such a parfait gen
til knight might not be waiting some-
isloia to tea. ne hrr front igitoimi.y
j I J bllaa
i When til pi. I in a wu ilia, d and
' up. n Tuiii rli-iii hliig I;. Mil I I In
.lug dual, and the lii,liia went up
'Hi tr Ihcati-r, leiealiug u Aiianiia
u !lrlici Inalrsd of an AUahiin. ll- .
lil.'e, alia aliflo-d and luae to fitce In r
lom-'y l"n.ii.g Imuae.
j t llAITFH XV.
' Aa Mi-m went alowly out wan b
Is'iatgllng crowd she was uw
, h. lined with a Iniirllneas . life, for j
love. f..r ai.me una in lie tit fr ler '
nnit uphold her III tha deep watiS a. I
and then fur a !' of lliv vpn'eil '
wines, of iiiiiiJiiiv. I
Hi n ied aloud In lb silence of ,
her ns'iii for Klwiaal Farnaby l
come back and help her, to rome
Iihi k and claim his rlaht in the apltm-
, dor of existence, iltif sprang at
her like a pmna leaping iIumii fn.iu
u tree and tore ner vtnn ruiwa an
anguish, set fangs Into her heart and
In her room as sne f.k off her
clothes with llallea hands alia re-
I ineinbered her parents, Nha had not
written to thrill for two iIh)S, and she
had not cartled Mr. WimhIvIII for-
rhe sat dnwn and b.fcnn a letter.
j I'.t ci ) tiling sue roiuii iinoa air 10 wma
Invoiveii some iitinciiuy. nun oe
sciIIh'iI her Hi-rival at Tucson, her
uirprise at lielng met by Mr. and Mrs.
tlulbralth, Mie aituanilereil feckleaa
pinlae of her father for his ever
watchful prolecllou and the comfort
of feeling that he atid hla prayers
were alwavs on gunrd. Hhe iirHlsed
the (lalbralths for their thoughtful at
Thrn she flung tha pen down In
disgust at the hypuriisy a.f her word
and In revolt at the deep damnation
of her whole i, Inn. Hut rebel aa she
umil.l nil., miiait i-.i mi. Kh i-nlllil I
not turn hack now. line thing was
cerlaln-she must free herself from
the (lalbralths; she must get out of
Tucson. hhe must lecoiii Mrs.
Woodvllle at once.
Ufa would not wait for her. Hhe
waa like a serial writer at whosn
shoulder was like Jiosioleffaky, sick
and confused, but unable to escape
the necessity for tilling the pages as
fast as the Ink ronld run, unable to
recall any written page since It wns
printed almost before I he next wss
written. And the title of her serial
wss also "Crime and Punishment."
Her crime was not ruthless murder,
but reckless creation. he had nut
driven an old woman out of the world,
she was reluctantly dragging a child
into It, yet society was aa eager to
rind her out and disgrace her as the
For a night and a day she paced
(he Jail of her room and beat her
brains against the in in bars of her
problem. She could not break
through. She could not worm her
way through. She had no Imagina
tion, no inventiveness, She wss Just
an ordinary girl who wanted to keep
fii.in Iturtit.g siitlx-lv .aitij jii,.
p. If M mulify iliiti, mi
e-1.1- w.. tnnpteil li aii, 4 l' I'imIi
Ml... a "Oil a.iiin ot l.illiila and a a
l.inl m mlii hla niiilliiiitl V, but alio
Ul aa rt h j. In U. r tl.e It 1 1- a.' . a ! 1 1 of
n. Willi a nil in- .a fct and uti ild
In line ( i,,im nl IliHiie. rba
iii..l i.i i miiii a wra-k t.n a latur to
1 1 due .iiol g..: and Iwaidea, her author
Hna lit snail a ill-Mil. e lliat he a- uld
tu t mill, i l Hid I lie rina i geiicy. Il la
r i II for Hiitlo'l a t" ke i III i li-ae linn h
h III lb. ii- plti; ai d pl. t H. e i the
M.a would (it. .Iml.lv h,ia given up
tl'tllig If a bit of luik bid not be.
tiillrii ha-r. It was her habit aif mind
to credit to It Irlciilliig Providence,
V' I..-11 tl.u. went wi.mg aha l.lnu.d
l...f win n il. i y l. a a till n I'd
III lallatr aiita bleaaid l.i.nen Mia
k4tt ailvine iuio in the vny bun
k'tiiig of l ira illiiatillii a Hull k pi b t
(ml. lie mtti un- -l Ittllitlm
I fat Ha t aial 1114 9aiaaaaffal I
How ami a t'liiia-tful spiia lie
li -lit. I t into a Iniini T
I Hv developing two HllliW" Tli" I'e
( iiilniia fjllll and li e e.ne uf liiiiimr
of the uilnu nn inliria of the f.imily,
: Truat liioie, bud l.iiiKh liiui v: Tli4t is
'a gisal fdllllly tliottu.
On luu Mike Hie hanie Mialaka
Are )ini one of tlione ieiiaiiin who
la .ilw .1 va Killing Into (rouble, .taking
,i h- f.n h hi ii, and tli.n la v.i) .iii
fiMllnl tit I be .line old llli ka?
oil ate ataiile hint beaanae anna
pi-rii to Ii.iii vim b.ne niuiliitrired
do not accept our uiK'li'sy giaae
Von wimib r wliv.
Voil ilii Idu that It la not win tit
whilr to liiiinl.la youiaalf a.i much.
If your aiineiily ia apirniily
.l..i,.t.-d, wb.it la tli u. af Myif f
lliat oll ia i.'l I ) 7
And ao von i ik.i v d at .n
thing win. It la viiui u fiiilt, (fi
liialrrol of l"iiifc m, ii'iuW tit any
you aia aoriv. wlit il l ou not giaa A
Mile tin nr tl.i.iitll to )our dai'lalint
la do l Ha l
Il l f ji ta s In. Ii nmi i nut pi. mi lea
Voor fiinnla know this. - w liethi-f
you invnii.a ita truth or not.
but la Hie lie of racualng a per
aim who la an be.. Ilea lb.it the un
pl.'ia.H.t feature will I rrpeatad
I have amnai ibplll to )niir ttiouglit
and to oiir wmk.
Cain ifpiitiitia.il fur not repeating
SIMPLE WAY TO GET
RID OF BLACKHEADS
1hre U on utmple, saf and nur wf
thnt nr fail to t rij of blftchhfadf.
that it to diviolv tlirm.
To do t his gt two ounrN of rnlonlt
powder from any dm jitore aprinkle m
littl on hot, wet apnntr rub over the
blackheadi brink ly wash the parta and
you will b turpriied how the blackhead
have disappeared. Big; blackheadf, little
blackheadii. no matter where they are,
imply dissolve and di nappe r, teavinpr the
parts without any mark whatever. Black-'
heads are simply a mixture of dust and
dirt and secretions from the bndy that
form in the pores of the skin. 1'inchinir
and squeezing only cause irritation, make
large pores and do not get them out after
they become hard. The calonite powder
and the water simply dissolve the black
heads so they wash right out, leaving the
pores free and clean and In their natural
condition. Anyone troubled with these
unsightly blemishes should certainly try
this simple method.
The Young Mother.
rpHE ILLS OF INFANTS AND CHILDREN should be so well known to the
youngest of mothers that a reminder or a repetition of the symptoms of illness
seems unnecessary, yet there are some mothers who overlook a feverish condition,
a little colic, or a disposition to be irritable. If not corrected they may lead to
serious sickness. And to correct them, to bring Baby back to its happy self, is
so ea'sy by the use of Castoria a medicine prepared just for infants and children.
It will regulate the bowels (not force them), aid digestion and so bring quiet and rest.
Fletcher's Castoria has been doing this for over 30 years; regulating the
stomach and bowels of infants and children. It has replaced the nauseating Castor
Oil, so-called Soothing Syrups, poisonous Paregoric and other vicious concoctions
in the homes of true and honest mothers mothers who love their children.
Those mothers will give their babies foods and medicines especially prepared
for infants and children.
J Ail 1
WHat THit Buffalo Physician
Ha Done, For Humanity
Tha p tni wat. t api! of
W l''v f M'lflaUs X. t . wl"aan
In 111 A omi maw I l lai.a
pf.ti.. niedl-ma in l'nali.la
aa I oat aa. wa tar M ' e I t hia
. til '' I '! !'.a
Ha wati J '" l' '"1' "
I I ili t. ti. f r-rt h .- " -li
) )1 .r.fV, t ISkiui t.il.1
f.-.- )!. f M ara. r "-"a' '
U fiviH a f-.rn.ul '
iu.i t at. a !a.-i. a d aaa if
! Il d It iaa a ! "4
1 a a'.' f ea'iva -!
ii in.vi..nta fU.'i'a etat t
tla t. -.I tt l ' I. ".
at iy aia (c t." r-! It "
Ut t" :unm .! If
Piaiaa liU Mti.t Na..-vf
a ,. im t a a-."! "
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hSet ContgnW ISTluid Pfwfwl
frrrT..a .a ui;c!iT.
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(iartrfirnro ad fc1-!
1 a iti n a
V1 k-.JiiaMri t
Children Cry For
A Word About Truth.
"Groat ii Truth, and mighty above at! thing. " So iiti iha
014 Tftument, yet it ia equally true to-day. Truth khovi ig
fiTor, fara no eaemiea.
From the iaceptla c( Fie tcher'a Castaria, Troth hai bttt the
watchword, and to tha cosKieatioua adherence to thla motto la the
prpafaila tt Fletcher'a Caatoria aa well aa ia ita advertkiag it
doe the acret tt iu popular demand.
Alt imitatioat, alt (ubaUtutM, all Juat-aa iwh! preparations
lack the element ( Truth, link the tighteouaaeaa ef btn, lack all
erabiaate even ia tha wurda of th.a who would deceive.
and yol Mothermni'ihera with the fate of tha World ia jruer
hand, caa J N devolved f CerUtaly n.'t.
Fleu-hei GuU'ria ia prepaid f jr lafanu aad Childrta, It ia
diatlnctly a remedy tot the little ae. The UABY'S need I r a med
klae W take the plava of Caato? OU, Paie rW aad KithUf Syrupa
tu tha a)e thutight that Ui t It d wovery. Kever try U correct
BAIT'S treaWea whk a aaodkiae that yea would fvf youraelf.
aonttea iHti itt) Mavtt fi M ow M eutTj m MUho t ttii
GINUINC CASTORIA AtWAYS
Uar "ff a4 Vfiaar--
Mniighl(i Qm&B at Attrasti Pirkg
Eliminate the Wash Day Problem
For it in the mont tiri'mnnp wurk uf woman' wt-ek. During the week of Oc
tober 2 to 7, a upeeial factory demonstrator, R. V. McCarthy, will explain in detail
the advantages of the
(.Tht. quality ia liuilt into every
part of th Una M inula Washer. It
will laat a lifetime. It Hoca the
hard work uf Viaahilay the wash
ing anil wrinicine. The cyprem
wood tub kcpi,thi water hoi. The
peg dolly waihea tha rliithes clvan
in from fi to 12 minute.
Priraa ranfa from $79.50 to
$128.50. On tjr paymant tarmt.
The One Minute takei fare of
the heavy work of the wanhitifr.
With practically 110 effort, it
waahea the clotht'i eaft-ly and
cleanly. Come in during Demon
lit ration week and learn about our
plan that allown you to pay for
your One Minute with the money
that the One Minute auvca for you.
Burgaaa-Naah Hoaaaa Fiaraiahinfa Saclisa Faurlb Flow
Perfection Oil Heater
Save your coal
bills hy using
an oil heater
eled and nick
Make Windows Attractive
New Ruffled Curtains
Thia scoop ia made of good
quality steel, with strong dur
Made of heavy eorrugated
galvanized iron with strong
handles. Fine for carrying out
ashes or cinders. '
Machine Needles in all makes,
2 tubes of 4 needles, 25c
Roberts' Gold-Eyed Needle in
all sizes, 25 in package, 15c.
J. P. Coat,' Thread in all sizes,
J. P. Coats' Mercerized Thread
in all colors, spool, 5c.
Basting- Thread, 250 yards on
spool, 3 for 25c.
Romper Elastic, washable, 12
yard bolts, $1.00.
White Rick Rack Braid, yd., le.
Mercerized Rick Rack Braid,
yard, 2 He
Needle Books with all size
needles, 25c up.
Monarch Gold Safety Pins,
4 sizes, 2 cards for 25c.
King's Sewing Thread in black
and white, dozen, 39e.
La Mode Shirt Buttons, 2 doz.,
Fancy Colored Buttons for
trimming, 2 cards, 25c.
Sew-on Corset Garters, 2 for
Children's Velvet Grip Gar
ters, black and colors, all
sizes, 35c to 50c.
Itutiaaa-Naali Main Flar
New eurtains for bedroom win-,
down. These are 2'i yards low
and ,11 inches wide, in plain or
dotted voiles and marquisettes, all
daintily ruffled. The ranpre in price
in this group fjnti3 faVor with all
$1.39, $2.25 and $2.95
Table Runners Laundry Bags
Beautiful silk tapestries Made in our own work
and moquet velvets make room of pretty figured
these table runners. remnants. Large size.
$4.00 to $10.00 $1.00 and $1.25
Burasa-Naah Drapary Shop Fourth Floor
This Week's Specials in
New Congoleum Rugs
Our Fir it
of the Season
Beginning Wednesday, the
Tea Huom opens the season of
the Tea Iiatmant, Kvery
Wednesday and Saturday
thereafter from 4 until (t w
invite you to drink a cup ard
to tread a measure in our
Taa Raaai Aavaalh Floor
Program, 2 P. M.
Slides, "Care of Kaby."
Lecture, "N o a e and
Demonstration on how
to dress a baby.
' Auditorium Fifth Floor
A number of Wear-Ever alum
Inum articles are (frouped to
gether at one price.
4- quart Windsor Kettle, with
II 1-8 inch heavy Frying Pan.
5- quart Preserving Kettle.
3-quart Sauce Pan, with cover,
Wear-Ever Pie Pans
.3 for 89c
Deep pie pans, inches wide.
Double Boiler, $2.39
Two-quart Wear-Ever double
Burtaaa-Naah Fifth Floor
-National Congoleum Week, October 2 to 7, a time
in which to purchase this attractive floor covering at
much below regular prices.
. Women who had intended buying new Congoleum
rugs in the spring will reconsider when they realize how
great are the savings at this time. Stocks ,of patterns
and sizes are entirely complete.
9x12 $14.95 7-6x9 $9.30
9x10-6 $12.95 6x9 DricPfl na lrtur ai 7
$11.15 18x26-inch mat., ea 39c
Ruriaaa-Naaa Ruf Shae-Jiath Floor
Wafles for breakfast on these
cool mornings cannot be beaten
when made on one of these cast
iron, hiph frame round irons.
Special for Wednesday.
Two cups flour, 4 teaspoons
baking powder, i teaspoon salt,
114 cups milk, 2 crks, 1 table
spoon melted shortening. Sift
together flour, baking powder
and salt, all milk to slifrhtly
oeaten yolks. Mix well and add
to dry ingredients. Add melted
shortening and fold in stiffly
beaten whites of .eggs.
Houaafumlahinfa fourth Floor
Laces and embroideries.
Dainty Val insertions and laces
in a variety of patterns and
Fine while embroideries, 2H
inches in width, specially priced
A.ir.i. Naah-M.i, floor
Very Special Prices on
A Few Used Machines
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Now Hum .... $10.00
Needle, ttoafit ...,I5
at ah Sa Moaaaae tiaa-laaili r Im,
Kxceptional vahus theft
ummI mat Inner!, for the
price are those seldom
found on dependable nia
chines. All are standard
makea that have been re
built to jfive years of
Mandard KuUr, $20.00
Helta, t'oh 16c
White lplin, 'artl, 22c
A hev witrfhl I't'i'ltn in iinaub ni Hiair that
i ei' ili ilair!le tnr 11 hm-' iiif.u tn and fur huii'v
dr . Aii r eptioital lue at -i.t 22c a )ail.
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Those "Much. Talked of
Mannish Top Coats
Are Real Valu es
StylUh anil k1 IiHtkinc fur
bt twt't n.fit-a.stin wt'ar. At $16.75
can you rv$hi tht ttmtutU to
own mich yn tntii.-ptujiubk jjur. ) v7Tv
mont a.i a .Hcrviccahle tictat? f 1 1 (
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coats trimly tailored of at um.!, xf i "
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