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THE OMAHA HIT.: SATl'RDAV, NOVK.Mr.Kll 11.
Mrs. Howell Is
Mi. I: ifrMiirr H'twtil p
polntM Mre prvmflotii of th Turiday
Mufti'dl club ty Urn hoard of dlrec
tori t a itifftnijc f riiUy morning t
tho Imiithi of Mm. M WllhHm, Tti
fTitp su Ifft vnrant by lh dMth of
Mm. i . T. KmuiiI', Mm. Arthur
MU h m ai'iNiinUrl rlmiWKU of the
(ouri"y c nitioiiti , nlno filled former
ly ly Mrn, Koiliitz,
'.KoIuli'iiij drawn up by th Hub
fwirfury, Mm. A. J Uun, and adopt
d !' th club, r.id:
W ipur-iin, If it it will c-f hr Ifan1y
Fih-r i (k frimi u, our fr.nl, M
Jfurr-i tiount anil, i
vinn inn nrr uhihiim'i iiiifr'Di ?n in-
jitogfftB if fiiifvir m ttr own rlty, Ifirnugti
hr ifm r of orjfmitsaMMi a trilnf
or f9 h"N"l of ffirriora, Hi Tui'1ir
Mutl'rfl iju'owet rnurh of i Jvirp-mi-lit.
lir Tlmt hall guy $ loving
t r liHi'n lii hr iniMtry li y it rlvintf l
fulfill hrr ronti l'( Wtt uf li ultimstf ij-
fio'ia 1 (it lo M.4. kuuifU', Klnfior
mul I tftttrimii K'Mjntx un an ripicnalon of
0'ir jrin,iihy. anrl a i jy prd
upon lha iorla f th Ttj"'iay Muakal
For Armistice Ball
Mis Head Host'.
Mm Z'lllnn Hiisbln hum honor
j( ili'Ht ut :i bridge and handkerchief
suowcr Friday, when Mln Lillian
ilrnd was hostess, Tint guest In
cluded the Misdame James Ilunsuck
r. Donald l,jie mul the JIlssis ld-r-nice
Wilcox, l.iiiil Iviitlirnp, Kleanor
tm lf n( it, Iylin nurnplt, Dorothy
Darlow, KatliTln Denny, Winifred
iMiilfh, I'm if llii a CimkI. Huturdny Mlxn
LoiiIki- Mi hwnn will be hotrM to
firintiln at brldffit.
On TlmrMilay of next wpI( Minn
Beiiii'n MilyurRpn will rompllment
Minn HiIhIiIii nml on Frlilny Mln L1''U
nnr t'nriK'iitcr will lie hir hoti.
fi. D. f. Hrailhury rntiitninel at
luiilKO Tlmr'l!iy evening as a aur
IrlM In honor of Dr. Dcadljury'a
Mrlhilsy. Arimnar llm kiichI were
JWr. ait'l Mrs. WIIIIbui UJII Clark",
v.hn jilnirfil 'iitiilltii-rttH wlih Dr.
Jiruilbury. Kriday Is Iho S.'tli wei).
iUnz anirivi'lHuiy of Mr. and Mrs.
Th oIIit ginsts inrluded the
Mewsis anil McHdHnvs Jaok Hliarp, J.
Siirniners, Kuiiincl Dakford, J. 1C.
FitKriald, Colt Campbell, George B.
Kddy, Mrs. Doly and Mrs. Ilalght.
To Notre Danic Game.
Mr. and Mrs.- K. A. Crelghton n. I
uns with Mrs. ( 'reinliton's father,
W. J. Conncll and Mr. and Mrs.
Karle Connell and Mrs. ConncM's fa
ther, Clarenrn floof, ' will upend
Thaiilmglvlna: In Lincoln with Mrs.
Croighton'a sister, Mra. Isaac M.
Ttayniond. Jr., and Mr. Raymond, jr.
They will all attend the Notre Dame
Nebraska football game.
Grandson of Mrg. Nash.
A son was horn Wcdneadiiy to Mr.
Hud Mis. Nnh Cuitan of Bun Kran--lso.
The baby boy Is lha great
grandson of Mrs. K. W, Nash of thla
city. Mr. CarUin's mother was the
lute Mrs. Hurry Cartan, a daughter
of !rs. Nash.
For Mrs. Mitchell.
Mrs. M. C. I'eters had 10 Btiests to
lino w 1th her las-t evenln at her homo
In honor of Mrs.' rhlllp Mitrhell of
Ronk iBliinil, 111., who Is hor guest.
Hartl Times Party.
l nnl f.m V IT ttilMinl? 111
nitnrtuin 2t guest Saturday eve
ning at their heme at a hard times
.Mr. and Mrs. Grant Tarsons an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Marjorle Isabel, to William
'' 'A J 1 1 ' '
government la taking care of ti serv
ice men, Miss France Nleinan, local
president of the Women's Oversea
gervke league, soul: "The government
1 making every effort to rare for the
disabled soldier, but there are a num
ber of needy ex service mill who were
not dlabled in service. These, me
are trying to help."
The oversea girl will apear In uniform.
MORE OF HIS
3lAIu? VflTT RAIIFY
Dr, and Mrs. Jf. C. Suimiey returned
Friday from an eastern trip.
V. K. Bifin Is registered at the Kirns
hotel In Excelsior Mprlngs, Mo,
Mis. W. h, Jtrayton left Friday for
Dallas, Tex., where he will visit rela
tives. Mr, John P. Hehree leave the lat
ter part of the month for a visit In
Mrs. Tlnley Comb lift Thursday
fur Washington, V. C where she will
spend two weeks.
Mrs. Louis Kalder of Nrw York
arrived Thursday to he Ihe guest of
Mrs, Miirtln Harris.
A thousand balloons, forming a flag
of red, white and blue, will stir patri
otic hearts Hut unlay night at the
Armistice ball to be given at the I'on
tencll hot"! by Omaha' oversea
Mary LydU Itowe Is superintending
the arrangement of these balloon on
the celling of the ball room and I
also securing allied flag for decora
tion. A chairman of decorations, Mrs.
Howe 1 lending all her artistic skill
toward the success of the hull. Mrs.
Kowe, stationed nt Tours, J'arls and
Hourges, wa a Iced Cross canteen
worker and hospital sturdier during
the wvr. After her return from serv
ice she engaged In girls' community
work, and only recently opened an art
shop at 100 Hoiith Klghteenlh street.
Proceed from the ball will go to
a fun? for the endowment of a hospi
tal bed for use of some needy ex-service
Answering the comment that' the
Mr. and Mr. Wilson J,ow have
taken an apartment In Hollywood,
t'al., where they are now living.
Ml Altnarlne Campbell will leave
Jnter In the winter for Cahfornlu,
where she will spend tho winter.
Mr. Churle Met, leaves the latter
part of the month to visit hrr son,
Phillip Met, of Duffalo, and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Norton, who
lav been residing In Grand Island,
have gone to Corning, N. Y., where
they will reside for some time. 0
Mr. K. If. Wnr-i' leaves next Wed
Mwlny for Jioonvllle, Mo., where she
will visit her son, Marvin, a student
at Kemper Military academy, Hhe
will also attend the Kcmper-Hhattuwk
Mrs. Frank Haller, who wa called
here from California by the Illness
and death of her husband, the l.te
Mr. Mailer, returned laht Friday 6
her honm In Lo Angeles. Mr. O.
W, Lltilnger, mother of Mrs. Haller,
will continue to make her home at
the old Llnlnger pluca at Nineteenth
and Davenport trcla.
Fatly (mm and Henrietta lien.
Fatty Coon wa always pleased
when spring ramo and tho birds be
gan to next. It was not, however,
that ratty looktid forward wlih pleas
lire to hearing the young bints chirp
ing and calling for food. What he
looked forward to was blrita' eggs,
lie liked egg. And at some i'anona
of the year eggs were hard to g-t.
After the nest In Hie trees were
empty Fatly hud to turn elsewhere
when be v anted an egg for hi break
faxl or his supper. That was why
he sought the acquaintance, of Hen
rietta Hen, down at Farmer (ircen'a
Now, Farmer Green had plenty of
other hens. Hut Henrietta Hen wns
tho best Utile- hen on the farm. Klitt
and her i hicks hud won a prizu at
the county fair. Having heard of
this exploit of Henriettas, Futty
CiMin decided that she whs the one
whone frl'tii'lnhlp be would seek, If
her chicks were so fine, then her egga
must also be excellent. And the best
was never any too good for Fatty
. Mr. P. Walstiom will entertain at
a dinner party Friday In honor of
her son, A. C. Walatrom's birthday.
Included among the guests will be
Mian Helm Tiurkman, fiancee of A.
The ladies of Hirst Methodist F.piu
ropal church will have a rummago
sale at 1724 Vinton street Saturday,
Xovemler 11, under the management,
of Mis 1'annie Perry.
The Omaha Society of Fine Arts ex
hibit at the public library, third floor.
Including two group of plcturea and
two bronzes, Is now open to the public
O. V.. Si Dance.
Ak ParT-en chapter. Order of F-Ast-'
em Stnr, w ill entertain at a dancing
party this evening at the Prettiest
Da K mar Social t luh.
The Dagmsr (Wlal club will bold
d.im-e at the Hwe.liili auditorium
Kiiurday evening, November.il.
Problems That Perplex
"Veil, psrlitps lwa ani pcrliapel
. wesn-t," she replied.
That was the reason why, one
morning, he crept close to tho hen
yard and peered through the wire
netting. He wa looking for Hen
rietta Hen. Which one waa he? He
Which of the Two
Dear Mis Fairfax: I have been
going out with a young man for one
year. He often Impressed on my mind
that we were to be Just friends. Two
month ago I decided I would make
the acquaintance of other boy and
girl Instead of Just being with him.
It proved successful, I met a won
derful boy and I liked him. He In
turn has been very attentive to me
and ha shown that he care for me
and that he wants to aettlo down.
Now the first one is demanding my
time and I feel a though I would
not like to give up my new ac
quaintance. A 1 the ort of a man who does
not like to work and I not ambitious.
I love him dearly.
B Is settled in businew and well
advanced. I feel a though 1 could
learn to like Dim.
What should 1 do? Should I be
practical and conxlder B or should I
consider A and forget R?
Tou cannot really admire a man
who has no ambition and who does
not care to work. Life is to the strong
and every woman respect the man
who is ready to do hi share of the
world' work. Don't permit yourself
to become the victim of a fascination
for a man who I Idle and selfish. On
the other hand, don't rush Into an
engagement with one man while you
are dreamirng of another. Give your
self a chance to know the second man
and to build your fenllng for him on
a. tlrm foundation. Your attitude to
ward the lirst man I probably one of
fascination and fascination doe not
last. The thing to do 1 to learn the
value of real feeling versus mere infatuation.
Pride Versus Love.
Iear Mis Fairfax: I'm 19 and love
a chap one year my senior. About
seven months ago this chap informed
friends of mine that he cared for me
and that he would like to meet me.
When I was Informed of what he said
I made believe that I didn't eare and
said sarcastic thing about him. When
he htard this he became bitter In hi
actions and ignored me entirely. Now,
Mis Fairfax, I've grown to care for
him and I think he still might care if
he knew how sorry I am, but I'm too
proud to give In,
Will you please Inform me how I
can make up and etlll hold my pride?
How about hi pride? When . he
wanted to meet you, you belittled film
and made a laughing stock of him for
the Joy of hearing yourself talk. Now
that you find you want to know this
young man, you are not willing to
make any sacrifice. This Is neither
fair nor practical. In Justice to him
and In all fairness, why don't you go
straight to tho people to whom you
said such sarcastic things and confess
that you are ashamed of your attitude
and would like to meet him and try
to make up for your ioiiy7
Write Her Again,
Dftsr Miss Fairfax: While visltlnjr
a married sister who live In a small
town I wa Introduced to a young
lady, who entertained me the few
day I was there. I learned to like
her, a I noticed ehe felt the same
way toward n.
I wa unable to make any appoint
ment with her when I left, but wrote
lier Immediately upon my return
riome, to which I received no answer.
What steps would you advise me to
ta,kc7 Would It be proper for me to
visit her home town again? M. .1.
Possibly the girl thought your noto
required no answer and that it wan
Just a formal one to thank her for the
courtesy she showed you while you
were visiting In her home town.
Hither write her again and ask her
If she won't bridge over the absence
by continuing the friendship In a
correspondence, or go to neo your sin
ter again and so make the girl realize
that you really are Interested In her
and that It wa not Just environment
and circumstance which threw you
A daughter, Helen Mildred, wa
born November 0 to Mr. and Mr. A.
II. Noalke at the Htewart hospital.
Mr. and Mr. K. A. Evan of Emer
son, la., announce the blrlh of a son,
Robert Lionel, at the Stewait hospital
On Sale Saturday
v iks i. -
l rmiiHi fc4 4
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BEATON DRUG CO.
18TH AND FARNAM STS. '
Phone your wants, wa deliver promptly to
all parts of the city. Jackson 0082.
Add Sc en the
dollar gr fraction
thereof on mail
orders for parcel
post and psckin.
. TOILET ARTICLES
25c 4-oz. Peroxide Hydrogen
60c Danderine i5
fl.OO Q-Ban Hair Tonic
30c Kolynos Tooth Paste
60c Woodbury Facial Soap
30c Resinol Soap 21 1
60c Beaton' Kmulion of Co
conut Oil Shampoo. . .39
50c Pepsodent Tooth Paste
Wilson Cleaner, the peer of
them all 35
11.25 rinauil' I.llac Vegetal
60c Odorono .-lii
11.10 Pjtos. for the teeth and
gums, for .73
11.00 Krank't l.emon Cream
for , 79
75c Staeomh, keeps th hair
in plare fl9
fl.fiO Van K Hair drower
11.00 lUrpi.ule 7J
$1.00 Gillette Razor. . .69
$1.00 Gillette Razor Blades
50c Durham Duplex Blades
$1.00 Auto Strop Blades
$1.00 Gem, Ever Ready or
Auto Strop Razors.. ,79
Guaranteed for a Year
$2.50 Velvet 2-qt. Combina
tion Hot Water Bottle and
Fountain Syringe, $1.25
$1.50 2-qt. Velvet Hot Water
$I.r.0 Yellow Cab for 08
15.00 Electric Curling Iron
60c Kotex, the sanitary nap
$2.50 Hair Clipper. .$1.19
$2.50 Electric Hot Plates
$1.00 Household Rubber
Glove, special )
We have the latest and most
popular $2.00 Goutorbe'a
Combination Roue and
Powder, new shades, lie
gonia and Orange, in gold
hinged boxes, special for
60c Goutorbe'a Rouge, new
shades, Begonia and
Orange, In gold box. .39
UJSlt) It i
r.i . it, HE
Jlf ai.WMI..r a.
Camel, l.ucky Strike.
i pkg. for 2
Per farten ,f., 25
lOf la t'enfeiin, Hounirt
P- f 2.50
10- I r t lMa! Ttr
Bei f 6 2.25
JOe I t J t uro Tr
lie rtre.sM M..M, Us
B' uf m,25
V Jli trill
ft- ail Mi U lf
M W att Mt l I anr III
1 pt. Norwich Milk of Mag
,10c Uromo Quinine. .. 23
30c Weeks' Break Up a lld
S0e l.ysol 21
$1,110 Mulford's 5 gr. Aspirin
Tablets, bottles of 100,
fl.MI Vlt4 Vim Tablets, liJI-
$.0 Tanla. 1M
0c KleUhr" Cailona, 22
Hoy nesinnl Ointment ., 2"
3,c V re ion
Nature's Remedy Tbii
II I"! IdjU Tonic J
Sie Msntholatuw .....17
' Sal Hepatu-a 2 I
11.74 lli.rli. k's Malted M.IK.
hiidl , 2. Ml
flO )ml Tr H-he. . . , S
ihfi l.nrigine . . , 27
II 00 l ltrtn , 7tl
ft 00 lmporte.1 Olive Oil.
1 nti Uthiiif AkuM, 94'.,
couldn't tell unlit he lieaid the
Uixiater speak to her and call her by
Aftvr 1'ihi h kept hi rye on hur.
crouching down In thu tall gias until
she atiuyml near huu. And then he
"Good morning, Mui Jleiii iiial"
lluiirit-li lieu sturti'd. Mi looked
all aiouin!. Tlin voice was a strangn
out. Mint couliln t think wlio could
li ailUruanlng her In that faahiou.
Kening imboily, she made no reply,
Fauiy l oon ri pt-iiti-d his greeting;
"(JihiiI tnuriiliig, Mis Hi nrlctta;''
And this t.niu ili ntlelta spied him.
j ".Mis.iiot ,Mlss!'' hh corrected
I him. 4" I she tossed her head in a
j proud way, bm auee she was pleased
t lo be sniKlcd out among all the flock
by the handsome sttMiigci.
"A alien,."' Fatty Conn U-gan. "1
1 have luiiio all the way from
Cedar Mwinip lo call upon )oU."
lliiiimiia Hen clucked loudly. Sim
hoped that the other hensand th
JUioslcr tco had noticed that sho had
"I'm pl'-aed to see yoll," she told
Fatly. "May I Inquire your name','"
"Mr. Coon;'' Fatty told her, though
never in hi life had anybody culled
"Coon! J la:" Henrietta exclaimed,
"you're no rtiallon. I hope, of that
person that they call Fatly Coon."
"Well, for a moment or two Fatty
didn't know what to say. 1 lo didn't
want lo admit that he wa Fatty
Coon, And hi mother had luugbt
him always to tell the truth. Hut he
had to make some reply, bo he said
heartily, "They say Fatty Coon 1
a rust-id. "
His remark seemed to satisfy Hen
rietta H"n. He moved (dosed to the
wire netting that separated her and
her caller, and beamed upon him.
"Kxcute me," said Fatty, "were
you thinking of laying on of your
That iiiicstlon pleased Henrietta
Hen. Not every one spoke of her
egg with so much praise.
"Well, perhap I wa and perhaps
I wiun'l," she replied,
"Jf you are," suJd Fatty, "I should
llko to c one. I was sorry I
couldn't go to the county fair when
you and your chick won the prize."
Jf Henrttta would only lay an egg
where he could reach It through the
chicken wire, that wa all Fatty
"I don't, a a rule, oblige strang
ers like this," Henrietta hesitated.
At that moment the Rooster came
hurrying u-p and upiet all of Fatty'
"Who' this person you're talking
with, Henrietta?" lie bawled.
All the ether members of the flock
came a running to nee what wo the
matter. The first to arrive on the
scene was an old dame called Whltey.
The liiHtunt she caught sight of Fatty
Coon she gave a loud squawk, wheel
ed about, and ran for the henhouse.
"That awful Fatty Coon!" she
Her mate heard her. And they
turned and followed her.
"Come, Henrietta! Come away!"
cried the Ilooster a he hastened
after hi family.
For once Henrietta took his advice
without question. With a loud shriek
Hhe half ran. half flew, Into the
henhouse, leaving Fatty Coon to
gaze, after her with a look of dis
appointment on hi face.
He knew that he wa not going
to have an egg for breakfast, that
(Lopynsnt, uzz j
Adda Uarri.on'a Ktw I'Sa.a at
"Jtevelations of a Wife"
tOw'shi it:: I
What l)iik)' Trlct:rii (msed
Madge lo Do.
Lillian's tittle, i j. hori el ton, whivh.
despite It. T reference to iny game
licMs, held a liny i-'UIiik doubt of my
Mile, spurred my numbed facilities
an 1 nii-i liuiiiciilly olx-veil her nml
read the tiiixl'iiin whims opening
words had so frightened inc.
It was listed lli" ti isc It t before from
'n 11 w in, N, V., a place uf hlch 1
never had heard.
"Come at once," It mil.l. "Dlsrcgnid
nil ncWMptiper tm lei.; inn ekplani
fully. Ami lu awful cuilun ruseing
nieft4 through no fault of HiiylKidy ex
cept biisvhoilleH. Miss Foster needs
you badly. I need you more, lie a
good spoil, sweet hcuit, and hurry up
"Lillian! Those ,Nenpaer!"
There followed the letter (if a
foollidl 1 It t Ut code low liicxsugc Willi ll
Dicky iihiiiI over the telephone. In the
hectic day of our courlHlup. It is
an obligation uf honor with us that
when, ellhir recites that to the other,
forgiveness must follow. Thin there
came minute direct ion for reaching
Calii win, ti ml Dlrky'a signature.
I am not quite sure of my first
reactions to this iislonlMiliig telegram,
1 know tli.it for a tune, which seemed
endless, I read and reread the appeal
my husband had sent me, but with
eye that saw nothing. There was
no Mound fiom Lilliannnd when my
own voice, lioarso and querulous,
finally broke the silence, I started
like a spurred burse.
"Caldwln," 1 wild absurdly. "I
never heard of Caldwln."
It' Up In the lietrk:t between the
Catskllls and the Adirondack." Lll
Han replied, and her voice was as calm
and matter of fact a If we had been
planning im ordinary weekend Irip.
"it's a long day's Journey from here,
"It will be no day's Journey for me!"
I stormed, all my ouuiigx sensibili
ties breaking at once nlo fi'-nsy, "1
am not going one step up I here, I
don't care what happens, lie can
JtlMt get himself and Miss Foster out
of any scrrpe he gotten Into. And
I don't ever ever ever want to hear
his naniH again!"
I sprung from toy si-at, rushed lo
the window and pullod the flimsy
drapery back of me ostrich like, as
I gazed down Into tho garden with un
seeing eyes, blinded with the hot, bit
ter tears I bud not wished Lilian to
The door cloned softly, and I knew
that Lillian had left the room. With
u sudden recollection, I dashed Ihe
tear from my eyes, rushed to the
door, threw It open, arid culled
"Lillian! TIiohb newspapers!"
She was but a few step from the
door. Him evidently had not planned
to go very far from me, and her an
swer was as prompt a if she hud ex
pected the question,
"I'll get them at. once," she said,
moving down the hall.
"Bring them to my room," I called
softly after her, then picking up the
'1 W lk
W onderf ul Offerings
Attractive beyond meas
ure with its unequaled
combination of timeliness
Styled Either for Sport or
for Dreat Wear
Not alone do these splendid little Coats represent re
markable values at such an amazingly low price, but
they express a well all that is smart and desirable in
style for tho little lady of 6 to 14 years. They're fash
ioned of fine AI.I.-WOOL velours and polo cloth ;
warmly lined throughout with suedine. The majority
of them have large beavcrette or opossum eollurj;
smart side and patch pockets. In eopen, reindeer, taa
A Sale of Hats for
The small ht i beiii wmn, ami a small hl
it nui't be. Tiiiirtiiv vu will thrm hio
t.l WiiiidruM iry. Tlire are f.lt, luhea,
vrlitur. an t lrrt in r. I. !'. .rt.
i ircy is .iita.ll "'t' inatiun 'h sd'e
. ipermtity tti-lmt t'i tv l,ne. Unit." )uur
ti, tickler U G.iHe Sunk
i ryry ( i .tri'
liiki.iiu wliii li I l .id ctuinpliil and
flung to the l-oiir, I i it'aeed lh hall
to iny (mil room, and tpieml the
t ll li 1 1 .Im In (Hit Hgiilll, lulling the
minute illiniums Dicky bud given
fur Hie Juuniev he wished Ine to make.
One part of my brain was in hot
Ichclllon, llm oilier w .11 iihiIIv, Im'
clmnlcsllv cMiinailiig the tak which
lay iN-fniii in, if I ilei iilnl to klttlit
Dliky's rnf licet. I tm-k u local lllii"
tiiblo fiom lni i, k unit iiii'iii-il it
D.ellnxlii ally Willi the iln eel inns my
hiihband hint m-til me. The fin-t tram
by nn aus nf Hlilch I could tnaku i nu
lled Inns wlih I h limn fm I'lililwin
would leave ti iilui InilopH'ii III four
hours, ii n 1 I Would I.. , i it 1 1 1 I t' i I lo
spend pint nf the ti Ik ' t In a slei ping
The wan s of my anger nml Iniiiilha
lion which had ,ii..-, u bit inllid
high atuin, and broke imr Inn.
"I will IK il go'"
I pol'n Hi" Words abnnl over II ml
over again, bill even ns I hiiIi) ilmni
I fouml tnvsiif 1.111111; ewifilv from
elowl to liieeeer drawer, unit putting
Into a bug the things I unuld line. I
for a slrirl sia' In a sirnuge place.
It wai. ns If siiioiihliig inn I1I11 my
tutu volnior wui di iv tug me I"
I'llll I M.I tif ciiinlui t wliH h 1 neither
sued tinr I'pprovfd
l.lllmii f.Mileteps outside lb ih"
hrouKiit my intiviilci " a sudden
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11 iluM iilnmly bialeii ilioruiighly.
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III a tnii slick with u tun leather
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a curb km -li li.imlli) nf Ivm y imd Isn
siuare'lnp and hsnille nf brown cniil-
lug frmil the center nf the
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Home, Sweet Home-
Where a Modern Electric Washer
Saves Mother's Time and Labor
The sweetest home seems sweeter by
mother's cheery disposition when for
all time she is relieved of wash day
An Electric Washer solves her house
hold laundry problem at lowest ex
. pense eliminates obsolete tub-rubbing
and backache shortens wash
day into a few short, pleasant hours.
A washer insures against needless
wear and tear of clothes from rub
bing. It- helps avoid the unsanitary
conditions often encountered when
clothes are washed elsewhere than
YOUR LAST CHANCE
To Share Our Cash Refund Plan
At easy-to-pay teims of $5 cash
and only $1.25 weekly wc offer
your choice of our THOR
MAYTAG or AUTOMATIC
Electric Washers 3 guaranteed
standard machines of recognized
$2 Refund Aivaits You NOW!
This mighty Electric Washer sale
positively closes Saturday night.
In the past month nearly 250 en
thusiastic women have grasped
this opportunity to own a washer
at such convenient terms. You,
too, may own one but hurry
Don't Delay Until Tco Late!
When 100 waaliert were aoJd we refunded $1
by check lo each of the 100 purchaters. When
200 wathers were told we refundad a total of
)2 to each of 200 purchaaert. You, loo, will
receive this $2 refund at once, at the purcbat
of your wa.her. When 300 watliers are told a
total of $3 will be refunded lo each of 300 pur.
chatsrt. Remember, I lie mot weaker anlil the
more w refund la each purchaser. Trll your
friendt In buy hir NOW.
Phone ATIantic 3100-
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Before Sale ENDS!
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