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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 190(5.
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This SolH Qak
Horn Chnr . .
The frame la made of solid oak
with hAiHkinmely carved claw fe't
and larn carved heads on aims.
Th eashlnna am full spring and
oovea -B-rth heavy French velour
of 'Yiandjiome . colorings. P;oriil
low price this week in our great
Kxtra large elite, like cut. six hol!e.
No. 8. large square oven, fully mmr
antead, elegantly trimmed in nlckM,
has- heaviest castings, etc. iiii,.ili
with warming elopot as shnv.n. Mv1
especially for Hart man cbain of 21 '
atores, hence the low price malu pos
sible. Your chance, for a high Riadu
range at a small price.
Tarmsi $3.73 Cash, 75o Weekly.
$2 90 Cash
$2 a nontb
$8.00 Cash 1 .
WYOMING HEAVIEST TRAFFIC
Cyci That Division of Union Paoifio Great
est TonRftWAfJ.uwess A
THREE HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE TONS MONTH
Strenvnna Activity of Harrlrann Ofll
etala Bring! Them Into Demnnil
by,-Other natlroada Over
Much has been written of the enormoua
bualness which passes over the line of the
. Union Pacific and which has forced that
road to adopt a system of double tracking
all the way frcm Omaha to Ogden. But
despite all that has been written of this
business few realise that a heavier ton
nage passes over the Wyoming division
than over any similar length of railroad
track In the world. This may not only be
ntws to the laymen, but to railroad of
ficials as well. During one month lust fall
343.000 tons per mile of road between Chey
enne and Rawlins were handled, breaking
all records In the history of railroading.
This may be one of the reasons that rail
road officials, who have served the Union
Pacific are In such demand all over the
country. The strenuous life they are
forced to .lead makes railroading on other
Unea mere play.
Last Day of Reduced Rates.
Friday was the last day for reduced
rates on grain from Omaha und most of
the roads made a clean up of all the grain
In sight. Some did not make an expeclul
bustle for this haul at the low rules in
effect, while others moved all that waa
offered. The Chicago Great Western had
eutl i(aJS from Omaha to Chicago in the
ten days. Ot-ueral Agent Churchill worked
the Independent elevator day and night
with two shifts of men and had two switch
engines at the plant under a trainmaster
for the whole- ten days. - Many of the
(rain men of Omaha have declared their
Intention to quit shipping (or the time
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Thus cried the hair. And a kind neigh
bor came to the rescue with a bottle of
Ayers H air Vigor. The hair was saved!
In gratitude.it grew long and heavy, and
with all the deep, rich color of early life.
Druggists have sold it in all parts of j
the world for over sixty years.
The best kind of a testimonial
"Sold for over sixty years." ;
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iml 0 ABsitttA Ter tae s'.ooa.
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LET 1IARTMAN FEATHER YOUR NEST
Making Most Extraordinary
The occasion is the annual roldsummer clear
ance. It's the time of the year when we close
out all small lots of goods loft from the sr-rlns
season' and sacrifice all remaining artlclee where
the long Hue of goods will not be carrloj In
stock another year. It's a sweeping clearance
a radical price reducing movement a most
e-xTraorairiary opportunity for you to buy at a
savin. Every article In the siore today Is cut
2 5 per cent or more most articles are cut 35
per cent. It's one grand bargain carnival an
. era of ecoromy for the people of Omaha for you
SOLID OAK LX.ENSION TABLE- (Exactly
like cut shown). Top alto. 42x42; S large square
legs, extends feet, extra well made 4 ei
elegantly finished, solid oak throughout if. 1
special clearance price for this week, only " "
Few Clearance Prices on Odds and
Ends of Furniture, Etc.
Iron beds, t or full slip,
lvavy tubing, new colors..,
Brass beds, best lacquer, new
designs, heavy posts
Sanitary Hod Conch-, the
regular 16 00 kind, at .....
Roll Top Iesks, griind clear-
u.ire, up from, only
Mantel Folding Peris, made of
solid oak. best springs
Oak Dressers, 6 new designs, all 0 e
have French mirrors 0,69
Chase leather, massive oak Cfk
framed, full nrlnff couches
Massive Oak I :venports, tin
coverings, worth 140, at ...
Fancy ffhoNtererN I'nrlor
Divans, mahogany finish ...
Genuine leather, l.irge Over 75
aturfeil nlatform Hockera ....
Thre--pleco Mahogany finish,
nicely upholstered I'arlor Bults
Five-piece Verona Uphulsteing 41 CA
fine Tarlor 8ults 61.4V
Solid oak, finely finished leather ie
seat rockers, at
New Colonial design, massive iQ Cft
Library Tables, oak .......
Quartersawed Oak Buffets, 3Oj 7C
values, now reduced to
China Closets In fine oak,
larre size, new designs . .
Elegant Combination Bookcase, 1 9 05
large mirror, special "
Iilbrarv l ases, open front, solid 7 OC
oak, nicely finished :.l,i
22 GREAT 8TORES THROUGHOUT THE
1416 - 1418 Douglas St.
being and to put the. wheat in storage in
Omaha. . .
The Burlington will run a special train
from Iylncoln at 6 p. m. Auguat IS to carry
the official party of the Grand Army of the
Republic to Omaha, where It will be turned
over , to -tbs' Great. . WeaternI- .which ro4l
wlU , be the official route to Minneapolis.
TheB trains are also the official trains of
the Woman's Relief Corps. The Burling
ton ,has also been designated the official
route of the Colorado division. of the Grand
Army of the Republic, and a' special train
will leave Denver August 11 at 3 p. m. and
arrive In Omaha at 7:30 the next' morning.
The Northwestern will be the official route
of this party from Omaha to Minneapolis.
One of the features of the Colorado delega
tion will be Colonel Cook's drum corps. ICO
strong, which has accompanied the Colo
rado delegation on similar excursions for
the last twenty years The ladies' xouave
drill team, eighty strong, will also be with
The Grand Army of the Republic bualness
and the low rates to Chicago and Milwau
kee, with the same dates of sale August
11, 12 and 13 are taxing the equipment de
partments of all the western railroads.
This combined business will make the big
gest excursion movement of the season.
Ilarrlnian Oinrlala Meet.
A meeting of the general superintendents
of the Harriman lines has been called for
Denver for August 15, and W. L. Parka
will represent the Union Pacific At thla
meeting the new rules which were recently
dlMcussed at Rait Ike City will be gone
iver in detail' by the general officers and
will either be approved . or amendments
made. These rules are for the handling
of trains, the regulation and kind of slg,
nals, the Installation1 of the block system
und rules for making the same effective,
und it Is thought that after the confer
ence a system that will be perfect and will
be nearly absolute protection against an
accident will be put in operation.
" To Knlarar t'ntoa Station.
Chairman Huntley of the committee of
railroad engineers which has been consid
ering the needs in the way' of Improve
ments at Union station has called a meet
ing of the committee at Chicago for the
latter part of this month when some final
Oa . beal.
ATe'8 Mlt- 9m
ATiM't CUkfi-to: situirii eaj arse.
Theae Sideboards are made
to order for the great Hart
man chain of stores. They
have extra large heavy
French, beveled mirror,
elaborate carvings and lined
drawers for silverware. At
the clearance price it repre
sents a big saving.
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Rug. 5iz? 8-3x1
These nigs have no miter seams.
All wool and worsteds; handsom
exclusive patterns, with most
beautifully blended colorings.
These rugs are especially made
for the Hartman stores, are close
ly woven and are of wonderful dur
ability. Everyone Is thoroughly
guaranteed. Special clearance price
Terms 1 91.60 Cash, BOa Weekly.
$8 a Jlonth
action may be taken In reference to en
larging the depot facilities. The station Is
becoming more and more crowded every
month and the railroads realize that some
thing must be done. Some of the roads are
standing out 011 the question of cost, but
these probably will be outvoted and the
needed improvements given to Omaha In
the near future.
Hallway Notes and Personals.
G. K. Owens, Chicago representative of
the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
road, Js In the city.
O. C. Cornellsen, superintendent of the
Fort Dodge division of the Chicago Great
Western, la in the city. I
The Rock Island haa made arrangementa
for receiving dally weather and tempeia
ture reporta from Colorado Springs, which
will be posted in the Rock Island city
The Union Pacific superintendents, who
have been meeting during the week with
the representatives of the railroad tele
graphers from the different divisions, left
for their homes Friday to meet with the
other representatives at some future date.
All the work which was under considera
tion was not finished and another session
is needed to clean this up.
J. H. Butler, commercial agent of the
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis rail
road at Kansas City, is in the city. Mr,
Butler also represents his road in this ter
ritory. He says his road has benefited
greatly by the reduced rates from this
territory, and that since the first of the
year he has handled over S.500 cars of
grain from Omaha. He sas the territory
tnrough which his roads runs needa the
foodstuffs from this country and they have
the mills and elevators for handling it.
PUZZLE FIND THE - SAVING
Qnestlon of Economy la Combination
of Treasuries Is Agitating
Citizens who Interested themselves st the
last session of the legislature in having
the city taxing and treasury departments
combined with those of the county In an
effort toward economy are wondering where
the economy comes in with the new demo
cratic council confessing an Inability to
reduce the 1907 budget under that of the
present year. The charter revisers figured
they would save about $15,000 a year by
lopping off the tax commissioner's office,
130.000 by thevclty treasury, $2.310 by the
Advisory board and $4,700 by the Board of
Public works, all amounting to over tD2,000
annually. Against this was to be deducted
$2I,W0 to cover the cost of the amounts
paid the cour.ty for collecting taxes und
for Increases in the wages paid to coun
cilman and other city officials and three
new councilmen, but a net saving of $30,000
was Jo result from the consolidations.
Under the assessment for the present year
the amount represents about lj mills, but
no talk has been heard at the city hall
about any reductions, except from Mayor
Dahlman, who Is anxious to find out If
something cannot be done toward redeem
ing platform pledges about "retrench
ment." CHARGE OF HORSE STEALING
Three Men Arrested and Will Be Re
tamed to that Dear
Henry Smith. John Knight and Mike
Thompson have been arreated by Detectives
Home, Heltfeld and Donahoe and booked
at the city Jail on the charge of horae steal
ing. The prisoners will be returned to
Lincoln for trial. The men are chaiged
with stealing a team from E. Reynolds of
Lincoln. The team was sold st Ashland
for 1175. The prisoners were taken from
a train at Union station.
From Chicago and from St. Louis over
the Pennsylvania Short Lines, account
homecoming and Jubilee week. Tickets
old Beptember 8 and t; good returning
until September 17. Rate one fare for the
round trip, plus $1. Write for full particu
lars. W. H. Rowland, T. P. Agt., Omaha.
Automobile Rental Co. Office Niles A
afoaer. Sixteenth and Farnam. Tel. Doug
1 WiVl'l vHrin VK. V
PLANS FOR G. A, R. REUNION
National Hsidqnarten Will Be Established
at Watt Hotel in Minneapolis.
KANSAS WOMEN HAVE A CANDIDATE
Ladles of G. A, R. Will Present Mrs.
Elma HI. Dnttoa of Wlntlel.l
for President of Women's
Commander In Chief James Tanner liss
Just Issued General Order No. 11 announc
ing the f nal arrangements for the national
encampment of the Grsnd Army of the Re
public, which will hold Its fortieth snnual
meeting at Minneapolis, August 13-1S. The
order says nstional headquarters will be
established at the West hotel, Hennepin
and Fifth streets. The executive committee
of tho nstional council of administration
will assemble there temporarily Monday
morning for the transaction of necessary
executive business. The natiohal council of
administration will meet at the West hotel
at the same time, 10 o'clock a. m.
A semi-official meeting will be held at
the auditorium Tuesday, August II, with
Commsnder In Chief Tanner presiding. Ad
dresses of welcome will be dellve'red by
Governor J. A. Johnson, Mayor D. P. Jones,
Department Commander Levi Long
fellow, and greeting from the Women's
Relief Corps, Ladles' of the Grand Army,
Sons and Daughters of Veterans and other
The parade will take place Wednesday
morning at 10 o'clock and will not extend
over two miles. The bands participating
In the parade are directed to give a march
Ins; time of-not over ninety beats to the
minute, In order to accommodate the age
of the veterans.
Mew Staff Officers.
Additional staff appointments are an
nounced as follows: John Twedale, adju
tant general; Charles A. Suydam, Penn
sylvania; John H. Roberts, Colorado; Orton
8. Clark, Minnesota; F. P. Sterling, Mon
tana, assistant adjutant generals. The
uniforms for aides will be a black slouch
hat, gilt cord, regulation Grand Army of
the Republic uniform; aides-de-camp, but
ribbon and badge on uniform; optional.
black lcgglns and two-button slate-colored
Columbia post No. 706 of Illinois Is ap
pointed as escort to the national com
mander. The business session of the encampment
will begin at 10 a. m. Thursday, August 15.
All applications for accommodations
should be made to Wallace. G. Nye, secre
tary Grand Army of the Republic commit
tee, 633 Andrus building.
I.lst of Headquarters.
The following list shows the national and
National headquarters Grand Army of the
Republic, West' hotel.
Commander-in-Chief James Tanner and
official staff, Weet hotel.
The members of the executive committee,
council of administration Grand Army of
the Republic. West hotel.
Mrs. Abbie A. Adams, president Woman's
Relief Corps, and staff, West hotel.
Bertha M. Martin, president Daughters of
Veterans, and staff. West hotel.
Union Veterans' Union, Brunswick hotel.
Illinois, West hotel.
Wisconsin, West hotel.
Pennsylvania, West hotel.
Ohio, West hotel.
New York, West hotel.
Connecticut, Nicollet hotel.
Massachusetts, West hotel.
New Jersey, Nicollet hotel.
Maine. Nicollet hotel.
California, Nicollet hoteL
Vermont, Nicollet hotet. '
Potomac, West hotel. '
Nebraska, West hotel. .
Michigan, Nicollet hotel.
New Hampslre, Hotel Ilysot.' '
Iowa, Nicollet, hotel.' "'
Indiana, West hotel. (
Missouri, Nicollet hotel.,
Oregon, Brunswick hotel.
South Dakota, Nicollet hotel. ","
DEPARTMENTS WOMAN'S RELIEF
Illinois. West hotel.
Nebraska, West hotel,
Ohio, West hotel. .
New York, West hotel. j
Pennsylvania, West hotel. , .
Indiana, West hotel.
New Hampshire, Hotel Hyser.
The sessions of the national encampment
and thelprlocipal camp fires will be held at
the Auditorium. Nicollet ana Eleventh
The Woman's Relief corps will hold its
sessions at Wesley Methodist Episcopal
church, First avenue and Grant streets.
The Ladies of the Grand Army of the
Republic will occupy the First Baptist
church, Harmon Place and Tenth street.
The Union Ex-prisoners of War and Its
auxiliary organizations will hold their
meetings in the First Unitarian church at
Eighth street and Mary Place.
The Army of Tennessee association will
hold Its reunion and camp fire in McKlnley
hRll, Western a?nue, near First avenue
north. August 15.
The Union Veterans union will convene
In Ancient Order of United Workmen hall pt
17 South Seventh street.
Tfie Kansaa department of the Ladlea of
the Grand Army of the Republic will pre
aent the name of Mrs. M. Dutton of Win
field for the position of national president
of that order. She Is a lawyer. She was
for three years president of the Kansas
department Indies of the Grand Army of
the Republic, and Is president of the
Rebekah assembly of that state. She
served one year on the national council of
administration of the Ladles of the Grand
Army of the Republic.
FINK AS SILK,
That Is What a little Girl Says of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy.
I am a little girl t years of age, do not
know very much, but one thing I do know
and that U that Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is fine aa
silk for anyone with a stomach ache. I
had a very severe pain last night, took a
dose of It and was relieved at once. Maude
Ellen Wood, Clifton, Va.
COUNTY WILL BURY THE MAN
DongTlaa Consents to Lay Away J. W.
McMasters, Who Died Two
The Douglas county commissioners hsve
finally consented to defray the burial ex
penses of J. W. McMasters, the men who
dropped dead two weeks ago while walking
along the railroad tracks near Florence.
Corner Bralley held the body two weeks st
the morgue pending a discussion as to who
should pay for burying the man. McMas
ters was buried this afternoon at Forest
After Coroner Bralley failed In his efforts
to locate relatives of the man who would
stand the burial expenses a question arose
aa to whether the Douglas county or Lan
caster county authorities should pay the
expenses. Inasmuch aa the Lancaster au
thorities refused to pay the expenses and
as the Douglss county coroner hsd the
body. It wss up to the Douglas county com
missioners to put up for whst they consid
ered a "nonresident pauper."
McMasters had a mother-in-law at Lin
coln by the name of Mrs. Cervera MrCIeve
and two siatera at Pen Van, N. T.
Meet W. J. Hryan
tn Now York City upon his return from
Europe, and take advantage of the low
rate' excuralon over the Nickel Plate rotd
from Chicago, August tS and 29 Tickets
good returning, leaving New York City
September 4. Chicago depot. La Salle Street
V station. Information furnished upon appli
cation to John Y. Calahan. general agent,
Ne. 107 Adams street, Chicago.
Saturday your choice of any Men's Straw
Hats in the store at 59c The sweat band
or the silk trimmings alone are worth more
than that. These hats sold all season up to
$3.50. Your old straw hat looks rather untidy-
get a new one today.
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
We arc now ready to take measurements
tor cadet uniforms better place your or
Men's fancy colored and plain black
Men's plain balbrlggan and fancy colored underwear
(odd lots) 76c and 60c goods )P
reduced to aWalC
Men's Shirts fine quality percale and madras In
sizes 16, 16V4 and 18 only rJ
$1.00 quality for UC
Men's high grade shirts Imported good 8
$1.60 and $2.00 values, reduced to . . .
and 15th St.
PROTECTION FOR THE EAGLES
Wanton Kllllnar of Great American
Illrd Condemned by the Order
of Its Name.
In a resolution Introduced by W. W.
Dodge and passed unanimously by the local
aerie of Eagles the wanton and unneces
sary killing of eagles by sportsmen and
hunters was condemned and legislation to
prevent It was proposed. The members of
the order in all parts of the country are
asked to use their Influence to secure the
enactment of legislation as outtlned In the
resolution. It is pointed out that it Is not
only the source of the name of the order
and the Inspiration for some of Its prin
ciples, but Is also a symbol of patriotism.
The resolution will be presented In the
national convention by the local delegates.
A large meeting of the members of the
local aerie of the order of Eagles was held
Thursday night in the rooms of the order.
more than the usual enthusiasm being dis
played owing to the fact they were making
arrangements to boom Omaha for the next
convention of the order. Mayor Dahlman
headed a V'ass f ten candidates Initiated
Into the order.
It was decided to take the drill team to
Milwaukee with the delegates and officers
to help In the campaign for Omaha. Final
arrongements for the trip were made, and
it Is believed 300 will be on the special train
when It pulls out of Omaha.
W. S. Wadsworth of Council Bluffs, a
candidate before the national convention
for grand worthy president, was present
and took part In the proceedings. He has
the backing of the' Iowa delegates and ta
seeking support from Nebraska.
Wo will sell our surplus artesian ice at
U per ton at our building or fl for a too
lb. cake. Come and get It.
HARDING CREAM CO., 810 Harney.
MAN KILLED BY ELEVATOR
Another One Falls Through Shaft and
Sustains injuries that Are
M. C. Powell, employed In the Omaha
Packing company's plant at South Omaha,
was instantly killed about 1:30 Friday
afternoon by being crushed under a freight
elevator In the ham house. Powell was on
the lower floor, Immediately under the ele
vator, and evidently did not see it descend
ing. He was struck on the back of the
head and doubled up, the heavy weight
breaking his neck, causing Instant death.
He was a stranger and but little Is
known of his antecedents, He has been
working at the plant but for a few weeks,
coming here from some point In Oeorrla.
J. A. Brown, manager of the Brown
Truck company, 70S South Thirteenth
street, was severely Injured Thursday even
ing by falling through an elevator shaft
at his place of business. Mr. Brown wus
working overtime on a new catalogue and
misjudged the distance In the darkness at
the rear of his place. Police Burgeon Flynn
attetded the man at the police station and
found a laceration of the scalp at back
of head. Brown was removed to St.
Joseph's hospital Friday morning. The
Injured man resides at 303 South Twenty
sixth street. ,
Only a Mask.
Many are not being benefited by the sum
mer vacation as they should be. Now, not
withstanding much outdoor life, they are
little If any stronger than they were. The
tan on their faces Is darker and makes
them look healthier, but it Is only a mask.
They are still nervous, easily tired, upset
by trifles, and they do not eat nor sleep
well. What they need is what tones the
nerves, perfects digestion, creates appetite
and makes sleep refreshing, and that Is
Hood's Barsapsrllla. Pupils and teachers
generally will frd the chief purpose of the
vacation best subserved by this great medi
cine which, aa we know, "builds up the
Sterling silver Frenxer, 18th and Dodge.
fT.aa to Minneapolis and Retarn Tin
Chicago Great Western Railway.
Account of O. A. R. encampment, August
13th to 18th. Tickets on sale August U"t,
13th to ISth. Tickets on sale August 11th,
12th and 13th. For further Information
apply to H. H. Churchill, Q. A., ltll Far
nam St., Omaha.
SM.OO Omaha to Chicago and Retara,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Tickets on sale August 11, 11 and 11
Return limit, August 22.
Tickets and Information at City Ticket
Office, 1402 Farnam St., Omaha.
SCHOOLS AXD COLLEGES
COLLEGE Classical, scientific, philoso
ACADEMY-An accredited High School
Prepares for itellevue or any other col
lege or university.
NORMAL nCliYxiL Elementary and ad
vanced courses. Certificates granted.
CONSERVATOR V Theory of music pU
ano, voice, violin, elocution and art.
CONNECTIONS with Omaha; Eleotrle
line and Hurlington Railway.
Fall semester opens September 11.
Addits freaidoul Wadswurta. Bsllevue,
D0OTOG3S for RftERll
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Nowadays specialty work Is called for aftd demanded; notably so when the
sufferer's life or health Is endangered. It is then the best treatment medical
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They eventually destroy sexual Instincts, cause agonising urinary troubles and
Job men of priceless manhood and strength. Neglect or Improper treatment
nave been the moans of blighting the most radiant hopes, rendering marriage
unhappy and buslnsss a raiiura.
Many sufferers from this class of troubles are buying ready-n
at drug stores, and then wonder why they don t get well. Oth
m.ni with "Free Treatment" and "Quick cure scnemes, una in i. ?
their disease much aggravated. Do you not now realise that me oniy wy
you can hope Vo get cu'red is to receive the Individual attention . pwlalUt
recognised ability and experience, auch as we ere? 'Tfo Physicians con
nected with the State Medical Institute are eminently nualined to advise, d -?ect
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Stricture, Varicocele, Emissions, Nervo-Sexual Debility,
Impotency, Blood Poison (Syphilis), Rectal,
Kidney and Urinary Diseases
and all diseases and weaknesses of men due to evil habits, excesses, self-abuse
or the result or specuic or
FREE CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION.
STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
1308 Farnam St., Between 13th and 14th Sts., Omaha, Neb.
That '8 the name of a new eighty-page illustrated
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having done so.
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Rock Island-Frisco Lines
Bee Want Ads
Our Store Open till 10 o'clock Saturday
There will bt many extra special bargains
In ell departments up to 10 o'clock Satur
These Reductions (or Women
Ladles' Vests low neck sleeveless finest quality
of yarn 26c and 36c quality C
reduced to . . 1JC
Ladles' Hose fancy colored llflfl thread also plain
black and lace lisle. 75c and $1.00 t
quality, reduced to ...a&iC
Boys' Waists cheviots and madras cloths, pretty
colors, with or without collars $1.00 Ajl
values, sizes 6 to 16 years Saturday T'OC
and 15th SL
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