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i - . TTIE OMAHA SUNDAY
BEE: JULY 11. 1D09.
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JULY CLEARING SALE dF HIGH CLASS NEGLIGEE MATI
NEE KIMONOS AND PRINCESS COLORED WASH DRESSES
MONDAY AT HALF PRICE
SALE COMMENCES AT 9 'A. M.
In Announcing this great Clenrunre Rale we wish to state that every garment was made for this season s selling. Not
a lot of odds and ends, hut all our own regular stock. This eale presents an opportunity seldom offered to buy high class
Presses and Kimonos at a fraction of their real value.
AW our 12.00 Neglige Matinee Kimonos, July
Clf arlng Sale price $1.00
All our 12.50 Negligee Matinee Kimonos, July,
ClMrlng Bale price 31.23
All our $3.00 Nogllgoa Matinee Kimonos. July
Clearing Sale price 81.50
All our (3.60 Negligee Matinee Kimonos. July
' Clearing Pale price ........ 81.75
All our $5.00 gllgee Matinee Kimonos, July
Clearing Sale price $3.50
Lovely Princess Dresses In Wool Mater
ials, at Half Price.
All the high, cUm Tallow! Suit In two and
thme piece styles at onhalf price.
Hundred of lovely waist at one-hsif price.
Next Wednesday the great sale of 811k Dresses
and White lingerie resses.
All the $T B0 Princess tresses, July
Bale price . . . . .. ,
All the ft. 50 Princess Presses. July
Bale price . ,
All the $10.60 Princess Dresses, July
Sale price . . . .
All the $16.00 Princess Dresses, July Clearing
Bale price , . . 87.50
All the $16. SO Princess Dresses, July Clearing
Bale price , $8.25
Special Sale of Hand Embroidered Manilla Shirt Waist
Monday morn I eg we will place on special sale all our $15.00 fine
hand embroidered Maailla shirtwaist patterns, your choice $10 each:
Bpeclal Hale Colored Mnens ' ,
"All our 65c and BOc Colored Linens, Monday, price, per yard. . ,. 25?
July Clearing Hnle of Odd Table Cloth and Napkin at Krdnced Price.
Special Sale White Panama Suiting
4 pieces 15c White Panama Suitings, In this sale, at, yard...... 0
. Special Hale White Piques Monday
All our S6q White Pfques, Monday's sale prloe, per yard 20
All our 46c White Piques, Monday's sale price, per yard 29t
All our 50c White Pipues, Monday's pale price, per yard i$5
AH our 7 He White Piques, Monday's sale price, per yard 50
July Clearance Sale of Swiss Curtains
45c Huffled Bwtas Curtains, at lc per pair.
$1.10 Jluffled Swing Curtains, at 69 !' per pair.
$1.25 Kuffled Swiss Curtains, at 69c per pair.
$1.50 Ruffled 8wlns Curtains, at 68c per pair.
$1.75 "Ruffled Swiss Curtains, at $1.18 per pair.
$2.25 Ruffled Swiss Curtains, at $1.39 per pair.
$2.50 Ruffled Swiss Curtains, at $1.73 per pair..
Curtain Rods with 'brass or silver ends, regu
lar 10c taluea, at, Cc each.
Special! Need a New Petticoat? Hand
some Heatherbloom Taffeta Petticoat
made to Your Special Measure $1.93.
. . Aren't They Beautiful that Is what we hear
alj'day long. From early morning' women are
busy making selections. Nearly all colors ex
cepting white and black. This special offer Is
for a short time only. Just advertising this de
partment in which we make skirts and peitlcoats
to your special measure. Come Monday.
July Clearance Sale of Wash Goods.
15c and 18c Sideband Pique Suitings, at, iOc
lpc Batistes, atlOc per yard.
16c Dotted Swisses at 10c per yard.
50c All Linen Suitings, at, 26e per yard.
3 5c Bordered Ginghams, at, 25c per yard.
60c Bordered Ginghams, at, 36c per yard.
4 5c Imported Chevron Suitings, at, 1 5c per
15c' Linen Finished Suitings, at 10c par yard.
Remnants of Wash Goods at greatly reduced
Chamois Gloves on Sale
Two styles of Chamois with gauntlet effects In natural and .white
chamois worth up to $2.00 per pair, special price Monday, a pair $1.49.
Long Chamois Glove In natural and white; formerly $2. CO per pair
Monday' special prloe, a pair $1.79.
Main floor. ' ; '
Extra Special The Last of the Silks from the Great Clear
ing Sale, Choice Monday. 29c a Yard.
People bought so enthusiastically during Thursday's great eale that
we wonder any remain until we remember what a large quantity we
Mostly the plain' silks for Monday's selling. Note carefully the
price, 29c. Better come early.
" Good Values in Women's Summer
Women's mercerized lisle vests, low neck, no
sleeves 60c each. , "" " "" '
Women' light weight 8wlss ribbed vests,
high neck and longsleeves, fine value $6c ecfa.
or 3 for $1.00.
, Boys' balbrlggan union aulU, blgh neck,
short sleeve and knee length. AU lis, at, a
suit, 75c. .. .. ,
Every parasol In stock marked at July Clearing
t - -Women's trolored1 umbrellas, beautiful quality of
all al IK, In brown, blue and green, with long Dresden
..handles, Rives a very rich effect. As there la Juet
fix at these left we nave marked them at reduoed
price for Monday.
" I "and 2-lnch block silk umbrellas. Fine Una
of plain or fancy handles, regular $3 00 values, Mon
day at, each, 11.60.
, Main floor,
Good Corsets from $1.00 Up.
W. B. Corsets change in shape as the styles
change. Every new Idea of the dressmakers is
reproduced in the Erect Form or Nuform. The
models we show this season are tinktlng with
large that we can guarantee a perfect fit to any
large, that we can guarantee perfect fit to any
woman at each price upward from $1.00.
Special Sale of Long Lisle
A complete assortment of fine Milan
' 1I gloves. In black, white, gray
and tan. Worth 11,(0 per pair, Mon
day's sieclal price, per pair, Hoe.
This is the coolest store in
Watch our Windows for
THREE TRAINMEN KILLED h
Head-on Collision on Bio Grande
Hoad in Utah. '
FOURTEEN ELK TRAINS HELD UP
Paaaeasrer Train aa therm Road
Dltehesl fcr Spread!. Rati and
Eleven Persons Inhered
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo.. July 10.
Thraa trainmen killed and one fatallr In
jured and traffl tied up for more than
twelve hours are the results of a head-on
collision that occurred about 3 o'clock this
morning near "Clseo, Utah,' between amo
tion No. S of weetbound Denver A Rio
Qrand paaaenger train No. 3 and an east
bound sheep train. ' Elks bound for Los
Angeles were passenger on the wreckM
train. . . -
The engine crew and baggageman of the
passenger train were killed, the freight
enainemea Jumping In time to escape. None
of the passengers were Injmed.
Fourteen special trains carrying Elks to
IiOS Angeles were held here all day on
account of the wreck. They left for the
neat a( short .intervals beginning at S.
- Wmk oa nthera Road.
WASHINGTON. July lO.-Kleven persons
were slightly Injured as the result of a
spreading rail, causing the derailment of
a passenger train on the Southern railway
near Blantyre, N. e, late today. All the
Injured were taken to Brevard.
The Injured as given In the official report
to the company her include:
A. N. Albert, Baltimore, right arm
O. JU Mitchell. Chattanooga, Tenn., back
Mr. O. L. Mitchell, right leg and arm
Mr. C M? Hatnea, Greensboro, Ala
bruised. J. F. Bristol, Baltimore, slightly cut.
The first-class ears and the parlor car
were turned over.
net Burns and Mrs. E. 8. Qotch of Ft.
Three-fifths Interest In the Granlr Min
ing and Smelting Company la divided
among all the beneficiaries.
James H., U. CI - and - Vlnrlnla- Burnes
receive If shares cf the estate valued at
111,000.000. Frances B. Furnra, Mm. Ijovr.
Kennel Burnes and Mra Uotek receive M
BURNES ESTATE IS DIVIDED
Deeds nivloa Six Millions
Property to Heirs Are '
8T. JOSEPH. Mo., July J0.-Th deeds
to the property of the Burnes estate of St.
Joseph, ordered dissolved by the federal
court, were filed today. All the real es
tate In St. Joseph and Atchison, Kan., con?
fisting largely of Improved business prop
erty and town lots, aoes to James N. and
U O. Burnes of St. Joseph and Miss Vir
ginia P. Burnes of Kansas City.
Much farm land in northwest Missouri
and northeast Kansas, and business prop
erty in fit. Iouis and Cincinnati goes to
Mrs. Frances B. Burnes of Chicago and
her daughter, Mrs. Sidney C. Love. Ken-
in Divorce Case
Cbarlet A. NewhaH, Prominent Phila
delphia Man, Accrued by
PHILADELPHIA. July 10, Dawson
Honpes, a member of a well known -Philadelphia
family, today began divorce pro
ceedings against his wife. Katie Eleanor
Honpes, naming aa co-respondent Charles'
A.! NewhaH. also a member of a prominent
local family and a' cricketer of interna
tional reputation. '
The Hooprs, who hay a beautiful home
adjoining the Nowhn.ll eat at n Chestnut
Hill, a suburb, have been separated for
several year. Mrs. Hoopea Is abroad on
a visit . to her daughter, the wife of a
London editor. Mr, Hoopes tn Ms suit
makes maay aensalional allegations against
hla wife. - . '' ' a i . '
Mr. Hoopes also flied a bill .In eo-nlty
asking the court to dectare fraudulent an
agreement entered Into In 1904 between
himself, his wife' and. , Mr. Hoopes', two
brothers whereby Dawion Hoopes' Interest
In the Hoopes' large manufacturing con
cern here were placed in trust for htm. In
the bill Dawson Hoopes declares that he
was Induced to sign this agreement In
consequence of proceedings brought by hi
wife to hjve htm declared a habitual
DAY'S WORK OF ENDEAV0RERS
Many Mrrtln'ii Held and Maay
Topics Discussed at St. Paal.
ET. PAUL, July 10. -The delegates to the
Twenty-fourth International Christian En
deavor convention orowded a full day's
work In this forenoon in order that the
afternoon might be free for outings and
excursions to pleasure resorts In and about
Bt. Paul. 1
Following the quiet hogr service In the
Central Presbyterian church there were
sosalgns of the schuol of methods In sev
eral of the down town churches. Labor
problems were discussed n the guild hall
of Christ church under the leadership ' pf
Unv, Charles BleUIa.
Beginning at 10 o'clock In the auditorium
the business side of iyTby Kingdom Come"
.was discussed. The missionary committee
conference- at the aame tlrrle In the armory
had a number of speakers , from all parts
of the world.
YVhitc House, is
Cmntn.r r Interest)
UtiUWI - '-' r
' for Statesmen
n. . v t '
Many Ininrgtnti, Including Burkett
and Norrii Call on. the
WASHINGTON. July 10. -President Taft
put In a busy morning at the White House
and this afternoon went' eut to the Chevy
Chase links for a game of golf with Vio
President Sherman. General Clarence Ed
wards and Senator Bourne of Oregon. The
preelflent received a host of callers and
went through several, large stacks of cor
respondence whloh had accumulated during
his absehce. He had engagements which
kept him busy up to 1:30 o'clock, when
he went from the executive offices to the
White House for luncheon.
Among the senators who called on the
president were WarnA- of Missouri and
Burkett .of Nebraska.
Among the-representatives who called
were. Smith ft Iowa, Norrla of Nebraska
and Scott of Kansas.
Now that the tariff bill has reached
conference and the president Is expected
to exert what Influence he considers proper
in getting the measure Into acceptshln
shape the White House again has become
a center of Interest.
Senatora Taylor and Frasler of Tennessee
saw the president regarding the appoint
ment of censua supervisors through the
southern states. The president announced
some time ago thht he would try to get
the most available men for these places
regardless of whether they were repub
licans or democrats The president said
today he would not permit the building up
of political machines through the medium
of these appointments and therefore ha
would not appoint partisan men.
Bigger, Better, Busier That's what ad
vertising in The Bee doea-for your busi
ness. , ij .d;
The colleges, strangely enough,
teaoh littla or pothjpg about Palnless
aesa in Dentistry. Consequently very
few dentists are able to work pain
Meanly. It's no fault of their owji
that their patients suffer keenly under
their apparently heartless buzzing
around a sensitive cavity.
". I claim to' be able to fill and crown
teeth Painlessly. I do It scientifically
and practically with no sleep nor
danger to the patient.' I will prove
It any day you call at the office.
Or. J. B. Fickes,
16th and Farnam 8. W.
218-217 Board of Trade. Both 'Phones.
Bell, Bong. iB SO-Tal FMOaTXa UMAOM AX.X. BXPTa lad. A-l41
lh house. Inheritance prqvlajon restored
.to the bill, but no confirmation of . this
story could, be had, nor could lis origin
ie traced. ,
i.t Cissaa Faos Middle West.
The explanation was made today on be
half of Speaker Cannon that his con
trolling motive in selecting the house con
ferees on the tariff 'bill had been the ques
tion of location. "
Hla ehlef desire was that all sections,
especially interested In the tariff ahould
have representation on the eommlttee.
Finding that the middle west had half the
population,' half fhe wealth, : half the vol
ume of production and especially that half
of the republican representation of the
house hailed from that section, he decided
it. should have larger representation on
the conference than it possibly could have
if , the conference committee h,ad " been
composed according to the rule of prece
dence among members pf the house yays
gnd means committee. , '
If the conference bad been selected ac
cording to that, system.. the Mississippi val
ley country would have been represented
by Mr. Bouieil alone, , while the eastern
states would have had four representatives,
including two from New England. This,
the speaker considered would be gn ioeqult
abl distribution. Ha therefore passed over
Mr, HIU i)t Connecticut gnd placed Mr.
Caldernead of Kansas and Fordney of
Michigan on the oommitteo. Mr. Needham
of California w as left off, aoeordlng to
the explanation, because the pacific coast
has vary faw interests whloh gre involved
In the pending bill. , ,
' According to Mr. Cannon's, theory, tbs
North Atlantle and Uia Mississippi valley
aeitlons ware the. principal divisions that
are concerned about the tariff at thla Urn.
Hla. aeleftloa' gaVa' three republicans - to
the eastern stgtaa, three republicans to the
middle west' and three democrats to the
aeuth. " ..-
' The speaker's friends dealer that in
this' distribution hla concern was not
with referenue to the character of the
'bill's muoh as it was te the geograph
ical location af the conferees. .
Harney erlao Weds. -
T ' LOU IB. July le.-Barney Schrelbev.
the turfman, was married her today to
altas Ulisabttth M. Howe -daughter of the
late James 11. Howe of T'tUa. N. Y. The
honeymoon will be spent at Woodlands,
air. Hchreiber's farm In fit. Lout county
PARADE OF: INHERED HERD
Thousand! of ElkVin Prooeiiion in
" L& Angeles.
THEY ' STOSMv, SOUTHERN . CITY
First' Event , pn Official Program,
Grnd. AntontofcO BlaM-Seen
t v .To B railed Oft
-V. , Today. - V .
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LOS ANQELE8. Gal., July lo.-r-To the
ntuslo of a soora of bands and arrayed In
Uta uniforms of, the various drill corps of
the maay Elka lodge gathered hare, thou
sands of th antiered gueata of tha city
paraded the downtown street of th city
tonight and mad marry. .
Special train from various ctlon of
tha country yrlved early, among th first
being the train bearing Grand Exalted
Hular-HlWh. U Holland and Grand Secre
tary , Fred , C, , Heblnauiv which had bn
delayed by heavy ralna In the middle west.
Others . included th "Cotton States Spa
da!" and trains from Michigan, Illinola,
New Jersey, Arkansas' and Texas.
-'"At- the " registration headquarters, up-
-wards of 15,00 registration were recorded
Dsvelve-speelaJ - trains are scheduled to
arrive tomorrow, -which wtll swell the list
to fully to, nd with the will be
added trains from Pacific ooaat point and
many from northern coast eiti who will
com by boat. It la expected that fully
Tt.oao visitor will be In th olty by Sun
Tomorrow th ' first- regular scheduled
event of th-official program will take
place. "One .(housapd automobiles are to
be provided for th guesta, and a sight
seeing tour of th city and tha nearby
placea ot attraction will b made.
REVOLUTION NOT WIDESPREAD
Acting; President of Colombia - flay
' ' It I Confined 'to On ' -'
PARIS, July M 0nral Jorge Hoiguln,
acting president of th Colombian republic
during the absence In Europe cf General
Rafael Reyes, ha telegraphed the follow
ing dlapach t th Figaro under-date of
July I, concerning th revolution whloh
broke out at Barrnqullla on July 4: ..
Th revolution waa confined to Barran-
qullla. Th ladeia of ,ali parties deplore
the outbreak and are urging th revolu
tionists to lay down their arms. The gov
ernment troop are sufficient for th main
tenance cf peace. Th government has tele
graphed to Europe for fund ta assur the
regular payment on th Colombian, debt.''
. . Show-Opened
It ii at Frankfort, Germany, and li
Largest of Kind Ever
FRANKFORT. ' Germany. July le.-Tne
International Air .Navigation exposition,
which A probably the most complete as.
atimblage of anything pertaining to aero
nautics aver seen, opened her today and
will continue for 100 dgya. . ..
Th Wright brother' aeroplane will" be
shown, but arrangements for flights of this
machine- have not been mad. Several
heavier than air machines will have their
first trial during the exposition.
The exhibit are arranged in twelve
grpupa In a hall Wxl80 feet. They embrace
kites, all kinds of apparatus for balloons,
scientific equipment and machinery for gas
Besides the main building there' are four
Immense hall for the houvlng of dirigibles,
which will make ' short trips with pas
sengers during th exposition. Two ot
these are for balloons of the Paraeval
flexible type, and another for the invention
of Frans Clouth. th owner of which is
Oscar Erbeloeh, winner of the International
cup at Sv. Loula
Count Zeppelin has promised to make an
air trip before the exposition close. The
committee in charge comprise aeronauts
from nearly every country. Cortland Field
Bishop, foreign representative of th Aero
elub of America, represents th United
Coal Strike Off;
by an Agreement
Threatened Walkout of 32,000 Miner
in Kansas, Miisouri, Oklahoma
' and Arkansas at End.
, HENEY IS OFF : FOR ALASKA
A beer just suited to quaff at liome
a night-cap for the sociable evening
a refreshing draught for the late
supper a delightful glass to sip under
the evening lamp. Stars and Stripes
is a foaming, sparkling beverage for
th keen palate for th connoisseur.
Hava a casa tiWurdtt your to.
Willow Springs Browinrj Co .
1 riding Stamps
1-aO in Btaanpa (i)
flven with aauq tr
osea cae f small
he city far.
a.00 In Ktimpt (3t
Siren With hub tat
oaeiK vf '
bottlea de- fi( (If
luered (n - CL..C.2
ih city far, r"7,w
Out cf town ' cus
tomer add till fur
sane and bottle.
9Wio, 07 staray prv,
en BoBf, ISO.
Prewery, ad aM nuaory.
"Vboa Uou-. Cb5.
Graft Proseentor Take Holiday, bnt
Will Return to Proaocnte
SEATTLE. Wash.. July1 1. Francis J.
Heny of Pan Francisco called for Cor
dova. Alaska, today on th steamer, Ohio,
with hla friend and namesake. M. J.
Heney, the Copper River railroad builder.
The attorney said he would be back in
SatU in ten dy and that he would be
iri Han Francisco In time topartlclpatel n
the Calhoun tral.
On Uie Ohio also war Oeneral J. Frank
lin Dell, ohlef of staff, U. 8 A., and Mre.
WESTERN MATTERS AT CAPITAL
Haral 1 Carriers . Appointed In X
- kraak and ltwnNiif Poet-
aiaaiee at Whit City, la. .
WAKHlNQTQN't Jmy .10. (Special Telo-arai-Hural
earrter appointed; Nft
braska, bayard, routa J, f. w. Atklna,
carrier; J. L. . iSetrlck, aubstltut. Iowa,
Wlillusford, rout A, 1. Cbrlatopher,
carrier; Chris Anderson, substltuta.
Leonard D. Dupres appointed poxtmaHter
I t VYhUe City,. Mal-,aka cuuiit, la , vice
fQ." JL Warner, realrned.
. PITTSBtTRO,' Kan., July 10. It wa of
flclally announced at th , United Mine
Worker of America district headquarter
her today that an agreement restoring th
checkoff in th Kansas coal fields has
been reached at th conference In St. Louis
of the miners' national board and the
Southwest ' Coal Operators' 1 association.
Through this agreement a general strike
of 13,000 coal minora in tha Kansas, Mis
souri, Oklahoma and Arkansas dlatrlota la
the message oountermanda a strike that
ha been on al.no November last and whloh
cauaed th present checkoff trouble, and
whloh will be arbitrated at a district con
ference to be held in Pittsburg Wednesday.
Men Killed and
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Wreck on C, B. & ft. Near Piano, I1L,
Bat Fatal Eesuits Car Jumps
, CHICAGO, July ll-Two men wr killed,
on man wa seriously Injured, and thlr
teen blooded trotters and pacing horse
owned by W. B. Taylor, on their way
to th Illinois Valley Circuit meet at
Aurora, 111., war bruised and 'fouled'' in
a freight wreck on the Chicago, Burling
ton and Qutncy railroad near Piano, 111.,
this afternoon. Alice Early, famous
trotter, la ona of the horse Injured.
Th man killed were!
DANIEL STEPHENS, of Bedalla, Mo.,
uui rm uwiier ana iraiaep.
KAY IlNSIUN, of Nevada, Mo., trainer,
Frank English ot Nevada, Ma, waa
crushed and Is In a aerious condition at
an Aurora hospital.
. Th freight train carrying th horse
and their keepers wa coining east from
Peoria. A it waa passing a weat bound
freight train near Plan a counting on th
weat bound train gave way and on of th
car jumped the track and crashed Into
the horse car. None of the horses will be
fit to race for a month. - '
A negro follower of hor track, who
la known a "Midnight" to horsemen in
all parte of the country, waa alao hurt In
th wreck. Hiii. legs, were crushed, but it
1 thought that he will live. , . .
DENVER WOMAN BADLY HURT
Aatvmonll Itaret Tire,' and Leave
Road, aa4 Several Ar
IaJord, , . ,
DUNKIRK, N, H., July .-By th burst
ing of a tire, which cauaed their automobile
to leave the roa0 and eraah into a tr.
five persons were seriously Injured today
on the road between Portland and Brock'
The Injured are Slmaa 1 W. Mason, a
prominent Weatfleld lawyer, and hla wife
tbelr .daughter, Mrs. Sears, and her two
young son vf Denver. Mr. Maaon baa a
coJIarbon and hip broken,; Mr. Maaon waa
internally Injured. Mra. Bear and bar
children were painfully bruised.
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TNiTONDAY it ioet into its second week
sellinrf that shows no sirfn of waning a
"clearance" that "clears." MUCH different mer
chandise at prices FAR, below the normal ones.
Boys'" Shirts that
have been selling at
$1. and $1.25.
Boys and Girls'
knitted 25c under-
.Infants' plaid top
hose worth 25 cents
Boys , and Girls'
hose in lisle, real 25
At 10c -
Girls' and Misses'
two button lisle
gloves worth 25c.
Young men's odd
trousers worth to
$3.75 per pair.
Boys' Waah Suits
fast colors, worth
to $1.50 per suit.
At 510 ,
Young men's stylish
Summer Suits, are
worth to $15.
Little fellows' cloth
reefers, are worth
to $5.00. '
Boys' white golf
shape duck hats,
worth 50c eacli.
Girls' linen hats
that have sold to
50 cents each.
Small women's sum
mer dresses, worth
$7.50 to $10.
At $9.50 :
Small women's wash
suits in choice $12
and $15 grades.
Small women's wash
coat .suits, worth up
At 88c .
dresses, worth up to
dresses, eta, worth
up to $1.65 each.
,. At 50c
and waist dresses,
worth to 75o each.
Girls' cloth coats, in
styles, worth up to
$5.00 each." .
At 95 c
Infants' sacques, in
cashmere up to $1.65
Infants' cashmere or
worth $2.50 'each.
skirts worth 75o and
skirts in $1.50 and
Children's and Miss
es', nainsook draw
eris, worth 75c.
Infants' pique coats
worth up to $3.95
Infants' fancy long
dresses, worth up to
Infants' pique or
linen hats, worth to
Infants' pique box
coats, worth up to.
Ii in rttTLr-3 -v
the rwjuo wopirs
ui-id7 Doutflas Street Omcihi-N.
Girl', newest dress
es that bring to
Infants' pique reef
ers, worth up to
Children ' Cream
serge . coats, worth
up to $3.95 each.
Boys' new woolen
suits that have
brought $5.00 a suit.
Boys' low shoes that
have brought up to
Ladies' shoes in
styles worth to $5
and $6 a pair. , ,
Misses' low shoes,
slippers, etc., worth
to $3 per pair.
Misses' low shoes in
grades worth up to
$2 per pair.
Children's low shoes
worth up to $2.00
5 P. Mo
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