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THK OMAHA SUNDAY NOVEMBER 26. 1011.
TOPICS FOR ADAY OF REST
Scleral Churches Will Unite for
MUSIC SERVICE AT CATHEDRAL
B-v. M. I,. MHIrk WfH Preach IIU
I, ant -rnin Snadajr Calvary
IlaplUt Celebrates Tvtmty
KOTED EDUCATOR SPEAKS HERE
The roriK'-egatlon of the Calvary Bnp
tlst church. Twenty-fifth and Hamilton
trcetr, will celebrate Its twenty-fifth
annlvemary with services starting this
morning and continuing through Wednes
day evening. Evening services will be
held today in the morning, afternoon
and evening. Evening services will bo
held Monday and Wednesday. An ex
cellent program has been provided for
the three days - and many ) speakers of
note will deliver addresses. Among thote
who will speak will be two former pas
tors. Rev. 8. E. Wilcox and Rev. Thomas
Anderson. Rev. A. W. Clark, first pastor
of the church, cannot be In ' attendance,
but a letter which he has written to the
present pastor, Rev. E. R. Curry, will
be read. . N
The address at Monday evening's service
will be given by Rev. S. Matthews, dean
of the divinity school of the Chicago
university. Wednesday evening"! ser
vice will be in the nature of a reunion
for thanksgiving and praise. Short talks
by members and others on, the history
of the rhurnh will be given.
The following special music will be
given by the choir at the First Fresby
terlan- church, .Seventeenth and Dodge
rtreets, Sunday evening, November 26:
1'relurte Elegle from Suite Browskl
Quartet A Day In Thy Courts Rogers
Quartet The Radiant Morn Hath
Passed Away Woodward
Duel'-BleKsed Savior West
Mrs. Dale, Mrs. Miller.
Offertory Funeral Prelude Oulllnant
Tenor Solo Hong of Thanksgiving
Quartet The Silent 8ea. .!.... ..Neldllnnor
Postlude Sortie ...'... ". Rogers
', ; !
The feaat of St. Cecilia will be cele
brated with due solemnity Sunday morn
. lng at ??(. Cecilia's Prc-cathedrar at the
11 o'clock, mass. Right- Rev. Monslgnor
Colanert, V. O., will' be celebrant of the
mats, .assisted by Rev. ' John I. Smith
' and Rev, V. P. Harrington as deacon and
suhdeacon, and Rev. James O'Herne as
master of ceremonies. Rev: Father Hal
laghan of St. Bridget's . church, South
Omaha, will preach the panegyric on the
saint," Rev. E. M. Gleeson will have
charge of the choir.
Special musical service Sunday evening
at 7:50 at Trinity cathedral. Full choral
evensonn by Dean Tancock and the choir
of the cathedral, after which an organ
and violin recital will-be given.
Tmmanuel. Twenty-fourth and Pinkney,
Rev. J. 8. Ebersole, Pastor Bible school
at :45; full orchestra, directed bv
V. L. Hetherlnston. Rev. Wilson Mills,
r. D will preach at 11. Young People's
Vneetfng at 6:9). At 7::) the pastor will
r.reach. on "Can a Sincere Man Be
Wrong?" Wednesday evening at 8, song,
- praise and covenant meeting. ;
: First; Twenty-ninth Avenue (Park Ave
nue) and Harney Organ recital n.t nvik
. At 10:30 preaching by Rev. U 'A. Garri-
. roii, .premaent urana island college: sub
Ject. "An Education for Today." Bible
, school at noon : special musla bv or
. ohestra led by Miss Allen. OrsaiJ recital
.'at - At J:S0 preaching bv-Rev. T.. A
- 5arrlsnB : subject. ' "The Fatherhood -of
, uuu, . i.norus cnoir.
' Grace,. Tenth and Arbor,? ReVr B. F.
Fellman. Pastor Sunday 'school at 10' a.
m.; morning .sermon at ll; subject, "The
r Superhuman' Factor In Service;" young
people's meeting at 7 p. m.; evening ser
mon at 7:46; subject, "The Blood of
jesus. ine pastor also will give two
brief preludes in connection with the
' sermons. In the morning he will speak on
"The Arbitration Treaties" and In the
evening On "The Christian Obligation of
Early, Shopping," Wednesday evening at
8 o'clock- Rev. Wilson Mills, missionary
, bishop of Nebraska, will give a stereop-
tlcon lecture on "Mission Work In
Burmah." Thanksgiving night at 8 a lit
erary and muBlcal program will be ren
dered. , .
Grand View Sunday School, Fourth and
Cedar Meets at 3 p. m.; R. B. Elrod,
First, Twenty-sixth and Harney, Rer.
J. M, : Kersey, Pastor Services at 10:45
'- and 7,38. Sunday school at noon. Young
y reupit) a Bucieiy ai o;ow.
North Side, Twenty-second and Lothrop,
H. J.' Krlschilteln, Minister Bible school
at . 9:30 a. m.; teachers will meet their
classes at tne cnurcn and then retire to
hois.es for the lesson study; no morning
or evening preaching service. This church
will unite In the union Thanksgiving serv
ice Tbursduy morning at the First United
rrtsuyierian cnurcn, i wenty-nrst i and
.'..(,. ChrUtlan Sclrnre.
First Church of Christ, St. Mary's Ave
nue and Twenty-foui Ui Street Sunday
school at 9:46 a, m. Sunday services at il
a. m. and 8 p. m. Subject of lesson-sermon,
"Ancient and Modern .Necromancy,
ur ihhiucuiiii ana . iiypnoiium jje
ParkVale, Thirty-first and Gold Sunday
sehool at 10; K. C. Wilbur, superinlenit-
ent. Christian Endeavor at :&. At 7:30
' t'ermon by Kev. J. P. Clyde.
. First, Nineteenth and Davenport, Rev.
. F. T. Rouse. Pastor; F. C Freemanlel.
Chorister Services at 10:30 and 7:45.
loung peoples society at 6:4R.
Plymouth, Twentieth apd Spencer, Rev.
jonn !'. ciyae. Minister Theme at 10:30.
f'Human Responslhllltv." Solo ny lira.
. I.ena f ine Moot, euiiuay school tt noon
No evening service. ,
St. Mary's Avenue, James Alexander
Jenkins, u. u.. Minister -At u:M the
pastor will deliver a Thanxseving sermon
on "The National Self and the National
Pong." At 7:J0 song service and sermon,
i ne iuammcn oi t nrignieousness.
Saratoga. Twenty-fifth und Ames Ave-
nun. Rev. O. M. Humphreys, Pastor Sun
day school at lu; sutiject at 11 Conae
ration." Christian Endeavor at 0
10. J. Nlckerson, leader. Evening service
at 7:.i. Women Mllile study class on
Wednesday afternoon. No service Thurs
day evening on account of union Thanks
giving service at Pearl Memorial Moiho
dist Episcopal church.
St. Paul's. Twenty-elthth and Parker,
ltv. K. T. Otto. Pastor Worship at 10
and 7:45. Evening subject, "The L.ivltig
wura. bunaay school at U:30. Thanks-
giving service Ihursuay evening at .
St. Mark s English, Twentieth and
Burdetie, 1.. Groh, Putor "Wrong Chrijat
ot Liiuenever ui f alse Believers of
True Btlievers" at 11. "End of tliu
( hurth Year" at 1:M. Sunday school at
6 o. Young People's society at tAo.
(.'atechlsation Wednesday at 7:30, Friday
Grace, 1326 South Twenty-sixth M. L.
. Mellck, whu has been palor t,t this
church for eight years and seven months,
will end his services wnh this church on
Sunday. At the 11 o'clock services a
resume of the work will be given, fol
lowed with a farewell address. At J:-X the
dosing sermon. Sunday school at 9. it.
Duther league at 'Jl. Topic. "Thanks
giving Festival The Precious Thoughts
of God." Prayer meeting on Wednesday
night. Class of catechism on Friday at 1
St. Matthew's English, Nineteenth and
Castellar, Rev. G. W. Snyder, piuitor
Services at 10:45 and 7:30. Morning sub-
tect. "Wbr D We Mender Thanks T"
.Teeing subject. "The Go.'pel."' Sunday
-hj at noon. Song service at 7. Mid
week sprrrt and choir rehearsal Wdjies
imt erening at pastor's fen. dance, i,,2
South Fifteenth street. Pastor's ladieV
JIM and Woman's Mlsalonarr socit!es
rt iTtdar at 1 at trw residence of Mrs.
Laaim R. EajreS, liiJ South Klfteenih.
Xonntzs Memorlsl, Far nam and Tven-IT-flub
Avenue, Rev. Dr tniver D.
F3txly, Pastor Morning subject. "The
Jkud of the Mlorld." Id the evening a spe
miMl aervio will ba Ueld; at 7.4& Mrs.
LOWELL. H. M'AFEE.
President of Park college. Parkvlllo, Mo.,
who speaks on "Why the Blble7" at the
Young Men's Christian association at
4 p. m., Sunday, In the Interest of the
Men and Religion Forward Movement.
Benjamin will give a fifteen-minute organ
recital and at 8 o'clock a special musical
service will ba given by the choir. The
occasion is the annual thank offering
meeting. The pastor will give a special
address. Sunday school at 10 a. m.; Luther
lcnftue at 7 i. m. ; catecreticui ciasnea
every Friday afternoon at 4:15 and every
f riday evening at 7:w.
St. Stephen's mission, Twenty-fourth
and Ames, Saratoga hall Sunday school,
10 a. m.; morning prayer, il a. m.
St. Paul's, Thirty-second and California,
W. H. Bagley, Rector Holv communion,
8 a. m. ; Sunday school, iv t. m.; choral
eucharlst, 11 a. m.
St. John's, Twenty-slith and Franklin,
Rev. W. II. Bayley, Rnctor Sunday
school, 9:45 a. m. ; choral eucharlst, 11 a.
m.; evensong, 7:45.
Church of St Philip the Deacon. Twen-.
ty-flrst and Paul, Rev. John Albert Wil
liams, Rector Sunday next before Ad
vent. Holy communion at 7:30. Morning
nraver at 10:30 Holy communion ana
sermon at 11. Evening prayer and sermon
at 8. Sunday Bchool and catechism at
Church of the Good Shepherd. Twen
tieth and Ohio, Rev. T. J. Collar. Roctor
Holy communion 8 a. m.. Sunday school
at 9:45 a. m., morning prayer with sermon
at 11 o'clock. This service will be con
ducted by the Rev. James Noble of St.
Mathlas church. Evening prayer wlin
sermon at 7:30 o'clock. Holy communlo.i
and sermon on Thanksgiving day at 10
Trinity Cathedral, Eighteenth and Capi
tol Avenue Celebration of the holy com
munion at 8. Sunday school and Bible
class In the parish house at 9.30. Morning
Srayer and sermon- at 11. Preacher, Kev.
lr. Hoar of Point Hope, Alaska. Even
ing prayer and address at 7:30. An organ
and violin recital at close of service.
Thanksgiving day: Celebration of the
holy communion at 8. Morning prayer
and sermon at 11. Offertory on behalf of
the Clarkson Memorial hospital.
ITanscom Park, Twenty-ninth and Wool-
worth, Rev. E. B. Crawford, Pastor-
Morning 'Service at iu:su. sermon, "The
Revealed God." Evening service at 7:46.
Sermon, "Christ's Appeal to the Heroic."
The Norwegian . and Danish, North
Twenty-fifth and Decatur, Kev. R, P.
Petersen, Pastor services with preaching
by the pastor at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
unday school let by s. o. Danlolsen at
9:4& a. m. .
Trinity, Twenty-first and Blnney. Rev,
G. W. Abbott Pastor Preaching In the
morning by tne pastor Bubject, "Modern
Mllataraltls." in the evening Mm.
Mountfort wlir jrlve' her celebrated lecture
on "Tile, yia Testament Lite of Pales
tine." ..7 , . V
Walnut Hill. Forty-first and Charles,
William Boyers, Pastor Public worship
and sermon by ..pastor at and 7.80.
Morning subject, "The Call of Abraham."
Evening , subject, VThe Tongue, Its Use
and Abuse. , Hunnay school at- noon,
Epworth league at 6:30.
Oak Street. Twentieth and Oak. Rev.
T. C. Webster, Pastor Bible school at S.
adult and other classes for all. Preaching
in evening at v:;w Dy tne pastor. Mid
week meeting Jnuraaay evening at 8.
This will be a' Thanksgiving service led
by Dr. Webster. All .welcome.
First Swedish, Corner North Nine.
teenth and Burt, Gustav Erlckson, Pas
tor Sunday school at 10 a. nv; preach
ing at n, suoject, me sate Way;
Epworth league at 6:30 p. m.; subject
for discussion, "Methodism's Responsi
bility to America;" preaching at 7:30
p. m., subject, . "The Character of
Diets Memorial. Tenth and Pierce. J
Franklin Haas. Pastor Etermon bv castor
at 10:30. Sabhatlv school at 11:46; A. O.
Walker, superintendent. Epworth .leairue
devotional service, at. 6:30. At 7:30 the
Haraca and i I'nliatnea. classes wtll . tak
charge of the service, rendering a pro
gram consisting of. addresses and musical
selections. . , . . .
First, Twentieth and Davenport, Dr
Milton B. Williams, D. D., Minister
Morning service at li; stmject, The
Christ . of the Andes; a Messenger of
World Peace;" evening, service at 7:30:
subject, "The Christian Graces." This Is
the lant of the series or evening sermon
on the Failure of Skepticism." Sunday
school at v:v a. m.; -p worm league at
:3i p. m.
Pearl Memorial, Twenty-fourth and
Iarimore, Carl G. Badur, Pastor Morn
ing worship, 10:30; service for shut-ins,
auspices of Epworth league; Sunday
school at noon; L. M. GJerde, superin
tendent; Junior league at 3:30: Miss Ruth
TrumMe, superintendent; Epworth league
at 6:30; home missionary program; even
ing worship at'T'fiV sermei ;.astor.
First quarterly conference, Tuesday, Nov.
as, 8 p. m: union intuiKsgtving serv
ice. November S P. m. ; Rev. O. M.
Humphreys of Saratoga Congregational
aliurch will preach.
McCsbe. Fortieth and Farnsm, the Rev.
T'.ev. John Grant Slilck. I'astnr Sunday
school at 10 a. m.. Superintendent D. t).
Curry, In charge. Preaching by the pas
tor at 11 a. m., themo, A rromlse of
Universal Peace." The inpetlngs will be
nrld In the two south rooms of the
church. No evening service. Prnyer
meeting Wednesday night at the pastor's
home. Our people, are Invited to worship
Thanksgiving morning at the Clifton 1T.11
I'resbyterian church. The sermon will b
delivered by the Rev. William Boyers of
the Walnut Hill Methodist church.
First. Twentv-flrst and Emmet, A. O.
Douitlass. Pastor At 10:30 a. m., sermon
for Temerance day, "A Covenant with
Death: 7:30 p. nth, IS the Young Man
Safe?" Bible school at noon; Young peo
ple's society at 6:30 p. in.
Falrvlew, Forty first and Pratt. C. It.
Fleming, Pastor Bible school at 1:45. Aft
ernoon worship at 1 suhject, "What
Jesus Swore To." Evening service of song
at 7.45. Midweek service at 8 on Tues
day evening. Mr. Kaston Is the leader.
Central United Presbyterian, Twenty-
fourth and 1 lodge At IO:SO a. m. annual
thsnlcs offering sorv.ee of the Women's
Missionary society and King s Daughters.
Sabbath school at noon Young 1'enple's
meeting at 6 o0 p. m. Evening service t
7: JO o'clock.
First, Corner Seventeenth and Dodge,
Rev. Kdwln Hart JenKn, D. I)., Pas
tor-Public worship 10: W. with- sermon
by the pastor, theme. "The Spiritual
Koundatlona of This Nation." Evening
worship at 7:30, special musical program.
Christian Endeavor meeting at 6:15. Sun
day school at it.
Third, Twentieth and I.envenworth,
F. P. Ramsay. Ph. I . Pastor-Sunday
school and pnstnr'p adult classes. !:.
Worship with sermon, 10:4.. subject "The
Place of the Lord's supper." Evening
worship with sermon. 7:30. subject. "What
Has Been Done to Make Heaven."
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 8.
First Reformed, Twenty-third Street
and South Central Boulevard C. M. Rohr
bough. Pastor sund.iy sciioot, 9:46; C. W,
Thomas, superintendent; morning wop.
slip. 11; sermon topic, "Walking with
God." followed by communion service;
evening service: Christian Endeavor at 7;
Thanksgiving service at S.
Lowe Avenue. Corner Fortieth and
Nicholas, Kev. Nathaniel MrGlffln, D. D.
Pastor Morning service at 10:30 o'rlock,
sermon on "The Fault of Sins"; Sabbath
school at 12 a. m.. Christian Endeavor at
l p. m.. evening service at 7.30 o'clock.
W'etlaesilay venln meeting at 8 o'clock
led bv Mr. Fred NeHon. suMect, "Is the
World One Parish? It Not, Why Not?'"
Westminster, Corner Twenty-ninth and
Mason, Hev. Thomas H. Mcl'nnnell,
l'tor Morning worship with ernt'n.
10 30. subject, "The Light of the Woral."
Sabbath school and Kihle classes. 11.
Westminster chnnel and Sunday school.
ISO. Young People's society. 7. . Service
of praise with sermon, 8, snrmnn subjert
"The Net that Reaches to the IVptha.",
Cllfion Hill. Forty-fifth and Grant.
Thomas H. Greenlee, Pastoi Sttndny
Sundav school, 10. At 11 a. m. an address
on "International Pence" will be given
by Mrs. Mclntoah of Washington, P. C.
She Is a sinter of lllphop Harris of the
Methodist Episcopal church. Mrs. Mc.
lntoHh has been a prominent missionary
and le'turer for a grat many years.
Evening worship at 7:20
The Church of the Covenant. Twenty
seventh and Pratt. C. 11. Fleming, Pas
torMorning worship at 10:41. subject.
"The New Covenant." Endeavor at H 4S.
Evening worship at 7 0 subject. "What
Jesus Swore To." Midweek service at
7:30 on Wednesday evening. Mr. Glrar
det. leading. A. rally day service In the
Bible school at' the Church of tho Cov
enant next Lord's day at 12.
North. Corner Nineteenth and Ohio. M,
V. 11 1 bee, 1). D., Pastor Morning wor-
thlp at 10:30. Sunday school at 12. Young
enpis's Hm-lety Christian Endeavor at
(t JO. Evening service at 7 30. Themes
Thanksgiving, the Hour Festival." and
Heal Manhood." The evening will bo
a rally for the Men and Religion Move,
ment. Prayer meeting at 7 4i W ednesday
evening. I'nlon Thanksgiving service at
First I'nlted Presbyterian church Thurs
day at 10:30 a. m.
Castellar Street. Sixteenth and Cas
tellar. Ralph H. Houseman. Minister
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, meeting
of tho session to cot.fer with new mem-
he rs. l'ulillo worship, reception of mem
bers, observance of communion, sacra
mental meditation, "The Analogue of the
Bread," 10 .10. Hlble school at 12, Henry
Uraner, superintendent. Young Peonies
meeting, f. 45. Evening worship, 7:13 A
chorus choir under the direction of Mlrs
CallMa Kerr loads thi music. Sermon
theme, "The Henrtbook of God the II md
hook of Man for Right Living." Thurs
day morning, 10:30. for one hour. Thanks
giving service. Special music. Sermon
on "The Divine Benefactor."
First Church, Seventeenth and Cass.
Rev. Manfred Lllllrfors, l'h. D.. Minister
Service at 10.30 a. m., subject of address,
"The Function of the Church In tho
Community." Sunday school at 11:45 a. m.
m SI rf M mm- - aaa sF
Key to the Situation liee Advertising.
This !ntltutlon l the onlr o
in the central west with neparaU
buildings gituated lu their own
ample ground. yet enUr,1
distinct and. rendering H VOW
to clusaify caspg. The one building
bolng fitted for and devoted to tne
treatment of - noncontagious ana
nonmental diseases, bo others toe
ing admitted. The other' Best
Cottage being designed for ana
devoted to. the exclusive treatment
of select meitsl cases, requiring
Cor a time watchful csre and spe
. .(From Woman's Magazine.)
If your complexion's bad just try this
simple, harmless homo treatment. It will
prove a revelation to you. This evening
before retiring cover the entire face with
a thin layer ef ordinary mercoilzed wax,
wTilch you can get at any drug store. In
the morning wash this off with warm
water, followed by a dash of cold. Fine
particles of the lifeless scarf skin adhere
,lo the wax and are removed with It. Re
peat this treatment nightly untll the en
tire surface skin I absorbed in this way.
The result the lovllest natural com
plexion lmaglnuble. The fresh, new skin
then In evidence Is soft and velvety In ap
pearance, delicately tlntfd with the bloom
The old surface skin comes off so grad
ually, there Is no pain, no Inconvenience,
and no detention Indoors. Chaps, black
be'ads. freckles, moth patches, liver spots,
pimples or any cruptlona are of course
removed with the f-klu Itself. Adv.
Stop all draught by lining
llf srs .
weatner strips ti
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Little children catch cold
they play upon cold
rioors. tuel i.nu grea
uuc3u ii com winus are Kut
out at windows and door.
Fire-Ipwiitoiry Sale of Liinileiimo
Because we must move from our rooms many of
our linoleums, we' begin Monday morning a stupend
ous sale of all our entire stock of printed and inlaid
linoleums. The prices are brought down so far that in
some cases they are only a fraction of the original cost.
In every instance they are much lower than the orig
inal figures, giving us slightly more than cost The sale
is the biggest we have ever conducted in our linoleum
department. See these excellent goods Monday and
judge for yourself. Some are now displayed in our
south window. Remember, the prices are the lowest
in the city for the quality, and it will be many months
before they can be duplicated. Bring measurements and
get exact linoleums for your rooms. These linoleums
may not be needed in your home now, but they undoubt
edly soon will be, and the prices are so little that you
can afford to buy now and keep in storage until needed.
Printed and Inlaid Linoleums
!!i'.?ri 'Vail T AW'V'. ' " -"-
ST ' rsmAj j.l j, : . jJ " ' !..
i i unr it' '
$1.75 Grade Inlaid Linoleum-Square yard '. $150
$1.65 Grade Inlaid Linoleum- Square yard jpl
$1.50 Grade Inlaid Linoleum Square yard '. . . .S1.25
$1.35 Grade Inlaid Linoleum Square yard $1.00
Remnants per square yard ......., 50c
Printed Linoleum v '
85o Printed Linoleum 12 feet wide square yard . . ..... ..... ,59c
80c Printed Linoleum 6 feet wide-1 Bquaro yard 55c
65c Printed Linoleum--( feet wide square ' yard 4 . ,45c
50c Printed Linoleum 6 feet wide tquare yard 39c
Remnants per square yard ...25c
Oil Cloth, per square yard .20c
Wo Sale of Migh Quality Rugs
In connection with our special linoleum inducements this week, we are, making a great
sale in our rug department. The finest and most beautiful designs in drop pattern "rugs of all
sizes will be sold at prices which are clear down to rock-bottom. They cannot be equaled
anywhere in' the city.' The quality of the rugs is the highest. The manufacturers who made
these coverings are among the 'best in the country. The pile, the design, the color scheme
and the quality make the offerings the finest inducements that we have had in many months.
The sale includes Brussels, Wilton Velvets, Axminsters, Scotch weaves all wool art squares
and several other grades. It is a sale that 'will be rernembered long in Omaha. It begins at
8 o'clock Monday morning. Some of the offerings follow.
Choice Selection of Beautiful Rugs
$10.00 $31.50 Brussels Rug Size 10-6x12.. $10.00
$15.50 $28.00 Brussols Rug 10-6x10-11.. . .$18.00
$14.00 Brussels Rug Size 9x12..
$22.50 Brussels Rug Size 9x12..
$33.50 Brussels Rug Size 9x12. . . .$25.00
$35.00 Royal Wilton Rug-Size 9x12 $30.00
$38.00 Royal Wilton Rug Size 9x12 $30.00
$45.00 Royal Wilton Rug-Size 9x12 $35.00
$60.00 Royal Wilton Rug 10-6x12. .$45.00
$40 Royal Axminster Rug 11-3x12. $30.00
$52.50 Ardahan Rug Size 11-3x12. $42.00
$21.00 Brussels Rug Size 11-3x12.. $15.00
$35.00 Wilton Velvet Rug 11-3x12. $27.50
$48.00 Brussels Rug Size 10-6x13-6 $38.00
$40 Extra Axminster 10-6x13-6 . . . $30.00
$16.50 Brussels Rug Size 6-9x8-11. $11.00
$13.00 Brussels Rug Size 6x10-9.. .$10.00
'' $18.C0 Brussels Rug Size 8-3x10-4. $11.00
$17.00 Brussels Rug Size 8-3x9-3. .$11.00
$20.C0 Brussels Rug Size 8-3x11-6. $13.00
$16.50 Brussels Rug Size 6-9x12. . .$12.00
$23.00 Brussels Rug-Size 8-3x12-6. $15.00
$32.00 Brussels Rug-Size 8-3x10-6. $18.00
$26.00 Brussels Rug Size 10-6x10-6 $15.00
$26.50 Brussels Rug-Size 10-6x12.. $18.00
$26.00 Brussels RugSize 11-3x12-9 $19.00
$22.50 Brussels Rug Size 9x11. .. .$15.00
$20.00. Brussels Rug Size 10-6x10-2 $12.00
$33.50 Brussels Rug Size 9x12. .. .$25.00
$32.50 Brussels Rug Size 10-6x12.. $20.00
$26.00 Brussels Rug-Size 10-6x13.. $14.00
$25.50 Brussels Rug Size 9x12-2.. .$16.00
$24.00 Brussels Rug Size l(V6xl2-3 $13.00
$32.50 Brussels Rug-Size 10-6x11-9 $20.00
$22.50 Wilton Velvet Size 8-3x9.. .$15.00
$23.50 Wilton Velvet-Size 8-10xll-4$lO.OO
$24.00 Wilton Velvet-Size 0x9-6.. ,$1G.00
$22.50 Wilton Velvet Sizo 8-3x8-3. $15.00
$26.50 Wilton Velvet Sizo 8-3x11-6 $18.00
$27.00 Wilton Velvet Size 10-6x9-4 $17.00
$21.00 Wilton Velvet-Si zo 8-3x9-6. $13.00
$24.00 Wilton Velvet-Size 8-3x9-6. $1G.00
$27.00 Wilton Velvet-nSize 8-3x12.. $19.00
$20.00 Wilton Velvet Size 8-3x8-3. $12.00
$31.00 Wilton Velvet-10-6xl0-0... $19.00
$41.50 Wilton Velvet 10 6x11-1. . .$28.00
$23.00 Axminster Rug 8-3x10-9. . . .$14.00
$22.50 Axmin3ter Rug Sizo 8-3x8-9 $14.00
$35.00 Axminster Rug Size 8-3x12. $24.00
$25.00 Axminster Rug 8-3x10-9 $1G.00
$27.50 Axminster Rug 7-4x10-6. . . .$20.00
$31.00 Axminster Rug Sizo 8-3x10. $22.00
$33.C0 Axminster Rug Sizo 10-6x11 $19.00
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$34.00 Axminster Rug-Size 10-6x12 $2f.00'1 h
$32.50 Axminster Rug 10-6x11-6. . .$19.00
$12.75 Kashmir Rug Size 9x12 $8.50
$18.00 Scotch Weave Rug 9x12.... $12.00
$13.50 Wood Fibre Rug-Sizo 9x12. $10.00
Dest Quality all Wool Art Squares
$16.25 All Wool Art Square12xl3-6 $12.50
$14.50 All Wool Art Square-12xl2 . $11.00
$12.60 All Wool Art Square 12x10-6 . $9.50
$10.80 All Wool Art Square 9x12. . .$8.25
$8.10 All Wool Art Square 9x9 $G.50 '
$6.75 All Wool Art Square 9x7-6.. . .$5.50
$5.40 All Wool Art Square 6x9 $4.25
Wool Filling Art Squares
$11.70 Wool Filling Art Square
Size 12x13 6 $9.55
$10.40 Wool Filling Art Square
Sizo 12x12 ....$8.50
$9.10 Wool Filling Art Square
Size 12x10-6 $7.40
$7.80 Wool Filling Art Square 9x12 $G.35
$6.85 Wool Filling Art Square
Size 9x10-6 $5.55
$5.85 Wool Filled Art Square 9x9. .$4.75
$5.00 Granite Art Square Size 9x12. $3.50
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