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Till) I IKK: OMAHA. SATURDAY, DKCHMBKR 0. 1011.
Men Appreciate Gifts
One i often in doubt
as to just the gifts to 8J
lct for n man they
should ho those things
which possess the sub
stantial service wdiicli
nifii most adiiiire and
also a full measure of
tho attractiveness and
beauty which express
your Christmas senti
ments in the fullest de
Bring your list to this Christinas store for young
men wo know just what will please "him," and our
suggestions will be. of much help to you.
Some of Hie Many Helps
Interwoven. Hone, 4, palm,
any color, iiv handsome
box ... .-$1.00
f Ilk Hose and Ilnitted 'Bilk
tic, in Christmas box, gi.
Shirts ...gl.50. $2.00
Gloves . $1.50. $2.00
Neckwear .,50S $3 OO
Bathrobes . .$5 (o 9.50
Mufflers . .5Q to $3.00
Handkerchiefs 15S ISO?
ranoy Vests CuTf Links
Smoking Seta Collar Ours
Toilet Cases Hill Folds
Pennants Fur Caps
MORE BOY THAN GIRL PUPILS
State Superintendent of Iowa Schools
AVERAGE FOR TEACHERS $48.14
Mule TrarkrM Urt n tirraiF
7.2.'l a Miuh .tllendaiM-e In
1fh'it (irratri .Till.- I
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tm vcca ptopirs
EIGHTEEN GOVERNORS MEET
Western and Southern Executives
Guests of City of Baltimore.
ELABORATE PROGRAM ARRANGED
ytmli Maryland Rapaltla rl
low4 hr Aatonobll Eioralot
aaa ltar Trip Aroaad
tae Harta.. " . , ,
, BAU'riMtiRIC. Ma... Deo. S.-U(ln(ora
ia tha boat today of nearly a score uf
governors from ww(n am) southern
atatea. This was tha- oay fixed for the
visit of the western executtvaa who are
touring the country exhibiting specimens
cf tba agricultural and mineral product
of their states, and at the Same time the
governors of six southern oommonweaJlhs
end I ha heads of nearly "ail tho transpor
t at Ion Interests In Ihe-eouth, met tiet-a for
a conference as to the best means of In
ducing deabl .Immigration no, Iht
outh. ' r
With the Southerners' came Governor
FuUn Harmon of Ohio, returclflff jx-
trim Atlanta, Oa., whey ha dad tea ea
a rpeaalng engagement.
An elaborate - program for the enter
tainment of the distinguished guests of
the city were arranged by a committee
of 100, headed by Governor Austin I
Crorhera. It embraced a vlilt to the
Maryland week exposition at tha Fifth
Regiment armory.' where a lavish ex
hibition of Maryland's agricultural and
horticultural resources In being held.; a
tour' of the city In automobiles, a steamer
excursion around the harbor with' lunch
win oa board, tha day's festivities to cul
minate In a dinner tonight, at which
covers for SW guests will be laid.
In tha list of speakers at the banquet
are three democratic possibilities Gover
nor .Karaioa, Speaker Champ Clark and
Congressman Oscar ' W. Underwood of
Tha eeograru also Included Secretary of
Commerce and I,abor Mattel. The south
em executives came hers primarily fur
a conference to stimulate Immigration
Into the south.
Condemns Foot Fall
. For Naval Cadets
' WA8IU&TN'. Deo. I -Athletic games
In general and foot ball In particular,
are , la disfavor with Surgeon Ueneral
eUokes of tha navy. In his annual re
.port, the surgeon general presents sta
tistics to prove that tha leaders In ath
letics st tba naval academy have not
bee a tba best officers In after years. II
aays foot ball la a questionable sport to
be encauraged where future officers are
bring trained and expresses the opinion
that ' while tha play may be somewhat
liasardoua, the disabling after effects of
the game ars even mora objectionable.
Regulated out-of-door sport Is strongly
recommended by , the surgeon ' geriral,
liowver. Daily physical drills on deck by
J1 ship's crewa are suggested.
Testimony of Nurse
is Another Blow to
Dr. Hyde's Defense
KANSAS CITY. 1H-C Ktlll another
nurse, Xlls Hose Churchill, testifying for
the titate In the trial of Dr. II. Clark
Hyde, chsrgcd with the murder of Colonel
Thomas M. Hwopc, admitted on cross
examination today that ,sh was not fa
miliar with the kind of camphorated nil
used In hypodermic Injections. She said
she had never seen oil administered In
Her admissions were vital to the rase,
ss It Is averred by the prosecution that
Hyde Injected pus germs Instead of cam
phorated oil, as ha claimed. Into Mar
garet Hwope's arm, and ,the nurse's direct
testimony was that she did no think
samunerated oil had been used. " '
Mis Churchill, Mlsa Elisabeth tfiitlffll;
Mra. May Ilerce and Mr. J. K. llau
mann, all nurses, testified at the morn
tin -stoo.,rrhejryae j itttU nawv, evi
dence. . r - " f 1 ' ';
1 From a Htaff' Cni respondent.
PK MOIXKH. fa.. (,.r. 8.-(H)cclal Tel
egram.) Iowa ban more boy In Its pub
.!: echools tlian Klrls. I)oiId Hie year
endliiK June ;.0, I!ll, theiv. were .13H..1I9
male students between the axes of 4 and
i years enrolled In the public school of
.he state, while there were only S3I,72 fc
The. flmircM aro taken ficm the an
nual reports of the county HUperlntend
that are being compiled Jn the of
ilee of A. M. leyoe, state suinrlntendciit
of public instruction, for his rrpoit. to
be published Boon.
According to the report, there ore LT.Hm
teai hers employed, or this nlimr 2..VW
are men and 2t.l women. The average
salary paid to the school innaum Ik H8.I4,
while the average compensation of their
brothers eiiKSged In school work for thy
state Is rti.L'.l.
The averuKe dally attendance during
the year was 3CI.1HQ,
Omaha Girl Honored
By the President of
University of Iowa
IOWA CITV. la.. Pec. . (Sneclal.)-
tle Esther TJiomas of Omaha wa
named today by President John O. Flow
man of the ITnlverslty of Iowa as a
member of the greater university com
mittee, one of the most Influential organ
Iratlona of Iowa's educational institution.
Miss Thomas will be one of the repre
sentatives from the college of liberal arta.
She Is a senior In thst college and will
leave the university this year through
Other members of tho committee are as
follows: Chairman, President Howman;
lr. 11. J. Prentiss. Dr. R. II. Volland,
lesn Austin Hcott, Prof. F. C. F.nslrn.
Iowa City; K. C. Hohhins, Cedar Rapids;
Jacob Van Her Zee, Iowa City; Arlo Wil
son. Kdgar Ashtnn. Iowa City; Esther
Thomas. Omaha; Kllsabcth Martin. Van
Meter; Raymond Murphy, Ida drove; W.
M. Whit". Hloux City; Anton Fried.
I'avenport; It. A. Kenton, Marcus; P. K.
Hngan, Onawa; Philip Hazard, Iowa City;
David A. Anderson. Iowa City.
Methods of Farmers'
Held to Be Illegal
DI.COFIAH. Is.. I. c. S.--fpeclal.)-
mcmhers of farmers' co-operative so
cleties vt 111 find much to Interest them
n a decision Just made by Judge Hob
.on cr t )e district court. In which he
held that farmers' co-operative rumpa
ntrs cannot enforre sMclsl renulrements
from theli members, but that they must
enter me open msrket on eual terms
and In ccmpetltlon with others In the
shtne lino f UualneKS. Iterause the
method cnti plained or has been adopted
generally by co-operative companies the
decision Is likely to hsve a wide Influ
ence Jn their btisirjss.
The JJecorah Farmeis' Co-operative so
ciety, organised lit liW, has a by-law
which Js In erfect thst any member of
the solety who sells hogs or otTter live
stock to any other Individual or com
pany trisl pay Into the fafnieia' com
pany treasury C cents per 100 pounds for
the; nnl TlhIs sold to competitors. Tills
virtually pnt competition at a dlsadvan-
tase of . less than 5 cents a hundred
wrricers of the coi,iMrty,' not content
with this, went Into the open market
and bid fn- hos owned by iSrions who
were iwit members of tho company, Henry
Rem-es. u hog buyer, complained1 In h
is.tltlon filaJ thst au-h action was a
combination In restraint ft, trade. The
court sustained him nnd permanently en
joined the society from exacting a bonus
from those who sold to, competitors.
LILLIAN GRAHAM ON STAND
Girl Charged with Shooting Stokes
Tells Her Story.
GAVE HIM MONEY TO INVEST
fay He Lost Seventeen llondred
Dollars In Poor Deal, bnt He
Told Hep t to Worry
A boat It.
ATTEMPTS TO CUT HIS
THROAT IN CROWDED CAR
DES MOIXKfl. Ia., Dec. 8.-Rlslng In his
seat before a crowd jd passenger coach,
on an Incoming Berk).' Island train today,
James A. Wilson, who claims his horns
lb In Calclent. Nev., tried to kill himself
by slashing hls throat wlthjkxasor.
Apparently ha missed the Jugular vein,
fur ha made a second attempt Just as a
wpexlal officer placid linxSrunder arrest.
11a Is In a local hospital.
f , lowet ?tvr Notea, -
fMANCMFHTKR-Delawara count V Is
probably tha only county In the stata at
I vr pvb aJJ u f.ne a-s J .'iu wr
Charged With Death
of Six Followers
PORTLAND, 1e.. Dec. I.-A11 Indict
ment containing six counts for the death
of six of his foOowrrs oti the cruise of
tha yan-ht Cnroriot, was 'reported today
by the) grand Jury of the United States
district court a?ilnst Rev. Frank W.
Handford, loader of the Holy Ghost and
Ca society. The trial of the Shilohite
leaders was begun immediately.
Tha lndlrtment charged Fandford with
having caused tie deaths of George
Hughey. Charles Hughey. Ralph Mer
rill. Stuart Woir, John Bolster and John
It was charged Jn tho Indictment that
Sundford "did imla.'wfuily, knowingly and
wilfully cause and, allow tha Coroliet to
proceed and continue cm a voyago with
out suitable and sufficient food to supply
the necessities and .sustain the life of
George Huarhey and the officers, crew
Ssndford pleided not guilty. ' He dis
missed his 'attorneys early In tha week,
explaining that, ha could defend himself.
"God," he said, "la tha only counsel I
Railroad Guard ;
Killed and Two
, , Hurt at Memphis
MtW Martart ftworc Whon l.fe th
4 ULaWf aa 'aw a a a aw
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tawjKafl so tavsia fv f-mm .'tn'(4M ;. r at Lb nfm.i m ,'rr 1 aa hr
Wind Storm Does
in Los Angeles
IXS ANGELA. CS,I.. lc. t.-Une man
wa killed, tha Uvea uf many others were
menaced and much damage was done to
property In a wind storm which l,Kan
bore about midnight last night and con
tinued today. C. B. Jackson, a lineman,
f-a brown from the top of a sixty-foot
lule while revalrlna damage dune by the
wind and mas killed. The wind had
blown a flagpole across the rlectrlo light
wires, bieakiiig then and causing a sec
tion of tha city to be In darkness fur
ing germs to her. and Mrs. I,ogan O.
Pwope. mother-in-law of rr. Hyde and
financier of the preserutlon, were both
scheduled to testify, according to plana
made by tha state lust night. Miss Rots
Churchill, a nurse, was on the stand whon
court convened and tha length"' of her
testimony and cross-examination was
HolU Mrs. Swope and her daughter Mar
garet hav given testimony In this trial
In a private hearing held by Judge Por
terfleld, to pass on the competency of
certain testimony, but the Jury has not
Miss Kwope's appearance now Is muth
more attractive than It was dining the
first trial. Then she was Just recovering
front an attack of typhoid fever, a sires
of which the Mwope home had experi
enced and which Vr. Hyde was charged
with causing. The girl was pale and
weak. Her hair was short and she wore
a wig.' Vlnd to make her teatlmony Im
pressive her wig was removed, snd when
aha sat In the vltness clisrtr she told her
story In a slow, weak voice, she had the
undivided attention of tha Jurors.
Rut the supreme court has decided the
typhoid testimony .must be barred from
thla trial, so ao evidence regarding It
will be offered. Mlsa Hwope will simply
tell of tha Injection Ir. Hyde gave her
on Iiecember IS, 19!K), ,T;hlch he said was
camphorated oil, but which the state run
tends was pua germs.
Miss Margaret Swope
Will Tell Her Story
to Hyde Jury Today
KAXMAS CITV, Mo.. Dec. &.-A report
thst members of the Hwope family would
tell their storlea to the Jury for tho first
time In the second trial of Dr. B. Clarke
Hyde for the first time In the second
trial or Dr. B. Clarke Hyde for the al
leged murder of Colonel Thomas 11.
Swope, drew a large crowd to Judge
Porterfleld's i-ouit room todjy. All the
choice eeats, nearest to the witness chair
(and the counsel table were taken long be-
tore court opened. , Many women were
among the fpectators.
taxes. A iew properties were advertised, 4
0111 ins raxes on an or them Had been
paid by the time the tax sale was held.
CORNING Harry Houck. sged IS, a
pupil of the Corning High school, com.
milted suicide lils morning by hanging
hUiiself In a livery barn. No cause 1m
known. His parents.. Mr snd Mrs. Frank
Houck, ars old realdants. ,
KHTMKRVILI.B Arnt F-speaet. son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Espesst, and Miss
Hannah linger, daughter of Mr. and Mra.
August Hagar, were married at the home
of tlie bride's parents by the Rev. J. J.
Akre of the Lutheran church. After a
short wedding trip through the Dakota
they will return and make F.sthervllle
their future home.
KSTHKVIIXK Arthur Ramble of
!emmon. X. and Miss Marie Jacob-
son of this city were married at the Luth
eran church last evening. They will re
side at l.euimon. . 1
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Dec. ".-Investigation
into1 tha ahooslng near tha Nonconnah
yards of ,ttis lUinofa Central railroad
early today by which one' man lost hi
&s fa itatne reiXy
XEW YORK. Dee. S.-Miss I.llllan Gra
ham burst Into such a violent fit of weep
ing that court had to take a recess lor
flee minutes today and Interrupt her
story of her relations with W. K. D.
Stol;es, whom alia and Ethel Conrad ate
accused of trying to murder. The de
fendant lost control of herself while un
der examination by her own attorney.
"Did you ever have any conversation
with Mr. Stokes In regard 1o your voca
tion In llfo?" asked the attorney.
"I told him I wanted to go on the
r.tage and he told me not to."
"Did he five) you any reason whv you
should not go on the stage?"
"Tf ," answered Miss Graham, Fobbing,
lie ruiil I was too good."
Here the wltne.s' voice broko and she
gave herccjf. entirely over to Weeping.
Mr. Jordsrl, rrer attorney, then ssked
about giving hrr money to ftoke?.
Invested Money for Itrr.
"lie told tno thst he could rr..ke It earn
big dividends and asked me If .VX once In
a while would be enough and I told him
It certainly would, nnd I gave him about
"Did you ever a.-k him abuut Hie
"Yes, frequently, and several months
after Ire told me that he thought he had
lost it by putting it Into a poor deal. He
told me not to worry; to buy everything
I needed and have It sent to the desk
at the Ansonla. '
"Did you have much sent to the An
sonlaT' "No, not very much, becauso my sister
gave me nearly everything I needed."
Mies Graham then told of several auto
mobile rides she had with Ktokes and
other entertainment he had provided for
Miss Graham gave her age as 22. years.
She first met Stokes In September, 1908,
she said, when he came to the apartments
of her sister, Mrs. 8ingleton, In the An
roiiia. After that. Miss Graham sa'.d,
I Gifts of Per- ?
Tha victims of tha shooting were Victor
C. Benner, a railroad guard, who was In
stantly killed as ha rods. on an engine,
and Captain O. W. Dillaway, a deputy
of the federal marshal, and Charle Mo
Caiman, another guard. Tha latter two
were badly hurt, but it la believed thsy
A aquad of guards were called to tha
railroad yards to suppress reported riot
ing. At tha outskirts of the yards the
officers were fired upon. They opened
fire, but their assailants escaped.
A strike of road shopmen is still under
way here. 1
A coroner's Jury today was empaneled
to investigate tha killing of Benner.
Key to tha HituaUort-Bas Want Ada
The piece that
carries a great
measure of Its val
ue as a gift In its
be readily selected
from our display.
The a x t n a 1 vs
scarf- pins. cuff
. necklaces, la valll
' eres, men's watch
charms,- tie clasptl.
and waistcoat but
tons. For - selection of
gifts worthy of the
most refined and
cultured people our
stork holds every
Doat Merely Bay
Ul JIVELIg II
III lata aad Bangs'. I
1 JJ n LEW RAEEPJI ?
Fall Out of Bed
Proves to Be Fatal
DKNVlMt. Dec. S. Charles Green, ae
employe of a local stable died toils y In s
liuspltal from a fractured skull, siihtaliiee'.
vbeu hs fell 'out of bed last night while
he was dranilri( tltat lie was breaM.ig
a spirited horse to the saddle. He fell to !
the ftoir. his head striking with grratl
lorce. . I
The key to succra :n iuatiis Is the
Judicioua and persistant of newspaper!
GIRL BURNS TO DEATH
PLAYING WITH MATCHES
ST. HOWARD. Neb., Dec. S.-(Hpwlal
Telegram. )-The S-jvar-eld daughter of !
Roy Acbterberg, living six miles south !
of here was burned so badly yesterday
he died last night. She .ai jilaying with I
her little brother In tl.e granary and the'
supposition It Ihev weiv playing with j
mutches, setting the little gil l's clothing !
on fire. H.e started tn run to the house j
snd her clothe were nearly all burned
off before she was readied by her I
mother. Roth the mother's
hands were badly burned In tiy4ig to save
the child. This was the onlv girl of the
Ouly "IlllUuu 91I.MSB"
That la Laxative Brumo tjuiiiliie. Look for
Ifie signature of K. w. Grove. Lsed the
world uvrr to cuie a cola in one day. l:.
JOHANNKSTHAU Germany. Dec (
A new endurance record for an aeroplane
fhsiit with a passeiiKer was acnieved to
day by Herr Huv.la.k. the well known
aviator. wio Hayed m the. air for four
hours and I went -ttue. muiiUe. The pre
vious record kss held bv Heir Von lllner
who Kt-t.inp'lslied a flixht lih a pa,rtI
ger lasting Inn hours, ten minute and
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FOLLOW THE BEATON PATH 1 1
3 To l
For twelve months we have been preparing for the Holiday business we've been
searching all the markets, both at home and abroad, for the very choicest "gift goods"
that the world has to offer. They're all here NOW. Come in early while the assortments
are complete avoid the "last days" rush benefit by the better attention which we can
give, you NOW. Note special prices for Saturday:
These exquisite creations
ara rapidly takinx the placa
of Sterling Silver on Ml
lady;g Toilet Table. Ivory
Toilet Accessories are not
only more beautiful and
durable, but are much eas
ier to care for and to keep
cleen. We have a splendid
assortment you can select
the piece you want, at the
price you want to pay.
We are featuring Imported perfumes
of rare fragrance., for many of which
wa are exclusive agents. . Perfumes are
now ho decidedly In favor that they
constitute a most acceptable Christmas
rcmembrsnre. Coty's Jaceuemlnot Rose
12.:. per ox. Coty's Violet, SI. "3 per ox.
Violet Farnese, 1.50 per oa Rlgaud's
Mary Garden, $.'.00 per ox. . Houblgant's
Ideal, 11.7V Houblgant's Lily ef toe
Valley, f : SO put ox. D'Jsr Kiss. $1.5
per ox. Cbantecler. 1160 par ex. This
la the first opportunity to buy these
rare perfumes in bulk. They also come
In ' very attractive Christmas boxes.
Tot Saturday only wa ara selllnr hua
drasa of popular aosnostla perfumes,
rtgalar SOe valaes for gfto. Also 4711
KaJae Koses, regular too value, io.
We have been very care
ful this year to select
leather articles of known
We invite your Inspection,
secure in a confidence that
we have the best line in the
city. Shopping bags, travel
ing; cases, manicure sets,
bill books, card cases,
leather and silk traveling
cases for men in fact a
most ' complete line for
Saturday we are making a
special showing, and we
urge) prospective patrons to
make their selections at
Nothing nicer for a
man ' than a really
good Safety Razor
that's all we have
the best. G lllettes,
(rams, Durham Du
plex, etc. Quite a
number In special
Christmas boxes, and
all u Italia for "bis"
lleatou's will be ltesd
quarters thla year for
Christ maa Candies, '.'lie
best and most delicious
In the world. Park 6
T 1 1 f o r d a', G u t h ' a,
O'Hrlen s. 1 .owner's,
Johnston's. WoKivinl a,
and the celsbrated "atry
Oarea Chocolate" fully
sqaal to aa aoe aallty
la tka world. 3 So usv lb.
t-la. aos Tse.
Special for Saturday
only the Bowleg Btaad
ar ran, rsgnlar Talus,
a.50 for luj. A
Fountain Pen la soire.
Ihlng that any man will
appreciate. We have
the popular Waterman
nnd Conklln Kelt I'Mling
at mon mra ctlve
prices, and In special
Chrlatmss Gift Doxes.
Beaton Drug Co., 15th and FarnamSts.
she snd Slopes met very tift--n.
Miss Graham did tint rev 11 tli" note
(fated Deeen b. r 1J. 11";, in which i he ex
pressed dlshesrtcnmrnt Iiecause Stokes
bad falhrl to see li.-r two nights In i-'ic-ccsslon
hen she expected him.
Injury to Workmen
NEW YORK. Dec. S.-Injjrics to work
men, their prevention and Uie employers'
responsibility were ,ilriik...t -i, ......
st a meeting of tho depart mii of com
pensation for Industrial accidents and
their prevention of the Notional Civic
iteration. J-iflTKis Lynda Stetaon. Trof
Henry It. ,-ieager of Columbia imlversltv.
Ji Walter Lord of Hujtlmoro and o M.
A. Vltl of Pennsylvania were somo of
the prominent men scheduled to partici
pate. . .
HUNDRED ANDHFTY DROWN
Bridge Over Volga River Carried
Away by Ice.
IN HtOCESS OF CONSTRUCTION
Tito Hundred Men WorUlug on the
JMrttetere Arc Losl Oaly Fear
Hod lea Hnve Ueen Re
covered. ST. ri:Ti:n.SRVRG. Doc. S.-Bctwern
1VI and 200 workmen were today plunged
Into the Volga river through the collapse
of a railroad bridge jiear Kazan. The
bridge, which was In course of construc
tion, was carried away by the pressure of
Ice. Only four corpses thus far have
Key to the Situation Bco Want Ads.
My, What Splendid
Assortments! ' y
'Hi is remark seoma to be a slogan
uitli people when they view our super
selection of Gift (Joods for men and boys.
Every section of this great store
seems to bo fairly alive with practical
gifts just tlie very sort that' are most
appreciated by the modern manor boy.
(J lance over this list of suggestive items,
then come and see what we claim to be
the greatest showing of good gifts for
men and boys to be found in Omaha.
Smoking Jackets. JtTS.00 to $22.50
Bath Robes $;l30 to $:.0O
Dressing Robes. .$10.00 to fSS.00
toxed Neckwear soc up
Glovert 91. SO up
Boxed Hose $1.00 and $1.30
Hose and Tie Scts.$1.0() mid $1.50
Silk Umbrellas. . . .$;i.50 to $7.50
Suit Case Umbrellas $3.50
Traveling Sets. . . $5.00 to $22.50
I Fur Caps $2.50 to $25.00
Pullman Slippers. .$1.50 to $3.00
Laundry Bags. . $2.0 and $.0O
Traveling Bags.. $5.00 to $0.00
Suit Cases $5.00 to $27.50
Box Initial IldkTg $1.50
SWrts $1.3,, up
Boxed Pyjamas. .$2.50 and $5.00
Mufflers . '. 50c to $10.00
Ladles' Silk Hone $1.00
The Last Day of Our Great
Holiday Clothing Sale
' Boys' Suits and Overcoats at Immense Reductions
Think of buying a jaunty, stylish, two-piece suit for. boys
which sold up; to $15.00, for only $5.00. Juvenile! Russian
Overcoats, Sailor Blouses and Russian Suits which sold
up to $10.00 and $12.50 for only $5.00. That's tho sort of
extraordinary Holiday Bargains we ate offerings Oo'iiie
2 1 J 1 -a' . a
tomorrow nnu take advantage or this unusual
offer. Hundreds of garments to choose from,
all at one price. .
Browning. jvg & Cq
if, WILCOX, Mgr. 15th at Douglas
jn uur JJnc-a-iJrac Department
we offer high-grade
(Like illist ration.)
Clear white china with gold .
handles. A beautiful 'and useful
gift. "We have hundretla nf nnU
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G-inch Jug, white with gold handles; holds four ftft
7'inch Jug, white with- gold handles; holds five ' M A
glasses. Regular value $1.00; special 4"C
Tls-inch Jug, white with gold handle; holds A
six glasses. Regular value $1.25; special u"C
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For Saturday Only
Imported Pansy Jointed Doll, 24
inches long. 'Bisque head. (Joes
to sleep. Brown, golden or blonde
curly hair. Wears bootees and
stockings. Regular price
( i. ike cut.) s Steel wheels and
frame. Thoroughly constructed
and collapsible. Upholstered
with pantasote. Made by Lloyd
Mfg. Co. Regular price Q'Ja
$1,115; spt'cial Oil
rchard & Wiihelm
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