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JULY CLEARANCE SALE SPECIALS ALL OVER THE STORE
Women's $1.00 GLOVES, Pair, 68c
QPPPT A I Womon's long, puro silk
JM. Lim.ljl Biovc8, extra quality, doublo
tipped fingers, 16-button length, AO
worth, $1.00, Saturday, pair V
At the FOUNTAIN
Samoier Cloiing Honrs
During July and August
Store Opens Dally nt 8 A. M.
Storo Closes Daily at S P. M.
Saturdays, 8 A. M. to 0 P. M.
50c PALM OLIVE CREAM for 29c
Borax, 15o pack 7n
age, 1 lb IU
Canthrox Sham- Q i n
poo, 80o site. . . t I U
Rath Brushes. AQn
786 values U
Violet Glycerine Boap,fin
Jergen's, 10c sltoat u
Talcum Powder, I On
Jese, S5o site.... I3U
nice Powder, lm- I Qn
ported, 28o !.. I au
at tho now soda foun
tain, Saturday for. ., . . .
Now for a Grand Final Clearance Saturday of All Our
WOMEN'S TAILORED SUITS
THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY JULY 12, 1913.
Our Entire Stock of Beautiful Silk and Cloth Tailored Suits is Included in
This Great Clearance Movement. It's Indeed Your Opportunity
VERY little indeed need be said about the wonderful bargain possibilities this great clearance movement presents, Suffice to- say that
it includes our entire high grade stock of silk and cloth suits and that' they have all been divided into three great groups and marked
at prices that will insure their clearance in double quick time. SALE STARTS PROMPTLY SATURDAY MORNING AT 8 O'QLOCKv
THE STYLES re the1sea?on'S very latest and mojt approved, fjjj? MATERIALS Include such splendid weaves as Epdnge,
jusl auuu &uu& as wiu uc vciy ucaudmc iui cmiy ucuiuim vjuius, ivieii s vv ear oeraes, onep-
Plain S lkH. Hnrrlprl S W nlcr nlnin WliStn RHlrc '
fall wear. All the best colors aa well as white and black. All sifces for women and 'misses.'
herd Checks, Stripod Materials, Ratine, Plain Silks, Corded SilkB, also plain White Silks.
TAILORED SUITS that were
formerly mirked $19.50
$25.09 at Clearance Stic
Price, Saturday Choice , . .
x GROUP 2
TAILORED SUITS that were
formerly marked $29.50 to
$39.50 at , Clearance Sale
Price, Saturday Choice . . .
TAILORED SUITS that were
formerly marked $45.89 to
$65.00 at Clearance, Sale
Price, Saturday Choice , . g
;Orkin Bros.- Your Home Store.?
jOrkin Bro3,-Your Homo Stores
JBIEF 0ITI NEWS
SleoWio Jfaoa Burgess-QranJen Co.
jciri Moot Print It Now Deacon PreaBt
rlflpilty Storage & Van Co, noun. "51.
Tfce Jlattroa Omaha's high grade fan?
Uy.'hbUl. lHh & BC Mary's. Transient rms.
"WjUa yon two a vacation leave yow
silverware, tc, Jn Omala Sato Deposit
Co,'i?: jiurtfartproof vauft, lis Farnam 8t
jsjivbrce Bait rila Berth. E. Vtele
has. sued lor divorce Iron WlUtam U.
Viele. 'She alleges that he deserted her
In January, 1910.
tolius Xld Vp Mrs. Axel Hansen,
ft-flf&fitth Kovxn'teenth street, was held up
hnl'itAeifro footpad ate.venteetlWWl4.
Uatehworth streets "Thursday nlgtitaEd
.'iRk strarnp Wants Olvores-TariV
Strarup has applied, toe .dlyorce from
pi'e'vla Strarup alleging that she, de
terted him July 2 1811, and has, since, re
cused, to Uvo with him.
Sues tov rroxea yotatoas B,
Botcky seeks to recover from the CM
ceso, MIlwauKee . & SU Paul l?allroad
cornpany WtJ.B3 and Interest Tfhleh he
saVs' Urdu's" him for potatoes frosen eo
route from Madison, 8. D., to Omaha
ldsjirjh. He aa filed suit In the dls-Jrlcj-court.
SQsnls rolrcMld rinsd Minnie Falr
ehlld, proprJetress of the AltaVista, 106
Howard street, was fined $50 an.d costs
In-- police court tor conducting a 'din
orSerly house. Of. the three Inmates ar-;
rested, all of them women, two forfeited
jends and the other was discharged by
Judge Kdster. when evidence was sub
mitted that she was In the hotel Innocent
of Its character.
tooks Aftw Xls Crops Fred B. Phil
pott of the Union Taclflc advertising
- department has gone to Salisbury, Mo.,
to look after the threshing of jthe grain
oh Jits farm pear that town. Report
frm the farm are to the effect that the
Wheat will turn qut not less than thirty
lit bushels per acre. While at the farm
Mr.tPhllpott expects to contraet for th
sale' of the. product' of his. orchard, tha
greatest portion of which. Is growing
J'$Iews Reporter Who
. i ; Rummages Papers
..Ctiaries B. 'Drlecoll, reporter .for 'tfte
Hews, was forcibly ejected from the of
fice of Dan Horrigan, secretary, of Ue,
charter convention, when Horrigan. cotn'
Ing lnto the office, .Ifound. the newspaper
man "rummaging through the official
papers of 'the convention." '
j.'1! had frequently told him tor keep qvt
fi my office "When I was not thero,"
i&td -Horrigan. "He had a habit ot BQ
tng thero 4hen I was out and looking
over the" papers on ray desK. I found
him going 'through the records of. the
;fiarter, quite at home In th office."
f'l will fllo complaint for assault,"
aid Drlscolt "Horrigan had given, m
the papers he snatched way. I
4ldn't get real angry until about fifteen
minutes after the Incident, and then I
decided I'd punch his head the first
flmn I met him on the street. l'ra glad
I ' ttf didn't lose my head, or something
5lghf4have happened there."
Oopeland is Held
y Under the Mann Aot
Ijohn TV. Copeland and Josephine Phil
J? arejn.lhe clutches of the federal
tovernmerit, the former charged with
rloiatlotv of. the- Mann white slave act
$op?land Ha aliened to have taken the
till from Arkansas City to St. Louts,
thence .to Kansas City and finally to
-")maha tog Immoral purposes. Last night
he pair waa run down by city detectives
.osephjns Phillips told United States
Attorney P. 8. Howell that she was ?i
rears of age and was married to Cope
land. 'When asked how old she was when
married, she said 1$. 8ho then went on
to explain that she was married In tht
year 1800. Howell says she Is about &
ycarf and not married to Copeland,
CHARLES E, ADY RETIRES
lays Down Part of Duties as General
STAYS WITH THE .NATIONAL LIFE
'Will Continue . Sell'na: Ineurnrtcc,
Service to roller Holders and De
vote Some Time to QroirlBs; ,
Charles E. Ady retires from a position
long held by him with the National Lite
Mr. Adj? came to Omaha, as state k'ent
andadjuster for ono of the fire Insur-2r57-.
' eomKanlm Julv 1. 1R31. Januarvl 1.
l9&'he. "resigned; this 'position to engage
In the Ufe'lnsuranca bbslness with John
Steel, Nebraska, general agent of the
Northwestern. July. 1S39. he entered the
service oi tho National,
Durlnc his twenty veara in the life ln
suranes business he has been an active
and loyal member of the Life Under-
wrltors' Anr!n!lnn nt Knbraaka.. which
h has served as president and many
terms as chairman ot tne executive com
mittee. Purlng the same time he has
been prominently Identified with the Na
tldhal Asoclat!on ot Lite Underwriters.
or twelve years ne was a msmoer oi
the executive committee, and for seven
years chairman of Its roost important
sub-committee, ne nas a wiae acquaam
ntif with life insurance men and com
pany officials. He, has always ntood for
square and honorable dealing ' with the
Dubllo and for a high code of ethics In
the life insuranco business.
Mr. Adv is well identified with the
business affairs of Omaha and la cx
tnnctvelv Interested in farms and farm
ing in western Iowa, eastern- Nebraska
and eastern Bouth oaKota. ae expecis
to spend considerable time on his farms
Letter to Agents.,
AKinmnnli4 bv a letter from the Na-i
Uonal Life Insurance' company Mr, Ady
ha sent out to the policynoiaers oi tne
agency thq following lettert
NATIONAL LIKE INSUftAWOB W..
CHAULEiS E. ADY, General Agent,
401-V3 Paxton Blook.
avrAMl -KTa. JnlV 1. 1913.
Tp the Policyholders of the Rational In
the jMorasKa Aijenoy, i.u -After
fifteen years' service with the Na
tional. 1 am retiring July i irom my
present position with the company, pur-
Kvith you hav been uniformly pUaaant
ano agreeauie, bjiu win, "
noeifli relations also have been very
toleasant. Many of you are my closest
Irtddeurest friends. I UianK Vou all tor
your friendship, patronage and unvarying
xmoness. it. w
dea-vor at all Umf to render ybu eftu
.1.1 .t.i iiAiis-tAniisi AtnlftM. una 1 Will.
state- now that if at any time in tho
... o tun s tiiii nn nr
consult me with, regard to your insur
ance, please feel at liberty, to do so. I
shall be glad to render such service.
Vpu are Insured in one of the oldest
and best companies, and hold policies
yiai are noi nurixiMcu i vvihi. v.
and hope, that all of you will continue
10 carry your policies inrouu v
turlty. Premium' payments should be
made through this office as heretofore,
1 ...... II.,.,. In Am.ti. tV.nlV.IVn
years, and for twenty years have been
enBBSeu in me me iiiqurfuiB
I shall continue to live here and expect
to continue In the business with the No-
. , 1 TW ...... X. -V.. II ..... . .... .lm.
to the selling ot life insurance and serv
ice 10 popcynaiaern, wlm me awiiJiiui)
that I shall gtva such time a may be
AOA.KaM -,ASifnnt Vtiieil nsta lr.
tereeta. X can b reached any time at
my residence, ttS North Thlrty-nlpth
street, telephone Harney. US
ACBUrHlb UU xus sa-t i a ivuivimmvi
you kindly, that I shall be tad to see
you n-i any nine, ana iruouucf .i.l a iji
L.... . . I . . ,.l.n.l,ln n tmnA
will, with best regards ond best wishes,
I remain. Yours very truly,
-Advertisement, CHARLES g. ADV-
OMAHA JOBBERS WILL NOT
HAVE A TRADE EXCURSION
The trade extension committee of the
Commercial club has decided that it will
not have a trade excursion this year
because ot the strtRtioix, objection of the
jobbers. ?hl Is the second year In which
the. trade exeurtton has been passed.
Charles E, Ady to '
Lay Down Burden -
of Executive Work
Charles E. Ady, after fifteen years at
general ng6nt for the Nationat Life In
surance company in Nebraska, lays do'n
tho general executive features of tho work
and will devote his time to the seylce cjf
policyholders and selling life insurance,
continuing his connection with tnU com
pany. This arrangement will enabfn iilmto
e-lve proper attention lo certain private
btieltif 83 , af fairs In addition.' He' Is. ex
.tenslvely interested, in. Carmine ln lo'-Y'tf
Nebraska an4 Soilth DaitStu '.hl spi els
to spena much of his, Mma. hereatttf (ip
J, V, Starratt of the National Life, for
merly located at Lincoln, takes up the
work from which Mr. Ady ruUrr
' Mr. Ady, who has been 'n the lit o in
suranco business In Omiha for tenty
two years, is one pt tho most- widely
known insurance men in tho state nnd
middle west, and has n vxt!slvj s
qUalntnnce In the busiess over the coun
try. He Is one of a number of Omaha
Insuranco men lo achieve the kind of
success that brings very substantial re
wards and these rewards wisely bundled
now enable htm to makn this ohuriS3.
The Ady homo at 418 North Thirty-ninth
street, whs one of the larjwr dwellings in
that handsomo residence dUtrot stricken
by the tornado. After ser.tl months It
has been restored to first clous condition,
with a good deal of strain and stress i.pon
the nervous force of Mr. und Mrs. Ady,
Who, with their children, contemplate u.
rocreatlon either In tho .vostum n;oun,
tains or northern woods.
BEST FISHERMAN IN STATE
City Clerk Flynn Gives Fine Demon
stration of Ability,
NEVER GET AWAY FROM HIM
Even When tUo Tolo Breaks Under
Heavr Strain "He Goes Rtrht
v .After Line 'Without Fenr
- I tr-
o c i e t.y
rriday, July 11, 1913.
Sugar Goes Up and
Coffee is Cheaper
Sugar has advanced 20 cents par hun
dred this week. This makes tho total
advance on sugar In the last three weeks
M .cants. There has been no change' in
the price of flour, but the old wheat 1
rapidly diminishing and the new wheat
Is coming In. New wheat Is always ot
an Inferior grade. Coffee has fallen off
I cents a pound In the last month. wh
dried fruits, are s per cent lower nqw
than ono year ago.
Ited currants, gooseberries and black
raspberrjes'aro now off the market. The
apricot crop is short this year, but
Plums and all California fruit Is very
plentiful, Colorado raspberries, late
cherries, Texas and California peaches
are all on the market. Butter is now
priced at '23 cents.
PEW IS RESTRAINED FROM
GETTING HIS WIFE'S MAIL'
Mrs. Edith Pew, wlo of Arthur Pew,
formerly owner and publisher of the
Mediator and the Railroad Mediator, has
secured a restraining order from Judge
A. C. Troup of the district court enjoin
ing the postal authorities from delivering
mall addressed to Mrs, Pew, the Mediator
or tho Itallroad Mediator to her husband.
Another restraining order has been Issued
tc. Mrs. Pew by Iudge English enjoin
Intr Pew from receiving mail not ad
dressed to himself personally.
Mrs, Pew is suing her husband for di
vorce. Pew at present is In Kansas City
and before going away left a change of
address card for the Mediator and Rail
road Mediator mail to be sent to him. He
Claims he still owns and publishes the
two papers, while his wife claims she
is the rightful owner and publisher ot
the papers. The restraining' orders were
put into the hands ot Postmaster John
C. Wharton today.
SCATTERED SHOWERS ALONG
ELKHORN VALLEY THURSDAY
Fairly good and well scattered showers
were general along the Elkhorn valley
line of -the Northwestern and the main
lino pf the nurllngton Thursday night.
In the vicinity tf Curtis. Frontier county.
there was a hallttorm that did ponsld,
erablt damage to corn and gardens.
Through the stress and storm of a long
career In local politics Thomas J. Flynn,
the genial city clerk, has held doggedly
to his title ot friend ot tho plain people
and tihrlvated vote-corraller,' and he-has
persistently ,tou8tit down anything that
might dim the glory of his ,'prUtlno
-prowess but, lo, the work ot a lifetime
is shattered and Flynn squirms beneath
a pew and frivolous title. '
"Best fisherman In the state," said
Josephua Butler, city gas commissioner,
returning from a trip to Carter lake
with Flynn. "That boy has It all over
the ancient Peter or any other angler
I have ever known or read about. Why,
let mo tell you what he did. yesterday,
And then follows the fish story hero
related, which, by word of numerous,
witnesses, Is declared to bo the uncol
With a cane pole and a little rowboat
Butler and Flynn anchored in tho shade
of the old Icehouse across from the bath
inc beach, They baited their hooks and
threw them wide and waited for the fish 1
to bite. They got a few nibbles and the-
promise of a real big fish, when the
corks went under with a thud. They
even pulled in a few nice bass,
Suddenly, while drowsing In the heat,
Fynn saw hi" bobber shoot straight
down, The line went whistling through
the water, He felt a mighty tug at his
pole. ' This tug wa so great that it
nearly capsized the boat Flynn, a little
excited, reeled in, and then suddenly.
.with a vicious wlggla ot the tali the lake
monster broke the pole dean off.
Be It said here that Thomas J. Flynn
is no coward. Wth?r!Unge he left the
boat, .knocking Butler'oyer In the bottom
ot It. He hit the water broadside on. A
few powerful strokes sent him with a
marvelous speed through the watet
toward the disappearing little end ot
the pole. He caught the pole about the
middle of the lake and turning about,
resolutely swam heroically for the shore
Butler, mouth open In astonishment,
watched him toll through the choppy
waves. Flynn did not call for help. He
went straight for the shore and clam,
berlng Up the bank, proceeded to land hit
catch. Then the first yell ot delight
"A big blue bass," he shouted. "As big
as a whale. Look at him, Joe. Just look
at him, He'll weigh twenty pounds."
Ot course the ' bass didn't weigh
twenty pounds, but Butler and Flynn
agree that he tipped the scales at three.
Murphy Starts to
Grade West Farnam
Hugh Murphy has started grading west
laroam street irom rorty-rourtn to For-
tYrOlffhth. nrenaratnrv tn r.urhlnv AnA
paving. The stone for the curbing Is now
cu iuuic iu uniuim una ueorge aiunroe,
in charge of Mr. Murphy's paving outfits,
says the work Is to be pushed to com
pletion, thus relieving the condition at
the Belt line crossing at Fprty-slxth and
EA8LBS b,ave upsot tho summer plana of society. "While there aro
1 IT moro than tho usual' amount pt ontertalnmeats going on during
1 V L neaiou term, especially ror tne attractive visitors, still a
number of young matrons have bad te c&ngo their plans for tho
summer bocauao many of the young fashionables tave the moaalos.
Not any of tho children havo been seriously HI; in fact, most of them
havo, such "a .light case; that it is difficult to keep them in, but as the
malady Is contaKloua at certain times, maiiv tfummor Diana havtoea unseL
Little Julie and Samuel Caldwell. Jr.. who were to have accompanied
their grandmother to Tioga, Pa., had to remain home because Uttlo fJiaa
Julie had the measles; later Mr. and Mrs. S, S. Caldwell and children plan
to go east.
Little Miss Eleanor Kountxe had an attack of tho measles and was out
of quarantine only ono day betoro leaving for Europe with her mother,
Mrs. Charles A. Kountze,
Tho little Mlssos Gertrude Kinolor and Gertrude Kountie have each
just recovered fronton attack; the latter became suddenly ill while attend
ing a children s party at tne country cluu.
Little Miss Catherine Coad, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Coad, has
just recovered and left Tuesday ovenlng with her grandmother, Mrs. Cath
erine Crelghton, and Miss Etta, Cretghton, for a few weeks' stay at Bald
Eagle Lake, Minn.
Little Mary Jane Kinalor- has a slight attack and Katharine Deorly,
Bernlco Smith and Frank Blair Smith aro among tho children who have
recently- rocoverod. ' '
Birthday Party at Club, ,
Little Miss Virginia Moore celebrated
her tenth birthday bv antertalnlng a num
ber of her playmates at Happy Hollow
this aternoon. Mrs, J. A. Moore was as
slsted by Mrs. John A, Llonberger and
about elghten children were present. The
Invitations were in rhyme and most of
the replies came In rhyme. The follow
ing Jingle served as the invitations for
"On July eleventh,
If you have the time.
I would like you to be
A guest of mine.
If you will come
At the hour or two,.
I will do my best
To entertain you.
Picnio at Miller Park.
Members of tha W. W. club entertained
at a plcnla Wednesday afternoon at Mil
ter park, dames and contests were played
and prises were won by Mrs. J. .K. Mo.
rr.rv,Ym anil Mr. fiArir Rwoboda. At
E o'clock & nlcnlfi luncheon was served.
The children of the members were guests
of honor. August 6 the club wJU be, en
tertained by Mrs. L. Oldfleld- ' Those
evening at the club! Oeorgd Kelly will
have ten guestss Franklyn Shotwell, fjvoj
Harry Steel, fourj O. It, ConaVit, ten;
12. C. Henry, eight
At Carter lake Club.
miss Ethel Tlerney is entertaining a
week-end house party at her cottage, The
Iloost, at Carter Lake club. The guests
aro Misses Ethel Mohler, Terra Tlerney,
Armenta Anspaoh, Hasel Anderson, Helen
Anderson, Helen Sorenson, Alma Soren
son and Henrietta West,
Eeveral dinner parties were given Thurs
day evening at the club, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Brodeg&ard had as their guest
Miss Lillian Hansen ot Chicago, Mrs.
Anna Friberg, Miss Friberjr, Miss Blanche
Keye and Miss Anna Brodegaard.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. K. Hanford had aa
their guests Mr. and Mrs. A. Webster,
M. W. ClirUtlancy, and Miss Martha Hon
ford. With Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Btors were
Mrs. Leahy, Miss May deleter ond Harry
Dr. Hays daantner had as his guests
Miss Bertha Mers and Mr. and Mrs. J.
L. Mew. Mr. T. E. Wood entertained
Mr. Fred Brill of St Louis, " F. C. Best '
had rojpr' guests? J. V Refrigler, tours
Frank Weaver,' tour, nn4 several. smaller
parties ot two and three guests were,
given. ' .
At Happy Hollow.
entertaining nt dinner Saturday even
ing' at tho Club Will bfi Dr. and Mrs. .1.
M. Bannister, who wllj haye ton guests;'
inomas . s-en, twelve, and j; W.. Portsr,
Aiths Country oib,, , ' '
.nierxaimng ai dinner at ,jno country,
iciub Saturday evoning will be F, W.
Clark, ,Jr., who will have four guestsj
Mr, and Mrs. O, di P-edlck, sixj Mr. ano.
Mrs, ftrrlt Fort eighty Mr. ond Mrs. J.
DeForest Richards, sixMr. and Mrs. F.
L. Holler, nine.
In and Out of the Bee Hiye. ,
Msa Ruth Evans ot Chicago is the guest
ot Mrs. Charles Burmelster,
Mrs. Brntst Caldwell of Sioux City
Is visiting Judge and Mrs. d. W. Shields.
Miss Katherlno and Mies Eleanbr Mc
Caffrey will Jeavo Saturday morning, for
Denver, where they will spend n. week,
Mrs. C. O. Robinson and son, da!!, left
Thursday evening for Seattle, Wash.,
where they will mako a stay ot six
Miss Dora Olson loft last week tor
northern Wisconsin to spend ' "the re?
molnder ot the summer as the guest ot
Mr, and Mrs. J. J. Dodds. ' '
Mr. Timothy Dyer of Cheyenne, accom--panled
by his son, Mr. James Dyer of
Sen Francisco, arrived yesterday to visit
Mr. Dyer's, daughter, Mrs. Frank Good.'
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Aiken and their
daughter, Miss dertrude, and Mrs. A. W.
Bowman will leave Saturday for Lake
OkoboJI, where they will stop at the 'Eg-
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Swltsler, left for
Yellowstone park Thursday, from where
they go to their ranch in Idaho. Their
daughter, Miss Alice Koyal Swltzlor, who
Is in the east, will join them later in
Colorado for the remainder ot the
A Ilellnlilc Jinn
WANTED as manager ror part or oil of
Nebraska, by established Old Line llfo
Insurance company. ItafflratJdea and bund
required. Excellent contract. , Write Y
202, Omaha Bee.
n. 8. Dlffenbachsr,
L. Oldfleld, t m
J. K. McCombs,
H, F. Shearer,
E. H. Martin,
W. C. Price,
L. B. Scott,
W. S. Hampton,
J, J, Hess.
LABORER BADLY INJURED
BY FALLING CEMENT
Herman Plefer, 0J Pierce street, met
with- a painful accident when a number
of sacks of cement fell upon him, He
was occupied with several other laborers
In piling up the material at the old ear
barn. Twenty-second and Nicholas,
when a wall or It about forty tacks high,
fell over, pinning Piefer underneath. IU
sustained a fractured hip and Jaw and
was taken to St Joseph's hospital where
Police Burgeon Folts gave him medical
Persistent Advertising Is the Zload to
Miss Orace Mabaffey and Miss Edith
Mahaffey entertained at a lawn party
Ihursday evening at their home. Japa
nese lanterns decorated the lawn ana
the invited list included:
Marie Richards, Elizabeth Underwood
Margaret McCauiey, Rita Carpenter, i
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Freiberg of Du
buque. la., announce the engagement ot
their daughter, Theresa, to Charles Kahn
of this city. The wedding will take plac
at the home of the bride's parents Sun
day, July 13.
At the Field OlubT"
Sunday J, W. Hughes will have four
guests; J. D, Uttendorfer, four; A, M.
Mr. and Mrs, C- E- Burtnester will en.
tert&ln seven guests at dinner Saturday
After 'Inventory Sale
Carpets and Floor Coverings
Commencing Monday morning at
" 8 o'clock, we offer somo vory 'at
tractive values in carpets and floor
coverings. This includes our entiro
line, and exceptional opportunities .
will bo found in summer fabrics,
such as Matting, Bag Rugs, etc,
SUNDAY PAPEES WILL (JON
TAUT THE DETAILS.
Beaton &Laier Co.
1 . -
4J16-417 South 16th?Sf.
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Payments If You "Wish,
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