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TUB BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, fXTTOBER 31, 1013.
BOKFMFOR the dedication
Jlahs Are Complete and Stores Are
ON THE SITE OF THE HEW HOTEL
Mayor Dahlman and Other Witt
3peak from Automobiles Ccle
limtlon Kxtends Across
Practically all the Urge stores In
Omaha have begun decorating their stores
lid window In honor of the big- celebra
tion this evening In honor of tho dedi
cation of the Lincoln Highway. The eel
rbratlon will be Just ono ot hundreds
which will bo held In every town along
the highway from the Atlantic to the
Perhaps there wltl be no one demon
stratlon which wltl surpass that ot the
one Omaha will put on. Enthusiasm
rrlcus supreme In this city among the
automobile dealers and public-spirited
men who can foresee In the future what
n enormous benefit this national project
will mean to Omaha and Nebraska. The
Umaha Automobile club at Its weekly
meeting went on record an being heartily
in accord with the celebration and wilt
do all In its power to make the demon
stratlon one Ions; to be remembered. It.
K. Fredrlckson. who has charge of the
affair, roughly estimate that there will
be In excess of 6,000 people on the grounds
to see the fire and hear tho speaking.
That the business houses are Impressed
by the Idea Is shown by the largo number
that responded to Fredrlckaon's sugges
tion to decorate their stores In the Un
join Highway colors. The Welcome arch
at- eighteenth arid Farnam streets will
be decorated In the highway colors and
beat the words, "Lincoln Hlghwty."
Siren to Tent.
The Uemts ring company's whistle wilt
announce the beginning of the festivities
when 'the engineer at (hat place pulls
the string which will start the siren going
full force. Tills whistle will blow, for fif
teen minutes." '
At 8:30 o'clock H. E. KredricJtson will I
touch the match to the huge pile, of rail
road ties, and boxen which wit have been
saturated with oil. Three bands will
hurst forth with the national air and the
crowd 'Is expected to Join In singing this
After the singing lias sub-Idol tire
works will 'be touched off and numerous
red torches' scattered all over the ground
at Eighteenth and Douglas streets will
be lighted j)d Mayor Dahlman will open
tho meeting. with nn address. Following
Mayor Dahlman City Commissioner J.ck
Ryder will1 speak In behalf of the slty.
tV. D. Hos'ford win follow, speaking for
tho Omaha Commercial club, and noma
Wilier will talk for the Omaha Auto club.
The speakers wilt address' the gathering
from automobiles which will, he run tip
!sfc- the curbing on eighteenth street
Ttfari, was received from Mayor Cleorgo
tVto of Fremont. iRTylng that several
auto leads ot Fremont people were plan
ing 9 amlnr to 'Omaha to attend the
veMtratlon. Mr. Fredrlckson also believes
that there will be numerous parties from
tk Httle towns surrounding Omaha.
FrMet will have a demonstration of
Its own, as wilt several other smaller
tews along the highway In Nebraska.
At OwOaU will be a reusing meeting
at the . house, Several Omahana
have hee asked to speak out In the
Sale Not Attracting
Very Many Prospects
Knflnalng Saturday, Uncle Sam U going
to try selling land at auction, abandoning
the lottery -plan for the present
Starting on the date named, at auction
the. government will sell B,ooA acres of
the Mhsshono Indian reservation in
Wyecatag. The land Is along the Wind
river a a portion of It can be Irrigated.
It will be sola In tracts ot forty and m
vert. It hs been apa-ralsed by govern
inept aents s-n the bids must be up to
or Me4 the uemM value. The 'a,
yralsewuwt nms frem 8t.8 to M0 per acre,
the1 price apenlsg upon wHthr or net
It e Irrigate, Its character and Its
vrMtmHy to raMrea.
The Northwestern runs close to the
lamia to be seta and officials here are
somewhat sssappotnted over the lack of
interest taken. The proposition has been
advertised extensively and. even with
this, there Is little call for tickets from
the JH-oepecUve, land seekers. It it felt
that the appraisement is altogether too
STREETCAR MAIL SERVICE
EXTENDED OH NORTH END
The postal service, of the "little white
mail-cars" has been extended from Twenty-fourth
and Ames ayenue to Thirty,
fourth and Ames avenue, which addl
tlonal service for collection will go Into
ffect at once, according to Postmaster
Wharton. Tills extension will tend to
quicken the delivery of letters and pack
ages to the people on Druid Hill and to
the Swedish Emanuel hospital, and will
take care of the mall, from Station No.
30 at Thirty-second and Ames avenue.
Several thousand- persons wjll be effected
by the change.
Authority has also been granted to ex
tend the rural free dsllvery service to
Keystone Park, at which seventy-seven
families will be served at much greater
speed. The latter change goes Into ef
fect January 1, 19R
OOP FELLOWS TO QIVE1IG
RECEPTION FRIDAY NIGHT
Omaha lodge No. I. Hesperian encamp
ment No. S and Jluth Rebekah lodge No.
ot we independent Order of Odd Fel
lows, will give a reception Friday night
at Odd Fellows' hall In honor ot a II
Oreenleaf. George Turklngton and Mrs.
C A. Wagner, -who were elected to high
office in the grand lodge pf the order
In this state at the session recently held
in Lincoln. An attractive program of
music and speaking has been arranged
for -the evening. A special invitation has
een issued to members ot the above
mentioned lodges and a general Invita
tion has been extended to all Odd Fel
'ows ot thje state, f
f stomach, liver, kidney and bowels Is
most surely prevented with Electric pit
ter. the safe regulator. W cents. For
wle by your druthK.Advertlsement
.VthutaM at the Hotels.
Hotel JLoyal-Kobert R. Dickey, North
Hahav-Tr. C A. Lutgan and wife,
Aufcvra: Charles Hun row, Schuyler. F.
U WWon and wife. Hastings.
frcasts U KchlsI and wife, Oraf
tvn; L aHtfien 4 wMe. Utlca.
WOMEN'S $18.00 and $20.00 SUITS at $11.85
WOMEN'S $22.00 and $25.00 SUITS at $14.85
WOMEN'S $27.50 and $30.00 SUITS at $17.50
PURE FOODS at POPULAR PRICES
Special for Friday and Saturday Selling
We offer tho housekeepers of Omaha not only tho host things
to cat and drink In tho best assortment, but wo also offer tho best
servloe. You aro sure of getting what you order at Courtney's
and getting it ht tho time you want it. Our cfflelont organization
Bylmar lirnnd, California's
pack; special, 40c con for..
S5p can for
. . .aeo
Franco-American, new pnek; a-lb.
Can , ...80
2-lb can for , , ,s5o
1 -lb. can for aeo
Fancy, medium Blxed fruit, full
bushel box at 99.00
Fancy New( Frut, special, 12 H lbs.
S lbs. for ............880
UWJT IT MM,
Owe Own Boasting.
Wa have with pride
been more concern
ed In maintaining
the superior quali
ty of our coffee
than the ordinary
question ot profit.
Lotus Ankols. the
acme of perfection,
3 lbs. for... . ,91.90
3 lbs 7So
' 1 lb. for 480
Ideal Ultnd, rich In
color and good In
aroma, 3 lbs., Sl.M
1 lb 3-Bo
Note Mean, ground
or pulverised by the
Hteel Put nrnnM.
high grade, 0o
value, special, 3
lbs. for ...31.00
1 lb. for 8o
Japan tea, I.otusi
b rtv n U, packed
for us in Jitpan;
from coloring"; 1
lb. package. Mo
H lb. package
gjyk Wine and Liquors for Truly
h Medicinal Purposes are Unexcelled
Actual and absoluto morlt have given the highest standlns to
our wlnetj and Uauors. Quality considered, our lr!cus are- always
xa BSTrxa exT mn bxbbt
To further Introduce our Lotus
Whisky, during this sale we will
give free one bottle of port or
sherry wine to each customer pur
chasing a bottle of our famous
lAtus Whisky. Lotus Whisky,
eight yeara old, mild, mellow and
mature) full quart bottle, .. .1 1.60
llottled In bond, made In Spring,
I90, regular price lt.3t, special,
bottle , Mo
MMTOK WXXBXXBS. '
Made and bottled In Scotland; Hale
and Half, 3 Htar; regular price
ll.CO; special, bottl tl.M
The ItacGregor; a perfect dtsttllu
Hon: regular price ll-SG. special,
King's Own, Dry. superior quality;
regular price 11-00, special, bottle,
Stetnhager, sweet and mellow; reg
ular price 11.75, special. Jug, U.o
Sloe Qln; rich and fruity, reguUr
price 1 00, special, bottle 7Bo
CXTBTAXAXSBB X8CJC AXB STB.
A cordial or superior quality; regu
Ur price 11.00, special. bottle.70o
rjBTKTAxnrzB riios axb
Guaranteed strictly pure- "and of
great medicinal value, regular
tl.SS bottje, special. S1.00
The genuine Missouri, pure, old and
mild, value, 11.00. .special. . . . .780
The gtnulne North Carolina prod
uct: regular SOo bottle, special, SSO
Kail ana noae rrs 2Proaptly
WW 1 "MEN DO
U THAT WHICH IS UNKNOWN OR WORTH
l PhIAV LE9S '
M. m.mmJsim w lest of time
Jl success for
ism, Aiorpaine ana omer drug-using, CIgaretto
m nd Tobacco habits and Neurasthenia. Over a
I lll,k quarter million cured men and women In the
llll United States are our testimonials. Remedies
TsVsfcam and treatment absolutely fn .
. ious or harmful effects. .Mental and physical
vigor restored. Life becomes a happiness and a blessing. Will-power
Intellectual activity, health, business capacity and confidence ot family
friends and business associates recovered. For full information, consult
or write (In confidence) to ' t,,u,,uu
THK KEELEY INSTITUTE, 2ath ad Cuss Streets, Cheat, Xefe.
LEAVENWORTH STREET LOT
IBINGS A GOOD PRICE
William Brown of Salt Lake City has
just sold through A. I'. Tukey & Bon a
si rip ot property 114x123 f set at tha north
tast comer of Thirty-seventh ana l4v.
enworth streets, Mr. Brown's old home
stands on tha north side ot this property,
as this Is wher he lived when he w.ss
paymaster for the t'nlon laclflc, The
We announce to the
women of Omaha
and vicinity a
HOP Women's Suits
From a New York Maker
At Values That Will Be
the Talk of the Town.
WW KZ2T0B HOSAT.
Helm absolutely pure, put up In
useful Jars; quart for... ......boo
l'int for t 3eo
.... XOH BTXIJT8 BHAHS.
Direct Importation from Caffe Fre-
res; doxen 30a cans .80.00
Can . .Vmo
neailymatd Itrand, tomato, vege
table, Oxtail bullion and Scotch
atyle broth,- Uoxen 10c cans .,8o
3, cans for aeo
2TBW BXaZ.AITZl 8AURASS.
Courtney's all-pork New KiuUnd
lUfm saumte, made fresh dolly,
per pound aOo
BIBS AHD COX.
Made In our com
plete candy kit
oil en. flurpassed
by none. Our com
pleie line of choco
lates, b o li Hons,
caramels and our
otlter fine candles,
put np In fancy
boxes, are a revela
tion In cunily luak
lllock Walnut Taf
fey; regular 0o lb.
ATrTHBXB OK BOOK.
California, Inglenoolf vine yards
spurkllng wine; reaular Jl.30 bot
tle for $1.00
Stacouimaite In 1K5; regular It. 50
bottle for , .81.80
Direct from rortugal, v. O. 1.;
highly recommended tonic wine;
,1.J5 full quart bottle, spe
Direct front Jere do Ux IVonttru.
Hpaln Munxanllla; a' medicinal
wine of great merit: $1.36 full
quart botUe. special $i.e
rxJtxoK oeaxAo bbaxbt.
I.a Grand Marque, choice old vin
tage mellow, fruity quality. 11.25
bottle, special . ... .9So
Abbotts', ailds seat and flavor: reg
ular 75c bottle, special 60e
mum obtxxxbb xuaau
Direct Importation from I'osen. Oer
many; regular price 11.50, special.
Btrnmsss' rexBiax hxtba
The world's most nourishing tonic.
Bold by us In perfect condition;
one doxen regular $2.60 pint bot
tles; special for this sale. . . .S.eo
White label bottling; regular price
13.(0; special for this sale, doxen
Pint bottles SAjM
QXXeXB AU3.9B AXKATABIIJ.A
Bchwoppe's Uxtra Dry, made In
Dublin Ireland; the favorite with
all who know and the best we
know of; doxen pint bottles. .$1.40
aa Acswitely Ued, Bougies 4T,
NOT COUNTERFEIT NOR IMITATE
Tho Kttly treatment has stood tha
havlnr been used with unnaralUiAd
the past 33 years in curing Alcohol.
property brought approximately 110.W0.
Mr. Urownhas other property left In
Omaha, although this Is the second piece
he has sold In Omaha. lately. Brown
bought this property In 1SS9 of William
Cobunu who was once sheriff of Doug,
las county. Mr. Brown Is auditor of the
Utah' Light and Railway company.
Mary K. Decker also sold through Tukey
& Son her property t the southeast
comer of Twny-.fl(th and Hamtltoa to
Samuel Quitman for J5.00O.
The Novelty Co.
Will Hold Big Sales Every
Hour in the Day Friday. You
Nvr Heard of and Will Never Hear
Again of Bargains
FHOM 8 TO I) O'CLOCK A. M.
OUtlng Flannel Night Downs,
worth to C5c; for Ladles, Hoys
and Girls, each 20c
Laces, Embroideries, Trlmmtugb
and Braids, worth to lCc, yard 3J
Children's and Ladles' 'Aprorus,
worth to 29c, each XOt
I'ltOJI 10 TO 11 0't'IX)CK A. M.
Outing Flannel, short knitted,
also Black Hethcrbtoom Petti
coats, worth 85c, at, each... 39
Ladles' Dress Skirts, all woo,
Panama, two shades only, dark
groon and brown, each GO&
Largo Dath Towels, worth to 20c
each, at 2 for 25c
Boys' and Girls' all wool Sweaters
at, each 48c
FHOM 12 TO 1 O'CLOCK P. M.
A Fresh Stock of Kid Gloves,
worth $1.25; Black, Brown and
white; slies 6 to 7, at, a
Ladles' Waists, worth to $1.50.
Tailored Flannels, lingerie, slight'
ly soiled; at, each.. 25e
Choice of any House and Wash
Dress Inl the store worth from $1
to 1 2, for ono hour, at, each, G&r
Taffeta Silk, 19 Inches wide, worth
69c, In Pink, Bluo, Brown and
Gray, at, only, yard 10
1 Cut This Ad Out, Brine
Friday With 10c and You
FHOM a TO a 0'C1,0CK 1 M.
Black Petticoats, also Short Whlto
Flannol Petticoats, each. . . .l$)r
Meu's Hoso, Black and Brown, a
better ono than wo over put ou
sale, at, a pair 53
Wool Sorgo Dresses, Ladlea' and
Misses slzos, at SI. 98
1 Dozen of plain white I!andkur-
chlefB, at, per dozen 10r
FROM 3 TO 4 O'CLOCK.
100 Ladies' and Misses' Trimmed
Hats, worth to $4, one hour 08d
Ono tablo full of slightly soiled
Knit Goods ot all kinds, worth to
76c. at 10i
Outing Flannels, 10c values at,
per yard 5r
Silk Manelln Petticoats . .81.10
Wo will plixo
on sale !H 10,
000 worth of
cured by Our
Iluyor nt 50c
The Novelty Go.
214-216-218 Ho. 16th.
One Block Away From
the High Rental District
bssssssssssssssssssssHssssMsssssBssbbbVi V slsssssssssssssssssssssssl
Great Auction Sale
Japanese Goods and Fine Arts
THE MOST REMARKABLE COLLECTION
EVER SHOWN IN THIS CITY.
The entire collection Is to be sold to the highest bidder
regardless of cost or value.
Handsome Souvenirs will be Given to All Visitors
Sale Daily 10:30 a. m., 3 and 8 p. m.
JAPAN ART CO.
1620 HARNEY ST.
XI aatte Hosiery,
Trusae and Supports.
"Jtaj year turgical ibssnu
XO0MS The Bwt Variety. The Bee classified pages
carry advartiBements of tho best rooms and apartments for
rent in the city. Phone your ad to Tyler 1000.
l V,. I ' , I l-l I L.
FROM 0 TO 10 0,'CLOCK A. M.
Ladles' Kimono Aprons, sleeves
in percale and gtngbam, worth
60c. at ,....25d
Barber Towels, 3J each, or, per
Waists, Union Suits for boys and
Men's $1.00 Fleeced Underwear,
soiled, per garment 38 ci
FHOM 11 TO 12 O'CLOCK A. M.
Women's Rubbers, all sizes. 30c
Men's First Quality Rubbers 593
Men's Heavy Cotton Flannol
Gloves! a better ono than we us
ually sell at 10c, at, pair.... 5c
A blc tablo full of all iunus or
Knit Goods, Boys' and Girls' Caps,
Auto Hoods, Knitted Glovea,
Scarfs. Shawls, etc., worth to $1,
FROM 1 TO 2 V. M.
Best grado of Calico, limit 10 yds.
to a customer, yard 3!&C
Ladles' Ribbed Top Hose, fas,
hlack, pair 8
Stocking Feet, at, a pair 2c
$hocs for men. and women, worth
to $4.50. Tho finest Dress. Shoes
and the best of Work 8hoes,
Boys' 75c Heavy Floeced Union
Suits, Slightly Soiled . . .38
It to Our Store Any Tine
Will Get Four Muck Towels
FROM 4 TO 5 O'CLOCK V. M.
50c Mercerized Tablo Cloth. 23d
$,1.25 and $1.50 pure Linen Table
Cloth, Bleached, per yard. . .706
Ladles' and Men's Slip-on Ralu
Coats or Stormy Weather Coats,
Worth to $6.00
Ladies' and Misses' part wool
Sweater Coats, worth $1. .81.08
FROM 5 TO O O'CLOCK I M.
Second Floor In 0r IHr Cloak
nnil Suit Department
Wo will sell for one hour Ladles'
and Misses Winter Coats, also
Wool Dresses and Tailored Suits
worth to $15.00, at
Wo will have
n $10 sale In
Dop. Y'ou buy
for the one
Day Only a
Suit or Dress
for $10 than
any other time
Witk xprt lady littera
Supports, braces and elastic hosiery
mutt be correctly fitted both to be
comfortable and produce results.
Tkc W. Q. Cierelaai Ct.
ttarrlssi and Xsvall MsyUes
1410-18 Xaraey SU TeL Soar. 1159.
uiire yur physician buy hit"
Splendid Savings in Friday Sales
is the Order
of the day.
Woirferfilly InttrtstiRc Specials for Friday
In Our Hew Daylight Silk Department
38c yd. for all silk plain
Messalines, Poplins, Novel
ty Plaids, Hair Line Stripe
Messalines, Checked Tap
pestrics, etc., to 75c value.
27-lnch English Cordu-'
roys In every wanted
color, hollow cut, chlf-
fon finish, regular $1.00
values; on sale )
88c for blnck Dress Messa
lines, Taffetas and Pcau de
Soio; 36 inches wide; regu
lar $1.00 values.
Dress Goods Bargains
59c Quality Dres3 Fabrics
Serges, Panamas, Cheviots,
fancy novelties, etc., big as
sortment at, yd 28c
36-in. to 52 in. Dress Goods
In big assortment of
weaves and colorings; to
$1.25 yd. val., at, yd., 78c
All Wool SerRes, Diagonals, Tailor
Hultlnp, etc. J1.G0 to $2.00 yd.
values, 64-in. and 6G-in. wldo
nt' M 98
Big Special Purchase of Cloakings
32 Pieces of Astrakhans, Bouclo Novelties, Plaid Backs,
benn-Kough fabrics, otc, in big. assortment of colorings;
regular values to $4.50 yard; on salo in S-i fift S-l ftO
two lots, at l.dU" 1. 38
Rousing Specials in
Romnauta of OUtlng Flannels, In
good weight, 10c values, .jftd
Remnants Flannelettes, good pat
terns, 10c values 7
Remnants Porcales, light and darl;
colors, 10c values 7V6
Remnants Bleached Table Damask
39c values 256
Remnants Poplins, good colors
2Gc values 156
Remnants Ginghams, 7c values
Amoskeag Outing Flannels, 12 c
Sllkollnes, 30-inch wldo, lCc val-
Cretones, good patterns, 10c val-
Made Sheets, 72x90, 50c, values.
3C-lnch Unbleached Muslin. 8c
32-lnch Dress Ginghams, 18c val
uo 12 W
3C-lnch Curtain Scrim, fancy bord
ers, 18c values 12 Vi 6
Flannels for waists, 15c values
at . 12U6
Men's Fleece Lined Underwear, all
sizes, shirts and drawers; regu
lar 50c values, at 35ct
Ladles' Floece Lined Underwear,
all Elzes, vests or pants; regular
50c values, at . . . , 306
FleUher's Knitting Yarn, color
black; spocial, skein 106
Ladles' Medium Weight Union
Suits, regular and extra sizes
regular $1.00 values, at..59i
Angora Wool Yarn, colors black,
cardinal and gray; regular 10c
values, at 56
Children's Fleece Lined Union
Suits, sizes 2" to 16 years, extra
good values, at 4.06
Ifio Wool, colors pink, white, red
and black, 8 balls In a box, 106
If Pays to Trade
A Saving f 25 to SI rtr Cut
1 )b. Best Granulated Sung-jr, tl.OO
48-lb. sock beat high grade Diamond
IS Flour, made from the best select
ed wheat; 1 sack will make from
75 to 80 Bo loaves; per sack... f 1.10
10 bars Beat 'Em All or Diamond C
7 bars Ilasktn Uros.' Klectrlc Spark
8 lbs. best Rolled Breakfast oat
The best hand picked navy beans, per
pound . So
4 lbs. Fancy Japan Rice, 10c quality,
for , aao
Gallon Cans Golden Table syrup.46o
S-lb package beat Diamond II Belt
Rising Pancake Flour ........ 8H
J -lb. cans assorted soups Ttto
;-lb. cans Fancy Sweet Sugar Corn
1-1 b. cans Solid Packed Tomatoes, lOo
S-lb. cans Shredded Pineapple, for
1-lb, cans assorted .soups 7Mo
Full cans Alaska Salmon .lOo
Ad vo Jell. Jellycon or Jello, per
McLaren's Peanut Butter, lb...iaUo
The best Oyster Crackers, lb.. H
Peters' Breakfast Cocoa. Ib......9fto
The best Tea Slf tings, lb 180
Golden Santos Coffee, lb 290
box xms spscux.
Bay Vow for Tour Winter's Inpply.
Colorado Jonathan Apples, box, 9139
Colorado Black Twig Apples, box.
Fancy Idaho Grenlng Apples, box.
only ; ,. 99.18
TiY HAYPENfS FIRST &
58c yd. fir Aovelty bilks
from regular stock; regular
values to $1.25; beautiful
colorings; 20 inches wide;
a great snap at sale price.
$1 and $1.25 Silk Taf
fetas, Poplins and Mos
sallnes, 27-ln. and 3G
ln. wldo; extraordinar'
98c yard for fine 40-inch
Silk Poplins in every want
ed shade; regular $1.25 val
ues. Friday's Linen
Imported Mercerized Pat
tern Tablo Cloths, worth
$1.50 each $1.00
Pure Linen Satin Damask,
worth $1.75 yard.. $1.25
Pull Size Hemmed Crochet
Bed Spreads, worth $2.00
Imported Mercerized Satin
Damask, full width and
bleach, worth 79c yard, at,
the Domestic loom
Ladies Square Knitted Wool
Shawls; values to $1.00
at 256 and 496
Men'a Flannel Shirts, colors gray,
blu and tan; regular $1.50 val
ucs' ati 98tf
Men'a Wool Sweater Coats, all
Bizes, colors Oxford and dark
Oxford; regular $1.50 value
Boys' heaVy and medium weight
Suits, Norfolk and doublo breast
ed, good assortment, of colors and
sizes, values to $3.00. . .S,Q5
BoyB Overcoats, assorted lots
worth up to $5.00r your cholco
at 83.50 and 82.50
Young Mcn'-a Long Pants Suits
fancies, browns and blues, well
made, good heavy weights; val
ues to $7.50, at 85.00
Men's Corduroy Pants, Jn good
heavy weight, all sizes, values
to $2.25; choice S1.48
Women's Winter Suits, all well
made, good styles, all sizes and
assorted colors, made to sell at
Women's and Misses Long Winter
Coats, all slz, assorted colors,
at 912.75, $8.08 to 84.05
Women's One-Pleco Dresses, In
serges, corduroys and wool mix
tures, values to $10.00. .84.95
Women's Dress Skirts, good win.
ter styles and weights, plaids,
corduroys, whipcords, serges
values to $4.00 82.98
Flceco Lined Kimonos, good pat
terns, values to $1.50. . .81.00
Remnants Gingham House Drouies
well made and good colors .
values to $1.50 Qg
Sweaters, assorted colors, from
91.08, 91.48 to 81.00
Children's Sample Coats, values
to $5.00, at $2.08, $1.08, 51.50
at Hayden's Grocery
m Yw HmeketpiRg Expense
TSUI BUTTEX, OXBESB, BPTTllfc.
XHB AXB TZOETABX.B MAS
XBT OF OXAXA.
The Best Creamery Butter. 1-lb, car-
ton. at ,35o
The Best Creamery Butter, bulk.
per lb. , 330
The Beat No. 1 Country Creamery
Butter. lb 39o
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