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WITNESS TELLS OF
German Advance Resembled Flood
tide Spreading Like a Fan
GERMAN SPIED IS MARVELOUS
Correspondent Criticises I.ark t
Preparation on the Part of the
French to ( arc lor Thnf.
Woindta In Unttle.
VF.W PTJ'T5TTlTWT iCOrtPT TT"n I
RETAILERS OF OMAHA.
' LONDON, Sept. 11. A correspondent of
tho Associated Press who has been
through Belgium send a long: mcgsagn
from Rotterdam, which win heavily cen
sored throughout, but which appears to
be an account of the invasion of Belgium
obtained from a Oernian point of Mew.
Something; was deleted at the beginning.
Tho story follows:
"From Brussels the German army
poured over southern Relglum Into
France Ilka a flood tide, spreading like a
fan In the direction of Beaumont, Mau
beuge. Mons and adjoining In the south
of Belgium with other army corpa pro
ceeding from Qembloux, Plnsnt and
"They went ever the French border
without serious resistance, the French
scattering before, them in great disorder,
leaving behind much war material and all
aorta of personal equipments, their re
treat extending as far as the forest ot
Moraial, In northern France.
German? Loses Fifty Thousand Men.
"Several rear guard actions occurred,
resulting In considerable losses to both
aides, and bringing up the losses of the
Germans In Belgium to about &0,00O.
'"From the Blnche country southward
lit the direction of Maubeuge, Innumer
able skirmishes occurred from August 23
to August M. At Bray, Just west of
Blnche, the French and English were re
pulsed by the Germans. The French re
treated to Bonny and Ferens, where, after
another skirmish, they fell back through
Mr-roes Saint Marie and Merbes Lecha.
teau, 10,000 English retiring to .Teumont at
the same time.
"Engagements In the valley of Bulsslero
and Thuln constituted the most determ
ined resistance offered by the allies. Atter
two days' continuous artillery fire, which
swept the surrounding country and de
molished almost every structure, the en
tire right wing of the allies withdrew far
to the southward. They gave the Ger
mans an opportunity to sweep through
Beaumont and approach Maubeuge from
Fight for Three Days.
"Meanwhile the other corps had ap
proached Maubeuge from the north, en
tirely investing the fortress. The English
snd French were, on August 23, driven
across the Sombre river, where, on tho
south bank of the river. In a thirty-mile
front, fighting continued for three days.
"The correspondent first saw actual fir
ing" In the direction of Maubeuge on Au
gust 2S, when white puffs of the Ger
man shrapnel clouded the horizon, but
the forward movement of the German
columns was so fast that when the cor
respondent reached the scene, of the re
cent engagement, the firing line had ad
vanced fully ten miles southward. An
extensive trench; system laid ' out by the
French Infantry marked the French "re
treat. . , .,-." V.;,V
y German. Burjr Thelr Deod.i ?
:'"The German wounded is all - cases)
were Immediately cared for. the dead
burled as fast as the army continued on
the march,-while the French were left
unburled and the, wounded In some few
cases remained on the battle field for
three days before reoelvlng attention.
'Large numbens of the French wounded
were bt ought Into Solas Bur Sambre from
the surrounding woods, whither many
had dragged themselves to escape. Every
conceivable kind of building, such as the
chateau, school house and Inn was used
as a hospital and here the French
wounded were accorded the same care as
the German wounded.
"A large proportion of the French
wounded died from lack of prompt at
tention and long exposure In the open
without food or dniuk. No cases were
observed where French medical men were
left behind to take care of their wounded.
The German medical corpa waa fully oc
cupied with the treatment of its own
wounded and was hastened onward by
the forced marches of extraordinary
speed and duration made by the Germans.
"The French dead, In all eorts of con
veyances, were a common sight, and
square and cemeteries, with unfinished
graves, gave mute evidence of a hurried
"Dove-shaped German aeroplanes whir
red constantly over the country and oc
casionally one saw French aviators far
enough aloft to be out of range of the
special German guns designed for the de
struction of air craft.
-. ii i
GERMAN REPORT ON
FIGHT EASTOF PARIS
I'HARIjKS R. SHERMAN.
Count Lichtervelde, Secretary of the
Belgian Commission, Tells of
WOUNDED COLONEL IS SHOT
Point ' of
Driven Into Ditch i
lint one t and Then
Their llrnlns Rralrn Unt
lth Halls of (inns.
Aerial Dnel Fatal to Two
"I saw a duel between French and Ger
man machines, both of which were dis
abled In a hard battle. After coming
downward in giant circles, the two ma
chines plunged to the earth almost side
by side . and were completely shattered
and the aviators were instantly killed.
While aloft both pilots and their assls-J
tants kept up a lively 'exchange of re
volver shots, which at first were Inef
fectual, and then simultaneously, they
reached their marks. After vain efforts
by the aviators to regain control, both
machines fell to the earth like meteors."
NEW YORK. Sept. ll.-A partial list of
the alleged Gorman atrocities In Belgium,
against which the Belgian king has sent
a protect to President Wilson was made
public today by Count Louis De Lichter
velde, secretary of the Belgian commis
sion bearing the protest.
The commission reached this city on
Its way to Washington.
"At Llnsmeau, when the Germans en
tered the village, two uniformed gen
darmes attacked the Germans," the
count said. "In revenge the village was
Invaded on the night of August 10. Two
farms were destroyed; Hie crops were de
stroyed or carried away; six houses were
burned and all the men were compelled
to hand over their arms.
"It was found that none had been dis
charged recently, and finally the men
were separated Into three detachments.
Two of the detachments disappeared. A
third, consisting of eleven men, was
driven at the point of the bayonet Into
a ditch and whtn they were piled In, the
German soldiers set on them and beat
their brains out with the butt -ends of
their rifles. The eleven battered bodies
were found later by Belgian troops. .
Blew Colonel's Head Off.
"On August 12, aftet ne battte of Velen,
Colonel von Damme, commander of a
Belgian regiment, van lying wounded on
the battlefield, lie was unable to move.
Several German soldiers found him, and,
placing their revolvers against his mouth,
blew his head off.
"At Boucelles the German troops went
Into battle carrying we Belgian flag.
"On August 10 the German cavalry
raided tho town of Velen while the Inhab
itants slept. One instance of what they
did may be cited In the case of a man
named Degllmme, whose house was fired
and looted. He and his wife were taken
from the house half naked. She was
dragged away in one direction, he in
another. She was released when two
miles away and told to run. When she
ran the German soldiers fired at her, but
she escaped the bullets and staggered
back to the site of her ruined home In a
pitiable condition. Her husband also
wan released and fired on when he ran.
Ho was found moi tally wounded next day
on the road outside the town."
Count Lichtervelde said he had read the
statement attributed to the German em
peror, in which it was said that harsh
treatment of Belgians was made neces
rary in some cases because Belgian elv-
I lllans fired on German soldiers. "I don't
see how It is possible for a man to He
so," Count De Lichtervelde said.
First Official Statement from Berlin
Says that Kaiser's Men Held !
Their Own. j
GUNS AND PRISONERS TAKEN
Sllaht Progress on Ron to f hatenn
Satin In tKtrrnlne Made by
German, hnt Part of
Advance la Lost '
WASHINGTON. Sept. 11. The,
German embassy loday received tho ;
followInK wireless from Merlin:
"Headquarters on Thursday In Its 1
! tlrmt nfriolal niMirl IHV ttlt In ft .
battle east of Paris the Germans
held their own In a heavy two days' ,
fight against superior forces attack-1
'inn between Meaux Montmtratle and'
I from the direction of Tarls. We ,
' raptured fifty guns and several ,
' thousand prisoners, but retired the ,
; flank when the advance of strong i
hostile columns was reported. The j
1 enemy failed to pursue.
"Headquarters also reports fight
ing west of Verdun and on the east
ern scene of war.
"Vienna reports that the Auatrl
ans have assumed the offensive In
the region of Lemberg. This marks
the second stage of a nine-day battle
in which 450,000 Infantry, 4,000
cavalry, many machine guns and
2,000 field pieces were engaged on
the Russian side.
Insist Dim Dam Ballets rA.
On Sunday night the Austrian an
nihilated the entire Hervlan tlmok dlvlalnn
near Mltrowitia. The military attaches of
the neutral powers with the German
troops officially state that the enemies of
Germany are using dum dum bullets.
The vanguard of the right wing of the
German troops advancing over the Marne
river eastward from Paris were attacked
by superior forces, but the attack was
stopped, the German vanguard being taken
back, the enem'es, however, not following.
The Germans captured fifty guns and sev
eial thousand men."
The French embassy today received
from Bordeaux the following dispatch,
dated September 11, but presumably writ
ten last night:
"Today at IS o'clock ( p. m.) from indica
tions given by the war department marked
advances against the German right wing
have been gained by our troops. To the
north of La Felt Sous Jouarre, the first
(Serman army was obliged to recrosa the
Marne and yesterday night below a line
formed by the river Idhina and Mesy
and Fere en Tardenols. The Marne valley
was free from German troops, according
to reports by the British aviation corps.
Our troops at Champaign were forced by
the third German army to retire to Gour
gancon and .Salons, but purt of what we
lost was regained.
anii.ui mi in in m i hi in i m If
Dualities and Assortments that Insure the Ut-
1 most Satisfaction. Pricings that Mean Real
Economies on All Your Fall and Winter
Needs. Comparisons Are Appreciated.
LpL w RELIAnLC 'gror-r. J
The lew Craze
Close fitting velvet turbans clever
ly trimmed In pheasant tails as
above, and In gold or gros grain
ribbons, well worth M-00, special
sale price 82.08
J- Aaw "L I like cut, the most
A wanted and be-
j-j Z com'n8 blocks of
f C lv th season, regu
v v ,ar I2-50 values,
on sale Saturday
Velvet Poppies, in white or
CJold and Silver Popple, $1.00
values 4 0
lllack Velvet Matlors, with maline
edge, regular $2 values. . 81.29
Attack Fifth German Army.
"The fifth German army before Vsssln
court In the Argonne was attacked by our
troops. We progressed slightly. The fort
Genicourt In the Meuse was attacked by
''Slight progress was made on the road
to Chateau Sallna In Lorraine by the
sixth German ariny In the forest of
I'hampenolx. Fart of that advance was
"As for Maubeuge we have no official
confirmation of Its having been taken.
The garrison was not half what German
RETAILERS ELECT OFFICERS
FOR THE ENSUING YEAR
Lewis Asks Recount
of Primary Ballots
Because he was denlel a recount of the
votes cast at the recent prlmuHrs. Arion
Lew's, defeated democratic candidate for
the legislature, yesterday before Election
t'omm'ssioner Moorhcad, filed an applica
tion for a rehearing. Mr. Lewis vas but
thirty-one votes behind his nearest com
ix t tor on the democrulc primary ticket.
Jnmes Brennan. He alleges that errors
were msdc and that If a recount und re
hearing Is granted, he can show that he
secured the nomination over Brennan.
MISS DORMAN'S ARRIVAL
DELAYED UNTIL MONDAY
Miss Marjorie Dor mar, secretary of the
Wage-tamers" league of New York City
who, It was announced, would glva an
ntl-suffrage speech before the working
girls at the Toung Women's Christian
association, missed her train In Chicago
and will not arrive until Monday mqrnlng.
Mis. J. W. Crumpacker, local repre
sentative of the Anti-Suffrage society,
as to S)eak in her place, but as there
were only three women present the meet
ing waa postponed.
Arrangements for the meeting Saturday
night have been called off.
Send $3,200 Check to
Red Cross Society
Anti-suffragettes of Omaha yesterday
sent a check for $3,!C0 to the Red Cross
society, representing the collections so
far to the fund they have been raising
during the last few days In response to
the appeal of the president, Mrs. Arthur
M. Dodge. The public Is asked to con
tinue its subscriptions, rending the money
to Mrs. C. F. McGrew, treasurer, or de
positing it in the boxes placed by the so
ciety. ' '
At a- meeting of tha Associated Retail
ers of Omaha last night at the Paxton
hotel the fo'lowlns officers were elected
for the ensuing year: Charles R. Sher
man, president; A. T. Benson, vice presi
dent; V. 8. King, treasurer, and J. W,
Fos the boaid of directors were named
George Brandets, Louis Nash, T. F. Qnln
lan, H. A. Thompson, Robert Uoseniwelg,
W. J. Brandt and John H. Husele.
Resolutions were also passed favoring
the block scheme of decorating as advo
cated by Ak-Sar-Ben for the fsll festival,
and also that overdrawn checks be re
ported to the headquarters in the event
they are received by any retailers.
TEAMSTER INJURED WHEN
HIS. TEAM RUNS AWAY
Opie Huston,- a driver lor a distillery,
was badly cut and bruised about the head
and body early last night when his team
'an away and he was thrown to the pave
ment in an alley on Seventh street be
tween raclflc and Pierce streets. His In
juries were dressed at the police station
nd he was later sent home.
The horses, after they broke away, ran
at headlong speed until' they crashed Into
the railing of a railway culvert on Pa
MISS WETZEL MAROONED
AT STUTTGART, GERMANY
Miss Marie Wet if I. the only public
school teaclier caught in the war sone
who did not return In time for the open
ing of the fall term, la marooned at
Stuttgart, Germany, according to woid j
Just received In Omaha. She Is visiting I
relatives, and says sh . does not know
when she will be able to return, fhe was
assigned to Lincoln school, and her
place Is beiig filled by a substitute. I
For Misses and
Nothing is more important
than proper shoes for the
misses and children attend
ins; school. Shoes fit as
D rex el fits them, made as
Drexel shoes are made make
studying easy. Don't let an
Inexperienced ,man fit your
children's feet, they may
make them crlples for life.
Our line of high shoe, for
misses and children Is now
complete. Every shoe Is
Drexel quality. Come In Sat
urday and make us respon
sible for your children's feat.
Remarkable Underpricings 1
TTeavy Rllk Msle Vnion Suit,
tight knee, to $5.00 values, on
sale at 81.08
lilies' Lisle I'nlon Suits that
sold to $1.D0. knee or ankle
length, long or short sleeved,
on sale at 49
Hand Crochet Lisle VestM, to
75c values, on sale at 35p
MiLsIiu Gowns, special,
Children's I'ndorwear, medium
weight, at about half worth.
New Outing Gowns I'nder priced
Umbrellas Half and Less
Men's and Indies', with silk or
silk and linen covers, big assort
ment, up to $3.00 values, on sale
Saturday, nt, each.. $1.45 and 98o
Women's Bilk Stockings, to f 2 SO
values, till colors, at BBO
Woman's Bilk Boot Stockings,
white, blark and colors, in three
big lots. at. pair. 4o, 35o and 8 So
A big showing of women's Wayne
knit hose and children's I'ony
1iose. The best at every price.
Woman's Bw.ater Coats, most
complete line shown In yenrs,
splendid values, attl.tS up to $10
24 to 6'.
Genuine velour calf, rock
oak sole bottoms.
1419 Far nam St
Serve in the
Cooking casseroU ii now pop
tttar the country over. .You can do it
perfectly in Guernsey Earthenware.
Counestrrved in this ware become
tht most sttractivs of your dinneri.
You serve piping hot, and the foods
rstain all the full natural flavors.
Guernsey Earthenware It different.
It sat rich lustrous finish, that adds
to tht attractiveness of your table,
makes it distinctive.
Come in todsy and see Guernsey.
If you wsnt aa earthenware lining for
social receireri, we caa supply you
Casrole and I lean Pots, like rut,
inc. Welsbach Mantles, 90 daj'
25c Can Glob st 10 C
The Most Wonderful Dusincss in
Women's Ready-to-Vicar Garments
tfr si r if i An mm
wu nave tvur miuwii is viiia
Some of the reasons are readily apparent:
1st Crown Jewel Suits reduced to $23.75
2d Broader assortments than ever at each price.
3d Thre additional expert fitters in attendance.
4th We guarantee satisfaction or money refunded.
!27ft F.lcRAitt Ctiwn Jeuel Tailored Suits, Just received. In tha
new gabardines, cheviots, chiffon, broadcloths, etc., 25 dis
tinctive designs In almost unlimited variety of
choicest new coloring, slies 16 to 4(5, and
equal to mont ?35.00 stills
High C1;ish Tailored Suits, Copies of Imported models; nearijr
all exclusive designs; made to sell nt and well
worth b0 and $.r": the most beautiful and
popular colorings and fabrics, on sale at, choice.
A Hovy of Other lleaiitlful Suits Shown Superbly beautiful
In design, superior In quality, $30. S 15. SI0. 805 nl P
l-'HscinatinK New Modes in Ureases anil tJowns Ideas that re
flect with accuracy the styles rm seen bv best authorities In
women's apparel. $10.50. 825. 820.75 833- 8 40.
15 and up.
Pretty Ilaxque Dresses, In
combination cloths and satin:
Kplendld assortment of the
newest colorings, on sale, at,
Waists worth to f5 to close,
choice 81. 50
Pretty lingeries, dainty lawns
and crepes, greatest values
shown this season, at. 81.
Children's Karly Fall Coats, made to sell to $5.00, to
close at one price 81.05
Children's lYctty School lres Plaids, checks and r. ! 7
fancies, sires 2 to 14 years, on sale, choice 03 .A'.j'y $
& r iH AHL 111
mmm " a-V 1 1 I I I
Sept. 14 to
Our (ireat Annual Kali Plsplay and Sale of Fine l4tces, Silks, Dress Trimmings, (Monday,
Kvenlnn (.owns and Irescs, Coats and Suits Itcpresentlnn authentic and ex-J Sept. 14 to
elusive styles from the world's best makers. All ore. cordially Invited. Sept. 18. -.
Ellon's Hats About Half
We secured the surplus and sample of our Knstern Commission Mouse
st a surprisingly low Cash lrlce. Saturday w. eff.ri
Sf.n'a Btlff or Soft Tslt Hats Good styles snd colors, made to sell at 12.0ft
and $2.60. all at one prli'e S1.B5
Boys' and Children's Hats, Sto, 60c aad 11,00 Hest lot of values shown in
omatia st the prices.
JOHsT B. STETSOW HATS Complete showing of the new full styles at pop
ular prl. es S1.B0 VP
leather Trav.Unf Bars $2. B0 to $12. R0 values, makers' samples, S1.4B to fS.BB
916.00 Trunks at SlO.OO 8trona 3-ply baaswooi veneered canvas covered,
linen lined, with two trays and heavy leather straps a danily.
SPECIAL PRICES ON SHOES SATURDAY
in thk iu;hy hhok hkctiox.
Shoes of all kinds are going- tip In price snd some factories are not
going to send their men out this season. Wie have not disturbed the
prices tn our regular lines, but can't tell when we will be forced
to do so. Men's $4.50 $4.00 and $3.50 values. In all leathers and
newest styles, tan or black,- J0 C JiQ and Effc
blucher or button sJJO.Olj pO PCi.OV
Men's $3.00 shoes, button or blutcher, In all leathers, tan or
Women's Patent Colt Button, Oun Metal Button, Welt or turn soles,
$4.60 and $4.00 values, Cuban, spool or common-sense heels, nice,
nifty shoes - 83.00 and 82.50
Women's Patents, gun metals and vlcl kid, In good staple styles,
regular $3.00 values 81.08
Women's $1.60 Patent tip. rubber heel Juliets; women's $1.50
common-sense rubber heel Juliets; Women's $1.50 Velvet Mary Jane
Infants' and Child's kid button, regular $1.00 snd 7Ec values, two
lots, two prices -75t nd 504?
tJrover and tjueen Quality shoes for women.
Stetson and Crossctt shoes for men.
nsiL cxrAJtajrca or
MEN'S SILK SHIRTS
A splendid assortment of all
silk and silk madras shirts,
also pongees that sold to $4.00,
all sizes and colors, choice
t ....' -.08
Men's 9l.no and 2.00 Shirts,
best fRbrlcs, colors and styles,
all guaranteed perfect, to close
In two lots, choice at 60s
Men's Work Shirts, 50c val
ues, all colors snd sizes, " on
Men's Hosiery, all weaves
and colors, 35c and 50c quali
ties, on sale 25
Sample Hath Itohes, to $10
values, Saturday st 82.08.
83.08. 84.08 and 85.08.
IHl.OO I'nion Suits, all styles,
nil Blzes, on sale at 404?
$;t and 91 Union Suits, medium
end llfht weights, at 81.08
Silk l'our-ln-lland Ties, made
to sell at 50c and $1, shown
at 45 snd 25
Muslin NlKht (Jowns, sizes 15
lo 20, regular $1.00 values, .
Night Shirts and Pajamas, $2
and $3 values, all styles and
colors, at 81.45 and... 98.
Special Sale of
59c Pictures (Jilt aiul
dark frames, big lines of
subject 8, at .35c
Imported Japanese Pic
tures Neat frames, big
line of subjects, 18c val
ues, at 2 for 25c
Pictures Worth to $li.OH Hx
20, 12x20, 12x10 size, brown
or gilt frames ........ 81.00
$1.50 Size Cedar Oil Mop and 50c Size Cedar
Oil Polish Special Saturday .93c
6-ft. step ladders, spe. . 00c i Feather dusters ...'. ..19c
Wool wall dusters 4t)c J Wool dusterg a&c
6-Plece set Mrs. Potts' Sad Irons. J . 79c.
Stove polishing brushes i5c
Block Silk or Black Jack stove polish '. ,5c
25c package Electro Silicon Creajn sliver
2fic size Window rubbers ....19c
Carpet Beaters . . c
Warranted Iron frame wringers. .. .91.98
Warranted wood frame wringers. . . .92.49
Folding clothes racks 98c
WASH I NCI MACHINK8.
Round Sun Washer ...92.08
.9V9H-410 "Undergear" Washers. .97.98
We sell Motor, One Minute, Ilefc-al, IN-nter and National Washing
Machines, "White Mlly" and 'Kloi trlc I-ady" electric washers.
O. K. Washers.
In Toy Department
69c Extension Roller
Skates Steel Hollers, on
sale at 49c
Badger Coaster Wagon,
Jr. At $2.50
Dressed Character IMIs 7fC
lvalues, 16Vj iDcheg htgh.50t
Drug Specials For Saturday
2c .Isr Merilhnlatuni
ITie Hires' Hoi, I ileer, 3 for
IvOu Hul llnuatlra
$l.i0 Moillck's Maltfvl Milk
60c Mine. Ise'liell's I'cnvuVr.
11.00 f lienolplinlax Wafers
60tr Hempre Ctlovlne
II 00 lauactlc Pills
26c ('raves' Tooth Paste ..
'thr l.iislrlle Nail l'ollsli ...
2f,r l'.rui.'in Fure t'veam,.'.
12 .ifS 2-t. Mailewell Comb
14.60 Combination Wellington
Kvrlnae, R-uaranteed 6 years;
special S3 .00
Wtl Hams' Shaving- Soap, 2 bars Bo
36c bottle Bay Rum or Witch IIas-1
60c Htlllman'a KTeokle Cream. .S8o
75c 1'iimpelan Massage Cream 4Bo.
6(le Charles Flesh Kood SSo
76c ku a run teed Itubber Uluves;
100 li'lnkle's Cascara Pills 10o
Truthful Advertising Furniture Dept. Sale One Day
Each Item Is us good as repri (len'e'l;
iinihlnK deceptive ill any way; re.vl
Larue continuous post liniss or A.
with 6 fillers: alvertised usuail.'
for $13.f.0 to $15. on sale . . Sll.f'O
2-lnrh post braxa beds. ftraUhl
J. 1 nth post Vfrnls Muitin Imls,
heavy fillers, continuous; on this
sals .... .fS.7S
2-Inrh continuous post Vernls Mar
tin hels . . . M-yS
Oenulns felt mattress, full welKht
art tick. advertled on special sule
for $7.0. on sale S5.03
Kelt combination mattress, unv
Hest link springs, any til.e. . . .8J.60
l.arnt pillows, art th-k. per pair. 11
IJolmer rolls, the must perfect
mado SI. 33
Large, all oak dreesi r, bev -lleU mir
ror, at S9.60
46-1 noli top round extension dinlntc
table, quarter sawed oak, henvy
Same table, plain, all oak $9.60
Uoiden or fiuned oak buffet . w-ll
mwle. heavy tops $30 aad $35
Real leather seat dlnlnx chairs,
Kheetu, extra lartre size, hem
stitched, made from best sheet
ing manufactured, regular $I.JU
quality, each $1.00
Hemstitched Pillow Cases to
ins till, else 45x3k, 4."ic iiisllt.
Astiorted lot Seamless Sheets, lull
Ii. values to $1.0ii, eacl)....?8o
KrlriKed or Hemmed Crochet Red
Hpreads, assorted colors, regular
$2.7.'i. each $1.98
srsciAx MAuaAimm ran
Hew Leather Goods
A new line of "pin seal. Morocco
and walrus bags, with strap and
Jannler handles; regular $2.00 to
i.0 values, at.. $1.00 axtS $9.9$
Silk Xaad Bass A beautiful Una
for svlcctloii. $3.00 and $3.00 val
ues; on sale Huturdav $1.00
w Partr Cases a beautiful
line completely fitted- for aelec
tlon. $1.00, $3.00, $9.50 to $5.00
Special sale h'aturday on toadies'
Neckwear, l aiuy Ribbons. Veil
15 Pounds Best Granulated Sugar for $1.00
48-lb. sacks bast high frads Dour,
. mads from Mo. 1 sslsotsd whsat
DottUng- finer for brsad.
piss or cakss
10 bars Beat-'Kin-All, IHamond C,
Lenox or laundry Queen White
best Whits or Yellow corn-
brat Rolled White Rreakfs.st
4 lbs. band picked Navy Deans... 9M
Tha beat IHimestlc Macaroni. Vermi
celli or Spaghetti, pkg TWO
1- lb. cans Assorted Soups THO
Corn Flakes, pkg So
2- 1 b. cans Karly June Peas 10-
2-lb. csiis fancy Hweet Hugar Torn
Yeast Foam. pkg. o
( lbs. best Bulk 1-aundry Ktarch..95o
6 rakes Mllexo Hrourlng 8oap..,.15o
fancy tjueen oilvea, iiuart 4oo
Fresh, crlap (linger Knns. lb So
Ilershey'a Hreakfast L'ocoa, lo 80o
(iolden baiitoa Coffee, lb 92 Ho
ztra raooy Blbarta rraostons
reaohss, frlday, pa boa sOo
4-baskst crates ItaUaa Blue rinms
TANCrr COLOBADO CAB. f
SAM, ros UiVT, A.t
MB LB.. W
It lbs. Red River Karly Ohio Rota
tors to the peck SSo
Demand 16 lbs.; tha law requires it.
4 bunches fresh fleets or Carrots. So
Jersey Sweat 1'otatoas. lb So
Jsrsry Mwset Potatoes, market bas
ket 3 CM
Kgg Plants, each S V, o-fto
$ brads fresh Hothouse Leaf Lettucs
Irce market basket CJreen I'eppers
2 stalks fresh Celery Bo
hum lies Kohl Hahbl So
S bunches fresh Parsley So
Large market basket Hrets IBo
Large market basket Rod Onions 3Bo
Head Lettuce, per head 10o
Ballflowsr Apples, basbsl boxes, at,
par box $1.S
Tokay Orapa Bpoclal Batorday V
to J lb. baskets, fancy Call- Qfl.
fornia Tokay Urapes, basket WU
Per pound so
Concord Grapes, for Jelly, basket. 18o
TKH BBST STBICTLT
VBBHK SCKrB, HB
The best Creamery Butter, carton or
bulk, lb 33o
Young America Cheese, lb SSo
Tha best Domestic Swiss Cheese. 86o
Try AY!9 First
Spring Chickens Down
Again This Week
The best fresh dressed 1914 Milk
Fed Hprlng Chickens nothing finer
at any price. We have only Uia
best and one price to 4 C I
everybody; Saturday. QjQ
Bprlar iamb BaU aturday
Genuine 1K14 Spring Lamb Hindquar
ters, per lb 13-to
Genuine 1M Hprlng Lamb. Fore
quarters, per lb ,.10o
First iuallty Small Pork Shoulder.
per lb 134,0
First quality Fmall Pork Hutta 140
First ouallty Steer Round Steak, per
First iiuallty Steer Shoulder Steak.
per lb 13-o
Home Mad Bulk Sausatrs, lb. ...lOo
Smoked Moat Spoclala for Saturday
First iiuallty Skinned Hams. lb. 18-t
First quality Small Picnic Hams, at,
per lb ISHo
First quality No. 1 Lean Bacon, per
First quality Bai k Bacon. lb...lWa
Dry Salt Pork, lb lSUo
Our aim is quality at tho right
pries for the people.