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THi: RKE: OMAHA. Kill DAY. SfiPTEMnER M. 1914.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
are Boo PTlnt It Now pc"n Fress.
Lighting rutnrta, Rurgess-Granden Co.
Fidelity B tors re " Co. Dons;. MS.
City Propertr For result. list tliai
tonne with Oalorie llealty Co. l. H74.
Xanflalr. Dancing Classes rrslrl.
1's.rk rt:h. O) rna Tties.. Sept. 19. W. .
Be autlfal All Modem Homes Tor al.
or. trie easy luyiwj.t plan. Hanker'
Realty ln estiv.en: Co. Phone I'oug. M-"!
rarnitare of fiTa-room flat for sale
No. T. Ivy apartments. Sherman .nj
Pherwoo'l nvcnurs. Sale 1 to 5 p. m. Krl
lay. Sept. 2". '
Many Making Hotel BeeerratioM -lirtsHkain
who pin to lslt Omaha dur
ing llio Ak-Sai-Hen festival are begln
nl to make hotel reservations here.
Ttivntn to Calabrata Saratoga home
tte.nl. No. 4IW, a ill celebrate Yeoman
n ht at the lxhroiJ theater. Twenty
foiiilh unl Spencer afreets, this evening.
Taw Divorce Petitions New petition
in- rilvor-.t ii.i-tl in dlstrtrt court tollow:
Mrn. KJtm Olssna agttlnat Clifford H.t
uoufid. vi-iielty; Mrs. lidlth Ooltx agalnet
IIU ni, grounds, i rvulti .
"Todays Complete iv. via Pro(T,n',
!; I". ijtt!iii n : me titd page of the
rlaif;cd section today, and appear In
Vi.f, Ufo KCi.l'SlVi;i.Y. Tind out what
t!;o VKMUs n.o.-ifjr ! ;.L'ir theaters offer.
Dayr.rouud Expert Kara Cyrua t
:J...-ti. i-lavmi.iK. ixeii tiding as.
f : ii ;i'.i iutary for' the Playground and
Ko.it iifin AgcIhI.!i of Amrteu, la
in the city vit:i P?r!; Commis
sion' : J l;. ltt;rin.? and Superintedcnt
1.'. I . Ct.ii'f of puiillr .-ifiioola.
Cliambera' Dancing Acadn.y -To j
l.oii : of modern ai.d classic dunce a, in
tli x t uv of tcailieis, who are successful
loth in Omaha and other cities. Classes
vc pen September :'3, 1911. Telephone
l'ouftms 1S7!. 'The school to depend uwa.
Hunters Oat Good Bag's UaTi Gellus,
fornwr kuiiio wurd"i). has rtt'Jiiied fror.t
'herry county, where he enjoyed splen
did slio.jtlnK with Moit O'Brien, in chargd
"t ttv: t4atc hatchery there; tins Ruden
. i i i f mil Frank llan.lnll of Valentine.
They diovc thirty miles south of.Yalen
tin ainl report i-onic good bags.
haig-ad with Mailing- Obsoene Xattr
-- I) w lenr.e K. Hoik, a Japanese. rnaraY'd
wtl. acndlnu nn obscene letter through
the mails to h woman acquaintance, was
nrraUne.d before lulled States Commis
sioner Daniel, and after waving a pre
liminary hearing, was bound over to the
rorterul court, with lotvla at $! 0M.
Iter. Mr. Holr&pple Back Ifx.t Weak
Word tins be'-n r, oel c . Jj.' K.i:hcr Wll
liunis that Rev. I.. H. Holsapple will .e
turn here Tuesday or Wednesday of next
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Yards Men Greatly Interested in the
Stock Liability Bill.
HEARING ON IN WASHINGTON
Saitnll klrra Are Taking l ulled
Atanal In Kffnrt to Ret Better
Settlements for Losses la
rarrei rrla Transit.
Miss Nuf er Sends a
Letter from War Zone
.1 u 1 i i : f; Keftner yesterday received a let
ter from Miss Helen Xufer.-a clerk In
the consulate at Barmen, Germany, writ
ten AuikiW 30. Barmen Is within 1K) mllea
o.' liie Hulland-Belftlan border, where
much of the fighting has been done.
Miss Nurer tells of the passage of
I' letii-h aeroplanes over tlM; city of Bar
men, stating that people were greatly ex-
ted by dropping of bombs.
Miss Nufer writes that the American
)ieo,ile will change their altitude of blam
ing the Germans when they have received
sufficient rjews from Gorman sources In
stead of Information being confined to
l'aria ai'd London reports.
The f'rat wounded, a train of 400 Ger
mans, and the first prisoners had arrived
at -Banner. Jjjt before tha letter was
FIRST PRESBYTERIANS ;
SEE CHURCH ON SCREEN
Follow'!)? a church super and a gen
eral get-together meeting, members of tha
congregation" of the First Presbyterian
church, t-eventeenth and Dodge streets,
wereln8t night shown atereoptlcon vewa,
plana and specifications of the proposed
new chqrch building to be erected at
Thirty-fourth and Fa mam streets In the
near future. Architect George Print, who
drew up the plans, attended the meeting
and took the various suggestions as to
changes In the plans under advisement.
After each act of views of the church
were thrown on the screen comedy was
added to the meeting by showing photo
Kraphs of members of the congregation
taken during childhood days. Guesses as
to the Identity of the pictures were of
fered, but were seldom right.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL HEAD
; . IN CITY ON BUSINESS
H. 8. Gray, division passenger agent of
the Illlnota Central, la In the city front
Dubuque, having come to confer with
DUtilct Passenger Agent North relative
to :v successor to Wesley S. .Clewell. city
padaeiiKer auent, who has resigned to be
come 6torct.ry of a. I"an and building as
, Kocltttlon in Dubuque.
For city pHKSviiger ?.ent here there are
sever.! men who hav been considered,
but the appointment has Venn toft to Mr.
DR. E. JENKINS WILL MAKE
RACE FOR THSCH00L BOARD
Dr. D. IS. Jenkins, president of the Unl
ersity of Omaha, has consented la per
mit hla name to be, flied as candidate
for thf school Jioard from the Fifth. ward.
Dr. Jenkins Is an educator of long stand
ing in Omaha. He ha preached from
several pulpits and has been active In
the work of the Fnlveraity of Omaha
and 'the Presbyterian Theological semi
nary since the organisation of those two
After waits and delays the stock hab'U
It v bill Is about to get another hearing
before congress, r-'snator Cummins, who
has already pushed the hill through the
senate, will try to hove the final work
on It done Thursday ao as to assist the
thousands of rmat shippers In the mat
ter of claims growing out of losses of
stock in transit. .
The t'nlon Stock yards of South Omaha
baa worked ateadlly and persistently to
assist the small shippers to some legal
relief. Members of tbje hive Stock ex
change, represented by Secretary A. F.
Stryker of the Exchange, have been In
Washington for some days In connection
with the progrnji of the bill.
Joke, nn evrly Weds.
As a sequel to their wedding breakfast,
Mr. and Mra. Will am E. Moore were yes-J
teiday ordered to the South Omaha po
I'cc station by Motor Cop Bert Hyatt be
cause someone had tied a long string of
tlr. cans to the automobile In whl.-h the
newly weds were riding. Of course. It wis
a Joke or. better still, a "fra-ne." .
Indents I.Ike Tooler.
The lirst issue of vhe South Omaha High
school student."' Taper. The Tooter, was l
issued to the students of the high school I
yesterday afternoon at n student andJ
laculty masa meeting held In the high j
.- hool auditorium at 3 o'clock. ' The edl-'
tloi) wns a lice one and all stitoentr, re-i
reived s Cjpy. I
The paper is neaUy put togr-thef an.1 !
ronsiyts of t.-eei pages 'several lm-(
provertients have .been nml.j over the '
olu form. A pn(:e cu; toor. is i!io of theNC
Tlx, IocmI Muj.';c City Pi Intin't company'
t-rlnts the pat er. lcn' merchants ( have !
tesponded to the call of the business man-'
hgers very favorably and the paper Is;
Mell oh the road to a great success. It
Is distinctly a South Omaha Institution.
Mnele fit- fiosaln.
Mayor Thomas lloctor, whose left wrist
was broken a week ago. Is able to usc thej
The women of - Fifat ' Christian
church will give a chicken dinner today
at McCrnnn'B hall. .
The senior B clans of the hish aehool
will go on h hike next Frldav afternoon
tlfflce space for renl In Bee office, 2318
RniTi. icyns rcasonaoie. wen Known
location. Tel. South 27.
The Moos l lodge -of this city will ,;i"c
big dancing party at tiie lodge hull at
Cherokee coal, unscreened, I4.2S:
screened. 4.75. Call South 7. Howland
Dumber and Coal Co. V
The Centurion club will give a dance In
their club rooms this evening. All mem
bers are requested to be present.
The local order of Redmen will met
this evening at their hall on Twenty-
fourth and O streets at a o clock. -
Mrs. William McKlnley, who was taken
suddenly III with an attack of galletones
some days ago, Is reported as being much
The women of Ihe New Century club
will meet this afternoon at the home of
Mrs. W. M. Kalatnaja, 1410 North Twenty
The women of the First Christian
church will give hot biscuit illnner at
the McCrann hall, at Twenty-fourth and
U streets this evening..
Mr. and Mrs. P, Lavetle of Thirty-fifth
and IT streets have left for Grand Island,
wnere they will spend the winter. Mr.
Davclle Is In poor health,
I'anclng classes at Moore hall Monday
and Friday evening. 7:30 to : dancing.
to 11 :46. Opening Sept. 2S. First chil
dren's party Sept. 26. Genevieve Hauflalr.
Web. 6336. - .
Officer William Corrlgan, who has been
11 with cancer since last June. Is reported
to be In a very critical condition. Dlttle
hope Is entertained for his lire.
John C. I'nderwood of t.'nderwood. Wyo.
marketed a fine looking frr'ng of cattle
yesterday at tho live stock market. The
consignment orougni ss.tu per iuu pounas.
' The Indies' Aid society of the First
Methodist church will be enterialned at
the homo of Mra D. G. Robb. 1218 North
Twenty-fifth street, this afternoon et 2:39
The harvest festival of the Ancient Or
der of Cnlted Workmen wfil open tomor
row night at the temple. Twenfy-flfth
and M streets. The festival will continue
until the end of the week.
A foot ball game has been scheduled by
the local high school with the Believue
college team to take place on the Hellevue
field next Tuesday afternoon at 3:45
o'clock. The team will leave on the 3
o clock Believue car.
Johri and Tom Stevens, brothers, of
Keya Paha county, paid a business v'slt
to the stock yards market yesterday
morning. They had six cars of cattle
with them on their trip, xney were wci
corned by their many friends.
The' South Omaha circle of the Child
Conservation league will holf an imnnrf.
ant meeting In the Board of Education
room of tfie hluh schocl this afternoon. A
program - haa been arranged In honor of
th3 older membera of the league. Tho
main topic will be " Self Control."
A' lecture on the present conditions of
Ireland will be given Thursday evening
by Kev? i: , A. nanagan. under tne
auspices of the Irish Uoodfellowshlo club.
The lecture will be given at Arl'ngton
hall. Sixteenth and Dodge streeta. A large
ncuth Omaha contingent will attend the
The Ancient Order of United Work
men will hold their Harvest Festival this
ovening and during the rest of the week
at their hall on Twenty-fifth and M
streets. Friday evening has hen an
nounced as the Degree of Honor night rind
a special program will be offered to that
part of the order.
Parents of Deaf j
Children Meet and j
A meeting of parents of deaf children
waa held In the auditorium at the Scho.d
for the Deaf. Wednesday afternoon, when
the following nnme.r officers were elected:
K. J. Babrock, North l.in. ' president ;
F. P. Johnson Mlnatare. vi.-e president:
Mrs. John S. Heed. Lincoln, secretary;
Ftank Fslhacm, Omnhn. trrasui-er; Al N.
Dafoe. Tecuniseh, el-alt man executive
committee: F. 1 1. Paeon. Overton: John
Hrert. Lincoln; U. V Orr. Lynch: V
M. Cornell Homestead: C. L. Kello-y,
North Bend: Judge .1. L. Bebe, Alma;
Mrs. Anna IwIk. i'!v Center: Dr. D. A.
Runcstrom. Wellfleet. committee.
The so-called oral law and the manage
ment of the school were warmly rum-trended.
BURNASCO OPENING SUCCESS
Fall Season at Burgess-Nash Com j
pany Brings Many Customers.
T. J. Grler.
Word has been received In Omaha an
jounc'nn the death of T. J. Grler, general
nanager of the Hoimstake mine at Lead,
3. D. Mr. Gricr died In Loa Angelea.
where Ue had gone, hoping the change In
ciimafe would prove beneficial to his
i caitli. Mr. Otter had been general man
;Ker of the Homestake more than thirty
years and was well known In Omaha. J.
K. HagKln, one of the principal owners of
the mine, died In Boston three weeks ago.
Beat Dtarraorat Hesaedy. '
If yon have ever jjaed Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy you
know that It U a success, gam T. Gum.
Whatley, Ala . writes, "I had measles
u nd got caught out In the rain, and It
awtled In my stomach and bowels. I had
an awful timo, and had it not been or
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy I could not possibly have
live! but a few hours longer, but thanks
to this remedy, I am now wall ani
strong." For saje by all dealersAdvertisement
Knights of Pythias
Have Open Meeting
Nebraska lodge, No. 1, Kntghrs of
Pythias, held aa open meeting at Its
lodge room 'la the Board of Trade build
ing last algbt, to open the winter's actlvU
ties. No formal program was observed,
the gathering being Just a get-to-gether
of old and young; members, and a tew
especially Invited guests, who are not
membera of the order.
W. W. Young of the German-American
Insurance company. Mayor Dahlm&n,
County Attorney Magiv;y, Former Judge
Slabaugb', Senator Macfarland arjd
others made short address, and Everett
1. Dedds sang a couVle of Harry Lauder's
songs effeetfc:y. Refreshments were
POLICE TO WEAR WHITE
VESTS DURING AK-SAR,-BEN
Policemen, from the humblest "harness
bull" up to Chief una himself, will be
arrayed In white starched vest, white
gloves, and newly rehabilitated uniforms
during Ak-Sar-Ben week.
Caaat Trains Via .aok.aar.
. ranious "Olympf.in" and Columbian
trains of the Chicago. Milwaukee $k St
Paul railway now run over the new line
via Spokane. Low colonist jaree dally to
October S; S30 from Omaha to Spokane
and the coast, S& to Montana. Tickets
and Information at city ticket office. Chi
cago. Milwaukee V St. Paul railway, 131
Farnam street, Omaha, Si
SHOWS . AXE QUITE ATTRACTIVE j
Diversified Kihlblt of Styles la
Mrsrlag 4, p pare I Interests Trade
Pome Creations Are
Fron. all departments of the Rurgess
Xash stores comes the declaration that
never before In the hlsiory of the house
have sales been made so easily, or In such
quantity as i during tht qncnlng weeks
of the fall trade. ,
"The chief chsracterlstic of our open
ing fall display," remarked A. U Green,
"te the completeness of all lines shown
despite the fact that the season Is prso-
tically- In Ita Infancy."
In the department devoted to the -sale
of gowns and wraps, A. R. Whltehouse,
licud of tho department, declares that the
!ileher priced creations are the ones that
aie beu.g purchased, and the sales are
heliitf mace with m eater ease than has
ever before heen experienced. This he
credits to the evident class of the stock
offered. From street coat - to evening
wrnp, from street Cress to evening gown
it Is the Article 'of real merit and dis
tinction that Is being purchased regard
leas of price.
Many people are attending the style
show for tho flrat time and .seem utterly
dnmfounded with the wonderful creations
as Well na the arrangement of the e'e
rartment. The French room in which thj
handsomest of evening gowns are shown
is a work of decorators' art. Fine tailored
suits are also being disposed of rapidly,
along with the evening wraps, gowns and
dancin$ frocks. Chiffoj5crepe do chines,
voiles, satins and velvets form the ma
terials of which most of the gowns are
composed, the trimmings used being Jet,
spangle, shell, silver cloth and gold laces.
The Redtngtone style of suits is prov
tr.g the most rJular, with Prussian green,
electric blue and black as the chief colors.
- A handsome display of ura-is offered
the public, among w'hlch are a striking
broadcloth coat trimmed In sable and a
seal coat with ermine trimming. . Tho
leopard skins are by far the best ever
brought here hy the firm.
In the mllllnary department the result
Is the-same, according to F. F. Robins,
who says the black Lyons velvet hats are
most popular, as are those of dark brown,
blue and green.
Has Fair Success
The Student association at Central High
school has been fairly launched, for i't
students and teachers signed a pledge
to each buy a season ticket. This is a
poorer showing than, was expected, for
less than one-fifth of the enrolled pupils
have signified their Intention of getting
tickets. The ticket admits to all tho ath
letic and scholastic eventa Riven under
school auspices in Omaha. ' This will In
clude about six foot ball games, as many
of basket ball, a number of bas i ball,
two track meets and several debates. It
makes the average price of each "bhow"
about 10 cents.
The pledge will be passed again, and
It is hoped that better results will be" obtained.
Headache and Jlervoasaeaa Cared.
"Chamberlain's Tableta are entitled to
all the praise I can give them," writes
Mrs. Richard OIp, Spencerport, N. Y.
"They have cured me of headache and
nervousness and restored me to my
normal health " For sale by all dealers,
Culls From the Wire
The first international convention of
pnotoplayers t moving picture actors and
actresses) will bd held In San Francisco
Charles I. Rector, proprietor of a well
known New York restaurant which bears
his name, vesterday died of heart dis
ease at hia home near Long Branch, N. J.
Most of the eastern railroads trv to out
their California traffic through Chicago
and this augments the business of the
Central Pacific, according to testimony
given st New York by William H.
Sproule. president of the Southern 1'ac'fic
Railway rompany, In the government suit
to compel the Soutliern Pacific company
to give up control of the Central Pacific
Charlea D. Watson of St. Albans was
nominated at the Vermont democratic
state convention for l.'nlted States sen
ator to si creed Senator W. P. Dilling
ham, republican. An effort to have the
convention endorse the nemlnee of the
progressive and prohibition parties,
rharlea A. Prouty, formerly of the Inter
state commerce commission, gained much
support, but Mr. Watson was chosen nn
the first ballot, receiving IMS votes. Mr.
Prouty had m
THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1914-
STOKE NEWS ta FRIDAY
from the guffering" cosd by dis
ordered condition of tho or (tana
of digestion and elimination
from indigestion and biliousness
always sheared by tho gaf ,
certain and gentle action of
SeU eerywasre. la basea, 10 SSe.
IF THE BABY IS CUTTING lEEn.
Mrs, Winslows Soothing SyTup
A SPLENDID REGULATOR
PURELY VCGETABLE-NOT KARCOTIC
-- SIXTEEOTM AM) MA1RNEY STREETS
NEWS FOE FISSDAY-
THAT US OF VAST IMPORTANCE' TO EVERYONE
Sate qH . Remmiruaimlts I Sample Fifoccs J
Lacos FirMay, 6c, Sc & 20c Each
200-yerd c?ool ccttcn,
black and white, spool, 2c
Silk finished, crochet
cotton, &11 colors, yard, 3 c
Shoa trsos, pjJr, 7l2c
Twict, ell colors, spool, 11 c
Barsrisig cotto3i,4 cpools Be
Wire hdr pine, assort
ed, per box, 2 c.
Iron holders, esbestus,
eech, 6 c.
16-yard bolt tape, 10c.
Wooden glove forms,
for drying gloves, pair, $1
Hdr nets, large s!ze, 6
Warren's girdle founda
tions, all sizes, each, 10c
Bnrgsss-Hssh Co. Main floor.
Lengtha - to l1 yardo long. Including lace edges,
allovez laces, Venice, oriental and colored laces,
nets, etc.; ocores 2 pretty, new designs and excep
tionally priced for Friday, each, Be, 10c and 26c.
CMtfom anudl galk NETS at 2Sc
A. big line ol colored cMCfon and cillk nets, em
broidcied and plain, big assortment of colors. Special,
the yard, 26 c. vtrg tss-Wah Co. Mala IMoor.
Tlhs $24.S0 W0tm VELVET
These rugs are exceptional values, full 9x12" foot
size, extra heavy rjuaMty Wilton Velvets In' fascinat
ing assortment of Oriental colorings and designs. A
seamless rug and a splendid value at $24.60. Very
special for Friday, $17.60. Bnrrsss-ITasU Co. Third moor.
DlTMga and Tlt8
Crepe toilet paper, 10c
kind, 4 rolls, 26 c.
FelsTJapMha Soap, 10
cakes, 39 c.
No. 77 cecoanut oil
soap, 6 bars 24 c.
Armour's Turkish bath
soap, 7 cakes 26c.
Eorax chips, large pack
quart size bottle, 13 c.
White lily soap, special,
3 cakes for 10c.
Toilet soap, special lot,
10c cakes, 6 c.
Sani-Flush, 26c size, 18c
Btu sett-Hash Oo. M'Uii floor.
UNUSUAL IRES (GOODS VALUES OFFERED FRUDAvY
Two remarkably strong assortments of short lengths of the season's best weaves offered like this:
REHNAHTS OF NEW 60c WOOL DRESS GOODS FRI
DAY, AT THE YARD, 29c
There are hundreds of pieces, all very desirable
for making children's school dresses. They are mill
lengths of 1 to 6 yards, including French serges, hen
riettas and batistes, 30 inches wide. The colors are
navy blue, light blue, Copenhagen, lavender, green, tan,
old rose, gray and wine; also black; regu- ' rTj)(A
lar 60c quality, Friday, yard
Borgssr-Mssb Co. Economy Basement,
60c TO 51.80 WOOL DRESS GOODS IN PATTERN
LENGTHS, 96c, 91.39, $1.09 and $2.46
There are several big tables to select from, and
really there is hardly a favored weave missing
cheviots, serges, whipcords, mixtures, granite cloths,
broadcloths, plaids, stripes, plain colors and fancy
patterns, pattern lengths, 2Va to 6 yards, widths 36
to 64 inches, materials that are regular 60c to
$1.80 values, per yard, Friday
S)gc, M.39, 9L899 $2.4B Pattern
gg.00 TMMMEP 1HATS, $2.2
Smartly trimmed hats, consisting of the new
est styles and trimmed in the most attractive
manner with flowers, wings, burnt
ostrich and partridge, fancies, etc.
FHany are .finished with gold and
silver tinsel braids. ' Values are
positively $6, but on Friday $2.96.
$3 U1WRIHMED FLUSH HATS
FRIDAY AT $1.79 v
Untrimmed silk plush hats very
latest shapes, big variety and worth
$3, Friday at $1.79.
Note ve trim all hats bought in the base
ment FREE OF CHARGE. .,..,.-.. c.M..,
iru's 6c t $L00 Shirts, 48c
We have gone through our
stock of shirts and taken out
all the soiled and mussed
shirts and will pi &ce them on
sale in the Basement Friday
with a line of new 04 square
count percale shirts at 48c.
There are shirts in this lot
worth one dollar each and we
would be well Inside the truth
to say there are some worth $1.60 each, not a shirt
worth less than 66c. Our special sale price, 48c.
Burgess-Wseh Co. Basement,
MUSLIN GOWNS, 89c '
Fine nainsook and mus
lin gowns, lace and em
broidery trimmed, in slip
over or high neck styles.
Special for Friday, 89c.
KIMONOS AT 98c
Flannelette kimonos, in
medium and dark color
Persian patterns. Extra
values for Friday, 98c
DRESSING SACQUES, 60c
Dressing sacques, light
or dark percales and ging
hams with pepUiu splen
did selection; special, Fri
Made of coutil, in light
weight, medium or low
bust, all lengths, at 69c.
60c BRASSIERES, 19c
' Splendid quality muslin
with strong edging and in
serting to match, perfect
fitting, regular price 60c,
Friday, each, 19c.
SILK REMNANTS at 29 a Yard wmen's vests, 26C
. Women s regular or ex
tra size white ribbed cot
ton vests and Pants, 26c.
A big lot, including lengths from 1 to 6 yards, all
desirable weaves, such as foulards, taffetas, mescalines,
etc., in a big line of plain colors as well as fan
cies; very specially priced Friday, at yard
Wonderful values, made of
fine , all wool serge with direc
toire style coat and new plain
fitted skirt; ' brown, navy and
black; $18.00 values for $9.98.
CLOTH DRESSES, $7.60
Made of fine men's wear serge,
with silk girdle and medici collar.
Skirt tunic style, black, navy, brown
and gray. Very special at $7.60.
$4.60 CLOTH SKIRTS, $1.98
Serges, plaids, cheviots and mix
tures, made plain style or with tunic,
waist band 22 to 26 inches, navy or
black; good $4.60 values for $1.98.
Barf ess-Hash Co. B asemsat.
Quilting frames or cur
tain stretchers, fitted
with non-rustable brass
pins. Special Friday, 09c.
CLOTHES BASKETS . '
All willow, well made,
very substantial, 89c,
09c and 79c.
WASTE BASKETS '
Large size willow waste
baskets, 69c values, 39c.
98c FLOOR MOPS, 09c
High grade Cedolene
hard wood floor polishing
mopj, 08c value, 09c.
Liquid veneer, highest
grade furniture polish,
80c size, 39c.
Aluminum . triangular
sink strainer, worth 36 c,
miEE DOMESTIC ROOM FRIDAY
MUSLIN AT 8c
Yard wide bleached
muslin, good grade, at
MUSLIN AT 4c
Unbleached yard wide
muslin, light weight, but
fine weave, at yard, 4c.
26c SATEENS AT 11c
Black and colored mer
cerized sateens, remnants
of the 28c grade, 30-ln.
wide, yard, 11c.
SILK0LINE3 AT 3 He
Fancy printed Silkolines
and comforter cretonnes,
et yard, 3Vc.
COTTON BATTS, 39c
2-lb. Royal batts, hand
rolled, bleached; will make
a full size lght weight
comforter; each, 39c.
18c COTTON BATTS, 7l2c
18-ounce rolls cotton
batts, 16c values, Friday,
WMini's IHfouioe Diressss at 98c
Made of good quality percales and ginghams, in
pretty stripes and checks, all colors, finished with
stitching, rick rack and embroidery trim- fThCQ
ming, all sizes, 34 to 40; special at 0(C
Wem'Q $2.00 Bolt Kfats at 4Bc
Men's hats in fur, velour and balmacaan styles, fe
dora, telescope and drop tip. Broken lines of values
to $2.00. Gray, black, navy and oxford colors, ail
sizes represented, but not all sizes in any one style
or color. If you want a good knock-about hat for rough
wear end are not too fastidious this is a ' J ES
snap for you. Sale price Friday ,
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