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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,191.
B7 MELLIFICIA. Monday, September 28, 1914.
VEX the little children are feeling the war spirit. The kiddles re-
E siding on South Thirty-eighth avenue, near Dodge street, gave an
Interesting little play Saturday 'at the home of Charlotte McDon
ald, and added their mite to the Red Cross fund to be sent to
Europe for the soldiers' widows and orphans.
'The Idea originated with the little ones themselves, and they wrote
a breezy little conversational play and called It "CoUege Girls." Between
acts there were fancy dances, with music on the Vlctrola. The play, was
given on the McDonald lawn, and they made their own tickets and also
boxes of fudge, which they sold. Master Burton Ourkert took In the tick
ets and Miss Harriet Sherman announced the various acts and numbers.
The children taking part were Charlotte McDonald, Dorothy Guckert,
Dorothy Sherman, Ruth Carpenter, Gertrude Carpenter, Polly Robblns and
Tickets sold at 5 cents apiece, and the children made $6.51 to send
to the Red Cross fund.
Returns from Europe.
Mr. Frank Crawford ha returned to
Omaha after having her year abroad
polled by ths war, and she and Mr.
Crawford have taken an apartment at
tha West Fernam In lieu of their con
tinental tour, from which they had an
ticipated much enjoyment this winter.
Mrs. Crawford visited In Chicago for
eeveral weeka after arriving en tha La
Krone frAm Havre. She had to wait on
board tha ship In that harbor for ten
dsy before It waa allowed to sail. In
getting out of Franca to tha coast aha
had many exciting experience.
Announcement Is mad In the Army and
Navy Journal of tha wedding of Captain
Charles Illgbe Bridget and Mrs. Badle
M. Awl, which took place In Ban Antonio,
Captain Bridges, better known as
"Duke" Bridge. Is an aide to General
Belt and was formerly stationed In
Omaha where ha, waa a member of tha
Omaha club and baa a hoet of friends
here. Captain and Mrs. Bridget have
gone to Texan City where the captain Is
At the County Club.
Among thoae dining at the club Sunday
evening were g. 8. Caldwell, who has
covert placed for four guests; Mrt. D. H.
Wheeler, five; Fred . Hamilton, four; J.
C. Kinaler. two; E. n. Miirphy, four: Hal
Brady, three; Harry McCormlck, three;
Glenn Wharton, two.
To Celebrate Birthday.
Mrs. A. WeHa entertained i at dinner
Sunday In honor of her daughter Lillian's
eighteenth birthday. Covers were laid for
Mlsae . Mlstes
Ortru.'o Road, T.ydla Road.
Lillian Welsa. Sadie Welee. .
.mma Jiuta lira a
visit Mrs. Roger Throop Vaughan at
the home of Dr. and Mra. J. P. Lord.
Dr. Vaughan of Chicago will arrive
shortly and upend Ak-flar-Hen week here.
AUDITORIUM JURNED DOWN
City Council Places on File Proposi
tion to Vote Bonds for It.
COMMITTEES ASK PURCHASE
Mayor Dahlmaa Leads Fla-ht la Op.
position to the Scheme Hot
Word Are Exchanged la
li. C. Read,
W. H. Koenlg.
V. J. Hoel,
Helen A. iwla,
J. W, Griffith,
C C. George,
N". P. Dodge,
C, T. M.Urew.
M. O. Vetera,
War to Result .
in Better American
Trade, in Europe
The opportunity for Omaha manufac
turer! Is no better In South America than
In Germany, Franca, Ruaata, China and
Japan," tald William R. Shannon of Chi
cago, south wee tern manager of Tha Ex
porter, published In Chicago, In speaking
before the directors of the Manufacturer'
association at the Commercial clnb
room. As a mau who has studied the
export situation for many years, ha
pointed out that the canal had now
shortened shipping dlttanoe to these
countrlea by thousand! of mllea, and
that the demand for American goodi
would be great as soon as trafflo was
made more feasible by a change of the
war situation. He pointed out that the
race hatred engendered by this great
war could not be lived down for a great
many years, and that when the war la
once over. Oermany will buy nothing with
the stsmp of a country that belonged to
tha alilea, while tha allies In turn will for
many yean buy nothing "made In Ger
"We are getting letters of Inquiry all
the time," he said, "In regard to Ameri
can goods. "We are already getting
many letter! from France Inquiring
anout supplies of rami machinery and
otner producte of that kind. It Is Amert
Another attempt to sell the Auditorium
to the city was defeated when the city
commission placed on file by a three to
three vote the $100,000 bond ordinance.
Mayor James C. Dahlman threatened
to go before the people and oppose the
ordinance. He alto threatened to attack
sny of his fellow commlst'ioneri who
espoused tha ordinance.
Committee! from the Commercial club.
Manufacturers' association. Real Estate
exchange and Improvement cluba ap
peared before the council to atk that the
ordinance be aubmltted at the Novembei
W. II. Green and the mayor vigorously
opposed tha ordinance.
"It looks like there's something rotten
here from top to bottom," said the
mayor. 'First the Auditorium was of
fered for I2X.000, then for i200,000, and
now we are able to buy It for 1180,000, and
we wouia bo buying a white elephant at
Then came the Information that Ham
Tukey had OCUTtd ga.fi nnti nn arm the
building. Ha told the council be would
sell the building for 1150.000. H w..
charged with having paid only $145,000. He
said he had actually purchaeed the build
ing ana money poeteeted on his contract.
At Carter Lake Club.
Among those dining at Carter Lake club
Saturday and Sunday evening were J. F,
Panlers. who entertained two 1 guests;
Grant raters, two; H. Eyler, three; It. II.
Jones,, seven; Mra R, L. Shepherd, eight;
Claude Rice, four; Mlas Nina Tate, two;
Dr. I ,A. Dermody, two;. H. C. Nielsen.
two; R. J. Altchlaon, five; C. H. T .Rle-
pen. two; W. Wharton, four; F. L. Stur-
tevant, five; W, Craighead, seven;' J,
Reagan, two; Mils Ella Woods, three.
Wit hthe Visitor,
Mr- and Mrs. II. G. Fleishman and
daughter. Harriet, of North I'latte. ar
rived Sunday evening, to be the guests
of Rev. and Mrs. E. Fleishman.
The members of the executive commit
tee of the Nebraska Anti-Suffrage so
ciety had luncheon at the University
club this noon, following which there
waa a workers' conference. Covers were
placed for thirty-five guests. Among
those present were:
Lory Price, Jeaaie Millard,
K. P. JHerk.
H. W. Kate.
T. J. Mackay,
John C, Oowln,
Jobn L. Webater,
F. N. Conner,
I F. Crofoot.
J. M. Ciumuacksr,
J. H. Rutler.
Janet Monroe Wallace.
William Archibald Hmlth.
Mra C. B. Hoffert Of St. Joseph la the
gueat of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Schmidt Hr. Hoffert, who. with
Mrs. Hoffert, arrived but Tuesday,
called by the death of his brother, re
turned heme Sunday. '
Miss Elwill Bitting ef entertained at the
Reedhurst at dinner Sunday evening.
Major Switter has received orders to
report for special detail as adjutant gen
eral of the Fourth brigade. This will take
Major Swltser and family to Texas, un
leta the troops are ordered to return to
their stations, when Major Swltser would
have headquarter! In Chicago.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Colonel Warner A. Root, formerly of
Oraaha, now a resident of California, la
visiting hit daughter, ra -K. O. Hamp
Mlts Hoover of Georgetown Is visiting
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrt. W. F,
Qurley, and wlU spend several month!
Mra Charlea Gasaan and daughter
Elisabeth of Valentine. Neb., are vlalt
Itig her titter, Mra Mena until after
Mra 3. R. Porter and Mlaa Porter of
Omaha are spending a few days In New
York City, where they are re (filtered at
the Wolcott hotel.
Mr. and Mra R. R. Kimball are gueata
at the home of Mra Thomas U Kimball
until after Ak-Sar-Ben, when they will
leave i or ineir noma in rlorida.
Mr. and Mra. P. H. 1'hllbin and chil
dren have moved from their country
home, lUdgewood. near Calhoun. Into
their town house in Bemis park.
Mra Earl Klpllnger and son Delmora
have returned from a three months" trip
to tha Pacific coast. While gone tbey
spent some time with Colonel and Mra
Baxter and daughter, Mlts Grace Bea
ter, at Portland.
Mra J. Jf. Dickey left last week for
, Honolulu, which will be her home for
part of the year. She baa sold her real
dtnc In tbta r'.ty and will spend some
time with iter daughter, Mra Bloom-field-Itruwn.
Mlaa U-ule Magee of Chicago Is vla
Iting ber brother. Mr. Wayland W. Ma
ace, at esummt-r Hill farm and will later
WALTERS FINDS CASPER
ENJOYING HEALTHY BOOM
General Manager Walters of ths North
western is back from a trip over ths
Wyoming lines, where he found croia
excellent and buslneat good In all of the
towns. The live stock movement Is. heavy
ana concerning it Mr. Walters said:
( "Last week from Wyoming we brought
600 cars of rsnge cattle to the Omaha
market and expect to handle 800 more cars
this week. This morning 'we brought In
S13 cars. The ran re cattle are In prime
condition that year and the range la the
beet In years, owing to the abundance of
rain during the summer.
"The oil Induatry la giving Catper a
healthy boom, one that gives promise of
continuing. While no new fields are being
developed and while, no new wells are
being brought In, builnets Is good. F.om
14.000 to 15,000 barreia of crude oil ts being
piped to the Casper refineries dally from
the Sand Creek fields. There seems to be
a good market for the refined product, It
being sent out sll over the west."
FIRST WINDOWS IN NEW
A fed window panea have already been
Installed In the Fontanel le hotel, on floors
where the plastering la thoroughly dry,
Now that tha brick work has ben wsshed
with acid, the beauty of the big structure
Is more apparent, and the rapid progrest
of the work toward completion la being
closely watched by many Omahans, as
well as all Ak-Ssr-Ben visitors, who have
begun to arrive In number.
Blllonaneea ana Liver Complaint
quickly reUeved by Dr. Klng't New IJfe
Pills. Regulates the boweltj keeps stom-
icn and liver in healthy condition tv..
All. druggists Advertisement.
SMALL COMET VISIBLE
IN NORTHERN HEAVENS
Few people In Omsha realise that sny
clear might a comet Is visible Jutt after
nightfall In the northwest, directly below
the big dipper. No, It 1 not Hslley's,
nor will It strike ths earth, at lestt for
several billion years to come. The short-
tailed sky wanderer Is known as Dele
van's comet and was discovered by P. T.
Peleven, In an Argentine obeervstory,
early In lfllJ.
The vlaitor may be seen to better ad
vantage In the early morning In the
northeast, but I would not advtae anyone
to get up especially to see It," remarked
Father Rlgge of Crelghton college.
CASES ARE ASSIGNED IN
FEDERAL DISTRICT COURT
The September terni of federal district
court opened with Judge Tags Morris of
Minneapolis on the bench In place of
Judge Munger, who Is III. The day was
pent In assigning the caees for trial, the
first one to start October IS. The case
of Mrs. Edwerdi against the Omaha
Street Railway company was to be tried
at the opening, but owing to the necessity
of Judge Morris returning to Minneapolis
It will not be tried until October.
Judge Walter I. Bmlth waa also In
HIGH STUDENTS ALMOST
HAYE UNEXPECTED LEISURE
Pupils at the Omaha High school had
a brief vacstkm when Jim Coleman, col
ored Janitor, who has all the keys to the
building, was In jail, ' and considerable
difficulty was experienced before he
could be located. Mrs. Coleman was ar
rested on eomplatnt of William Douglas,
snd Coleman came to the Station to get
her out. When he arrived, he got Into
trouble himself and was locked up.
GREAT WESTERN ENLARGING
ITS LOCAL FREIGHT YARDS
Ths Great Western haa beaun th a.
penditure of between IS.00O and tin AM
Improving and enlarging Its freight
yards west of the Sixteenth street via
duct. Additional team trackaaa tif ft-
clent to accommodate fifty cars Is put
In beyond the present tracks, and all of
the driveways are being paved with vitri
fied brick, i
The Improvements by the Great West
ern corns as the result of the recent visit
of officials, who after looking the ground
oer concluded that ths growth of com
psny business justified the expenditure.
Cost Kept Down (taairtr Kept Up.
No better medicine could be made for
coughs, colds, croup, hoarseness, tick
ling .throat, bronchitis, etc., than Foley's
Honsy and Tar Compound. That's why
they can't Improve the quality, and ' war
or no war, tha price remalne the earn.
E. J. fiargcnt, Dallas, Tex., tayt: "I
believe Foley's Honey and Tar has no
equal ' for It completely relieved me of
all symptoms of tuberculosis . and my
cough has entirely disappeared." Don't
accept any substitute, for Foley'a Honey
and Tar Is the best All dealer.
Captain Robert MeCnlloeh.
ST. LOUIS, Sot. 2S.-Captaln Robert
McCulloch, president and general man
ager of the United Railways of Bt Loud
and former president of the Chicago City
railway, died today after a brief illness.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
sts Boot Mat It Now Beacon rreee.
Silgfetlag rtztnrea, Burgees-Oranden On.
Fidelity Storage aad Tan Co. Cong. S88.
Bworak accountant and auditor. D. 1406.
City Property For results, list that
bouse witk Osborne Realty Co. D. 1474.
eaotlful Ail Jfodsm fevmeg Tot Sals
on the easy payment plan. Bankers'
Realty Investment Co. Phons Doug. tit.
Todays Complete to1e Frogrssae
msy be found on the first page of the
classified section today, and appears In
The Bee EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what
the various moving picture theaters offer.
Chambers' Dancing Academy The
home of modern and classic dsnces, tn
ttxuctor of teachers, who ars successful
both In Omsha and other cities Classes
reopen September 12, W14. Telephone
Douglas 1S7L The school to depend upon.
Berber Fined for Kicking Horse Joe
lierbar paid $10 and costs because he
kicked his horse In the mouth when the
animal became balky. '
Smith Oets JTlnety Says L. R. Smith.
South Omaha laundryman, waa sentenced
to ninety days In jail. He was accused
of pasting a worthless check for & on
the Brandels stores. '
Xilsa Damage Butt Started Trial of
the suit of Mrs, Elisabeth U Ksiss
against the Union Pacific railroad for
$20,000 damages for the death of her hus
bsnd .hat begun In Judge Day s district
Srogaa to Addreee oonomlsts Fran
cis A. Brogan will speak before the
Economic league Tuesday evening on
the Nebraska constitution and its' de
fects from Ms viewpoint. Ths meeting
will start' at $ o'clock.
Union Faolfle XHooretes In decorating-
the Union Pacific building for the
carnival season, 8,000 Ak-Bar-Ben pen
nants have been used. They extend In
rows from the root to the ground floor
and breaking out from each window.
Vew Jail Ordinance riled The ordi
nance calling for $100,000 bonda for a new
city jail waa' placed on file by the city
commission. One ordinance ordering the
submission of the proposition to the peo
ple waa passed and later lost and a second
was Introduced and defeated.
Kappy Kolmes Bare to Who op em V?
Happy Holme!, manager of one of the
large attractions with the "World at
Home" shows. Is back again to his old
haunts and will help make things lively
for the Ak-Sar-Ben visitors. Holmes was
one of Skip Dundy's right-hand men at
the big Transmlssiaslppt exposition.
Sandhill Farmers Froaperons Hunt
ing Is good, crops and cattle are tine,
and .many residents of the Sandhill
country of western Nebraska are plan
ning to' attend Ak-Bar-Ben festival, ac
cording f 7 1. O'Rrien or the I'.enshaw,
who has returned from a vtnlt and hunt
ing trip on his ranch north of Sutherland.
"Julias Caesar" ea Display A wonder
ful buffalo-skin overcoat on display In a
show window at the Nebraska Clothing
company Is all that remains of "Julius
Caeear," the big king of the prairie
thst Buffalo Bill Cody presented to the
Rlvervlew park too and which had to be
killed for attacking his keeper. His beau
tiful coat. In one piece, was made Into a
handsome garment with mink trimmings
snd satin lining. Other Interesting ex
hibits In the Nebraska windows for Ak-Sar-Ben
visitors Is a two-legged colt, a
bear cub, a fine peacock and numerous
BRITISH TROOPS TAKE
CAPITAL OF KAMARUN
A FORTUNE IN
Dresher Brothers Are Putting
Thousands of Dollars' Worth
of Ak-Sar-Ben Finery in
Perfect Trim for Gala
Days and Nights.
SEND YOURS IN NOW
LONDON, Sept. 2S.-U was offlclntly
announced In London this aftern6on that
Duals, the official seat of the government
of the German colony of Kamarun, Oer- !
man Equatorial Africa, had surrendered
to a British force.
If you have eczema, rinfj
worm or other itching, burning,
raw or pimply skin eruption,
try Resinol Ointment and Res
inol Soap and see how quickly
the Itching stops and the trou
ble disappears, even in severe,
Xatinol Ointment, with the help of Resfnol
Soap, clears away pimples and blackheads, and
la a most valoabla household remedy foe son,
burns, boils, piles, ate. Sold by all druggists.
For free samples write to Resinol, Dept. 2S-S,
Baltimore, Mi. Look out for substitute.
m m ,
For Sauces and
For smooth, rkk sauces and gravies
is far superior to bottle milk. Iuj
uniform rlchnetsdown to ths last drop
alwsjt give satiitactory results.
. Cottage Milk Is always freak, pure
andsweau It b the richest milk
rha most of the sister taken out,
perfectly sterilized sod with nothing
added. It lasts Indefinitely.
Tha UUk Without fAe CeoW
In Two Sizes 5 and 10c
. .At ell Good Dealers)
OaUea Broker a-a
iMEalCAJI KOI CO,
OMr Semi- Aiiiiiial Sale of Yard Goods
New Fall Dress Goods
Sales of fur-reaching economy offering the most beautiful Silks, - Velvets, Dress Goods, Lares, . Trimmings, Linens,
Domestics, Draperies by the yard, etc., at prices that represent the most desirable values.
Fine Silks and Velvets
niousands of yards of the richest Silks and Velvets spe
;ially priced for Tuesday's selling. Smart Printed and Bro
?aded Satins and Crepe de Chines in medium and small fig
ares. Beautiful colorings. 40 inches vide.j Worth QQ
$1.50 yard. Special Tuesday UOC
03c and 7Rc 2 and 27-inch AU-'Pure-HUk
In both street and qq
evening shades. Yard.. OaC
7 He Boulevard Velveteens In all
the newest shades of No. 675
French blues, greens, wisteria
and new browns. Also on
black. Yard .: 07C
$I.BO Black CrcpeMle-Chine 4 0
Inches wide. Very lustrous knd
a quality that will give QC
full satisfaction. Yard. . OOC
88-tnrh Moire Antique, Black Sat
ins and Iress Taffeta. Worth
$1.50 yard. Special
$3.7H 42-Inch Black Chiffon Vel
vetThe height of
fashion. Per yard.
$2.30 Ottoman Charmeuso Full
40' Inches wide. Especially
adapted for suits; in splendid
- street shades,
Bhades, $1 29
14-inch All-wool Tamise
Suitings Imported Nov
elties for Dresses and Suits.
French Plaids, French
Wool Taffetas and Be- m
""wo-' worth MlKr
$1.50. Yard eCJV,
Amoskeag A 11-Wool . Costume
Serges In 17 splendid QQ
fall shades & black. Yd. 37C
Chiffon Broadcloth In black
and colors, very fashionable this
season. At the spe- tf ft
clal price, yard ... apl.UU
Hew Lace Flouncings
12. 18 and 37 Inches wide, in
Princess, Llerre, Oriental and
Shadow. Values up to r" r
$1.00 per yard OVC
800 to 400 Imported Imitation
Skins Tiger, leopard, bear
skins, jaguar, fancy astrachans,
etc. All 64-in. wide. t ort
40-inch and 38-inch Wool Plaids
From the well-known James
town Mills, .including Roman
stripes. Special price, ' a r
Stunning Roman Stripe In
Poplin and Serge weaves, show
ing three and four tone effects.
yard . .
Oriental and Shadow Laces
In pretty patterns, 4 to 6 Inches
wide. In white, ecru and black.
Worth up to 39c per OC
yard ., ZOC
$1 and $1 .69
If you were to be favored with a view
of all the finer garments that are bought
and worn by Omahans. you would startle
at thoue-h suddenly brought out of a
sound aleep. .
Omaha owns a positive wealth Of gar
ments. There are Hall Oowns owned by
Omaha ladlea that could cope successfully
with the very toniest clothes donned by
fashionable New Yorkers or even Paris
ians. There are frocka, tailored suits for
street wear, etc., that cost unbelievably
large sums. There are full drese suite
owned by Omaha men, made up of as fine
materlaie us the world affordt; measured,
cut and styled by tailors who ply the
needle only at a huge salary.
But even these finer garments have to
be cleaned, pressed, altered, repaired,
trimmed, or even dyed once in a while.
Now ia the time they are being brought to
light; Just before the Ak-Sar-Ben activi
ties. lresher Brothers, at their 167,000
plant at 2211-2213 Karnam St., are cleaning
tnoet of these swell" clothes, for the par
ties owning the garments do not quite
feel safe In tending them to the ordinary
cleaning concerns. Possessors of ultra
fine garments KNOW that Preshers are
financially responsible for any loss by
fire, burBlary or accidental damage;
they know, that Dresner s will deliver a
Job qualified beyond question; they know
that Dresner's charge no more for In
imitable, high-grade service than do the
side-Street cleaners who are so reckless
with the property of others.
Now, then, you've a Tine outfit of
clothes of your own, haven't you? And
you want everything put Into perfect
shape for the Ak-Sar-Ben ball, don't
Well, aend them to Drethert! A phone
message to Tyler 345 will bring a
courteous wagon man in a hurry. Just
tell him what you want done to the
clothee, or phone to the Dresher depart
ment heads if you have something spe
cial to explain.
And when you get the clothes back
you'll say: "Fine! Those Dresher boys
certainly did a fine Job on that. I won't
have to buy anv new attire at all for
thia year'a festivities. Quite a bit of
money saved for youre truly. Great out
fit, that Dresher bunch."
Out-of-town folkt may take every ad
vantage of Dresners' work too, for
Dresners pay express one way on all
shipments of S3 or over and guarantee to
get the work out in a hurry. Out-of-town
folka, by the way, should write for
Dresher new Illustrated 32-page booklet,
showing every phase of the cleaning and
dyeing business. It's free If you say you
Get your Ak-Sar-Ben clothes to Dresh
ers at once. Not tomorrow, but NOW. Or
leave them in the Dresher receiving sta
tion in the Brandels stores, or at Dresher,
The Tailor's, at 1515 Farnam street. Advertisement.
Women's and Misses New Fall Apparel
- At prices that will crowd this section in our Basement Tuesday.
New arrivals copies of latest fashions, duplicated correctly and of
fered at very small ptices. I
tor Women s and Muse Suits Values
Extra sizes for
For Women's and Misses' Dresses
For Women's and Misses' Coats
Included are many beautiful sample garments,
stout women Included In this sale.
Thm alts are made In the newest
heavy coat styles; Russian tunic
effects; every new color and
black; mad of fine all-wool
aergea, diagonals, crepe worst-.de.
novalty cloth, etc. High stand
ing collars., vest effects, eta
The Xrrs are aatln and tergt
combination. fine crep. d.
chine, satins, utile poplns. etc.
Basqtie, aem-baaque. shirred and
pleated tunic skirt. to. Kvry
nw color, also black and white.
rh Ooata are all new 'style Fall
and Winter Goods. Fancy and
Flaln Balmaraan and other new
eaturea Pretty novslty ma
terials and black. Fine pluah
coats with satin trimmings, etc.
Other Special Values for Women, Misses. Children
for Women' and
MU9m Bilk e4
W ool Pmmi All
nw styles, Russian Tunio atyU.
box pleat, etc. Fancy and plain
silks, fin. all-wool aergea, M.00
value. All slssa for wom.n and
Children's Light Weight Coats, worth up "to $3.50
On big lot of about 109 Children's Light Weight Coat, .plan
did (or early fall wear; all good materlaie and atyle, Norfolk,
Low Belt .ffect. etc. Odd garment worth up to 13.(0. all In
on. lot for $1.10 each. Ag.a 1 to and to 1 4. Splendid coats
for lmmwliat. us for school wear, to..., , ,.
Tor Woman aad
aOasee Sarly Tall
Coal lxma ami
short casta mad of fine all-wool
serge. laln and fancy clotiia Also
short Taffeta Silk coat. Splendid
styles for present w.ar, $S, a
Tor Caudrea's Strip Bnk-
brisa SVala Cay ,Ag i
( to 11 vaara. holenuid
for school wear. VI ad wltU plaid
lined hood. tl SO values.
1 f lor Chlldr' riaaaalatte
ltJC aaa Weak Dt..s. Agem
1 la S v ,j,ra
it only 2(o to 60c
ld to sell
Tor 4H Bernes aad ywroel
aaagalaw JLproae V 1 1 n
. can to mated, lara Dock
et and belt back. Tap trimmed
rap and apron. 40c valuea
A o Womaa'a Xamale riaa-
4QC Might Oowaslinali
and V-neck, trimmed, cut
full. T(c valuea
Majestic Dress Forms
la our Notion Department
by a special demonstrator
sent direct from the Majestic
Dress Form Company.
To make your trip profit
able as well as Instructive,
we offer very, best special
values in this section Tues.
Special Drews Forms Jersey
covered and perfect propor
tioned, sizes from S3 to 44.
Tuesday. . . OOC
Pull Forms Ad
1 u s t a b 1 e In
neignt. jersey eswa
covered. 8 1 T
3! to 44. Regular 35.00
models. Special tfO QQ
Drese Form Stands Can
be adjusted to any height.
Keg. $1.75 values, rn
Special Tuesday ..HOC
Pr.ee Makers' nee Oood quality. I A.
Half-pound box. pclal Tuaday. I sw
Oottom aad Zda Tape Very ape- I
clal for Tuesday,. at. par bolt. . . . . I C
STld Otrdl reoadaUoa Regular I ft
vakie. Special Tuesday, each.. I UC
Good Pearl Button, lc per doz.
Fine Quality Dress Zephyrs
In all the leading Fall styles,
neat stripes and checks,
length up to 15 yards. 10c
and 13 He values. Spe- r
clal Tuesday, yard ... O C
Dress and Wrapper Percales
86 Inches wide. In all the lead
ing colors, Indigo, light blue,
gray, etc.. and neat figures.
10c values. Tues- r i
day, yard : .DjC
Beautiful Mlsse Crepe Pebble
weave. In all the choice Fall
styles: neat printings, etc.
Lengths up to 15 yds. si
16c value. Tuesday yd. JC
Bleached Sheets 72x90-inch
Extra weight, fine finish, torn
and Ironed; 3-ln. hem. 45c
value, Tuesday nn
Bleached Hemstitched Pillow
Slips Slie 42x36. Made from
ime quality bleached muslin,
vell finished, 3-ln. hems. 15c
value. On sale 1 O 1
Tuesday, each. .. . la&C
Bleached Shaker Flannel
Extra warm fleecy nap, both
sides alike. Perfect goods,
c value, Tuesday, e
vard .. 0C
Unbleached Muslin 36-ln. Ex
tra, fine quality, easily
bleached. Off the belt, "e
value. On sale Tues- j 1
day. yard X2C
We have bought 2,500 pairs of
New Fall Shoes
from a large Eastern manufac
turer at a bia? riisraunt t-w,
regular price. They are S3.GO,
au.av ana mo shoes. A Lit
Mll.L. tH ) SALE
TUESDAY at, per
asamaat Bnoe tore.
Better cookies, cake
and biscuits, too. AH
as light, fluffy, tender
and delicious as mother used
to bake. And just ss whole
some. For purer Baking; Pow
der than Calumet cannot be bad
at Amy prut.
Ask your grocer.
tECtmO HIGHEST AWAISS
VmU', fan fi EisMKfa. Oiur. H
tum lijinii.s, f naca, Hsna, IsU
AdoertUipg is the penda- I
lum that heept buying- '
and telling in motion.
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