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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1914)
THE HEE: OMAHA, KM DAY, OCTOBER Hi. lnu.
CHANCE FOR STEAMBOATS
Omala, May Secure a line if Ton
Bif i Goanutsd.
2TEW BOATS FOR THE SERVICE
Mr Mam frena Weiw Orleaas t.
Kama. City Mar Be Es
teaded fa Carry Oaseba
If Omaha cab guarantee tha tisoessary
toniiaica to make a slsam barge Una pay,
tha Mississippi River Trsnsportstkm com
pany. Just twins organised to operate
boaU from Nw Orleans to PC Paul and
Chicago, send a barge to Omaha on
tha Missouri rivar. Tha trad, extension
commute, of tha Commercial club has
en actively looking Into tha matter of
possibly reviving Missouri river utaam-
boat transportation. They hava recently
had aoma correspondence with J. H. Ber
nard. Inventor of tha self-propelling steel
river barga. which has already made aoma
successful trt( to St. Paul and Chicago.
M hen It was nn that tha trips were suc
cessful, a company wss organised, to le
known a tha Mississippi River Trsnspor
Tbla company, according to Information
received hy tha local commute from the
New Orleans Chamber of Commerce and
tha patentee of the boat. contrmplates
the conatructlon of alK barges of 3.000 torn
each, to ba operated on the Mississippi.
Jt will also manufacture ten other ateel
bars of l."r' tons capacity of a elmlUr
type. Tba large type la to make twelve
mile an hour up atream and the smaller
ona taa milea an hour. Tho emaller type
ta to operate between Chicago, fx. Paul.
Ht. Louts and Kansas City. Tho larger
bargee are to ply between St. Paul and
Alone with tlha Information came Infor
mation that tha Una could ba extended to
Omaha If Omaha could guarantee the ton
nage. MORRIS KATLEMAN DIES
SUDDENLY IN CHICAGO
Morria Katleman, formerly of Omaha,
but later residing In St. Loula. died there
Wednesday evening from an acute attack
of appeadicttla. The body will be brought
to Omaha for burial. Tha funeral will ba
held Kriday afternoon at 1 o'clock from
tha residence of hie brother. A. . Katle
man. 121 North Nineteenth street, with
Interment at Ooldcn Hill cemetery.
Mr. Katleman realded in Omaha for
about twenty-five years prior to hla re
moval to Bt. IxiU three yeara ao.
"While In Omaha ha wae engaged In the
grocery bualnaaa on Bouth Flsteenth
afreet for a number of yeara. He la sur
vived br tils wife. Fannl Katleman. and
one daughter. Mn. M. J. Novoeon of M.
lputo; also by hl brothera. Jacob, Aaron
U. of Omaha and Aba of Los Angelea.
Cat, and the following sisters, all of
Omaha: Mrs. D. Rlumenthal. Mr. M.
Zalkowltch. Mra. B. M. Frown. Mra.
Zanna Katleman and Ma mother, lira. R.
Katleman. also of Omaha, Mr. Katleman
waa a member of a number of local or
canlsatlona. wbWa will hava charge of
C A. SCAPPELLOF PAWNEE
HEAD OF BAPTIST CHURCH
One axaln C. A. Sceppell of Pawnee
City waa choewn president of tha Nebraska
Tlaptlst church. Other officer choaan
vara Rev. a X Pop. Unooln. vloa Presi
dent; V. M. Amaberry. Broken Bow.
second virm preeldent; Itsv. J. O. Botsla.
rremont, recording aecretaryj Rev. Fred
Jierry. Lincoln, corresponding secretary:
W. E. Rhodea, Omaha, treaeurer; Rev.
It. R. Coon. Grand laland. hlatorlan.
Rer. J. A. Maiwell. paator of Calvary
ytaptlat church. Omaha. wa elected chair
man of tha board of united beneftclence.
r. W. T. Elroore, a missionary to India,
gave tha chief addreM at tha Calvary
Jtaptlat church Wednesday evening. Kred
Jlerrjf waa chosen superintendent of
mission work and Wilson Mtlla of Omaha
secretary of unified missions.
A padal women's session In tha after
noon waa addreased by Mlaa Ina Burton
MURRAY HURTS HIS HAND
WHEN HE HITS A MASHER
Paul Murray. Janitor of tha federal
building and .g-pugtllat, ta pursing a
or right mitt aa tha roaulf of hla plant
Ins tba aaroa In tba countenance of a
'ortb Twenty-fourth atreet niashar.
Paul waa returning home from work
wnea a woman pedeetrtan aaked him to
rail an officer and take ear of two
young blooda who were annoying her.
Paul took tha Job unto himself and
aoeoated tha would-be-sports. One of tha
lads awung at Paul's paw with the reault
that ba adorned tha middle of the street
far tracks when Murray ducked and
rouatered. Tha other masher waa last
seen passing at top aied through Flor
ence and Is probably at ill on his way.
SUTEN BEING TRIED FOR
DEATH OF JOE OPERITTA
John SuU-o la being tried In criminal
fourt on tho rhargc of manslaughter In
c(,i.(i ctton with tha death of Joseph
( perltta In South Omaha at Twenty
, sixth and P Streets. Bouth Omaha, about
a month ago. Roth men were packing
house laborers and Austrlans by birth.
An Interpreter Is necessary to secure the
teetlmooy of witnesses. Kuten'e defense
is that ba merely went to the place where
everal men were quarreling, and pro
tested that tha noise waa preventing htm
from sleeping In but room up Lairs. Whan
OperKta waa fatally atahbed. Kuten aaye.
tha guilty party escaped and he was ar
rested because ha waa present.
MOHLER IS LEARNING HOW
TO DRIVE NEW AUTOMOBILE
A. l Mohler, president of the Cnlou
Pacific, baa at last contracted the auto
mobile disease and has become tha pos
sessor ef a big new touring car. having
Just purchased It. Preslient Mohler will
not use his automobile In making trips
rot along1 the Union Pacific system, but
will ride In It about the city and when
ha goes out on abort Jaunts. He proposes
i learn tha machine so that h. can
artva It. V
Violators of the
Laws Are Caught
Rmmet ". Hlgrtns. gawernmant In
spector of the migratory bird law, and
Harry Rarmeler. federal Inspector from
IwbuqiM. la., sneaked out to Carter laka
Wednesday night and procured thi? name
of fifteen hunters who were violating tha
federal regulation prohibiting shooting
between sunset and sunrise. The In
spectors made the raid between 7 and I
o'clock and obtained sufficient evidence
to bring the culprits befnte tha Cnlted
States commlaelonnr for hearing.
Alflo Moieae and Oeorge Clslcara were
found In Iowa territory and ware fined
$10 end costs under tha state law for
shooting from boats. An Omaha police
officer waa also among theee nipped In
the raid on Iowa land.
Mr. Hlgglns snd his colleague would
have captured probably half a hundred
aiolators of tha law If their launch had
not unexpectedly broken don. Tha
momentary accident gave the swarm of
shooters ample time to escape. Quite a
number of prominent Oman an s were
caught by tha inspectors snd Mr. Hlg
glne Intend that several more ba cap
tured If they persUt In overlooking the
laws snd regulations of ITnole Bam.
The penalty for shooting between stin
st snd sunrise la a fine of 1100. ninety
days' Imprisonment, or both.
Lininger Auto Co. '
J. A. f tntvre rtt th Ui Inlvra Int. I
onmpany has disposed of his Interests In
the firm to the Ilnlnger Implement com
pany and henceforth the concern will ba
known as tha IJnlnrer Auto company.
Mr. Mrlntyre will retire from the auto
mobljle business, temimrarily at least,
and take up his residence on his farm In
Mills county. Iowa. Mr. ' Mtlntyre has
handled Oakland machines In Omaha for
six years. He first went Into the motor
car game when two cylinder cars were
on tha market. Tha Lininger Auto com
pany will sell Oaklands, as did the Mr
PRISONER GAINS FREEDOM
Alonro Bellamy it Mistaken for An
other and Make, Hit Escape.
WILLIAMS SAYS HE WAS ASLEEP
When Jailer Calls for Williams
Re Released Other Maw Takes
Ilia Piece mm Is Ksenrteel
to the Dntr,
Rwcklen'a Arale Paler
should be In every home ready to apply
to all burns, bruises, rores. cuts snd
scalds. Heals quickly. 5fic. All drug
TELEPHONE MEN PLAN ON
A LONG EASTERN TRIP
Tyler Belt, general manaxer of tha Ne
braska Telephone company, accompanied
by aire. Belt, leaves Friday for a month s
trip along the Atlantic aeahoard and the
gulf. Mr. and Mra. Pelt wilt vi.it tk.
principal cities of tha east snd south, and
will be In Richmond about the middle of
ine month, to attend the big meeting of
pioneer telephone men to ba held thera
VV. A. Plxley, auditor of tha Nebraska
Telephone rompany. will also make tha
trip to Richmond.
PERU cVuB TO MEET AT
Y. M C. A. SATURDAY NIGHT
Tha annual meeting of the Omaha
Pent club will ba held ftatnrday evening,
October IT, at tha Young Men's Christian
Association building. There will be the
ejection of offloers, followed by an Hal
lowe'en social. All members snd friends
are urgently Invited.
STATE TEACHERS' ASS'N .
HAS NO REGULAR COLORS
During the laat few days Mlsa Belle
Ryan, assistant superintendent of the
public schools; has been besieged with In
quiries from Omaha merchant as to
what the official colors of the Nebraska
Ptate Teachers association may be. The
merchants, who reallr.a that the conven
tion Is one of the biggest for Omaha, are
anxious to decorate their places of busi
ness In the colors of the sasoclatlon. But
Mlsa Rysn has been forced to Inform
them that the association has no colors,
and the enterprising mercantile men will
ba compelled to seek other means of ex
pressing their weloome to tha teachers. J
Alonso Bellamy, prisoner at the county
Jail. 1 as made (rood his escspe from that
When Jailer Cahlll went to tha cell
containing colored prisoners Wednesday
morning and called out Jack Williams to
don hla atreet colthea and prepare to be
released after serving hla time, Alonzo
Bellamy took his place without tho jailer
becoming sieplclous. The latter had been
bound over to the district court from
Platf month and was awaiting trial on
the chargo of breaking and entering.
Aftor putting oa Williams' street clothes
Bellamy was escorted to 'the Jail door
and freed by Cahlll, who did not discover
the prisoner s trick until Williams "woke
up" later from what he asserted was a
genuine sleep, and clamored for his own
freedom. Wllllama la still Velng held,
however, aa It Is suspected that he was
"wise." to the scheme to let Bellstny es
cape. No trace has been found of the Platts
mouth prisoner, who Is supposed to have
left the city by the first train. He is sold
to have been a porter and la described aa
follows: Very black skin, sge ! height
flva feet seven Inches, weight 140 pounds.
Regulate a Child's Bowels When
Cross, Bilious or Full of Cold
Any child will gladly Uks "Caeca rets
Candy Cathartic," which act gently
never gripe or produce tha slightest tin
easiness though cleanses tha little) one's
Constipated Rowels, sweetens tha stom
ach and breaka up a bad cold quickly.
Full directions for children and grown
ups in each package.
Mothers can rest easy after giving this
gentle, harmless laxative. to children,
OvlJr: '''it PRICE 10 CENTS!
AS CARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEER
Window Display Week is a
Move for Better Business
WHEN "Good Times ' begins making
inquiries at the dealers counter the
whole world gets' busy.
As goods move from the shelves the
wheels of production take on new
Newspaper Window Display Week is de
signed to link the denier 's counter with the
greatest business building force of today
Every manufacturer who advertises in this
newspaper is making business for the dealers
who carry his product, lie is sending cus
tomers to their stores. -
National advertising in local newspapers
means direct saltw for local merchants.
It is to the interest of local merchants that
newspapers carry more national advertising.
It is to the interest of retailers to push the
goods advertised in Uicir home newspapers.
As an object lecnon the week of October 19
U4th has been set aside by leading newspapers
of the United States and Canada aa National
Newspaper Window Display Week.
During Next Week Merchants are
Requested to Display in Their Windows
Standard Products of National Distribu
tion Advertised in This Newspaper.
Join the MovementHelp Start the Fac
tory Wheels Going.
What WmI4 Ywa Dwf
Thar are many times whew oaa man
jueaUona another's actions and motives.
Men act differently under different clr
eumsUnoas. Tba question Is. what would
you da right now It yon had a severe cold?
Could you do better than to uks O ha ra
ter lata a Couch Remedy? It Is highly
lconunnded by people who hava used it
for years and know Its value. Mrs. O. R.
Sargent, Peru, lnd., mo a. "Chamberlain's
. Cough Kamedy la worth its weight In
Cold and I take pleasure In recommend-in-
It." for sals by all dealers. Adver-tiamut.
A V US .
CauiAOCM N TMf MAUCsT "
TMt TRIUMPH Of TMC ILtWiNTN ttMTUNV
'ths Ben er Atiourrt pwfrr'
A TKtUMfH Of TOBAV
Ar.lERICAn T.1ADE GOODS FOR AMERICANS I'JILL DE
A Glogan for "Made in America" Week Beginning Next Monday.
Doost "Made in America" and "Made In Omaha" Products, ask forthem
I5c Embroideries 5c Yd.
Frldaj w will plao cn RaJe. a
bg special purchaw of rtanda,
Kljrnn, la serf Ion , nml Pretty
Irml Fkunrlnra, that were
made to sH rcrularly op to
16c and Tsn 20c a yard, all at
one prlr, yard ris
Drujt and Toilet Articles
"'e ilinds Honey and Almond Creem
.for . . Bto
11.60 Ctriental Creu.ni for mo
Juno Cream, a creujii powder In Hire
a&c Importer Hlue Powuer 860
60c Pal llepatlca 3io
7 5c Jsd halts i.'...S4o
f0c ftyrup of l-Tirs io
10c Jap Rose ioap Uo
l"o f'hysicinns and burgeons :-oap'.'30
iRc Qeen lirfn Face fowiler 3lo
R'lc yueen Ufnm Face Powder 38o
2Sc Paraxon Peroxide face cream -loo
ttji-. Kanl-F'li'sh . . Jej
ROc bottle Uayrum 19o
Powdered Auimonta, takes the pin'-e
of ammonia wntcr, 2 pkes 80
I'.tO Hudson t.'ombinatlon tlyrinors,
auaranteed t yean ga.OO
h 00 Wellington fombtnation Hv-
. rtnge aa.83
II. o Jut. Maderlt. Water bottle,
ii tiiftisii liwssaiasr isaaiT i 1 i sifcrti rlTriSi
7? inch iitnast
pure flax, $1.75
quality, yafd . .
72 inch Belfast Double af.u
Damask, assorted patterns, I1.D8
Assorted widths Huck Toweling,
plain or fancy figured, - pure
flax, values to 79c, Cf
per yard OvC
Linen Sheeting, pure flax, heavy
round thread, full width, ftQ
$1.25 value, yard .... OtVC
Dinner Napkins, full stie, pure
flax, regular $5.00 d 1 Cf
values, 6 for P 1 OU
rxuAT srxciAi.1 ra
ltl4o Eiderdown Tarn, In all col
ors, per skr-ln lo
OhUdr.n'a Knitted Suits, 3-pte .
1.60 values, rhoice 8BO
Boys' and CHrls' Sweaters, bst
colors, all lcs $1.48
ChUdren's Sweaters, sizes 2 to 18
3 cars, all colors, at 980
Friday in Domestic Room
10.000 yards of all Kinds of remnants as well as goods from the
bolt, all on squares.
No. 1 Square will Bave Linings, Wash Goods and all kinds of Cotton
good, at yard 2 to 4
Square No. 2 Linings, Wash Goods, Prints, Ginghams, and other
goods up to 10 vards. at yard
Square No. .1 Wash Goods, Suitings. Outing Flannels, Percale,
Dress Ginghams, yard wide unbleached Muslin, at yard 5t
Square No. 4 Wash Goods, Dress Goods, Outing Flannels, Flannel
ettes and Wash Goods that sold up to 15c, at yard 7Vi
Thousands of yards of Suitings, Flannelettes, Cotton Dress Goods and
goods that sold up to 25c a yard, all at, yard 10c
Towels, each 3V4. 5S 7. 10t. 12'
100 Table Cloths, $1.00 grade, each GJc
100 Table Cloths, $1.50 grade, each 85
100 Table Cloths, $2.00 grade, each... i 25
Ladies' fleece lined underwear,
vests or psnts. 00c vaUiea..3to
Men's fleece lined underwear, ail
flzes. shirts or drawers, worth
to 11.00, at 9o-4o-35o
Men's. readies'' and Children's
lioHierv, all air.es, 12(:C values.
at , Sl
Ladles medium weight union
suits, regular and extra sixes.
values to 11,00. at 6c-3o
Boys' fleece lined underwear,
shirts only, 2Tc ralue t..H4
Infanta' art wool vesta 'with
long sleeves, 25c valucH, at lOo
La '1 its' outing flannel gowns.
worth to ll.fiO, at. .98o-9o-490
Children's part wool aweatar
coats, nil sizes from 2 to 8
yearn, at 49o
ftl.VOO Tailored Suit ; $7.05
Come in Sergea, cbsviots and
fancy suitings In all. the new col
orings with 45-in. , satis , lined
coats, pleated and y oke skirts.
flO.OO and $12.50 Dreseea (16.05
A splendid lot of Messallne aim
Serge Dresses in new long pleat
ed tunic and basque effects
$8 95 and $10.00 Coats $3.00
Full lined Astrakhans In blacks
and browns, with plush storm
collars, also heavy brocaded
cloth coats in good line of colors.
$3.00 Trreis Skirl $2.80 Over
300 Skirts In black and colors,
new long tunic styles, some ac
cordion pleated bottoms, also
plain or Roman stripe effects,
come in all wool serges and nov
$1.60 and $1.98 House DreWa 30c
A splendid lot including a big,
line of the popular "Simplex '
brand, some slightly Imperfect
but all very special bargains.
Silk Petticoats $1.00 in good
colors, rfancy pleated, lt-inch.
flounces,, just 69 of thorn. Act
quickly on tfc See.
Silks at Bargain Prices
Plain and Novelty Dress Silks Me6sn
lines, foulards, poplins, chiffon taffetas,
Iloman stripe and checked novelties,
. etc;, to $1.25 yard values, per yard,
at . .38c, 48c and 68c
$1.00 English Dress Corduroys 32 ins.
wide, in good assortment of popular
shades, at, yard . . 58c
Imperial Dress Satin Mescaline, to $1.25 values,
in all new shades, yard -88
40-in. Silk Poplins, exceptional values
t 08 "d 81.23
Black Satin Dutch, S6 to 54 In. wide, in three
big lots 36 in. 98c; 40 In. $1.28: 54 in. $1.98
Snaps in I'iool Dress Goods
All wool Serges, Diagonals, Panamas, Crepes,
Cheviots,. Whipcords, etc., to $2.00 yard val
ues, on sale In three special lots
t 38S 68 and 08
$1.25 and $1.00 Pondecherry Plaids, all wool,
SO and 58 in. wide, every new color. Very pop
ular this season, yard ..OS
Beautiful All Wool Broadcloths up to $3.50 val
ues, all colors, fin satin finish, yard
at 81.48 and 81.08
Elegant New Cloak in gs, Including Astrakhans,
Diagonals, Chinchillas, etc., in novelty effects,
stripes, plaids and plain colors, exceptional
value, yard . ... .81.50. 81.08 and 82.08
Velvet A splendid showing of the popular
Roman stripe and plaid velvets for trimmings
and combination purposes, very special value,
at, yard .. 08 and 81.08
Take Your Pick Friday
of 500 Trimmed Hats, made to
sell at $6.50 and $7.50; at One Price
The most opportune time to secure a
beautiful trimmed hat at less than half.
TJiese hats are all made of choice quality
materials, mostly black but-some of all the
wanted colors. ;
The Trimmings include Ostrich Bands, Skeleton and
French Plumes, Ostrich, Pheasant and Peacock Stick-ups,
beautiful Flowers and - Ribbons; the trimmings alone in
most cases are worth more than the price asked for th"
trimmed hat. Illustration bhows-oue of the manv-?0 Aft
Domestic Room Clothing Sale
Mxu's $10.00 Overcoat . $2.00 Black, gray and
fancy colors, shawl collar or velvet collar, sizes
'ii to 44, well made and well trimmed, actual $10
Men's and Young Men's Overcoats 85. OO
Hoys' $2.00 and $2-AO HuJts $1.49 Friday and
Saturday we offer in the department choice ot
over 100 Boys' Suits la ages 7 to 18 years. Made
Norfolk style. Good values at $2.00 and $3.5u.
A big value at 31.49
Men's Corduroy Pant Sale, $2.95 to $4.50 I'anta
$2.49 For 2 days we offer choice of our entire
stock of Corduroy Trousers, in the Domestic
room, at one price. Not a pair sold for less than
$2.95 and as high as $4.50. Good weaves and
weights. Every pair guaranteed. Friday and
Saturday only, y01' choice. 82.49
$S.OO Boys' Wool Mackinaw s $3.10 We have never
offered such a coat before at the price. A wool
Mackinaw in the best plaid effects, all styles. They
are $5.00 coats. For 2 days your choice of these
at at 83.49
IS lb, boat aranulatad Furr . .$1.00
4-lb. satk best hlfh grada Dlaouuiid
H Flour, nuthlna batter (or brat.
Lilea or oaiiea. Bark lJii
S bars Boat 'Km All. Lenox or
laundry Wumo white laundrjr soap
7 bar. Electrto park Soap. . .
Com Flakes. pWw
All regular Itc Cookiea, apeclal, dot
All regular lc Coohlea, apeclal, per
1-os. cans Coudvnsed Milk TW
Mtia. can. Oonttfnsl Soups TV.0
3-lb. caita fancy 8weet uar Corn
t-lb. kna Early June Pexa ai.
a-lt. cans solid packed ToinatoM 10e
4 lba. bert baud picked Navy Beana
Callfomta. Cooktna Hs, lb '
4 II -a. fancy Japan It Ice. ,lo quality.
Goods Try Haydon's First
OF 11 to lV0 ON THE COST OF LIVIXQ
The beat domestic Macaroni, Vermi
celli or tspaa-netti. pc Te
Advo Jell, tor deasvrt. nothing like It.
Cleaned Currants, lb 10.
The best l Mftlngs. lb X8H
Hirachev'a Breakfast Cocoa, lb. ..SO.
ttolden fantos Coffee, lo. 80.
Ta Batter, Cbeese arnd Err Market
lot an. reoyle of Oinaaa.
Tha beat, atrtctly fresh No. t guaran
teed Ksg. dosen ,.... 86.
The beat Creamery Butler, carton or
bulk, per lb at.
F'ancy So. 1 Creamery butter, lb, so
(rooj dandy table butter, lb 86e
3 lba. choice Butterine aoa
Fancy table Butterlnet equal to
creamery, per lb aft.
taa viaiTABta mibmt roa
TBI rSOriJI OF- OMaU.
IS lba. intatoea to the pei.k for.. 80.
lrmaaj la lbs.; th. law requlrea It.
New Cabbace. per lb 1H
Hubbard (vi'iaih. each. . . .lOoiaV..
f bunchas fresh Radishes 6c
t bunches fresh fhalots... 6
! heads fresh hothouse Lettuce. .B
Fresh 8pinach, per peck loo
Beets. Carrots or Turnips, lb. ,,,.ao
Hu tabards, lb ...,8a
I stalks fresh Celery a.
Green Tomatoes, for plcklea, baaket
atzo arrxa arxciax
Fu.ncy Jonathan, Grimes' Golden or
Uellflower Apples, per boi..U5
When you are down town don't fall
to set a hot cup of Beef Tea free In
our grocery department. Kothliig like
It. It takes the cuill off.
Next week will be Apple Week. Buy
for your future aupply aa apples will
Try H.&YDEKI9 First PA!
New Blanket Placed on Safe
Finale Blankets each . . . 18c-2c
Double Iltankets, pair, 38c, BOc,
59c, 73c and .Vi
All $2.0i) r.lankets $1.2.
All $2.50 Hlankets $1.5
All $3.00 Blankets $1.0
All $3.50 Blankets $2.48
hl'KCI.l OX At TO Kl'GS.
$5.00 Auto Kug $.1.48
$.0O Auto Hugs $1.1.1
$7.60 Auto Rugs $1.05
Bath Robes $2., and $4.9.1
Bath Hobes, best Kiderdown, per
A Feast of Bargains in Domestic Boom Cloak Department
SOc and 69c. Dressing; Hacques 89c
Pretty new patterns in flannel
ette, well made.
Nobby AValstfi at 51k One lot of
C4 waists, Silk Chitfon, "lace
and nets, broken lots of our reg
ular values to $3.00, to close
$1.50 Sweater Coat 98o Misses'
and Children's in Cardinals, Ox
ford grey, navy -blue and white,
all new goods.
Flannelette Petticoats Regular ,
39c quality, all well made, great
values at, choice 19c
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