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' BRIEF CITY NEWS
ete tot W. C. Crosby 'or Coroner.
Llfhting rixtares, lturitPiin-rsranden Cn.
rtdallty Storage and Tan Co. Dong. 868.
Have Boot Print It Now Heacon l'ra.
Owcrak a- ountant and auditor. l 7406.
Vote for Tnomat W. Blacktnrn for
Beaotlfnl All Mote:i: Ho-r.fl Tor Sale
on the easy payment plan. Bankers
Realty Investment Co. Thone Vou. 2W5.
XJeer Parkers to Meat. The Peer Vark
Improvement club meets at Vinton school
tonight at S p. in. The postponed annual
election of officers will be held.
"Today'i Comp. eta Movla Programs"
classified acctlon totiay. and appears In
Tho Pee EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what
the various movUis picture theaters offer.
Judge Sutton 111 District Judge A.
1 Sutton In 111 :ind unable to hold court.
It Is snld his Indisposition is not aerloua.
an.1 he la expected to occupy the hench
again within a day or two.
Chambers' Dancing Academy The
home of modern and classic dances. In
structor of teachers wno are successful
both In Omaha and other cltlea. Tele
phone lions:. 1871. School to depend uron.
Mills Has Beturned Hugh Mills,
aecrot service agent, has returned to
Omaha from Kansas City. .Mills made a
trip Into Wyoming last week on a onun
t rfeltlnK case, which lad him to tho Mis
Mitchell Talks Hare Trlday Charles
Jayani Mitchell, a noted educator of
t'tilcago, la to be in Omaha today, whon
he la to address the Commercial club nrt
a public affalra luncheon. Ills subject
Is "The Art of Human Approach."
Iowa Hunters Invade Habraska A
party of duck hunters from Pavenimrt,
Ja., went out over the Northwestern last
fiiKht, enroute to Wood lnke, where they
will remain a couple of weeks. They
traveled In a special cor and are on. their
nnntial hunt in Nebraska.
"Boyal Black Trait Cake," msinufao
tured by Iloenshel & Emery. Lincoln,
Neb., is tho most delicious fruit cake on
the American market and can be pur
chased at most of the leading groceries
and delicatessen counters, loan JUscult
company are the distributors tn a whole
sale wjjiy for this territory. .
Haw Scales for Benson The village
of Benson will Install a ciLy scabs for
use of the citizens of the village and of
ficials of the city have been consulting
with John Grant Peps. Inspector of
weights and measures, In regard to the
matter. Ernest B. Tlndcll has been ap
pointed wetghmaster for the village.
rittxpatrlck does to Chicago J. ,C.
Fttzpatrlek, chief rate clerk In the of
fices of the Rock Island, haa gone to
Chicago to look after aome suburban
property on which he has an option. Be
fore his return, he will go to Milwaukee,
where for several days he will be the
guest of James Qulnn of the Planklngton
Verdict for Bailroad A verdict was
r turned In the United Estates district
court in favor of the Chicago, St. Paul,
Minneapolis & Omaha railroad In the suit
brought against it by John Lothrop for
$.",000 to compensate him for being; ejected
from one of the road's stations, which, he
alleged, caused him permanent Illness
throuKh the exposure he experienced.
Two Divorces Granted Divorce de
crees have been granted in district court
to Christina from Gust Palmer, and to
Genevieve from John F. llurley. 'The
husband defaulted In each case, by fail
ing to appear and defend the artlon. In
the first case the wife was granted a
piece of property an lieu of alimony, and
In the aecend the wife received an allow
ance of $300 permanent alimony.
Auction Unclaimed Baggage Under
the supervision of General Baggage Agent
Alley, tho Union Pacific haa commenced
Its annual sala of unclaimed baggage.
The first sale was held Wednesday night
and waa attended by men, women and
children. One hundred and ninety-eight
pieces of baggage were sold, auctioned off
at the rate of one piece per minute. The
sale will continue tonight.
Hew Commercial Club Members
Seven new members have Juat been
elected to membership In the Commercial
club. Among them Is W. Ft. Burbank,
the manager of the new Fontenelle hotel.
Jle has only recently established head
quarters In Omaha. The new members
just elected are E. A. Dworak, James P.
Hackett, R. P. Hamilton, J. W. Schopp.
J W. Welngarten. W. R. Burbank and
C. B. Erb.
Army Recruits Large Humber The
Omaha army recruiting station reports
tho enlistment of seventeen men for Fort
Logan, Colo.. Wednesday. This la the
largest number enrolled for a single day
In a number of years. The station has
already broken the yeur'a record for the
first half of October by recruiting thirty
eeven men. tsargent Hanson expects to
break several more rwords before the
month la up. , )
Must Xsts Animals on Farm Fol
lowing the petition of Mrs. Mary Lillian
Klstlnr for divorce from Benjamin F.,
Putrid Judge A. L. Sutton has Issued a
temporary order, restraining the husband
frota collecting wages due his minor
daughter, Irene, and from taking away
any of the animals now on the family
farm In Douglas county. Hearing on the
divorce petition is set for October 24. Mra
Kinder asks fur the custody of several
will prevent the little Illness of today
from becoming" the big sicltness of
tomorrow and after. For troubles of
the digestive organs you can rely on
Sold evarrwaare. la Was, life Ms.
LUXUS MERCANTILE CO.,
PLoae Douglas lass ana bars a case
SHIPS TO FLEE IN
Inhabitant of Ostend LeaTing as
Fast as Vessels Provided to
Carry Them to England.
WOUNDED MEN LINE THE DOCKS
Thoae Itlth Baaaas;. Will JT.t Re
Indared Lrare It Reklad.
aylaar It la Brery
OSTEND. Oct. 15, (via London).
Oct. 15. Ostend's fste hanfts In the
balance. The government has left.
King Albert and the main military
quarters left Tuesday and 60,000
panic-stricken people await the
coming of the Germane, who are
known to have a strong force within
twenty miles of the city.
The inhabitants are fleeing as
fast as ships can be provided to carry
them to England. Hospitals were
emptied today and the docks were
lined with Injured soldiers. Hun
dreds were carried on litters, while
those lees severely wounded hobbled
on ranes and crutches, supported by
Red Cross nurses, doctors, nuns and
Woanded Have Preference.
The wounded were given preference on
the transports provided for the be
leaguered city, while ,0"0 struggling peo
ple were massed upon the docks and
terminals, attempting to find places on
the refugee ships. A German taube flea
over the harbor and struck terror to those
below, many of whom had come here from
Antwerp and who feared the airships
might drop bombs on the docks and on
the great glass sheds which covered the
railway and steamer terminals.
The Belgians guarding the docks noened
fire on the alruhtps and continued the
fusillade for ten minutes. This created
still greater consternation among the
thousands of women and children, many
of whom had sat for three day's or the
cement floor of the great terminal sheds,
their nerves at the breaking point.
Escape Tat Off.
Escape Is cut off from all aides by
land, and thousands were still gathered
miserably on the docks whso the laat re
lief ship left late this afternoon. No
steamers leave Ostend at night because
of danger from mines, Still the ctowds
await on the piers, awaiting the dawn
and more ships. Even the refugees who
managed to find deck apace on the
crowded transports were not relieved of
the terrible strain under which they have
been laboring, for the watchful taube
flew over the steamers, observing their
movements as they sailed out of the har
bor. The aeroplane did aot drop bombs, how
ever, ss one had on previous days when
both civil and military hospitals were
so narrowly mlased by exploding shells
that the Belgians charged that the Ger
mans were aiming at the hospitals,
Might One at Terror.
Last night was one of terror to the resi
dents of Ostend and the thousands of
refugees fleeing before the Gorman in
vaejon. Wounded soldiers were brought
here by the score from Ghent. It Is re
ported that they , were engaged Monday
near Ghent In a serious battle with the
Germans. The allied are said to have
had a small force against a large German
force and Were obliged to withdraw to
ward the west Consequently there Is
virtually no obstacle to the German ad
vance on Oatend.
Firing In the direction of .Ghent was
heard plainly In Ostend on Monday and
Tuesday. The terrified refugees who were
at the siege of Antwerp blancned as they
listened to the bombardment and In
creased the fear among the residents of
Ostend by describing the horrors attend
ing the fall of that fortress.
Jala Waiting: Tbroag.
Most of the business houses In Ostend
closed yesterday and professional men,
merchants and hotelkeepers joined the
throng that dared not leave the wster
front for fear of losing places In the
ever-growing line of men, wnm-o and
children, clamoring for a chance to es
All taxlcabs and cab-horses were taken
by the army long ago, so there was .little
means of communication. The tram cars
were commandeered by the hospitals and
civilians had little chance to 'ride. The)
hotels near the quay which remained 1
open were crowded with refugees who;
had money and who begged for the op-,
portunlty to rent even a chair.
The same surgeon said that in his :
opinion the entire Belgian army should j
have six weeks' respite to recover from i
the shock pf Hs constant service under j
unprecedented hardships. The American )
consul, Henry A. Johnston, has the af- j
fairs of the allies under his care and Is
on the docks day and night assisting
his charges. Americans are not numerous 1
at Ostend, but a few have been coming '
In , dally from Antwerp, Ghent and I
Bruges. The British consul left Ostend
several 'days ago, the consuls represent- .
Ing the other allies accompanying him.
Tuesday night brought Insistent reports j
that the Germans would enter Ostend
on Wednesday at dawn with the result
that few persons In the city slept Before j
daybreak every street of Oatend was
alive with Belgians making their way to
the water front
Leave la Flsalasj Boats.
Hundreds of fishermen took their fami
lies and friends away In their small boats,
which sailed out of the shipping basin
In a steady stream loaded down with
frightened women and children carrying
their personal effects wrapped In table
cloths and blanket.
The failure of the Germans to arrive
at daybreak afforded only a light relief
to the anxious crowds. Rumors were
current that German cavalry was less
than twenty miles awsy and the appear
ance of the taube In the sky was taken
as an Indication that the Germans were
perfecting their plan for entering the
Practically no government of any sort
remains at Ostend; the departure of King
Albert and military headquarters left
only the civil guard and policemen who
are attempting- to preserve order, but
there is lack of direction, as the burgo
master, head of the municipal govern
ment, haa also left.
The crowds mass about the gangways
of the vessels, making the work of em
barking the refugees more difficult
Women and children are trampled la the
stampede, as of frightened animals at
every rumor. Bundles of clothes, trunks
and bags are stacked everywhere Id con
ftttun, preventing the free movements of
"Women and children first" is the
announcement the ship officers make la j
riemmtah and Trench as the gencway
are lowered. This rule haa been enforced
for several days but with the greatest
J effort; women cling to their husbands
; snd other male relatives, defiantly block
j Ing the sangways. All attempts to pur-
suade the refugee to drop their bundles
and hasten aboard the boats are unavail
ing. "It Is all we have left" was the pitiful
reply of an aged. Infirm woman stagger
big under heavy baggage
Knt th Same Oatead.
gsy Atlantic city of Belgium which form
! erly attracted most of the fashionable
pleasure eeekera of the world. The ahut
ters are closed on the great hotels facing
the splendid bathing beach where rich
and poor alike, residents of Ostend and
refugees of all classes from the Interior
of Belgium, are huddled together. Hut
there are cars which afford comparative
comfort to many of the women and chil
dren whose only food for days haa been
bread and coffee provided by the commit
tees which are attempting to keep down
the hunger of the people in spite of the
fact that all of the ordinary activities
have been sust ended. Now, even bread is
becoming very scarce.
The relief boats to Folkestone are so
crowded and hurried that they have little
time to consider the question of meals
and frequently they are unable to offer
even a cold lunch to the refugees crowded
Into every available Inch of deckspace,
Attentloa Shows Woaaded.
Marked attention is shown the wounded
soldiers by the refugees who father
about the litters on the docks and on
shlpbaard. offering cigarettes, chocolate
and other delicacies which the almost
empty lunch baskets afford.
Many of the soldiers speak only Flem
mtsh, while their nurses know only. Eng
lish or French, and must rely on refu
gees who understand all three languages
to make known the wants of the suffer
ers. Little children often bridge the lan
guage chasm and with rare sympathy as
sist the nurses.
Belgian, English and French soldiers
alike have endured such hardships dur
ing the recent campaign that the uul
forms of the wounded soldiers sre In
tatters. This la especially true of the Bel
gians, whose once bright red and blue
uniforms sre now faded and In shreds
as unkempt In appearance as their un
shaven fa cos,
Ualforasa la Rasa,
, "My poor Belgian boys have such dis
reputable looking uniforms when they
come to me," a Red Crose surgeon re
marked, "that 1 try to get some sort of
civilian clothes for them to tone them up.
Of course we cannot get new uniforms
now, but the poor chape are disheartened
enough by their Injuries without hsving
to hobble about In rags."
Peraoaa rushed Off Docks.
Rains last night and today Intensified
the sufferings of the crowds which were
shoved to the very edge of the pier, where
they remained without shelter In the hope
of catching the next boat. Several per
sons were pushed off the docks by the
surging masses, but all were rescued by
A dense fog last night cast further
gloom over the dimly lighted piers lined
with refugees trying to sleep. The fog
guns were kept firing to wara fishing
boats oft the reefs. Every report startled
the fugitives, who were ready to believe
that the expected raid of the Germans
A Red Cross doctor, provided with a
motor ambulance and assisted by boy
scouts, has been working without cessa
tion on the docks caring for tbe sick
and exhausted. Several children have
broken their arms by falling over tbe
Hysteria Among; Women.
Constant rails are made for st tend
ance upon women who faint through
sheer exhaustion or fright Frequently
hysteria seises some women and at once
spreads, especially among the older
No Headache or
When your head aches you simply
must have relief or you will go wild.
It's needless to suffer when you can
take a remedy like Dr. James' Head
ache Powders and relieve the pain and
neuralgia at once. Send someone to
the drug store now for a dime package
of Dr. James' Headache Powders.
Don't suffer. In'aifew moments you
will fell fine headache gone no more
neuralgia pain.- Advertisement.
A mi n mi nicemmeiiit
Of Coming Events of
Interest to You -
A Ode o!
Opening of the
Sale ol Blannkets
at 33i to 60
Bee Friday evening and 8 en day
morning papers for peu-Uculern.
women, who be neve (hat the arrival of
the Oerinaae would mean the end of
themsetves snd their fsmlHee.
Among the wounded Belgians were sev
eral good slneers. who relieved the strain
of the situation Tueoday night with folk
", In which s great rhorus Joined.
One young chap, whose knee was badly
wounded. In a recent engagement, proved
an excellent yodler snd smused the steep-
less crowd which gathered shout his lit
ter alth Tyrolean airs that railed forth
great aprlaiiso, In marke.1 contrast to tle
walls and moaning of the nerve-racked
Bee reader are too InteUtrent In over
look) the opportunities In the "want ad"
eolumtia They r wort;, while reading.
IN LEGAL MACHINERY
nnOAUO, Oct. U The 'sppalllntf
conditions" which Judge I'etlt found tn
tbe Wwn machinery of this rltv re
Suited today In the sdoptlon of some new
rules by the Jud.-. Thief smong.the
changes la provision for continuous sit
ting of the grant Jury.
. i! .J!
It tlitsri Ie Ike Work.
"T like Chamberlain's Cough Ramady
better than any other" writes R. It
Robert. Homer City. Pa. "1 hsvs taken
It off and on ti years snd It haa sever
failed to give the desired results." For
sale by all dealers. Advertisement.
3tor Hours 8:30 A. ft to 6 P. Ft Saturday till 9 P. It-
Thursday, October Ift, 1914.
NTOItR NEWS toil KHIDAV
Sixteenth and Harney.
Wml IDREgjg) (GOOPg in Dress or Suit Lengths, Worth
to $1.80 Yanl 'Friday the Pattern, 2.4 and 4.
IpiIK offering .noludea French nerfle, granite cloths, storm Mrffr gaberdine, epringles and mixed suitings in oil tho
new effects In the beet and most favored all wool materials. Materials sre rf A E3 11 a! 0Dk Tl
worth to $1 .50 and offered to you In lentth. for dresses and suits at Sj))itQ) Tffltfll )KO'
This SOLID OAK ROCKED,
mstratcdl Hero, Very
JSJASSIVE in construc
tion, mnde of solid oak
in fumed and golden finish,
wood seat with heavy panel
back. Very substantially
built and makes a very at
tractive piece of furniture
for the living room. Exactly
as illustrated, Friday, $3.75
Mother i This Is "BABY WEEK"
Do Sure to Coma and Bring All the Little Folks
THAIXKH M HNK TAKKH CAKE OF CHILDREN.
CI,AIT3HBN. a trained nure, will aire you
helpful Information on how to dress the little
onen. Her exrert services are free to every mother
that vlNit our Infanta' wear section this week.
Vanta Vests, Bands and Vestments
Come and learn the sdvantaaee or dreaalns; baby
In Vanta sarments, without a pin or button, Home of
the spevlal feature
FRIDAY SALE OF MOTIONS
stocking feet, Sanitary belts. Asbestos iron Hickory hose
P,r & each .... 13c holders at fie supporters for
Girdle founda- Lingerie tape. Carpet thread, women and
tlons, all sixes, S yards with ,DOl Bc children, per
each..,. 10c bodkin, all col- Bone button Pjjr .. . . lfc
iS-ftS tfrtta r,'bOU--8C -ou.ds.do.8c KriUSVan
l o u ndatlons. Coat hangers, Cotton tape, tary aprons.
all sues.. 69c each Be 10-yd. bolt Be ea, each. . aBc
nrreas-iraaa Oo. Mala Floor.
A wta Oaeeetaff Contest Bolla OoM mtaf rrlse.
Mothere vlnlttna the department this weeN may
enter the free Twin Uueln Conteat. Kach mother
making a currert guene win be stven a rnilM sold
ring to fit her babv, free.
Thoae not winning- will be fftven a Has; Poll cut
VNTA 1UAFKH fastens with Just three twtstlees
tnpe l.ows holds up stoekliiK extra thlrknein
where needed, but free from bulklneaa that mk
baby how-lsgsed. Ask for free pattern.
Crochet COTTON 20c gpoolo 10c
CROCHET cotton, sire 70; pink, yellow, red and wistaria; fl fYiM
special, spool - UlKC
Large sixes. 18x30,
with, three skeins of
colored floss for work
ing; new designs.
Top and backs, Ilor
1 and conventional de
signs, with t skeins of
floss for working.
On hardangen, cro
chet, quilt square,
etc., special Friday,
Barreee-aaaa Co Tbnrs moor.
WOMEN'S union suits, white
cotton, fleece lined, high
or Dutch neck, long or short
sleeves; irn perfections
of 60c quality, at. . . .
Boy's Underwear. 30c
"Dr. WrlghtV heavy fleece
lined shirts and drawer, sec
onds of &0c quality, at. . . ,80c
Burp; s-Wash Op Kaeeineat,
Flamela at ISc
SAMPLE lengths of 64-Inch
bluegray, khaki and brown,
all trool flannels worth up to $1
10c Outinf Flannel, 7Jc
Fancy outing flannel and
baby flannels, 10c y.
quality, Friday, yard.
Friday Forenoon, 3c
30-lnch unbleached shaker
flannel and heavy weight
bleached canton flannel, Fri
only, yard. . .
12Jc Flannels, Be
Fancy striped and figured ki
mono flannels, crepe and chsl
lles. worth llttc a B
yard, at W)L
Ginghams, 4 Vic
Fast color full standard blue
apron check ginghams In de-
Ifuslins at 8c
Bleached muslin, Sfl-lo. wide,
free from filling, Frl- .
day, the yard W
Dress Prints, 3ic
Simpson's and American prints
on the best choice lot of good
dress styles, full bolts, dj g
perfect goods, yard . . . O 72
10c Comf t Covering, 4Jc
Fancy plaid, yard wide cotton
comfort material, 10c J 1
grade, yard.' TC
121c Dreos Percales, 7Jc
Light and dark fancy figured
striped and checked yard wide
dress percales, the 7 1 n
12 He grade, yard. ... 0 72
Sheet blankets, three-quarter
and full elxe, worth up (Qv-,
to $1.25 pr, Frl., each. . ii
Eden Goth, Qc
Makes warm, serviceable sleep
ing garments. Neat stripes on
light colored grounds; Q ljjj
18c Flannels, 7Jc
Fancy printed duckling fleered
flannels, the regular 16c grade
In kimono lengths; g
yard.: .... " 2
TWILL TOWELING 8ic
10 Inches wide, extra jSl.
heavy cotton, yard U21L
Diaper cloth, 87 Inches FT I
wide, lie quality, yd. . . U 2 C
Huck and Turkish to-vels, lOo
quality, dosen, Bcs TAm
each 0 2C
A. A. barber towels, subject to
slight Imiesrfevtlons, 3I3
per doxea oOC
Bargees-sTeea Oc Baetaasor.
A Timely Me off COATi
at ..Vs. to .Va Underprice
TIMELY, Indeed, because It brings you good,
warm, serviceable) coats right at tbe begin
ning of the season and at 1-3 to 1-3 undnr the
Made of mUtures, perslanna cloth, broadcloth,
etc. Colors, black and mixtures.
918.00 TAILORED SUITS, $9.00
Latest styles, made of serges, fancy weaves and
mixtures in a spienaid selection 01 dw mij,
good range of colors; positively 55(Di
worth $15.00; Friday, choice tO'eD'O
CLOTM B1RET5E3 at $3.08 . '
Made of fine men's wear serge, with silk girdle
HESS ALINE B2&ES3E3, 58.08
Basque style, waist finished with white pique roll
collar and turn back cuffs, pleated tunic skirt,
11":. .U "?.T!8.t"u:. . . $6.98
Silk Jersey Top PETTICOATS, 91.08
Bilk Jersey top, petticoat with Bilk measallne flounre,
colors, black, navy, brown, creen, taupe, mianigni
blue, emerald and the red shades. A lot
of too to chose from; regular 14.00
Final Clean-nip Friday oiE Jewelry
S3 1L8 Barre.s-wa.aeee-
DD pieces left from our sale of a
a Imn dan a an. There Were
manv rnnn v elues left and for Friday's
selling we have made one big lot at 10c.
Included you win una many gun moiei
roat chains set witn orn
Hants, gold filled brooches
chatelaln Dins, sterling pins
. nln. enameled
pins of all kinds and many other novel
ties; values in this lot run from 25c to
$1.00; choice, at 10c.
Bargees-Bash Co. Bosoear
va I a J Btaee) w -
h brll- n.
Any TRIMMED HAT
safety pine. S
. .. . a
I for ..
rotton . .
package. .. ea
ers, pair . .7e
hair ronib. .So
chet cotton. Se
Twist, all col
ors, spool... le
K m b roldety
edsrlng, all col
ors, at ....10.
Hooks a a d
eye., card . .le
Hiss tape, 18
yard bolt. .Be
Hair nets, at S
ten, 1 cards, le
RErtWATOT OF WOOL
1 H to 1-yard lengths, serges,
batistes, mohair, cashmere, etc,
in sll shades, also big assort
ment of mixtures worth to II a
rd. Three tote
30c, 68c and 08c Each
Bars-see-Been Oo SI as meat.
(Til F WOOL, goods in a large
assortment of this season
weaves and colors; very special
ly priced for Friday, at each
01.39 snd $1.98
jiaryeae-Basa On Baeeraaaa.
80c Fancy SILKS, 28c
NB big lot of allka, Includ
ing fane foulards, plain
taffeta and plain messalineg in
a big range of styles and ool-
Bargeea-Baah Oe.- Basensejis.
60c Work Shirts, 30c
Baoement Friday, $1.98
THAT'S the way we offer you choice from this
stock, no matter what the former price may
hav been, $3.98 to $5.00, all to go at tbe same
There are scores of pretty styles
from which to make selection
trimmed In a wide variety of
pleasing ways and there Is no
doubt but you'll find just the hat you've been
looking for at $1.98 Instead of $3.98 to $5.00.
Boj-rese-Baah Co. Basemeat.
p ALL SHOKS, ir. both dron and stroot stylo,
uadeof patent, gim metal, kid and tan leath
ers, flexible welt sewed soles, button
or lace? styles, all pizes represented, 1190
reg. $3 and $3.50 value, Friday, pair. . ilf
Misses uindl Children's Shoes
Worth $2 Friday at 51.39
Remsrkable values. The leathers are patent, gun metal
and kid, button or lac. styles, sises SH to lf4 0(T
extra well made, Friday, pair V 11 . 9j5 Q
AMOSKEAU chambray shirts,
coHars attached, all stsee;
plain and blue fancy QQl.
colors, 60c valuesta t. . U CC
Two Specials High and Low
turn-down collars . attached;
blue, gray, tea and mixed ox
ford colors worth up to $1.00;
choice Friday 80c and 0c
68c Might Robes, 48c
Muslin and outing flannel robee
Friday, at 4.. ' e
Scarlet medicated shirts and
drawers, all wool, extra good
quality, garment .$1.80
If en's 10c Hose, 7Jc
Cotton hose, high spliced heel
and toe' and double sole, 10e
quality, pair THc
78c Underwear, 48c .
Heavy fleeced shirts and draw
era, the 7 6c quality, all sites.
Barg-sse-Baaa O. Basement.
520 OAK HEATERS
FRIDAY AT 913.08
UCK'S oak heaters, 16-inch
ly $20.00, for.
Sheet t r a
on sale. 91.50
all prices up
from .. 21.79
hods, like cut,
special, at 10c
Galvanised coal hods, large aixe
Friday, at 2t3
Good quality blue Iron stove
pipe, per Joint loo
Furnace sooops, Friday at SOe
arreaa-Baaa Oo.. Bae.ai.at,
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