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TO PUSH DEM PLEDGE
T" r . v - tt - in r : :
cuur iuciuorri ovc wiin iuajurivj
in House and Court Bill
MAY BE FIGHT IN SENATE
fFrom h St'' rnriccrx'niU'nt.)
UNCOLN, March 10. (Special.) With
ino vote lo rpaie. the I.anlt'Hn bill, for
a constitutional nmcnilmmt o rlr-rt su
preme court 1ii.1k-- by distrlrts. nasseri
the house WediH'Silsy forenoon by th:
Herons ry three-fifths majority. The affir
mative vote wan fil and the waslive. ?t.
Another democrat Ir plattorm pledge Hf
thus redeemed by the house.
Every democrat In the chamber cast hi'
vote for the bill. I loupe Roll 2."2. and
four republlrans also supported It. They
were. Messrs. Ormibers (Douclaa). Knits,
J'srklnson and Woodlmrst.
Without thew four rerAihllcana' volea
the bill would have lacked three vote
of the necessary majority to aubmlt .1
constitution amendment. However. If
all the democrats had been present. thsy
would have had just enough votes to put
it through without republican assistance.
Of the eight absentees, three were demo
crat and five republicans.
The Lanlgan bill now goes to the sen
ate, where the democrats lack one of
having three-flftha majority. In that
chamber It must secure one or more re
publican votes In order to pass
Charge of Attempted
Bribery in Will Case
HASTINGS, Ke., March 10.-(Speclal
Tvwlv. in rebuttal In the
O Connor will caae, John T. Culavin made
jeneral denial of the charge of attempted
bribery made against him yesterday by
W. r. Davis, wltneaa for conteaUnta. He
asserted he had several brief conversa
tion with Davis and had asked him to
look up aome avldence for him, but had
offered him no money and had not aaked
him to sign a will a wltneaa.
Culllvan protfuced an assignment given
by Rudolph and John Olson, aUeged sons
of O'Connor, of their interest In the
O'Connor estate, a half internal having
been assigned previously to Nelson It
Tunnlcllff. They were to receive $i000.
payable In ten Installment.
Cullvan said Davis onoa asked him the
date of the death of one of the witnesses
to the will in controversy. He said he
gave Davis the wrong date purposely be
cause ha had surmised there was a
frameup against him and he wanted to
"give the bunch a bum steer."
MINNESOTA TAKES AWAY
RTASON CTTT. Ia.. March Ift-KSpeclal
Telegram.) Minnesota carried away the
sweepstakes In the national buttermakers'
contest, the location of the 1916 conven
tion and elected the president of the na
tional association, all In today's proceed
ings of the National Buttermakers' as
sociation. B. O. Oman Is the best buttermaker In
the United States, according to the scor
ing and President Wilson wlU feast upon
a tub of his butter.
Warm words passed today between B.
D. White of Milwaukee and W. B. Wright
of . Iowa over neutralisation of cream.
White fighting- against It, Wright for It.
A resolution was offered favoring the
passage of a federal law compelling those
who made butter from neutralised cream
to no label ft and be compelled to pay a
tax on i. the same as process butter
makers are doing. The resolution carried.
J. J. FarreU of Minnesota was elected
president, J. C. Joslyn of Iowa vice pres
ident and H. W. Meyers of Wisconsin
secretary-treasurer. Minneapolis will be
the next convention dtv.
ciiPFRIOR BANK CASE
TO THE SUPREME COURT
' lSCOUX. March 10.-8psela1 Tele-rram.)-Another
of the cases growing out
of the failure of the First National bank
of Superior came to the supreme court
today. It Is the suit of the National Bank
of Commerce of Lincoln against Boese
meyer Bros, of Superior on five bills of
exchange drawn payable to the Superior
bank by the defendants and held by the
plaintiff bank as endorsee.
The total of the Mil amounts to over
The lower court upheld the contention
of the defendant that they were entitled
to rescind the bills and collect their debt
on their own Initiative after they had
discovered that the Superior bank was
Insolvent, and that the directors of the
same had fraudulently received the bWH
when they knew that the bank was in
solvent. The bills had been sent to the Lincoln
book for purposes of collection, and by
the Lincoln bank credited to the Su
perior hank. The defendants selected
their debts from the drawees, cartaln
New Mexico firms.
Police Chief Gave
Him Guns to Put
Into G.O. P. Pockets
INDIANAPOLIS, tn.l.. March 10.
"laiide H. Patton, one of the eighty
eight men who pleailed guilty to federal
Indictments chargrins them with con
spiracy to corrupt the elections' at Terre
Haute last November testifying todny In
the trial tf the twenty-eight defendants
In the election cava, said that while he
never t:ad directly bought a vote, he ha-1
told a number of men that he hoped they
wouH vote a certain way. When these
men returned from the polla ami assured
him thry had voted in accordance wit.
his hopes, he aave them money some of
them as much as V, each he sai.l. pat
ion testified he was given $1' at th
democratic headquarter the night he
IOWA TAKES JJARE OF GUARD
Senate Pane. Bill that Will Com
pletely Reorganise Militia of
the Hawheye State.
DAY FOR NEW BILLS
' . m t i.... Hi. I.. I. ).... !' M...1....k...
ueoVr to appoint eld soldiers to th's po- j Annuities.
It Ion. and the f t lint a ihiue hs
been able to dominate affairs at the stale
house, no effci'the management of the
state property Is possible under the prcs
ent system. The Mil If passed would
solve) the problem of what to do with the
present custodian and leave matters Ir.
better shape for the future.
ar They Wnatd Re Oat of llnalneaa.
The maker of Ice rream In the Mate
ip eared before a committee an I de
Intemlcnt ol cemeteries In Terre Haute.
He testified that he worked In a room
In the rlty hall two days before the rrgla
tration day last October, filling out ap-
to Indicate to the Jury that the s'ayer
of Mantord White was of sound mind
at the time of his eorape. Although none
ef the witnesses as asked directly
whether he considered Thaw sane, each
was questioned closely shout Thaw's per
sonal appearance, his manner of discuss
ing current topics and of occupying Ma
spar momenta. j
The witnesses, most of them employes j LAST
si tne nospKai. agrees mat Thaw was .
always peetly dressed: that he never was
violent, and that he read I many tent rrvnm Staff Correspondent
k . 1. . j . . . j . . . 1 . . . a , Ju..l.l 1
Ul""7 v" '' su-jecis arm current j rBs MOINF-S. la. Marcn dared that If pending bills affecting thelt
n("''- TlegTam -The state senate today passed mi8ln,(,, re ,,,,,, tnev w, pu, ,
... .....v - lv "'"'V'"' a bill which win sei a man mr - f t,U(lno , jown. xtlB prln(pal bill
Iowa National Ouard. It would ron'" 1 1 one which Is to require, that where the
J pletely reorganise the guard snd place pi.,Mill(., of R homogenUer Is used in thr
1 It on a regular ry lth on" hnt' making of h e cream Instead of cream
: talion of infantry, mrce or milk the tact shall Ih advertised much
ore squadron of cavalry: sl hoPi'"i ( tn, ,,me u ,he of i,nmrgarim Is
mpany. ambulance company and men-now ma(lr rhu,.. it i, contended that
ca company. This would place io in "i,he owa u.p ,.rern factorlea aro unable
. . . . . 1 I llnm. I
military division wiin invnn.. , to .(.utv a sufficient supply of cream 1
seta snd the Pakotas. 'at certain seasons of the year to make
laane. jiieir proiuct. and tney are driven to the
passage oc- necessity of using a low grade of butter
to be worked over in the homogcnlscr to
warden the r.eforroatory.
Preenian To provlds bounty of on
Kne and Klml'erly Extending time for
the Moin law to go Into full operation.
Hall -Italslna age of consent to 1 years.
Slaunlit- ro tiling no divnrca shall he
granted unless ixiriy securing has llred
1 in low n ono year.
Moore-AnthorlsIng divorce from petson
Irfane flvi years.
BUILD BIG TABERNACLE
FOR REVIVAL MEETINGS
rase late today.
Callaway Dug Out
Of Deep Snowdrifts j;r;
CAt.LAWAV Nel.. March in.-iFpe-
clfll ) Afler bnloa- llhnut . Im nf a n v
Patton was formerly assistant super- H,,,i .... ti,.,i... 1... - 1. n.
rotary hrow plow, .issisted by two buae
engines, clear the Kearney & PI
Tam Payments tn
A decidedly imeresima
a -k I crred In the state senate today betweev
... . 1 k.nk.r members as to who
Hills line today, reaching Callaway about farmer and banker members as
the middle nf the fl-rnn,.- Cullx.v 1. -... lav dodscr. TViTan
plication blanks from cards supplied him j ha had no mall, express or freight serv- tort .ix(r worth ot land In Poone and
by Kdward Holler, then chief of rollce. j for K wek Ull pMpl, .r una-! ,'njolnlng counties, had been denouncing
ware or what Is' going on 1n the outside the bankers as tax dodgers, wnen
world. Many farmers reached town to- f Shenandoah came back at him with a
day for the first time in a week. The ' -'....,., aa to Poran's tax payments.
.hn..nr that If he paid taxes en
property like thst which Is paid on equal
and Harry Foreheck. He said he knew
Mayor rioherts of Terre Haute, one of
the defendanta, and on the last day hi
copied applictions told Hoberts what ho
He also testified that on election day
he called on Roberts and told him that
h "wasn't able to put anything over In
Precinct C of the Fifth ward, u the re
publicans were too well organized there."
Roberts, he said, told him to go to
Holier "nd get something to put In their
(the republicans) iockef snd have them
arrested for carrying concealed weapons.
He said Holler gave him three revolvers,
one of which was exhibited in court, but
the scheme failed, as James Kennedy, the
election sheriff refused to handle the
weapons. He said Roberts told him the
"bunch In your precinct are quitters.'
snow Is about two feet deep and Is some
what drifted, making the roads almost
Impassable. It Is thawing today.
FAIRBURY BUSINESS MEN
.mount of moneys and credits he would
have to pay nesrly $1,000 more each year.
Kleod of w
. tiiiia. A loxai
, ,iay for inttoaucuon
of eighty-two was mtrooucru. -....
re a-enersl Introduction ot
Telegram.) A mass meeting of the tsx-, ' .,,,,, ,..iv were also put In In
nFf!inF Tfl PllVF STRFCTC I The ..-ord wss broken In the house ,0-
FAinPURY. Neb.. March in. t Special ,
With Grain Cargo is
Sunk byPrinz Eitel
NEWPORT NEWS, March lO.-The
captain of the American Mailing ship
William P. Frye and his wife also are
said to be on board the Prlnx Eitel. The,
Frye. commanded by Captain Klelne,
sailed from Seattle November for
Queenstown and he not been reported
since It passed Tatoosh, Wash., the fol
While details are lacking, it is said the
Frye, which carried grain, was one of the
ships sent to the bottom by the Prlns
Eitel Frledrlch. With Captain Klelne
and his wife are other members of the
Surgeon Knoneck of the Eitel told Cus
tom Collector Hamilton that the Frye
was sunk In the South Atlantic on Janu
ary 27. after the Eitel had taken off Cap
tain Klehne, hi family and all the crew.
pa vera of Falrbury was held Jn the Jcf
firson county court room last night to
discuss the matter of paving the streets
of Falrbury. President Cliff CrooVts of
! the Commercial club presided snd 'ntm
idi'ced Mr. Standeven of Omaha and
I Oeorge Able of I4neoln, two authorities i
timated coat of paving.
It was unanimously decided ti pave the ' .i.,,tlon In thst county.
streets and a committee, comprising E. , -H .vilcn a long time resident of the
W. Mason, president of the city council, j (.lU1nly. now in California, has proP00
Mayor Frsnk Houstan. Dr. Hesth. Lester ' i Klvc an eighty-acre farm within the
hills. About twcni.v
MA for rl"'s m
committee of the K",n
cooirt.r.itlon to a bill that would permit
any county of the state to give aid for
.,.i,,.l aehool or farm school
within its border by a tax voted for
.support. The Mil is ny fnni.., -
HlaCihawk county and wouia v-
Ih- used for Ice cream.
Daarterlr t'onferenee tn dp Held.
The quarterly conference of the heads
of tho atate Institutions will he held, com
mencing March IR, with the following
papers on the program:
"The Hlu tier Tvnea of I he
his Minded." tieorge MosrldKe, suierliitend-
ent Institution for l'rehle-.Mindcd fhli
dren. I lion wood.
l'rug Addiction." Oeorge Ponohoe. su
perintendent Cherokee Htnle hospital
I lie tTlson S4 I100I. r.. A. t romcr.
suoTlntcndcnt of schools, the Reforms.
What Are We IViing for Our Insani
In Iowa, and Wlint .More Can We Ik?"
C. K. Applcgale. supcrlnlriideiit Mount
Pleasant StKte liospitHl.
"The Prophylaxis ol Typhoid Fever and
Spei t.il Measures Ao;iti-,t to Control Kpt
demlcs at the Clarludu State lioHpiial,'
J. c. ohlniHchcr. first n.-slslnnt pli.VHlcliin
Clarlnda Slate hospltnl.
The t enses of IiihhiiIIv. P. H. Iliittev,
third assistant phyiilclmi Independence
The I e and Abuse of IHsctpllne. c.
I AIIMU'UV, Neh.. March 10. (HpeelHl
Telegram. -A force of men began work
on Falrbury" new HOW tabernacle thin
morning. The building will be erected on
the empty block north of the Malestlc
theater and will be used for the union
revival meetings, to he held In Falrbury.
March 2S to April 21. Four Protestant
churches of Falrbury will uae this taber
nacle and Kvangellst liwrey will have
charge of the meetings. Public contribu
tions will build the tabernacle. This t
the first extensive revival meeting In
Falrbury since 1V.
Chllders and Glen Isroy, wss appointed
to circulate petitions among property
owners and get the required signers
Thaw WiU Tell
Story of His Escape
NEW YORK. March 10. Harry K.
Thaw will take the witness stand In his
own behalf In hi trial with five 00
defendant, charged with conspiracy, ac
cording to the announcement made by
his attorney today. He will tell the
story of his escape from Matteawan, they
eald. In this way, they believe he will
materially aid the right they art making
to establish Ullr sanity.
Each of the witnesses placed upon the
stand today by the atate upon cross-ex
amination was asked questions designed
CONCERTED MOVE ON FOOT
TO PASS ROAD MEASURES
fFrom a Waff Correspondent.')
LINCOLN. March 10. (Special.) An ef
fort will be made In the legislature to
mska the various road bills a special or
der of business for some certain time this
week to enable the roads committees of
the two houses to get together on all
Conflicting bills wtTl be weeded out and
the different measures made uniform.
A motion to thl effect was made this
morning In the senate by Hprlnk of Sa
line. The motion prevailed.
.lew. ltotea front Or.
fRD, Neb., March 10,-(Ppeclal.V-Traln
service was again resumed on both the
Burlington and Union Paetfrs. after hav
ing been annulled for over four days on
account of the recent heavy snowfall.
The First Christian church Is holding
special meetings this week and will likely
continue them for another week If the
attendance Is good. Messr. Day nd
Winter, under the direction of Psstor
Bullock, are conducting the services.
Interest over the coming spring elec
tion i growing daily. For the Isst two
year there has been but one ticket, the
clttsen. In the field, but at a meeting
heid last Friday night It was decided to
hold another caucus and put a dry ticket
In the running.
n-,!.. Waterloo to ne uaeu -...,
...!. fnr an agricultural school, and he
will also endow It If the county makes
provision for Us care. Unless the bill Is
pasned Ihe county Is not In a condition
to accept the offer.
Worthless FlanU Check mil.
Members pre beginning to hear from
their constituents on the bill which
naased the senate In the Interest of hotel
men and banks relating to the pssslng
of worthless checks. There Is some fear
that the bill may be too drastic and place
too much power in the hands of the per
sons Interested. It provide that "any
nerson. who with Intent to defraud, and
who receives money, credit or anything
of value therefor, shall make, draiw, de
liver, utter or give any check, draft or
written order upon any bank, person or
mniaUnti. and shall not have credit
or funds to nwet the same," shall be
miitv of a misdemeanor. It Is further
provided that "the fact that payment of
said check, draft or written order when
presented in the usual course of business
shsll be refused by the bank, person or
conoiatkn upon which It Is arawn, or
that it te protested for nonpayment for
lack of such credit or funds wttn wrucn
roeet the name shall be competent and
material avldence in a proeacutlon under
Wld Awoltab OwatodUn,
Kan a tor Savage of the eommlttea on
retrenchment and reform has a bill to
abolish the office of custodian of the
r.oltol and to Piece the direction and
iranagement of the stats property tinder
.... .!..... MnL ex-offlclo. This is
because cf the faet that owrln to the
TRAIN STALLED NEAR
AMHERST THREE DAYS
KEARNEY. Neh.. March 10. (Special.)
Train service on the Kearney snd Black
Feeble-1 Hill branch of the 1'nlon Pacific has
come to a standstill and It la double I
whether another train can he run for
sevrral days. After being stalled in
drifts near Amherst last week for three
days, the train was finally gotten out
with tho aid of five engines and two ro
tary snow plows. The drifts were th
wnrst encountered In years and the rail
road company Is hsvlng a difficult time
In getting service restored on the branch.
SEALING STEAMER ERIK
IS FAST IN THE ICE
ST. JOHNS, N. r., March 10 Th- vire
esa operator snd ten men of thi sail ,
steamer Erik, esught tn the Ice off l.nv
Dulls, fifteen mlha south of hrr imc
ashore over the tlee today, hsvinrt cft
their ship last night. No later word In
been received ftom tve Erik, rvhl- i I r s
about li men on board. Earlier recoil
were that the Erik had escaped from tl.'j
Ice with three other sealers.
fttremathena More Bark.
Take six drops of Sloan's IJnlment four
times a day and apply to small of hack.
It kills the pain. Kc. All druggists. Advertisement.
NORTH REND. Neb., March 1" ".Spe
cial) The marriage of Mrs. Pearle 1..
MoCIuhan and Mr. Ralph V. Lunsn lock
place this afternoon at the fnlted Tie
byterian rhorcli. Rev. Mr. Davidson of
ficiating. The attendants were Mis
Mabel rummtr.sa of St. Eiiward. Neh.;
Frank Lumtn of Tarklo. Mo.: Miss Mn
Kemper of North Rend and Jnhu Chr'.s
tensen of C'olu-nhus. Neh. Little Ktnlr.e
Hiverflrld carried the ring In the hemt
of a Illy.
Miss tlladvs Ilaverfleid sang the p-o-reremonlal
love song "I . Ixive V0.1
Truly." and Miss Fowler played Men
delssohn's wedding merch. Fifty guet
attended A reception was held at tho
Mcduhan nome. followed by a luncheon.
Mr. and Mis. l.unan wIM be at home or
the Lunan farm after April I. Oul-or-own
gecsts were Mr. snd Mrs. Fred Mi
Vlcker of Renson Nb. ; Fred Md'luhan
of Fritter, Neh Frank Iinan of Tarklo.
Mo.: Mr. and Mrs. Tnmca Ferguson of
Sirihner, Neb.: Mr. and Mrs. Chsilfi
Haverfleld of Ames; Miss Mabel Cum.
mines of St. E-1ward and John Christ en
sen of Columbus.
Wife of fllrrell Dies.
LONTXIN. March 10 Mrs. August 'lit.
Plrrell, wife of the chief secretary for
Ireland, died 'today.
Read The Hee's "Business Chsncej"
get Into your own business.
FURNAS COURT POSTPONED
BECAUSE OF SNOW DRIFTS
BRWER CITY, Neb.. March 10 (Spe
cial.) On account of the condition of the
roads'which are drifted full of snow in
the rural district. Judge E. B. Perry
yesterday dismissed the Jury which had
been summoned for district court and sn
adjourned term will be held in April. It
is Impossible for jurymen, litigants and
witnesses to get to town.
Bl Poaltry Kariu for Kearne.
KEARNEY, Neb., March 10. (Special )
-What probably will bo one of the. larg
est poultry plants in the central Wert
will be established west of Kearney
within the next few months. The plant
will be laid out on the H. D. Watson
l.a acres, Just outside of the city lim
it, aa expert poultryman being In charge
of the same with several assistants.
Poultry Judge Krle Smiley of Beaver
Crossing, a young man of note In the
poultry circles of the central west, will
have charge of the farm. All varieties
of poultry will he handled.
I - -
Why So ) Feel Tire 4.
"Spring fever'1 usuajly l the result of
sluggish bowels and torpid liver. After
months indoors, you sre not likely to
feel vigorous and sprightly. Foley Ca
thartic Tablets are "worth their weight
in gold" for that over-full feeling, bilious
ness, gas on the stomach, bad breath.
Indigestion or constipation. Their action
j quirk, comfortable snd complete
without nausea or griping. Stout people
say they are a blearing. Sold svery
SBB I a aj - SBBa - jssjbs-
Drugs Are Harmful!
If a coffee drinker, have you stopped to think that, with every cup of coffee, yon
are taking from two to three grains of caffeine, a 6low, but powerful, drug!
According to medical authorities, caffeine is a cause of nervousness, heart trou
ble, indigestion, constipation and other ailments. It's a cumulative drug, and what's
more, a habit-forming drug.
Sometime, when the coffee-drug gets in its licks, you'll realize the harm it does;
but wouldn't it be better to avoid trouble stop coffee now and use'Postum.
It is a pure food-drink, made from selected wheat and a little wholesome ino
laHses, carefully roanted, ground and skillfully blended. This gives a snappy taste
much like that rich, old Java, but Pontum is absolutely free from caffeine, or any
other harmful ingredient.
Postum comes in two forms: Postum Cereal requires boiling 15c and 26c
Instant Postum a soluble form no boiling required made instantly in the cup
with hot water iiOc and 50e tins. ,
The difference is only in the form. Both londs are equally wholesome and deli
cious and the coht per cup i about the same. Be sure to ask for the kind you want.
i There's a Reason" for
Bold by Grocer everywhere.
fruit "nd nut cen
ters. KeKular 4ic
grade, pound.. 25c
' ' "
J w vani i a " . nam amiin.i naum mi n y miiinnij
rhon orders and
mall orderi al
prompt and effici
Women Who Wish to
Possible $25.00 Suit
FASHIONSEAL Suits are
equal to regular 135 and
M FASHIONSEAL Suits sold
only by this store; no one
else has them.
Get the Greatest
Value Will Buy
FASHIONSEAL Suits are
copies of foreign and
higher priced models.
FASHIONSEAL Suits for
spring now are shown in
Every Fashionseal Suit is correctly fash
ioned in every detail; the workmanship is
perfect; the best of linings only are used;
every mode is in every way consistent with
the season in which it is produced.
This S pring's Fashionseals
are offered eltber in the plain tailored style that erery season seems to
approve or In the Jaunty plaited or pointed coat style that will be
much In evidence as the spring neaeon advances. With the latter the
skirt with plaits or the full-flared ft ores are much la evidence and give
an added charm to the general ensemble. They are very smart, seeming
to strike a happy note In atyledom and developing a new characteristic
unlike those of the seasons that are past.
Shade Range Is Complete
-Sand. Putty, Battleship Gray, Belgian Blue
and Navy as well as the very smart checks and
fancy mixtures, predominating and of course, black
truly a most versatile array of spring colors.
Q $LOUSES of Georgette Crepe Sound
D the Higher Notes of Popularity
n jr. v. i - a -a
HESE beautiful, filmy blouses, fashion's htest decree, tre well deservinr the hlrh favor in
Georgette Crepe is one of the most beautiful materials for serine and
!l .!tt A .. W
I which thev stand
summer wear, and very practical, too, for it will launder perfectly
Georgette Crepe Blouses are showing now in: Kile Green.
Maize. Sand, Flesh. Dattleship Gray and Belgian Blue
Very new Two-in-one and Three-in-one collars a new spring fancy.
U styles to select from, all new and very, very smart in spring's most lovely
.l.. 99 OQ tr tft QH ftnrl irvrth mnnp At in nev t in n iff 7 m it fVl ti mVtrir
H Spring's Very Smartest Styles in Shoes
Women's lace oxfords altogether un-
M like anv that vou have seen:
Thcv'rc verv like a numD. onlv thev
are lacea wiin . h.-iiiihc idtc auu
three evelets. Thev mav be had in
U patent leather with fawn tops, or dull
leather with gray tops. All widths and
sites, a pair, as
m v- .' Ft- i' ' m na.-. m.
ixw neer Dutton shoes are
very smart and hirhly practical
for spring wear. We're showing
many with gray, fawn or white
topa, patent leather ramp and broad
plain toes. Very "nifty" style they
are for (iris who wish low heels. All
sizes are offered and at one price, $3.48
SPECIAL 500 Pairs of Women's Shoes in patent leather or
in dull calf, in button styles; neat looking $88
shoes and worth to $4.00; very special Thursday, the pair
To Quickly Sell 1,000 Pairs of $2.00 and $- 50
$2.25 Curtains We Shall Offer Them at, pair A
In this group we shall sell Etamine, Voile and Marquisette Curtains, trimmed with verv
pretty laces from one to five inches wide. The curtians are 36 inches wide and ordinarily
not a pair could be bought for less than $2, many at 2.25. A special lot secured at a
flattering price concession makes it possible to have them out at this little 4 j
price. Thursday only, a pair 9
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