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TfJ K HKK: OMAHA, Fill DAY, JUM. 4, 1915.
NOT SIT UP
tiow Does Her Own Work.
Lydia E. Pinkham't Vegeta
ble Compound Helped Her.
Iron Inn, Ohio.-" I am enjoying bet
ter health now than I have for twelve
year. When I be
gan to take Lydia E.
ble Compound I
could not ait up. I
had female trouble
and waa very ner
vous. I used the
remedies a year and
t can do my work)
and for the last eight
months I have
worked for other
rromen, too. I cannot praie Lydia EL
1 inkham's Vegetable Compound enougn
lor I know I never would have been at
veil if I hod not taken it and I recom-i
mend it to suffering women."
Daughter Helped Also.
"I gave it to my daughter when ah
was thirtoen ycers old. She waa Ir.
school and wes a nervous wreck, and
could not sleep nights. Now she look
so healthy that even the doctor speaks
of it. You can publish this letter If yoa
like." Mrs. Rena Bowman, 161 S. 10lb
Street, Ironton, Ohio.
Why will women continue to sufTei
day in and day out and drag out a sickly,
half-hearted existence, miming three
fourths of the joy of living, mhen they
can find health in Lydia E. Tinkham's
Vegetable Compound T
If von linvc 1b slightest doubt
flint Lydia I'. Pin h liana's Vojreti
MeCompotmJ will help ynu.wrltf.
to I.Tdln K.lMnktttm IedlcineCo.
(oonhrionilnl) Lynn, Mn.,for ad
vice. our letter w ill lie oened,
rcatlnnd nnswennl by a woman
suv-t licltt in strict eonlltlcuc.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
i . . .
Strength and Breadth Reminder of
March Sessions Daring Great
U. S. STEEL SHARES LEAD ALL
NEW YORK, June I In II consistent
ttrength ami Increasing breadth, today's
lock market served a a trlklng re
minder ft the dully "ton which ar
romnled the meinornhle advance of Inpt
Mtnli ana April. Trailing aid not attain
the large proortinn of tlmt period, but
wa of ulflclent exti-nt to make the
t'nited State Hteel led the advance,
dealing In that stock aKKrwirattng about
1.U" share or la per cent of the whole.
t'opiera were next in favor, with average
(tain of point on a very la r ire Joint
Wr specialties were comparatively In
ronaplcuou, aUhougn advance In that
group were of a uhtanttal rharacter.
tha aame beln true of the automobile
.hnre and other Issue having no pe
dal classification. tJenrral Motor made
the greatest gain of any apeclaltle, ad
vancing 1i ixitnt. Half a wore of the
railway lnvetrm-nt stock, mainly thoe
In the; International Hat, row li&.l point.
but the demand for tnee isuc we rn.
tlvelv Hkht. . .
The advance in Kieei 10 tw-, m ue.i
quotation since the beginning ol tne
strain In relatum between till country
and Henna ny, w made the occasion of
much romIP ana conjecture, n
that the corjioratlon output ha In-
creau during me iei miiulk -
favoraile condition la expei-iea 10 now
In the Alay tonnage figure, to be Issued
week from today. roi uniu m u""
of the market was It learned inai me
8twl corporation naa won
brougl t against H oy mo
ernment. ... . ,,,
The furnter rise in me mi'i1" "
wa traceaJile to a number of apeciric
ranee. Incaidlng the greater demand for
the m..tal at high price. Moreover
argued lhat the new turn In the Mexican
situation I calculated to work to the ad
antHK of tho many large producing and
melting comiwnle which "aye large
propcrtfc In ll aouthern republic.
Many of the dava hlghe.t quotation,
were made In the final hour, clo.lng
price, showing no material reee.alon
from that level, de.plte considerable
profit taking. Hair amounted to lii.vi
"Amd'her feature of the day waa the
decline In tin- loan, to lowe.t rate since
Alt 1. l1l. lty n1 ninety-day loan,
wlroreduced to 24 per cent, .1 mnslhi
1 tier tent ana over a y-r -
OUT FOR 30 DAYS
Policeman Ordered Suspended After
Hearing of His Case Before the
Auto to Haul Blind
to Library to Hear
Miss Millard Read
j Friday a Day of Great Bargain Opportunities j
Every Item Offered is a
Choice Values, Those Listed
DANIELSON CASE IS DISMISSED
It'i Easy to Wear a Dia
mond or Fine Watch
or make a handanme graduation or
wedding pre.ent. for you ran open
a charge ax-count with ua for any
thing d.aired, and pay monthly.
fin mild f iU.
V.nulne onyl -
t.r, rl .nUt.
fit. Il.manr1 , c.n-
pi.t wit rttl
li-l chl 1 "
i.ao a Month.
V Ltla' ring. 14k
oil t4 totlt. 'Tor.
tMtlon" moeaUnff, brll
lll Dla- OKrt
9 a Moata,
No. Tvff Unk.
itd uid. nunun rta
I.I., two IIM 41 O
1.00 a Month
:to a..-, ri.t tuir.
er hiit. Ilk mt4 lt,
large, p.rkllft lu
1 . i a-Arh arirnnsT with ft
d. mand Total aie, par ..
"Y-nHert" Watea coupon 4. declined rer
"uXm"? le and leading quotation,
on .took, were a. follow :
. - n m. H
Amrlrn B.t 8uar..
Amrrlra H. a
.mrli n B. m iv
Am. aur HMinin ...
1111 Krarf PI a,
olid lolO, S tin.
llnraoDda, i In
$1.00 a Weak
Itrookirn R"ttd Trant
-.lltorn rnim ...
(Tili.no. M. m. r...
hilio tiipper ...........
'alnrada a aaiiatm-...
neuter Rio .trend.. .
Ptneer a a. ..
IMHIIIm' HeCUBjlle ...
Ureal Norinem pld
Ureel N. Ore ca
llllnol. eirai ........
International Hrretr .
hmai t Ity aouinera...
M.alr Petroleum ....
Mlaaeurt. K. T
New Tor Central
N T.. N. M. n
Parltie Tel. a Tai
Pullman Palaoe Car...
ltay t'oa. Copper
Ibiukllr Ifoa Steal..
Horn Inland fa..
Kuril l.l.nd Co. td...,
at. u a. r. td..
Teaneaeea t -upper
Ibioa rrlfla P'd
tolled Hi .lee Wleel....
II. H. Hteel ptd
t tah Copper
Tout aalea for the
4.oa 17 V
4, 11 14
1 im lit
4, KM MS
40 101 '
4 . Ht
f (ts Daily T9 IT. IL Sttwltf
Call or wrlta tor Ctali N. St. Phtl
tloaiiaa 1H4 ami Mla.nta will rail.
IVUW B fitsy CREDIT JEWELERS
day, 741 lw .hare.
Policeman C. P. Fimple was sus
pended thirty days by the city cun
cll, after a hearing-on the charge of
conduct unbecoming an officer, the
information being thai the officer
participated In a card game In uni
form In the drug stone of A. T. Dan
lelaon, 1624 Cuming street, at 1:30
a m.. May 21.
Mr. I)anlelon w. charaed with viola
tion of the llqi'or lawn, hut aler a hear
In; til. car wa dlamUaed. Notwlth-aUndlna-
the rliaree. filed by Captain
Ilemtieev had rt frrence to tha aale of
beer at the drug: .tore, there wa. no j
evldenre offered to auMaln that charae.
Tha captain aaltt he had no perMnal
kiiowlet'ice of tieer havlnn been .old, but
drew the -charge according to direction
of Superintendent Kua;el.
Poller Are Waraerd.
When the nvenaton of Mr. Fimple wa.
announced Mayor Iihlman -oiced a pub
lic warning; to members of the police de-partr.-ient,
deolarlnff that mora .evera
punl.hment will be Impoaed In tha future
upon policemen who frequent place,
where their action, mlffht be queattnned.
In the Fimple cane tt wa. .hown that
the officer Mopped at tha Ianlel.on
plnco on hla way home from work and
enaaaed In a friendly (tame of card.
Mottled beer wa found by the raldlng
aquad In un Icebox, but no evidence of
beer drlnklna; was obtained at tha time
of the raid.
Kaajel Ciathera Krldence.
Fnllowlnn the public hearlnic of both
iac, the commlaalnner. went. Into a
lentithy executive aeaalon. It waa .la tod
thnt Superintendent Ktiarcl did not want
to dlcloe In public certain method, ha
I. ualna; in satherlng of evidence.
Tha .uapen.lon of Fimple waa baaed
on a violation of the rule, and regula
tion of the polio department, rather
than foi any violation of law. It wa.
stated at the hearlna; that Mr. Flmpla
I. a capable policeman. '
Reader, of The Bee have Informed a
number of blind frlonil of the innova
tion at the public library, boxln'ng Ft 1 -dy
morning at IT n'rlock, when M!
Melon Millard will rrd to blind people.
A. a reault Ml Edith Tcbltt, the librar
ian, ha. had encouraging reaponac. In
dicating that quite a number of blind
people will take advantage of the fr.-e
readinx. for them.
An offer of two automobile to carry
infirm blind people to the library, if thev
cannot go alone, h. been made by a
prominent titlien who rcfuaed to have
hi name published. Plind people who
will need uch aalatante in g'irig to the
library will, therefore, 1 called for by
an auto, If they commi nlcate with M'rg
Tobltt In advance.
Twenty-four Big Squares
and Thirty Tables Piled
High With Dependable
All Greatly Underpriced.
U Will f 1 1 CJ i
n 3 i i fiv r
El irw 1
ir i ' n I
I .S . . wJ. -.
vi Here Being But an maex w
the Many Good Things in I
x t TT. Vrirlav
All Items Here Listed, Together With Many Others, Conveniently
M'GOVERN GAINS SEVEN IN
FIRST TWO WARDS COUNTED
Recount of vote caat for former City
Commlloner Thoma M'-Oovern and
Commlloner W. 8. Jardlne, who de
feated him by a majority of thirty-four
vote, at the recent election, wa. begun
In county court.
Melovern gained seven vote in the re
count of the flrt two ward.
Husker Track Team
Enters Omaha Meet
Guy Reed ha notified the Omaha Ath
letic federation, the organisation which
will tag the big outdoor athletic meet
Saturday at Crelghton field, that he will
bring hi. Cornlmaker team to take part.
Rred will bring Frank Reavls, Otto Zutn
wlnkle and several others.
Despite tha two postponement on ac
count of bad weather, official In tha
federation are confident that the meet
will be a huge aucoeaa. The official.
have not been discouraged, but have
been working hard and it .eem. each
postponement ha. given 1uat sufficient
additional time to complete a detail or
two which will add considerably to the
attractlvrneaa of the event. The de
mand (or .eat. la brisk and. with favor
able weather, a big crowd la expected.
Charwoman at the
Federal Building is
"Tiz"-a Joy to
Sore, Tired Feet
"TIZ" for aching, burning,
puffed-up feet and corns
Hfl feet," Aay j
Good-bye sore feet, burning feet, swol
len feet, smelling feet, tired feet.
Good-bye corns, callouse. bunion, and
raw spot.. No more shoe tightness, no
more limping with pain, or drawing up
your face In agonv. -TIZ" la magical,
act. rlM off. "TIZ" draw, out all the
polaonou. exudation, which puff up the
feet. "tTe "TI7." and wear smaller shoe.
Use "TIZ" and forget your foot misery.
Ah! how comfortable your feet feel. .
Get a 25 cent box of "TIZ" now at any
druggist or department .tore. Don't uf
fer. Have good feet, glad feet, feet that
never swell, never hurt, never get tired.
A year's foot comfort guaranteed or
SNOW FALL ON THE
POWDER RIVER COUNTRY
According to tha morning reports to the
railroad., rain has again atarted to fall
over we.tern Nebra.ka, and still con
tinue., with much heavier precipitation
over moat of eastern Wyoming and Colo
rado and South Dakota. Along the North
western a number of .mall washouts are
leported between Casper and Eho.honl,
During tha night at and around Armlto,
on the Burlington's line we.t of Powder
Kler, Wyo.,' three Inchea of snow fell,
and this morning still remained on the
ground. The ' temperature waa below
freexlng. Light anowfalls were reported
In the Black Hill, and In the Pell.
Pourche country to the north.
WOMAN HAS RIB BROKEN
WHEN HIT BY MOTORCYCLE
sa-a-liJj.A. UT f t g ajfl
BOYLSTON and CXE1 ER STREETS
.One block from Copley Sq. nd
Public Library. Convenient to
Shopping taid Theatre District.
All Outside Rooms. Excellent
Single Room. 2. with Bath J.JO and us
Poubie " fj.30, " " UO " ,f
(Oood Garage 3 tninutea' walk)
' L. C. PRIOR. MHaa
Two minutes from Back Bay Station
Ten minutes from North Slatioa
A True Tonic
Is one that assists Nature.
Regular and natural action of
the stomach, liver, kidneys and
bowels will keep you well and
fit, and this action Is promoted bj
TW-rwe tela al kmr H.airiM t I. fJtV
m. i kwaa, i, IM.
Mr.. Su.an Hewitt, BU South Twenty-
jalxtli street was run down by an untdi-n-
I lifted man on a motorcycle at Twentieth
Mi.. Wattle Evan., charwoman at th.lnd 'arnam atreet. Wednewl.y about
found to be .u'foilng ! """" ",,u "ul""
oeai yiwiiu nnu cuiikusvu anva a.iui
body hruleoa. The motorcycllat .topped
for a moment and then mounted hi.
machine and rode awy. Dr. W. J. Mc
Crann waa called and took Mrs. Hewitt
port of flee. wa.
llh amallpox and taken to the hospital I
from her home, Hhelhy Court No. 1, Mouth I
Mr. Evan.' case wa. mentioned In Thai
bee Wednesday aa one of the federal em-
plnye. who are losing eight days' Pajrlj,
from their meager wageg this yeur be
ause of the curtailing of tha appropria
tion by congress, and also who will get
nc pay It they are sick during Mar and
June of this year.
Mrs. Evans, whose wages are tii a
month, has been sick since May W and
will be unabla to attend to her dutlea all
th month of June.
Cadet Taylor, custodian of the federal
building, will take up her case with th
Treasury department, but It la doubtful
if government red tap will all iw of
treating her different from any other
janitor or charwoman.
tj hi. office, where her wound, were
and alia waa removed to her
laMiarr Calalat t ared.
Dr. Kinga New Ufa Ptlle will rid the
ytvm of fermenting food, and poleon.
Keep atomic h and Hver healthy. 25c. All
drugg lata Advertisement.
There is Immediate 'relief for skins
Itching, burning and disfigured with
ectema, ringworm, or other tormenting
skin trouble, in a warm bath with Res
inol Soap, and a simple application of
Resinol Ointment. The southing, heal
ing Resinol medication sinks right into
the skin, stops itching instantly, and
soon clears away all trace of eruption,
even in severe and stubborn cases where
other treatments have had no effect.
ftaalae) So awl Rtnol Ointment alto clear away
piatala 4 kUckh. aed (oral a ami valuable
BouMhole treatment far teres, woanda, boil, pile,
t. Pmcribed br Sextan ior year. SoM by all
arag4. Avaed kniutioa.
f"At E-.ayden's Friday
to $3.00 Values...
Another bij? lot just received our
own importation. Come in all the
newest Panama blocks; qualities
usually sold to $3.00; our flC
Wheat and Flour
Drop in Price, but
Bread Costs Same
'Notwithstanding that wheat has
dropped Si cents during the la.t .Is
weeks, and flour baa Ju.t been reduced
from 17.46 to 17.10 a barrel, loaves of
bread In Omaha remain at tha same old
Baker, contend that the flour they are
using was bought at an advanced prloj.
A representative of the Jay Burne Bak
ing ooiupany maintains that tha price of
flour haa not been reduced h.re. Jay
Burns is out of the city.
Th. t lerk Uanaraateeat It.
"A c,utonwr cam Into my store the
other day and nld to one of my clerk..
'Hate ou anything that a ill cure diar
rhoea?' and my clerk went and got him
a bottle of Chamberlain s Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy, and aald to him,
'If this doea not cure you, I will not
charge you a cent for it.' Bo he took It
home and came back in a day or two and
aid he aa. cured," J,M- IW-rry &
Co., Kelt Creek. Va. OUaleUbl axery
wbeic Advert Im nan
Whlto Chip Hats
Black velvet flanged, gold regularly
to $2.0); choice of eight
styles; Friday at
$10.00, $12.50 and $15.00
Arranged for Selection Friday, in Domestic Room
Ladies' Muslin Gowns, Skirts and Combi
nation Suits Made to h-11 to $1.50; good
assortment at 39
Ladies' Knit Union Suits Keguiar 50c
quality, all sizes; on sale alv. ....... . .19?
Ladies' Muslin Corset Covers or Drawers-
Values to 5(c, all neatly trimmed, well
. -a e J.
Ladies' Knit Vests to n;o values, lisle or
cotton, till sizes, at 12!:
Fancy Rhinestone Barrettes, to 50e value;
big assortment 10?
Fancy Rhinestone Hat Pins, to 5ic value;
on sale, choice 10?
Brooches and Bar Pins, Rhinestone? act, to
50c values 10
Fancy Bead Necklaces to 50c values; choice
4 Collar Butons, on card 1
$1.00 Alarm Clocks, each 49
e-NOTIONS LESS THAN HALF
A Big Assortment for Selection.
Pearl Butons, 3 cards for 5c5
Brass Nursery Pins, 4 cards 5
Good Pins, 6 packages for 5?
Cotton Tapes, 6 rolls for 5
Hair Pins, per box ,
Hair Brushes, 6nap at 10t?
Dress Shields, at, pair .5
Women's Hose Supporters, pair 5
35c EMBROIDERIES AT 15t?
A splendid line of new 27-inch. Flouncings,
beautiful new patterns, worth up to 45c, at,
per yard 15c?
10c Embroideries, at 3y2c Yard.
A big line of pretty edges and insertings,
all new goods, for your selection . .". .S1?
Framed Picture Special 50c values, iu
gilt or brown frames, sizes 7x9, 8x10 and
5x7; big assortment of most popular sub
jects, choice 25?
75c Corsets Medium bust, long skirt mod
els, in Domestic room ; .45?
35c Brassiers, Friday, choice 19?
39c Boys' Wash Waists All sizes and col
ors, on sale .25?
35c Sanitary Aprons, at. .19c?
Ladies' Silk Gloves, 12 and lf button
lensr th, black only, all perfect, with double
finger tips, made to sell at $UK a pair, Fri
day at, pair 25c?
Ladies' Taffeta Silk Gloves Two button
lengths, to 50c values, in black only, small
sizes; a pair .....10
Children's Parasols Up to 25c values, all
colors; on sale 10c?
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S HOSE
15c quality cotton, in black, white and tans
all sizes, pair 10c?
Children's Cotton. Hose 10c quality, in
black nud colors; on sale, pair. GV2?
Men's 50c Work Shirts Strongly made,
medium weight, all sizes ..35c?
Men's Union Suits To $1.00 values, mesh
or ribbed, white and ecru, all 6izcs; on sale
ut ,. -49c?
SAVINGS IN TOILET GOODS
10c Jap Rose or Palm Olive Soap 6c?
5 bars Ivory Soap at 19c?
50c Imported Rice Powder de Riz 25c?
25c Violet or Rose Toilet Water . .15c?
25c Tooth Brushes; at, choice 10c?
$1.50 Hot Water Bottles at 98c?
75c Iludnut's Violet Sec Toilet "Water 59c?
50c bottle Phenolas Wafers at .25c?
25c "Williams' Talcum Powder 10c?
Women's Tailored Suits .$10.00, $12.50
and $15.00 values, at $4.98
Serges, gabardines, shadow checks, etc.,
good colors, all sizes.
Women's Dresses To $10 values, in silks
and wools . . . . . . $3.98
Big assortment, poplins, messalines, serges,
etc.; new styles, all colors and all sizes from
36 to 44.
75 Women's Coats In serges, plaids and
mixtures, made to sell at $5.00 to $8.95; at,
Women's White Wash Waists To $1.00
values lingeries, plain and embroidered
linons and crepe effects, all sizes, choice,
at ...... ....... y....; ..25c?
Women's Wash Dresses Up to $3.00 val
ues, in voiles, batistes, crepe cloths, figures
and popular stripe effects, at .... .$1.49
75c Long Lawn Kimonos at ...35c?
$1.00 and $1.25 Crepe Kimonos at.'. . .89c?
Men's $12.50 All Wool Bine
Serge Suits, $8. 75
A pur wool blua serge. Dark nary that Is absolutely
fast color. Nicely tailored and mohair tio syj
lined; sizes from 34 to 44 breast, at. . . . spO 4 O
Men's $2.00 and $2.50 Wool
For two days, genuine Princess trousers that sold for
$2.00 and $2. 50, all colors; slses 26 to 44 waist; wor
steds and cassimeres, light or dark colors. Friday
and Saturday only $2.00 and $2. BO d Of"
Princess trousers for men, at 4100
WASH liAV SlPl'UES CHEAP Kit IDA V
Wrli4ii -ixlnaton" wood
fram winner, fully warranted
reaular prloa II. OS: aal prti-a tS.SS
"Superb Iron fraJue wringer,
fullv warranted; regular i rt. e
I! f.0 nl Frio fel.SS
Weak Meao&ee l-arc enough, fur
two laraeat alae tub and a aecura
lil ace to faaten wringer; regular
price. .17.; eala price S1SS
kotlara - Oenulue "Ltk" heavy
ruatleaa Un boiler with liravv
copper bottom. II. TJ alia... (1.4.9
alie genuine "L4ek bin lei
........ .... e.e
all genula Uir toiler
11 l extra heavy all copper kl ink-
bullera ..e SS BS
IS k extra heavy art ropvr "l.ik '
III! extra Ireavy all copper l.i"
;), liei holler, reduced to. .s
"I'remicr" tin bolter, copper bot
for ' .
tio full alxa Zinc Waah Poarda ISO
Small alx galvantied tuba....3Sfl
Meniiutn HM galvanised luba..
ltrge alxe galvanized tub.... sag
Kxtra large gaJvanlxed tub .
LSW MOW1M, SCTTeTSa,
SCTTmal SBaTBTS. aXtAJMI
BOOKS AT SVGDUUXD fAlCKS)
Bay 'eat Friday Ue 'ea Saturday
X H Ijiwn Moweia, ll-ln cut.
fully warranted as. So
14 Three-blad higli wheel, ball
bee. rise; mower. 14-ln. cut...M3
l.i Tliree-blade, high wheal, kail
bearing mower, lt-ln rut Mas
l.il hour-blade, high wheal, ball
bearlner mower. 14-ln. cut ...
Koytk Baatka Heavy or Ught.TSa
acyik ltia 'Heavy or light
any length Tee
&o Uraa Hooka, apoc'.al IS
4oc til He Hooka SS
i)r Giasa Hooka Sa
j Boys' 50c and 75c Knickers, 39c
Big full cut knickers; ages 6 to 16 years, that sold at
I 60c and 75c. Corduroy and khaki Included; qft
I on sale Friday at OUC
j Children's $1.00 Wash Suits, 65c
I 25 dozen Wash Suits lu the best styles that are being
worn, slses tor Doys t ,s to years, an gooa, f-
durable colors and fabrics; on sale at.
WW aw Taa SB aw A. V
tiatt bleached Long Cloth Fin- J
ished Muslin at 5c Yard
The natural finish no dressing adaptable for all
household purposes standard yard wide r3
9c cotton, at O4C
On sale in Domestic Room Friday.
Amoaketag Staple Apron Check Gingham Blues
and white. (Limit 10 yards.) No mail or e
phone orders filled; at, yard OC
Simpson's Fame" Dreaa Qdtcoe All col- o t
ors; beat styles, yard O2C
Manufacturers' Short Ltrngths of 1214c to 15c
quality batiste mercerized lawn, voile and f-
percales; Friday's sale, yard OC
I'Ulity Brand Gingliain Stripes, plaids and n 1
checks; this 10c quality at, yard O55C
Mercerised Table Cloths Pattern lengths', rr
8-4 sixe, each Ol7C
Towela, Huclt Weave or Turklah. atandard 10c 1 1
Dreaaer Boar fa, 18x50 alxe, embroidered and ""tr
eiltche.l. each ItC
Xrae Baroala Cut from tha piece, lOc'and 1 1
Uo quality, yard i . . . . . 74C
Cortalm awl 40-ln. wide, embroidered dotal 'see
26c value, yard IfC
Oortaia Stamina and Oaaement CloUk U0 '""m.
atyie, l&o quality, yard 1UC
rrlatea BTovelty Crap. Ideal 15c waah fabrlca ""fll.
for houe or atreet dreasea, yard OfC
Bed Bpreada Crochet, hemmed, heavy, full' aixa. yQ
11.00 quality, each ...77."C
Five Rousing Specials
Remnants of Draperies that
sold to 33c ard, nearly all
kinds on sale at, yd 5?
Iac Curtain Values up to
$1.2 5 a pair. 2Vi yards long;
pretty patterns; on sale at, a
I Are Curtains Values to $2 a
pair; 3 yds. long, good assort
ment; at, pair OS
15c Drapery KUkolinea best
quality, choice patterns; per
Laace Curtains Made to sell
at $160 pair, 2 yds long
per pair 75
Interesting Specials in
Men's Famishing Dept.
1,00 Draas Skirt. 4 to A bin
assortment in Outing- Sport and
Drea Style. In percale, mad
raa and chambrays; all alsea and
Kea'a Bait Underwear Shirt
and drawer 60c valuea. ribbed,
mean or beJbrlggan, In all alats.
DRESS SK1R1S MADE
TO MEASURE FREE
from rhoic . of 100 piece of
bring dreaa fabric that wa are
diacontlnulng. Only coat for
Big Savings Offered in
Silk Dress Fabrics
rials and Hovlty alike, Meaaa
llnea. Chiffon Taffetaa, Pongees.
etc., to 11.00 yard valuea; over
1.000 yards for QQ. and AO.
our selection wOC 4QQ
V.?? . ".4 J1'1,5 miatm- Chiffon
laffeta In bluck anj colore. Tub
Bilk. Birlped Novelties Measa
llnea, etc.: J inches wld. i
$1.80 BUk Crepe d CMn 10
lnchea wide, all colore, a QQ.
aplendld bargain, yard .. HOB
Black Dress Bilks 1 inches
wnl to II. SO valuea. Chiffon
Taftetaa. Pallet de bol.
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floa now- rlour sa.le this week.
41 lb. sa-k best High Grade Flour,
nothing finer for bread, pie or
cakes. Back .
1 Iba. beat 'Granulated Cans Sugar
S lb, best Whit or Yellow Corn
meal for . . t Its
10 iba. pur New York Buckwheat
Gallon caoa Tomatoes or Peache
Gallon cans Gooseberries or Peara
The bast Ikoineetlo Maoavronl. Vermi
celli or rgtittl pkg TV
Tall can Alaxka Saliaoa 10
g rena oil or Mustard Bard ln . .See)
Iba. fancy J44va Klc. lSo qualiiy.
for . as
lbs. beat Hwnd Picked Navy tieans
MacLaren's Peanut Butter, lb. 1SH
4 ca.ua Carnatloa or Pet Milk., ssa
Quality Goods and a Sating of 25 to 50 h Trading at Haydtn's for Your Groceries
c. i ry it. pkg. I 4 sue pineapple, dog. tl 10
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Fruit Preserve li aixa Pineapplea. doi.' ' si.Ia
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Per crate, any lx Sa.?S
Tha beat Oreaaaary Batter, lb.' '. sao
The best Creaunery Butter, carton
llancy Dairy Table Butter, lb. . see
Good lairy Table Butter, lb. . .85e
The Beat No. 1 Kga. nothing fine(.
per doxen aoo
Tha TegeiabU Market for tk BwOBle
11 lbs. beat old Potatoes to the neck
for IT We
New Potatoea. per lb il
S bunchea home grown Onions . ,.o
S bunches home grown Radiahea..6e
4 heads freah leaf lettuce So
r'resh Spinach, per peck ...,....10o
Fancy Hip Tomatoea. lb ...Mr
4 bunchea fresh Khubarb ....... So
Irge Cucumber, each , So
Kreah Heet or Carrots, bunch Se
Nw Cabbage, lb m
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K mm bit or W.
II ounce Jar pur
Yeaat Foam, pkg So
T lbs. beat Bulk Laundry Starch S&e
I lb. cana Oolden Pumpkin, Hominy.
Sauer Kraut or Baked Beans... TVs
I lb. cana Wax. btrlng. Green or
Uma Beais TH
lara bottles Worcester Sauce.' pure
Tomato Cateup. Pick lee. assorted
kind, or Prepared Muetard, bot
Herahey'a Break fa t Cocoa, lb. ..Si
fcuepp' Hh refilled Cocoanut, lb. lea
Th beat Tea billing, lb lSVe
For Ice Tee. try liaJuoud Blerkd. a
fine drink, lb Sae
Golden Panto Coffee, lb. aoo
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