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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1915)
PROUD parents of Omaha's student youth are either Juit starting off
or are miles on their way to the commencement exercises of the
different eastern schools and colleger ' -
Nr. and Mr. Robert. Cowell are at Pougbkeepaie, N. Y., where
they will attend the graduation exercKea of. Vaesar college today. Their
daughter, Misa Mooa, U the only graduate from Omaha In this year's class.
Other Omaha girls attending Y'aasar are Ml a Josephine Congdon and Mlsa
Gene Reed. . . . t .
Smith college, a( Northampton, Mass., has a larger crop of Omaha rep
resentatives. Jn the graduating caes this year are' the Misses Blanche
Brotherton,' Alice West, Nelle Ryan and Jlelen Robinson. " Miss Brotherton
and Mls West have been elected members of the Phi Beta Kappa sorority.
The commencement at Smith college will be held Tuesday evening, June 16.
'' Miss Reglna Corinell and MUs Helen 'ing worsen are 'completing their
studies this June at eastern schools. Miss Connell graduates from Dana
Hall and Miss Ingwersen from Lbrlng.
Eutledge-Hanchett Wedding. '
The wadding of Miss Hope ilanchelt,
rtaug-hter of Mrs. Ida Hanrhatt. sn4 Mr.
Thomas Rutledff wss celebrated this
fternoen at I (clock at the reaadenre
of Rev. Tllua Low, pastor of thf first
It was a small wedding In the preseno
of tft 1 Immediate family only.- "There
were no attendants.
Th bride wore her go-away sown of
black and while check silk and black
eallor hat. tier oorsase bouquet was of
lilies of the valley and sweetheart roses.
Immediately fnlkiwlns the ceremony
Mr. Slid Mrs. Rutierige left for an east
ern wedding trip. They will be at home
after Jujy 1 at tha Colonial.
1 f ' L .
The wedding of Miss Mabel Clark and
lieutenant Glenn P. Wllhelm of the
Fourth infantry was celebrated last even"
Ins at o'clock at th home of the bride's
sinter, Mrs. K. f. Ellis, and Mr. Ellis "lit
the I'lnlah apartments. -' '' ''
Th rooms were abloom with pink and
whit rosea, pink swaetpeas and brtda's
Mies Uretchen McConnelJ played th
IxhensTln wedding march and Rev.'Vred.
crick Rouse r th nrt Congregational
church read th marrtase lines, In the
presence of th' family and a few close
The bride was attractive In a simple
rown of whltfe'tllk mad en trains. The
bodice was trimmed with sed pearls
and ber tulle veil waa caught with spray
of lilies of th valley. Hh "carried a
shower bouquet of bride's roses and Hlles
of the valley. . ' ' 1 1 " '
Mies Helen Smith was ' th ' msld of
honor and waa gowned In whit embroid
ered net mad round length. Th bodice
was of soft pink taffeta, and she carried
an old-fashioned bouquet of Ceeti Bren
ner roses, lavendsr swset peas and
Mr. Tsylor Belcher was the best man.
Mr. and Mrs. TVIIhalm left last evening
for Galveston, stopping en rout' at ft
touts and other points. Thsy will be at
home after July I at CSelveston, Where th
lieutenant ia stationed with bis regiment.
Dinner fct Grand Hotel.
Mr.' and Mr, i. 1. J tees will entertain
at dinner this ''evening -'at th Grand
1 hotel In Council Bluffs In honor of 'the
Ptewart-McFerron wedding party. Tholr
guests -will later attend the garten party
to be given In honor of Mlsa Btoaart. by
Mrs. John T. Stewart and her daughter,
Mrs. Wfldman, at their horns. "Th
tables." In Council Bturfs. Th guests
will Include: ' ' ' '
Messrs. snd Mc'1nms
fuiturd Wolfe, Frank (J. Hsss,
Chaika T. Stewart, ll"ile t'larki ' s
K. W. rlxon. ' . Wllllem IVnch of
l.n-nii 1'hlpps w Vork, '
Mart Ktlfel. .
l.oulse !! of
iower, iaul(ljng, A. p. Warren,
tleorira i. Wright,
k.. W. Hart.
At Happy Hollow.
Mrs. C. C.Btlden and Mrs. Oeorg H.
Btcknel ntrllned at luncheon ' today
at th Happy Hollow club. Th table
was decorated with pink and wMt Pee
nlea and cover were placed for: ' ''t-
Mesdsmea " ' Mesdsmea
Korrls Jtrown. John Mclxmald,
ali!er Klndley, James JihMo, .,
". F. Waller. . A. W. AuMtln,
I. W. CsrpenUr, tn W. pool.
V. M. Axtell, Oeorfo I'uvn.
(julxley. A F. Jonas.
Morris llussl, William tlarratt,
J. H. Dumont, O H. Heldun.'
Mary ildon. Helen Hlcknell.
Mrs. H. i Hamilton wss hosuss at
lunrfccon today at h Happy Hollow
club. A large bo I of red peonies was
used as th . table cenierplec and th
gueets present were:"
M-s1mes " Mesdames
R. K. tVummer, William Newton,
M. M. Hsn.lln, F. I. l. '
( tare t wr,i E. A, Crown. ,
At tte Field Club.
Mrs. t)ruc Moffatt entertained th
efflcars and commltte of events today
at luncheon at th Field Club. Weather
permitting a gam was planned fur th
afternoon. A basket of pink and mhlte
ruaes decorated the table and golf place
caraa roarsea me names o:
Mesdames " Mesdames
W. T. burns.
J. W. Tillwih,
U M. Ird,
'. 11. Aull.
K. H. Poraaue.
F. J. Deapchr,
K A. Kinder,
1. J. Dunn,
iW. H s-ilver,
W. K. bi harffer.
C. 1. Vollmer.
Other entertaining iodsy eter Mr
J. F. Mithen. who had four guest st
luncheon, and irs C. p. turdevfnU
For Kiss Eloen. "
Miss tilth floan of New York City,
th houa gurtt cf MU Jlsrrlet Bmlth
was honor guest at luncheon today at
th Country club given by Miss Ann Ulf
ford, rtnk rosea and daisies decorate
the table anil Jis Glffor4 eutertsiusd
Misfc-s " Mls
K'lun Hun, Jsn.-t Hate,
larrte hmiih. pnne fetara,
Sielia Thiimmel, l nl tavs.
Fturin Hoi hsietler, klargaret lum.
Waiter Orifftth. T9u Csllafber.
Wita the Trayelfri.
Mt Anna CraiiWk of th Kellora
school and Mi fsnnes Vlernaa of
Rannroft wll) i-nd tb lunmtr rrumtliS
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Berber of Manilla,
ho hav been her for several wekl
visiting Mrs. Ertrs relatives, a lid re
cently stoning with Mr. and Mrs. t"reJ
Itainluon. Mi retrdar afternoon (or
Brownsville, Tex., where hey will spcad
Miss lo'ilse Dinning will leave Sucday
eviing J r lttburi?h. where sp ll
Thursday, June 3, 1915.
WELL XJ.0WJT NEWSPAPER.
WOMAN WEDDED YESTERDAY.
i MUB. JHQMA8 RUT LEDGE.
visit frlesids. and later Join her brother,
Robert Dinning. In few York flty, where
he wl) go to mM her, from th Artists'
lesgu at Woodstorki 'M. Y. ' Mr. pinning
hss Joined this league, after attending
th Pennsylvania Art - school 'at New
York last spring, from "New York CIV.
Mis Dinning' will Visit Norwich. Conn.,
ard' Cbtcag-o.' in wllj b gone aj) sum
mer.' : '.'.. -
Festiral pf Ola Eonj-i.
" Complying with remirat from many
sources, the Walnut JIM! Methodist Epis
copal choir will on Friday evening re-
pest th lunrer part ef their program 'of
Id songs, ss renders by them Thursday
vsnlng, ' Msv JT. Th bsd weather ' of
that eventng kept sway many' people
who woul4 otherwise' hav attended." and
as pr. Charles ' Phrhr4 of lineoln
IS coming frldsy night, under their aus
pices, to lecture on "Th Geneals of an
American." the singers have rymsanted
to repast the program. 1 Tha public Is 1n
vtted to attend. The admission' Is free,
allhouirh an offerttig will h taken, th
prooeeds ef which wt! be lMrd by th
eholr, a volunteer erganlsatlon. in th
purchaaa of robes. - , . t . .
Th following program will be sung:
'Dixie l,and." . "We're 'Tenting' To-
How THin People
. Can Put on Flesh
A New Diacovery
Thin men and women th tm kev
filling tUuuer you at last nlguu V hat
becaut of all the tat-proouolu eouria..
mant it contained T You haven't aained
n weight one ounce. - si h fa ..
from your body like unburned i-w.
throiich an open grate. Th' material
waa tliera, but vour food iiMant work
and sllok, and tha plain truth Is vaa
hardly set enough noiariannient tfrom
your meat to pay for th cuar at oeok
ing. Thia la tru of thin folks the world
ever. Your nutritive1 organs, 'your func
tions or asunuiauon. are sadly out of
gear and need reconstruction.
Cut out th fooilah food and funny
aawduet diets. Omit th flaah oreajfa
rub-on, cut out everything but tn
meal you are eating now anA sat wiia
evry one of thus a single rgo( tablet.
In to weuka cute th difference.' Fv
io rigni gooo aoild pounds of - healthy,
iiier in snouie oe in net result,
Kareol charges your weak, stasoant
blood with million of fresh new red
blood corpu. lea gives the blood the
carrying power to deliver every ounce .f
ft-msknn material In your food to every
rr or your ooay. nargoi, too, mines
wtth your fflod and prara It for tne
blKhi In easily assimilated form Thin
people gain all the wav from 10 to a
pounds a month while taklna- Harat.l. anri
th rww flesh stays put. Bargol tableu
are a a-leotifle combination of sis of the
best flesh-producing eieaneut known to
chemistry They come 40 t bint a to a
parttaae. are pleasant harmless and In
expensive., and sjhermsn 4 M"X'onnel
Drug Wore and all other drogalsis la
Omaha and . vicinity sell them eufaject to
n sbsnhit guarante of welaht Increutea
r money back. Advertisement.
HOSTESS AT LUNCHEON AT THE
" ' COUNTRY CLUB. '
-, 1 .- .,- v; . - 4.'.. :...). . A S
MISS ANN'A GIFFORD.
night." "bcllsvo Me. If All These En
dearing Young ChaHms," "Coming Thru'
the Rye," "Amer1rs."'""8uwsnee River."
"Muni'i ni tie Cold, cold Ground." "OM
Vic.k joe," "Home, pweet tome."
To Honor Visitor. :
Miss Gertrude Ftout entertained Sis
teeii giirtta" st' dinner last! evenlne) at
tha Country club Iri honor of Miss Krrfo
hnff of IOs Angelas, who Is th guest of
Mlsa Esther Wllhelm.
he tegular meetlhg of the Garden club
as ' held "'cdnesdsy morning ' at ' th
horn of Mrs. George Hoagland-' ' Mrs.
Osgood Eastman resd a paper on wild
flowers. All 'th members were present,
with th exception ef Mrs. J. D jforest
Richards and Mrs. Charles T- Kountse,
mho sr. tn Fw Tork CHy- The nest
meeting will . be held at th home of
Flnt in QaaJfty
f7rs( In r?W(e
Hrmt in Puwily
tint tn Economy
and for these reasons
Calumet ' Jaklng
, Powder Is first in tha
' besrts of the millions
ef house wires w ho
use it and noyf it.
UECirVED IHCHtST AWARDS
WU Per F4 llSlW.
Twenty. five acres of beautiful
peonies -of all colore now In
bloom Tin aliow spot of thia
THE J. F. ROSENFIELD
am iH;i;i im
-e fcw" m
iiATT ttttv rtmmi
, 'm .s
vr...r p fii
a - .
WTeet 'DodsY loti, ' Omaha, BTs. M I
-T ff Braaaiereg I
et li iSa. I m Ml In M as
II I a ft Cloth, embroidery a
I 1 sfT I H trimmed backofai V R
sJ f Wmtn' v
r?1 01 If GIov
Tw I Worth to Sao.' at Fair.
IL I i About is tons p4r Warn. II
' I II lrw la 1 aod . I
lt-tettoa Ungth. as well 11
' I a , I I I I 1 - i' 11 as In short atove mostly ff
-l'irfa,- , la fclaafc. a few white and
THE BEE: OMAHA, FUIOAY, JUNE 4. 1913:
Mrs. Eestmsn on Wednesdey morning of
Ml-1 Hcn Weeks entertaind at iin-
nr Tuesday evening in honCr of Mi.s
Flcanor ('iiehlr.g. who w ilt be married I
June V:. The table was decorsled with
a bseket of pink peonls and earnadnns
knd rovrs were placed for:
1 M !
A I met a Parinn.
For Bridal Party.
Complimentary to Miss Marie Stewart,
Mrs Clifford "Wolfe gave beautiful ap
pointed luncheon today at the' Country
club. A mound of deep pfnli and rel
roe wss used as the 'table' Centerpiece
snd'the" place cards for' the bride and
groom were miniature t-ride and groom
Pumps ami Oxfords
pairs women's 'patent leath
er. Odds hnd ends from lines
that aold up te $2.50 win be
1 "IM sj
closed 6ut Friday,
Juliet House Slipper
Every eize, fine and aoft, rub
ber heels, flexible soles, patent
tlpej.wlde widths. ?pe-'
elal, pAlr.. .
Sizes toH. Tan and black.
Dufjtoo v atyle, nature shaped
lasti, extremely flexible ' soles.
Jrorth to J.v0. ?P- . CI OP
clI Krjday, par.... ..yte6l
Odk end Ends
Men's shoes and oxfords, tan and
blac. About 160 -pair.- Worth
to J.W.- Special, - ns
pair. . . ; . r. . i .'. . . . . B lD
Silk Boot Hosiery
Women's fibre, black only; alse
nt" lisle ih "black and white;
double 'soles, heels and tees.
Worth, 25c. SpecieJ
Friday, - peJr. . ,.......
Fine Cotton Vesta
Wortvec'a Jn all sjsos.
Women's. Men's and Children'g
omen s, wen s anq vmiaren s
3 cotton, black and fancy col'
t) double soles", heels and if?
es. Friday, pair... ...... OC
. e. 1 I '
Sample pieces, fancy trimming
laceg. Up to yard long.
lOach piece. . . .'. . r. .......... iC
2U TUe Pddfiny, 17C
The heary felt kind to protect
your 1 table, f 1 Jncheg wide.
Special rrldayy 71.
75c end S8e Cloths, 59c
Another shipment of these fine
mercerized cloths, hemstitched
ends; n a line of very pretty
Ktterns. While this lot rn
its for Friday, each. . . . 07C
7V,e Creah," 4Uc
For Friday one case of a Full
pleached Towellng-Boft and
absorhcat. fancy colored bor
ders. SptjfaJ Friday,
$1.00 Spread, 69c
These are mill samples, slightly
soiled, all in the crochet kind-
Kegnlatlon It. Friday,
facn- ... ,
5c and 8c Cloths, 3c
One lot of mill end samples of
dish, scrub or dust cloths, plain
or knitted kind. Tour choice
while this lot lasu,
. ff nd Mlei' Summer
(I ' ' Vish Presstl
II Fin whit1 add eolorad 1
II tub dresses. . Values M1 II
V If i m. .Wktt faaeydraaaaa. Jl
i II lac and embroidery trim- jl
i 11 md. Fncy colored drassee, J
t l mads' of fla wh mat-
! , - vrtals. fin tiu, fi
! ratine, fsecy lawn. ft
i X crepe, voile, eta. a yfcy
n V 1 r
"" Printed Batitte
Ib a thojee aseorttnemt If
of neat' floral,' roee
V huf ' ' and other
suple' figure ef- 1 5
II I 'i few ookera. 'Wtll sol
I I V rrtday. wail this Ubb-'
J j vX lted uaaUty Laata.
figures, and for the other ruets, a white
jsatln slipper tied with tillle bows." The
J guests were th members of th wedding
party only.' and th brWo a'rnofher.'Mrs.
'on'14 McC'r"- " "
uncncon ana AeniinflOn.
Mrs. M. Nelson enterulned at a ken-
Slni;ton, followrd by a luncheon Velm
flry. In tenor cif her Ssughtor,' Mrs.
Clyde otbMiie, cf Lsrsmle, Wyo. Th
house wan decorated tlvreughout with
pink and white teonles nnd the guests
I Merita mer
Fred r tier.
, M. .lafr.bw n.
' !' Arxurson,
O. 1.. Nelson.
H. R. Pelmnr.
Jescph McNaJly of .
r ritiut r r,n ,
ri iv, eli' iHiplw,
II C). VA'renn.
: .Mlf Kva .eUon.
Suffragn'sti Abandon Meeting!.
Th Omaha' ufrrr assorlallon de
cided Mdnerda-' ti' ' discontinue ' their
rernlar meetluss during i he Summer. In
With the flighty hand o buying
power we solve the great question of the
hour in our big subway storewhere to
make your dollars o the farthest.'
Your Choice of Suits
Women', Mitea and
and Lace Blouse, $2, $2.5Q and $3.00 Values
We hare taken all ef our own" better slk and lace Blouses, 'together with
g lot rust received many different styles, blacks and colors a Mt
e-tub silks, fine nets, crepe de chine, mesaaltpe, taffeta, ftc. I AM
Over 400 tochooe from.. in a good range of alj5e.'........'..,...Y.TF
Beautiful Silk Dresses ;
Valfic? Up'ff ' 3.30, st
Every dress is a correct spring gn summer, new
est atyjea, women's and misses' sizes. - We purchased
from a Js'ew Yorg 'manufacturer all bis travelers'
and' showroom' samples,' as wel) as small Jots of
atock on band, "etc. " " ''' i',1"'
k Doien ef pretty $tyltutperuitr, coefee f
. siys, military tfftctt, plain tailored effects.
f . fancy trimmed drtu'ef, etc. Xfadeoffine
crepe de chine, crepe meteor, tllk poplin,
t fanc$ figured popltm nd foulard.
SiMee Ut 18, 18 and 20 tor Mi
Shts J4 to 44 tor Womtn
Not a dress worth lees than 17.60. tha srrestest
Ml M Blrfh lit I.J a I1II Vtir-;V '.
suurv. wnvics tsr V4-WV. '
With Two Pairs of Pants tfO7ir
A $4.00 Value, Special ; . . l D
New patch pocket Balkan model In very neat pat
terns of gray," brown and blue. Two pair of full lined
pants, seama all extra taped. Every gize. 6 to 16 years.
Extra Special Wash Suits at 35c
That Afi Worth 79c -
Oliver Twist, Russian, Eton and pallor styles.
Every st, I to years. 44 ' -
Wc Khaki Knickerbock
Olive prab .
1,800 Shirts, 33c Each
45 Dosen Men'a Sample Union Suits Conde, porous mesh, lisle and
combed cotton ribbed. Short and long sleeves. In plain and fancy tt
colore. Exceptional values worth up to 1.26. Special a suit. . 69C
One Uot of Men's Cotton Ribbed.
Mesh and Nainsook Vnlon Suite
Short ' aleevea and athletic atyle.
Worth to TSc. Sale price, Qg
Drugs snd Toilet Articles
nhason' Floor Wn 29c
Wblt Boras Naplhe - Soap n o
It pare tor
H Wul Team Boras 7
sVai-riush U alse ir.
Plsmond "C Soap , 2fV
I bar tor
Ivory er Boras Boap
Bars ....... t. .....,. .
Fl lNaptha Soap 1
formal meetingH, suffrage teaa and bic
hlc will be given frem time t irne Tfl
th fail th euffrajrists will renew" their
activities.' -.. . -
Flower Jlisnion Birtljdgj.
' The ' twer.ty-first ' anniversary of th
Emma Hnarland Flower '"Mission was ob
served by presenting flawers to the sic
In every l-al hesplta! today. The flower
hilnaion waa oryanisd by Mrs. 'George
X. Hoserlond and Hits Julia Knight In
memory of Emma Tloatfand.
Among theee' who carried flowers te
the hoepitals were;
J. a Weltirell,
Farnftm-Rayley Wedding. .
' The wedding of Mies Helen Marie Ray
ley, daughter of Mrs. Manley RstfeVof
i .:? ,t . - i ),.'' rf.' ' ?
Juniors' Spring Siit
W have grouped all the suits, about 200 altogeth
er, at this one low price: 910. 119 60 and' Val
ues Dotens of pretty styles, all -the ' past season's
newest features. 'Made ef fine all-wool gaberdine,
poplin, serges, novelty materials, etc. " All good col
ors, such as aand and putty, Belgian blae,1 Russian
freen, etc. ''' "'' ' --. s -. -
Sizes J, IS and 17 for juniors
Site's ijf, 16 and 18 lor misses
Sites 34 to 1jf for wgrften
A wopderfnl lot of suits at a Terr 'low, price in
the Basement Friday. ' K ' ' ;'114
Many Samples Women's Silk. Net
sniaH prc of
w . -
"50c Doubt Sent end
Knte Overalls. 39c
An eitra well sewed over
all, cut full and roomy.
About l.sOO Men's Negligee and
Golf 8hirts from our big shirt
purchase. Made of chambray,
oiaette, madraa and percale.
All neat patterns and worth up
to c. Special Friday. j
65 Dosen Men's Balbriggan, Mesh and
Liele Shtrta and Drawers- In white,
ecru and fancy mixtures. Worth to'
60c. 8pectal Friday, a gar- a
ment. fc and 35C
Rlas Tap It-yard
Waah Wg1ar-va.ll solera.
J. F. Coats Crochot Cotton
Tar aad Cedar Paper Ob
larg ahaet for
Il.e Netioa Besa
ro-yard apoola of Maahla
Thread at. apool
Plou ity,' formerly of OmaTia. and Mr.
Julian I. Farnahl of Iinherolis Wss
Celebrated Saturday evening of lasf week
in Sloua Cltv.
' Mrs. Famam lived for a number ef
resrs In Omaha and was a popular mem
ber of th high school set Mr. and Mrs.
pLrnlm wll reside In Mlnnespolls.
Orig-inal Cooking Club.
Mrs. George ' Frlns wss hostess .day
St th meeting of th erlgtnarCooklng
lub. Covers were placed for:
' Mesdames- ' -' Meedsmes
Oeerg Frlna. W. . f eepleton.
Josepn Bsrker. .1. T. btewart, li,
Pamuel Burns. 'W. H. Wheeler.
Ward Burgess. T.uther Kountse
Meshier Celpetzer, t'hsrles Kounts.
For prtduating Clasi.
' Miss Marlon Turner gave a lunrhehn
todav' at her home fn Council Bluffs" in
jionor bf the Senior class of BrowtieM
Hsrt. Just the class members -were pres
T.,r j. f na) jkf
r StfW SVV VI 'V.
Vomen's tni Misses' y.
Dres Skirts in many dif
ferent styles. White end
colored wash materials,
check and tan; plain v. hit
In fin duck. Repp, hudford
coras, etc. values to 11. 5.
For Men and Boys
Black cajtraa, good
quaJtty r u b b r
eoles. All etses.
Fine Scotch Cinfivam
33-inch, In all the wanted checks,
phUds? and - stripes sbscdutely
fast colors. 16c value- - oi
BpeciaJ Friday, yard...... JfC
Genuine Gaiatee Sitins
Th usual i7-inen wjrlth. Jn all
the wanted colors and styles:
for boys' waists, ' rem pera and
chljdren'a play garment. y i
J fo value, yard C
JJght weight, gummer finRham,
In a choice assortment of new
season's styles.'Values upff 1 "
j"j?Hft. 'TWh: ft. : fti,c
27iocI Hum' Qoth
A beautiful printed, soft, clingy
fabric. This aeason's newest and
.moat desirable fabric. Fast col
ors, uo value, Frf- a
day. yard ; v. DjC
', i r i t -'
. Fine analjty Ttd peftf, Blue Bell.
Utility and other staple brand.
Varoee to pc. Bempaotg and
full pieces. 1 Friday, "per i ;
yard . ....... i ....;....;.. nC
' I '
Tbouaenda of Yardg
Of all grades' ana Qualities ef
wash goods Mill remnants. Cal
ico. Ginghams', Percale lawns,
naln and Printed Batiste; "etc.
Friday, while lot lasts, i 1
. yard r. .?;r..'..V........ t
3S4nch Dreag Percale
FJne quality, IJght and darl
groupda. full M4 cloth. Neat
dot, stripes and figure. n
lOo value. Friday, yard . . OC
Sf-lnch, extra fine quality, soft
finish, free from dressing. Just
the "fabric1 for1 fine ladies' and
ehildreh'a lingerie. lt)c " n "1
Value.4" Friday, yard. : . . . OjC
7Jx0-Inch. - aoft rinleh. Good
grade '4- cotton: t lnch heme,
tdy for usa Friday, 39
In BatUte and 8ummer Net Cor
sets.' AIJ are guaranteed rust
proof. Long or medium a? A
length skirts. .. . . . .'. . . . U7C
Highly mercerised, hand loom
woven. Strong and durable,
permanent finish. ' 16o t
Friday yard ..fC
3$-bch Unbleached Muslin,
Full atandard L. L. anaiitv rter
the bolt. Friday. a 1
To match 4s
. ('and 4M-lnch
ff bleached 3-inch
ff heme. 10c value.
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