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Till-; HKE: OMAHA. FRIDAY, JULY 23, VJlo.
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Thursday, July 22, 1915.
THE Bummer seems to be quit In keeping with the quiet winter, and
the (till mora quiet springtime. In that there li an absolute dlrtb
of amusements for society folk.
Tiros was when the season stretched Itself to Include the en
tire part of June and the early days of July, at least orer Independence day,
but there has been no such spirit this year and except for the flurry of
festivities for a few visitors and the plans of the debutantes for next au
tumn, even the sspect of the fashionable world wonld be nil. '
The amusement of today Is Just the very smallest picnic party. En
that Is given do thonght, but hurriedly arranged for within an hour's time. ,
Today's event of any slse Is the luncheon given at the Happy Hollow club
by the Misses Alice Rnshton, Helen Shepard and Carolyn Holmqulst. The j
guests numbered forty-two and Included eight out of town gnests.
At Happy Hollow.
The largest luncheon for Uis day at
the Happy Hollow club was that given
by Hisses Helen Bhepard, Altr nuehton
an4 Carolyn llolmqutst. The guesta, fnrty
t o In number, were seated at a tare t
shaped table, which waa artistically dec
orated with pink Japan llllea, pink gladioli
and rmllax. Covers wera placed for:
3. V. Himhtnn, C. . bht-pard.
J. W. Holmqulst,
rorott:r Waller. CWinns K'lllott.
Elisabeth Crawford. Meritretha Orlmmel,
Htella Robinson, (rtrud Porter,
I tfirnthi Kalbach. Marie Hlnom.
I'ateraon, N. J-i
J.J.Is mora. .
New York City;
Kt. Paul. Mlnn.J
Eleanor Flndley, '
elite City, la.;
e Cltv, la.;
Mrs. C II. Marley and Mrs. C. B. Coon
Bva s luncheon fojjewed. by bridge to
day at the Happy Hollow club. In honor
of Mrs. Jack Cobura of Kanaaa City.
Mrs. E. F. Peterson had six guests at
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Benaoo will enter
tain eleven guesta at dlnnar Saturday
waning at tha Happy Hollow club; J. II.
ttushton will have six guests and M. M.
Tho Misses Gladys and Hasel Fowler
gave a ntlseellaneoue ahower st their
home Monday evening in honor of Mice
Ittfl Ram p. whoa weddlns will take
plnro Punday. July K. Tha evening waa
apent In muslo and games and tha guests
Clinton H mil ton,
VH. K. Fwlr,
1'annle r hmldt.
At the Country Club.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Spragu gave a din
ner laat evening at the Country olub,
oompllmentary to Mr. and Mr Jack
Barber. Covers wera placed fort .
Mam vs. and Meadamea
Vt. and Mra. J. & Hummer.
Mr. and Mrs. Y. B. CowglU enUrtalnod
U giieats at dinner laat evening at the
Comtry club; W. M. Uursoaa, fouri A.
J. Love, threei'j. A. C. Kennedy, two;
Ooneral Harries, thrM; Charlee E. Mrts,
four. ' '
Mr. and Mrs.. 11. W. epauldlng and Mr.
Jus) con Squires will have sum Is at din
ner Saturday evening at the Country
Mr. John Hanlghen entertained at din
ner laat everting at tha Country club In
honor of Mr. Robert. La.il ey of BevarUy, j
aiaae. a larsa oaaaai or pina cninaaa
lilies made an attractive table center-
1-1 oca and the gueau preaent were:
Meanra. and Meadamea
J. J. Hantghen,
Kliaabeth J teed.
F. n. Honhatotler,
Franoea J lochatet-
.Mra. Harry Jordan entertained eight
guaats Informally at luncheon today at
the Field club.
Mlas Haae.1 Degen was hoetees today at
a luncheon and bridge at her home In
honor of Mlas Nellie Elgntter, a bride
of next weak. Tha rooms ware abloom
with garden flowers and four table of
players war entertained. -
At Carter Lake Club,
Mlas Nell Leaver gave a luncheon at
Carter Lake club Wednesday. The table
was deooratod In pink and graen and a
eentarplac of pink rosea. The guests!
i . i. .
Col la, Haymr-nd,
The wedding of Mr. Frank A. Talbot
and Mlas Ella Florence Peterson was
celebrated Wednesday morning In Den
son. Tha ceremony wsa followed by a
wadding breakfast at tha Hotel ' Rom.
The tabl was decorated with pink oar
nations and asparagus fern and covers
were placed for twenty-four guests.
On the Calendar.
The usual fortnightly dance will be bald
at Fort Crook Saturday evening.
Mrs. Mary Van Oleaoa will leave Tua.
day of next weak for lirtar Cliffs Lodge
en the Hudeoa for the remainder of the
Mrs. Chart ea Kounts and Mrs. Luther
Xountse left this morning In their ear
for Lake OkaboJI. where they will spend
tha coming week-end.
Mlas Irene McCaig left laat evening te
Join her unola, Mr. W. A. Haroaberger
of Ashland, Neb., and family, at their
summer camp at Alexandria, Minn. They
will return by auto, vialtlng tn Mlana
apoluH ft, Paul, Pes Molnea and points
IIAHY SINGERS ARE
HERE SECOND TI1IE
Fire Tears Ago German Singrri
Also Held Their Saengrrfett
MAST EJTEOUTE TO THE COAST
The Saengerbund of the Northweat, the
singing eaaociatlon which la now holding
It biennial aaengerfeat. or ,,fatlTal of
alnglns." as It would be tranalated Into
Kngllah, la composed of eeventy-elght aa
soclatlona. throughout a large part of
tha nortbweetern section of the United
HUtes. ' .
The twin rltiea, M. I'aul snd Minne
apolis, ha,ve ten of theee aesoclatlons,
Milwaukee haa eight. Chicago has nine.
In Nebraaka there are nine, located as
follows: Two in Lincoln, two in Colum
bus and one each In Omaha, Stanton,
Talmage, Grand Iatand end Kaatinga.
fee for Mealc.
These aaeoclatlona are the greatest or
ganisation for singing In this country.
Realdes having tha genlue-apark, namely
the Inherent love of mualn end song, the
affairs of the organlaatlona are handled
in a bualneee-lik way snd with true
harmony. Tha organization la free from
the Internal atrtfa that marks many other
organisations and they have held their
aaengerfeata continuously from 186S to
the preaent time.
Tha flret featlval was held in La
Croeee, Wla, in There were seven
singing eoclette represented.
For four years the festivals were held
annually Instead of biennially as now.
It waa sntirsly a YViaconain organisation
then. In 1897 the festival waa held in
Watertown. Wis.: In 1H In Milwaukee
and the next year in Madison, Ry this
time twenty-two societies wera repre
sented. The rule of biennial saengerfests waa
adopted In V&9 end continues to this time.
The first saengerfeet held outside of
Wlaoonaln was st Dubuque, la.. In 187 J.
Since then they have been ' held in
various slates of the west
Hera Fir Tears Age.
The big affair came to Omaha for the
first Mm In 1S10, at' which time sixty
two association wera represented.'
The present . aaengerfest should have
bean held laat year, but was postponed
to this year to enable delegations from
states to the east to "kill two birds with
one atone'' by going to the exposition
on the Feoiflo coast. . Xt was planned to
hold ItMn Denver. A wave of prohibition
swept Colorado and made it impossible
to get the German nalonal beverage in
the Colorado . city, as was started by
Feat-President Btrelilow in.hla address
Wednesday evening. So the masting
plate was transferred to Omaha and tha
local committee haa don herculean work
in getting everything in readiness In alx
months' ' time instead of the usual two
Omaha, therefore, besides , being .the
farthest west city to entertain the sing
ers, has attained that distinction twlo
tn five years. f
JULIA IS LONG OH
Hat More in Proportion to Number
ef People Carried Than the
HOPJE WORK THAN IT CAN DO
More life preservers per capita of
trew are etored on tho Julia" than
Vere on the Lusltanla or on the Ti
tanic. Captain W. B. Stevens does
not Intend thathls crew, which con
sists of a deck hand and. himself,
tbail want for facilities of escape It
the "Julia" Is torpedoed by a cotton
wood snag on the Missouri.
O-rrtcsd in the lull are stowed away
lenty-U,lit Ufa belts, all nrw and in
"What in thn world do you do with all
of those T" tlio raitain was a Wed.
"1 )ut keep them to make sure," h
replied, as lie spat fnto the whlriipg
watr (4 the Hi Muddy. "To tll the
troth, I pat tliera thnr a year' or more
so when 1 lined to take tha family and
friends out on the lakea down aouta for
a fieliing expedition. We wanted to be
sate; and sine I came up her 1 have
nevar takon then oft. They dou't bother
.s where they are, and they are always
a dU thing to have around."' .
Tte tlilrty tons of corn the Jntla
brought down on this trip has all been
iihh.dod em), alatvllng on the bank of
the Tivrr at the foot of tha Douglas
street bridge, awaits the coming of the
elevator conusr. y.
Tie Julia la hauling com down from
locator fvr la cents a hundred pounds,
or i a tun. At that figurs the boat Is
saving the fumer of Pecaiur another
l'l crnl a bushel. They used to ferry
h ir corn aurora tl:e river and tliea have
It hauled by m road to Onawa. Than
thy had to pay to be ferried bark empty,
Tl.o U-Ul cost per bushel to st It to
Inarkft that way, cofiajdering tha dit-f-rrn'w
in market prue biwa the
tw lnirket and the Onah market
ulS cnU per bushel titshur, according
to the story the farcnera have U.14 Cap
tain tilrvtu. than the coat stow of get
t:'.fc' It tj OtlMtha.
A fsrtDor at Calhoun tiiad te pac
sua -Jo CiK'lala BUvwil yeatarday to abaa
1jii his rrsular ruu btwea Oinaha and
I-. atur, aDd run only brtwsea Omaha
CeJhoUB. T'-'a fanner tuisl tha ccp
tu;n ( wcuid rktaritea to give t.lm
. i. h rrtdn from his own farm to keep
Iiiin vvurhtuje until lie r.ioaod up the
ir. The ijtjln rvfwwd the otff or,
l,i:firr, m l.s r.Ks ar.d to txke tl.
irij,r i -o b-la Otnaha and ! atur.
. Largest Ever Held
by the Association
A bigger attendance at the saengerfest
of Uli than at any of the twsnty-flv
saengarfeets that preceded It
i That la tha record that has already been
established by the big event.
In spit of the fack that Omaha la the
farthest west city tn which the feetlval
has ever been beid. it Is estimated that
seventy singing associations are "repre
In 1912 at 8t Paul. Whin., there were
sixty-eight represented. And at Oinaha
in ll'lv sixty-two associations were In the
representation. ' -
Itreutora are delighteS.
And the weather is not the least de
lightful feature of the atfair. It is be
having Itself splendidly.
As Paul Althousa, the tenor, said: "It
couldn't possibly b better, snd I he
every reaaon to believe it will continue.
Whyt rteceun'! have brought my um
brella and it never rains when I do that."
Mayor Ihlmn in his address of wel
come Wednesday took eredlt for ths
SHRINERS PASS THROUGH
OMAHA OM THEIR WAY HOME
Tli first of three trains of 2fedlnah
Temple Bhriner passed through! Omaha.
Two others are due within a few days
snd they will bring back the delegation
of Chicago enrlner who want to tlve exposition.
Uedtnah Temple Is ths largest Bhrlne
Temple In America, and about RO of its
membvrs are on tha three trains now go
ing east. 'The other two trains still dus
here will arrtvo next weak. One is due
here on Sunday and the other will arrive
the Thursday following.
When you want
fresh cake, ask the
flavors, fresh every day ha
all the delicacy end flavor of
home-mads cake, Jaade by
Jo)a-'yfaa) tymcvn (Jwoain;
SWS4TS ST WHMM
Mason & Ilamlin Co.,
Gentlemen: - .
The tonal quality cf the. pianoforte is of the
utmost import&cco to the singer when the piano is
used rs aja accompaniment. I have thought for some
time of purchasing a new piano, and, as you may
imagine, I have been very careful la my selection. I
write a line to say that I have decided upon the
Ll&son & Hamlin and have just purchased one of
yoar Pittsburgh agents, because I believe it com
bines to an incomparable degree the very qualities
w hich appeal to the truly musical nature. I congrat
ulate you on these unrivalled pianos.
(Signed) cimiSTiin: 1HLLEH.
' June) S3, 115. '
Mitt Miller i$ th leading $oornof th
atTt;crfet and hat a Hasan & Hamlin Piano
in her cpartmntt vflf A FontenelU Hotel
1513 Douglas Street
AMERICAN POLO PLAYER WINS FAME AS AVIA
TOR Elliott 0. Cowdin, well known polo player of New
York and a Harvard gradnate, now in France, has been
promoted to the rank of sub lieutenant and mentioned for
bravery. It is said that he destroyed a German taube in
midair, single-handed, in a battle over Verdun.
Tarn wax Itarhelora.
(Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
BERN K, SwHserland. June IS. A tax
on all bachelors and spinsters over 98
years of age has been enacted by the
German town of Keiohenberg. In addi
tion to the ordinary income tax thay will
be aaaeaaed - per cent on Income U
than 1500 a year, the rate rising to U per
cent n Incomes of over $2,600.
PAREHTS TO HAVE
DAY 111 THE PARKS
Playground Superriion to GiTe the
Grownups m Well aa Childrtn
a Ounce to Play.
PBOGBAKS FOR DAT OUTLINED
Tarents' day will be) held .at tho
public recreation centers as follows:
1'ontenelle. Jnly 28;. Miller and
Bemls parks, Jnly 2; Thirty-fourth
and leaven worth streets, July 27;
Ilanscora park, July .30; Konntza
park, July 31; Rivervlew, Aucust 1.
The following circulars issued for dis
tribution at these play centers explain
the new feettrres of the "public recrea
"The above day is set aside as a
neighborhood festival for the parents and
children who live near the park. Tha
object of thla festival is a get-acqaainted
"The new expert playground super
visors are now to charge of the play
ground from 11 a. ra. to t p. m. every
day, and ' they are desirous of making
the acquaintance of both the parents
and children In the neighborhood.
"On this day a very rich program of
game, athletic events, story telling, folk
dancing, a new kind of ball gam for
boys, stunts, tennia for older ones, vol
ley ball, quoits for 'grown-up,' and
many other events which will make ths
"7ou are Invited to come in the morn
ing after i oVloch and bring your lunch)
along and enjoy a pic-nlc under the tree),
" Three ar your parks snd voiw p4w
grounds. Those In charge are anxloW
that you receive the greatest poeaiblo
benefit from them. Therefore you are
moat cordially Invited to attend on thla
WOULD STOP STORAGE OF !
EXPLOSIVES NEAR FLORENCE
John CBourke, owner of a farm aAV
Jacent te the storage houe of the EL &
CHipont . de Nemours company. nea
Florence, ask In a suit in district court
that the company be permanently en-
Joined from storing dynamite, gtanV
powder or nitroglycerin there. , .
The petition atlegea that these explo
sives are capable of destroying life and
property for a distance of more thai!
one mile. .It assert that unless the in-n
Junction la granted the plaintiff will suf-
fer great and Irreparable injury, tor j
which there la no adequate remedy all
D.. Kewlee, Cn. .r CM.
Dr. King New Discovery should be) j
In every home for coughs and cold..
Children and aged like 1U SOo. All I
druggists. Advertisement. , , j
PROMINENT ORGANIST OF j
ST. PAUL VISITS HEUBj
3fr. Crsndnll, organist at the Hou
of Hope church in 6t. Faul and friend o4
Mr. and Mrs.' T. J. Kolly of Omaha,
paaaed through here on her way to Call'
fornla. The House of Hope churoh la theil
most wealthy one in ths city "ef fV
Paul, and lately has erected a new struoa,
tur at a coat of over half a million dol
lars, containing one of the finest organ
l- the country. '
FZFTIi AVSNUO sued FIFTY NINTH ST.
The coolest hotel in New York. Overlooking Central
Park. Within easy distance of all theatres and shops.
Your address known the world over while you stop
at The Plaza.
. OUTDOOR TERRACE AND SUMMER GARDEN
Special Dancing Features
Single Rooms with Bath, $3.50 np Doubts Rooms with Bath, $5.00 a
Ts reset iai er I sera fertker iaforasrie
sSdrns FRKU STERHY, M ! Dimnr
Basfemept Money Savers for Friday!
About 500 Pairs Women's
as ta laeast atyle d taaahses. Bawsm
bid, etoih baek, mush Isather, srhMs
Hrlitla Mteas. All wliKi nahsipk with
btaek atptng, and patent lealaer with
end salty elath eaartn.
Tbey as U auea.
- 1 1
"' nwimiLiiiniii ..,., .H, ' 1 1 mu MiMn. mi ''ii...uiima
Our Once-a-Year Sale of
Ween en's silk beat and lisle sad aattsa
lies mls-sntd). Mastly btoeka and
whHea. asms colors.". O sal a larg
bariraia soara. They are irarth r
p t toe a pair. Prie fr rlC
A .Determined Clearance nSac Ttdo Days Friday and Saturday of
Priced so low that they cannot help but go in a hurry. ' This is the supreme, moment
for feminine 'Omaha. Note the prices below and then just come and see the dresses.
For another lot ef porch and housa
dresses 4nany samples In this lot.
SI, S1.25 and S1.60 values. Wds
af fanoy crepes, fine glnghsms and
percales, chambrays, etc, light and
dark psttsms; a broad range ef
sixes, as well as extra sizes
Several hundred children's colored
wash dresses, agss 2 to 6 and S to
14 yesrs; all good wash mstsrlsl
In all the newsst styles, SOc, 75c
and $1 vsluss. Crsps, fine glng
hsms and chambray, etc, suspsrv
dsr stylse, middy and sailor offsets,
tte. Splsndld dressse fer early
school wsar. Better buy In Q.
a supply new, a)OC
Your choice of any summer dresa In ths bsssment, made of fins
summer wash fabrics, all newest, up-to-dste styles; ever 300 te-
chooa from. Worth from iJii up te $7.50, , all
pretty styles. Geod range ef slse from 1S te 44,
black and white combination
Several hundred very pretty white and eolored street dressss,
porch dressss, houe dresses; made of good wash - a OA
fabrics. 81ze In this lot run up to Mi 12.50, S3 and M
13-60 valuee. Also many fine all-black lawn drsss. . . .V
Hundreds ef white and colored wssh dresses ef every kind street
dresses, porch dreeeee and house dressse. Elaborate white dressss,
fsncy colored dreeses as well as plain. Materials" are most any
kind you can think of fin retina, novelty wash materials, fine
ginghams, pique, repp, voile, tSseoee, etc women's misses' Q
and Junior six. 11.50 te S4XO sre ths farmer price. Fr. Xm
day and 'Saturday for, July clearance..... 4 vef
Your, choice of about 400 women's
and misses' house drsssss. 60c, 7 So
and $1 vslues, all grouped Into one
lot fer July clearsnce. AH good
stylos and mstsrlsls psrcais, ging-
For odis and ends' ef girls' wssh
dressss and rompers; 25e and 39o
values, all good wash mstsrlsls,
many different styles, most- Q
ly 2 te S-year azta IQC
Your eholcs ef any girls' dress,
white er colored. In the bssement
dspartmant, former prices
up te H0, at
, rSSe AKD tS UBKSS AT IS
A aasaW let a rmxrr Hasaa, essx
atstlns a Uic. eeaterpiense. eta
aUsbUy sailed, tsiperfecttoa.
as SntCADS a BOLSTMS AT BS
- One bt ef sersaeVs I the ersehet
kia4, aa4 bsisien as Maraelilea a4
a ii 1 1 a4s, rscaJstW sis.
sa FADUI.MU IS
Ahmmi IS W af 4-bM-hXaMa
swotting, ta eBl fleeeaa ktaKrar
' Se TABLH LI"Tf Me
Aba Se 7rtls f bleaeAed a4
rxMwa labia aame.k. all la desiraltl
leagtba aa4 a nn at g altera.
JH A WD laa CRA8H AT Ba.
I.aee Fanla af crah, blsarbssl ts4
UNsmM, Unas) natah and
Uasa, b aa4 te-jae iMstks.
Cotton Fabrics fdr Hot Weather
tlae eaaUiy eea aais i h irall
hnswa ana aaalrabM
rerett ('1tw, Jte B..I. - f
Bates aad Mkm. Vaiaea l")f
te lVi f., Fvtaar nlr T
Sl-Iaeh 4res gtachansa, pm ladi
dye. aa all th Issdlsg ekaebs aad
tnasa affeeta, ataslatilr J t
fas eaters, Se vaiaea, Tri- CL AC
dar, yard 4C
Mill iwawli dress nllM, (1, M ad
4-lsrk. Beaatlral abeer buum
(abrtea. abselaUIr fasa. Val- . sa
as a be IS yard, rrtdag TJf
S I Brh'dreaa' aweala, ssaetlr Uki"
BhieUitg aad srarsw styles,
rati standard aaiity, te
rmine, Friday aly, yard. . ...
"itaaallfal e-iach seised saiiea. k
ail tb aww s. .see's stylaa. Tbey
mm bs fall Wit aad me ssspl,
drspewd styles, sis, bbssr. n I
erta aad datelyi IS aad ISAf
le sliMt, rrUay. yard
ae.erai thesssad yards aaUl
aaata aad raraaante frees ateek f atl
Sradea ef sraeh seeds parities, ealr
sees, b. was, battata, aaa. toag , a
aerrteeabU leagtha, ssir AAF
Mtcbad, FrMay, yard
Mill raauaat ef SS-lneh fla saft
nnlab ara.Ua Wag eWtb aad eaaa-
brtcs. direct rraaa Ike ItojUmm
Bleackeryi aiaas a ta II Vie
yard, SYkfay anly, yard
1-Iwk ' U aviaUd aabT
krtk. taa ebirtea. ate., a siess eal
at all arses lanrtas, .hart Uagla
aad raasalatag bans, wall
Utay laat rrldag. at
ee-tea aablaaeba abeating, extra
fla weave, gsid ssiitiaabl yaraa.
ear naua, aaaiiy llncan,
ee aiaas, rnday aaly.
II aad aiak blaakad sht..le. a. ft
riaUb. ettkar piste ar bslltrbsd
gad eaailty. S-sseh baas. a
Se aad 4s Ta la as FiMsy .1f
eMe. sack 7!TZ . .V''
Abaat IS bolta left treat ear apeeial
parr baas af kirk elass Imparted nav
elty waab goods, kt while aad eTra
Ing abadaa, rrnpi. ratkia. hraeadas,
rte elatks. ste. ST, 4 aad f
4 bask wkt. wartb Me a I SC
ak w a
Enrtlsh fcraeaded erepc, la pink, etas,
Jasper, laveader, taa. rpeahacaa.
tbi m a re,sa rabrie and
aBsalately fast ralar.) tse
Talus, ST la. wide, yard.
f silk aad eartea dies
is ht iaaaaarda aad arlatad
daatgaa, fraaa I I 4-yard a a.
aeagtba. ataay I saalck, ST I Sf
aad larks wtd UU
tk I tee a
Special Sale Friday of
3 Silk Remnants
Remnants of 24-Inch fouisrds, messalins,
poplins, tsffstas snd crsps, In lengths
up to I yard, worth SOo par yd. at, yd.
July Clearance SaJe Clack Silk Retnn&nU
Rsmnsnts of 36-Inch and 40-Inch black silk
tsffstas, crapes, chsrmeuse, poplins, messalins,
mstsore, radiums, etc., stc in waist and sMrt
Isngths, at about ens-half regular price.
A h.ie.rtar's aaa.pl a
at ik a, larladlag nwiiiaa, tatlataa,
alia, (.eertatte, eravwa, ate. 1 hf
rare barsaiu a Sie. ar rrktay
Reassats f Silks, wartk t $1.50, ytr. 69c
St. CO 40-inch Crepe de.Chine
H. 00 SS-ineh Teffetee
SI. CO 35-inch Me$talinee
S1.S0 40-inch Poplin
S 1.50 40-inch Crepe Meteor r
SI.50 40-inch Foulard.
Worth to $1.50 per yard, Friday at 69c
Notion Box Sale
Each box con tuns hair pins,
needle, thread, darning cotton,
i-pina, safety pin, tape, school
tablet, large be'V shoe polish,
hair nets, elastic, hooka and eye.
clamps, and many . other item
which are not adver
notions all for.
iy . ouoer items
Diamond C Soap, 10 hare......22o
20 Mule Team Borax, 1 lb. pkg..."o
Johnson's floor Wax, 14b. can..20o
Wizard Pleer Oil, $1.00 ean 4.0 O
Jap Crepe Toilet Paper, 10c kind,
""a fer 5C
Liquid Veneer, 1 else bottle.... C3o
Whisk Brooms, worth 23c, atv...0o
Wrl.hfs Oliver Cream, 25c elaew.JGo
Straw Hat Clssner, "with hrusK...0o
of Value Giving
Will Ee Reached Friday and Saturday in
Our Daaement Clothing Dept.
Men's and Young Men's Suits
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and colore.. t&Q te $12 vsluss, Fridsy and Sat.
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1,100 Pair Men's Pants Pure worsteds, $230 and
$3.50 values, Friday and Saturday, As na
Men's and Young Men's
Khaki Pants, $1.00
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