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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1915)
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J3j I1ELLIFICIA. Thursday, September 23, 1915.
WELL, young Averiil llarriman hat ended bit short engagement
with a quiet Maw England wadding, and will, I hop, bring hla
biida with him on hla next trip to Omaha to wa may look her
over, and wish tham both long life and an overflowing rup of
happiness. A lot of our Omaha rorlaty folk will b. epeelally Intereated
ia aaaing Just what kind of a girl waa picked by young Mr. Ilarrlman tor
hia Ufa partner, for it It an open secret that more than one fond mamma
lay awake nigbta when he mi here latt winter learning the rope at the
Union Pacific headquarter, wondering whether her daughter wa exciting
any power of attraction over auch a deelrable retch. It la an open secret,
too, that more than one of Omaha'a fairest biida waa aurprlaed at hia cold
polttensss, not a aoul knowing at that time that ha had left a rtrl behind
him down eaat ia whom he had already centered hit attention.
Hut there'a Just at good fish in the aea aa ever waa caught, at the old
woman uaed to aay, and we'll have tome brilliant made-tn-Omaha matchea,
J net the tame, and before long at that.
The wedding of Mr. W. Averlll Hsrrl
man, wtio spent part of last winter In
Omaha, and Ml Kitty Lanier Uwrnc
took place Tuesday at Uenoa, Maaa., and
what anight easily have boon a grand
society aplurge waa a quiet, simple evnt.
Only about thirty guest were Invited.
nd the ceremony waa performed In the
rburch. which had been decorated In pink
Mm. Kdward H. llarriman. with har
daughters, aire. Charles Cary Itumaey
and Mies Carol A. Ilarrlman. were In at
tendance. Cbarlee I. Lawrence. J. Halloday Phli
Wn and Charles H. Marahall seated' the
guaeta. E. Roland N. Harrlman waa hla
brother's beat men. Miss Lawrence en
tered the ehuroh with her grandfather,
Charfoe Lanier, with whom aha haa lived
etnee her parent' death. Bhe did not
have any attendant.
liar wedding gown waa plain, of white
aatla and tulle. The service waa per
formed by Dean William af . Groavenor
at the Cathedral of Ft. John the Divine,
nd Her. Williaa Weed, twntor of Trin
. Afterward, at Allan Wlnden. the home
of Mr. Lanier, there waa a large recep
tion, Mr. Harrlmaa and hla bride receiv
ing in the muaie room. To thla reception
wara aahad about MS of the Lanox eolony.
aa ware the femtllea of the men who
work en the Allan Wlnden eatate. Mr.
and Mra. Ilarrlman left In the afternoon
In their private er for their honeymoon.
Alter a wadding Journey they will re
turn to Arden House at liarrhnan, N. T.,
where they will live for the present.
For Settlement "Workers.
The board af directors or the Social
Rettlement gave a luncheon at the home
of the president. Mra. Philip Potter,
Wednesday, complimentary to Miss J se
cts Powell Arnold and Mlee Sophie Adams
of the aattiemaat house etaft.
Mlae Maud Bmith f Council Bluffs, a
Votveretty of CMoaaro Settlement .worker,
was a special guest. Mum Iaura Bcott
waa named .to aucceed Mra. J, W. Rob
bins aa secretary and Mra J. B. Porter
la new member of the board. .
Other dtreetore present at the luncheon
Meedamoa - Meeds me "
4'hariee Aull. . . , Harold HUford.
Vidians F. Baxter, .'. K. Johaniie. .
W. K. Ulnshajn. L. M. lord. .
A, W. llowmto, K. W. Nash.
11. V, Purkley. Kdaar H eVolt.
J. 11. Iiuraoat, iJreuer fmlih.
K. P. Fail.
The wedding of Miss J3llalelr. JB. Old,
daughter of Mr. and Mra. 3. K. Olds,
and Uoyd N. Tryon. aoa of Mr. and Mrs
K. A. Tryon, took place Tuesday after
noon at .o'clock at the home of the
brule'a parent. Rev. W. O. Jones per
formed the eeramony, which waa wit
nessed by only the relative and a few
Immediately after the rrremony a
lunotieaa waa aerved te those present.
Among the out-of-town guest were
Mra. W. A. Pet tan and Mr. Pern David
son of Waltl.Ul, Nab., aoualna of the
brtdr; J. A. Murphy of Ltnooln, uncle of
the bride, atnd Or. Lee, also of Lincoln.
The young; couple left on the afternoon
train for Ihe east, and will be at home
to their frtenda after October IS.
For Bridal Couple.
Mr. Dread Stbbernesn la 'entertaining
at dinner thla evening at the Omaha
club, complimentary to Mlaa Ross Smyth
aed Mr. CLeaeaoe Dlbberoaoa. (Covers
will be plaeed (or: ( ,
M lea a- . Miseee
JUae Smyth. ' Marv Le of
1-ivten Murohr, Chloaau,
Beatrice Goad. Torothy Hall.
Jr-ne ioaa. Knarnte Patterson.
f-uuMnoe ffibbernaan. Edward Kmyth.
Keward Murphy. Allmrt rltltrin.
AUan Tukey, Llrexel Hlbhernsen.
Ta Kanor Brido-Elent
Miss Helaei Epeeetar wiu ai a tee at
the Hotel PonisnsU thla aftamooa lor
Viae Rose Smyth, whose turiiui tn air.
Ctaaenaa aUbberan . will be celebrated
nest week. Those preoeat will be:
Mrs. Rldnsy Smith of JIarUord, Conn
VI re. hruue Lateusor.
VI war-. Mtasis
Fieae Hmyth, Irene fned.
Ut-rr Lea of . Marjorle Uowlaad.
f'l,ii-ao, Hrlxn Murphy.
IUnh l tmlm M.u ta..
brlile'a pereiils. Tlie marrtsae lines were
tesd by Itev. K. B. Tsft of f Ira re Paptist
The bride's gown of whit crepe
do chene trimmed with lar. Hhe won
a bridal wrath af llllea of the valley end
carried a bouquet of bride a roses.
Miss Ida Andereon, a childhood chum,
attended the bride. Hhe wore pink allK
creoa and carried Klllarney roees.
Mr. t'herles Wood wss beet men.
A reception wet held aftr the aieddlng
lor over aisty gueels. The rooms were
profusely oWoroiad with flower a.io
Mr. and Mrs rrutlel will make ther
home at Rosalie, Neb.
A pretty home waddrna tuok place
Wednesday evening at the home of the
bride a parenta. Mr. and Mra. F. W. Mel
cher, when their daughter, MUai Prances
Melcher, heeame the bride of Dr. Clarence
F. Patten of Omaha. The ruv. Leonard
Oroh of St. Mark'a Lutheran church per
formed the ceremony. The douhls ring
service waa uaed.
Dottalaa Melaher. brother of the bride,
played the Lohengrin wedding march,
and Mra. f). A. Meber aang Cadmaa'a
The bride wore a gown of Ivory cldffon
taffeta and carried a shower bouquet of
brlde'a roses and lilies of the valley. The
tulle veil waa held In place with llllea
Of t! valley.
Miss Flora Melcher, slater of the bride,
waa maid or honor, ami Miss Msbla
Braada cf West Point, Neb., was brides,
maid. Puth were aowned alike in Nils
green crape da china and carried bou
qiiet of aunhurst roeea.
Llttls Miss Dorothy Phillip of Sheri
dan. Wyo., acted aa ring tearer, carry
ing both tinaa tn an Kaatsr Illy.
Arthur W. Knapp waa beet n-an.
The roome of the home were prettily
deeorated with palms, fern ami autumn
Moesoma. After the ceremony a recep
tion waa held for relative of the bridal
couple, and refreehmente 'served.
Dr. and Mra. Patten will be at home
after November 1. at JU7 lirown street.
Lteutanant JMimldt of Tease rity, who
haa been la . the city for a few dava.
leavaa this evening for Camp Douglas,
Mr. William Prannan has returned
from Lincoln, where she accompanied
1 1 - . riaVfw i-a-- i' it
-'d .(rlb-.Thf'.fitT I
Soottisii ZiU Womu'i Club.
The Scotlieh JUta Woman a (4ub tuam
bere will meet 1 the cathedral Friday
. aneraeoa at 11 o rJook a ad go in
; a body e the Teberascle. whara "Mllly"
! Bitnaay wiu preacn a apecisi sennon
' lioeartng msrUiere and jnajui mothers. A
r serration haa bsaa mado for the mv
! era of thla alub. 1
Mr. Albert Tluber of Rock U.and. 1U..
au Mies Lydla L. Uofer of Lenox, l
ens maj-rtod by the Iter. B. fctnne at
arlock this enariitng at Sc Mary
TUe krldal ouuple were attended by
air. Vai J, por and Mra tara Haley
t Inoa. ta. Prof. Theodore Rudolph
Kevea played the bridal ihorus and wad
dtag ass rob from LotMauarrut. while Mies
t-ouna Reese oa "Oh. Promise Me."
Tbe wedding braakbtat waa aerved at
the home of Mr. and Mra. Val J. Peter.
Mr. and Mra. Huber are now on thaar
wddlr.g trip ta Clilaaa-o, and tbay will
tnka Uer hm ta BWoa Ulead. 111.
V,Ji tLg tkLl Set.
Mr. Clarence Darlow. eon of Mra. Al
fred Darlow, haa gone to ltuaca to re
eunat hla atudlea at Coraall tnlaratty.
Tba wedduig of Mlaa BXiiel Wood.
du-htr of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Wood.
' sod B. Theodora burtel was soicmnlsed
W e4aey evaiilog at tb bom of the
KOSt tGlltt 8D1 tStf)
sosps rr:t be rutbed
end rutted to cct a
uftsa Xht ivater U hzrt.
Utbers instsnfiy end
tredy tn terd cr eoft
water, rinses sway like
inarlc. Iczvlai tbt tkla
eottead perfectly desn.
Voitr Dealer S!U It
her dauahter. Miss Buaenla Brennan,
who I attending the state anrvertlty.
While In liateoln Mrs. Rrenaan waa a
gveat of Mrs. C. M. Down.
On the Calendar.
The Pagalco club I plannlna a dancing
party to be glren at Knag park, Septem
In and Oat of the Bee Hive.
Dr. and Mra. O. R. Hoffman have gone
en a vacation visit to tlis east, which
will take tham to New Tork. Buffalo and
other points for several weeks.
IS FINED A DOLLAR FOR
SPEEDING WITH A TRUCK
Will Mslvln. X North Twenty-second
street, charged with exceeding the speed
limit with an auto delivery truck, waa
arraigned in police court and fined tl
KING AK IS ABOUT
READY FOR CROWDS
All Concenion Spate it Sold and
Plant for the Bif Parade
AUTOS A1E BEING DECORATED
Final arrangementa are being
made for the forthcoming A k -Bar-Den
feat I val to be held la Omaha
next week, commencing Wednesday,
Feptember 21, and concluding Satur
day, October p.
The grand entrance to the carnival
rrounda is now nearly completed and
r 1 COFFEE
.( , FOR 2 LD. CANS
Cpcetsl to Teachers
aid Schools el Music
High Grade fl'prlgtit and
Grand Plauue fur
tiBt, JJ.tl I M0R(B III f p
Ftee tuning, Insurance,
tool and acarf. Six montha
rent allowed If yvu dactaa to
ItizzTM & t:t",j fl::i Ca,
lSll-ll rarwaaa, Samg. 183.
ready for the decorator, the show
rpare and concession grounds allot
ted and every detail ia now in compe
tent bands for completion.
Representatives of the Vortham slioms,
who will this year provide all the en
tertainment features, are on the spot
and making arrangements for the big
gest caralvai features the city has ever
had. no lees than twenty-one separate at
tractions having been contracted by Uie
committee on entertainments.
There will be several big featurea con
nected with the Wortham ahowa. among
which will be a big aoctety horse ahow
featuring Mlee Onto Pay and the equine
parados "Arabia," the borse with a
human brain: a Roman hippodrome, with
numeroua big animal features, and a
herd of performing elephnnta and the
Human FUo. where Mile. Marie Fanchon.
late a vlvandlere in the Chaasaiira IM
Afrlque of the French army, drives a
racing automobile around a perfectly
perpendicular wall In eompany with three
other riders on motorcycles aed In autos.
i "a ratio will he a feature of this year's
celebrations and there will be a monster
auto pdrado. In which no less then fifty
decorated cars and a lam number of
decorated motorcycles will participate.
Valuable prlsea will be offered for the
moet artistic deelgns and October t haa
been act for this big feature.
Dad Weaver, secretary to the board at
governor, report that the apace at hla
disposal this year la entirely adequate
for the purpose If all applications for
cnncesnlona were to be entertained and
that eo famous haa the Ak- ar-den cele
brations become all over the country that
grounds ten times the also could be easily
used. An application haa even bean re
ceived from Tart. Franca, this year from
a firm of amusement caterer to exhibit
a feature In tho way of a man riding a
motorcycle around a track one foot In
breadth and 100 yarda tn circumference,
erected loo feet in the air. ConeMeratkm
for the spectator's nerve haa Prompted
Mr. Weaver to decline this feature.
OFFICIALS MEETING HERE
Some twenty of the general ajid division
superintendents, together with master
mechanics and other officiate of the op
erating department of the Partington
lines west of the Missouri river are at
the local headquarters holding a femhy
meeting for tba purpose of lining wp op
erating matters for the winter campaign.
The BurUngton'a family meeting la pre
sided over by Vice President Byram, in
charge of operaUona, who came over
from Chicago ta confer with the men.
The maetiag la not for the purpose of
outlining new policies, but rather that
the effldata may talk ahop and lay their
plana for efficient operation of train
during the ooming winter.
Baw Tkrwt Ml f heet.
Quickly relieved by Dr. Bell a Pine-Tar-Honey.
It eaaea the throat, soothe the
hinge, loosen phlegm. Only Be. All
d rueslets. Advertisement.
ur interest to atoui women we
are now ehewing an excellent aaaort
ment af tulta, Caata, Dreaaea, Sklrta,
Houae Dreeaee, Petticoat, ate, all
new fall atylea. In aixea 39 up ta 6.
Low pel sea.
' 111 1 L J- 'B' 11,11 m l .Wll IHII.I III! nil i
l.iX-raao a !... i , J- r , -- , Mriiajigg--t,rirtll),rMM, yfi
New Fall Serve Dresae and
Fancy PlaJda for Giria, aea 6 to
14 yara Very apeoaJ, at $1.49,
tlXS, $2.43 atul $2.95.
Autumn Readiness in the Great Bargain Basement
Now comes Brandeis Stores' famona bl? basement with great full stocks of new fall apparel at prices to please both your taste and
purse. We believe that the time to give extra values is when demand is at its height when you need the merchandise when our value
giving policy can be most emphatically demonstrated. That is the progressive merchandising policy that has made our basement known
for fulL liberal value with good dividends of satisfaction to its thousands of customers.
New Suits, Coats, DressesEconomy the Keynote
Many of these new fall garments are copies
fur trimmings you will find in models at several
Women's, Misses' & Juniors' Suits
$9.95, $12.48, $13.85, $14.85
Wa are now ehowlng aaveral hundred correct
atyle new fall eurte at these apacial law awiooe.
Doxene of pretty new effects, fitted and box-bacr-atylea,
many fur trimmed: varloue length coat, new
plaited and wide flare ekrr-te.
They are made of fine broadcloth, all-wool
poplin, aerge, gabardine, whlpoord, nevelty
clotha, two-tone clothe, ate, in all the new
colore African brown, new army blue, field
mouaa gray, new green, etc. Belted eutte,
braid trimmed eulta, fur trimmed eulta, plain
Theee eulta are all eoptee of high priced modeia,
reproduced to aell at taw price. Fine all-wool ma.
terlala, fine linings, Koaliont werkmanehip. The
equal of eulta for a lot mare than the aaked price.
or adaptations of original Paris designs, possessing all the new lines, the smart fabrics, and
times the prices. Come Friday and see what we have gathered of the new, good things.
Womens' and Misses' Dresses
Ars. r, -r oe ae; q qc ei a oe
' ua S J .a "V. fee-r. TS, wspj dai
Buy a Coat Now
Fall weight materials suitable for wear right new.
Hundreda to aalact from white eoata, corduroy eoats,
aerge, aatlns, mixtures, diagonals, etc. leasee of
atylea, all new, correct fall modeia. Prli
$3.95, $4.95, $6.95, up to
New fall and winter atylea are here, all
copies of higher priced favorite models. A
wonderful selection at each price, many differ-.
ent atylea, all new feature) aUk and aerye and
aerje combbuuSona, taffeta with chiffon
ateeres, allflk poplma, plain and fancy arrse
Yoa can select now from a food many
hundred different dreaaea, all new and correct
atylea, at great saving.
Girls' School Wear
Bring the glrie to the new Baaement Annex and
outfit them for echool at great eavlnge. We are now
showing a great Una of Dreaaea, Coata, Sweater Coat a,
etc, Juat what you need, at extreme low pricae.
$1.95 and $2.95
Take your choice from over 600 aplendid Coata
for girle, agee to 14 year. Doxene of atylea, al
fine materials eergoe, fine mlxturoa, covert clotha
and light weight garmenta Just right for echool wear
and Immediate use. Valuea to K-00.
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Cotton Goods for All Uses
and the Values Are Large
This ia eectioa of the basement yoaj should viait fro
quently now. The new roods are here) and the values are big
ger than ever.
BlaaeheS Maella. tXambetr
aa feeaaeloih. rtae set flaish tor aa-
arw r. " atase ta 10c C
banlml Frtitor, raeS .
Thaaeamde af VarOe at Plaina
Amanraai firtnta, tfeUa
litrtlna, W safe lwma.
lattfthe eaatlr aaairnea.
ea-Iaeh rahUaehaa Ma
ataea 1 t I. eaaiur, eaft
flausht on the aaat, eaS. . . .
nest OasSs Aamkiag HsaaT rim.
Ml. srhtts aS mmrj smttag leelsaa.
iiTT'.rr. :r: ..sjc
Boat CeaSe tl-Iaeh geohr. sash re
liable a4 oealar aaakes aa a.
rk, Al.... fUlite, ess., la all tka
mam (all trim i valawe ta 71
Me. n nlil Miar, raaS JC
Sa-tarh Vaacr eilkaltaa, heat
grad aa-tnnh rtteete1 t'refaae, ta
II ha lanii Pawlaa -mmi flewal Oe-
alraai lis' aa ears, giaaaaet eve
alee, amei riser.
M-lanh Deese Pesaale. fall 04(04
etaiMtarri tXmtm. Ha aa4 dark shiKlag
Urlni lar valaa. spenUlly ei
prtred far Prtday, Xaed 3C
Pave While BaaHaty Cattaa Batttng.
kaad enllxl. rleaa and flaffr Mbsri
rsalT lc grade, sperlal, 12 JC
tl-Iaeh Faarr Walhia VWwael, anaea
wrlaai, salt flalahl both HWa alUe
wa, annwaaesa aaae. Biaabu lea
ia Lee, J
Lse, IWar, raed.
Thaaaands af Vafde af Beaatlfal 14-
Saaai AH Itoailam aaid t ill 1 aaaa
Utmt reaiSUaltiMi See 111II111111
Otagh. had Ira
aa raaa err an
"W petee. il.
Here le where a llltla mane will se
a lone war ta bsrtaa Bead Uses aeaaie
25c and 29c Fancy
Sheet A, SO. ptorae. The entire earn
la Hae af eee af the larsiat aiaua
faotaeer sa Aaaerkm, ma ef
Saaaraa, Searfa. (entar I'Imm, la
eralloped ar hemetltrhcd eada, while
aad celored embroidered dmlsns.
8c and 10c Towels, 5c
Oaa bt af Mill Kada af IHaaebed Tark
lab. Towels, ellahdr Imaertect.
12.25 Spreads, $1.75
- Am Csaa af Bed Hara4. la I ha
heaaaud ar araileaed eeerha kind) large
Kiin ay,,,! Qm fwsa af Fall
Bleaobed Mwwertsed Table Uaausk. all
nur aetlaraei waan and
10c and 12Vic Huck
it gaee Tarda ef rail BleMhed
Bak Tawallor, la the plain aad faarr
est 11 istcaes wtoe.
4 Maeeartsed NapVIni,
Hosiery and Underwear
At these lowered prices, people
certainly purchas severed of 9tch.
Men's, Women's and Children's Hosiery,
black onlyt douUe soles, heels and toes.
Special Friday, pair. ... -
Wotnew's Uele Thread Ilosa, black only. IQl
Seamlees, spliced herJa and toes. Pair 1 2 C
Sra. aaialMUly faatl all tba waaaad I I
Sa walaa- II I
iwawb. lalily taati ISa raaaa. awe-
T. irtl ' Oaa La
II ar i i
I I sWeaatxawl MatlaaM 4-a ill
who know values will i sardT. . . . ".TTTT. rrTTT C
I'll Baae-Fraaf Deeea Ciaaae, fLU
One Big ljmt af Oafs 'a, Klnc's. etc.,
Tbraad. spaelallr erteed. 2V2C
j JJ" Wear Itaa, gaad See grade,
I aaadt BS"a rrla' Talaee.
225 Dozen Men's Shirts
Her b a shirt barfain you men will be quick to take
advantage We have a special aUTangeroerit whereby this
excellent offer can be made semi-ajuiuaily. Juat because the
pnee u smaU don't overlook the fact that these shirts
of splendid Quality and worth very, very much more.
This entire lot consists of samples and second quality
shirts, made of flannel, madras and soisette. Only twice
each year we are able to obtain these jobs of shirts from the
factory, regular values to $1.00, some worth even nr
more; Basement special, choice for OOC
25 Dozen Men's Medium
Fall Weight Cotton Ribbed
Union Suits, ecru and gray'
colors; regular $1.00 values,
specially priced, 7r
48 Do ten Men'a Medium Weight
Cotton Ribbed and Fleeced Shirts
and Drawers, juat the proper un
derwear for the chilly fail
weather. Regular SOo valuea,
15 dosen men's sample wool 4nd worsted sweater coats.
All staple colors, with collar or V neck. Values to $2.50,
M oqm -, en
at IU (Jl.JU
Misses' and Children's Velaaric Vests, with ankle Panto
ta Match haavy fleeced cotton. Worth OCt
to 35c Special Friday, garment. . . smOC
Union Suits for Misses and Girls, la irWSnm Q Q
fleeced cotton t all aiaea. 50c etnalihr. mxilt T C
Aws 14 e Bias Taoae. Braids aad
Brlnaa, waeth la laaTrrida,
lt Betllea af Machtae On, r
IHlMaaM Bess Sapnelna. r
lea Trd Swsats kswtag SUk.
eetr Mm. saiataU 4 daaaa r,
I tor DC
laelda Beltlag, saielal. r .
Corset Service and Economy
in our lower-price corset store. Cansfort aaay be
prices that will appeal to any thrifty wotnaa.
fleah Celored Cor eta, taceej In front, wrth ahleld under front
eteele; flat taiiored trim at top; eurved walatiina, long 4 ff
ever hips and hdck, with elastic head at bottom of back. .. lUll
Fleah Cataewd Ceraeta, laoad In back, frvadieww high
hip; guaranteed In every way to give perfect eatiefaetlon.
raaalerea, front or back cloaing, well telle red and perfect fitting;
saaarewjsry or iace enmmeo at top ana Doctor, special
gpaelal Sanitary Napkins, dosae. .......
Boys Clothes that Are Right
Boys are getting more critical every day. They want to
look just so. And we appreciate their feelings, as these fine
suits at an extremely low price will show. Come, boys, and
dress up. .
Boys' Two-Pair-Pant Suits, $3.50
Both pair of pants fully lined. Extra durable fabric in
new fall ahades, tailored in the new patch pocket or pleated
Norfolk styles. Netxt gray, brown and blue mixtures. Every
age, 0 to 17 years.
Corduroy Pants, full cut knickers in the "A f
drab shade. Regular 75c values, pair v.--wfr57 C
Two Caaaa of Fine Berime,
vouee ana otner curtain ma
terlala, valuea to tic,
4 New Fall Pattsrna of Lace
Curtalna, valuea to 13.00, ape-
1 Pieces of 40 and 4Uach Im
ported looter) Madrea, beautiful
line of solera. Regular price 75c,
in our Baaement drapery
1 " 1 " 1 '" awa-eaweaaaawaa-i i VS.
When You Can Buy Fall Shoes
at pnee as low as these. It's time to sit up and take notice.
Only our ability to buy kt Large quantities emUes each values
to be placed before you.
BOO Pair Women'e Fine Shoes, new atyiee -patent leather and
sun cair, sutton ana laoe etyiee, Cull kid or sloth tope; a epiendld
asaortment, practically ail slaas. Wide and narrow widths, ttrtotly
eolid leather, perfect In every wey. (very pair worth d ayr
92.60 to 13.50; the entire let en eale friUy, pair ylef 5
Infants' and Children's heee, altos t to t. Dull satf, kid or patent
leather, hand-turned eel. a; rvature-ehaped Uata. eeial at. no
Overgalteee far Women, all colore. Worth Mcj specially t
priced, pair , Jg
Boys' "tolid as a Hock- Shews for everyday wear. All aiaas. 1
j) Mir: 51.98
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