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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1915)
THK KEK: OMAHA, FRIDAY. OOTOHEi: 3. 1915.
WHAT DID YOD SAY
ABOUT FREE SUGAR?
Wilson Will Keep Tariff on Sac
charine Substance and Extend
Emergency Tax Law.
JUST MUST HATE THE MONEY
WASHINGON, Oct. 7. Reten
tion of the present duty on sugar
Drama Lcaguo Will
Hold First Meeting .
On Saturday, October , at S:10 p. m.
the flr(t meeting of th Omthi Drama
league will be hnlj In ths auditorial of
ths Central 1 1 Inn school. The first loo
lure of the sevon will be riven by
Prof. Frederick Morrow Fling. Ilia sub
ject la "The riays the Thin."
At thla meet In j the pinna for the win
ter's work will be presented. Course
of stuMy and other material whl'h hss
until conditions become normal and , been received for any who now hold
extension of the emergency tax law
until the Kuropean war Is over are
two revenue measures which the ad
ministration has decided to ask from
eoneress on the coming session. Sec
retary McAdoo announced tonight
he would recommend the necessary
legislation and said President Wilson
Is In accord with the plan.
Mr S-elonB Offered.
No other revenue measures hare
been approved by the administration
so far, although many suggestions
have been offered which may be con
sidered before congress completes Its
work Retention of the duty on
sugar which goes on the free list
May 1, 191 4, unless congress acts
would give the treasury about
$50,000,000 a year. The emergency
tax Is counted upon to produce about
$100,000,000 a year.
Fine both the augie duty and the
emergency tax are working at present,
however, thla would not mean any In
crease In existing revenuea.
Larger appropriation for the army and
navy without any corresponding cut In
nther expenditure Indicate that mora
revenue must he ralaed from other re
aourrea In 'the next few month. There
haa been much talk about an laaue of
ranania canal bonda, authorization hav
ing been given by congress for the ls
auance of more than t0,tK.oni) of these
securities, but Mr. McAdoo has atated
that no auch atep la in contemplation. A
lowering of the exemption limit of the
Income tax .law la believed to be more
CRIME AT MINIMUM
WHILE PARADE MOVES
In aplte of the fact that practically
every home In the city waa deaerted In
order that the big pageant mlgnt be
viewed, there were but few burglarlea.
Thla waa Indicated at midnight, whan
the central police atatlon had only two
Nearly every member of the depart
ment waa hard at work directing the
tremendoua flow ot traffic, and aa a
reault had ' the ' thelvea an Inclination,
they would have had an eay time. The
fact that but few ronberlea were reported
the police aay, la proof that Omaha '
not experiencing the crime wave that
usually atrlkca large communltlea at the
beginning of cold weather.
Here la the crime calendar for last
J. M. Batten, ttlt Toppleton, home
prowled, but only a pistol taken.
Joe Hmlth. 144 Houth Twenty-fifth,
held ii n at Twenty-aeeond and St.
Mary's by two masked men, and relieved
Anton belonging to F.d Peterson, J3ft2
Miami, and Jim Urejecha, 1M South
Twonty-firat street, "borrowed."
C. M. Hoott, Un.-oln, reported theft Of
four laprobea and overcoat from auto
C. Paulson. North Platte, Neb., loat ft
A. W, Proper, tail Burt, reported home
roiiuea tv burglar. Old coma ana lew
elrv worth $J0 taken.
A. n. Coleman. Mtsourt Valley, la.)
reported theft of grip from iouoy of
Utate hotel. .
W. C. A. PREPARES TO BUILD
DORMITORY ON NEW SITE
The Women's Christian aaaoctatlon, that
haa charge of the affairs of the, Old Peo
ple's Home, la about to Inaugurate a
campaign to tela funds for the construc
tion ot a dormitory building on the
around near the Deaf and Dumb Inatt
tutn. The hope la expressed that enough
money will be pledged so that work on
the foundation of the proposed building
may be started thla winter and the struc
ture completed early next year.
It la asserted that the old building on
AVlrt near Twenty-fourth street has be
come to dilapidated and out of repair
that It cannot be occupied much longer.
It Is In such bad condition throughout
that officers of the aaaoctatlon do not
fret that they are justified In expending
much money on repairs.
membership card will be distributed at
thla meeting upon presentation of said
Thoe who have signified their dealre
to Join and have not yet secured their
membership card, or any others lnter
eated, may recur the card at this meet
ing from ths treasurer, Mrs. II. II. Bal
drlg. by payment of II, or by sending
check with name,' addreaa and telephone
number to Mr. It. H. Baldrlge, 121 South
Thirty-ninth street. Mrs. Baldrlge.
treasurer, and Mrs. Cuming, chslrman
of the membership committee, will be
found at this meeting, opposite the en
tanc to the auditorium.
The material so far secured wilf then
be sent for, for all who Join before Octo
ber 12 and mailed to such new members
s soon a received. letter material will
be sent as received to all members.
Anyone who Is Interested In hearing
about. the work of the league Is moat
cordially Invited to attend thla meeting.
Attendance antallaj no obligation to Join.
Tickets for the lecture by Iad Greg
ory on "The Irlnh Theater." to be given
October 28 at the Brsndels theater, may
be obtained on gaturdny afternoon at
the east and weat entrancea to the Cen
tral High school. Theae tickets will be
sold for 23 cents to all who present
membership cards. To others the price
will be l.
BUILDERS' HEAD WILL
SPEAK HERE TUESDAY
H. L. Lewman ot Louisville, Ky., pres
ident of the National Association of
Hulldera' Exchange, I to addresa
tiBnnuet of the local Hulldera' exchange
at the Fontenelle- hotel next Tuoaday
J. A. Sunderland Is to be toatmaater.
The dinner Is to be at 6:30. Mr. Lewman
ia on his wsy to San Francisco, where
he Is to address tha National Builders'
congress on "National Organisation In
Buiiding Industries and Ita Nceda."
Never take pepsin and preparations
containing pepiln or other digestive ferj
menis lor innigestion, aa me more you
take the more you will have to take.
What Is needed Is a tonlo Ilk Chamber
lain's Talleta that will enable the atom
ach to 'perform Ita functions naturally.
Obtainable everywhere. All druggists.
AT DRUG STORE CUSTOMER
When a customer In ths drug store of
George Greenough, 1024 Bouth Tenth
street, 'Waa a trifle slow about putting
up his hands upon command of ths negro
highwayman who has been active during
the last week, the latter fired a ahot at
him and fled. The buHnt burled Itself In
ths woodwork a few Inches away from
ths customer's head. Ills nam could
not be learned by the police.
OIL DAMN TELLS '
MEN OTIilS LOYE
Both Workeri and. Himself in Dan
ger of Believing Some of Storiei
About Each Other.
"I'M Y0UB FRIEND," HE SAYS
SUNRISE, Wyo., Ort. 7. Two
hundred men, their clothes, faces and
hair powdered with ore dust to a
uniform terra cotta hue, gathered
around the bath house of the Color
ado Fuel and Iron company Iron
mine here today and listened to a
speech by John D. Rockefeller, r.
The young capitalist stood half
way up a wooden stairway that led
to a mine viaduct. His clothing was
sprinkled with ore dust and his
hands were red with much clasping
of miners' palms.
Won't Walt So Long.
"The last time I visited Sunrise
waa twelve years ago,' began Rocke
feller. "I won't wait so long before coming to
se you again," continued the speaker.
''It Is not a good thing for us to let so
much time pass without meeting each
other. We are In danger of getting to
believe some of the stories each heard
about the others. If anybody tries to tell
you that I am your enemy don't believe
him. I'm your friend.
"We are partnera In this business and
neither ran get along without the other.
Your labor wotild not earn you a living
without capital to provide a place to
work and a market for your products,
My cspltal would not avail to get the
or out of the ground without your strong
arms and brave hearts to toll as steam
shovel under the earth. We must work
together or both will suffer.
Ioln All lie fan.
"Just remember I am doing everything
I can 'or you. Times are hard now and
the men who have put their money Into
this enterprise are not making anything,
but times will Improve and with a better
demand for our products there will be
more -work and all of us will prosper."
Dill rtT4 A CJrtAl -- (Printer; Weir Dobbin. Bertram!; Harry
DCllCVUG (OOClUiy jF.rwIn. Craig; Perry Johns. Blair; Fhillp
Elects Off icersL
U ILL AN litIS bl Alt
AGENCY FOR FIDELITY
John IJchtenwsllner, son of Df. .1. B.
l.lchtenwallner, apartment 1, the Mary
land, Omaha, la the newly elected presi
dent of Phllomathean, Bellevue college's
moat popular literary society. Other
3. M. Glllan, former manager of the
Auditorium, haa been spiwlnted state
agent for Nebraska for the Fidelity Mu
i ........ . . . ....
officer elected were Anne Johnston, vice "re insurance company or m'laclel-
prexldent; Chapman Humeey. secretary- '". The Fidelity Mutual Life Is
treasurer, James Allen, serseant-at- of h" old line companlea having a
arms. 'srge and rapidly growing business
The Phllos are planning a unique in- throughout the entire country. This om
Itlatlon ceremony for the new members I Pnjr writes life Insurance In the L'nlted
Friday night, for which invitations are States only, never having considered It
out. good business policy to extend Its busl-
The list of pledge I a follows: Louise "Ms operation to foreign landa.
Davidson. Tecumneh; Helen Tyner, Huldn j There were aeveral applicants for the
Jetter, Dorothy I;avl, Buth Derbyshire, Nebraska agency. The business of life
Kstherlue Shanahnn, Doris Llndburg, j Insurance Is not new to Mr. Glllan, as he
Fleanor Incetsoll, Victoria Barr, Omaha; had some years' experience In that line
Irene Leslie. F.Ila rurcell. Elisabeth Klnr- J before he went with the Auditorium com-
ner, Anna Rasmuisen. Bellevue; Elmer pany In 1MB. His long residence In Omaha
and wld personal acquaintance should b
a great asslatance In the work he has
Hardlannert, Forrest Meany, Garwood
Richardson, Omaha; Newell Farnham,
WHEAT JUMPS UP ON
HEAVY BUYING REPORTS
, neports of Immense purchaser by east
ern speculators sent the price of wheat
up I to t rente per bushel on the Omaha
market. But one sale here was made
under It. The car fetched 99 cents and
was off grsdo. Other salei were from
tl up to ll.os. Receipts wer forty-one
Hesvy to killing frosts reported over
a large area of the corn belt sent the
cereal up 1 to cents per bushel, price
ranging from 67 to 8H4 cents per bushel.
The receipts were twenty-seven carloads.
Oats were more stesdy thsn the other
grains, the price range being between
J24 and AS centa per buahel. The oata
old up to 4 cent down. Nineteen car
loads were received and for sale.
TO END CATARRHAL
DEAFNESS AND HEAD X
If vou hsve Catarrhal Deafness
or head noises go to your nr";
glst and set 1 oun e of Parmlnt
(double strengths and add to It
H pint of hot water snd 4 ounces
of granulated susar. Take 1 table
sronful four times s day-
This will often bring quick re
lief from the distressing head
noises. Cloaa-ed nostrils should
open, breathing become easy and
the mucu atop dropping Into the
throat. It ia en.ay to rrepsre, COnts
little and Is pleasant to take. Any
one who haa t'atarrhal Deafness
or head noises should give this
prrrriptlon a trial. Advertisement.
Electric Board to
Show World's Series
for the Omaha Fans
The electric scoreboard which was
operated with so much success by
Charlie Franke at the Krug theater last
year when the Hrayea triumphed over
the Athletics will beTIn operation again
this year, so that. Omaha base ball fana
may follow every play mado during the
world's seriea thii year between the
Red Box and Phillies. The board will
operate In the Auditorium thla year. The
electric contrivance shows each play by
the flashing of electrlo light on a large
board. A direct wire from the playing
field to the Auditorium make It possible
for Omaha fans to know within but a
few seconds what happens during the
course of the game.
Keep) Ilowel Rearalar.
Nothing better than Dr. King's New
Life Pills for constipation. Indigestion
and sour stornaoh. Oct a bottle. Only
Jfc. All druggists. Advertisement
It lan't hard to own a beautiful, gen
uine Diamond or fine Watch if you g
about It right. The may to "go gbO'ii
It ' la to open a charj;e account wttn
ua and arrange terma of payment
'lit your convenience We deliver hj
good and yon have the pleasure sn.t
flTn'K0' WAaUBT WIILS PAT.
IQ. There la no advanta in "
Ing up" the full price before you bnv
because our -enormou buslnens, wKh
store In many cltlea, enable u t
ITJ1 '"went prices on EA8T CBB.
BIT TIB. Big.
6 Ladles' Dia
mond King. 14c Jto. 4 Mens 1'U
solid srolil. Ijoftls inond King, pron
"Perfection" Tooth mounting
i?:.:.S53 go,kdBoHd... S66
9S a Month. 8l.5 a Week
tl4 Gentlemen's Watch, 12 slxe, fl:i
est quality gold filled hand engraved,
aaaorted dealgna, polished flnlmi,
guaranteed 25 yeara, fitted with Klsln
or Waltham movement, 911 1C
our price 9I IslU
THUMB I tl A MOBTTH
Opa Bally till a p.m. Bat'irdy till i30
Call ar writ tor Caulo No. Mi. Phoa
DenaUs 1444 aa4 ear aale-oiia will nail.
IT 1 Credit Jewelers
WAR HELMETS SENT TO
OMAHA; MADE INTO BANKS
Oiiiahan of Teutonic blood or m
palhlca l!l b able to" tnipect real Aus
trian war heliiMts that have been
tiiroucn tever fighting. Two lulmet
have arrived by mall, addressed to the
Omaha Tribune and will be placed In the
Oernian Hums and the Mulck V'tnln.
They have been made Into banki and
money dropped Into them will be aent
to the New Tork office of the .Teuton I
Red Cruaa orsoiiittoUun, Val J, Felvr ua.
MASONIC RELIEF ORDER
WILL MEET HERE IN 1917
K. V. I'arrlah, head of the publicity bu
reau of the Conimrri lul club, has re
ceived a telegram from the Masonic Re
lief Acsociatlon of the l'nlted States and
Canada, which Is now In session at In
dianapolis, announcing that th 1917 con
vention will be field In Omaha. This con
vention will bring about K4 persons 'to
ENLISTS IN ARMY AND
IS GIVEN JOB IN OMAHA
Nathan O. Callabam of Allisonla. Va.,
enlisted in th army st Omaha and has
been assigned to duty In th local r
rruttlng party. H served thro years
before In the coast artillery.
Maury Mann of Memphla and Roy
Smith, of Rockwell CHy. la., also enlisted
bor and wer aent to Fort Logan, Colo.,
to be at tuned to coaat artillery companies.
sb RESERVE 1
A SOLID, CONSERVATIVE, WESTERN COMPANY
and a Half Millions
CLAPP TALKS TO TEACHERS
AND TO PALIMPSEST CLUB
John Mantel ,Clapp. head of the depart
tnaut of literature. Iak Forest college,
will address the pubtio achool teachers
this afternoon, October IK on The
Voice and Education." In the evening hn
will appear befor th Pallmiiaeat club
at the Omaha, club on "l-or.it.ir. In War
AfrUnetiis. flats, house and eottagea
an be rented quickly and cheauly by a
am 'fur Rent"
Total Assets, $5,569,159. IB
Capital and Unastigned Surplus
Total Death Claims Paid
; Total Dividend Paid .
Legal Reserve and Liabilities
Insurance in Force .
The Bankers Reserve Life Company
B. II. ROniSON,
It. U BOBLSOX,
Liberal Policy Contracts
Great Financial Strength
R. C. WAGNER
FRIDA Y'S BARGAIN BULLETIN"
Sales on Desirable
and Seasonable Mer
chandise at Greatly
Below Worth. Don't
Miss one Item.
j n -J L -hrifyK KJ
'- if t n. rt 1 i- e, J.
Only a partial list of
the many bargain of
ferings included here.
Every department of
fers you extra special
inducements for your
SET ASIDE FRIDAY AS A SPECIAL SHOPPING DAY
Remarkable Silk Values
IWutiful riaid Taffetas All silk, 36-lnches
wide. In newest color combinations,
chiffon finish, at, per yard
KM) PWc of IteAiitlful Silks Includinf 36
tnch Chiffon Taffetas, Hairline ' and noveltjr
stripe Messallnes, 4 0-inch all silk Crepe de
Chines and Silk .Poplins, all colors,
at, per yard
Two Special Lots of Dress Hllks Including 20
to 36-ln. silk poplins, satin messallnes, tub silks.
Pongees, Foulards, etc., both plain and novelty
weaves, at, per 1 o and
NEW FALL DRESS GOODS
at Underpricings You'll Appreciate
SOxiVl-Inch All Wool FUld Suitings in the rich, dark
coloring so much in vogue; French
or Tartan Plaids at, per yard J 1 ssCO
40 Mecea of Atl Wool Suitings Diagonals, Bedford
Cords, Whipcords, Storm Serges, Granites, etc.,
mostly 54 Inches wide; values CO - nd Qftr
to $1.E0 ayard. Special, yard. . UOC aVOi
Remnants of Wool Dress Goods 1 to 6-yard
lengths, 36 to 64 Inches wide; French and storm
Serges. Panamas, Plalda, Checks, Diagonals, etc.j
liKSf. THAN HAI.K TRICE
Cotton Goods and Blanket Sale, Friday
7 Vie bleached or unbleached
Muslin, per yard ' 6c
10c Silkollne,.yard wide, figured
or plain, per yard '...THc
8 Vic Outtng Flannel stripes, soft,
fluffy, best colors, yard ... .0 He
10c bleached Shaker Flannel,
heavy quality, per yard 7 He
15c Novelty Lace trimmed Cur
tain fabrics per yard KK.
25c Novelty Art Ticking, heavy
sateen grade, per yard 10c
50c hemmed Bed Sheets (2x2V4
yards) bleached, each 37c
5c Wash Cloths, Porous-knitted
kind, each. le
15c Absorbent Sponge Towels, 18
x36 size, each 10c
75c Mercerized Pattern Table
Cloths, slight imperfections, at,
each . .50
70c Mercerised Hemmed Napkins,
55c per dozen, or, each. ..... .60
60c tlb Quilts, silkoline cover
ing, each 80c
$1 Cotton Bed Blankets, i bed
sze, tan or gray, each. ..... .0c
$1.68 Plaid Blankets for full sited
beds, per pair 91.19
$3.25 Wool napped Gray, extra
large blankets, per pair $2.00
$5.50 White Wool Blankets,
large sice, per pair . ...... .)4.75
All linen Breakfast Cloths,
hemstitched, each 84
All Linen 68x68 Satin Damask
Pattern Cloths, each . .$1.50
All Linen Table Damask, ' 60
inches wide, yard !V4e
All Linen unbleached 15c
Toweling extra wt.. yd. 10 He
Full Slse Bed Spreads, cro
chet make hemmed, ea. 98c
Full size Satin Bed Spreads,
fringed, cut corners, ea. $2.10
Full size Colonial Bed Spreads,
blue or pink, each. .. .91.73
Crib Spreads, fine -quality
crochet; 85c value, each 68c
Indies' Fleeced t'nderw
Made to sell to 75c per garment,
shirts or drawers, all sixes, cream
or white heavy quality, at... 30c
Chlldrens Night Shirts. Gowns
and sleepers, broken lots and
samples on sale, at '....33c
Ladies' 5c I'nlon Suits Medium weight all sizes,
Ladles' Fleece Union Suits $1.00 quality, extra
heavy or medium weight ia gray, cream or white,
Drug Specials Friday
$1.00 size Sal Hepatlca. . . .09c
50c Java Rice or Pozconia
Powder for 25c
$1.50 box Le Trefle or Eyurea
Powder for 95c
25c bottle Carter's Little Liver
Pills for 17e
4 10c rolls Crepe Toilet Paper
Big savings la merchandise you
want right now. -High
Grade Silk Ties Makers'
amplest to 75c values, all colors
samples and surplus, to 75c val
ues, all colors and styles, each 25c
25c Paris Garters, pair. . . . . . 19c
S5c .Men's Hose, pair 19c
DOMESTIC ROOM SPECIALS Men's and Boys'
Shirts, to $1.50 values, slightly soiled or mussed,
at, only .85c and 19c
Men's 10c Handkerchiefs . .5c
Men's 12 He Hose, at 8H
Wonderful Values in Women's Apparel in the Domestic Room
Nobby New Tailored Suits jfffs
In Gabardines, Whipcords, Serg
es and Novelties, belted or loose
backs, full pleated skirts, all sizes
and colors and values to $17.50,
$8.95, $9.90, $12.75
264 Handsome New Coats
In all the newest and most popu
lar modes, colors and materials,
many fur trimmed ;4 special lots,
Pretty Silk Dresses
In Crepe de Chines, Poplins, Mes-
salines, also Serges in most popu
ular colors and black, 8 distinc
tive styles, regular
values to $10.00;
your clioice, at. . . .
II VM S
. 69c Waists, 29c C
In white and embroidered dotted
materials, black, green, blue and
Wisteria, dots, fresh clean 6tock.
Great snap, at, OQn
only . . . ..,;.. .CuQ
Silk and Silk Finished Sateen
Petticoats, regular $1.50 q o
values von sale, at OC
' Children's Winter Coats
Big assortment, all fabrics and
colors, 4 specials at
$1, $1.98, $2.98, $3.98
Hay dens Make the Grocery Prices for the People
Quality Goods and a Saving of 25 to 50 on the Cost of Living.
1 lbs Best Pur Granulated Sugar $1
4 8 lb. aack beat hiKh srade Diamond
H Kiour. nothin finer lor breail.
iIm. cake or biaeuita mad from
No. 1 svlscted spring sliest, at, l'-r
Maka you own bra4 It pays.
Yeaat Koun, ackaK
10 bar Beat'-Kin-All, Diamond C. r
guettu Whits Lauwlr-- ao. 3o
Uallon-4-an Gotten Tabla Byrupa.3aa
t can oil Sardine .....Sio
t'.rape Nuta. packajc .100
1-lb. an faiH-y Uwet 8uar Corn,
Wax. wrlns, Ureeu or Lima Iiej...
per can la
Oiow-t'how or ur Pleklea, t 131)
Youns; Queen OU-a, quart 35o
larsa bottira Worcester Sauce. Pui i
loiiLKto "ataut Hlcklea. aarrtl
kind or Prvr J Mustard. bot.MiS
Tal cana Alaaka Kaimon, ran.... loo
4 10c cans t'ondenaed Milk,. S
Hklnner Macaroni, Vermicelli or
Simxhettl. per packace To
A'vo Jell for deaaert. It quality
iKxl. per package TVt
MacLaren's Peanut Butter, lb..lHo
llerahcy's Breakfast Cocoa. lb....80o
Cholra t'ncolorol. Japan, Enjt'.litii
Brruttuat. UunKwdtr or Basket
Hrrd Japan Tea, a, regular 60c o er,
f'rulay, apeclul, at, per lb 3So
C-)f Ipaolal High srade, a tins
drink and equal tn eoiieea soid for
30c per pounJ, Friday, per 11.....SOO
Th vast Creamery Butts, lb 41
hancy No. 1 Country Ci earue. v
Butter, per pound ks
The Btt Strictly' Fresh Country
V.kk. per dosrn Sa
Fancy FU I Cream, New York Will.
or Wlaconsln Cream Cheeas, lb. . vta
Younc America, full craam cheeee.
per pound ." 00
Imported Swiss or Roquefort Chseae,
per pound 40S
Fancy Domestic PUa Chaesa, .p'
Neufchstel Cheese, each .Is
Tin Tsomiu a wd rmtriT
scimaiET turn rmn rwna
15-lb. best Red Kiver. lrly C'hl )
Potatoes, for 14
We'll sell ' as the law requires, IS
pounds to th peck.
13 pounda good cooking apples to ths
peck, at l&o
11 pounds fancy Jonathan Eating
Appiea to the peck aoo
bunches Frasu Radlahes or Let
tuce - . ' 50
3 large head C'ahhage 109
Fanc-y -Cape Cod Cranberries, qt.Syj)
Green Peppers, 4 for So
Fus Plant, frah. each ....6c to Tt.a
lenver Celery Stalk TH
Kalaniasoo Celery, t for. X0a
Fancy Jeraey Sweet Potatoes, 1
pounds for. .. loo
llvad Lettuce, per head.. T
t large Sou Bunchea loo
4 bunches Fresh Beets, . Carrota or
Turnips for.... so
Lrse Market Basket Turnips, par
snips Carrota or i.rern Pepprrs. . . sSs
Basuel Baskets, faaey Xlf rears
for caaaing 1.IS
bakWrat Xtabaa Bla VI am for
Tokay' Or pa apaotal Irg VaakeU
wsigklng a boat lk rriday ,M,
Try HA YDEN'S First
$7.50 Dress Skirts, $3.98
Choice of Taffetas, wool Poplins
and Gabardines, imported serges,
etc., in all colors including many
broken lines of our regular $7.50
Skirts. Your choice,
at, only.. ...
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