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BRIEF CITY NEWS
Townssnd's for 8portlB Mm&:"
6ltlmor CUTS? F.4holm. Jeweler.
M&htiBg Tlxvifu Burrss-Grandsn.
Hsts Soot Print It Now B-con Press.
TJm "T-T11" hlng-laa. Sunlprlanrt".
nto Tlrs Cfcala, Jw. Morton Son Co.
"Today's Mori TtvtnM" clasilfled
i.ctlnn today. It aprea.-a " Tl o B.e
LJiCtlTPIVEI. T. Find out what the v.
Hons moving picture theater offer.
Tire, tornalo, automobile. hurslary
Inrnrsnro. J. M. Iumnt. Kcrlin.1 Hlilp.
Boa Booial Harmony council No. 1450.
Knlflits and ladles of Preurity, mill ive I
n h.ix social In its dull roonie, ttiia e' r
Seeking; Dlrorce Applications for dt
vorcr filed In district court are: l.lr.aio
nunlnst tirorgo Neemeyer. ihnrsln
Mayor at "the Springs Mayer Pahl
man In sojourning at Kxcclslor .'priiisa
for a few days, following a strenuous
ec-sioii at the National lcfcnep confer
ence of mayors at St. Ixiuls.
Henrietta Brows Jailed Henrietta
Hrown. colored. Is held at poliqp head
quarters on Information that she Is th
woman who robbed Fred Hiigley, 412
North Fourteenth street of $410.
Railroad Denied TriTilsg The city
council denied the Missouri l'aclftc HnTI
wpv rompany the privilege of extending
wagon delivery track alonR Fifteenth
street, Cumins to AVebster streets. There
were several protests filed.
Residence Sold A. D. Griffith sold an
eight-room brick residence at Fifty-third
and Dodge atreeta to Frank A. Manlcy
for 17.500. Mr. Mauley purchased the
property for a home, and will move into
the building shortly. The deal was made
through Charles Cirlmmel.
Brakeraan Sue Burlington Coleman
. Dawson, formerly a brakeman, em
ployed by the Burlington railroad, asks
fl."i,0O0 damages as the result of injuries
received while In performance of duty,
and as the result of alleged negligence
on the part of the defendants.
Big Suit Against Street Car Company
A suit for $40,000 damages against the
street railway company la belnur tried he
fore Judge Lee Estelle in district court.
Valclav Mclena is the plaintiff. He al
leges he was cnibhed in a collision at
Twenty-fourth and N streets in April,
He's a Sailor Bold,
but He Believes
in Safety First
With tha unmistakable swinging gait
of a seafaring man, accustomed to walk
on heaving decks, a tall, red-haired man,
wearing a pea Jacket, bell-bottom trous
ers and other sailor habiliments, steered
his course Into the navy recruiting" sta
tion. He carried a big canvas package, which
proved to be his hammock and ditty bag.
At first tha local navy force couldn't
understand him. He talked a moat pe
culiar tongue. After a while they caught
words here and there. And later, when
they learned that he is a native Tork
ahlreman they knew him for an English
man. He sailed from Glasgow, Scotland, In
the British bark Gladstone a time ago,
and he left hia ship at 'Frisco. Why he
left or r where he's' going with his ham
mock Harry Beamish didn't state.
Confronted by the reportorial Interroga
tion, "What Is a bark?" Harry Beamish
elucidated as follow.'': '
"She's a craft rigged square on 'er for
an' main an' foae-an'-aft oh 'er mlszen."
Tou see how simple it is after It's ex
Harry Beamish' explanation, cleared
of his dialect and translacted from sall-
orman language would be this:
"A bark la a ship with three masts,
the fore mast main mast and mlzzen
mast. The fore mast and main mast
have square sails and the mlzzen mast
has a 'fore-an'-aft" sail."
The question was propounded to Harry
Ileamlsh, "Why aren't you In the
trenches?" To which he replied, unblush
lngly: "Not while me 'tad's on me shoulders
Albert Krug Gets
Divorce and Care
of Two Children
Albert Krug, 8316 Woolworth avenue,
vice president and general manage of
the Fred Krug Brewing company, was
granted a divorce yesterday in Judge
Day's district court from Elsie Krug on
the grounds' of cruelty.
The defendant appeared only by counsel.
Dr. K. E. Coulter, a witness, testified
as to the cruelty. The plaintiff was
Kiveri custody of two minor children,
Helen and Albert Krug. Mrs. Krug Is to
he paid alimony to the amount) of a
niontli provided she remains unmurried.
Now in Full Swing
Confirmation by the tate supreme
court of three municipal judges of this
city has dampened the ardor of a horde
of justices of the peace, who expected
to iHnd a berth at the general election
next fall. Under the new law only one
will be elected next November. The
highest candidate of each party at the
primaries next month will be the nomi
nee, instead of the lilfih six of each
party, as was the custom for many
years. The six Justices now nerving in
Omaha may serve out their terms to
the end of this year and .beginning Jan
uary 1, 1917, there will be only one.
The three municipal JudKc-s recently
appointed will serve the balance of this
jcar and may take thel chanc es at elec
tion on a non-partisan primary and gen
Judges Hunter. Patrick and Murdock
have started their court temporarily in
the city council chamber. Suttarman &
Sugarman filed the first suit on behalf
of Samuel Bchechter, who claims $5
damages from the Adams Express com
pany on account of delay In a shipment
from Mason City, Neb., to Chicago.
Saver L'ld ilckly Cared. .
"On DecemLer 1 I had a very sever
eold or attack of the grip as it may be,
and was nearly down sick In bed," writes
o. J. Metcalf. Wcatherby. Mo. "T ,..hi
two bottles ef Chamberlain's Cough
Kemody and it was only a few days un
til i was completely restored to health.
1 firmly believe that Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy Is one of the very U-st
medicines and will know what to do
when I have another cold." Obtainable
verj here. Advertisement.
WW THEN -Ml TOGETHER!
ov -.. 1 p rzjrti i c - t,cr-x-i
L tM Jx&i ,
SAY BETTER DEPOT
IS A CRYING NEED
Say Other Cities of Same Size Are
Much Better Cared For Than is
the Gate City.
FIRST IMPRESSION IS BAD
Following the agitation of The Bee
for a new union depot in Omaha,
business men of the city continue to
express themselves emphatically in
favor of a new depot, and to a man
insist that it is an absolute necessity.
J. TV. Metcalfe, Secretary of the Asso
ciated Retailers of Omaha There are
two thltiRR the retailers of Omaha must
have if umaha is to be the kind of a
city and the kind of a retail center it
should be. Those things are: First, a
new union depot, and, second, adequate
shopping; train service into Omaha dally.
The retailers at a meeting discussed the
need of such a depot at a meeting Feb
ruary 13, 1913. They were unanimous for
a new dopot at that time. Victor Rose
water was before the retailers at that
time boosting for it, always boosting
for It, and he has been boosting It from
the first. Mayor Dahlman, General Test
and Jlyron Hastings were also at that
moeting, all expressing themselves
strongly for the project.
J. W. Robblns, Former President of
the Real Estate Exchange Of course, we
need a new union depot. We need it
badly and when it comes we want it
on Twenty-fourth street somewhere, as
that is to be the main thoroughfare of
the city eventually without a doubt
Depot Sorely Seeded.
Harry Christie, Real Estate Dealer It
might be worth while to get at the
method used by the people of Kansas
City and put that into force here in an
effort to get a union depot. Kansas City
suffered long with old shacks of depots,
but I guess everybody hammered so Ions
and so hard at the roads there that thoy
finally got it. There is, of course, some
talk of a subway to connect the present
Union depot In Omaha with the Burling
ton. That would help some, but it would
not be like getting a new union depot.
All Poll Together.
C. S. Ralnbolt of Rainbolt Commission
CompanyTrie depot here is not in the
same class with depots in cities half the
size of Omaha. It is not In keeping with,
the growth and advancement of the city
and is about the worst advertisement we
could have. People entering a city Judge
It by the depot and If Omaha Is so
Judjt'd, people ccmlng into Omaha with
out cominR up town leave with the Im
pression that we have a run-down vil
lage and that it Is a good place to keep
away from. Besides, the present depot
lacks the necessary accommodations. It
Is nowhere near large enough and the
way by which travelers have to got fron;
the building to the trains I consider very
bad. Something should be done, and that
at once. My Judgment la that the only
way to accomplish anything Is to get
together for a long pull, a strong pull
and a steady pull. It don't look as if the
railroads Intend to do anything unless
we do some very vigorous pulling to
gether. Robert C. Druesedow, Bond Broker I
travel to Chicago and Kansas City a
great deal, as well as inaklng a great
many short trips into Iowa, and I want
to tell you I have often lain as long as
thirty-five minutes on a train before we
could cross the bridge and get into the
terminal here in Omaha. It is a shame
the kind cf terminal facilities we still
have here in Omaha, when other cities
have things so much better. Omaha gets
a great deal of unfavorable comment on
account of this. I hear it all the time
when I am out.
Byron Hastings of Hastings & Heyden,
Real Estate Firm It Is certainly not fair
to Omaha to make us do with such a
depot and such terminal facilities as we
are getting along with when Kansas City
has a depot that cost between :ffi,000,OOu
and $40,000,000. JVe must have a new
union depot, and when it comes it should
he located on lower ir'lxteenth street, or
somewhere between Sixteenth and Twenty-fourth
Testify in Court
by Pencil and Pad
Mrs. Fred 3wanson, 2S24 North tsixty
second avenue, appeared In police court
against her husband, Fred Bvrannnn,
Fourteenth and Grand avenue, whom sl-.o
charjres with nonsupport. Both hu.siiani
and wife are mutew. The case was de
cidedly an innovation, even among the
strange variety which fall to the lot of,
the police magistrate. The entire pro
ceedings were couducted by written ques
tions and answers. The case was finally
continued for one month with the under
standing that firanson provide for hW
wife to the best of his ability.
WIFE AND MOTHER OF DEAD
PORTER SECURE JUDGMENT
Ponora and Mary Jones, widow and
mother of the late Oeorge Jones, porter
at the Wellington Inn, were awarded a
verdict of ll.ioO in district court for tlie
death of Jones.
Jones Injured his hand while handling
a trunk in the hotel. Blood poisoning
set In and death reunited.
to Get a New Union Station
PLANS GALORE FOR
Chicago Man Wants to Build New
Plant Under 35-Year Contract
Harries Has New Offer.
BUTLER WANTS EXPERT ADVICE
The city council referred all docu
ments relating to electric street light
ing and a municipal electric plant to
the committee of the whole for dis
cussion next Monday morning at 10
W, L, Stebbins, civil and consult
ing engineer, Monadnock block, Chl
cngo, submitted In writing a propo
sition for the establishment of an
electric light and power plant and
giving the city the option of operat
ing and maintaining the street light
ing system with current from the
proposed new plant at an agreed
rate. It is further proposed that the
company would operate the plant for
the city at cost plus 10 per cent, or
the city would be permitted to pur
chase the electric lighting distribut
ing system. Mr. Stebbins la willing
to enter into a contract with the city
that his company will operate thirty
five years. He said he would organ
ize a local company. No rates are
mentioned In the proposal of the Chi
cago man. 9
George H. Harries, president of the
Omaha Electrio Light and Power com
pany, submitted a slightly revised propo
sition for a five-year street lighting con
tract, allowing the city tha option to
purchase the equipment at the expiration
of the contract period. .
The United Improvement clubs and
West Leavenworth Improvement club
filed protests against entering into a
contract with the light company for
Most Change Laws.
The following communication was re
ceived from the Water board:
"The Board of Directors of the Metro
politan Water District of the City of
Omaha, in responso to a resolution of
the mayor and council, adopted February
73, 1316, Inviting bids for the furnishing
of electric current and for the equlpmuut
for street lighting, etc., bes leave to in
form you that it Is advised by its counsel
that the Metropolitan water District,
under exbiting law, has not the power to
construct and operate an electric light
plant. However, if the legislature changes
the Metropolitan Water District law,
enabling the water district to purchase
equipment and sell electricity and tho city
Is still In a position to do its own street
lighting the Water district will be able to
perform the service requested.
"In conclusion the. Board of Directors
wishes to assure you that it stands ready
to co-operata with you In every way
within its power to accomplish a real re
duction in electric light rates In Omaha "
Butler Wants an Kipert.
The following resolution, offered by
Btated, and of obtaining the proper and
Commissioner Butler, was referred to
next Monday's con erence:
"That sufficient funds from any avail
able source be set aside and that the
city be authorized to procure the serv
ices of some competent electrical engi
neer for the purpose of ascertaining the
requirements of an adequate electric
Hunting plant of the character above
appropriate plans, specifications and
estimates of the costs of the construc
tion and equipment of the same, of suf
ficient capacity to develop and distribute
electric current sufficient tu light the
public streets and public places of the
city as well as to furnish current for
lighting the buildings and homes of this
C0RNEER AGAIN HEADS
DANISH BUILDING SOCIETY
At the meeting of the board of di
rectors of the Danish RulMing society,
Monday, the following officers wero
elected for the ensuing year: 8. A.
Corneer, president: P. F. Petersen, vice
president; Frank V. Lawson, secretary;
J, Michaelsen. treasurer.
CREAM FOR CATARRH
OPENS UP NOSTRILS
Tells How To Get Quick Relief
from Head-Colds. It's Splendid I
In one minute your clogged nostrils
will open, the air passages of your head
will clear and you can treathe freely.
No more hawking, snuffling, blowing,
headache, dryness. No struggling for
breath at night; your cold or catarrh
will be gone.
Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm
from your druggist now. Apply a little
of this fragrant, antiseptic, healing cream
in your nostrils. It penetrates through
every air passage of tha head, soothes
the Inflamed or swollen mucous mem
brane and relief comes Instantly.
It's Just fine. Don't slay stuffed-up with
a cold or nasty catarrh Relief cornea so
tth'V-tS cut i
Sheriff's Men Have
Hard Time Trying ,
to Serve a Writ1
Five-year-old Willie, Russell Southwell,
son of a former Omaha street car con
ductor. Is being rnRorly coutrht by
sheriff's deputies and a score of pihate
A writ of habeas corpus issued by Jud
Sears at the request, of the hoy's father
started tho officers on the trail, hut thus
far the youngster's mother has succcr.lcd
In keeping In hiding.
In applying for the writ, Southwell el-
leges that his wife was not competent t
care for the child. He said he followed
her to Omaha from t'alfrnry, t'nmida, and
accuses a wealthy Cnnndliin of being tho
wrecker of his homo
Deputy sheriffs and detectives sur
rounded a houso at IfMrt Chlcas'o street,
where Mrs. Southwell and the little boy
were supposed to be In hiding, but when
search was made, the fugitive could not
be found. .
After Southwell left the employ of the
street car company here, he went out on
a farm in the western part of the state,
where he lived until his homo was
LOST 5 YEARS
FROM HIS LIFE
Remarkable Story Is Told by
Ohio Man Who Has Been
Restored by Tanlac.
"I have been able to work only about
six month each year for the past ten
VBut I haven't lost a day's work since
I began to take Tanlac."
This Is tho statement of David R. Case,
of Mt Healthy, Ohio, near Cincinnati.
These two short sentences contain ss
high a tribute as can be paid to a medi
cine, Tanlao Is literally putting money
into David R. Case's pocket every day.
He can count Its value to him in dollars
"Six' months a year for ten years." To
the average man this means thousands
of dollars. It may mean the difference
between want and plenty. It means five
years out of a man's life.
Mr. Cbso's story will strike home to
"I suffered from a stomach trouble so
serious that I could not work mora than
six months out of a year for the past
ten years," he said. "There would be
dull, constant pains in my stomach and
shooting pains in my bnjaxt, back and
"Everything I ate seemed to disagree
with me. I discontinued drinking coffee
for a year, but that made no difference
In my condition. I simply could not get
anything that benefited me.
"I saw the remarkable praise Tanlac
was winning, and more in desperation
than anything else, I decided to try It.
I believe that I would bo shirking a real
duty if I failed to tell my story, remark
able as it may seem.
"I have now used two bottles of Tan
lac. My appetite has returned, and I
sleep well. The pains are rare now, and,
best of all, I can work all the time. I
feel stronger than I have In years.
"Tanlac has done worlds for me. It
has doubled my Income."
It is human nature for Mr. Case to be
lieve that he Is the exception and not tho
rule, but his story really Is not a great
deal different from the statements of
There is no remedy that acts as favor
ably on ailments of the stomach, liver
and kidneys and on catarrhal affections
as does Tanlac.
Tanlac is being specially Introduced In
Omaha at the Bherman & Mc(?onncll
drug store by the Tanlac man, who ex
plains the uses of the medicine anil makes
known the results to be expected.
Tanlao may be obtained In the follow
ing cities: Aflhland, Cone's Pharmacy;
Hlue Springs, H. N. Wonder; Henson,
Schiller-Heattle Pharmacy; Central City,
Behlller Drug Sore; (Irani Island, Clay
ton's Pharmacy; Weeping Water, Meyer
Drug Store. Advertisement.
Careless Use of
Soap Spoils the Hair
Soap should h UM-d very carefully, If
you want to keep your hair looking Its
best. Most soups and prepared shampoos
contain loo much alkali. This dries the
scalp, makes tlie hair brittle, and ruins It.
The hext thing for steady uso is Jual
ordlmiry inulsll'ied rocoanut oil (which
Is pure and greaselessi, and Is hotter
than the most expensive soap or any
thing else you can use.
One or two teaspoonfuls will cleanse
the hair and scalp thoroughly. Simply
moisten the hair with water and rub it
in. It makes an abundance of rich,
creamy lather, which rinses out easily,
removing every particle of dust, dirt,
dandruff and exceanlve oil. The hair
dries cjulckly and evenly, and it leaves
the scalp soft, and the hair fine and
silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and easy
to manage. '
Tou can get tnulalfied cocoanut oil at
any pharmacy, it's very cheap, and a few
ounces will eupnly every member of the
family for months. Advertisement
Plenty of Talent
in Jail to Stage a
Sheriff V. Shane Is plnnnlne a his
"Mfwm.t ' hi the cnunty .mil on tie even
In of St I'.iii i.'U's ily for fie benefit
of tln 1 rlsonrrs
In the iill nt present air a number of
splendid male and fcnmle ol es, an I
hn'f .i doren sood lm k and wing dsn eis
t m elocnt ittlt :t;-d . n
nnmWrreJ nlsn atnoTi t!'c Tiiu,tcts
Mrs. !, Sh-nte was r. nv; mound the
cell. Mond.t , ". -w'..t , .' ,'o t-'-n'
whn slip di'cover.'d "Sttun." i co'nrc 1
rnlei'tnlner. who l.i d'ims a thirl -day
si retell for ventlnif l l affrctinu upon his
sweiheit with u rsxnr. '.-'ttsp has
ipitlc a Im al it putai n i a dancer Htvl
conieilhin. and Mrs. M --'Km,, wits ,i.h 1(
to nf-U hint to perrcrnt.
"N"i. shim-, ma'am." refvscd --tiap. "All
i:ets nuti'i' In till Iwiimrrnw tilBiit."
"That's too hail, we counted on luivlne.
you,"' exclaimed t'.'o jlicrilf s wife in dis
"l.ady. dean .ay datlt toe hud," willed
f-'trap. "Ah '.alia dUnjer plate all rU'it
but f.im do n itslde "
HIGH WIND BREAKS GLOBES
ON COURT HOUSE LAMPS
Three bin frctei globes on tlie ornii
luentnl electroliers In front of the court
houso were blown off by the hiah wind
and smashed Into a thousand fragments.
1'iiomIii, Miirrli 7, IfHft.
The Women's Costume Section Greets the New Season With An
E ntirely New Assortment of
Gowns of Every Variety $19.50,
$25.00, $35.007 $50.00 and Up
A (1 FARMING array of hundreds of models, including
crcpo do chine, laffcta, pussy willow silks, sheer silk
crepes, fine nets aaid laces, and striking models for tennis and
frolf wear. You can come with assurance into this section
and choose a supply of Frocks for every occasion Travel
and Street Frocks, Sport Dresses, Dinner and Party Gowns.
Every model is new and distinctive.
The New Spring COATS At
TEW shirred, belted and full
for travel or general wear
cnecks, also Bolivia vicuna cloth In the new spring colorings. ,
Sport Coats of English wool knitted fabrics, silk and wool
jersey In stripes and plain colors,, also suede leather coats trim
med in the new embossed Toklo leather.
More New SUITS for Women
rpilfe Burgesa-Nash collection includes suits appropriate for
Immediate wear; well tailored, fitted, seml-fltted and fancy
Jackets; new voluminous serges, check fabrics and silk, in the
most favored colors.
Smart Styles, Exceptional Values
Offered in New Model SKIRTS
$5.95, $6.50, $7.50, $10 and Up
NOW is the time for every woman to purchuoo
skirts for street, dress, golf, walking and gen
eral sport wear. Tha variety In fabrics and models
It so great that every preference should be easily
New Sport fiklrts to $10.50
lrKy Hilk Hktrts 15.04) to $:J5.00
Tailored Street Skim. . . .(t5.9A to fJlfl.O"
BUMSE-IMAHI BASEMENT EJQEE
Choice of Five Styles of
Women's $5 Shoes at $2.45
WV. have transferred from our Main Hhoe section on the second
floor, five Htrictly new and deniable styles of women's hltjh
f hoes and offer them Wednesday at a price that will take them out
in a hurry.
Two styles button, patent kid
1 wu hi y irn
One assortment tan Kussla calf
Slightly Used Sewing Machines
At a Sharp Price Reduction
by Many Doctors
Compound of Simple Laxative
flerbt Proves Most
.iv. . I '.inns, wililiii; for the
'i ! .., Tttl io'. nt'tkci Hie nerlon
r 1 t.'i:i.-il cMiAoue. at enmr time
. r Hi'i ln from con; tiptlon.
I npnii.M 1 1' ; 't ! i ! 1 -J. ol i;i' or coll"
i'lon " !'fe.
Y o c.inur-.Moii of .Motuech wmte In
;i. t'owel s I'vtdcncctl to nriou wnys,
I ini'tntion of foul vloiimoh tuxes,
'.i I; I., adiirhe. Ihhsih l nil indicate con--1
:i , loo, mid cull fro- oimupt .tlenion,
"o onlv to relieve the pre'-iit di'i' om
fort V n'-io to nxeiil povhle tttFee
thiil fol:oAM nrclect of thin ! n;vt'1 nt
f m. tl'.n.
Il:tr.-!i 1 1 in it Iff srd 'o'ent purea
livi MinuM not he employed, as these
afford only ternpornry relief, while they
Te to ..hock the entire system A
tnlld fistlve such us tr. Caldwell's
Sirup !'ri!in Is far preferable nud Is
lio the remedy genernlly usrd and
prescribed by ninny doctor. It is free
from opiate or narcotic drims. acts easily
nud pleiis.'iutly, without K'ipint; or other
"alii nr.d is n "life, effective family rem
edy. Mr. Cha. Schell. 1:12 Church St..
8:30 A. M. to 6 P. M. Saturday
NTOKK NKWH Hm VK.INKHI.V.
$29.50 and Up
winging models, Including Top CohIh
of raen'a wear serge, gabardine, Yelour
$35, $39.50 Up
Introducing the Newest Ideas
In TRIMMED HATS At $5.00
ASUPEllll collection of trimmed hats moderately
priced -will he your thought when you see
these hats "Wednesday. Every hat faced with silk,
taffeta. The offering includes
ors, .smaii side roils, trlcorns, etc., trimmed with ribbons,
flowers and fancies. We consider them exceptional values at
the price, and you will, too, when you see them.
Burrss-Wssh Co. B.oood rioor.
lace. ... VT, , .Tl d.ri
J Values f v
AKUMDKR of used sewing machines that
have been taken in on new Standard no
taries offered Wednesday at prices ranging
from 85.00 to 814.00. on terms of 81.00
These Include drop head and box tops, all in
perfect sewing condition and ' guaranteed for
one year. Included are; Sluger, White, Stand
ard, Wheeler & Wilson, New Champion, Howe
Borrss.rtah Co. s.msn.
Co. E very body's Store 16th
' 'a. 'I
MR. PITAS. KCHKU,
Crenadn, Miss., writes Ijiat he found re
lief himself by usInR, Dr. Caldwell
Syrup ivpsln and now keeps it on hand
for fanrtly use. A hottl of Dr. Cald
well's Hnrup Peneln should have a place
In eveiv tsmlly nirdhine chest. A trial
bottlo ran bo obtained, fre of charge,
by writing to Dr. W. B. Cnldwe'.l. V-t
Washington St., Montlcello, Illinois.
till 9 P. M
Alt Aim v
Mt 1 i
New Fashions in Blouses
$3.95, $5.95, $7.50, $10 and Up
BLOUSES pastel-hued and lovely, in
filmy crepe, including waists of georg
ette in white, flesh color, bisque or tea
rose, trimmed with val, Venice or filet lace, hem
stitching embroidery and tucks with the new lare.
flat collars, deep frills and Jabots.
Burrst s-BTun Oov--Ssoond Floor.
CONTINUING! our annual March,
sale of housefurnUhlngs
everything that is of a helpful
and labor saving nature Is embrac
ed in this sale,
83c Stew Pans, 9
Wear Hver Aluminum atew
75c Jluiul Wawhers, 39
Auto Vacuum Hand Washers.
iiih- Sauce Pans, J 5
White and white enamel lip
sauce pans, 39c values, at 15.
:i.50 Fleetric Iron, 82 50
Rite Heat Electric lion, 6-lb.
slie. heavily nickel plated bo
and base, unlimited guarantee,
complete with detachable cord
and stand, special, 82.50.
Cleanser, 3 cans, JO
Sunbright Cleanser, Tv cans, 3
cans for 10.
Washing I'owder, 2 pkgs., 25
Lighthouse Washing Powders,
large packages, 2 pkgs. for 25.
Burr.as-sTuh fin, Bsismsst.
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