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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, MAY Ifi. 1916.
BETTER THAN CALOMEL I
IhuiiMinilN Have Discovered Dr.
KdwarclV Olive Tablets are
a Harmless Substitute.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tableis-the subst!
ttite for calompi are a mild but mire laxa
tive, and their effect on the liver la almost
Instantaneous They ore the result of Dr.
Kdwards' determination not to treat liver
and bowel complaint with calomel. Ilia
nfforts to banish It brought out these lit
tle olive colored tabled.
Theae pleasant little tablets do the good
that calomel does, but have no bad after
effects. They don't injure the teeth like
strong liquids or, calomel. They take hold
of the trouble and quickly correct it. Why
cura the liven at the expense of the
teeth? Calomel sometimes plays havoj
with the gums. So do strong liquids.
It is best not to take calomel, but to let
Dr. Kdwarda' Olive Tablets take Its pla'S.
Most headaches, "dullnesx" and that
laxy feeling come from constipation and a
disordered liver. Take Dr. Edwards
Olive Tablets when you feel loguy and
"heavy." Note how they "clear'' clouded
brain and how they "im i k up" the spirit.
At loc and too per box. All druKsists.
The Ollva Tablet Company, Columbus O.
New Method Beautific$
Teeth, Gums, Remarkably
"irliis must have good teeth If the
want to be kisaalile," said Dr. Harvey
II. Wiley to a Jlib.i'.'u News rtpniter.
Ji ad-led- "Women ma be safely klss
rl on fim cheek unless they ale neauti
lled wllh poisonous "paint or rouge." lu
cres! attaches to the subject lieiaU'B
nf recent revelations. Htatlsti'S Indicate
t Imt about No tier cent, of adults have
pyorrhea, though this can now be suc
cessfully treated. Herlnu systemic, ail
ments ore also known to originate in
the mouth, where millions of gernm
congregate. ''Ills is the reason for Dr.
Wllev'a 'advice concerning oscillation.
Increasing knowledge In this direction,
druggists sav, has increased the domain!
for avalol, known to he remarkably af
fective In keeping the mouth in
Siealthy state, it Is used like tootli
paste, and If the teeth be brushed with
It regularly, no dentifrice is necessar.
kt hss been found that avatol destroy
the "smeha," discovered recently to Im
the cause of pyorrhea. The user soon
finds that teeth and gums bwoine
firmer. Inflammation or bleeding ceases,
recession of gums Is arrested. Not only
that, this harmless substance is won
derful for removing discoloration, keep
ing the teeth sparkling white and beai
tifiil. A quarters worth of refined ava
tol In the household may save lots of
To Keep the Face
Fresh, Clear, Youthful
More Important than the cosmetic
rare of the complexion Is its physical
care. To keep the face clean, fresh,
youthful, there's nothing better than
i ninmon mcrcoll.ed wax. Jt absorbs the
soiled or faded worn-out skin particle.
Cosmetics slinplv add nnwholesoineiipss
to the complexion. That's the difference.
t'.y all means, scipilie the mercoHzod
v. ax habit. It's so easy to get an ouiso
of the wax at the druggist's, apply at
night like cold cream and wash It off
next morning. There's no detention In
doors, the old skin coming off so gra'1
slly no one suspects you're using any
Ihlng. When In a week or two the al
luring youthful, roselike underskln Is
fullv In view well, you won't want, or
need, a make-up complexion after that.
It. must be apparent that this process
means complete riddance of all eutati-
eous blemishes, like freckles, pimples,
blotches and blackheads.
Kor obstinate wrinkles, a tnri bath
made by dissolving sn ounce of saxollte
In a half pint witch hazel, surpasses
massage cream and everything else for
You Can't Brush or
Wash Out Dandruff
Tha only sure way to get rid of dand
ruff Is to dissolve It, then you destroy
It entirely. To do this, get about four
ounces of ordinary liquid arvon; upply
It at night when retiring: use enougli
to moisten the scalp and rub It In
gently with the finger tips.
Do this tonight, and by morning, most
if not all, of your dandruff will be gone,
an three or four more applications wljl
compUUly dissolve and entirely destroy
every single sign and trace of it, no
natter how much dandruff you may
Vou will find, too, that all itching and
digging of the scalp will stop at on c,
and your hair will be fluffy, lustrous,
glossy, silky and soft, and look and feel
a hundred times better.
Vou can get liquid arvon at any drug
tore. It is inexpensive and never fail
to do the work. Advertisement.
TODAY'S AID TO BEAUTY
An especially fine shampoo for this
weather, one that dissolves and en
tirely removes all dandruff, excess oil
and dirt, can easily be made at trif
ling expenso by simply dissolving a tea
spoonful of lanthrox In a cup of hot
water, four slowly imi scalp and mas
sage briskly. This creates a eiioUilna:,
cooling latlir. iilnslng leuvca the sculp
spoileHsly dean, soft and pliant, while
the hair lakes eft the glossy ilrhnees of
natural color, also a fluffines which
makes it seem much heavier than it Is.
After a i ahthmx " shampoo urranglng
the hair Is a pleimuie Advertisement,
Make Skin Smooth
T' ere is ore safe. t(.n.lti 1 1 ei -
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Manager of the H. M. Orschel Com
pany Hangs to Door Casing
as Building Collapses.
FIVE THOUSAND DAMAGE DONE
Clinging to a door casing, A. M.
Peterson, 2214 North Nineteenth
street, manager of the II. M. Orschel
company, with office on the second
floor of the Aivsrican Supply com
pany building, 1102-4-O Farnam
street, barely escaped death Sunday
afternoon, as the floor beneath the
store' rooms collapsed sending six
carloads of roofing material to the
ground below. The air pressure
cansed by the collapse of the floor
broke the large plafe glass windows
in the front of the building, scatter
ing broken glass over a radius of
more than 1011 feet on Farnam street.
No one was around the place at the
time of the accident save Mr. Peter
son. The building is owned by the
Creighton real estate company.
Mr. Peterson came to the offices
yesterday morning preparatory to
doing some work on the books of
the company. Shortly after noon he
heard a peculiar sound, which later
proved to be the timbers breaking.
Has Narrow Escape.
Leaving the office lie began a
lour of the building trying to locate
the sound. Coining to the store
rooms, he wa', about to enter when
the floor suddenly colUosed, leaving
him hanging to the edge of ihe door,
Finally releasing his hold he slid
down among the debris, sustaining a
few scratches about the face and
Investigation showed that the en
tire west side of the second floor,
which is occupied by the store rooms
of the Orschel company, had cracked
in two in the middle, throwing the
entire contents upon the stock of the
F. ly-Norris Safe company, who oc
cupy the first floor beneath, doing
serious damage to several carloads
of new safes ust .received by that
concern. The stork of the Orschel
company was damaged very slightly,
Weight Not Excessive.
The weight upon the floor wa
estimated at 200 tons, which is much
under the rating given it by the
building inspector, according to
statements made by members of the
two concerns last night.
"This building when occupied by
the Fairbanks-Morse company some
years ago has held up loads that
were many times as heavy," said
G. K. McBridr, manager of the
American Supply company, while
speaking of the accident.
J.ach of the companies in the
building will be open for business to
day, according to statements of the
owners, a large corps of laborers
having been placed upon the scene
clearing away the debris. It is
thought the damage will amount to
nearly $5,000. '
For Parade and
Chicago, III., May 15. A call will
be issued today by William Mathew
Lewis, secretary of the Illinois Naval
league, to business and professional
men, officials of commercial organ
izations and civil organizations to
formulate plans for a preparedness
demonstration to be held in Chicago
similar to that in which 145,000 per
sons paraded in New York.
Tentative dates suggested are June
10, during the national convention
week, and July 4. Ihe earlier date
is meeting with favor as it is felt
that such a demonstration at the time
of the great conventions being held
in the city would have considerable
effect upon politicians and other vis
itors from throughout the country.
The Chicago rally, according to
promoters, will be representative of
the middle west.
The demonstration will consist of
a great parade, a patriotic rally and
oratory by speakers of national fame.
Leaders in the movement feel that
at least 200,000 persons would be in
POLICE OF LINCOLN
HAVE MURDER MYSTERY
(From a Stsff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May IV- Special.)- The body
of Kugcne Sibatner. a chimneysweep,
ss found badly mangled beside the Hur-lln-.ton
tracks near in Icehouse yester
day. A pool of blood was found seventy
feet fast of the dark where Ihe ntidy
wss found, ami another fn-t south of
the body and no bimul iilung the track
between, leading th ic'llie to believe that
the mm mlalil Im'r lici-n mm den I and
his body placed on lh US
TO G. A. R. ENCAMPMENT
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PEARSON WILL RUN
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DEMOS MUST THROW
OFF BREWERS' YORE
Bryan, in Second Signed Statement,
Says Prohibition is Only Salva
tion for Party in Nebraska,
BLAMES G. 0. P. FOR HIS DEFEAT
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, May 15. (Special Tele
gram.) Declaring the democratic
party to be hopelessly in the hands
of the brewers and calling upon its
members to awake from the condi
tion the paVty is in and come out for
prohibition, W. J. Bryan issued a sec
ond signed statement today. '
He says that there is nothing in the
democratic party as it is at present
constituted to attract the young men
of the country, and that the only sal
vation for it in the future in Ne
braska is to throw off the yoke of the
brewers and hitch the democratic
donkey tight anil fast to Ihe water
lie says thai many republicans
voted in the democratic party to "de
feat me and my brother," but sees in
the result of the fight a reunited
party after the liquor business is put
out of the state, lie reviews his own
defeat, but he sees in the vote he re
reived a diminishing of the wet vote
in his pai't,y.
Body of Mrs. Gates
Brought to Albion
Albion. Neb., May 15. (Special
Telegram. ) Colonel D. J. Gales and
daughter arrived home here by spe
cial train last evening, bringing the
body of Mrs. Gates, who died in Los
Angeles, Cal., where she had gone
for her health. The funeral will be
held from the home in this city on
Wednesday. The deceased was a
member of the Kpiscopal church, the
Boone County Old Settlers' associa
tion and was highly esteemed for her
many acts of charity in the commun
ity. BANKERS WILL MEET
AT BEATRICE WEDNESDAY
Beatrice, Neb., May 15. (Special.)
The annual meeting of Group No.
1, Nebraska Bankers' association, will
be held in this city Wednesday, May
17. The local bankers have prepared
plenty of entertainment for the visit
ors, a feature of which will be a min
strel show in the evening.
The program for the meeting fol
lows: a. nv 'AI.I, To fTU'Kft
Invocation Flv. N P I'siiersnu. psator
Firm I'resbyterlsn church, Htrli-a.
Aiidrras of Welcome lioti. J P. Bsun
W, msyor of Hmrlce
ll-anonan to Adilra of Welcome W . II,
(hoa, rsahler lli.liron Hit lnk .
IreMni's Adrtr. R o. Xsrni.il. rIT
Icr Merchants National bsnk, Nehiaska
"The"' ;nfns of roup Mae'lnsn,
Thomas Murray, Dunbar, iirealdont Ne
braska Bankers' sssoclsilon.
Aiipnlmment ef cmnmliies.
Adjournment unlll 'J p. m
AKTKR.NOON, I O'CLOCK
"The KHMIons of Ihe Bnkr lo ihe
C'ouris." .Iuils James T. Besley. Papllllon.
"A Hurfuli of Money," Dsn J. Itlley, csah
tcr Dawaon bsnk, Iiswson
"Nabraak Inaursnca I.swa,'' Edward M.
Msriln. Omaha, i ounsel Nabrsalis flank
"A Talk," H. W. Kelly. cshlr Peru
Rials bank, Peru.
Heporla of commit les.
PLANT PROJECT REVIVED
Belle Fourche, S. Ii. May 15.
(Special.) Officials 61 Ihe Great
Western Sugar company of Denver,
with whom negotiations for a beet
sugar factory at some point in this
vicinity, have been in progress for
months, are now here going over the
country. S. M. Kdgill, the vice presi
dent; W. L. Petriken, assistant to the
president, and I'M I. Griffin aild W, 1J.
Hoover, stockholders, arc in the
party which is visiting the irrigated
district including St. Ongc, Arpan,
Newell. Nisland, Fruitdale and Spear
fish. They are here to go over the
500 acres where beet sugar seeds
have been planted as an experiment,
which, if successful, means a $1,()KI,
000 factory for this district,
FARMERS NEAR PAUL
ORGANIZE A UNION
Avoca, Neb., May 15. (Special.)
The farmers near I'aul, Otoe county,
have filed articles of incorporation
and bylaws of the Farmers' I'nion
and Co-operative association with ihe
rounty clerk of that county, The'rap
iial stock is to be iO.iNH), Following
are its officers: I'resident. Ja
I.athrop; vice president, Fred Oelke,
jr.; secretary, H. II ciiiienun ;
treasurer, John .Spinner. Directors
A. M. Dutr, Fred Tegtmeyer, Joseph
Francis, K. II. rniicnian, I red
Oelke, jr ; John mnrr ami Jay
I.athrop. I he) will transact business
at I'aul, uhuli will bra Krneral rlr
vaiot and gcurial siipplv Iniaiiiri
HEAVY RAIN FLOODS
BLUE VALLEY LANDS
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TEXAN IN OMAHA
George T. Hajrwarden, Columbus
(Tex.) Merchant Recites Tragedy
of Texas Border.
IS DISGUSTED WITH WILSON
"See that hole in my left ear?"
George T. Hay warden, Columbus,
Tex., storekeeper, who is stopping in
Omaha at the Carlton hotel en route
to Montreal, exltiibted a jagged
wound, not yet healed, last night.
"One of Mister I'ancho Villa's
sniper's did that."
Mr. llaywarden operated, a small
general store at Columbus at the
time of the sensational Villa raid,
some time ago. His place was
burned to the ground and when he
fled a bullet clipped a piece out of
"That experience plumb disgusted
me wilh Texas border country and
as soon as I could fix things up, I
.started for (he north,"
He is going to Montreal to go into
business with a brother.
Tells of Villa Raid.
"Yes. I'll tell soil all about that Villa
raiil. I've t old It several hundred times
alreadv, so I euess II won't hurt me to
tell It again.
' Tcxss folks have been reeling can
tankerous for a long time about theie
bandlls, hut we were more afraid nf our
own soldiers If they'd have permuted
us to defend ourselves a year ago the
Columbus sffalr would neve! have hap
pened. "Why, lots of llnies you could see soma
sneaking Mexican, laying behind a csctus
across the border with a )-, taking pot
shois at white men Just for luck,
"We didn't dare fire hark or o sfler
them for fear of violating President Wil
son's sacred neutrality.
Raid Was a Surprise.
"Every time they'd slap us, we'd Just
turn Ihe other cheek, figuratively speak
ing. ?o wonder they became emboldened.
The Columbus raid was a complete sur
prise, thoiinh, and nesrly evei yliody thai
was killed was shot down from behind
without a ch.mca for defense.
"When they set fire to my store and
commenced shooting I had to rm' with
out even getting my gun. I heard a
dnidi bullets whlsz past me and evsrv
step I took I thought was my last one.
I didn't even know I'd been bt until I
wss out of danger. Inside of a coup'e
of minutes I worked around to where
about forty Americans were gathered
wiUi guns snd ammunition, and the way
we III out sfter those snesklng hounds
w ss s Cj hi Imi.
Drummer is a Hero.
"A lliile Si el. -b Ii lull traveling man
from Houston had to automatic snd I1
saw Ii I ni shoot down five Mexicans
quicker thsn you csn bat your eye. When
he emptied bis tuns he let out a yell and
threw both of them at ihe enemy and
started out, unarmed and on foot, to
chase them. He wss a raving maniac,
that's how msd he was We grabbed
him, of course, and when the organized
pursuit stsrted he wss one "f rtie volun
teer posse. The Isst T heard of him he
wss still Roing after m."
Mr. Haywnrden said he fired sboul a
hundred rounds of ammunition, but war
not sure whether or not he made any
Wilson Unpopular in Texas.
"President Wilson Is as popular In
Texas as a yellow flog on Kt. Pstrlck'r
day. Ton folk up north here haven't
sny Idea how much we Texan suffered
from the .Mecans. Kvery male Mexican
Is a menaca to Americans. Whetlier
they're Vllllstas, C'srranslsiss, or what
ever, st hesrt they're Just pratn bandits
all of th"tn. Whatever way they're
fighting, It Americans first they're
after. This country should have Inter
vened years ago, and it's still a crying
shame and dl,grara to the American
flag that we don't mass our entire army
down ih"r and clenr house, once sml
for all time. Of course, I've got no sym
pathy for Americans who go Into Mexico
to make money, but I do ray that Ameri
cans living In south Texss are entiled to
protection, and It s a shame t hey re not
getting It, I'm through down there until
I'resident Wilson comes to his s-uisee and
Jump from Bed
in Morning and
Drink Hot Water
Ttlls why cveryon should drink
hot water tich morning
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give Americans a th.tnce for their ll'es
Mr. llaywarden will leave tonight for
Chicago and then will go to .Montreal,
where he will make his home.
If this country ever does step in, no
matter where l am or In what business.
Notions at Record Low Prices
Wp Ikivp arranpod for cxra spaoo ami extra salespeople to tak pood'eflre of the un
usual response tlint is mire to coine from this announcement. Three bargain Rfuares on
the Mnin Floor, in addition to tlie regular sjmt'c in (lie Notion Store. You can easily
iiiiticipate vour siinimer sewing needs and s,iv coniideralile money here on Tuesday.
KVI'KY if j:M A WONDKI.Kl'L VALUE. Main floor.
I'ure Silk Washable Middy I .hops, each 5c
.Scissor and Shears, wort ti 75c atirt fl.JO ..50c
Inalde Skirt Helling, apt'Hal, yard 5c
One blK lot of Maehln Thread, soiup ('iiHts'. . . .2'C
('. M. ('. and llt'lsy Floss Croehel Cotton, all slightly
soiled, ball 0c
Oiip blK lot of Maohlnn Thread, some Coats'. ., .2' ic
SpwIiir Ma:hinp IIpIIh; apeclal, Paeh 230
Shpll Hair I'lns, sale prlrp, box 5c
Cord for shirring Drpsacs, 8 yard - -5c
Ban-Silk, spp'lal Tuesday, spool 3''jC
Amprlran Maid Crochrt Cotton, ball (c
lOO yard spools of SpwIiik Hllk 3' aC
larKP shppts of Tar I'aper, for clotlis; moth and dust
proof, each , 5c
Skirt and Pants Hangprs, speclul, each 5c
Hanllary Aprons, Tupsday, park 15c
Hold Kyed Np(m1ih, paohagp a ........ ii'jC
Uarrpttps, sppcial Tuesday, Pach 5c
Safpty Tins, sale price, 3 dozen for , 5c
Hpst Iluatproof Dress Clasps, card 4c
Marhine Oil, sppcial, bottlp 5c
Fast Colorpd Darning Collon, 4 spools for Jjc
Soft Faca Chamois, ear-h 4c
Wood and Wire Coat Jlan(?prs, 3 for 5c
UnRprle Ribbon for undprwear, bolt 5c
Mutton Molds, all sizes and shapes, bunch 2' C
Rick Rack Urald, special, bolt , (jc
8-Brd bolts of KiikIIsIi Twilled Tape, bolt 5c
j rvr-- n m w i-a r,ar::. ' l WWJS? Jain n' I
A Big' Basement Bargain Store Sale of
I'JAISTS AJD TUSLirJ UrJDERrJEAR
WK HAVE BEEN EXTREMELY FORTUNATE in our purchase!,
as you will quickly realize when you see these offerings of Waists and
Muslin Underwear at the low prices we quote.
The Chances to Save Here Are Very Unusual
More Than 3,000 Blouses Divided Into Three Lots
Every garment in this sale is unmatched anywhere else at the price-. "7
Over 1,1)00 BIoiihps; many arp sam
ples; other styles in all slzen, Poz
pnw of styles to selpct from, all up-to-date.
Many different klnilH of
dfslrabln wash materials -Voiles,
Organdies, Novelty Wash Materials,
Rice Cloth, .Jap Silks, etc. HlRh
necks and low necks, long and ahort
sleeves. Hundreds of splendid
HloiiHPH, worth 75c and 11. On, all at
a give a wis price Tuea- Cfl
day, each OUC
Buy Muslin Underwear in the B
Women's "ill" Knveliipp t'lieinUe, nil size!
Plain, Kxtni (iomi Muslin Drawt
Women 'a 'J,"n and L'fic ('iiiset
Women' L'.V Urassicres, all sizes
Wollien'a :!!!. Kllllil'iiiilei'.'il Itotlmn, Pull l,Pliulll I'fttieoata
Women 'a :t!li- I'ull I.entMh. I ,jhi Trimnieil N'ijtlit tlowns
Women 'h $1,ih) extra sie wnle ru hritu l-i- hot tutu Pettieoutx,
Women's 7."ie i xtra wide ( inliroiderv bnltom PettieoatH, .
Women's .Vli' Pink aiol lUne tYeii Niu'lit 1 1 1 lis, lace trimmed, cut t""f't
finid and full. tinod tilally f f ,,.,45c VJll
Women's ,".(!.' KlIiln'KldefV I Lot tout Pettlionls. , . , . . , 3?C IT1S
Wi,iii,')t' T.i,. Cri-rat' lie f'liklu
i-.iili s . , ,
Women's S,!ia-ttp I iHlllsiile
Women s ) ti Nii-lit ti'iwim,
as extra " sies ,
Wnlllru's Nlllt lioMlt, Si
Women antra iftiml Ji I. nee
iiirls' and Miiiis I'niii-v I'.m to '.Milered Prio.f, . list Is' Pettti'n.its, vit(j and without want,
Mips, ti to It! i ids , ,''. values. . 30o f ir 15a
tiiils' ". N'urht lii.iis ' in I;' vrnrs 2Ja Plain and I. see Trimmed rnr for tirls
it.- NrifM ti.ini, i i
III p.iok up am'. Join the army. I've got
'a lot nf Mored-up grudges against Mexi-
rinci. undee escort i.f the monitor Tails-
basse and the torpedo boHt des'rnyer
'; ,t!v here .'ub'y,0n " '" '''""
That Offers Fine Savings
Over 1,000 wonderful Blouses; doz
ens of styles; every blouse iip-to-the
minute. New sport stripes, fan
cy white and color combinations,
fine white organdie and voile
Hlousps, embroidered and plain Jap
silks, etc. Rvery style In all sizes.
;i6 to 4i. New, fresh, crinp, clean,
perfect mouses. Specially
plced for this sale..
Covers, all size
aii.l l.ju-. Jan StlL unit V.h..i I'uiii
i -- r '
, , 48c
. , . 23o
iitien of stvles, all sizes, as uell
t. lat! t ll'l ...35C
aiul .uibriider Tf i tit tti a- I'dmns
I.' r,rs. . . , 35c "J hi M
Step Forward, Too,
IN A BIG BASEMENT SALE
U('. aM t4
(.'a'' -In i,i d i I (. k lit
t 'n iti -J . m . i' ..ii All
'-"', i t Sl.tH
M ' 4 f R.i.i, a a ty is
' ,"' Vt at -.(It
.' H tl.lt)
ti-, j . it, tin
f s.tiltfat t,-lll t'1'"' " l
m .1 li .au tit Ka 'P '!.
j Movie Theater.
St'PEIUOR. Neb.. May 15. (Special.
Telegram.) J, II. .Morrison Is to remodel
i hiaw building that has been used as a
1 saloon for years and make an up-to-datn
: moving picture and vaudeville theater, of
"Perlor two movie playhouses.
Dress Forms at
a Special Price
"Better Way" 4 aeetional
Forma that can be adjusted to
any aize at neck, bust, hips and
waist, also any height. These
forms have extra arm pieces
to show the exact setting of
sleeves, also the hips are longer
than anv other forms. Ream.
""larly sold for
12 yard bolts of Hlas Tspe, bolt
Sewing Machina Npedles, for all makes of machines,
one needle ftireader free with each package, at,,..8j
Klastle. plecps, all colors, each 2'0
Over 600 beautiful Silk Blouses;
dozens of new, right up-to-data
models; every new color and shade,
as1 well as black; made of crnpa de
chine, tub silks, Rajah fancy
lace and silk combinations. Heavy
Jap silk, satin sublime, etc. &zes
36 to 44 In most every style. $2.00,
$2.60 and $1.00 values; all grouped
at the small price
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