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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1916.
WIFE TOO ILL
IN BED MOST OF TIME
Ker Health Restored by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Indianapolis, Indiana. " My health
was so poor and my comtitntion so run
.down tnat 1 could
not work. I was
thin, pale and weak,
weighed but 109
pounds and was in
bed most of tho
time. I began tak
ing Lydia E. Pink
Compound and five
months later I
weighed 133 pounds.
I do all the house
work and washing for eleven and I can
truthfully say Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound has been a godsend
to me for I would have been in my grave
today but for it. I would tell all wo
men suffering as I was to try your valu
able remedy. "-Mrs. Wm. Green, 332
S. Addison Street, Indianapolis, Indiana.
There is hardly a neighborhood in this
country, wherein some woman has not
found health by using this good old
fashioned root and herb remedy.
If there is anything about which yon
would like special advice, write to the
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn,
i,,, i.. i u.i.iuiur
Alkali Makes Soap
Bad for Washing Hair
Most soaps and prepared shampoos
contain too much alkali, which is very
injurious, as it dries the scalp and
makes the hair brittle.
The best thing to use is just plain
mulsified cocoanut oil, for this is pure
and entirely greaseless. It's very
cheap and beats the- most expensive
soaps or anything else all to pieces.
You can get this at any drug store,
and a few ounces will last the whole
family for months.
Simply moisten the hair with water
and rub it in, about a teaspoonful is
all that is required. It makes an
abundance of rich, creamy lather,
cleanses thoroughly and rinses out
easily. The hair dries quickly and
evenly and is soft, fresh looking,
bright, fluffy, wavy and easy to han
dle. Besides, it loosens and takes out
every particle of dust, dirt and dan
.Season and Variable Routes.
Chicago to New York and
return ....... ..... .$31.70
Chicago to Boston and re
Chicago to Buffalo or Ni
agara Falls' and return . . 18.38
And many other points.
Three Trains Daily From La Sails
OBSERVATION CAR TO
Write A. B. B. Burrows,
787 Brandeit Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
BARBER FINDS SIMPLE
WAY TO EASE HIS FEET
Barberi are great foot sufferers, u a rule.
One barber who has been for years a victim
of this trouble recently discovered a simple
way to relieve his foot aches, pains and
discomforts. He Is telling all his friends
and clients about it and there Is general re
joicing among those who formerly suffered
terribly from this trouble. This barber dis
covered a preparation called Wa-Ne-Ta In
the corner drug store. He bought a 26-cent
package and, taking It home, dropped two
tablets In a basin of hot water and bathed
his feet for a few minutes. To his delight,
every ache and pain disappear and his feet
no longer trouble him. Tou can do the
same. You, can use Wa-Ne-Ta with delight
ful effect th your body bath. Leaves skin
soft and antiseptlcally clean, If your drug
gist hasn't Wa-Ne-Ta, send us 10 cents and
we'll mall you a sample package, prepaid, to
your address. L. C. Landon, South Bend,
FOR THE WOMEN
Many women are coming to my
office for daily or weekly treat
ment. Many cases cured and most
all are benefited. I DO NOT AD
VISE OPERATION, as most doc
tors do. Consultation, $1.00. Ex
amination or office treatment, $2.
I give you the medicine. No mat
ter what your ailment, I invite
you to call.
DR. J. C. WOODWARD,
7 301 Ron Bldg.,
16th and Farnam, Omaha.
Imperfect Noses Corrected, Sagging
Faces Lifted, Wrinkles Removed
lti Woodbury Trootnwnt.
1 POSITIVELY NEVER USE PARAFFIN,
ONE FREE TREATMENT TO DEMON
STRATE MY TREATMENT IS PAINLESS.
W. H. BAILEY. M. O.
Plaatle ana Cosmetic 8urgeon.
1426 Glenarm St., Denver, Colo,
phone Champa 1821. Eighth Year In Denver
Profeaalonal and Bank References.
WAR Against Hay Fever
Th Hay Fave Season is now en. and
thousands are obtaining relief by th usa
of "BNUFFINE," Cook's Hay fever Re
lief. It will not irritate the nose or eyes,
but is soothing, cleansing and healing. It
Is the only remedy that will assure you a
Clear Head and Eyes. For SALE at
all Drug Stores, or mailed to you direct
upon receipt of One Dollar.
Writ for Pamphlet.
COOK CHEMICAL COMPANY,
- Caspar, Wyoming, U. 5. A.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
"Tnwwwntl for Kportlna Goods.
Gomlrtob Oardesj HoseMorton e. Won.
' Eleetrl Fans, $740 Burgeas.Qrand.in Ce
Have Root Print It Now Beacon Press.
Half-karat White Diamond, $78. Bdholm.
Dawks Flared la Park Thirty-two rataed-In-Omaha
Peking ducks have been placed
tn the lagoon of Miller park.
To Itepave Nicholas Street Repavlng of
Nicholas street) three blocks north of Grace
street, was ordered by the city council.
"Totlay's Movie, migrant,- classified see
tlon today. It appears In The Bee eiolu
slvely. Find out what the various moving
oletur theaters offer.
Pocket la Picked Harry Baker Thir
teenth and Douglas streets, reported to the
police that his ecket was picked Monday
The Meady Advancement of business up
the Farnam Hill Is another reminder to
lorste your office In The Bee Building, "the
building that Is always new."
J. W. Rumple Bound Over J. W. Rumple,
rharged with wife abandonment, was bound
over to the district court, with bonds fixed
Three Draw Stiff Finns J. Bower, H.
Iverson. J. Parker and M. McCoy were each
fined ffiO and costs on a charge of robbing
C. H. Brock of Sioux City of 930.
Mexican Bound Over Mike Martlnes,
Mexican, arrested for robbing W. Creamer
of Fromont of 18, wt bound over to the
district court, with bonds fixed at $750.
Introduces Spotlight Ordinance Coram ls
sldfcer Kugel Introduced an ordinance pro
hibiting use of spotlights on automobiles
traversing pavrd streets and boulevards. .
Sells llrlrk Flats J. C. Hard man has sold
his row of brick flats at the northeast cor
ner of Twenty -third and Nicholas streets to
M. A. Pease. Th price given is i:,000.
Robbed of Money Michael Beck of Clar
ion, la.. Informed the police that a sneak
thief gained entrance to hla room at the
Metropolitan hotel by way of the fire escape
and stole 936.
s Annual Newsboys' Picnic Omaha news
boys are to hold their annual plcnto at Krug
park August S, a full program of outdoor
sjiorts being planned, together with big eats.
Uus Miller, Mogy Bernstein and others will
help direct the festivities.
Ordinance Affects Brick Concern The city
council passed an ordinance prohibiting,
after September 10, hauling of dirt to brick
kilns from places rmoved from kiln yards.
This legislation affects especially the Smith
Bros. Urick company on South Twenty
Navy Enlists Two Men William R. Jes
sup of Clay Center, Neb., passed the exam
inations at the local recruiting office and
bus been enlisted In the navy as apprentice
sen man. James L. Western of Halfway.
.Mo., enlisted as boilermaker. That Is one
of the best jobs In the navy, paying 971 a
month at tho first enlistment.
Benefit Vandevllle Show A vaudeville
performance wilt be given at Mecca hall,
Twenty-fourth and Grant streets, by the
Negro Women's Christian association
Wednesday evening. The proceeds will go
toward paying off the Indebtedness of the
association's home at 3029 Plnkney street.
Mrs. Irvin Gray, Mrs. J. H. Smith and Mrs.
James G. Jewell are In charge of tho affair.
In Clay County
Edgar, Neb., July 11. (Special.)
Harvest is just about completed in
this section and the first threshing
outfit went out this morning. Before
the week is over there will be ma
chines working in all directions, for
if this weather keeps up almost all the
farmers will thresh from the shock.
The wheat is fine and the yield is
good. Corn is not suffering any, but
the ground is getting pretty dry. Al
though the days are hot, the nights
are cool and heavy dew falls, enough
to moisten the ground close to the
stalks and at the grass roots.
Nebraskan Victim of
Gary Wire Tappers
" Chicago; 111.", .July 1L S. H. Wer
ner of Petersburg, Neb., reported to
the police today that he had been
swindled out of $4,500 by alleged wire
tappers in Gary, Ind. Werner said
there were five men in the gang.
They are being sought by the police.
Superior Man Dies
in South Dakota
Superior, Neb., July 11. (Special.)
A telegram received here today tells
of the death of Ben Stockfeldt in
South Dakota this morning. Mr.
Stockfeldt has been traveling out of
Superior for many years. He was
prominent in lodge circles here and
was a member of the Elk lodge at
Hastings. Particulars of the death
have not yet been learned, but it is
rumored that it was caused by an au
tomobile accident, as Mr. Stockfeldt
4ias recently been making this terri
tory in a car and the telegram was
sent by the man who accompanies
him on his trips. The body will prob
ably be sent here for burial.
Mrs. Mollie Sharp.
Avoca, Neb., July 11. (Special,)
Mrs. Mollie Sharp, aged about 45
years, died of pneumonia Sunday at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred
Hartman at Florence. Mrs. Sharp
was the daughter of Mrs. Benjamin
Betts of this city, and had resided
here for a number of years, having
gone to Florence only a few 'weeks
ago. She is survived by three daugh
ters. C. M. Conver.
Shenandoah, la., July 11. C. M.
Conver, 60 years old, father of a petty
officer on the flagship Arizona, is dead
after an illness of two years of creep
ing paralysis. The son, Linn Conver
is stationed at Brooklyn, N. Y., and
will be unable to attend the funeral, he
being" here recently on a visit. There
are three other children, Verne Con
ver of Coin, la., Mrs. Albert Good
of Shenandoah and Mrs. "James E.
Moore of Chicago.
Tecumseh, Neb., July U. (Special
Telegram.) Jean, youngest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Brundage, died
at the family home here tonight of
appendicitis. She was aged about 5
Stock Train Derailed.
Maywood, Neb., July 11. (Spe
cial.) Burlington stock train, No.
158, leaving Curtis, Neb., Sunday
morning was derailed about two miles
east of Curtis on account of the track
spreading. One car of hogs turned
over and two other cars left the rails.
No on was injured and only one
animal was killed. The track was
cleared up about noon Sunday.
' Bowel Complaints in India.
In a lecture at one of the Dea
Moines, Iowa, churches a missionary
from India told of going into the in
terior of India, where he was taken
sick, that he had a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy with him and believed that it
saved his life. This remedy is used
sucessfully in India bothas a preven
tive and cure for cholera. You may
know from this that it can be de
pended upon for the milder forms of
bowel complaint that occur in this
country. Obtainable everywhere.
BARRETT RULES ON
State Banks Need Accumulate
Only Up to One and Halt
Per Cent of Total.
OVER MILLION TOTAL NOW
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, July 11. (Special Tele
gram.) State banks-which have ac
cumulated a guaranty fund equal to
per cent of the deposits therein
may be relieved of paying anything
further to the fund, according to an
opinion by Deputy Attorney General
Barrett, given out today.
The law calls for an assessment up
to per cent of deposits. In the
case of some banks the deposits in
those banks have dropped off until
the fund shows more than that per
cent of the deposit, and in such cases
they need not pay any further assess
ment, but banks other than these must
The guaranty fund now contains
over $1,100,000, while deposits in state
banks amount to about $140,000,000.
"On to Omaha 1,000 Strong,"
Slogan of Highway Boosters
Central City. Neb., July 11. (Spe
cial.) L. C. Staats, chairman of the
board of managers of the Highland
Cutoff highway, announces that Mon
day, July 24., has been named as the
date for the inauguration trip along
the -new highway, and that it will be
attended by greater preparations than
those originally made, when the event
had to be postponed because of , the
heavy rains., Plans are in progress to
have Central City as well, or better
represented, on this trip than any
other town along the proposed route.
The slogan for the entire route is "On
to Omaha, One Thousand Strong."
The Highland Cutoff is a new route,
which substantially decreases the dis
tance between Omaha and Central
City as traversed on the Lincoln high
way, and passes (through the towns
of Hordville, Polk, Stromsburg,
Ulysses, Dwight, Valparaiso, Weston,
Wahoo, Mead and Valley. It is exd
pected that Governor Morehead will
come to Central City and from here
make the entire route with the boost
ers to Omaha, where they are to be
met by the Omaha Auto club and
escorted to the Den of the Ak-Sar-Ben
for entertainment. "
Board of Control Gives
School Clean Bill in Scandal
Geneva, Neb., July 11. (Special.)
The State Board of Control today
gave employes a clean bill in a little
candal at the Geneva Industrial school
involving C. C. Murray, institution
farmer, and one of the women em
ployes. The woman, who is 23 years
of age, -confessed her part after the
man had left the institution. The
board after making a thorough in
vestigation finds the officers of the
school are not attault for lack of dis
covery e improper relations between
the two employes. '
n Harvest Work in Merrick.
Central City, Neb., July 11. (Spe
cial.) Harvest work is progressing
rapidly and all the prospects are for a
good big crop of small grain in this
section. Harvest hands being short,
it has been necessary for many of the
farmers to work overtime on Sunday
in order to care for the fast-ripening
grain. The corn has made phenomenal
progress in the last three weeks, and
although rain would help it greatly,
it is not suffering to any great extent.
Pastures are drying pretty badly in
Fish With Pitchforks.
Aurora, Neb., July 11. (Special.)
Hundreds of people from this com
munity spent Sunday at the Platte
river fishing with pitchforks. The
Platte has become just a few tiny
streams of water across the sandy
bed and the fish that were not lucky
enough to escape into the Missouri
are marooned in pools. They are
easy prey with a pitchfork.
L. C. Stockham.
Stockham, Neb., July 11. (Spe
cial.) L. C. Stockham, aged 65 years,
a pioneer of Stockham, Neb., died at
his home here Monday after an ill
ness of.three months. His widow and
three children survive. FuneraK ser
vices will be held Wednesday after-
Soldiers' Home Notes
Grand Island, Neb., July 11. (Special.)
Rev, Jackson of the Baptist church of
Grand Island officiated at the funeral of
J. Sumner, which was held at the home
chapel on the afternoon of Thursday, July.
Mr. Bense, an employe at Burkett, who
enlisted a short time ago with the Kearney
company of the National Guard, reported
with his company at Camp Morehead, but
failed upon physical examination and has
returned to Burkett to resume his work aa
Mr. and Mrs. McGrew have returned after
a very delightful trip through the moun
tains of .Colorado.
The contract for the new Ice plant will be
let about the 17th of this month.
Mr. Oraham, one of the painters who has
been working at Burkett for the last month,
will leave Grand Island for Rochester, Minn.,
this evening, in the hopes of benefiting his
wife's health. She will receive medical
treatment at Rochester.
Mrs. White has been visiting at Brad
s haw, Neb., with relatives and saya while
there disposed of her land Interests In Win
ner, SJ D. to good advantage.
Mrs. Spencer has returned from a de
lightful visit at Ord.
M. G. Priest returned Saturday night from
Denver, where he has been visiting for the
laat five months. As soon as he rests up
he will go to Red Oak, la., where he will
visit with his sister.
Mrs. Henry Stelcup has returned with her
husband from Pocatello, Idaho, where she
went with him In the Interest of his health.
Miss Downey has gone to hr home for
a few days' visit and recreation.
Patrick Walsh of Omaha Is visiting a
few days with his father and mother at
Mrs. U It- Oliver of North Loup la visiting
with her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
Blair, in the dormitory, this week.
The following Is the list of thoae taking
furloughs: J. W. Metcalfe, thirty dayii;
Mr. and Mrs. Gould, sixty days; James Mc
Clay, sixty days; R. W. Talcott, thirty days.
Discharged furloughs: Apollo Well sixty
days; N. Powell, sixty days; William Call,
sixty days; Gibson Dunn, thirty 4aya; Mrs.
T. Hanchett, fifteen days; Mrs. Kate Bid-,
well,, thirty days; Anna Buckets, thirty
days; Pearl Brown, thirty days; Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Brown, thirty days; H. C. Or
via, thirty days.
Sciatica's Piercing Patau
Tou can depend upon Sloan's Liniment to
kill the nerve pains of sciatica; t pene
trates without rubbing. Only 26c. All
Bishop H, M. Tihen
At North Bend
North Bend, Neb., July 11. (Spe
cial.) The new St. Charles Catholic
church here was dedicated today. It
is the finest church in the state in any
town or city of like class. It cost,
includig all furnishings, about $40,
000. The pastor, Rev. T. S. Moriarity,
has carried the heavy burden of re
sponsibility in the building of the
church, but has been nobly supported
by the Catholic people and citizens of
the town .Bishop Henry M. Tihen of
Lincoln delivered the dedicatory ser
mon and was assisted throughout the
exercises of the day by the following
clergymen: Rev. M. T. Cassidy.
O'Neil; Rev. J. J. O'Sullivan. Fre
mont; Rev. James S. Dobson, Schuy
ler; Rev.T. O. Driscoll, Blair; Rev.
James Crowley, Albion; Rev. Edward
S. Meunich, Madison; Rev. W. O'Sul
livan, Tilden; Rev. James W. Stcnt
son and Rev. Hugh Gately of Omaha.
Returns from Gage
Beatrice, Neb., July 11. (Special.)
J. A. Steckman and F. C. Shultz,
who reside near Rockford, this coun
ty, were the first farmers to thresh
their wheat crop, which yielded well.
From thirteen acres Mr. Steckman se
cured a yield of twenty bushels to
the acre; and from seventeen acres
Mr. Shultz's grain yielded twenty-four
bushels to the acre. The grain from
both fields tested sixty-two and one
half pounds to the bushel. It was
sold at Rockford for 90 cents a
Fourteen people, who were con
verted at the Jimmie Delk meetings
in this city, were baptised in the Blue
river just below the mill dam Sun
day afternoon. More than a thou
sand people lined the banks to wit
ness the ceremony.
Dr. Griffith of the feeble minded
institute has installled a moving pic
ture machine in the new auditorium
at the institute. The auditorium,
which was finished this summer at
a cost of about $40,000, will be dedi
cated September 1.
H. M. Holleman, a farmer living
ten miles southwest of Beatrice, had
a rifle and gold watch stolen from
his home yesterday. A stranger who
had been helping him in the harvest
field was left at the Holleman home
while the family was in town, and
when they returned the watch and
rifle were missing and so was the
Rev. R. C. Ryder of York was
chosen as pastor of the Nazerene
church at the business meeting of
the congregation last evening. Trus
tees, stewards and other officers were
also elected, Rev. Henry Bell of this
city being chosen as assistant pastor.
It was voted to incorporate the
church, and this will be done at
Boy Drowned in Platte
River Near Bellwood
Osceola, Neb., July 11. (Special.)
Benjamin. Hastcrt, aged -18 years,
met his death by drowning in the
Platte river" about three miles north
east of Bellwood Sunday afternoon
about 3 o'clock. The bodywas re
covered at 6 p. m., nearly 400 rods
below where he had gone down. The
family, had gone over to visit with
relatives near by and the young boys
went over for a swim in the river.
The deceased was the older of the
boys and when he was taken with
cramps the little brothers could do
nothing toward his rescue. Funeral
services were held this forenoon from
the Catholic church at Shelby. He
was the oldest of six children.
Otoa Democrata Meet
Syracuse, Neb., July ll.r(Special.)
The Otoe county democratic con
vention, which was held here Satur
day, elected these delegates to the
state convention at Hastings: A. P.
Young, H. Fastenau, D. W. Living
ston, G. W. Leidigh, V. W. Straub,
W. Riege, L. C. Miesbach, John
Smith, C. L. France, Y. R. Hedges,
J. E. Briscoe, John Mattes, W. F.
Moran, W. N. Hunter, Emit Jacob
son, J. A. White, A. H. Soflin, John
Roach and H. B. Swalley.
The county committee organized by
electing Louis J. Stutl of Nebraska
City chairman;; W. N. Hunter of
Syracuse, secretary, and S. H. Buck,
IVhai is Home
Without an Heir!
This Is a subject that has a place In all
minds in all times. And it naturally di
rects inougni as to toe
comfort of tho mother
during that wonderful
period of expectancy.
Mothers who know rec
Friend." It Is an ex
ternal remedy for the
stretching muscles, en
ables them to expand
without undue strain,
assist! the organs to
crowd af&lnst nerves,
to pull at ligaments
to thus avoid oaln.
Thus netful dan ara assured. Deoeefut
nights ara experienced, morning sickness,
headache, opprehenslon and other dis
tresses are among the various things which
women, everrwbere relate they entirety es
caped by using "Mother's Friend. And by
Its effect upon the muscles the form li re
tained and they return to their natural,
smooth contour after baby Is born.
Oet a bottle of this Inralneble aid to expes
tant mothers. Any druggist will suppl you.
It Is harmless but wonderfully effective.
Write to Bnirineld Regulator Co., 41 La
mar Bldg., Atlanta, Oa., for a specially writ
ten guide book for women Interested In the
subject of maternity; It will prots an Inspi
ration. It contains Informatfon that every
woman should know all about. Write today.
Hairs Will Vanish
After This Treatment
You can keep your skin free from
hair or fuzz by the occasional use of
plain delatone, and in using it you
need have no fear of marring or in
juring the skin. A thick paste is made
by-mixing some of the powdered dela
tone with water. Then spread on the
hairs and after 2 or 3 minutes rub off,
wash the skin and all traces of hair
have vanished. Be careful, however,
to get real delatone. Advertisement.
ELECTED TO BE DIRECTOR
OF U. S. NAT L BANK.
M?.de Director in
U. S. National Bank
Killed hy Train
Minden, Neb., July 11. (Special.)
The coroner's jury in the case of
the man whose body was found on
the Burlington track near Heartwell
Sunday morning returned a verdict
that he was killed by a train. It was
at first supposed that he hsd been
murdered and his body placed on the
track. He had been about Heartwell
for two or three days and had been
told by Constable Matson to leave
town. A number of witnesses were
examined but no facts were brought
out that would lend any weight to
the foul play theory. He was about
45 years old and was known at Mr.
Beck. There was no further clew to
his identity and nothing could be
ascertained as to his previous resi
dence. The body was buried here
Gage County Temperature
Goes Over Hundred Mark
Beatrice. Neb., July 11. (Special
Telegram.) All heat records for this
season were broken here today when
the mercuryjumped to 102 degrees.
Corn is needing rain.
Dwelling in Harmony
Fairbu'ry, Neb., July 11. (Special
Telegram.) The republican central
committee has issued a call for a re
publican convention to be held in
Fairbury, Saturday, July 22. July 20
has been set aside as caucus day to
select delegates to the county con
vention. The call has been issued by
Ghairman Roy Steele and Secretary
O. R. Jones. Jefferson county it en
titled to thirteen delegates to the state
convention which meets July 25.
Harmony promises to be the slogan
in Jefferson county republican poli
tics. Four years ago, two republican
conventions were held here, but great
unanimity of opinion seems to prevail
in this county. There are. approx
imately 2,000 republicans in this
Boyd Sues Accident Company.
Aurora, Neb., July 11. (Special.)-
Walter M. Boyd has sued the Inter
state Business Men's Accident asso
ciation for about $2,600, which he
claims is due him. He was injured
by being pushed from a car but did
not at once notify the company. The
injury developed so that an operation
was necessary to remove a bony
growth from his heel. v
George Brandeis "has been elected
as a director of the United States Na
tional bank, to succeed the late Arthur
George Brandeis, who came to
Omaha following the death of Mr.
Hugo Brandeis, to assume part of the
responsibility of management of the
Brandeis mercantile interests here,
has now become the head of all the
Brandeis enterprises and interests in
Omaha. The death of Arthur D.
Brandeis left a vacancy on the direc
tory of the United states National
bank, in which the Brandeises have
been heavy stockholders since 1909,
when their State bank was taken over
by the National bank.
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er wardrobe, and when she can '
get them at such a price as this, -surely
it would be unwise to lei
the opportunity pass by. ' ; ,
600 new Blaier Stripe Large
Brim Sailors; alto plenty of
white tops, colored facings, such
as Kelly green, old rose, citron,
etc. These are the hate of th 1
houir the right types for vaca
tion wear, and instead of $2.98,
we ask you to pay just
Ice Cream Day
s- Wednesday ;
Full Cream Assorted Caramels
Plain and nut. Special Wed
nesday, pound .25c
Pompeian Room. -
Choice of Women's and Misses' Coats
At Half Price
Coats for every occasion in this wonderful offering:.
Auto Coats-Sport Coats-Dress Coats-Street Coats-Traveling Coats
Coats that were $19.00, at. .... $9.50
Coats .that were $49.00, at $24.50
Coats that were $35.00, at $17.50
Coats that were $25.00, at. $12.50
Coats that were $15.00, at..... p.5U
Coats that were $10.00, at..... $5e00
This includes pretty taffeta, satin, poplin, serge, velour, plaid coats, etc.
Clearing Sale Klosfit Petticoats
Choice while they last of a lot of the famous Klosfit Petticoats, in d0 OC
all good desirable colors; for one day only, at . . .v.". . . . PtaOJ
Snappy models In the new style bathing suits. - In black and navy, with pretty trimmings of braid and
satin pipings, with combinations of stripes and plaids
$3.98, $5.00, S6.98, $10.00 and $12.50 .
Tho Now Annette Kellerman Swimming Tights Made in the full formed, knit 7g. & 1 (M PA
ribbed and plain. All sizes, 84 to 46 ,,JOC) Jlf $1.01
Smart Showing in Nobby Beach Hats and Bathing Caps '
Made in many novel, catchy effects, with the dressy appearance, also the new diving rubber cape.
Many pretty and appropriate colors r . ., , . , ,
25c 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 to $2.98
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