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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1916.
POTTER BOYS LOSE
forty-Two Games Required to
in Finals of Doubles.
BAIBD LOSES SEMI-FINALS
From Our Near Neighbors
The finals of the doublet in the
tennis tournament yesterday ran to
forty-one games before the Adams
brothers, Will arid Joe, were able to
win three sets from Cub and Ced
Potter. The two teams of brothers
were evenly matched and the . first
set -ran to four games all, before the
Adams' team were able to take the
lead and make it a 6-4 victory.
The second set With the Potter
brothers on the north court with the
wind in their favor was even more
bitterly fought out and the speedy
accurate playing brought repeated ap
plause from a good sized gallery at
the Field club to watch the match.
The third set was an off time for
the Adams boys and the Potters
walked away with it, 6-3, ad the gal
lery just about decided that the Pot
ters' might do what they had been
doing in their previous games, wait
until the odds were against them and
then come up and win, but in the
fourth set only eight games were
necessary to allow the Adams boys
to win, 6-2, thereby winning the
match, the tournament, and a pair
of handsome Thermos bottles donated
as a prize by the Burgess-Nash com-
The Style Differ.
The styles of play adopted by the
two teams of brothers differed
widely. The Potters adopted tactics
in which they are experts, driving the
ball hard and fast and trying to "kill
it.": They did slip many. of their shots
past the Adamses, but as Cub Potter
has not been playing a great deal this
summer, bis shots were not as well
and accurately placed as in previous
tournaments aim the steady consistent
play of the opponents placing, their
shots carefully and keeping them' in
bounds with great reliability finnally
told and the Potters drove themselves
out of the game. . , , ,
The wind was tricky all the after
noon and interfered with accurate
placement and seemed to bother even
more in the service as all four of the
players made numerous, double faults
in serving. .-. ' ' r
Powell Defeat! Baird.
Meantime Ralph Powell was having
the hardest game he has encountered
in the tournament so far, to beat R.
P. Baird, his opponent, in the semi
finals. He took the first two sett.
6-2, 6-2, ad then Baird turned and
i beat him the tame score. The final
set :which givee Powell the privilege
of opposing either Joe or Win Adamt
went to him by Mother W score.
The Adams boys were too tired
after the strenuous sets of doubles
ot attempt the teml-final tingles, in
which they are opposed and intend
to play each other at 10 o'clock this
morning to decide who shall meet
Powell in the finale of the singles
at o'clock this afternoon.
Columbia Fire Wins -
Three Straight Heats
Fremont Nb., July J4. (Special
Te.egnm.( Thvna&yt program iur
nUh1 the beit wort ot the three-
day meet, two of the racea requiring
five heata before the winner could be
mrtrfi Tn the fretfor-ll Dace Co
lumbia Fire won m atralgbt heata,
.tthA.itVi tnrmA n do the list two
heata m 2:09tf and J.09W. reepeettre
ly. In the 2:24 trot The Orphan took
first money by winning the last two
heata after Cecil Kirk bad won the
tint two and Lara D. had taken the
third. Timothy Hall and Miss May
Tell divided third and fourth moneys.
The crowd wa a disappointment
Mm. Kat Sawena of Fremont t visiting
link dear Taylor.
Mrs. Fred Briscoe of Fresno, Cat., Is vis
iting her mother, Mrs. E. O. Schaal.
The ehurchea will hold union services dur
ing the warm weather at the park.
lira. John Oram lie h of Omaha visited
Sunday at the home of J. H. Elwell.
Dave Parkier of Chadron Is visiting at
the home of hU mother. Mrs. Fackler.
Mrs. Frank Adair, jr., and be by are via
Itlng Mrs, Adair's parents In Missouri.
Miss Dorothea Bates returned Tuesday
from Bush vl lie, where she has been visit
ing. Mrs. C. E. Smith and daughter, Gertie,
left last Wednesday for a visit to Sheridan,
Mrs. George Burchett of St. Francis, Kan.,
Is at the home at her, mother, Mrs. Jacob
Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Betes of Ruehvllle
are visiting at the home of the doctor's
Stewart Heacock and family have re
turned from Glendale, Cal., and will make
their home here.
Mrs. Lon Boose was called to Peru to
attend the funeral of her brother, who was
drowned In the Missouri river.
George Edmundson, a sergeant of Com
pany D of Auburn, Is visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Comte.
The South elevator has been leased by a
enmpany of thirty farmers and will open
for business neit week with M. O. Christian
as manager. .
the George Haaey family near Fremont
Mrs. Mabel Hofeldt and Mrs. John Qulnn
entertained the Ladles kenslngton Wednes
day. A nice lunch was served.
Mrs. Carlton Ashton came up from Tal
mage Wednesday for a visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. 3. HIckey.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Extreme Depression in Fore
noon and Sharp Eebound
in Afternoon Features.
' i WmpIds Wsjlsr.
Th annual l.vr Just mad, br ths city
council la 14 mill., which la Vt mill lowsr
than laat ysar. .
Tha republican and damooratle county
oonvantlona bava ben eallad to maat hara
neat Tueaday. both at tha aama hour.
Miai Mildred Butler haa returned from
Herman, Neb., where ahe vlalted at tha
home of her alater, Mra. Cherrle Johnaon. ,
Jacob DomlnfO la Buffering from a ssrl-
oua burn he received while attempting to
ke aome burning greaee out 01 a aiove
Albert Johnaon and granddaughter,. Veata
Taylor and Lola Johnaon, have returned
from aaveral weeka' vacation vlalt In Colorado.
Charlea Lyman, cashlsr of the Stat, bank
at Oerlng, Neb., vlalted In town thl, week
with hla parenta. Mr. and Mra. W. H. Ly-
an. and other raiauvea.
Tha following party atartad Tueaday on
1,009. ml), auto trip to weetern Nebraeka
and return: Peter Miller and aon, Jamea;
Mr. and Mra. liana jonnaon ana aoren
Mr. and Mra. C. B. Butltr and Mr. and
Ur. B. L.. Hunter motored to Untverelty
Plaoo Tueaday evening to attend tha wed
ding of Mlaa Mildred Claflln to Weldon F.
Judge A L. Button and Hon. J. L. Ken
nedy are eapected here nett Tueaday at
tha aeeilon oi tne repuonoan oounijr con
vention. Judge Sutton will alao be In Weep
ing Water on Auguat 11 to apeak at the
The eaeoutlve committee of tha County
Sunday School aaeootatlon held a meeting
here Monday to plan for tha county con
vention that la to be held at Murdoch In
October. Alao to plan for Temperance Sun
day, which la to be obearved by all of
the aehoola 01 tne county ooon.
Mrs. Lubbon la on the alck Hat
Mra. John Beoxera and aon. Dean, want
to Scotia Monday for a vlalt. '
Mrs. Charlea Deareon entertained the Sun-
ahlna elub Wednesday afternoon. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gibbon, and a party
of frlende drove to Lincoln Monday,
Mr. and Mra. Oeorge Cunningham and
Mr. and Mra. Charlea Wllta vlalted at Ben
Mlaa Dorothy Hofeldt vlalted In Omaha
Thureday. with her alater, Mra. Morgan
Jeffrlea, and family.
Mr. and Mra. Albert death are vlilttna
thla week at tha home of tha latter'e par
enta at Newman Oroya, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ranay, Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Haney and Mra. ,Aqur Calvert vlalted
The horses art being shipped to
West Point, where a three-day pro
orram will be held next week, The
tret, puree MM I
Tha Orphan, b b, Owem...,
Cecil Kirk, a B, Carpenter ...
Timothy Hall b , Sunt, ....
Mlaa May Tell, b m. OrMrta ,
Allle Aiwoot. oh m. Jthoasa,
lan D, b m. Tayior
Sterling Lou, Lathrap, Dewltt. It. It.,
Ked Wing, Bed Bloo and Walla Walla
dlatancod In tha flret heat.
Time: 1:1114, iH. I'M. S:I1V1 and
:if naea. nurae ttstt
onam HaL b a. Dennla
Helen Sato, br m. Owena
Harry R., g. Ward .....
u n h m. Emereon
v.iinHtnna .ni finMdomstar alae atarted.
Timet SOI. MU, :!, IlUt
Frea-for-an paoa. puree 9IMI
t . - -'
n I till
irson ...4 i I 1 4
Columbia Fire, b g. ttanti 11 J
Jennie Fltsetmmons, b m, Dennis.... I I I
Major Hardy, b hVBeUy i.f i
bee Dale, br a, Ronln ........ .....4 I 4
Time: Ml. !:. l:w.
Half-mil dash, vurw
t lift n.n nnt Iks. eeoendi Helen Mask,
third: Solaeor Grinder, fourth, Burllogton
Bsms, fifth. Time: ,
Maw York Moaeqr MarttM.
Mew Tork, July 14 PRIME M BBC AN
tit. IB PAPER 4 uer cent.
HTEBLINO BXCHANOE Blrty-day bills,
14.7ia: aemana. vt.ie vaoiee,
Si T. f.ll.
8ILVER Bar, te; MeWean dollars.
BOND Government, steefly; railroed. y.
TIME trOANS Firm; sixty W nlMty
davs and sis months, 49 WT cent.
CALL MONEY Firm i highest, 1 par
Mntt lowest. t par cent) ruling rata,
n r n. rar . mil. bo. rasr. mm. sv
da ooudoo ... ftlsL. N. un. 4s... UL
V. a !. reg.,.,100 M., K. t T. 1 4a TH
do coupon ...loe m. r. con. s...ii
U. B. 4-. reg...lot4Mont Power to.. 7
a eAunan ...110 N. T. O. deb. to. lit
Am. Smell to. VIMN, f City 4 Mi.. Ifll 4
Am.. Tel. A Tel. N. T N, H. 4
v. 4M lWJl M. ov, to lit
AntriaFreaoh to. !6No. Paolfto to... fl
Atch. fen. to.... t do Is 44
B, A 0. to...... 0'Ore. t, L. ret to 91
Beth. Steel r. Is.lOOriPae. T. AT, Se.,l00i
Central Fao. let 48Penn. on. 4 He.. 1044
a A O. ov. 4Hi,. lili do gea. 4US...101
O, B. 4 O. It, 4s.tTReadlng gen. 4s. 16 H
The five days' Chautauqua will start here
on July SI.
Mies Florence Bard 1 1 was visiting friends
at Weeping Water Wednesday.
I. D. Harmon and family were down from
Weeping Water Tuesday evening.
Mrs. U J. Marquardt and children spent
the week wtlh relatives In Utlca,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bohmldt and daughter,
Lena, have moved back from Yutau.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hoback are the proud
parents of a baby girl born this week.
Mra. E. T. Oearhart has returned from a
two weeks' visit with relatives at AxtelL
Miss Myrtle Evans of Walton was visiting
at the home of Robert Mlokle this week.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Brendel returned Sun
day from a few weeks' visit at Zlonsvllte,
W. H. Thiele and wife, Mrs. Anna Meyers.
and August Thiele, motored to Omaha Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Fahnestock and son.
Claude, were at Council Bluffs, la., last.
Mr. and Mra. Georre Shack ley and daugh
ter, Margaret, spent several days this week
at Weeping Water.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heesrh and children
of Nebraska City were visiting at the homo
of William Wulf Sunday.
Mra. Jack Bueklrk and children are here
from Rogers for a visit with her mother,
Mrs. Benjamin Belts.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis of Kansas
City. Mo., were here this wek visiting at
the noma or u w, ranneatoc.
Mrs. O. W. Breaseate and daughter. Miss
Mary, were at Omaha Tuesday attending
the funeral, of Miss Mollis Sharp.
Tha Ladles auilllary of the Avoca Ceme
tery association held a kenslngton at the
homo of Mrs. M Graham last Friday aft-ernooa.
A.- B. Garten of Albion was
visitor here Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil McHvoy of Omaha are
guests of Mrs. Louis Lesleur this week.
Rev. Mr. Larkln of Wahoo will preach at
the Presbyterian ohurch Sunday morning.
R. C. West Is attending the Woodmen of
the World snoampment at Manawa this
Mrs. G. S. West Is laid up with a sprained
ankle, caueed by a mlsetep on the sidewalk
at their home.
Mrs. Lee Evans and Mrs. Harry Andrews
of Council Bluffs are visiting their sister,
Mrs. . B. Fase. , . j
William Llebhart of Nemaha spent a few
days early In the week with hla daughter,
Mrs. W. E. Patterson.
' Mies Minnie McFerland of Cleveland, O..
and Mrs. Mable Ernet of Omaha were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. a B. Tower Tuesday.
Mrs. Ella E. Tower, who has been a guest
of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Tower for several
weeks, left Wednesday for a few days' visit
Mrs. Gusste Almonds, Mrs. P. 3. Langdon,
Mrs. John Weeth and Miss Altos Weeth of
Gretna attended the funeral of Mrs. F. B.
Salting Plant at Mitchell
Mitchell, Neb., July 14. (Special)
The Marshall Vinegar company of
Marahalltown, It., has started bulid
ing their salting plant here. The
150 acres of cucumbers planted here
are doing well, and prospects are for
a big crop. - The plant is being built
east of the stock, yards along the
The North Platte Valley Water
User's association paid 291 gopher
tlaimes to trappers at their recent
me tin ir. The claims amounted to
$1,447.95, the bounty being, ten cents
WAR ISSUES AHE WEAK
New York, July 14. Eitreme depreealon
In the forenoon when numeroue epeclaltlee
dropped to loweat prlcea of recent months
of the year, and a aharp rebound In the
afternoon, when loeeeo were largely re
placed by Rubetantlal gain., conetltuted the
contraetlng feature, of today'e feverish market.-
In keeping with the movement of the
early week, weakness waa most acute in
the war Isauee. notably the equlpmente. In
dustrials and motors, together with coppers.
i;nlted States Industrial Alcohol and Meal-
Looses In Crucible and Lackawanna Steels,
American and Baldwin Locomotives, New
Tork Air Brake, Inspiration and Tenneeeee
Copper and Alcohol, ranged from 1 to 4
pntnto, but United statee Bteei at no time
fell more than a fraction and was among
the flret to recover. An assortment of
unclassified stocks. Including the fertilizers.
moved with the eerly current oi nquiaation,
their loeeee of 1 to 2 points resulting more
from the lack of demand than actual prea-
Canadian Pacific, Reading, Lehlgn valley
and Norfolk Western furnished the
basts of forenoon pessimism, with recesslone
nf 1 to I u nnlnts. but the free absorption
of Reading In tha final hour helped to turn
Shipping stocks were moderately heavy
on light offerings, but came forward with
ralla later. Final prlcea recorded numerous
galna, the only notable exceptions being
Tennessee Copper, Crucible Steel and Bald
win. Rhnrt coverlna waa a factor of no
small Importanco, toward the adjustment of
Number of sales and quotations on leading
stocks wore: ,
sales, man. ito-w. ioe.
Am. Beet Suaar... 19.200 8914 I H
American Oan 12,0 6S SJH 64S
1,900 S4 ll B.I
1,(00 60 60 59
SOU 111 109H 109
100 12914 129Vt 12914
1.700 14 S0H Sl
It.SnO 7944 7714 7V
Am. Car A P'dry
Am. Locomotive. . .
Am. Bmelt. ft Ret.
Am. Sugar Ref
Am. Tel. ft Tel
Am. Z. L. ft ...
Anaconda Copper. .
Baltimore A Ohio..
Brook. Rapid Tran.
B. ft S. Copper. . . .
Chesapeake ft Ohio
a. M. ft at. r
Chicago ft N. W...
C. R. I. ft P. Ry..
Colo, ruei a iron..
Corn Products Ref.
Great No. pfd
Ot. No. Ore ctfa...
Inter, con. corp..
Int. H. H. pfd. Otis. IJ.500
K. c. Houtnern....
Louisville ft Nash..
Miami Copper. . .
J.. K. ft T. pfd
Montana Power. .
iv. . lofis
S IS 85 i
ia flu ituj
63H i: sh
ti toy! mi
l.ono iok J0 14 1014
1.900 47 4914 4 Vt
4.600 41 4114 44
600 1414 1SH 16
11.900 67Uj 6144 6614
1.900 41 41 4114
6.600 1114 IS 1614
1. 100 166 16314 164
1.100 11644 U"14 1114
3.100 361? 3414 36
9744 414 9714
33'i 3814 3144
16 ' la
New York Central! .
N. T.. N. H. ft 11 . .
Norfolk ft Western.
Northern Pacific. . ,
Pacific Tel. ft Tel..
Pennaylvanla . ...t
Ray. Con. Copper,.
Rep. Iron ft Steel . .
Shattuck Arls. Cop.
Studebaker Co . . .
Union Pacific ..100 13914 137 13744
Union Pacific pfd.. 400 (344 (2M 82
U. S. Ind. Alcohol. 17,800 106l 100 10444
XI. 8. Steel 78,600 (414 (114 (444
U. S. Steel pfd 117 44
Utah Copper.. 1.(00 7(44 7444 7(14
r.h..h nfjl T'R'' 600 97 U U It
Western Union..... 200 (3 92
Weet. KlecU-io...... 13,(00 (4 6314
. Total sales for the day, 670,000 shares.
1,(00 10314 108 10814
1.300 (114 (9 (014
8,400 12(14 128 13(44
400 111 111 111
V.IOO '(714 'm" (714
1,100 SI v! 21 3144
AUTO DERBY TO
BE HELD TODAY
Continued From Page One.)
On thing that is pleasing to the
management is that every car quali
fied is ready for the gun. Dario Resta
and Jack Gable, who blew pistons
Thursday, were both repaired yester
day and on the track. Eddie Ricken
bacher recovered from a little crystal-
ization'and Ira Vail, who broke a
rod, got another mount. Thus if is.'
certain all seventeen cars will start.
The main race, the 150-mile event...
will start promptly at 2:30, while the
50-mile race will start immediately
terday by making 102 miles an hour
and getting seventh position.
Ira Vail is another driver who up
set some of the dope. Ira took Ralph
Mulford's Hudson in hand and shot
a lap at 101 and gets ninth position.
Vail will drive this Hudson, as the
one he owns went cuckoo on him
The cars will start this afternoon
two in a row. Ralph Mulford will
get the pole on the first line with
Dario Resta occupying the higher
position. Ralph De Palma and Wil
bue D'Alene will be in the second
line and Eddie Rickenbacher and
Dave Lewis in the third.
Dario Resta, Ralph Mulford, Ralph
De Palma, Eddie Rickenbacher, Dave
Lewis', Billy Muller, Art Klein and
Mel Stringer were some of the other
drivers out yesterday to take a few
more spins before putting the final
touches to their motors. All turned
some fast laps, especially Resta and
Much speculation is rife among the
speed enthusiasts over the probable
victor in today's races. The wise ones
are inclined to lean toward Dario
Resta and Ralph De Palma, although
Ralph Mulford and Eddie Ricken
bacher have many supporters. Wil
bur D'Alene and Baby Pete Hender
son are also granted a chance.
Rick the Favorite.
Eddie Rickenbacher, of course, will
go to the post with the big majority
of the attendance pulling for him.
Omaha regards Rick as itsown, and
his winning way and genial personal
ity have made him popular with ev
erybody. There won't be a tear shed,
or an expression of regret heard, if
Eddie leads the field home.
And Eddie will be right there to
put up a battle, too. His car isn't as
fast as some of the others, but he's
a driving fiend, is Eddie, and he
knows how to drive the Omaha track
as none of the others do. If his car
holds together, he'll be up among
The knowing ones are anticipating
a hrush between Resta and De -Palma
that should be nothing short of won
derful. For be it known Messrs.
Resta and De Palma are almost dead
locked for first place in the race for
the American championship trophy.
Resta now has 1,800 points, while De
Palma is right on his heels with over
1,600. If De Palma wins the rca to
day he will pass Resta. If Resta wins
he will gain a good lead on De Palma
that will take Ralph some time tc
overcome. Thus it is- the knowing
ones who are looking forward with
great expectancy to the race today.
' 1513-1315 V7trV HOWARD ST.
Will Save You Money ThereS A Reason
Our everyday low prices are attracting unusual attention in our
Rug Department this week.
Notwithstanding the fact that Rug Prices
have been steadily advancing at the Mills for
some months past and are still rising
we have a
for you that
This will be
automatically a One-Day Sale tomorrow Saturday
because the present stock will surely- be exhausted
oft the lots priced below before we close Saturday
9x12 1 lot, 12 patterns, heavy Ax- ti 7 7?
minster, 9x12 (PII.IU
; $6.75 :
1 lot, room sizes, 8-3x10-6 Tapestry Brussels; ffl O PA '
'. . : Excellent bed room designs) your choice, vlJV
Every Rug in these different lots is in good clean pat
terns and the prime output of THE MILLS.
1 lot, 6 patterns (oriental designs),
1 lot, 4 patterns (oriental designs),
1 lot, 6 patterns (oriental designs),
36x63 1 lot, 112 patterns (oriental de
signs), Bagdad Wiltons
1 lot, 8 patterns (oriental designs), s
Kashgar Wiltons . ... . y .',
1 lot, 36x60 Rag Rugs, clean,
1 lot, 26x50 Velvet Mats, pretty
tuvi'twii'tici noj uP(.Tiftti TTiiwriA fin
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er. (a Ulti rot 4a II u
c, a. t n r. nr. so. Pao. or. isttioig
ret. la '4 do rot. tt (0
C. S. r.1. 4Hs (1 So. Railway la.. 101
P. ft It. O. c to. TlViUaloa Pao, 4a... 9441
do rf. (a 10 Mo or. 4a Ili
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..1( U. S. StMl (s... .1(1
Qt. No. lot 4K 99 W. Union 49... 44
. I. C. rat. 4s (I W, lilac. a. ls.,U!tI
1BL M. 4US..1M
' Dr. Slag-a Maw UU Puis will HUm o
a balk, ataaa oat tH. koir.la MS auk rvv
Ssal 11a. Uc, , All dralsta.-4, ,-,
at a Lightweight
Cold Water Shrunk,
Well Tailored Suits,
in Either Pinch Back
or Lounge Styles.
' Normally $8,150 to
Palm Beach, ,
Other high water marks of value
at $7.50, $8.60 and $10.00
New and Nifty
Patterns that look like real
Pepp. Colors such as peach,
f canary, eau de Nile, orange
and pea green.
$3.50, $4.50, $5.00
. All-wool, one-piece suits
with skirts some with
bright colored breast,:
:stripes, at'.': '
f3.00 4" r V
- A manufacturer's orer
, stock of high-class elm
11.00 kind for..;.. . 30
' (Only. one to t easterner) f
Silver King "... 75
Blue Flash 65
,Taplow ........... .50 1
Col Bogie .........25
;' Tennis balls, F. H.
i; Ayres', 3 for $1.00.
to (12.50 Clear
C 1508-10 Douglas Street
Jersej Silk Sport
Coats In Bose.
Greea and Gold
: Stripes. Worth
Of Broken lines of
AN EVKUT of unusual importance on the shopping calendar of the women of
Omaha is the Mid-Summer Clearance Sale, scheduled to start, at this store
Following the customs of past years, we reduce to a minimum the prices on
all remaining summer apparel, in order to effect a quick clearance. ' No one should
miss tooming to our store Saturday and see for themselves the wonderful values
we are offering in every department
New Voile and Organdie Blouses
So exquisitely faaakxied and
so temptingly priced are these
blouses of crisp voile and sheer
organdie that they'll melt
away quickly even in this sale
Values to $1.50
To say they are underpriced
is to put it mildly. We do not
believe blouses were ever sold
in the city to compare - with
them at 79. Every size is
High Grade Blouses About Half
Blouses Blouses Blouses Blouses
That formerly Sold That Tonnerty Bold That Formerly Sold That Formerly Sold
to 150, sow to $100, now to f 5.00, now to $6.60, now
$1.48 I S1.95 $2.95S3.9g
"cMva-oo ass4rx4rsr-axir.s( i-4rx4rSwvarerx-
Lately jmced up to
On sale Saturday at
an our eloCh sklrta.
m wsU as ths.awnsst Tab
flksTtt 4af PaQWa. SOttosl OUItlaV
njT, toptv eordSs obaeka. tttv.
alao bust sport skills of
awafc&g strips and efcocka.
lb baaft alrt ktvrata of tba
of All Our
Choice of 250
Suits That For
merly Sold at
$25 and $35
For a modest price like this you are
given the choice of a wonderful assort
ment of high-class garments. You may
not find all sizes in every style, but you
will find all sizes in the lot. And every
woman fortunate enough to buy one
takes home a prize. Values to $3500,
at only $12.95.
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