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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 23, 1916.
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Rorlin Affinl Tj . i - . -
Terrmo Assault of Coalition
GERMANS LOSE GROUMD
London, July 22. The intensity of
i lie British and Freach attacks
against the German front north and
south of the Sorame river in northern
France appear to have lessened
tfrcatly, according to the latmt offi
cial statements. London declares a
lull lias set in on the Britisli front
ami the Paris official statement of
Friday night mentions no activity
along the whole front from north of
lie Somme to Switzerland.
tin the salient of the Leipsic re
loubt, the Germans entered the lines
held by General Haig's forces, but
were ejected subsequently, London
Anaio-French attacks against the
rman lines north and south of the
Aituruiug lu Dcnin, except on a iwu
mile front south of Hardecourt,
where the Germans retired from first
to second line trenches about 800 kilo
meters in the rear. The attadk, Ber
lin asaci is, was jjrcccucu uy a viuicui
artillery tire on a front of moce than
twenty-seven miles and was partici
pated in by more than 200,000 men,
French and British. It is asserted the
allies' losses were heavy. ,
North . of Labasse an attack on
Wednesday by the British, in (he
region of Frommeles, resulted disas
trously for them, Berlin says, the
British losing more than 1,000 men
killed and nearly 500 were made
prisoners. ... 1
Floods Prevent Advance.
Floods on the Pneister prevent any
advance further, into Galicia from
the south and east for the time being.'
The Russians are driving in the Aus-tro-Germans
toward the northern
Galician border below Vladimir-
olnski.1 Both Berlin and Vienna ad
mit the retirement of part of General
von Linsingen's forces from the
region of the confluence of the Styr
and Lipa rivers to Berestechk north
of Brody. ;
fetroKrad asserts the retirement Of
Austro-Germans was the , result
an impetuous attack, in which
more man i.ouu onsoners were taken.
rltn and Vienna sav the withdrawal
as maae in tne exDectation ot an en-
In addition to capturing Gumnsk
haneh, forty miles northwest of Bai
burt, the Russian armies in Turkish
Armenia are advancing in other
Marians Will Meet'
Next Year in Atlanta
Cincinnati, July 22. Atlanta. Ga..
was selected as the convention city
in 1917 of the International Associa
tion of Rotary clubs here.vesterday8
By the new and retiring officers woo
are empowered- to make the selection.
Kansas City and Salt Lake City were
also in the field for the next conven
C. R. Perry of Chicago was re-eleci
ted secretary. ' -
This conluded the work of the in
temational convention which had
'"fen in session here since last Hon
it has been the intention of the
officers to accompany the other dele'
Kates to Dayton, O., but shortly be
fore the special trains were scheduled
to leave the officers met and decided
Knox Democrats Would Clear
i lie nciu ui ruy vcmiujucuc
Niobrara. Neb., July 22. (Special.)
The Knox county democrats held
their-convention at Center July 20.
Sixteen delegates were chosen to go
o the state convention at Hastings.
J hose going from Niobrara are r. J,
Kelly and G. J. Howe.
One resolution which was adopted
at the convention unanimously is as
Whereas, Our present sheriff, Vac Vias-
nlk, has thoroughly and stridently served
the people of Knox county during the last
at it years and whereas tho democrats of
Knox county have honored him with the
office of sheriff for three consecutive terms,
and whereas the democrats by their suf-
jrngc have nominated George O. Koster of
.Niobrara as tneir ran amain ror Btjerur, ana
whereas Vac Vlasnlk,han accepted the-nom-Inatlon
at the hands of the people's inde
pendent party, and it appearing to thts con
vention that he has done this with the mani
fest purpose of defeating George O. Koster
for sheriff without any expectation of his
own re-election, and whereas it is our belief
the candidacy ot vac viaanm win do Harm
ful to the candidacy of George O. Koster and
(letrimentaJ to the election of the entire.
democratic llcKet, inereiore, m it
Resolved, That It is the sense of this con
vention that the said Vac Vlaanlk Immedi
ately withdraw his name as a candidate for
the office of sheriff In this county and do
all within Ms power to elect George G. Kos
ter sheriff of Knox county.
AT NORTH RANDALL
All Season's and Two World's
Marks Go by the Boards at
Grand Circuit Meet.
bltEAtlST SPEED DISPLAY
Cleveland, O., July 22. Mi sea
son's and two world's records went
by the boards in the free-for-all pace
at the last day of the North Randall
grand circuit races, in which Single G
created a sensation after Russell Boy
had won the opening heat in 2Mii'
by coming on and nosing out. Mur
phy's pacer in the second heat, dupli
cating the time of the first mile and
then taking the race by tramping the
third heat in 2:0H-
It was by all odds the greatest
speed exhibition in the history of the
Grand Circuit and in only the special
match races between Directum I, and
William- . was the time even approached.
The World's Records.
The world's records were: The
fastest three heats ever paced, the
three heats averaging 2:00 92-100. The
fastest second and third heats ever
paced by the same horse, averaging
2:01. Tie season's record fastest
first heat. 2:00!4: fastest second heat.
2:00(4; fastest third heat, 2:01 "4; fast
est three-heat race average 2:0092-100.
It was a wonderful race and tulty
lived up to early predictions and the
only reason that the two minutes was
hot beat was that Murphy took back
and saved Russell Boy at the finish
of the first heat. Curt Gosnell did the
same with Single G in the second
mile. Otherwise both miles would
have been below the two-minute
Smelt L, crowned himself as one
of the greatest pacing machines in the
history ot the narness sport, rie racea
like a real horse trailed, burst out
and when compelled to, make a pace
that killed oil those tnat tried to 101
low in his path. ,
Can Come Back.
Thafe thev can some times come
back was shown in the 2:06 trot, when
Joan, beautiffully driven by Mike Mc
Devitv romped' off with the race in
straight heats and looked like tne
Joan of two years ago, when she
vim practical unbeatable.
! Castaway, the Cleveland pacer, won
tlic 2:18 pace, by- taking the first and
third heats, while Contention B was
the winner in the second mile.
Donna Clay kicked everything wide
open; in the 2:13 trot, when Charley
Valentine oiloted her to first monev
by winning the first and second heats
and trimming tne neavy tavorite'
Worthy Prince. Summaries:,
'TrotttDff. 1:1 J claaa, taraa fteata, puna
Donna Clay. . m., by Dm Cal.,
' (Valentin.) 1 1 4
Worth Prtnea. b. h., br Prlnoa Mo-
Klnney (Coil I I
Blnvllla, ' blk. b... br Blnjolla, (Tip-
lln) I I
R. C. H., b. . by Paul (ChlUa) S 6 1
Humbaet. b. f., by Trampfaat (Murphr);
Carolina, b. m., by John B. Donovan (Rod
nay): 8ll.nl Brlsada, blk. h., by Silent
Brook (Morrow): Ben Oraaor, b. h., by
Tommy Orator (Floyd); Kins Moaa. b, h.,
by Klnc Dlreot (Roaamlra); alao atartad.
. Time. J:07, 1:07H. :
Pacini, 4:11 elaaa, three haau, puree.
rrn .k v hv Am VeKlnnay
MKane) ( 1 1
Contention. b f.. by Copa Da Oro
tDurlee) 1 .3
Sir Anthony Cartar. br. h., by Sir
Lllhlfoot (Jones) 1
Medium Oaiatta, b. h., by Oabetta
(Hodrlok) ......V...... ,JJ,
Arkanoallo. br. h., br General Walla Ed-ipao);-
Tounstod, b. a, by DloUtot Todd
(Cox) aiao aiariea. - .
, , Ttme. I:M, 1:1114, .1:01. ;
; TrM-for'-all olaaa pacing, puraa, ll.tQS: .
Single O, br. h.. by Anderaon Wllkaa
n.IHit Unv. h. h.' bv Ruatle Paten- -'
tar (Murphy) I
Judge Ormonde, blk. h by Ormode
(Valentine) ...... . . . ..... .'. .-.-I I S
R H. Brett, .-., by Vfaponea ,
Hal Boy, b. g., by Hal B. (Molla-
Time, t:0t. J:0H.
Trotting, S:0 claaa, puraa, $1,200:
1nn h m.. hv Directum Boler (Mo-
Devltt) ....... 1 1 1
Mirthful, b. m., by Star of Fatchen
(Murphy) ...................8 J
Llnle Brown, b. m., by The Bonda-
, man i Valentine) .....I I I
Ouy Nella. b. m., by, Ow Axworthy
. (Jonea) ,..,....4 4 4
;' Time, i:W, 8:OT4i, 1:064,
Manv Chinese Schools Have
Closed From Lack of Funds
' tcorr-tanondence of The Aaaoclated Preee.)
Peking, Jiine 7. Lack of funds has
resulted in the closing ot many gov
ernment schools. The Peking High
Normal School for Girls- has been
closed by order of the government,
and teachers in many of the colleges
r,A nanniltrv erhnnle anrl rn1lf0'rK
have not been paid for several months.
bven the toreign advisers 01 tne late
.io.rnm.nt were not naid their sal
aries oflast month.
Frankfort. Ky., July 82. A fugitive for
twenty yeara, Milton Franklin, under aen
tence tor Ufa Imprleonment (or murder, waa
pardoned today by Governor Stanley within
a few houra after he appeared at the Frank
fort reformatory and reported to Warden
Georgian Says Wilson s Book Right,
But Wilson Wrong on Child Labor
.Washington, July 22. Tile child
labor bill which President Wilson
is urging for passage before adjourn
ment of congress, got into the naval
bill debate in the senate today, when
Senator Hardwick of Georgia,
charged that it evidently was the pur
pose of the republicans of the senate
to "play party politics with this great
measure. He called attention to re-
fiublican leader Gallingtr, that repub
ican senators were eager for itt early
"I had no such purpose," Senator
Gallinger declared. "1 made the
statement because the people of the
country want the bill passed."
Senator Hardwick said the meas
ure was unconstitutional, and recalled
HUGHES SEES 6.0. P.
AND MOOSE AS ONE
Nominee Considers Breach Be
tween Republicans and Pro
gressives Healing Fast.
NO PRESSURE IS APPLIED
Bridgehampton, N. Y., July, 22.
Charles E. Hughes today told callers
that he considered the breach be
tween republicans and progressives
and between republican factions in
various localities to be healing fast
and that he looked forward with grati
fication to having a virtually reunited
party behind him by the time his cam
paign opens in Detroit, August 7.
No attempt was being made to bring
pressure on progressives to join the
working forces for his election, Mr.
Hughes said, the program being to
appeal to their judgment.
It was announced that W. Cameron
Forbes, former governor general of
the Philippines, has been elected chair
man of the National Hughes alliance.
Philip J. McCook, recently named
chairman of the New York State
Hughes alliance, will be executive of
ficer under Mr, Forbes, it was stated.
yarned Illinois Law Dean.
- Chicago, July 2$. Dr. William Ballentlne.
formerly profeaeor of law in the Unlver
altlea of California and Wlsconaln, waa
choaan dean of the law achool of the Unl
veraity of ' Illlnola by the truataea of tho
lnatltutlon at a meeting here today. He
will auccaed O. K. Harker, who reolgned
two montha ago.
that Senator Gallinger had said so
last February. Mr. Gallinger replied
he had doubt abou; its constitution
ality, but was willing to vot for it
and leave the question to the courts.
"There has been a great deal of
change of mind about the consti
tutionality of this bill," said Senator
Borah. "The leader of the Geurgia
senator's party has changed hL niiiia
"Who is that?" asked Senator
Hardwick, arousing laughter from his
"The president of the Onited States,
Senator Borah replied. "In one of
his books Woodrow Wilson said such
legislation was unconstitutional.
"Well, his book was right," Mr
OF TEUTON VICTORY
Order Congratulates German
Alliance on "Conquest Won
SURE ENGLAND TO FALL
LETS YjLLA ESCAPE
Wounded Bandit With Small
Escort, Eludes Pursuers
COULD HAVE CAUGHT HIM
Boston, July 22 The Ancient
Order of Hibernians today adopted
resolutions denouncing "the military
murder of leaders of the Irish repub
lic" and extending congratulations to
the German-American alliance "upon
the conquest won by the fatherland."
The resolutions, presented by John
O'Dea of Philadelphia, were adopted
unanimously and without discussion.
After alluding to the fraternal
understanding that unites the Hiber
nians and the alliance, the resolution
"The congratulations of those who
live under the flag of the United
States are, extended to our German
American fellow citizens upon the
conquests won by the fatherland, and
we assure them of our unshaken con
fidence that the German empire will
crush England, and aid in the libera
tion of Ireland and be a real defender
of small nations."
San Franclaco. Cel., July 22. Party
member! from varloue parta of lha atate
organlaed here today a league of republi
can cluba of California, pledged aupport to
Hughea and Falrbanka, made campaign
plana, and llatened tonlghtto an addreaa by
Nlcholaa Murray Butler of Columbia unl
varalty of New Tork.
lil 1'aso. Tex., July 22. Villa with
his band is encamped at Inde, thirty
five miles s uth of the Chihuahua
Durango border, according to a pri
vate dispatch here tonight. The dis
patch continued that on his retreal
from Parral after being dcicated by
General Ernesto Garcia, ten days ago.
the bandit chieftain stopped at Cui
Curvas, where he murdered Garcia'
only sou and his brother-in-law.
As a result Garcia is said to have
taken the "blood oath" and is pursu
ing the bandits with 1,500 cavalry in
co-operation with the command ol
General Matias Ramos, whose uncle
was killed ii. a recent clash with the
Villa Escapes Americans.
A new story brought here today by
an American from Parral as tha'
Major Frank Tompkins, commander
of the detachment of American
cavalrymen, which was fired on by
Carranzistas in Parral in April, wa
within twenty-four hours' inarch of
the bandit chief.
Villa, wounded and hauled about in
a wagon and accompanied by less
than fifty men, was then just a few
miles south of the Las Nieves road
and it was certain that the Americans
would have overtaken the small band
if they had proceeded.
Sanitary Conditions Good.
San Antonio, Tex., July 21. All
district commanders along the bordci
have been - instructed by General
Funston to make special reports on
conditions under which the troops,
especially the state troops are serv
ing. Preliminary reports that have
reached headquarters indicate that at
no point are the sanitary condition'
bad and that in most cases conditions
are exceptionally good.
Rumors that Francisco Villa, with
a force of 18,000 is preparing to attack
Torreon were forwarded to the Wat
department today by General Fun
ston. He said the story had been
brought to General Pershing by
"secret service agents." , OfficiaU
we.e inclined to give it little credence,
pointing out that the agents men
tioned probably were Mexicans whu
could not be depended upon for accuracy.
Extensive Alterations Throughojt the Store Com-
pelling Readjustment of Nearly All Stocks Means
BIG PRICE SAVINGS TO BUYERS IN OUR GREAT
X -Lift "DODGE DOUGLAS STREETS
New Lots of Desirable and Dependable Merchand's? Brought For
ward Every Day Values Which Make Money Spent In This Sale
ONE OF THE BEST INVESTMENTS EVER!
Self-Styled Elijah the
(Conreapondence of The Associated Presa. I
London, .June 7. Nigeria has
touble on its hands in the person of
a negro who styles himself Elijah the
Second. Ostensibly a convert to
Christianity', he has cut adrift from
the missionaries and is running a
spurious form of Christianity on Jiis
own account. According to an of
...l.n une ..t.j tr i i
the region where his converts are
most numerous, they already number
more than 1,000,000 out of the 17,000,
iXK) natives in Nigeria. ,
rle claims to work miracles and
does not draw the line at raising peo
ple from the dead. He finds a par
ticularly profitable source of revenue
in selling water which he pretends is
endowed with magic healing powers.
But what is causing the authorities
most concern is the new , doctrine
which the black Elijah is proclaiming.
It is that the blacks are now the
("chosen people," that they are des
tined to oust the whites and inherit
the choice' places of the earth.
Any Watch Repaired $
or Cleaned for ....
r S. H- C I . A V
30 Neville Blrfg Third Fleer,
lata mm4 Hamer.
To You Who
You want to b well you want
your loved ont to be well. Don't
deny jrouriclf the help which chiro
practic offeri. Thonaandi are being
restortMl to health through thfa won
: derful aelenee of druglcti healing, ao
why not youT
1 make a epedalty by adjuitlng the
cauaa In diieaaea of the stomach,
liver, kidney and boweli; alio the
to-called Incurable ailment ; brain.'
nerve, iplne troubles and all derange
tnenta peculiar to women.
TeaHmohial of Mr. and Mrs Coek.'
"Or. Frank F. Burhom. the chiro
practor, haa made it possible for our
5-year-old son, Deen Cook, residing
at III Vine street. Council Bluffs,
la,, to walk, after being helpless, due
to a paralytic eondltipn.
1 have modern, sanitary, individual
rast rooms, equipped with the most
modern, comfortable Griffith adjust
ing tables. For free consultation see
Dr. Frank F. Burhorn
. . TW Chiroprator.
414-4U fcoso Bidg. Dang. S347.
Sunday Hearst 10 a. nu to 12 aa.
Regular Heursi a. m. t It au
I p. mu to 8 p. m-Lady Attendant.
Make It a Point to Compare Quality and Prices With Offerings
in Omaha Bargain Hardware Center
S10.00 Value Valeuum Washing
J 16.50 Value Water Power Wash
ing Machine $14.50
$3.00 Value Heavy Tin, Copper
' Bottom Wash Boilers, No. 9,
$2.65 Value Heavy Tin, Copper
Bottom Wash Boilers, No. 8,
$1.29 Value Galvanized Wash
Boilers, No. 8 98
$1.49 Value Galvanized Wash
Boilers, No. 9... $1.19
Medium Clothes Hampers, square,
Large Clothes Hampers, square,
Medium Clothes Baskets ... 59
Large Clothes Baskets ..... 79J
Extra Large Clothes Baskets;
No. 1 Galvanized Wash Tubs
No. 2 Galvanized Wash Tubs
No. 3 Galvanized Wash Tubs
Folding Ironing Boards .... 98
50-foot Clothes Lines 19
3 5c boxes Clothes Pins,..10tt
Mrs. Pott's 6-piece Set Sad
Irons for 79
Zinc, Brass, Glass Wash Boards,
Large Folding Clothes Racks,
Iron or Wooden Frame Clothes
Wringers, for . $1.79
$3.50 Value Electric Irons, fully
warranted for 81.98
2- hole Burner Oil Stove.. $6.49
3- hole Burner Oil Stove.. 88.49
$40.00 Value Garland High Oven
Gas Ranges, for. . . 834.98
$35.00 Value Garland Low Oven
Gas Ranges, for. .. .$26.00
$18.00 Value Garland Bow Oven
Gas Ranges, for. .. .$16.00
$12.60 Value Garland Bow Oven
Gas Ranges, for $9.98
$16.50 Value White Mountain Re
frigerators, for $12.00
6-cup Aluminum Percolators, . .
8-quart Blue and White Preserv
ing Kettles, for 39
13 Lbs. Best Pure Cane Granulated Sugar, $1.00
Buy Flour Now, The Market Is
Advancing Every Day
Monday, 48-lb. sacks best high grade Diamond H Flour, made
from No. 1 selected wheat, equal to flour sold ft J Ap
for $1.75 to $2.00 sack VI 'yj
MONDAY, 48-POUND SACK. .... &M.bU0
12 ban Laundrr Qnen Whito Laundry
Soap for , .2Sc
cam Small Dondta Milk. ...... y .Uc
$ mm Oil or Mustard 8ardint tta
Advo Jell, for dMiirt; It'i quality goo4i
Pr pk , ..7Vt
4 pltf.). bast Condtiucd Mlnso Moat, 19a
Skinner's famoui Macaroni. Vomica) Ii,
or Spaghetti, par pkf , ..TVja
Tall Can Salmon, can
4 lbs. fancy Japan Wet, 10c quality, 26c
IS-ot. jars Pura Fruit Prosorvaa. , .Ma
Large bottlt Worctster Stuea, Pura To
mato Catsup, Pick las, assortad kinds,
or Prepared Mustard, bottle. , , . . .1s
Fancy Queen OHves, quart. ....... .3Bc
Sour Pickles, per quart 10c
The Best Soda Crackera, per 1b....7Vje
Kipper Herri n, per can 10c
Boot Beer or Wild Cherry Phosphate; one
bottle mikes 6 gallons, bottle. .. .10c
The Best Creamery Butter, carton or
bulk, per lb 30c
Fancy No. 1 Country Creamery Butter,
per lb., at 2Sc
Good Dairy Table Butter, lb 26c
Fancy Full Cream, Young? America, Wis
consin Cream or Brick Cheese, lb. .30c
The Best Strictly Fresh Etffs, dot. . .23c
Neufchstel Cheese, each 3c
Imported Roquefort Cheese, lb OBc
IS Iba. Best New Potatoes 30c
Fancy Sweet Com. per dos lc
2 heads Fresh Cabbatre Be
bunches Fresh Radishes.., Be
4 bunches Fresh Beets, Carrots or Tur
nips for .Be
5 large Cucumbers Be
Fancy Ripe Tomatoes, lb Be
4 bunches Fresh Parsley ....Be
Green Beans, per lb ..3ie
$ Summer Squash for 10c
Fancy Head Lettuce, per head 7Vtt
LEMONS, LEMONS, LEMONS 1
Fancy Large, Juicy Lemons, Monday.
r r dosen 30e
kinds of California Fruits at lowest
Peaches, Pears, Raspherrien, Blackber
ries, Cherries, Cantaloupes. Plums, Etc.
anything yau want at a saving of
26 to &0 per cent, i
Leo Bach Jumps Into River,
But Fishermen Rescue Him
Leo Bach, aged 0 years, living at
Seventh and Leavenworth streets,
leaped into the Missouri river at the
foot of VViiolworth avenue last eve-
ning. Two fithermen rescued him.
Bach appeared little, the worse for
his effort to die.
Indtaputabl. .vldana of SfMt raault to
Ba. Want-Ad uaara; t&.T4, mora patd
Want-Ada drat all montha ot 1IU ovar
aama partod No otbai Omaha papar
can boaat of anything oaar uoh (lauraa.
U Paya TRY HAYDEN'S FIRST It Pay
Of Our Big Money Saving
July Clearance Sale
OF ALL SAMPLE PIECES, SMALL LOTS AND DIS
CONTINUED PATTERNS OF' FURNITURE, RUGS,
OUR LOW PRICES DURING THIS
BIG SALE SAVE YOU FROM 25 TO
50 PER CENT. YOUR OWN TERMS
WILL DO. TZ '
UHnaei sal. Library aem t
tft.SO Katanaton Tabka. flv. heavy :
laaa. (t, aiUnalon alldaa J AC
aal. prta. ..W
117.80 Pad.ital Ext.nilon Tabla, clr-'
eular haaaa. well mada. CIA 7C '
aal. prloa ajlw.li?
87.60 Pniaatal Eitanaion Tablaa,
your oholoo of a aumtMr C 7C
of pattern!. Yov, tholca; t'"''
IMO Library Tabla., aolld oak.
tumad flnlah, t OC
aal. prlc. ., f JXJ
112.60 Library T.bl.a. hwvlly trallt.
Ilnaly nntahad. Vlaaranc
aal. prle. ..,..........:.
TABLE. Just like cut.
Colonial design base, cir
cular top, 7C
Our price .... y9i I w
$22.60 VELVET fTjS
RUfJSrnnm aiza. (Kit?
splendid and well made rug in
tne uueai design ana pattern!
Our special low ; (J ir
price, only '. P 1 O I O
gP Hi 1
CLEARANCE SALE -DRESSERS
117.60 Drtttn txtrt
Urg bait, full dove
ClMKtten tal tA 7k
$25.00 Dreiion. vrr
matv, colonial and
part rptntin haio.
xtra largo mlrrori.
ao and 122.60 Chit
fonlcra, numbor of'
pattorna. moatly aam
plaa. Claar- 14 AC
ano. aal. prlc.lJ.3J
180, $81 and M quar
Wred oak and mahog
any finished Draiiera, a
number of pattern In
each finiah. ' - Clearance
price ..... $19.75
116.00 Chtffonlert. I
roomy drawers, French
plat mirrors i clearance
12.60 Dressers, solid
oak, French plate mir
rors, clearance 7 01
tion, our prlc.
Cowl, Purchaa.d Durin( Thi,
Ba Slorad r r. of Cham
liT.rwl Lator at Your R.qu.at.
Sal Will A
aad D.- - I
qu.at. ' J
f nirifiiNPF $11 F (IF
BUFhtliinu uniNA ULUSETS
Wi.lH Buffets American quar
tered oak finish. ranch plate
litl.tO Buffets, very massive,
pmsh-linvd drawer for silver-
$.15.00 -Buffets, aolld quartered
oak, handsome designs, extra
$20.00 China Closets, bent fiais
ends of double strength glaea. Ad
justable sheives. CI 9 01
Sale price yifc.JJ
$82.60 and $85,00 China Closets,
solid quarter-sawed oak, extra
large else; highly pol- M7 AC
linhed. Sale price e?lf .7)
$110.00 Unifold davenports, mas
sive frames, high-grade uphol
stering. Clearance COO CA
sale pri f J,3U
Just like illustration, and the
best equipped cabinet in the
city lor the money. CI Q '71
Our price only .....?''
Like Illustration, except have
alat instead of closed ends. Up
holstered in fabricoidfon rt
leather. Our price. ..Jfcfc.Dl.
July Clearance Sale
$5 and $6 Iron beds
all highly enameled,
$10 brass beds, 2
inch tubing, satin fin-
$8.60 arm rockers, gol.
oak, wood seat,
tfi.BO double bin kitch
en cabinets. OC
Sale .price. .
110 kitchen safes, well
made, tiale tC OC
97.00 eniid'a iron
sides. Price .
11.25 dining room
chairs. Sale . 7Q
$20 and $22.60 brass
beds, splendid pat
terns, extra heavy.
choice . . . . $12.95
S 1.76 bed-room rock
ers, wood seat
These Prices and on Easy
Terms. Write Us.
198.00 valuta. tf fC
aal. prlc. 7.a..ll
25 Per Cent DU-
: count on all
ROIX ARM PORCH
ROCKERS. Juat Ilk.
I luatratlon. axtra
St. a5fLJ!E Lw Porch
'THE PEOPLE'S STORE."
Opposite Hotel Rome.
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