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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER lo: 1;K
KENNEDY WAKES UP
Tour from Wayne to David
City Brings Out Good Crowds
and Much Interest.
FARMERS ARE INTERESTED
David City, Neb., Oct. 12. (fepe
Bial.) Coming from Wayne, where
he, Judge A. L. Sutton, and William
P. Warner addressed an audience of
2,000 persons, enlivened by two brass
bands and ' the male quartet from
Wayne .college, Congressman I. L.
Lenroot of Wisconsin, a progressive
republican, addressed a meeting here
last nighr in the district court room
ot toe sutler county court House
John L. Kennedy of .Omaha, repub
lican candidate for United States sen
ator, di.'idcd with Congressman Len
root three hours in sneaking, and dur
ing this time the audience sat in rapt
attention except when responding in
bursts of applause to the patriotic
appeals of the speakers. Prior to the
meeting the David City band played
patriotic and popular airs in the pub
lic square here. R. D. Fuller, secre
tary of the Butler county republican
central committee, presided and in
troduced the speakers. Tonight's
meeting was noteworthy because of
the presence of Matt Miller, leading
democrat and prominent citizen, who
indulged with the others in the patri
otic response, which was made by re
publicans and democrats alike to the
appeals of the speakers. Mr. Miller
is a warm personal mend of Mr. Ken
Kennedy Stands for Loyalty.
Mr. Kennedy said that the United
States had the right to insist on the
loyalty of every citizen under even
the most trying conditions, and as a
foreign-born citizen himself, he stated
that he was ready and willing to give
that loyalty at alt times. Mr. Len
root urged the election ot Mr. Ken
nedy because he is the republican
nominee, and because he is a rare
man, a man with a broad and deep
understanding of the needs of man
kind and the kind of man of whom
the United States might be justly
proud as a senator. He spoke in
glowing-terms of the record of Con
gressman Sloan i and urged his re
election, i '
Busy Day for Kennedy.
Mr. Kennedy visited five towns and
made four speeches yesterday. At
Benedict he spent an hour shaking
nanas witn tne voters, and then con
tinued on to Gresham, where a meet
ing was arranged in the town hall.
Although this was a morning meet
ing ,h lioll iA U-
and many were standing on the walk
outside. Mr. Kennedy was intro-
.. j v.. x? 1 1 - - m t i- .
uuicu uy r. vyimanis or uresnam
Much interest was shown here in the
coming election and the address made
hv Mr. KennHv.
A ' t T r , ' .
p accompanying air, jvenneay today
m York county were Jay Miller,
- ..HA J.l. i a n
vauuiuaic xur aucrm; Annie BeCK,
candidate for county superintendent;
k. J. Alien, candidate tor clerk of the
district court: G. W. France, candi
date for county attorney; T. E. Sedg-
wick, editor ot tne xork Republican,
and M. B. Stream and John Lett, vice
president of the York County Hughes
and Fairbanks club. They returned
to York tonight L. E. Ludden ac
comoanied Mr. KpnnHv frnm
Gresham to David City.
Democrats Take a Stand.
V At Surprise meeting was held in
the opera house immediately after
noonday lunch. This was attended
by both -republicans and democrats.
Many dry democrats present stated
that they would vote for Mr. Ken
nedy and Judge Sutton. Other dem
ocrats asserted that they could not
vote for Mr. Hitchcock and that they
would vote for Mr. Kennedy to ex
press their disapproval of. the manner
in which Senator Hitchcock had
treated the Bryan brothers inihe pri
,At Rising City Sir. Kennedy ad
dressed a lively crowd of citizens on
the street. Many in the audience re-
mamkaJ TU V 1 - I
iiiuuuvivu n. iciiueuy oy nis la
mous speech delivered in Rising City
in the'campaign of 1896, when he was
there speaking for sound money and
the protective tariff. He stated that
when he talked protection in 1896 the
democrats ridiculed the proposition.
Now he pointed out that they were
using it for; the benefit of southern
products, but not for the benefit' of
the products of Nebraska and the rest
of the north. The farmers were much
pleased with Mr. Kennedy's reference
to the tariff.
Butler County Lining Up.
There is a large vote all through
Butler, county which will go to Mr.
Kennedy, and a great many votes
which will go to Judge Sutton re
gardless of party lines. Much satisfaction-was
expressed throughout the
county today by republicans who are
pleased with the manner in which Mr.
Kennedy has campaigned for the en
tire republican ticket.
J. P. Stoltz of Milford, candidate
for state senator,' and A. Campbell of
Gresham, candidate for float repre
sentative, have campaigned with Mr.
Kennedy all day today.
Miss Bessie E. Whitford, daughter
of William Whitford and George Ar
thur Eklund, both of Kennebec, S. D.,
were married by Rev. Charles W.
Savidge Wednesday evening at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Homer
C. Charles, 1556 North Sixteenth
Funeral of Mrs. Duncan Today.
Gibbon, Neb., Oct. 12. (Special
Telegram.) Today occurred the fu
neral of Mrs. H. J. Duncan, wife of
Harry Duncan, an old-time traveling
salesman out of Omaha and at pres
ent postmaster here. She was taken
ill with neuralgia and it settled in her
heart. Conductor Ben Masters of the
Union Pacific is her brother
DR. C. E. 8APF, aged 64 years, of
the South Bide, died yesterday after
noon at the South Side hospital, fol
lowing a short illness. Funeral ar
rangements are .held up awaiting word
from a sister, Mrs. E. D. Miller of San
Sloan Points Out , "
Effects Caused by
Beatrice, Neb., Oct. 12. (Special.)
Congressman Sloan at Liberty.
Tuesday, discussing the tariff as re
lating to the farmer, stated in part:
"Since the passage of the Under
wood tariff law two influences have
operated to affect the price of the
leading farm products. One was tJlc
passage of the act and its operation;
second, the opening of the European
war and its progress.
"Much is said about the present
very high prices. That they are war
prices should be understood by all.
The most potent influence fixing a
day's market is the result of a great
battle, the organization of a great
campaign or the rumored coming into
or the going out of war by some
"Roumania's entrance into the war
reduced the price of wheat 11 cents a
bushel. It can from this be well un
derstood what effect an actual cessa
tion of hostilities would cause. If po
litical advantage is looked for then
the party in power should t once
claim responsibility for the passage
of the Underwood law and assume
responsibility for the depressed prices
following. And if they would claim
credit for the high prices now, they
should assume responsibility for the
war, which 1 do not anticipate they
"I submit the farm prices of corn,
oats, barley, potatoes, hay and flax
seed for the month of May, 192, this
compared with May of 1914, one be
ing under the Payne law and the other
under the Underwood law:
,1914 -May 1912. Pec.
Corn, bushel t 0.721 $ 0.794 10.O7S
Oats, bushel 3Sa &6 . &
Barley, bushel 498 .962 .49
Potato?, bushel ... .714 1.S73 .D59
Flaxseed, bushel ... 1 .247 1.81 .46S
Hay. ton 12.32 17.64 6.33
"To further illustrate, I submit the
prices of wheat on several markets on
July 11, 1912 and 1914:
T912. 1914. Deo.
Omaha 11.03 30.73 $0.30
Chicago 1.0414 - .SOS -24
New York 1.15 .87H .27H
Kansas City ....... ,9 .-78 ,20H
Minneapolis 1.074 - .Sfis, .20f
In Box Butte County
Alliance, Neb., Oct. 12. (Special.)
The republicans of Box Butte coun
ty and Alliance met in an enthusiastic
and well attended meeting and formed
the Box Butte County Republican
club, or the Hughes Alliance. The
following prominent men of Alliance
were elected" to the offices: i
President, R. M. Hampton; vice
president, Ben J. Sallows; secretary,
Earl D. Mallery; treasurer, Frank J.
The republicans of Box Butte have
raised a large fund for campaign pur
poses. They have opened headquar
ters in one of the downtown build
ings, where they will carry on an
active campaign from this time to
election day. N
Thieves Steal $100
. Worth of Silk
Gretna. Netf.. Oct. 12. (SoeciaD
Burglars broke down the door of
Smith Bros, store here today and
stole $100 worth of eilks. The thieves
did not go near the cash register and
thus passed . up a tidy sum. The
break occurred in the early morning.
Police think the cul rits are the
same who broke into Diers' store in
Louisville and Peters' store in Mil
lard last week. The robbers left no
Alliance Commercial Club
To Meet Election Night
Alliance, Neb., Oct. 12. (Special.)
The Alliance Commercial club will
stage what promises to be one of the
most lively, largest attended and most
enthusiastic smokers ever given by
the club. Secretary Bushnell has ar
ranged that event, which will be held
November 7, election night, at the
opera house. An Associated Press
leased wire will be installed therein,
and that, together with local returns
and long distance, telephone service,
will furnish the members with com
plete election returns. The Alliance
band will give a concert and ample
food and smokes will be there for the
members to enjoy.
How 4o Can Colds.
Avoid exposure and drafts. Eat right.
Take Dr King's New Discovery, It kills
and destroys the cold germs. All druggists.
Buy a Sweet-Toned
Schmoller & Mueller
At Factory to Home Price,
saving the middleman's
profit, which meant -$75
Our Schmoller & Muel
ler Pianos are noted for
their fine tone and dur
ability, in fact, are fully
guaranteed for twenty
five years. .
We. have several' different
styles to select from. A visit of
inspection does not obligate a
Terms t $5.00 Per Month.
Three Years' Tim to Pay.
FREE STOOL FREE SCARF
Schnoller & Mueller
1311-11 Farnam St, Omaha
MRS. CLEAVER IS
GRAND CHIEF D. OF H.
Spirited Contest With Miss
Hempel of Plattsmouth Ends
in Latter's Defeat.
FINANCIAL SKY. CLEARED
(from a Staff -Correspondent.!
Lincoln. Oct. 12. (Special Tele
gram.) Mrs. Mayme Cleaver, for ten
years grand chief of the Degree of
Honor, was" re-elected here this aft
ernoon after a spirited scrap. She
defeated Miss Theresa Hempel of
Plattsmouth. Additional fire was put
into the election by the action of
Henry Gering of Omaha, a member
of the laws committee, in reading a
letter which attacked the manage
ment of the finances of the order.
He read the financial report, showing
affairs to he in a most prosperous
condition, in reolv to the charges in
the letter, which had been circulated
among the membership.
Other officers elected were: Chris
tina Yager, Hastings, grand lady of
honor; Mrs. Katie Schniitt, Omaha.
grand treasurer: Dr. Ada W llev
Ralston, grand medical examiner:
Lena Hcrre, Fremont, member of the
Representatives to ' the superior
lodge, Dr. fe. K. 1 atton, Umaha; .Mrs
Mayme Cleaver, Grand Island; Mrs
Augusta Anton, McCook; out watch
Mrs. Hansine Burk. Grand Island.
Hastings was chosen as the meet
ing place tor the 1918 biennial session.
. Teacher Training Graduates.
Beatrice, Neb., Oct. 1'2. (Special.)
The local Presbyterians featured a
Sunday school graduatio nat their
church last evening before an inter
ested audience. The educational su-
1 LEATHER GOODS I
s We carrjK one of the finest
s lines of small leather goods in
S Omaha. See our
Pockot Books, at 50c to $5
Card Cases, at 50c to $5.00
Collar Bags, at $1 to $3
Medicin Cases, at $1 to $4.50
S Toilet Cases with fittings
r $S.OO to $25.00
1 FRELING & STEINLE
1803 Farnam St
Floor Covering Dept.
Will Make Their
Oct. 14, of the hun
dreds of very new
est in patterns.
Watch for our ad in
for the prices.
Remember the day,
It will be worth
your while to see1
this display of beau
tiful linoleums and
get the prices.
j r fjn
I Sve You Money TheMA Reason
"I Couldn't Have
a Prettier Suit
IflWere the Rich
est Girl in Town!"
"And I surely am very far re.
moved from the. conveniences ot
wealth! Not that I don't get a
good enough salary, Jtut you girls
who dress on salaries and moder
ate allowances know how quickly
money goes for this and that and
how almost impossible it is to save
a big enough sum for a new Suit
until the season is pretty far ad
vanced. "That's why 1 was so joyous
when I learned that. Beddeo's
Credit Emporium that popular
place at 1417 Douglas street
would not insist on having the
price of my Fall Suit paid in ad
vance, but would gladly allow me
to pay the greater part of it week
by week, WHILE I'M WEARING
"Oh, you can't imagine what a
rapturous time I had deciding
which particular suit of Beddeo's
many beautiful models 1 wanted
for my own ! If you haven't" vis
ited Beddeo's ladies' dep't yet this
Fall, girls, you surely ought to
make up for lost time and take
them in tomorrow.
"You'll gaze at Beddeo's Suits
with admiration and longing and
you need not gaze in vain. When
you've found YOUR Suit among
the hundreds shown, you may buy
it on easy weekly payments. And
Beddeo's Credit System is so lib
eral that practically any woman in
Nebraska may use it and wear
stylish clothes without hardship or
worry. You owe it to yourself to
visit Beddeo's, at 1417 Douglas
street Advertisement. - -
perintendejit of the synod of Nebras
ka, Rev. K. H. Houseman of Omaha,
delivered the address and awarded di
plomas to those who had completed
the first standard teacher training
course. The graduates were: Misses
Helen Black, Marguerite Brash, Irma
Fcllwock, Merjc,jessup, Nellie Lay
mon, Dorothy Scroggs, Lena ' M.
Scroggs, Nellie Scroggs and Marian
Some Wonderful Values
Girls' $2.50, $3 and
$3.50 Coats, $1.95
Girls' coats, sizes 2 to 6 years;
all good styles, warm, well made'
with such materials as chinchilla,
corduroy, fancy mixtures. Also
coats 6 to 14 years' size in heavy
gray melton eloths, J J
Big Lot of Women's Skirts,
Over 1,500 women's fine all wool
serge, large plaids, fine corduroy
all-wool poplin, novelty materials;
dozens of styles to choose from;
all the latest styles big pockets,
high belts, box plaits, fancy white
trimmed, big button trimmed-i val
ues $3.00, $3.50 to ffl QC
5.00, at JU.JW
IS Dosan Men's Cotton Ribbael
and FUc Lined Union Suits,
worth to 1.00, ' rjg.,
' On Lot of Man's Fine Llnod
Shirts and Drawers, cut full size.
Good, heavy weight. All 09
sizes 34 to .44. Garment..
- On Lot of Man's Neglige and
Coif Shirts, broken lots of OC-,
regular 60c values, at..!. Jalv
25 Dona Men's Wool Mixocl
Shirts and Drawers, assorted col
ors. Winter weight. ,Some are
samples. $1.00 values, fiQ.
One Lot of Men's Merino Shirts
and Drawers, gray color, good,
heavy weight. Sizes 36 to 44.
While they last, VI
- One 'Lot .of Men's Wool and
Wonted Sweater Coats, assorted
colors. Values to $2.00, J
25 Dosen Men's Lined Gloves
for Fall and Winter Wear, Q.
special sale, pair "
tM rt i 1 c .. i
men a in, a-i.i auiunman.
cut full length; with plenty of
One Lot of Men's Silk Necla
wear, made up in the regular COc
shape. All new shades, 25 C
200 Dozen Men's Canton Flan
nel Cloves and Mittens, regular 8
ounce weight. . Cut largei Well
made. Special, per Im
Size 18x36, worth 50c, Q
Size' 27x54, worth 7Q,,
$1.00, at 'C
Size 36x72, worth CI 10
$1.50, at Plelal
Atlantic Bath Rugs
Size 24x48, worth C1 10
$2.00, at JH.1?
Size 36x72, worth tM OQ
$3.50, at JI.O?
Other tizei in proportion
Linoleum, 6 feet wide. A1 g.
Worth 60c, sale price, sq. yd
Axmintter Rug Remnant
In 2 , 3 and 4-yard lengths. Just
the thing for hall runners, at
$1.75, $2.50, $3.00
Congoleum Art Rug
Size 4x9, worth $5.00, gg
Size 4-6x6, 'worth $3.00, JJ g(J
A LittU Marvel Carpet Sweeper
Full guaranteed. A CM QQ
regular $2.50 sweeper.. 1.I0
Warm, Comfortable Blankets
Cotton Bed Blankets Size 60x76 inches. Good quality, extra weight.
Warm, fleecy nap. Neat, washable borders, thread whipped 07
edges. Pair. I C
'Extra Large Size, 72x84-Inch, Nashua Woolnap Plaid Blankets Heavy
twill weave; permanent wool finish. Blue, pink, gray and . (PO AQ
tan color combinations; fast dye. $3.00 values, pair
Crib Blankets 34x40 inches. Plain
washable borders. Good nap. Regular 15c values, on sale, each.
Extra Weight Silkolin Covered Comforters Filled with best grade cot
ton. Light and dark ground, silkoline covered. Hand . CI C 7
tufted. Sale price, each iJl.Ul
Sateen Comforters Fine quality sateen, printed in neat fall designs.
Extra heavy weight. Filled with pure, sanitary cotton, (PO J7
scroll stitched. $3.00 Values, each )ae.1l
Best Grade Combination Felt and Wood Wool Mattresses Well fin
ished, Imperial edge. Fancy art ticking, tufted. Weight (JC QQ
50 pounds. Regular $7.50 values: sale price 9DJO
Pillows Size 17x24 inches. Filled with best grade crushed
feathers; art ticking covered. Regular 60c values . .
I Sheldon. Dr. . I. I'aiu-r-ioii. tuc pu
j lor, presided and presented the class
Democratic Day in Platte.
Columbus, Neb., '(.(ii. 12. (Special
Telegram.) Yesterday was Neville
day in Platte county. Keiih Neville,
democratic candidate for governor,
with F.dgar Howard, democratic can
Continue Until Saturday
Splendid Coats, at $5.95
Choice of 600 Women's, Misses' and Juniors' Fall and Win
ter Coats, latest styles, 'made of flood heavy materials such
as Chinchilla, in blue, fancy mixtures with big sailor collars,
all satin lined corduroy coats with fur collars and wide belts,
dozens of styles. Coat valued at $7.50. $8.50, r? AC
$10.00, $12.50 and $15.00 pOi7D
Women's, Misses' and Juniors' Dresses, $3.00
Over 1,000 women's, misses' and juniors' silk and wool dresses, dozens
of styles, made of all wool serge.-diagoiml cloth, French serge, corduroy,
silk poplin; valued at $5.00, $6.00 and $7.50; QQ
Women's House Dresses
Women's Fleeced Dark Blue and
Materials, cotton serges and other
house dresses; over buu to select irom; i.uu, it. ZD, -$1.50
and $2.00 values, at ....a ;
Women's Percale Fancy Trimmed Dresses All sizes and
many different styles, 75c and $ 1.00 values, at ......... .
Pants are fully lined. xPlain gray
and gray stripe effects, in good
serviceable worsted cheviots. Nob
by Norfolk styles in the newpinch
back effect Ages 6 to (M OQ
17 years, at.. qO.Oif
Boy' Chinchilla Overcoat
Blue, brown, light and dark gray.
Made in two styles, with half belt
or full belt. All lined with a good
serviceable worsted lin- CO QQ
Ing. Ages 2 to 10 years tPse.0?
Boy' Mackinaw, $3.19
Different colors in plaid effects.
All made in the full belted models
with shawj collars. Ages 7 to 17
years. Worth more CJO 1Q
than we are asking.... Vv&v
Special Lot of
Good heavy weight sweaters in ox
ford gray color. Ages 7 A7t
to 14 years ,j
Pants, a big bargain, at 57c
Good full cut, in a medium drab
shade. Ages 6 to 16 years. C7i
Sale price C
at Small Prices
BOO Choice New Trimmed H. ta
in silk velvets. Principally sailors,
draped turbans and tricorns in
such colors as black, brown, navy,
etc. Smartly trimmed in gold and
silver effects, new ornaments and
fancies. Hats you could easily af
ford to pay $5.00 for. flJO AC
One lot, at . Vti.t J
Our Misses' and Juniora' 'Section
is always crowded, due to the fact
that every conceivable style, from
the hat for a tot of 3 years, to the
?oung girl of 15 years, may be
ound in endless variety. We men
tion a special lot of Corduroy, Vel
vet and plush hats, smartly trim
med for Bchool or street wear.
Values to $2.60, JQq
With the tremendous advance in
price of velvet, a good silk hat for
a small price isery scarce. Never
theless, here is where we again
demonstrate our buying supremacy
by offering an All-Silk Velvet Hat,
in a wonderful variety of shapes,
such as Sailors, Tricorns, Mush
rooms, Pokes, Side Roll Hats, in
black, brown, navy, gray, etc. A
wonderful bargain, fljl 4(
while they last, at.... vl.s
white, tan and gray. Neat,
didate fur lieutenant governor, the
democratic candidates for county of
fices and about forty more democrats
visited every town in the county.
Fairbury Votes for Paving Bonds..
.Fairbury, Neb., Oct. 12. (Special.)
Fairbury has voted $50,000 bonds
for paving intersections of streets in
the paving districts.
in Women's Wearables
Gray Fancy Checked, Dark Striped
fancy dark and light fall and winter
Woman's Fiber Cotton Hosiery
Black hem and'ribbed tops. Split
soles and feet. Regular and extra
sizn. Also floece lined and rib
bon tops. Worth 16c. 11.
Special, pair. ..... ... . . , IXC
Women's Cotton Seamless Hosiery,
black only. Regular 10c
quality, pair , ..' I C
Children's Black Cotton Hosiery
Worth 10c. Very special CL
and plain colors; 7c quality, C
or nair '.' ifC
Lace Curtains, including Cable
Nets, Filet Nets, Nottingham, Lace
Edge and Novelty Curtains Some
slightly Imperfect. Values to $3.00
pair. As long as these last, QC
per pair ....... k. ...... . OOC
Traveling Men's Sample Curtains
Some of these are 1H yards
long. Values to 60c. Your 1
choice, each, for 1JC
In this lot you will find Hundreds
of Yards of High Grade Leaver
Lac Nets, Novelty Nets and Bun
galow Nets These are most won
derful bargains. You,r , )Cr
choice, per yard .......... eSDC
Scrims, Voiles, Marquisettes, Eta
mines and other Curtain Materials
2 to 6 yards in length. (J
Values to !!(); yard 3C
LOT 1500 Pairs Women's High
Grade Shoes In button and lace
styles. Hand welted and McKay
sewed soles; Cuban nd Louis
heels. Short and medium long
vamp. Sizes from 2H to 8: widths
A A to D. Regular 5(3 to djl At
$3.50 values, on sale, at wl'tfO
LOT 22,800 Pairs Women's Fin
st Grade Shoes This line repre
sents some of the leading manu
facturers' oversupply and samples,
including shoes from Weil & Co.,
New York ; Red Cross make, Meni
han & Co., Rochester. We are
proud of this line of shoes. Don't
fail to come, t your size is here.
Patent leather, dull kid and calf
skin. Sizes 2H to 8; widths AA to
D. Shoes worth from $4 (JO OQ
to $6, on sale, pair.... POU
36-Inch Striped Silk and Cotton
Crepe de Chine, in dainty woven
colorings, absolutely fast. 1 P
Worth 45c. Special, yard. . 13C
27-Inch Fine Quality Whit Dimity
in the small pin checks, double
checks and plaids; hairline and
cluster Btripes. For infants' wear,
undermuslins, aprons, etc. 1ft.
Worth 15c. Special, yard. . vC
Domestics Exceptional Values
'Genuine Highland Park Indigo Seersuckers Best grade, neat QXs
stripes. Off the bolt. Regular lOtte value, yard. ............ 0Q
36-Inch Fancy Curtain Scrim Neat printed borders, fancy Jl.
figured, with ecru and white backgrounds. Off the bolt, yard. . "JC
27-Inch Fancy Outing Flannel Extra weight, warm, fleecy nap; for
night gowns and children's sleeping garments; He value, . . . CI.
per yard , ; ; ........... , "a C
The Genuine American and Simpson Dress Prints Full bolts, perfect
goods. Black and white, gray apd shirting styles. - ; : . C 1 -
Sale price, per yard , tr. ... oJC
The Genuine Amoskeag Fleccedown Whit Outing Flannel This well. .
known fabric at less than mill cost today. 104c value, ,: f BisV
per yard OfC
40-lnch Unbleached Muslin Extra fine quality easily bleached. CI ,
For sheets, slips, etc. 9c value, sale price, yard. . i ..... i C
72xS0-lnch Bleached Sheets Good quality, 3-inch hems. Made AC
from good.grade cottoir; On sale. each. . j. .............. iwC
42x36-Inch Bleached Pillow Slips
Good quality. Each
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
This Store' Never
Announced More u
Attractive Values 1
White and Colored
Blouses at 47c
Women's white and colored blous
es new, up-to-date styles; many'
with big dollar, and frill fronts;'
heavy colored wash materials; all
sizes and dozens of styles; AH
76c and $1.00 values, at. ,
Women' 50c, 75c and $1.00
., WaiU, at 25c -.J''n
Women's white and colored wash'
waists thousands to select from;
dozens of styles, all sizes, not this -season's
styles, but good, practical
styles for everyday wear, made of 1
many different kinds of good wash
materials. Also black waists, made
of black satin; 50c, 76c
and $1.00 values, at..... C;
Huck Towel Ends, lcv
10c Towel, 6c
Full Bleached Huck Towel
Hemmed ends, with fancy bonders.
While this lot lasts,
8c Toweling, 5Vic
5,000 Yards of Full Bleached Twil
l.d Toweling Soft and ab- CI
sorbent kind. Special, yd.. 2 ,
Table Cloth, 47c
These arc 2 yards long. Large as-;;
sortment of patterns. Linen A7g
finish. Unexcelled for wear "C '
$3.75 Spreads, $2.25
These are scalloped cut comer, in'
the crochet kind. Extra size and
heavy quality. All
very JO OC
NOTIONS : - i
Children's He Support- 7 JLa ;
era, perpair. . . . 2
12-Yard Bolts of Bias
Tap, per bolt... JC '
Wash Edging, special,
bolt . .. .
3-Yard Bolts of English
C. M. C. Crochet Cotton,
Wooden Suit Hangars,
Be value, each
Knitting Crochet, very spe
cial, per ball ..... ra ..... .
But Burson Stocking Feet,
Safety Pins, 3 dozen :
200-Yard Spools of Machine O-
Thread, per spool. , ,,. ;
Ocaan Pearl Buttons, special, 1
Lingerie Tape, for under- 01 -wear,
per bolt. . . "JC
Wooden Button Molds,
2 dozen for
-Darning Cotton, special,
Insid Skirt Baiting, -yard
Tatting Shuttles, special,
each , .
Kid Curlers, one lot,
Larg 10c Bottle of Machine C
Oil for C
Best Irish Linen Tape, 01-
Wavy Wir Collar Stays. 1 -
card . . C
Women's and Children's Fine Cot
ton' Handkerchiefs Plain white
and colored, rolled hems. 0 1
Worth 6c ( special, each. . aC
Soft finish. 3-inch' hems.
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