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UVE STOCK MARKET
Desirable Killing Cattle Strong,
Others Steady Fat Lambs
' Ten-to Fifteen Up.
HOGS STEADY TO TEN OFF
Omahs, November I. ltl.
Rarelpts were: Callle. Hon. Shp
Offlrlal Monday . '"
Offlri.1 Tuesday I.IM t.l7 ".'
Eeilmale Wednesday.. 4.100 7,400 11.000
Three day. Ihl week.. 10.554 ti.lU 41.040
Kern day. la.t nek. .11.140 !l,7 3."'
gam. daya 1 weeke asolMH 17,111 .00
tint daya t weeks eeo46.l 11. HO '"
Seme daya 4 weeke ae;oll.005 1,414 l,741
Sam. daya laat year.. 10,110 11.717 61.171
R-lpls and dlepoalllon of live atvk at
lh Union Slork yarda. Omaha. Neb., for
Iwenty-four houra ending at I o'clock p. m.,
mm" rattle. Hogs. Hheep. H'ra.
c. m. m. p
llaaouii Pacific . .
C. N W.. eaal ...
C. A N. W., weet .
C. ft. P. M. O.
".. B. Q.. esat .
C. B. Q.. wat
C, R, 1. P., east.
C. R. I. a P.. wat . ,
Tlllnale Central . .
Chlrago Ot. Weat. .
L4. . .
Total receipt! ....121 101
Swift Co. ......
Cudahy Picking Co.
Armour " v.o . . . .
V W. Murphy
Llncoln'Pack. Co. ....
t. Om. Pack. Co....
Henlnger t Olaon ...
w. B. Vaaant Co. 1.
BontOn, Vens't 4 Lush
F. B. Lewis
J. B. Root A Co
J. H Bulla. 47
I.. P. Huaa 2'
Roaanatock Bros. .... 411
F. O. Kellogg
Werthelmer ft Degen
H. P. Hamilton
Mo. Kap. Calf Co..
FINAL ESTIMATE 0F
YEAMARYEST Corn Crop is About Four Hun
dred Million Bushels Below
Olaaaberg . ......
Baker . ..........
John Harvey .
Dennis A Frmncla ,
. Janaen Lungrsn
Other buyers . ...a.
Totals . M47 '.' "
Cattle Rscelpts ware fair, but the total
for th. two daya amounta to only 14.114
head, lees than half aa large aa other re
cent weoka. There wss a yery fair demand
for baof steora of good quality and the
market on such wss a little alronger. He
dlum and Inferior grades were alow, no one
being eapeelally amloua for the warmed up
klnda of beovel, Cows and halfera were
steady to strong and feeders steady.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beeves. IU.Mtll.Ms fair to good beevej
II MtU.Ot; common to talr beeves, 11.10.)
1.40; tanoy heavy grasssrs, ll.760l.7lj good
to choice grass beeves, 17.l0tl.ll! fair to
good grass beeves, II. 7107. 10; common
to fair areas beeves. I1.001.71; good to
cholos heifers, H.76tl loo
cows, H.U.71; Islr to good cows.
111; common to fair cows. 14.00t'.JI
good to cholos feeders, I7.31J3,00; fair to
good (seders, Hilt',"! common to fair
feeders, li.71tl.Hl ood ebolca alack
srs, 17.111.00: stock helfers,4ll.Htl,71;
stock oowa, I4.lltl.00! atock halves, 11.00
tl Ml veal calvee, S.M10.M beei bulls,
suae, etc.. It 31 0 1 It.
Hogs Chicago had a big run and es
pMted to have a hard time getting eteedy
prices. Hers ths merket opened somewhat
slow, part ot the packers holding back, and
while a fsw early shipper sales looked. If
anything, strong, shipping outlet was very
limited, and packers were able to make
fh.ie flea nurrhioea at flsuree that ranged
from In ao case mors than steady to as
The trade waa rather draggy all the way
through. Packers In some cases tried to
enforce still further pries concessions sj
the day wore or, and at one 'time It looked
as though the oloae mignt do a oime iww.r,
' hi the bulk finally aold at morning prices,
that Is, no mors than steady to to lower
than yesterday. Some of the best lights
wojold Just as readily aa anything alee, but
medium to common Btuff that lacked weight
... lima alow, and on the oloas at least
showed the moat decline. IB fact late
rounds wars as a general thing as low as
any lime, though on deelrabis hogs there
waa, aa noted, no ohangs from sarty figure.
It waa wall along lowaroa minus? otvrw
everything wss finally cleaned .up. Prices
sversged a little lower, part of the de
cline the market showed probably being
due to th fact that lights were. It any
thing, mors plentiful than on Tueeday. Bulk
sold at ll.4O01.lt, with a aprlnkllna of
lights on dawn, whlla there were scattering
aalaa of the good butchers and heavloa on
WHEAT, OATS AND BARLEY
Washington, Nov. 8. Preliminar;
forecasts of the country's principa
farm crops this year were complete!
today in November crop report of the
Department of Agriculture. The esti
mates of this year's harvest, statistics
of last year's final output and the aver
age output for the years 1910 to 1914
inclusive, in millions of bushels, i. e.,
000' s omitted, follow:
1911 1915. 1-Tear
Crops Kellmate. Crop. Average
Corn 2.44J.50S 1,014,638 1,712,451
Wheat 607,557 1,011,105 728, 22f
188.8.131.52 1,640,362 1,167,161
Re 41,K4 41.110
BuckWheat 1 1,447 16,761
Potato 2H1.164 351.101
flweot potatoea . . 67.683 74.295
Hay. tame, (tona) 16,155 15,225
Hay. Wild, (tonal 20,070 21.491
t'otton. (bale.) .; 1I.6J7 11.193
Tobacco. (Iba.) .. 1,146.630 1,060.617
Flaxaeed 15,100 11.646
Klce 11.160 11,947
Peaches 36.1I 1 63,460
Pear 10.377 11,116
Applee. (bbla.) .... 17.615 76.170
Sugar boela (tone) 7,411 1,611
Corn Stocks of old corn on farms
November 1 estimated at 89,6K6,UX)
hl,el enmnared with VO.UW.UUU
bushels a year ago and 104,460,000
bushels, the average ot tne prcccunig
J-inal estimates 01 tnc years crops
and their value, as estimated by prices
nairl in farmers on December 1, will
be announced hy tne Liepartment oi
Agriculture on Friday, December 15.
CHIt'AOO I.IVR HTOCK MARKET.
Cattle, firm) Hogs, Flrmi Hheep.
Chlcsgo, Nov, I, Cattle Recelpta, 26,000
head; market firm, three Inade of beevee
nld at 112.06. the hlaheat price on record
native beef. I7.IOmiZ.Ub; WCatem aieera.
la7A4l6.tO: atockera and feedera, 14.1041
1.00; rowa and helfere, 11.7609. 70; calves,
Hn Receipts. 43.000 head; market firm,
unchanged to 6c abovs yeaterday'B average;
bulk of Bales, tl.26syl.lt: light, 1.751.I5;
mlsed, (. 95; heavy. 11 26 t 10.00;
rough, ll.25KI.46; plga, 16. 60O1.60.
Rheap and Ijimba Recelpta. 11.000 heed;
market firm; amtnera. ll.iuot la; ewea,
14.10ej7.76; laptby 11.6001 1.60.
I HAJDCN S XKJJ TparWs to Omaha I HsBESSi
I Kansas City Use Htock Market.
Kane. a City. Nov. 1CatUe Receipts,
11.000 head; market ateady to 10c hlkher;
prime fed steera. 11.754 1 1.10; dreaaed beef
eteera, 17. 1001. 60; western steers, 16.600
10.00; cow., 14. 6007.10; helfera. 16.000
10.09; atockera and feedera. 15.1001.00;
bujls, $1.0001.60; calves, 16,50 0 10.10.
'Hogs Recelpta, 10,000 head: market
higher: bulk of aalea, I9.l64cl.7t; heavy,
11.6006.90; packera and hutchera, 11.100
1,10: light, 19.1601.70: plga, I7.1O01.2O.
Nheep anor Lambs RecolpUt. 6,300 head;
market hlsher: lambs. 110.60 011.16: year
lings. 17.Tt01.71; wethers, I7.16tl .11; swos,
St. Joseph Uve Stock Market,
Ht, Joseph, Mo., Nov. I. Cattle Recelpta.
1,100 head; market 10c higher; ateera, $1.60
0110.10; cowa and heifers, Il.i0fjl0.00;
calves, $6 00011.00.
Hogs Receipts, 1,100 head: market
ateady to atrong; top, II.7B; bulk of sales,
$1.46 01.70. .
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 600 head;
market steady: lambs. $10.71011.10.
New York, Nov. I, Ths market of coffee
futurea waa nervous and Irregular with am
tlment more or leas unsettled, owing partly
to election uncertslntles, The opening was
104 points higher on scattered buying, but
prices soon turned easier under liquidation,
which seemed to come partly from Wall
atreet acourcee, with March eelllng off to
1.41c and July to 1.63c. The cloae waa I to I
points net tower. Halee, 31,750 bags; No
vember, I. lie; December, 1.36c: January,
1.36c: February, 3.11c; March, 1.41c; April,
3.41c; May, 1.61c; June, I. Hi". July. 1.43c;
August, 1.66c; September, l.llo; October,
1.17c. Spot coffee quiet: Rio 7a, ItaCI Santos
4s. lOlfcc, Coat and freight offerlnge were
unchanged, ranging about 10.0010.120 for
Hantoe 4e, lndon credits. Ths official
cables reported no change In the Braslllan
spot market over the local holiday. Santos
futures Were unchanged to 60 rels lower.
un to 11.71. ths top.
41 . .Ill
I 10 ,
6hM) Ft lmb prtcM ahowtd th tint
rcallr quottM chang that thr hvv tine
Monday f lut wnvk. With a continuation
of ih moderat nelptt, paokara who aeni
to want mora Cat lamba than ar oomtm
tariod aarly thli morning and by ld-Ior'
noon had cleaned up moat of tha offcrlnn
at flfurea that war taatly 1016e htghvr,
and by aoma t radars, war quoUd UtfSto
hlrhar. Nona of tha lamba hr war oon
ldrd quit ma rood aa tha on that
brought 111. 00 yatrday. but In spit of
that vral bunch aold aa high aa 111.16,
-with othf-ra at IO.IOOU1. Th day's top
of fll-lft la th hlghast prlc vr paid hnie
at this aaaaoa. Fat aheap war genffrally
lining, not vary big aupply balng on
offer. Soma prUy good awaa aold around
97.00, with wether at 91.01.
Feder offerings were lighter than yes
terday, and trade waa active and steady
to atronger. On tiing of declrable lambs
that were rather light brought 99.70, and
a couple of loada of light lamba set a top
of 919.06, the best price paid hr In unit
time, and higher than waa ever before paid
during th month of November. All th
dlrabl feeder wer cleaned up early.
- Hot many feeder lamba were offered.
Quotation on Bheep and laambe Lambe.
good to choice, $10.90011. 19; lambs, fair to
good. 910. 16O10.89; lamba, feeder. 18.76$
l.0: yearlings, good to choice, I8.00fl,76:
yearling, fair to good, 97.0099. 00; y earl Inge,
feeder, s7.ooeji.OQ, wetners, rair to moire,
7 009.S9: ewe, good to rhotce, $9.96 0
T 10: we fair to good, 99.9697.10; ewee.
plains to eulla, 14.0006.79; awe, feeding,
9. 60C9.79; wei breeder all age, 9.0t)J
too Wyoming feeding" lamba. .
lit cull feeding lamb
3i0 MonUna feeding lamba.,
117 Wyoming feeding lamba.
117 Wyoming feeding lamb.
SSI fed lambs.
123 fed lambs
"17 Wyoming lamba
I IT Wyoming lamba............ 16
U0 Wyoming lambs 63
019 61 on tana lambs 70
97 fed lambe SS
79 ffd yearlings ff
114 fed yearlings' 9S
349 native lambs ?S
New fork. Nov. 9. Metals Copper, firm;
electrolytic, first quarter, 9a.030.00; sec
ond quarter, a.00a.00. Iron, firm; No. 1
northern, $.4.00t6.OO; No. I, 9t3.K09S4.60;
No. 1 southern, 121 60O.S.00; No. 1. 2i.26
fp 11.76 Metal exchange quote tin firm; apot,
it .lAndon: spot copper, tin; ruturea.
1119. KltM'tro lytic. 1147. Spot tin. 163 10;
futures. 1184 16a.
Oil and Rosin.
Bavannah, Qa Nov. 9. Turpentine Firm,
46 S 947c, sales, SOS bbla.; receipts, 918 bbla.;
shipments, 14 bbls.; Rtmk, 16,961 bbls.
Roeln Firm sale vht odib. ; receipt e,
bbl.; hllment, 460 bbls.; stock, 77,403 bbls.
Quote: A, R, C, K. t.b F, U, H, 1, K, M,
96.S6; N, 6.46; wu, is.eu; www, i.o.
Cotton Olnntng Report.
Washington, Nov. 8. Cotton ginned prior
to Noveiotfer 1 amounted to 8,919,609 bales.
compsrefl with 7.978.869 last year and
9.886,911 in 1914. Mound nairs inciuaefl were
163,698, and Sea Inland, 80,810. Olnntng by
state Include: California, 11,283; Oklahoma,
698.649; Teiaa, 3,110,299.
fit. taenia Live Meek Market.
,. Ht. tsoula. Mo.. Nov. 9. Cattle Receipts,
7.90 hnad; market steady; natlv steers.
97.6Qrll,60: yearling eters and hewer.
I8.M1.16, cow, S&-9907. 76; atm-kers and
ftdfi. 16.3097. ; prime southern steer.
SM.UD4t9.aS: cow and heifers. 84.6097.60:
, prime, yearling steer and heifers, 7.60t)
M9: native calve. .OO019.76.
' Ho RWpts, ' 10,000 , head! market
Sfeady; Jfhte, 9. 9699. 90: Pgi. K.IOfrf.00;
nixed and butrhera, 99.9609.90; good heavy,
99.K6Y9: bulk. 99.3099.69.
Bheep and LmtahKecetpts, 1.609 head;
market steady to 16c higher; lambs. $7,909
11.16; ewes, 93.769?. 36; yMrltngs, 9.00O
us . ,
r; 4- , ,.
MlMl City Uv Mtorh lrkt.
Hious. City, la., Nov. 9f Cattle receipt,
t.fioo head; market 10c higher; beef steera,
t-ttoal.7t; butchers. 93.9097.90; ranners,
ra sO0 6.OO; bulls, stags, etc, 96.9D9.9U;
fading fowl and heifers. I&.9096.79.
Ilogn Receipts. 4.609; market steady to
is rower i light. 39. 0049.30; uiited, t9,nf
t iU: h.avy, S9.46f9.70; bulk of sales. 19.13
Hbeep and- Ufflbe-Receipts. 1,30 hd;
Aim ..t. ateady; owet. 7691-90; lambs.'
Thrice welcome to any accommodation this store can grant you. We
want you to feel perfectly at home here. Use our store as a con
venience. Check your baggage and parcels, here free. Use our
free telephones and other accommodations. Shop as much as you
please, without the least obligation to buy were here to show
merchandise. We're anxious to do everything in our power to;
make your visit to Omaha a pleasurable one. We are very desirous
that you should find a visit to this store not only pleasurable, but
profitable. To this end we have arranged many splendid Special Sale
events for Thursday and Friday. Don't miss them.
' ' '
Interesting Specials in Women's Stylish Outer Apparel
. , t iu- xroino-rrottinor rmrtraiti.jrivinBf nowers of our ereat buy
wever oeiore nave uic ouucuui " &"vv"o o p- a , .
ing organization been more aptly shown than in the remarkable special values displayed
in our Suit Section Thursday..
Elegant New CoaU that would sell regu
larly at $35 and $39.50 on
sale. Materials are seal $Q f.75
plusheswool velours, bo- gJyW
livia cloths, friezes, meltons
and classy novelties; all sizes; big assort
ment of styles
Hundreds of Classy Suits, just received from
our New York buyer, go on sale Thursday
twn sniendid SDecial lots
Elnnt New Tailored Suits,
made to sell up to $65, all sizes
fnr wnmwi and misses.vin Droaa v
assortment of the season's newest' style
ideas. Come in velvets, velours, chiffon
broadcloths and other popular fabrics;
nearly all beautifully fur trimmed.
125 Fine Tailored Suits, made to sell at $35
and $40 ; come in velours, serges, poplins, fl
'aharHines and other ooDUiar materials y
iroad assortment of classy styles. Our
sale price, Thursday
ii at poj
Over 100 Classy New Dresses
Over 100 Classy New Dresses, in satins, taffetas, fine
serges and other popular materials; choice new de
signs; all colors and sizes. Matchless values, in
Thursday's sale, at.
A Classy Lot of Coats m
broad assortment of styles,1
full flare and belted mod
ule alsn t.Vi extreme laree
collar 'effects in manv DODuIar materials:
all colors and sizes. Very special values at 1 v x
Thursday's sale price. x
Wonderful Values in Blouses $C-00
in Thursday's Sale at choice ; U
An almost endless variety of charming new models in
Georgettes, plain and novelty crepes, in white, flesh, maize, navy
blue and black ; many beautifully embroidered ; all sizes.
Fall Wool Dress
In bundnce. We bought liberally one year ago
at prices fully 33 'A below today's market. You
can come to our daylight dress goods section on
Thursday and buy these goods at no advance m
prices. Note a few items:
60 PIECES 42-INCH ALL-WOOL EPINGLE
and French Taffeta; new fall colors; the ideal
material for your new fall dress, d 1 Art
Worth $1.60, at 1,ww
40 PIECES 64-INCH ALL WOOL SERGE, IN
medium weight. Colors, Navy, Brown, Burgundy,
Delft Blue,, Golden Brown, Green and Black
Worth today, S1.60. Thursday, d 1 A
76 PIECES 66-INCH ALL WOOL POPLIN
Suiting and French Serges, two weaves that are
1.. ttiAot Hamanrt. Evfrv gcarce shade, including:
Black. Worth today, $2. Thursday, CA
100 PIECES 36 AND 40-INCH ALL WOOL
Serges, Armures, Diagonals, French Crepes and
Batiste. Your choice of any of these Aft.
76c values, Thursday, at TOU
Made to Your Order '
Drtm Goods Drpt.
BUY THB MATERIAL (or a
skirt In our Dries Oood a De
partment, and ws will have it
made (or you to your mesaurs
by one o( ths best msn'g tail
ors in ths city. Several models
o( thees sxcellent skirts on
display (or tha mak- 0 AA
Ing, (it guaranteed, only ?
Skirts at $2.98
10 DIFFERENT NEW styles
in semi-mads skirts. Plain
weavee in Bluoe and Blscka.
Fsney plsids in ths new color
ings. A big assortment at .9J
and M.- '
New Gold and Silver
Special Sale Thursday
Absolutely the very latest ideas in
- Gold and Silver Lace Hats
which were made to sell at $10.
Our price, Thursday
No Two Alike
Which fact insures you selection
of an individual style.
SILKS AT A SAVING OF TO ON
PRESENT PRICES. Never were Silks and Vel
vets in greater demand than they are today.
200 PIECES OF SATIN-FACED MATERIALS.
Every scarce shade, in Satin Meteor, Satin Char
meuse, Satin Majestic, Satin Messaline. Colors,
New Plums, New Greens, New Blues, Burgundy,
African Brown and Blacks. A special sale of
these elegant silks, AA dj f C A
86 and 40 ins. wide, 4 1 evU and V 1
Worth $1.60 to 2.26.
76 PIECES OF 40-IN. NOVELTY BROCHE
CREPE DE CHINES AND POPLINS,
CREPE MADERIA AND RIPPLE CREPES.
Not all colors, but a very good assortment in
street and evening shades, high-class, elegant
Silks, that FORMERLY SOLD FOR S2.60
AND UP TO S 6.60. Your choice tf OO
Monday, at ,... eOO
S2.00 NOVELTY SILK, $1.28100 pieces of 36
inch Novelty Dress Silks, Satin Striped Chiffon
Taffetas, All-Silk Satin Plaids, Monotone Satin
Striped Taffetas, Fancy Checked and Striped
Print Warp Taffetas, beautiful high class silks
that were made to (1 OQ C 1 AO.
sell for $2 A $2.60, J 1 "O ,nd P 1 stO
Our stock of Velvet Suiting and Costume Vel
veteens is very complete. A full color line, show
ing all the scarce shades, too. Special values,
16 PIECES OF 41-INCH ALL SILK CHIFFON
Velvet, rich in quality; every thread is pure silk,
"both face and back." 10 of the season s newest
colors. Regular price $5.00; Thurs- gQ
20ypIECESOF 36-INCH COSTUME VELVET
EEN, beautiful, soft Chiffon finish, twill back
and fast pile, and colors in Navy, Plum, Green
African Brown and Black. $2.60 d "TP
value, at P U
When you bet that new hat on the outcome of elec
tion did you pick the winner? If you did come in and
let us show you the "people's choice" in the fall hat elec
tion. The Stetson is always on top all the best shapes
and colors. We are headquarters for the John B. Stetson
hats, $4.00 $5.00. The "Chamois" brand, the un
matchable $3.00 hat, in the classiest shapes of the season.
The Hayden $2.00 special is well worth yotir attention.
The $2.00 hat with the $3.00 quality.
Women's Plain and Fancy Hose,
in all the newest designs and col
ors for street and evening wear,
at prices that are sure to please
$1.00 uplo $5.00
Women's Pure Silk Hose, in black
and colors; clocked and embroider
ed; worth up to $1.60, 7Qg
on sale, at
Women's Fibre Silk
Hose, in black and all
good colors; regular
and extra sizes, special,
Best Gloves Attractively Priced
Women's Real French Kid Gloves, in Chas. Per
rin make; have beautiful hand embroidery backs;
r.r $1.50 lo $2.50
Women's Guaranteed Washable Kid Gloves, in
all wanted colors, with beautiful embroidered
backs and wrists, in America's best makfs
specially priced, at,
Women's Lamb Skin and Cape Gloves, in most
all colors; tnis is an exceptional value OA
$1.19 to $2.50
for Thursday, special, pair.
Dependable Underwear Underpriced
Ladies' mercerized, silk and wool and
silk and lisle, in flesh and white, on
sale at $2.50 and $3.50
Ladies' Italian Silk Vests and Bloom
ers, good quality, $3.50 vals., $1.98
Ladies' low neck, no sleeve, ankle
length union suits, band top, medium
heavy or fleeced cotton, at. . . . .982
Ladies' Union Suits, heavy ribbed or
fleece lined, 75c vals., all styles, 492
Ladies' All Wool Vests and Pants
worth $2.00, at $1.25
Children's Heavy Fleeced Union Suits,
Children's Vests and Pants, all sizes, 'at 25t
Uhliarens uowns, Sleep
ers and Night Shirts, worth
75c at ............ :49
Ladies' heavy quality Out
ing Gowns. Dainty pat
terns, at 98tf, $1.50,
- - w.... W..s.J
Laces Trimmings and Buttons
A very good line of silk nets, In all
shades, 42 ins. wide; regular price
$1.00, special, at, ' Qc
yard ' -'
Oriental and Chantilla Lace, 10 to
18 inches wide; used for jabots;
many pretty patterns, in cream and
white, special, per"yerd, 39 C
Chantilly. Oriental and Chiffon
Flouncings; 18 and 27 inches wide;
used for fancy blouses and entire
dresses; regular price QQ
$1.60, sale price, yard..,'. OUS
A very good line of fancy dress
trimmings, in bands and edges; reg
ular price $1.00, sale price, OQ.
Chiffon "All-over Embroideries, in
colors, special, per yard,
Fancy beaded Bands and Medal
lions, worth up to. $2.60, QQ
sale price, yard 70C
$15.00 ROBES, $5.00
Black Spangled Robes, also Chiffon
Robes, in colors, special, tf C AA
at, each.. sJO.UU
Pearl Buttons, card 5
Fancy Pearl Buttons, per dosen,
at............... 10 and 15
One lot of Fancy Dress Buttons,
3 and 6 on a caret, spl., card, 10s
Plush Buttons, dog., 25 to 75
A very good line of Fancy Dress
and Coat Buttons, per dozen
t y...,.25 to $1.50
Save on Fancy and Standard Notions
. M- u.:i r.j t.i..i.. Calls Filled at These Prices.
12-section Simplex Form, can be used to get any measurement of hips, bust, shoulders,
neck, waist and height The most used form and at lowest price ever &n AC
made in Omaha; $16.00 value. . . sJJUs.7sJ
Four (4)-section Simplex Adjustable Dress Forms; very convenient and suitablexfor
the home dressmaker; can be used for sizes 34 to 46; tfJO CQ
J7.50 value JO.Os7
Kleinert Featherweight Dress Shield, size 2, 20c value, 12c; size 3, 25c value, Af
sise 4, 30c value 21ci size 6, 35c value adtl.
lOe Prime Snap Fasteners, blacg ana wares, popu
lar sises. per oossn Sc
Cha)!nv Smfty Pint, all . poHihed pin, I
doien (or B
Be Bowstring cord Sewing Thread, black, white.
not alt numben, I for...- ;..,. 6c
Sanitary Napkini, three In box, comfortable and ab
sorbent, I bnxea for
Warren's Gros Grain Featherbone black and white,
16e yard, special c
15c Bias Tape, white and black, 1 J -yard bolts,
lisa t, 4. I, . per bolt Sc
is. it.! RmI Hair Nets. eatM and I ImM Belting, black and white;
lee Red Seal Hair INeta, eap nd 8
fringe, alt colors 10c 60c jle ,od ji.oq Salesman's Sam-
J. A P. Coat's Darning Cotton, black, white, tan and
gray, 45-yard spool, regularly 2 for 6c; special, 4
10c Hair Pin Cabinet "all sixes crimped pins Sc
lSe Sanitary Elastic Belt, well fitting 10c
L.Ue Children's Hose Supportersfwhlte and black, all
Imported Steel Crochet Hooks, all sites, 10c value,
each, at Sc
M. 4 K. Knitting Cotton, white only; regularly ftc,
per roll, at 3c
pies of Shears, Scissors, Button-Hole
and Manicure Scissors, all high-grade
steel, all perfect , . ,29c
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