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Council Bluffs
Social Notes
Miss Pixley and Her House Guests
Mr. and Mrs. Herman O. Rohlins,
(laughter, Elizabeth, and son, Her
man, arc at the (irand hotel for the
week to visit friends and relatives
in the city. Their home is now in
NJhicatfo. where they moved tour
years ago from t'ouneil Hlutfs.
Miss Mantie Man gum spent the
Christmas holidays with relatives at
1 -ogan.
Hoyd Tucker went In De Moines
Saturday night to spend I hristnias
liolidai with triends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Zimmerman of
Red Oak came Christinas day to
spend a tew days at the F. K. Con
verse home, Lincoln avenue.
Miss Wanda Haddox spent Omst
mas with relatives at Wehster City.
Mrs. O. W. Craham and daugh
ter. Mrs. Mil? if Itutler, have returned
ironi an extended stay in Chicago,
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Klliott hit
iiiK are holiday gueMs at th home
of Mrs. Klliott's mother, t Uobert
Creen. Mrs. Crceii rntcrtri'iicd at a
faintly dinner Christmas la.
Mr. and M i , ! nui J dim son of
Moluic, 111., are ChriMma- guests at
the home of Mr. I dtif-on's mother,
Mrs. Marv K D.uhy
Mrs. iJonald M. ionic entertained
at a family Cltritmas dinner, her son,
Hon. hrtnn h,mi.. t,-,.,u ,-,,11,.. i.,,-
iionnavs. i lie gmt were Mr. ami
Mis. Clifford WoltV. Mrs. Yhm
and Mts.s Mai v Ke .
Mr. and Mi.-. Jack Day entertained
at a family dinner Christmas dav.
out-of-town gm"-ts heing Mrs. J. (J.
Anderson and daughter, Mary, vi
Helma, Mntit.
M iss Belli Ti ) or. u ho is leaching
domestic seirme at the Sweet Bnar
school in Virginia, U here to pend
the holidays with lier parent, Mr.
and Mrs. I'. M. Vryor.
Mr. and Mrs. (iroigc If. Mayne
entertainrd at a family dinner UirM
mas at fhetr home on I iirtey avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Kelley and son.
I'anl. left Mondav for Arkansas 10
make 1 heir home near the ( )ark
niountams
Mi. and Mrs. I.. T. Kimball -penf
the holiday ith retalivo at ak
land. Mrs. Sam Austin and Mi-s Irene
Bell are spending two weeks with
relatives at ( reslon. la.
,1. Sehi en of M arslullf "v n is the
Iiuliday guest of his daughter. Mrs.
J . H Kohin.son.
Howard Croige, formerly with tlie
physical department of the Young
Men's (. hristiau assoeiai ion. was a
visitor in the city Tuesday, stopping
here enroute to Chicago. Mr. Georg
has been a student in the Hnnersitv
of Oregon and is now on his wav
to Chicago, where he will enter the
Young Men's Christian association
training school to fit himself for as
sociation work
Phil Walker left Tuesday for Sioux
City after spending Christmas at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. Walker.
J. B. Walker of Topeka. Kan.,
spent Sunday in Council Bluffs, en
route to Siofix- City, where he joined
Mrs. Walker and the children, to
spend Christmas with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Tellitier.
M. J. Powers left Monday evening
for Chicago.
Miss Emma Bock, who is attend
ing the Chicago university, is here
for the holidays.
Guy Shepard left Monday evening
for Chicago after spending Christ
mas with relatives here.
Mrs. J. C. Aid returned Monday
evening from Rrownsville, Tex.,
where she went to visit her son. Gail
Aid, who ts with the troops there,
and who has been seriously ill.
Miss Jennie Mae Smith arrived
Sunday morning from Obscuro. V
M., where she is a teacher in the
public schools, to spend the holiday
vacation with relatives and friends.
Mrs. W. J. McCune, formerly of
this cty, is spending a few weeks
with her son, Ford McCune. on Gra
ham avenue. Mrs. McCune's home is
now in Creston.
H. J. Chambers, well-known attor
ney and former clerk of the district
court, is able to be out. after being
confined to his home by ill-health
for some time.
Miss Anna Sperling left Wednes
day for Los Angeles, CaL, where she
will spend the winter.
Dr. Mac Hanchett left Tuesday
rrening for Chicago after spending
Christmas with his parents, Dr. and
Mrs. A. P. Hanchett.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Hodge left
Wednesday for their home in Seat
tle, Wash, after an extended visit at
the home of Mrs. Hodge's mother,
Mrs. John Beno.
Rom to Mr. and Mrs. Homer C.
Shaffer at Mercy hospital Christmas
morning, a baby girl. Mrs. Shaffer
was formerly Miss Hesse White.
Announcements have been received
in Omaha and Council Bluffs from
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Mawson of
Crestnn, la., announcing the birth nf
a baby girl. Mrs. Mawson was for
merly Miss Bess Scrimiger. Both
mother and babe arc doing nicelv.
Dr. and Mrs, A. V. Hennessey have
as their house guests Mr. and Mrs.
Ozro Hill of Frecport, III., and the
Misses Cornelius of Marion, la.
Mrs. Max Bussclle of West Plains,
Mo., is home for a holiday visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hen
dricks. Mr. Bussclle was recently
called to California by news of the
death of his father and expects to be
here to spend New Year's on his way
home,
Mr. and Mr. W. J. Ready gave a
dinner at the Grand Wednesday even
ing in honor of the office staff nf Mr.
Ready, who is local representative of
the Metropolitan Life Insurance com
pany. Covers were laid for eight,
decorations being in Christmas col
ors. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Killins nf 275
Morningside avenue entertained
Christmajs day at a family dinner,
guests being brothers and sisters of
Mrs. Killins. with their families.
Their son, Wendell, who is attending
the university at Iowa City, is home
for the holidays and was a guest at
.the dinner. Other guests were Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Boileau and two
daughters of Red Oak. Mr. and Mrs.
G. C. Allensworth and daughter of
Red Oak, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Aliens
worth and daughter of Carson.
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Smith enter
tained at a delightful family dinner
Christmas day a: their home "on Mad
isnn avenue The guests were Mrs.
Tngletta Ware and Judge and Mrs.
Walter I. Smith and family.
Mr, and Mrs, Robert Daniels will
have as their house guests this week
hCtc iy - wn-iii ' " f
Ellen Ctthn
M i - Im auccs Pratt of Chicago and
Calvin cbster ,.f Lincoln. Neb.
otne I I ! i a in tune for I he
annual dance ot tin- Lairepmi club
and iiinain for the week-end.
Mis. I . F Spare entertained the
Mienibf-s of 'he I,, T, club at lunch
run Wednesday a iter noon. After
Iiuu'Ikoh die club members had their
anr ual ev.-liani."- oi gift- and spent
the tin with ketisington work. Five
guests were present. The club will
be entertained January lit at the
home of Mr-. Tucker in Omaha.
One of the ninM delightful affairs
of tiie holiday season was the dance
given Wednesday evening at the J.
F. ileox home on KaM Pierce street,
with Glenn Wilcox and Mr. Bernard
Beno as ho:t. The entire house was
beautifulh adorned w ith Christinas
green-, and dancing w as enjoyed in
the hall room on the third floor. At
H o'clock supper was served, tables
being arranged in the dining room
and large living room. Fach table
had as a centerpiece a loveh basket
wo...d and red carnations. At
eacli place was a minature Christmas
tree bearing the place card, and mak
ing a most att'actie favor. About
forty guests were present.
A most pleasant holiday party for
members and their families was given J
Wednesday evening at the Fiks' club.
Music was furnished for dancing and
the club house w as attractively dec
orated w ith Christmas greens.
The first of the holiday-parties for j
the younger set was the annual dance '
of the Tyrolean club Christmas night 1
in the ball room of the Grand. Christ- i
mas greens were effectively used in '
decorating the ball room. The oc-1
easion was an en joyable one and danc- j
ing continued until a laic hour. The ;
programs were in the club colors, i
green and gold, and w ere decorated I
with the club emblem. The music j
was excellent and punch was served
throughout the evening. The party!
was chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Oil- j
Ion Ross, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Benton,'
Mr. and Mrs. John I inlcy and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Fmpkie.
Invitations are out for the annual
cadet hop to be given Wednesday
night, January 3. and which promises
to be a most brilliant affair.
The home ,..f Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Young. 1125 Seventh avenue, was the
scene of a pretty but quiet wedding,
when on Wednesday afternoon at 3
o'clock their daughter. Miss Hazel
Young, became the bride of Mr. Fd
ward Kvans of Red Oak. The cere
mony was performed by Rev. Mont
gomery of Red Oak. The bride was
attended by Miss Kneppher of Omaha
and Mr. Maloney of Red Oak was best
man. The bride was most charming
in a dainty, gown of blue chiffon over
white satin and carried a shower bou
quet of pink roses. The bridesmaid
wore a gown of pearl gray crepe de
chine. The house was attractively
decorated with Christmas greens and
holly. Following the ceremony a
wedding dinner was served. Mr. and
Mrs. Kvans left later in the afternoon
for a wedding trip, declining to make :
known their destination, They will
be at home after January 1 at Red j
Oak. Out-of-town guests at the wed
ding were Mrs. William Kvans and
Mr. and Mrs. Maloney of Red Oak.
A most pretty wedding took place j
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at!
Salem Kvangclnal church, when '
Rev. H. O. Lorenz united in marrige I
his daughter, Caroline, and Dr. C. S.
Greenfield of Castana. All the mem-!
bers of the congregation were invited
to the wedding and the church was
tilled. The wedding inarch was played
by Miss Alma Winter of Dumfries,!
cousin of the bride. The church was
most beautifully decorated with a
profusion of Christmas greens. Miss
Mane l.orenz. sister of the bride, was
bridesmaid and Mr. M ilton I.orenz
was best man. The bridesmaid wore
a daiut gown nf pink and carried
pink roses. The bride was charming
in a lovely gown of white voile with .
trimmings of lace and a long tulle;
veil. She carried a shower bouquet j
of bride's roses. Following the cere- i
mony an informal reception was held !
at the parsonage. Refreshments were
served during the reception and later I
in the evening a wedding supper was
served to the relatives. Dr. and Mrs.1
Greenfield left Thursday for Castana.,
where Dr. Greenfield is engaged in i
the practice of dentistry The bride, I
dc: during the Chtistnus season ate
j Mis Biat'dcis' mother, Mrs. Anthony
Kegel !. and her MMet , Miss Lillian
Kogei s, and Mrs. Many Bosw orth
I and Mr. Boswoi t h, all of Chicago; M r.
i and Mrs. M. J. Carney of New York
I i itv and Mr. and Mi. Will Harpei
laud 1 . 1 Nolan of hicago.
i M r. and Mrs. Austin Dodds and
children have gone to Altalonia, Tex.,
tor the remainder of the winter.
Mr. and Mis. W. C. Goodnow and
ui, mi' bu r. M iss F el ii Goodnow , of
j M miicapolis were the guests during
I the last week of Mr. and Mrs. S. K.
! Kush
Mis. Helen Morton. Mr Cvrd
Morion and daughter, r.cit. of Guild
Island, spent Christmas- with Mi ami
Mis I . ,rey.
Dr and Mis. Walter l rooks spent
Christinas with Mrs. Crooks' parents
in l ,iri oil, I a.
A dinner and concert jMitv at the
ate Glee club concert was given last
evening for Miss Dorothy Belt bv her
parents. Mr, and Vis. W. B. T. Belt.
l:ss Kuth Hamilton is home from
Dana Hall. Wclteslev. for the holi
days ew Year reception to the new
members of lite Dundee Fresbvterian
i chinch was held at the church Tues
day .iiternonn tor the Sunday school
department and m the evening for the
ad nil s
Arthur Klopp and Jack Yeiscr are
at home troni the N etu a ska turn er
sit v lor (lie hohdavs.
Mrs. W. O Terry entertained the
Dundee circle ot the Child Conserva
tion league at her home in Fair Acres
Friday
Mi. and Mr. I rv mg Baxter are
spending two weeks at Greenbrier.
While tilplmr Springs. West Mir
gmia. The engagement ot M iss 1 .ouis-e
Brown of 1 .aucastei . Wis., and Judge
Charle. Foster was announced Tue
day at a luncheon gi en by M i s.
Charles C. Behleu at her home, fol
lowed hv a bridge paitv at the home
Brown's sister. Mis. Cam
I " Hon PftM
who has been a teacher of the Thirty
second street school, will return to
finish out the three weeks of her
term.
Dundee
Society Notes
Miss Marparet House is at home
from Washington universitv. St.
Louis, for the Christmas holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Howman have
moved from their old home on Geor
gia avenue to their new home at ll.i
South Kifty-first street.
Mr. Warren Hamilton arrives today
from Chicago to spend the holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. IC. ),
Hamilton.
Mr. and Mrs. T. .1. Nolan have re
turned from a trip to New York.
The Missionary society of the Dun
dee I'reshyterian church met Friday
with Mrs. A. C. Crossman.
Word has heen received hy rela
tives in Dundee of the birth. Decem
ber 21, of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs.
Harley Deems of Shenandoah, la.
The Winter Dancing club met Tues
day evening at the Dundee hall.
Misses Ellen Catliu of St. Tanl,
Minn., and Miss Klizabeth Mitchell
of Fort Leavenworth, Kan., will be
guests during part of the Christmas
holidays of Miss Virginia Pixley.
Morton Rhoades is at home from
Dartmouth college for the holidays.
Miss K.thcl Barker is spending the
holidays in Chicago.
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Hran
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f;fl V
rx13 Year's
Dance
at the
Henshaw Hotel
Monday Afternoon
Jan. 1st, 1917
This promises to he one of
the most delightful occasions
of the year, as many of
Omaha's social favorites
have already reserved tables
for tea parties.
HENRY COX, Musician Educator
Director Omaha Symphony Study Orchestra and
Omaha School of Orchestral Instruments
SPECIALIST ON THE VIOLIN, VIOLA AND CELLO, IN
"The Tone of Purest Beauty, Dynamic Contrast and Power"
"The Richest Nuance of the Left Hand and the Bow"
"The Highest Interpretative Conception of the Musician Artist"
"Co-ordinated German, Krpnch-Relgian and Bohemian Schools."
Three Great Secrets of Musical Pedagogy Derelop Beauty of Expres
sion Challenging Comparison. A Gift Unsurpassed.
"MUSIC CULTURE FOR HAPPINESS AND SOCIAL SERVICE"
M rv Je-.su' 1 )odder en lei tamed at
her home Wednesday .ttternoon m
honor ot Mi.s. Helen M 01 ion of
(.it ,tml 1 l.i!itl
AhiKi and 1 1 11 Utah iese are home
from Ames, la., tor the hohdavs.
Mr ami Mrs. 0. C. Podds "gave j
a family dinner Christinas at their
home in Kalston.
Kev. and Mrs. 11. H. Foster and
children spent Christmas dav with
Mr. and Mrs. A. I! CuHtm ot
I maha.
The Mihscrintion rlanee tiT the
hih M'honl set was niven M inula v ,
nisht at llarte hall !
Miss Mildred White rntettam-d at
hrr home edm-Ml.n afternoon the
tolIowuiK young women; Misses )ora
Wiese, Louise Wiese. I.ulu Miller.)
Mamie Miller, 1 ila Hoke. Mildred
Kradeii, Olive Walton, Klotse Vin-ene.
jeannie Dow. Pauline Johnson, Klea
nor Line, Marion Jones. Marv New
ton, Mary Kliaheih Hamilton, t" ve
Ivn Haneroft. Helen Nieman and Her-j
herta Harker.
Mrs. Marv V.. Van dieson had her 1
usual Christmas tree Monday tor
those ot her children and niaudehil
dren who arc in the citv. 1
Miss Mary Johnston entertained the;
following young women at dinner at
her home Friday evening : M isses
Fdythe Stanton, Fthelu y 11 tie 11 odge,
el 1st a I 'resson, (. lansM- lrow tie.
Helen Curtis. Ilea true Walt on. Sit -anna
Johst of Lincoln, Huldah Wiese,
Margaret Warner ot Dakota Citv.
Mr. and Mrs. Y. II. I'avlor have!
moved from 51 H Wehster lo the Co- !
lonial apartments
M rs. Jennie Hi ow n has ret 111 11 ed
from an extended trip .
Miss Florence l eautt is spending v
the holidays in l.a C roi-.se, W'yo
Mtvs Meryl Faulkner ol" 1 14 South
l-'oi ty-eightli street lias heen spend 1
ing the holidays with her brother,)
Mr. Paul F. Faulkner, and friends at.
I opeka, Kan. She is expected home i
the coming w eok.
Benson
Social Circles
Mr. and Mrs, C, P. MePherson will
spend New Year's day with relatives
in Plattsmouth.
Miss Cret.i Starred of Des Moines,
la. is a guest ol her brother, 1. O.
Starrett.
Misses Catoline and Mary Farns of
Carrolton, Mo., are spending the holi
days at the C. H. Farns home.
Miss Lena lorgenson ot Jordan,
S l.. and Mr. and Mrs. H. . Smith
of Des Moines, la. aie the guests at
the P. Christiansen home.
Mr. and Mrs. William Yarton left
Monday for Leigh. Neh , where they
will he tor some time.
Frank Christiansen has returned
home to Montrose, S. D., having heen
railed here hv ihe death of Mr.v
Charles Post
The women and Mrotherhood of
the Methodist church will spend a so
cial evening next Sunday at the L. 1).
Dtckonsen home
Miss Jessie Moult hi op left last
Wednesday for her future home m
Uinghamton, N. Y., alter a three
years' stay in Benson.
Mrs. J. Phillips wilt he hostess for
the Methodist Ladies' Aid society
next Wednesday
D. C Station!, who has heen a
resident of Itensou several years, was
matned last Tuesday in Syracuse. N.
Y.. lo Miss Neva Johnson. Mr. Staf
ford is Ml years of age and has .sev
eral grown children.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Francis enter
tained at Christmas dinner for a num
ber of Council MhitTs people. Covers
were laid for Mrs. Marv lloagland.
Hi. S. C. HoiiRhton. Millard Hoag
land and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Deens.
Marshon Welch entertained Wed
nesday evening for a number of his
schoolmates in honor of his house
guests. Misses Wilma and Louise
liaehr and Joe Norris.
Miss Madeline Horton and Mrs.
Frank Pence spent a few days last
week visiting at Raymond, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Marshall will
entertain at a large family dinner at
their home New Year's day.
A family reunion was held at the
home of Mrs. K. J. McArdle, west
of Henson, on Christmas day, when
covers were laid for forty-five guests.
The funeral services of Charles W.
Childs was held Wednesday after
noon at the home. Many of the old
residents were present. Kev. Mr.
Crews and Kev. Mr. Calvert had
charge of the services.
Among those giving large Christ
mas dinners were Mesdames K. Sfolt
euberg, K. J. McArdle. A. L. Ander
son, A. S. Kitlh and J. W. Hitch.
Miss Cladys Hindes of Kansas
City and Miss Adah Wilson of Pov
hatton. Kan., spent Christina day
at the A. L. Holland home.
Mr. and Mrs. Cordon Kolh enter
tained for eighteen guesls on ( hrist
inas dav.
Mr. and Mrs. (i. M. Palmer entci -tamed
at dinner for 11. K. Page of
(.hicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Kav Robinson left
Saturday to spend New Year's day
in Crete, Neh,
Cuy Gamble came up from Peru,
Neb., to spend Christmas vacation at
the D. S. Williams home.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McGuire had
a family reunion Christmas dav, when
dinner was served for twenty eight
guests.
Mrs. J. J. Hollingsworth of Wichi
ta, Kan., and Harley Nelson of Kan
sas, brother and sister of Rev. Mr.
Nelson, were his guests on Christina..
(iivc your Want Ad a chance to
make good. Run it in The iec.
SOMIflN'BBdJS.Il
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GREATEST OF ALL OMAHA'S APPAREL SALES
We're breaking into 1917 with an apparel event that
gets a wider margin to valnc-pnving in this city. We're
determined to effect a positive, definite clearance in
record time, and we've set prices on every Raiment in
stock to accomplish this object
Tnesday morning at 8 :30 starts yonr greatest buying
opportunity. Plan today to be here when the doors
open. The savings warrant yonr coming many miles to
share in these extraordinary offerings.
Compelling Values inQuality
SUITS
$25.00 Orkin Bros.' Suits,
January Clearance
$29.50 Orkin Bros.' Suits,
January Clearance
$35.00 Orkin Bros.' Suits,
January Clearance
$39.50 Orkin Bros.' Suite,
January Clearance
$45.00 Orkin Bros.' Suits,
January Clearance
$49.50 Orkin Bros.' Suits,
January Clearance
$55.00 Orkin Bros.' Suite, c(
January Clearance 5U
$59.50 Orkin Bros.' Suits, CTO 7Z
January Clearance JfJb" D
$65 Orkui Bros. Stats, tfJT CA
January Clearance J)JA.5U
$75 Orkin Bros.' Suite, tf -yrj
January Clearance uU
$12.50
$14.75
$17.50
$19.75
$22.50
$24.75
FURS
Choice of
any
Scarf
Muff
or Set
at exactly
f?P2ir Evorv ferment
AV'cm involved in this
great clean-up is a regular stock
garment No special "sale-made"
merchandise finds a place in our
select, exclusive-styled apparel
stock.
Half Price Sale
DRESSES
Half Price for Orkin Bros.
COATS
$25.00 Orkin Bros.' Coate, I y e(
January Clearance s"
$29.50 Orkin Bros.' Coats, fit A 7C
January Clearance It'.D
$35.00 Orkin Bros.' Coate,
January Clearance
$39.50 Orkin Bros." Coats,
January Clearance
$45.00 Orkin Bros.' Coate,
January Clearance
$49.50 Orkin Bros.' Coate, COi 7C
January Clearance Pa4- 9
$55.00 Orkin Bros.' Coate, O"? CA
January Clearance 4) OU
?ba.UO Urkm Bros. Coats, C'l'l cn
January Clearance ,J)OX.U
$75 Orkin Bros. Coats, (T -j rn
January Clearance 4J J .OU
$85 Orkin Bros.' Suits, tf i CA
January Clearance tXiOU
$17.50
$19.75
$22.50
MmM. purisnti of these
exceptional stock clearing values.
The more thorough the compar
ison the more deeply you'll ap
preciate the value, rare -good style
and dependability of Orkin Bros.'
apparel.
$19.50 Orkin Bros. Dresses,
January Clearance
$25.00 Orkin Bros.' Dresses,
January Clearance
$29.50 Orkin Bros.' Dresses,
January Clearance
$35.00 Orkin Bros.' Dresses,
January Clearance
$39.50 Orkin Bros.' Dresses,
January Clearance
$45.00 Orkin Bros.' Dresses,
January Clearance
$49.50 Orkin Bros.' Dresses,
January Clearance
$55.00 Orkin Bros.' Dresses,
January Clearance
$59.50 Orkin Bros.' Dresses,
January Clearance
$65.00 Orkin Bros.' Dresses,
January Clearance
$ 9.75
$12.50
$14.75
$17.50
$19.75
$22.50
$24.75
$27.50
$29.75
$32.50
SUITS
COATS
DRESSES
SKIRTS
FURS
PRICE
Half Price Sale
SKIRTS
$ C.50 Orkin Bros.
January Clearance
$ 7.50 Orkin Bros.
January 'learancc
$ 8.75 'Orkin Bros.
Januarv Clearance
$ 9.50 Orkin Bros.
January (Jlearar.ee
$10.75 Orkin Bros.
January Clearance
$12.50 Orkin Bros.
January Clearance
$13.75 Orkin Bros.
January Clearance
$15.00 Orkin Bros.
January Clearance
$16.50 Orkin Bros.
January Clearance
$17.50 Orkin Bros.
January Clearance
' Skirts,
' Skirts,
'Skirts,'
' Skirts,
'Skirts,'
' Skirts,
' Skirts,
Skirts,
' Skirts,
Skirts,
$3.25
$3.75
$4.35
$4.75
$5.35
$6.25
$6.85
$7.50
$8.25
$8.75
16th and
Farnam
WE BROTHERS
U. S. Nat.
Bk. Bldg.
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