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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19. 1917,
WILL HAVE CHAPLAIN
State Association Selects Bev.
W. 0. Rnndin for Newly -,
BOOM FOB MUTUAL AID
Aubnrn, Neb., Jan. 18. (Special
Telegram.) The firemen's associa
tion is to have another offiver that
of Chaplain Rev. Walter C. Rundin
of Crawford, known to volunteer
hremen over the state is freacher
Rundin, will be chapam for the com
ing year, his arrival this morning was
the signal for a noisy demonstration
by the delegates, lhe morning ses
sion was occupied with reports of
committees and the transaction of
routine business. There are now
623 members m good standing in
the state association as well as 130
departments. The treasury is in ex
cellent condition with . $1,932.55 on
hand. Treasurer Wibbert of Kear
ney was complimented for getting in
terest during the last year on the
tunds, amounting to $40.
Rev. Allen Randall and Mayor W.
P. Freeman of Auburn and President
G. W. Hayes of Peru Normal, were
made honorary, members of the as
sociation. The Alliance Herald was
made the official organ for' 1918, and
Lloyd Thomas, (reappointed state
A large number of the delegates
joined the Mutual Aid department
and a campaign was started tor new
members under the accepted report of
a special committee. J. he secretaries
of the departments over the state will
collect mutual aid dues for which
they are to receive 10 per cent com
The following telegram was sent to
Uovernor Keith Neville, by the con
"We, the members of the Nebraska
State Volunteer Firemen's associa
tion, regret deeply your inability to
be with us today, we feel, honored
by having as a member of the North
Platte department, the governor of
our state, and wish you a successful
and prosperous administration, we
now extend to you an invitation to
en witn us next year.
Many Cases of Typhoid
Fever at Ravenna
: Ravenna. Neb.. Tan. 18. rSnedall
Typhoid fever, a dozen or more
cases, has developed in Ravenna.
Carlyle Halverstadt, a high school
student, died Tuesday of the malady.
Several have been taken to hospitals
at Grand Island and Lincoln. The
source of infection was found in the
water supply, it appearing that the
Burlington railroad had left a con
necting pipe open and forced a large
quantity of river water into the city
water mains, ine Burlington round
house used river water for some en
gine purposes, and city water for
other, and it is believed the unfortu
nate leaving open of the connecting
pipe has caused the trouble. The
city water has been chemically treated
and' the railroad has discontinued
pumping water from the river. Physi
cians and the city and railroad au
thorities are doing everything pos
sible to prevent lurtner spread ot the
United Brethren Choose
Delegates to Conference
Aurora, Neb., Jan. 18. (Special)
ine tellers appointed at the last state
conference of the United Brethren
church in Nebraska today completed
their canvas of the votes on dele
gates to the, general conference,
which is to be held in Wichita, Kan.,
next May and they announced that
the winners are W. O. Jones of
York, S. M. Snider of York, M. O.
McLaughlin of York, Fred Jeffers of
Aurora, Mrs. Carrie A. M. Burt of
Aurora and S. A. Caldwell of Swan
ton. These delegates were elected by
the votes of all of the churches in
the state. The general conference is
the national meeting of the church
and will be attened by many mission
aries from the foreign field.
Madison, Neb., Jan. 18. (Special.)
Benjamin Malone and Bertha Lint
ner were married at 9 o'clock yes
terday morning at St. Leonard's
church, Rev. Father Muenic officiat
ing at nuptial high mass. The groom
is a prosperous young farmer resid
ing a few miles north of town and
son of the late John Malone, and the
bride is the daughter of Joseph Lim
ner of this city. After a short honey
moon trip, Mr. and Mrs. Malone will
be at home at their farm home north
York, Neb., Jan. 18. (Special.)
Everett Cunningham of Lodge Pole
and Miss Leona Sidwell were married
yesterday morning at 11 o'clock at
the home of the bride's mother. Rev.
L. F. John, pastor of the United
Brethren church, officiated. The
couple will make their home at Lodge
York, Neb., Jan. 18. (Special.)
,Will F. Jeske of York and Miss
Clara M. Hart of Atkinson were
married Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jeske
will reside on a farm near this city.
Two Weddings at Lindsay'
Lindsay, Neb., Jan. 18. (Special.)
William North- and Miss Schaeffer
were .married at St. Bernard's Catho
lict church yestehday morning. Jos
eph Borer and Miss Antoinette Bier
man were married at the same church
Tuesday morning. Both young
couples will make their homes in this
A Hint to the Aged.
If people past sixty years of age
could be persuaded to go to bed as
soon as they take cold and remain in
bed for one or two days, they would
recover much more quickly, especially
if they take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. There would be less danger
of the cold being followed by any of
the more serious diseases. Adv.
For Year of 1917
Lincoln, Jan. 18. (Special.) The
executive board of the Nebraska
Farmers' congress, which is a federa
tion consisting of all farmers organ
izations in the state, at its annual
meeting here elected the following
standing committees for 1917:
Wninc and kdcmbertitiip S&mnel O.
Porter. Hairier, chairman: I C. Lawaon,
Oratril Island: O. R. Thompson. Wiener: L.
8. Herron, Lincoln; George P. Hoy, Weet
Fotnt; J. O. Shroycr, Humboldt; R. Hogue,
Crete; T. W. Oavett, Phi 111 pa; A. B. Afee,
Omaha; A. L. 8 toner, Inavale.
Lerlalation Charlea Graff, Bancroft.
chairman; J. F. McArdle, Omaha; Charles
Wocster, Silver Creek; Joe Roberta, Fre
mont; J. O. Schmidt, Wahoo; Oeorge C.
Junltln. Bmithtteld; J. A. OUU, Ord; Carl
K. Slatt, Rdrar.
Rumi Senoole W. H. Campbell, Central
city, chairman; Dr. A. O. Thomas, Lincoln;
J. J. Klein. Kearney; W. O. Whit mo r,
Valley; K. P. Brown, Davey; Prof. U W.
Chase, Lincoln ; K. B. Chapman, Union ;
William H. iArned. Hairier; . William
arannke. West Point; George Coupland,
Co-Operative Enterprises Prank Loomta,
cnairman, Kdltolm; A. H. Templln, Palmer;
Herman Bnettow, Norfolk; Dr. George K.
Condra, Lincoln; William Dech, Ithaca; C.
H. Oustafson. Mead: O. W. Hervey. Omaha:
J. D. Ream, Broken Bow; Val Keyset, Ne-
oraska City; Prof. C. H. Ftiley, Lincoln
J. J; McAllister, Dakota City
Insurance W. B. Straub. Lincoln, chair
man; Z. T. Leftwlch, St Paul; George
j season. Nelson; J. 8. WermhofT, Hum
phrey; Oscar ,Blooni, Aztell; Frank Tanne
uiu, uiiui, xxvnrj ainney, Bowies.
Notes From Beatrice
And Gage County
Beatrice. Neb.. Jan. 18. fSoeciaU
The city of Wymore is to have a
library, announcement being made
yesterday that Andrew Carnegie had
made a gift of $10,000 to that city
for such a building. It will be erected
on Rawlings' park, across the street
south ot the old louzalin hotel.
Charles Meehan, for the last thirty
years engaged in the mercantile busi
ness at Cortland, died at his home
at that place last night of kidney
trouble. The deceased was 68 years
of age and leaves a widow and four
Roy William Wilson and Miss
Nancy Moses were married last eve
ning at the home of the bride's par
ents, Mr. ana Mrs. u M. Moses, hve
mjles west of Blue Sprinffs. Rev.
Armstrong of Atchison, Kan., of
Marguerite Lewis of Wvmorc ves
terday instituted suit for divorce
against Frank Lyman Lewis. In her
petition she charges nonsunnort and
asks for the custody of their only
Elmer Kechlev and Mtse Snnhrm
Damrow were married last evening
at ine nome ot I-red Damrow, south
ot tne Uty. Kev. Mr. Pover n nf.
ficiatcd. The young couple will make
tneir nome on a tarm south of Beatrice.
Banker's Widow Asks for
Distribution of Estate
Nebraska Citv N.h T la
(Soeciak) Mrs. Kathortn T7nvr
widow of the late Logan Enyart and
wnose rignts to participation in the
estate of the late h antrr trrm r
cently definitely established by the su
preme court, nas med a motion in
the county court, asking, or a partial
distribution nf tun H c nimr ... .
hands of H. IX Wilson, administra
tor. She allecres thai- the iihtiinion.
tor holds $70,000, drawing only 4 per
cent interest; tnat the annual prem
ium an nis nntin is .vmii tnri .!,-, it
- . -v " bi'u ma. ii
a Dartial nistrihittinn ie tnsA
premium can be materially reduced,
tnereiore en ec ting a saving to the
Sheridan Boosters Prove
Too Much for "Con" Man
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
T.inrnln Mh Ta 1Q c:-l
, - ' B... .V. .JfJCllftl.
Booster Colclesser of Sheridan
county, one ot tne prize potato grow
ers of the northwest, was saved from
the clutches of a Lincoln confidence
man today by the activity of his com
rades. Colclesser had just subscribed to a
paper and paid a year in advance and
then lnanerl the itwnt tin
" F. - yiv " I It 11
clesser's friends arrived. Rancher
Duerfeldt, formerly of Gordon, hove
in sight and the shark was forced to
rltco-nrfT inet ac hie fine tinj
ably closed on the ten spot. The po-
iiVC WCIC IIUl CaHlCU in.
County High School Plan
Meets Favor in Thayer
Hebron, Neb., Jan. 18. fSoeciaU
A vote on the proposed consolida
tion ot inayer county school dis
tricts 62, 63, 94 and 46 will be taken
in these districts on the evening of
February 2. Under the consolidation
plan students of high school age -in
the various districts would be given
free high school privileges at Bruning
and the school tax in the districts
would be uniform.
A former plan to consolidate the
grades as well was opposed vigorous
ly because of the transportation nec
essary for small children.
Mrs. Lind Files Suit
For Divorce at Madison
Madison, Neb.. Jan. 18. ( SoeciaU
A petition was filed yesterday by
it t : i t i i
iiiiui x-uiu asiuiig lur uivorcc irom
Harry N. Lind.
Marriage license was granted to
Fred E. Sohl, son of Henry Sohl, and
Clara Steinbeck, daughter of William
Steinbeck, all of Madison.
DROPSY TREATED FREE
By Dr. Mil, the Great Rpsefallst, Who
Every wage earner in Omsha should read
the story headed "THIS 13 IT"
in today's issue. It s The People's oppor
tunity; given them by
tkm Hungcrford Potato Grower' Ass's-
15t ana! Howard Streets.
Many Report Cored After Others Failed.
At first no disease Is anoarentlv mm
harmless than dropsy: a little swelling t,t
the eyelids, hands, feet, ankles or abdomen.
Finally there Is great shortness of breath,
cough, faint spells, sometimes nausea and
vomiting, even bursting of the limbs and a
lingering and wretched death If the dropsy
Is not removed.
Dr. Miles has been known as a leadlna-
initial ibl in inns Himifl I or 4V years.
His liberal offer of a 11.76 Treatment free
to all sufferers is certainly worthy of seri
ous consideration. Tou may never have
urh an opportunity again.
The Grand Dropsy Treatment consists of
four dropsy remedies In one, also Tonie
Tablets and Pura-Laxa for removing the
water. This treatment Is specially prescribed
tor eacn pauem ana is tnree times as suc
cessful as that of most physicians. It
usually relieves the first day and removes
swelling in six weeks In most cases, Delay
Mend for Remarkable Crc ta Your State.
All afflicted rearer may have Book,
Rumination Chart, Opinion, Advice and a
Two-Pound Trial Treatment free'. Write at
once. Descrlhe ypur case. Address br
Franklin Ml Its. Dept. DA., 1H to 715 Frank
lin St., Elkhart, Ind.
Senate File No. 7, Beal, Custer Joint
resolution urging government ownership of
railroads upon the congress of the United
Senate File No. St, Douthett, Dawson
Adds penalty to transmission line law violations.
Senate File No. -0, Hattes. otoe sum
lar to Hoffmelster bill In house, reorganli
ing State Health department according ti
Dr. Fox's recommendations.
Senate File No. t, Douthett. Pawson-
Judlclal reapportionment bill affecting west
em Nebranka counties.
SenaU Ftle No. 62. Sandal). York Pro
vtdee for teaching of temperance in
Senate File No. 63. Robertson, Holt-
State aid for weak school districts.
S4nate File No. 64. Sooat, Cedar Con
stitutlonal amendment allowing majority of
Voters expressing themselves upon proposl
tton of chancing from county commission
erstnp to township organisation to deter
mine the result.
Senate- Ftle No. 65. Bennett Dougli
Similar to Craddook bill in house, allow
ing Insurance by fraternal societies of chll
drn between aees of 1 and it.
Senate Ftle No. 66, Bennett, Douglas In
cities of second class raises pay of city
glneer, city attorney, chief ot police, police
House Roll No. 181. Croaln. Holt Makes
the usual slate aid bridge levy.
House Roll No. 182, Jelen, Dougli
Amendments to workmen's compensation
House Roll No. 1SS, Conley, Jefferson-
Prohibits train auditors from requiring
ticket collections from conductors between
House Roll No. 184. Fuller. Seward Pro
hibits use of paved public nignwaya oy
tractor engines or heavy ve nicies.
House Roll No. 1Kb, Nielsen, UOUgll
Places regulation and control of trustees
f express trusts or endowments under jur
isdiction of State Banking board.
House Roll No. 186. Mills, Incaster
Similar to Sandall temperance day bill In
House Roll No. 187. ward, Fllmorer Pro
vides that It shall be sufficient cause to the
challenge of a Juror tf he has any unfinished
business relations with the parties or attor
neys In a suit,
House Roll No. 1H8, Ward, j-'limore Am
DllAeH Housn Roll No. 187.
House ho i no. 1 ss, steams, Bcoitsoiun
Fixes legal methods for measuring nay in
House Roll No. 1M, LaBoonty, Frontier-
Provides for district election ot county com
House Roll No. 191, Fleetwood and Radke
Provides for physical examination of
House Roll No. 192, Hopkins, Douglas
Authorises . and rem la tea exchange
reciprocal of inter-Insurance contracts and
empowers corporations generally to make
House Roll No. 193. Fries et a!. Provides
for elimination of electors' names from bal
lot and their appointment by governor.
Rumor All Guards Will Be
Released From Border Duty
Columbus, N. M., Jan. 18. It was
unofficially reported here today the
National Guard will be released from
border service within five days. Offi
cials were noncommttal on the rumor.
Major General Frederick runston
todav comDleted his insoeetion of
troops here and left for El Paso. Af
ter a hurried insDection there it was
announced the department command
er will return to his headquarters at
Hotel Chance Hinds. -
VAar Hrh. Ian. 18. ( SDecial.1
jaen ct-oiriKc arc uic new viui'uv
. f :i I ti,
tors OI ine commercial nuici. msj
have taken the lease of the building
t thp furniture, fixtures and
Bond will of Mrs. I. L. Vautrara and
HOW I KILLED MY
Hindoo Secret Banished It So It
Never Returned After Electricity
and Many Depilatories Had Failed.
Let Me Help You Absolutely Free
T7r.ni nMi-lv middle are I was sorely
troubled by hideous Superfluous Hairs. My
face was a sight, with a heavy moustache
nn nv iin nrl m. loush beard on mr 7hlo.
My arms were also heavily covered, I tried
one thing after another without success.
The electric needle only made the growth
worse. Finally, my husband, an Officer in
the British Army, secured from a Native
Hindoo Soldier (whose life he saved) the
closely-guarded secret of the Hindoo Re
ligion, which" forbids Hindoo Women to
have even the slightest trace of hair on
any part of their body except that on their
h.rf I used It and in a few days my hair-
growths had entirely disappeared. Today
not a trace ox it can oe
I will send Free and
without obligation to
any one, full informa
tion and complete in
structions so that you
can follow my example
and completely destroy
all trace without having
to resort to the danger
ous electric needle. Ho
stop wasting your
money on worthless de
pilatory preparations and write me today,
giving your name and address, stating
whether Mrs. or Miss. All I ask is, that
you send me a Sc stamp for return post
age. Address Mrs. Fred erica Hudson, Box
691, N. K. North Main St., Attleboro, Mass.
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
DR. McKENNEY Says:
RueccM and HEALTH are boon
companion,. Bad teeth are health'
wont cnemiei. Therefore if you
would succeed, encourage HEALTH
with good teeth.
Beat SOVer FOI-
Beet 2T Gold
worth tig to $25,
$5, $8, $10
We pleas yen ar refund your :
14 th aid Fataam 1324 Farm asm at.
Phone Dour laa 2872.
Burieeque deal waat
to he mates! corned jr
but that dsa't ar.
real folks fraat lik
'Jif It better thaa
stoat DMskaJ shews
it 12. It's cleaner,
Lieutenant Culver and
Miss Ramsey to Wed
Beatrice, Neb., Jan. 18. (Special.)
Second Lieutenant Arlie Culver of
Company C arrived home yesterday
from the border on a twenty-day
furlough. He says that there is no
truth in the report that the Fifth
regiment is quarantined for diph
theria. He says that a number of
members of the guard have a severe
attack of tonsilitis, but no diphtheria
is prevalent among the ranks of the
guard. While here Mr. Culver will
wed Miss Mollie Kamsev of this city
and she will accompany him to the
border. Mrs. Culver will reside at
Brownsville, Tex., until the troops
are discharged. He says he thinks
the state troops will be home about
Bow to Cars t'eoche aad Colds.
Keep out of drsfts, avoid exposure. Eat
and Hve rllht and take Pr. Klnc's New
Discovery; In use over 40 years. Ouaranteed.
All druggist. Advertisement.
TELEPHONE 2020 DOUGLAS"
York County Budget
Is Seventy-Six thousand
York, Neb., Jan. 18. (Special.)
The countv board of supervisors has
made an estimate of the amount of
money it will take to pay all the ex
penses of the county for the year
1V18, and place the amount at $76,1J0.
Hats and Caps
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JANUARY 19 and 20
Offering, right before stock-taking time, opportunities for you to make remarkable economies on just the
wear and fabrics you most desire right now. While the quantities are liberal, we cannot guarantee that ALL of
them will last the two days. COME EARLY.
Women's Cotton Hosiery, fleece
lined and wool; medium and
heavy weight. Regular OP
35c values aCOC
Women's Black Cotton Fleeced
Hose, with hem and rib- 1 l)gt
led tops. Pair lafisX
Infants' Worsted Hose, in black
and while only. 25c 1 7JL
values, pair 1 I 2 C
Men's Heavy Gray Wool Socks
ill sizes, regular price
25c, sale price
Women's Cream Color Vests
and ankle length Pants to match,
fleece lined, 29c quality, OQ
sale price, garment. ..... eaeOC
Children's Slightly Fleeced Cot
ton Vests and Pants, all sites.
Worth to 25c. Sale 1 Q.
price, garment 1SC
Children's Small Size Vests and
some Pants, slightly. . . 1 A
fleeced. Worth 19c, each 1UC
Women's Medium Weight Cot
ton Union Suits, high neck, long
sleeves, ankle length. ACk
Notions at Little Prices
Fast Colored Darning Cotton,
4 spools 5a
Good Shell Hair Pins, 6 in a
box for 3tt
Hair Nets, with and without
elastic 5 for 10
Inside Skirt Belting, 10c and
15c grade, yard 5
Ladies' and Children's Hose
Supporters, regular 19c grade, the
Rust-Proof Dress Clasps, the
One big lot slightly soiled Cro
chet Cottons-regular 10c balls,
J. & P. Coats' 6-Cord Thread,
Wash Edging, sale price, the
Women's, Misses' and Children's
Coats, Suits. Skirts and Dresses
1,500 Coats for Women and Misses, divided into
Lot 1 Women's and Misses' Warm
Lot 2 Women's and Misses' Warm
Winter Coats ;
Lot 3 Women's and Misses' Up-to-date
Lot 4 Women's and Misses' Coats, of "2Q oe
fine materials pU.OO
Women's and Misses' Suits I Girl's Dresses-Two Lots
About 200 in the lot; all good
styles, colors and dJO QC
materials .- pO.0
Women's House Dresses
Hade of good quality Per
cales, Gingham, Chambray or
fleeced Flannel Extra sizes for
stout women, up A7
to. 54 if I C
Girl's Coats-Three Lots
Girls' Warm Winter Coats,
sizes 2 to 6 and 6 to 14 years;
many different styles to choose
' Other Coats, in the same
sizes, but of better materials,
$1.95 'Bi $2.95
Women's and Misses'
Silk Poplin, Serge and Cor
duroy Dresses, more than 400
in all; excellent col- dJO ft
ore and materials. . Veaa.UU
Women's Slip-on Raincoats,
have sold here for f 1 O Q
$2.00 and $3.00... P 1 .017
Dresses of good wash mater
ials, also fancy semi-wool,
many different styles, sizes 2
to 6 and 6 to 14 OQ
' ' Dresses for Girls, semi-wool,
fancy plaid and stripe, heavy
wash materials; size 2 Q
to 6 and 6 to 14 yean OiJC
Women'sand Misses' Skirts
Silk or Cloth Dress Skirts;
good materials and QC
all new styles.... )sa.aS0
Hundreds of black, white and
colored Waists;- excel- QC
lent wearing materials a&OC
Furs Fine Bargains
Separate Muffs, 1 Qf"
different kinds... J) I .170
Separate Neck and Shoulder
Pieces of Fur Qf
' Women's For Sets, Muffs and
Neck and Shoulder d A Qr
Pieces to match... 94.90
Drugs and Toilet Needs
8-Inch Black Rubber Dressing
Combs, 60c values 38
Pond's Cold Cream, 60c size,
Violet Talcum Powder, 26c can
Rubbersct Tooth Brushes, worth
26c. for 14.
Velvet Powder Puff, 25c grade
. Keep Clean Hair Brushes, spe
cial, at 39c
2-quart Fountain Syringe, $1.00
value, for 49
White Ivory Soap Boxes, worth
25c, at i 12
Pure Castile Soap, 25c bar 10i
Trailing Arbutus Talcum, the
can, for 5
Armour's Stork Castile Soap,
10c cake for &
Lilac Rose Glycerine Soap, 10c
cake for : 5
Children's Knit Hoods, 39c
Heavy Knitted 1 Warm Hoods,
some with tassels, make a fine
school or play-time hood for a
child. Have sold here for 69c.
SO DOZEN CHILDREN'S TRIM
MED HATS, ISc EACH.
Velvets, Corduroys and Plushes:
rood shapes, i neatly trimmed and
lined. Sold here regularly at $1.00.
This is a great bargain.
ANY VELVET UNTRIMMED
- HAT, 29.
Women's and Hisses' sizes, 60
dozen in the lot and after these
are . gone . there will be no more.
Good, stylish shapes that will make
a first-class hat with very inex
pensive trimming. One of the best
values we have offered in a year.
Rag Rugs, Remnants, Linoleum
Hit and Miss Rag Rugs
Size 24x36, worth 60c, at. . .39a
Size 25x50, worth 75c, at. . .49t
Size 27x54, worth 90c, at. . .694
Size 4x7 ft, worth $3.76. $2.29
Size 4x9 ft, worth $4.76 . 3.H?
Wilton Rug Remnants, regular
$3.00 and $4.00 values, on sale,
at 81.75 nd S1.98
Inlaid Linoleum, worth to $1.85,
yard, at 59
Domestics-Best Values Ever
42x36-Inch Bleached "Saranac"
Slips, 3-inch hems. Soft f
finish, each 1 UC
9-4 Bleached Sheeting, the gen
uine Standard make; perfect full
bolts. 35c values, sale on
price, yard aCOC
36-Inch Fine Curtain Swiss, pure
white. Neat embroidered dots and
figures. Regular 15c 1 (Xt
value, sale price, yard. . 1 vTJC
Dress Percale, bookf old, in light
and dark styles, indigo, light blue,
gray and black and white. A i
Sale price, yard wjC
27-inch Dress Zephyrs, neat
checks and stripes. Regu- O i
lar 10 He value, yard. . . . OjC
Beautiful Embroidered Pillow
Slips, Irish embroidered style. One
pair in a box, worth QD.
$1.35, specially priced... 2OC
Universal Pillow Tubing, 40 and
42 inches wide. Good qual- A
ity. Off the bolt, yard. .. 1tC
Fine quality standard "Claren
don" Bleached Muslin. 01
36 inches wide JC
Mill Remnants of 36-Inch
Bleached Muslin, Cambric, etc.,
sale price, the Ql
72x90-Inch Bleached , Sheets,
made with French seam in cented.
45c values, each, C
"32-Inch English Shirtings, neat
est styles, fast colors. Lengths to
15 yards. 19c and 25c val- 1 C
ues, special, yard IOC
36-Inch Fine Mercerized Curtain
Marquisette, plain white and ecru.
Neat, openwork borders, ol
15c value, yard OJgC
27-Inch Outing Flannel, plain
shades. Demi-pieces, Scotland and
Welsh grades. 10V4c val- O 1
ue, sale price, yard O2C
36-Inch Dress Percale, best
grade. Beautiful quality and
styles. Light and dark grounds.
15c value, special, i OA
Fall Suitings, full pieces and
mill shorts. Neat styles for school
dresses and others uses.
1216c value, yard OC
Heaters and Ranges
Our Entire Stock of Heaters and AU Floor Samples of Ranges, on
sale, From M to H Off.
$12.00 High Grade Oak Heaters,
nicely trimmed, nn
$14.00 Fancy High ft PA
Grade Oak Heaters. . D I .OH
$50.00 "Laurel" ttOC A A
Base Burners .... vOO.VV
$25.00 Steel Ranges, complete
with high closet; full djl (J f(
size 18-inch oven.. vlO.vU
$35.00 Steel Ranges, full nickel
trimmed, polished tfcOO CA
top, 18-inch oven.. VaCasseOU
$50.00 Extra Quality "Laurel"
Cast Ranges, full nickel trimmed,
$65.00 "Laurel" Combination
8-quart Genuine "Lisk" All
White Enamel Preserv- .
ing Kettles, 79c values. . "C
1 -quart Genuine "Lisk" All
White Enamel Double IQ-,
Boiler, 89c values KC
$1.00 Punch Cedar Oil Polishing
Mop and 60c Bottle Cedar CO.
Polish, both for ....... OUC
$1.55 Genuine Wearever Alum
inum Preserving Ket- dj 1 Q
ties, sale price P 1.17
Large Size Genuine "Savery"
Sanitary, Self -Basting "TQ
One lot of Woven Rush JQ
f hopping Bags 1SC
Oc Canned Heat, fj
per can OC
Any 10c Stove Polish, for. ,5k
$5.00 Carpet Sweeper and
Vacuum Cleaner, (J
One lot of Casseroles, nickel
plated on brass, with genuine
Guernsey insets. Regular $1.98
values, special, jj 39
26c Wash Boards) if"
very special' , . IOC
60c Wash Boards, 29c
BOYS' SUITS, $2.95
Many have two pairs of pants.
A big table full of wonderful val
ues. Grays and browns, in plain
colors and fancy mix- d0 Qr
tures. Ages 6 to 16 yrsVaielO
BOYS' MACKINAWS, $3.39
They are $4.00 to $5.00 values.
Plaids in different colors. About
75 coats in the lot, t0 OQ
ages 6 to 16 years. . J0.0
BOYS' OVERCOATS, $3.45
All-Wool Chinchilla Coats, in
grays. Splendid mixture coats. Ex
ceptional coats, that have been
selling regularly for t0 A f"
$6. Ages 3 to 10 years PO .rO
BOYS' SWEATERS, 95c
A bargain lot of sweaters worth
$1.26 to $1.50. Grays, browns,
blues and reds. Sizes for little tots
2 to 6 years of age; sweaters for
big boys. 8 to 14 years
Warm Blankets and Comforters
Away Down in Prices
Extra large size 72x84-inch
Genuine Wool Nap Nashua
Blankets, in beautiful plaids;
pink, blue and tan; fast colors.
$3.50 values, &t r"i
pair Peas sOU
Finest quality Comforters,
covered with best grade sateen
and silkoline; filled with ttest
grade cotton; scroll stitched.
Regular $3.29 val- d0 C(
ues, each Vab.OU
$1.60 Silkoline Covered Com
forters, neat styles, light and
lark grounds; filled with good
grade cotton, 1 Ott
for P 1 aaCO
Beautiful Plaid Blankets, size
60x76 inches, in pink, plain
gray, tan, white. Kegular price,
The Genuine Beacon Blan
kets, in tan, white and gray.
Beautiful nap. Fast color bord-
era. J2.bU values,
Beacon Baby Blankets, in
pink, blue and white. Extra
warm, fleecy nap. Well fin
ished. Neat nursery designs. 45c
values, sale 29 C
Fine Fluffy Hair Switches
TWO SPECIAL PRICES
$1.50 Switches, 69c
' 20 inches long; weight XVi ounces. Exceptional values at this
$2.50 Switches, 98c
24 inches long; weight 2 ounces. Nice, fluffy hair.
Shoes at Savings
About 1,000 pairs of Women's
Shoes, in tan Russia calf, vici kid
and gunmetal; button and lace
styles. High and low heels. Worth
to $3.95, sale price, df qq
pair P 1 eOl
Abont 800 pairs. Women's Fine
Shoes, in tan Russia calf, patent
leather, cloth tops. High heels; all
narrow uuis. wortn more than
double the price we
Children's Shoes, in vici kid,
patent leather; cloth and kid tops.
Hand turned soles. Sizes Q7
to 8; pair I C
Misses' Good School Shoes, in
vici kid, gunmetal; cloth tops.
Sizes to 2; sale price, 1 rtQ
pair Plf f
Men's Heavy Work Shoes, with
heavy soles. Built for hard wear.
Sizes 6 to 11, &n nt
Men's Dress Shoes, in vici kid.
gun metal; blucher and button
styles and English
lasts. Very special.
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