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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: APRIL 22, 1917.
TOPICS FOR SABBATH
Union Patriotic Meeting at
First Congregational Church
ADDRESSES BY LAYMEN
Last Sunday as recognized as
"war day" by a number of Omaha
pastors. Sermons lliat smacked of
both war and patriotism were deliv
ered. To some extent tomorrow will
be a repetition. Leading sermons,
however, that will deal with war and
upholding the honor and dignity Of
the flag -will be from the pulpits of
the McCabe Methodist and the First
In the McCabe Methodist church
Sunday morning, the pastor, Rev. L.
V. Slocumb, will digress a little from
i religious topic and will take for his
subject, "Whose War Is This?"
In the evening members of the
Congregational churches of the city
will gather at the First church, where,
following preliminary religious serv
ices, a patriotic meeting will be held,
The meeting will begin at 8 o'clock
and will be addressed by w. tl
Loomis and R. L. Metcalfe. The
regular church choir will lead the con
gregation in singing patriotic songs
tnd in addition there will be singing
by a quartet of civil war veterans.
For the occasion the interior of the
church will be decorated with red,
white and blue bunting and there will
be a profusion of American flags. ,
Anniversary Sunday services will
be held at Grace Methodist 'church,
Twenty-fifth and E, at 9:45, when the
Business Men's club will have charge
of the services, with this topic up for
discussion, "The Value of Beautiful
Things," Karl Lee, leader. At U
there will be a sermon by Rev. J. M.
Kirkpatrick, who was pastor during
the construction of the new church
building. In connection with this
service the pastor will administer the
rite of Christian baptism and receive
members into membership of the
thurch. At 8 there will he a platform
meeting. G. K. Kiddo will speak in
"What Church Membership Should
Mean." Mrs. Ella ConncI will speak
on "Woman's Contribution, to Our
Church." J. Dean Ringer will speak
on "Elements of the Church's Suc
cess." Rev. Mr. Kirkpatrick on. "How
It Was Done." The choir, under the
leadership of E. P. Baker, will render
special numbers during the services.
Beginning Sunday evening . and
continuing for a number of Sunday
evenings following, the pastor of
Trinity Baptist church, South Side,
Rev. Charles F. Haller, will preach
i series of sermons on the women of
the Bible. The title of his Sunday
evening discourse will be "The Beau
The padtor and officials of the First
Baptist church, Park avenue and Har
ney, announce another moving pro
gram for Sunday night. In addition
to other interesting features there
will be a discussion of present-day
world problems and the attitude the
people of Omaha should take both
as Christians and at citizens of the
IHati)- and icrmon, 11; VuBpero, 4:30; ups
t in I muak'.
at. Andrew, Forty-flmt and Charlea, J
K. Flock hart, Pntifc Holy communion. I
Hlblft achool. :(: Wvlra, 11, "Another
ChrtRt;" 7:30, "Ptlr'a Two Kfrea."
All fialnta'. Corner Twntr-l'h and
Dwey A-nur, T. J. Warkay, Rei-tor; Rnb
orl H. Klockhart, Awliitant Holy com
munion, 7;UU; Sunday achuol, 8:4&; morning
prayer and sermon, 11.
Westminster Presbyterian church
' in making up its reports found thrt
forty-one members had been added
uuring the last year, making the
present membership 411; $5,810 was
spent for congregational expenses,
$1,060 for home missions and $855 for
foreign missions, and for all the be
nevolence of the church, $2,980, or an
average" of $7.14 per capita. This
church takes ,care of a mission at
Tenth and Grace streets, where
splendid work has been done the last
two years under the direction of
Frank W. Henderson, a senior at
the Omaha seminary. At the' recent
annual church meeting the pastor and
the chairman of the board of trustees
were appointed a' committee to ap
point a committee to take up the
matter of a new location and a new
Grace, Roulh Tenth and Arbor. K. B.
irnnol, 10; at 11
Evening services will be abandoned
in a large number of the Presbyterian
churches, due to the fact that there
will be a union meeting iihe First
s . Baptl.t.
Flrat, Park Avenu and Harney, Airman
AWln Da Larme, MinisterSunday achool,
t:&; sermon, "Th Dftty of t'hrlpt, 11;
:IC, Young People's meetlni; lermnn, "Trw
Attitude All Christian Should Taka to thu
World Problems of th Day," t:U.
Flrat, Benaon, Bitty -Ant and Main,
Thomaa Anderson, Pastor Bible schnol, 10;
"A Cheering- Truth lor Dark Tliwa," 11;
Tonne People' meeting;, I Ah ; "A Threefold
Trinity. Twenty-fifth and H. Charlea p.
. Holler, PastorSunday school at 1:46; at 11,
'The Lord' a Day;" Junior at 3:10; Baptist
Toting People's anion l 1:30; at 1:30, "The
Taft, Pastor Sun d;ii er
"Jeaua, the Bon of Hod;" 1;J0, "J ecus, the
bod oi a carpenter.
ImmamieL Twenty-fourth snd Plnkney,
Arthur J. Morris, Pastor At 10:80, "Christ's
Revelation of the Father; Bible school at
noon. Charlea W. Blmon, auperlntendent ;
younr people's meeting, 7; gospel message
and gospel musk, S; prayer and praise serv
ice) Wednesday at 1.
Central Park, 1. B. Cleveland, Pastor
Sunday tchool at 10, At 11, "The Ordinary
Church a Laughing Stock to the World."
Christian Endeavor society at 1:80. At 7:30,
ermon to young folks.
First, Nineteenth tnd Davenport, Fred T.
Clark, Pastor Preaching at 10. Sunday
tchool at noon. Union patriotic service of
all the Congregational churches of the city
St Mary'g Avenue, Twenly-seventh and
It. Mary's Avenue Preaching at 10;IOt
Sunday school at noon. Young People's ao
, Italy at 1. Midweek service Thursday even
ing at I. . Special music tt every regular
Plymouth, Eighteenth tnd Kmmet, F. W,
tea vlt t, Minister Church school at 10. At
tl. "The Victorious how of Christ." Vesper
firvleo at 4:10, "Moseg and Our Captatu."
onng people's meeting at t:3V.
v ChrietlM Science.
Third Church, Druid Hall. S414 Antes
11, "Doctrine of Atonement;" Hunday school,
1:41 and 11. Wednesday meeting, I.
Flrat Church, St Mary't Avenue and
Twenty-fourth At 11 and 8, "Doctrine of
Atonement;" Sunday school, H and H.
. Wadoeat'ay meeting, I .
Second Church, Dundee Theater, Under
wood and . Fifty-first 11. "Doctrine of
Atonement;" Sunday tchool, :46. Wednes
day meeting, I.
Benson, Commercial Hall, Fifty-ninth.
petwean Main and Bryan (upstairs)
Bible aohool at I, story sermon at 1:41,
by H. B. Harding.
South lde. Twenty-third tnd I,' J; Q.
A'ber. Pastor At 11, "Naanian the Leper;"
at T:3ft "The Great Black Piaguo.''
St Martin's. South, Twenty-fourth and J,
Father Marsdeo. Pastor Holy communion,
tiltl Sunday tchool, j morning prayer,
Danish, 119 South Twenty-second Sunday
huol at 9:M. Rev. H. C. Htrandskov, Kx-
Irtt, la., will preach at 10:40 and HI it. Mid
week meeting Thursday at
Our Savior's Norwegian-Danish, Hamilton
nd Twenty-sixth, Kev. M. W. Ilalverson,
'mm I or Services with celebration of the
Lord's supper In the Norwegl n-Uanlah lan-
tfuairv at 11. English at 8. Hunday acool
10. Hunday arlinnt teachers' meeting
Monday evening. Men's Boclety Thursday
alng at home of M. t!hrlntnaen, 4u07
Franklin. Choir practice Friday at 8.
Church of Our Redeemer. 206 Amei, Rev.
. T. Kahse, Pastor Hunday school at 9:45.
At 11. "Our Shepherd."
t. Paul's, Twenty-fifth and Evans, Rev.
T. Otto, Paator Sunday school at 9:30.
Sermon by Rev. J. Hllcendorf at 10:30.
Young people's Bible study at 7. Sermon In
Kngllsh at 7:10.
Ludden Memorial, Nineteenth and Cas-
tHIar. Rev. O. W. Hnyder. Pastor At 11,
'Our Resurrected Aim." No evening serv
:e. Sunday school at 10, "Jesus Anointed."
Kounlze Memorial, Farnam and Twenty-
nixth Avenue, Rev. Oliver D. Baltzly, Pas
tor; Rev. C. Franklin Koch, Associate Pas
torAt 11 o'clock, "The Master Truth That
Must Be Reckoned With." At 8, "la a Man
Responsible When He Does Not Know Any
Belter?" Sunday school at 9:45. Luther
I -ague at 7, "The Church's Care for the
First, Twentieth and Mason, Rev, Titus
Lang, Pastor Oerr-.ac services at 10. Berea
Hlble claas (Rngllsh) at 7:30. English serv
ice at 8, "The Verdict of God's Law."
Zlon, Thirty-sixth and Lafayette Avenue,
A. T. Lorlmer, Pastor; Eva Nelson, Organist;
Blrgpr Kdqulat Choir Director Sunday
school at 9:46. Services at 11 and 8. Men's
society meets Tuesday evening. Wednesday
evening, midweek service at 8. Friday
evening, choir rehearsal. Saturday morn
ing, confirmation class at 10,
Orace Kngllah. 1326 South Twenty-sixth.
C. N. Swlhart, Minister At 11. "The Heav
enly Home;" 8, "Uod Moves In a Myaterlous
Way." Sunday school, 9:60; Luther league, 7.
Orace Lutheran Branch, Forty-eighth and
Leavenworth Sunday school In hall at 1
First English, Benson, Reed and Fifty
ninth, Rev. C. Wilbur Nelson, Paator At
9:46, Sunday tchool; 11, "Christ's Love Re
demptive and Inspirational." Luther league,
8 : 30, M rt. Nelson, leader. "The Church's
Care of the Sick." No evening aervlco.
Omaha Holiness Association Oospel serv
ice, 3:30 at Norwegian-Danish Methodist
church. Twenty-fifth and Decatnr.
St. Mark's, English, Twentieth and Bur
delte, L. 'Oroh, Pastor Services at 11 and
8; Sunday school, 1:16; Christian Endeavor,
Otic Street, Twentieth and Oak, H. C.
Burrows, Minister Hunday school. 9:45; at
11, "Win One;" Junior Kp worth league, t;
Bpworth league, 7; at 8, special service;
prayer meeting Wednesday at 8.
Dlota, Tenth and Pierce, C. N. Dawson,
Pastor Sunday tchool, :46, Dr. J. L. Prang,
superintendent; at 11, "Religion In Busi
ness;" Epworth league, 1, Marguerite Tonge,
leader; at I, "Mediation." ,
Pearl, Twenty-fourth and Larlmora, Earl
E. Bowen, Pastor Sunday school, 9:411; ser
mon at 11; Epworth league, C:30; 7:80,
"Joseph Prison to Throne;" Wednesday,
7:90, fellowship hour.
First, Swedish, Nineteenth and Burt, Ous
ts v Urlcknon, Minister 10, Sunday school;
at 11, "Peter's Complete Restoration; 7,
Bp worth league service; 1, "The Drawing
Power of the Cross."
Walnut Hill. Forty-first tnd Charles, oil
yet1 Keve, Minister Services, 10:80 and I. .
Hlrtt Memorial, Thirty-fourth and Ltrl
more, Joseph Stopford, Pastor Sunday
school, 10; at 11, "He Learned Obedience;"
Epworth league at 7; at 8, "The Man Who
Spoiled Hit Reputation."
MrCabt, Forty-first and Farnam, I V.
Slocumb, Pastor At 10:30, "Whose War la
Thtaf" 11:45, Sunday tchool; J, Epworth
league; I, "Some Things Worth Knowing."
Norwegian and Danish, Twenty-fifth and
Decatur, James Sanaker, Pastor Service In
mother tongue nt 11 tnd In English at
7:4fc; Sunday tchool, 10. Service in Oold
Street chapel Wednesday at 8.
Trinity, Twenty-first and Blnney, John F.
Pour her. Pastor At 11, 'The Signs of the
Tim;" preaching t I; music by choir, E.
F. Williams, chorister, Mrs. Flora Sears Nel
son, organist. Sunday school, 9:45. W II lard
Chambers, auperlntendent; Epworth league.
7, William H. Borcherdlng, president .
Htntcom Park, Woolworth and Georgia,
Emory X. Hull, Minister 8un4Wy tchool.
9:48, L. C. Sholes, superintendent; at 11,
"A Great Hero Why He Conquered T" Ep
worth league, :40, Harry Nelson, presi
dent; 7:45, ' Vision and Ambition."
First, Twentieth and Davenport, Tttu
1,0 we. Pastor Bible cffli-a, 9:45; Jame
Ho'lge, auperlntendent 'The Place at thi
Churh In the City's Light." II; Epworth
leuKUe, 4:30; "Satan's Advantage Over
Westminster, Twenty-ninth and Mason.
J. Franklin Toung, Pan tor Bible school at
9:45; at II Mrs. B. D. Wells of Chicago
will sp-ak; Junior Christian Endeavor at
3:30; Senior at 8:30.
Covenant, Twenty-seventh tnd Prstt,
Charles H. Fleming. Pastor At 10:30. "The
Mfnsage for Tliese Times;" lilhle school at
noon; Junior Endeavor at 3:30 and Senior
at a. No evening services.
Fftlrview. Fortieth and Pralt Bible school
at 11; Endeavor at 7; at a, Kev. Mr. Hn
dorson will preach; Wednesday evening
prayer service at 8.
Bt-naon. A. J. McClung, Pastor Sunday
school at 10; morning wornhtp aat It, com
munion service; Jnior Kndeavor at 8: f'hr Ju
lian at 7; at 8. "Solomon thu Builder;
prayer meeting Wednesday at 8.
Lowe Avenue. Fortieth and Nicholas, A.
F. Krnat, Minister Rv. W, W. Tail win
preach at 10:10; Sabbath school at noon; no
First, Thirty-fourth and Farnam, Erlwln
Hart Jenks, Pastor At 10:20, "Living by
Faith;" at 7:45, "What Can Am-riia Do
for the World?" by Mrs. D. B. Wells; Sun
day school at noon, Frank E. Clark, super
intendent; Junior Knueavor at 4; Christian
l-::ideavor at 4; prayer meeting, Wednesday,
R. L. Wheeler Memorial, Twenty-third and
J, Rev. R. L. Wheeler, Pastor Bible schonl
fit 9:45; at 11, "It Is Time to Serve the
Lord;" young people's meeting at 8:30;
services at 7:30,
North, Twenty-fourth and Wirt, M. V.
Higbee, Paator Bible school at 9:45; at 11,
Mrs. E. H. Hllverthorn of the missionary
conference will speak; young people's meet
ing at 6:30.
Clifton HIU, Forty-fifth and Grant B.
R. von der Ltppe, Paator Hunday school at
10, A. D. Barre, superintendent; at 11,
preaching by the pastor; Christian Endeavor
at 7; evening song service and message at 8.
Parkvale. Thirty-first and Oold, R. W.
Taylor, Pastor Sunday tchool, 10; S. J.
Purchase, superintendent Quarterly com
munion, 11; "Giving." Christian Endeavor, 7;
"Mighty Through God," 7:46. Prayer meet
ing, Wednesday, 7 ; Mrs. G. F. Fisher,
Dundee, Fiftieth and Underwood At 11,
Mrs. Uuy S. Davis will speak. Rally serv
ice at the First Presbyterian, 7:30.
Lowe Avenue, Rev. W. W. Ttlt will preach
at 10:80; no avenlng services.
Central United, Twenty-fourth and Dodge
Sabbath school, 9:46; "Back to the Old
Task,'' 11; Toung People's meeting, 7; ve
iling. "National Christianity." 8.
Harford Memorial, Lothrop and Nine
teenth, E. L. Reese, Pastor Sunday school,
IP; 11. "What Think Te of Christ?" 6i30
Christian Endeavor; 7:30 "Enoch, Walking
Unity, Turpln't Hall, Twenty-eighth tnd
Farnam, Robert French Leavens, Mlnlator
At 9;4C, church school ; II, "Crucifixion
Writ Large;" 11, Kindergarten class; 6:"0,
supper and tinging at headquarters, 210
Associated Bible studenta meet In Lyric
building. Nineteenth and Farnsm, 3. Dr,
C. W. Farwell will lecture, "Man's 8,000
Years Schooling a Valuable Training Under
the Death Penalty."
National spiritual meeting, 2414 Cum Inge,
every Thursday and Sunday evening, 8:16.
I The Unit aoclety will meet Sunday at 11,
701 Bee building. "Truthfulness and Pa
tience" will be discussed.
First Progressive Spiritualist Church, 1809
South Twenty-fifth, Miss T. T. Margarrell.
Pastor Service Wednesday find Friday at
' Rev. G. A. Humbert will tpeak on
'Tendencies of Modern Thought," before the
Omaha Philosophical society, Lyrlo build
ing. Nineteenth and Farnam, at 9.
People's Chwvh, BIS North Eighteenth,
Rev. Charlea W. Savldge, Pastor Preaching
on the following subject and the questions
which grow out of It both morning and even
ing, 11 and 7:30: Subject, "Was the wicked
hand of the Underworld a significant factor
In closing the town House of Hope and thus
causing numbers of the poor and helpless
to be rendered homeless? What effect will
all this have upon my efforts for the poor
and aged and what effect will it have on
my labors for the purification of this city?"
I Try Our I
25c Plate Dinner 25c I
that are woman's
Priced Extremely Low
for Monday and Tues
All Lily White Reinskin Cloth,
white covered Louis hells) hand-
I? turned street t I Q C
soles, t.......i Jp.yo
c Black Kid Vamp with white kab
kid tope; leather Louis heels;
flexible street fl C Q C
weight soles, at. . . . JO.J70
Ivory Kid Vamp, tops of fine
cloth, tops to match high-covered
heels of Ivory. d J Q C
Specially Priced. . .V I .IO
White Amalfi cloth with white
covered heels;, hand-turned
street weight tfJO QC
soles, at J)O.J0
Fine Silver Grey Kid Vamps.
Tops to match high Spanish
curved heels of grey kid, 8H
inches high. QC
Special, at P f .IO
Black Glaze Icid, with delicate
white kid tops; welted soles and
leather Louis fc'T nP
heels, at V I .IO
All Black Royal Glaze Kid, 8H
inch tops, with flexible street
soles and leather &A QC
Louis heels, at vvO
All White Royal
Glaze Kab Leather;
white covered Louis
street soles, at
10 P. I!.
of new Spring
now on dis
This Unrivalled Semi-Annual Sale Brings
With the present market prices in mind, you
cannot help but concede that the price we
quote for this Monday offering are simply re
markable. It is because this store has estab
lished an enviable prestige and enjoys a buy
ing power second to none in this Middle West
country, that such price offerings are possible.
The Stock We Have Assembled for Monday's
Selling is Very Comprehensive
BUT SHOP EARLY.
We know from past experience that this sale always brings an
Considering conditions, we have never made better offer
ings the dyes and materials employed in the making of these
Linoleums have" risen to almost prohibitive prices SO THERE
IS NO QUESTION ABOUT THE FITNESS OF YOUR BUYING ALL THE LINOLEUMS YOU NEED.
Sale Begins Promptly at 8:30 Monday Morning
Printed Linoleum Remnants-
Worth Up to 65c Square Yard at.,
Many are in duplicate and can be used for kitchens
and dining rooms.
INLAID LINOLEUMS, beautiful line
of patterns, suitable for bathroom,
dining room and kitchen.
Regularly up to $1.75,
At a square yard
PRINTED LINOLEUMS, 6 feet wide,
in two qualities, E and D grades, in a beau
tiful line of patterns; tile, inlaid and natural
wood effects; suitable for kitchen, dining
rooms and bath rooms.
At a square yard
PRINTED LINOLEUMS, 12 feet wide,
in a nice line of patterns. This width
is just right for those who have large kitch
ens and dining rooms.
At a square yard
INLAID LINOLEUM, WORTH UP TO $1.35, at 89
Voiles, Zephyrs, Ginghams, Per
cales, all the wanted, inexpensive,
Beautiful "Leader" and "Spray" voiles, in
hundreds of pretty styles, neat stripes and
sport effects, sheer and dainty, 1 r
Monday, the yard, at J.OC
36-inch new season Sporting Cloth, wonder
ful color combinations, for golf, tennis and
outings suits, Monday, the yard, J
36-inch Embroidered Curtain Voiles, neat
Swisses, beautiful embroidered, fancy dots,
stripes and figures; 25c value, Mon- -I jr
day, yard, at J.OC
32-inch Treffan Zephyrs, this season's
.choicest plaids, stripes and checks, -1 fr
our 19c quality, Monday, yard.... J.OC
36-inch English Shirting, neat styles, fast
colors, 25c value, Monday, yard, jOyg
The genuine Amoskeag A. F. C. Dress
Ginghams, neat color combinations, 1 pj
fast woven dyes, Monday, yard. . . . J.OC
36-inch Drels Percale, best grade, light and
dark colors, neat dots and fig- -1 nf n
ures, off the bolt, yard XLd 2C
36-inch extra heavy Unbleached Muslin,
soft finish, easily bleached, for in
sheets, etc., Monday, yard, at J.UC
I am the dawn of a
great new day
Full of sunshine and
Scatter the good seeds
on your way,
That tumult and
strife may cease.
On Sale Monday
White, each, 79e
Bronzed, each, $1.39
Luminous, each, $1.48
Notions at Low Prices
Offerings of Interest
Everyday Needfuls at Prices That Mean
Soft Face Chamois, each, at 4c
Fast Colored Wash Edging, bolt, at..7'4e
Bias Tape, large bolts, bolt, at 7H
Dressing Combs, white, black and- col
ors, eaeh 7 He
Children's Sock Garters, all shades,
pair, at lSe
Cedar Moth Proof Bags, for storing
clothes away; extra large size, each,
Men's Neck Bands, all sizes, each, at 2e
Panama Dress Clasps, 10c value, at,
a dozen y 6c
12-yard bolts of imported Eick-rack,
bolt, at ISc
West Electric Hair Curlers, card, at. .9c
Slip-on Veils, 10c value, each, at. . . .7 We
Lingerie Ribbon, for underwear, bolt,
Good assortment of Dust Caps, each,
Betsy Ross Crochet Cotton, all colors,
Skirt Markers, extra heavy, each 10c
Wilson Dress Hooks, 10c value, card,
"Better Way" dress forms, 12-sectional,
adjustable i all parts. These forms are
perfectly proportioned, regularly sells for
$15.00. On sale, on main floor, no
for only tpD.U
5,000 Yds. of 40-inch Chiffon Taffeta, $1.50 Yd.
The Very Silk You Are Seeking Right Now
THIS IS INDEED a bit of good fortune, and one that you should avail yourself of quickly.
Heavy, soft, rich finish Chiffon Taffeta, in black, mallard, Copenhagen, beige, chartreuse, bis
cuit, rose, royal, belgique and many changeable combinations; a bargain at $2.25 a yard fn extra
ordinary offering, at $1.50 a yard.
Here Are Other Unusual Offerings:
"YO-SN" small lots of this splendid Sport (t-j nr
Silk, in plain and stripe effects, at, a yard. . . tpl.ZO
32-inch Melrose Crepe, striped Wash Silks, a beautiful s
new weave and finish; will launder perfectly; nn
worth $1.50, at, a yard VoC
36-inch Swiss Chiffon Taffeta, soft finish ; good a-j a a
weight; in navy and Copenhagen, at, a yard. . . .ipI.UU
40-inch Silk and Wool Sport Poplins, in the new stripe
and disk defigns; all the wanted shades, at,
a yard "
36-inch Satin Messaline, splendid weight and finish; in
ivory, black, citron, gold, rose, Copenhagen, navy, green,
chartreuse, etc. Very special, at, a jj qq
You always enjoy
you feel a high regard
for service obtained in our
Hair Dressing Parlors
notable, too, the thorough proficiency of
our skilled attendants who do shampooing,
manicuring, massaging. Expert Marcel wav
ing a specialty. Appointments made by phone.
Switches and transformations made from
24-inch switches; three separate strands of
natural hair; the saving about one-third, at
Transformation switch- 20-in. switches of
es, all shades, priced natural wavy hair,
at $2.95. priced, at $1.25.
Chiropody Make appointments now.
Wall Paper-Unusual Offers
The manufacturer of these Wall Papers knew of no better
outlet than this store through which he could effect a quick
disposal. The concessions granted us you share.
60c two-tone stripes, engraved papers, grass cloths, blends, and
tapestries; special for Monday, at, per roll 27e
35e Independent papers, all colors and new designs; proper deco-
. rations for downstairs rooms; special, the roll 16c
20c bedroom papers, floral effects, etc., about 50 patterns,
Monday, roll, at 12 c
18c papers, in dark and light colors, full combinations, at,
Also a dozen papers, all colors, full combinations, special,
the roll gHe
We have plenty of clerks to give you attention. Don t for
get to bring the sizes of your rooms.
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