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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1917.
FOOD SAVED BY
Reports, of Nebraska Caterers
Show Enormous Quantities
Diverted to War Use; Let
ton Jubilant Over Result.
Meatless and wheatless days arc
saving tremendous quantities of food
throughout the state. This informa
tion comes in a scries of reports from
20G restaurant and hotel keepers, who
liave reported to John F. Lctton, state
chairman hotels and restaurants.
Reports from an eyen 200 caterers
say that they have saved 45,396
pounds of wheat flour since they be
gan observing whcatless day. Two
hundred and fourteen report they
have saved 69,993 pounds of meats,
while 161 report a saving of 24,620
pounds of sugar.
These figures give an average cav
ing of 227 pounds of wheat. 326
pounds of meats and 153 pounds of
Migar. Chairman Letton states this
average will maintain for all keepers
of restaurants and hotels, as those
who have reported and whose figures
were used for these computations are
thoroughly representative of the
In the state, 1,297 hotel and restau
rant keepers have signed the pledge
card and are observing meatless and
wheatless days. Based on the above
average the saving in Nebraska by
observance of meatless and wheat
less days so far arc:
Wheat flour saved, 294,419 pounds.
Meats, beef, pork and mutton, 422,
Sugar, 198,441 pounds.
LOYAL TROOPS RALLY
, TO COSSACKS' LEAD
Soldiers at Fort Desert Posts
to Lend Support to Over
throw of Bolshevik! Re
gime in Petrograd.
(By Associated Press.)
' London, Dec, 12. Russian officials
in London, who aVe establishing di
rect communication with General
Kalediws and other leaders of demo
cratic organizations in Russia, declar
ed to The Associated Press today that
the movement to overthrow the
bolshevlki, was supported not only by
the Cossacks, but by almost all the
leaders of the other parties, j.nesl
leaders, it 'was 'said, are confident
they will be able to make short shift
cf the Bolsheviki. ' '
Tiieyalso .fee) certain they will be
able to present formidable fighting
"It a said'tnat thousands of Cos
sacks already have left the fighting
front and rallied to Kaledines sup
port and it is expected he will soon
liave the entire force of. 400,000 Cos
sacks at his disDOsal.
The officials in London assert that
the plans embrace the solidification ot
the loval fiirhtiiiflr forces, the complete
elimination of the Bolsheviki organi
zations in the cities and towns ot
Russia, the re-establishment
of order, the re-organization of sup
plies and the establishment of a new
alii! fighting , front to protect the
rich yRussian. granaries and coal and
mineral fields from the German.
They add that a form of guerilla
warfare may possibly precede the re
establishment of a solid fighting
front, owing to the preselit disorgan
ized state of the army on account of
the Bolsheviki peace negotiations.
FIRE AT BETHLEHEM I
DOES LITTLE DAMAGE!
Blaze at Newcastle, Del., Shell
Loading Department is
Present Flag to Rainbows s
Wilmington, Del., Dec. 12. This
city was subjected to a terrific bom
bardment early today as the result of
a fire in the shell loading plant of
the Bethlehem Steel company, about
a mile below Newcastle.
The blaze, which is of unknown ori
gin, started in a building in which
were stored 4,600, shells loaded with
T. N. T., one of the most violent of all
explosives. The shells were ignited
and the contents flew in every direc
tion. The building was destroyed.
One man, a guard, was killed.
The Newcastle plant of the Beth
lehem Seel company was established
soon after the outbreak of the war
in Europe. It was created to fill for
eign contracts for war munitions, and
has been devoted almost exclusively
to loading shells. Its construcion cost
about a million dollars and it em
ployed between 700 and 800 men.
The burned building was of frame
and 200x100 feet in dimensions. It
contained 4,600 shells, all of which ex
ploded. The loss is estimated at $200.-000.
Incendiarism is suspected by some
persons. Wo niacnintry was in opera
tion at the time and there was no fire
in the building.
Damage Reported blight.
New York, Dec. 12. The explosion
and fire at the Newcastle plant of the
Bethlehem corporation caused only
comparatively slight damage, it was
stated at the New York otfices of
the corporation today. Officials said
that advices indicated that no one
was hurt and that the property loss
was confined to one section of a
small shell loading shop.
London, Dec. 12. Premier Lloyd
Georee today announced in the House
of Commons that General Allenby, the
British commander in Palestine, en
tered Jerusalem on foot Tuesday.
Guards have been placed around the
holy places, the premier said, and the
Mosque of Omar has ,lcen placed
under Mohammedan control.
Effective Work Shown
By Surgeon General's Report
Washington, Dec. 12. The annual
report of Surgeon General Braisted
oil the navy shows an encouraging
degree of progress against disease
in all forms.
Deaths rose to 4.83 per 1,000,
against 4.48; but 20 of these were
men lost with the United States
steamship Memphis at Santo Do
mingo. Drowning took 74 lives during
the year, including, the men of the
Memphis; tuberculosis, 39; pneumo
nia, 22; burns, 16; wounds, 13 (Haiti
and Dominican campaigns), and ne
phritis, 13. For the second time in
the history of the service there were
no deaths from tynhoid.
National Army Now Has
Meatless and Wheatless Days
Camp Funston, Kan., Dec. U.
"Meatless and wheatless" days were
inaugurated for the 89th division of
the national army yesterday Dy an
order of the commanding general
General Wood orders that whenever
possible the messes serve fresh fish
instead of meat at least nine meals a
month. Corn bread or cornmeal prod
ucts will be served instead of wheat
bread nine meals a month and vege
table oils will be substituted at all
times for animal fats.
Looking for work? Turn to the
Heb Wanted Columns now. You
will find hundreds of positions listed
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Task of Reconstruction Going
Forward Rapidly; American
Doctors Care for the
Washington, Dec 12.(Special Tel
egram.) In honor of Chief Justice
and Mrs. G T. Smvth. the Nebraska
Association of the District of Colum-J
bia gave a very large reception to
night at the Hotel Cairo.
- The guests were received by Justice
and Mrs. Smyth, II. W. Harding,
president' of the association; Miss
Lathrop of the Child's ,Labor Bureau,
mid W M. "Whelan. treasurer of the
Senator . Hitchcock presided.
- Sneeches were made by Chief Justice
,Smyth and Ch(ef Justice Covington of
the supreme court of the district. , 1
The Nebraska delegation in con-
gress was in attendance with their
wives, the occasion bringing together
many Nebraskans who have come to
Washington since the declaration of
Charles T. Tittmore, one of Wash
ington' IcaHincr musicians, cave sev-
eral vocal numbers. The evening
terminating with dancing.
Germany Suffers Great
' " ; Loss in Chemical Blast
Xondon, Monday, Dec. 12.-Ger-fnany
suffered a disaster comparable
i vith a very serious military defeat in
the explosion last month which de
stroyed the Griesheim chemical works,
rear Frankfort-on-the-Main, one of
greatest'wunitions factories in the
world, according to a statement is
sued today by the press bureau.
It is said to be impossible to recon
stitute the works during the war. The
statement adds that sooner or later
Germany must -show on its fighting
front the effects of this staggering
The destruction of the Griesheim
works by an explosion on November
ii was reported in a .uricli dispatch
on the following day. .
l 1 i .1 II
The 42d division. United States in
fantry, is here being presentef witlf
a banner bearing various devices iden
tifying this great unit of the United
Stated army the Rainbovv division.
The flag was presented at Camp Mills,
Mineola, Long Island, by Mrs. Cum
mings Story, former president of the
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion, leld regulations of our army
prohibit its being carried in battle, but
in all parades and reviews it will ap
pear with the colors of the republic.
Photo shows, left to right: General
Lenihan, commander of the 83d bri
gade; General Mann, commander of
the 42d United States infantry; Mrs.
Cummings Story and Mrs. Livings
ton R. Schuyler, who is speaking. In
the background an orderly holds the
Poo Bah of Portugal Revolt
Holds Many Cabinet Jobs
Paris, Dec. 12. Dr. Sidonio Paes,
leader of the revolution in Portugal
and head of the provisional govern
ment there, has taken over all the
cabinet portfolios except that of war.
Colonel Alves Kocadas Brooming is
minister of war, "according to a Lis
bon teleg am transmitted by the cor
respondent of the Temps at Madrid.
Major DeMattos, tormer minister
of .war, and Commandant Leole De
Rego, the head of the navy, says
the message, have taken refuge aboard
a mine sweeper on the Tague.
Boy Boxer and Swimmer
Run Over by Automobile
Shenandoah, la., Dec. 12. (Spe
cial.) Robert Wightman, 9 years
old, one of the noted boy boxers and
famed swimmer, son of W. B.
Wightman, was run over by an auto
mobile driven by a Mr. Norton of
Anita, la., Saturday. The child is in
a critical condition.
Halifax, Dec 12. The American
hospital and relief units were working
full blast today.
Sufficient supplies had been receiv
ed to relieve distress and the honiel
less discarded the burned and tattered
garments they had been wearing since
the munition ship exploded, and felt
warm and comfortable again in good
A trip through the hospital zone
showed that facilities were adequate
for a city the size of Halifax.
American surgeons are still picking
broken fragments from the faces, eyes
and heads of hundreds, many of
whom may be marked for life or
blind. At Bellevue hospita', surgeons
took stock today and found that glass
The situation of the injured is the
best possible, the general committee
has announced, and' the task of recon
struction is going forward in a man
ner which would indicate that in a
little while Halifax will be in large
Major Harold G. Giddings'of Bos
ton, in charge of the Massachusetts
unit, said that while the majority of
persons in the outlying area were
hurt by glass, a large number were
injured by fragments of steel hurled
over the city from the decks and hull
of the munitions ship.
American blue jackets, the liveliest
crowd in this saddened city, put the
American relief stations in good con
dition and then were sent to the
Young Men's Christian association to
serve as Stretcher bearers.
Other American contingents have
devoted their effort to the equally im
portant reconstruction of homes.
Hundreds of telegrams from the
United States have been received in
the last four days, asking the fate of
friends here. Not one-tenth of them
could be answered promptly for tele
graph service, was greatly handi
capped. Government Enlists Bricklayers
For Army Service in France
"Washington, Dec. 12. Instruction
to enlist in the army as many brick
layers as possible have been sent to
recruiting offices throughout the
country. These men will be sent to
a concentration camp in the south for
a short time and then to 'France for
work on the American airdromes. At-
Unfit Officers Will
Not Be Sent to Front
Washington, Dec. 12. All gen
eral officers of the regular army and
National Guard are being examined
by medical boards and efficiency
boards "with a view to determining
the advisability of sending them for
In announcing this step late to
day, Secretary Baker said it was
necessary on account of the un
usually severe conditions of service
in this war. He declared France
found it necessary to shelve a large
number of officers of high rank and
that a similar process was followed
later in the British service.
Secretary Baker's statement car
ries a warning that no appeals from
the boards will be considered.
tention was calleVl to the advisability
of getting tlfese men into service be
fore Friday, when the law preventing
men.within the draft age of volunteer
ing becomes effective.
Missionary World Suspends
To Resist the Attack
of tie germs of many diseases such a
If r I y
"ViJa in. urn for all vi"
yy lis "
&ftjliw't'. pvervwlicru in
wnxJfrJWr ,ht i,ir w
W breathe. The
W 5 odds are ia
Tavor of the germ if the liver is in
active and the blood inioure.
What is nwded most m au increase m
the germ-fighting strength. To do this
successfully you need to put on healthy
flesh, rouse the liver to vigorous action,
so it will throw off these germs, and
purify the blood so that there will be ni
'weak spots" or soil for germ-growth.
We claim for Dr. Pierce's Golden.
Medieal Discovery that it docs all this
in a wav peculiar to itself.
It cures troubles caused by torpid liver
or impure blood. Liquid or tablets.
Send Dr. Pierce of tho Surgical Insti
tute, Buffalo. N. Y., 10c for trial pkg.
Hastings, Nebr. "Some years ago I
was troubled greatly with liver trouble;
I would" become dizzy and dark spots
would nppear before my eyes. I took
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
and one bottle cured me. I have never
hmi a rptnm of this ailment, but hav
Publication During WarSatf SiTcfiS
Shenandoah, Ia.r Dec. 12. (Spe
cial.) Owing to the trying times and
the scarcity of help, combined with
high prices, the Missionary World, a
monthly publication 'edited by Rev.
C. S. Hanley and Mrs. Minnie Han
ley, has been discontinued until after
Sons of Veterans Meet
Thursday to Elect Officers
General Chas. F. Mandersou Camp
No. 1, Sons of Veterans, will hold
their regular meeting Thursday, De
cember 13 in Memorial hall at the
court house. As this is the regular
night .for the election of officers,
every member of the camp is urged
to he present.
Wontz, 710 W. 6th St.
Nebraska City, Nebr "As a blood
purifier, tonic and cure for sluggish liver,
I have taken the "Medical Discovery"
with most satisfactory results." Mrs. J.
W. Waldamith, 406 Fourth Corso.
David City, Nebr. "Dr. Piece's
medicines have been used in my family
and they have always proved to be ex
cellent. One of my, sons has taken
'Golden Medieal Discovery' as a spring
tonic to give him, an appetite and to
strengthen him, and it proved to be all
that is claimed for it. Anyone wanting
good mdicines will find all Dr. Pierce's
remedies just as advertised." Mrs.
Henrietta Smith, Boijjg.
You can secure a rnaid, stenogra
pher or bookkeeper by using a Bee
WEAK KIDNEYS MEAN
When you're fifty, your body begins t
creak a little at the hingB. Motion is
more slow and deliberate. "Not so young
h I uiied to be" ia a frequent and unwel
come thought. Certain bodily functions up
on which good health and good spirits so
much depend, are impaired. The weak spot
ia generally the bladder. Unpleasant symp
toms show themselves. Painful and annoy
ing complications in other organs arise. This
is particularly true with elderly people. If
you only know hon this trouble can be
For over 200 years GOLD MEDAL Haar
lem Oil has been relieving the inconven
ience and pain due to advancing years. It
is a standard, old-time home remedy, and
needs no introduction. It is now put up in
odorless, tastless capsules. These are easier
and more pleasant to take than the oilin
Each capsule contains about one dose of
five drops. Take them just like you would
any pill, with a small swallow of water.
They soak into the system and throw off
the poisons which are making you old be
fore your time. They will quickly relieve
those stiffened joints, thaflackache, rheu
matism, lumbago, sciatica, gall-stones,
gravel, "brick-dust,1' etc. Thejf are an ef
fective remedy for all diseases of the blad
der, kidney, liver,' stomach and allied or
Go to your druggist today and get a box
of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules.
Money refunded if they do not help you,
Three sizes. GOLD MEDAL are the pure,
original imported Haarlem Oil Capsules. Ac
cept no substitutes. Adv.
President Reduces the
, Kick irl Regular Beer
Washington, Dec 12 President
Wilson tonight issued a proclama
tion reducing the alcoholic content
of beer brewed after January 1,
1918. to 2!4 per cent by weight, and
prohibiting the use in the manu-,
facture of malt liquors of more
than' 70 ler cent 'of the average
amount of foods. fruKs, food ma
terials and -feeds used in such
manufacture during the one year
period ending on that date.
as clear as a
would not ache-
(at no cost to you)
50,000.000 have used thit 29-year-old re
cougha,cold. sneezing, noae-bleed,tc.
Wnteuafor complimentary can, or buy
tube at druggist . It will benefit yon
famr time more than it coti,or we pay
money bark. For trial ca n free write to
I0IIOI Ufa. M MiNumn, Mm.
Get at the Real Cause Take Dr.
4 Edwards' Olive labieta
That's what thousands of stomach
sufferers are doing now. Instead of
taking tonics, or. trying to patch op a
poor digestion, they are attacking the
nal cause of the ailment clogged liver
ind disordered bowels. ;
Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets arouse the
liver in a soothin?. healing way. When
the liver and bowels are performing their
natural functions, away goes indigestion
and stomach troubles.
If you have a bad taste In your
mouth, tongue coated, appetite poor,
lazy, don't-care feeling, no ambition or
energy, troubled with undigested, foods,
you should take Olive Tablets, the sub
stitute for calomel
Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets are 8
purely vegetable compound mixed with
olive oil You will know them by their
olive color. They do the work without
griping, cramps or pain. .
Take one or two at bedtime for quick
relief, so you can eat what you like.
At 10c and 25c per box. All druggists,
Low Cash Prices and Superior Assortment Make Holiday Shopping Here Pleasurable and Profitable
BUY ANOTHER WAR SAVINGS STAMP!
OUR FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT
Offers a bevy of choicest gift suggestions for Fath-
Brother or Gentleman Friend and low cash
prices make buying here most profitable.
THE CASH STORE
BUY ANOTHER WAR SAVINGS STAMP!
JEWELRY HAS ALWAYS BEEN THE CHRIST-
MAS GIFT DE LUXE
You'll find an immense stock here for selec
tion at low cash prices that will surprise you. We
guarantee satisfaction. f
Silks or Dress Goods Patterns Practicable and Acceptable Gifts
A iremenaous uasn r urcnase 01 w 001 uress ijooas ana silks
On Sale Thursday at Less Than Cost of Production Today
The price of Wool Goods is constantly soaring upward. Here is an opportunity to buy at Low Cash Prices which
... jii i. v i it.. 1 j -.,,
win piouauiy nut enuaieu again m yvais. ,
$1.75 French Serge, $1.00
42 Inches Wide.
100 pieces of All-Wool French Serge
and French Taffeta, in a good line
of the new Fall colors and black.
Worth today, $1.75.
Thursday, Cash Trice
$2 French Epingle, $1.25
50 pieces of 44-inch All-Wool
French Epingle, a beautiful high
luster cloth, in full line of colors,
including navy and black. Worth
today $2.00. Thurs- Ii OT
day, Cash Price P,LiO
$2.50 Wool Poplin, $1.50
100 pieces of 50 and 52-inch All
Wool French Poplin and Imperial
Serge, every new and wanted col
or, including plenty of navy and
black. Worth today $2.50 and
$2.98. Thursday (T- TA
Cash Price, .$ 0
$2.98 Coatings, $1.75
50 pieces of 54-inch All-Wool Coat
ings, in plain and fancy weaves; odd
pieces to close out that formerly
sold at $3.00 and $3.50. Thursday,
Cash Price 5
Thousands of Yards of Beautiful New Silks Greatly Underpriced
The wonderful values we are offering in new, stylish and dependable Silks, will surely solve the gift-problem.
Ve note a few special items for Thursday: , ,
$2.50 Quality Satin Charmeuse, $1.75
$1.75 Tub Silk, $1.25
25 pieces just' received for the Holiday
business. Newest styles in handsome satin
striped silk shirtings, strictly all silk, just
right for ladies' blouses or men's shirts. A
wonderful bargain. Cash
a 01111 ioi a x
50 pieces of 40-inch Satin Charmeuse, every thread pure
silk, closely woven satin fade and good weight, in a com
plete assortment of colors for afternoon and street wear.
Old rose, prune, gray, taupe, green, brown, burgundy,
navy, gold, delft, midnight blue and black. (Ti nh
Sold elsewhere at $2.50. Thursday, Cash Price . tpl . 10
$2.00 Crepe de Chine, at $1.50
Just 10 pieces in this little lot, all we have
of this quality. A splendid heavy All-Silk
Crepe de Chine, really worth today $2.50.
40 inches wide. Colors are two shades of
navy, brown, Alice-blue, burgundy and
plum. While they rii-f rn
last, Cash Price $l,OU
$1.50. Dress Silk, 98c
2,000 yards of Novelty Dress Silks,
including All-Silk Foulards, Mili
tary Striped. Satins, Satin Striped
Taffeta. All good styles and colors.
Good values $1.50.
Thursday; Cash Price . .
v $1.75 Crepe de Chine,
30 pieces of 40-in. All-Silk Crepe
de Chine, in a good line of street
and evening shades ; a good, serv
iceable quality. Sold everywhere
at $1.50 and$1.75. (i or
Thursday, Cash Price. tpJLuD
$1.75 Dress Satins, at
20 pieces of 36-inch All-Silk dress
Satins, in navy, green, taupe,
brown, plum and black. Easily
worth $1.75, Thursday T- QQ
Cash Price J)-L.O
100 pieces of 36-inch Striped Satins,
in the smart military effects, me
dium colorings, splendid qualities
that we recommend to give satisfac
tion. The former prices were $2.00
and $2.50. See them (U-t Ar
Thursday, at.... epl.4o
Give Handkerchiefs for
; Christmas ,
Wa arc showing m most compIeU lin of Dainty
Handkerchief at Very Low Caih Price.
with white and
colored initials, 6
in a box. Special
Cash Price, at,
6 .in a bo
with fancy em'
Soecial. at, t
Women's Hand Madeira
Handkerchiefs, at, each,
A wonderful assortment
of Women's "All-Linen
hand embroidered cor
ners; special, Thursday,
at, each .25(
Men's All-Linen Hand
kerchiefs, with embroid
ered initials. 6 in a box.
Cash Price, Thursday, at.
Men's Plain Linen Hand
kerchiefs, i-ihch hem.
Special, Thursday, at,
BUY YOUR XMAS GROCERIES NOW
Canned Good, Dried Fruit, Cereal, Tea, Coffee, Spice, Freh
Fruit, Etc. We Hare the Largett and Finest Line in
the City Highett Quality, Lowed Prices.
B, rc sail a
For Your Xmas Pudding., Pies and
Cakaa, nsa our l.mou
Diamond H Flour, per
4 lbs. best Whlta or Vellow Cornm1.
5 lbn. fancy Carolina Head Rice.... 25c
Omaha Maid Macaroni or Spaghetti. ,
SS-os. jar Pure Apple Butter 2Se
16-ot. cans Condensed Milk 12',c
E. C. Corn Flakes, pkr BVsC
Jello or Advo Jell, for desaert, pkg. 10c
28-os. jar Purs Strained Honey. . . .35c
20-ox. jar Pure Fruit Preserves ... 25c
No. 2 cans Early June Peas ISc
No. ' S cans Fsnct Sweet Sugar Corn.
No. S cans Fancy Wax or String Beans,
No. 3 cana Colden Puitfpkin..k....)Oc
No. 3 cans Tomatoes ...15c
No. t cans Hominy, or 8auer KrautlSc
No. 1 cans Pork t Beans 7 Vic
No. t cans Pork & Beans ...,15c
CH-lb- box beat Soda Crackers .... 89c
No. 3 cans Fancy Table Peaches or
Apricots, put up in heavy syrup, per
DRIED FRUITS, NUTS, ETC, FOR
YOUR XMAS PUDDINGS, PIES
t Crown Muscatel Raisins. It". . ,12Vic
California heedless Raisins, lb.... 15c
California Bleached Sultana Raisins,
per lb 15c
California Italian Prunes, !h. 12'ic-lSc
California Muir Peaches, lb 15c
California Evaporated Apples, lb... 15c
Seeded Raisins, pkft 10c-12Vjc
The Br (st Lemon or Orange Peel, per
The Best Citron Peel, per lb 35c
New Shelled Walnuts, per lb 70c
New Shelled Pecsns, per lb 90c
New Shelled Blsck Walnuts, lb... 70s
New-Shelled Almonds, per lb.... '.60c
New California Figs, pkg 12V,c
California Fard Dates, per lb 30c
The Best Mixed New Nuts, lb 20c
New Shell-Bark Hickory Nuts. lb. .10c
New English Walnuts, per lb 25c
New filberts, per lb 22c
New Brazil Nuts, per lb 15c
New Soft Shell Almonds, lb 30c
Fancy Rice Pop-Corn, per lb.... 12 Vic
BUY A BOX OF APPLES NOW FOR
Fancy Yakima or Utah Jonathan Ap
ples, nothing finer esting,
PER BOX $1.75
15 lbs. best Ohio Potatoes 35c
Fresh Spinach, peck 25c
Fresh -Radishes. Carrots, Beets, Tur
nips or Shallots, buncb ...5c
Fsncy Head Lettuce, head. . .7y,c-10c
Hubbard Squash, lb 2c
Fancy Cranberries, lb .....15c
Pascal Celery, six stalks 25c
Michigan Celery, 3 stalks ...10c
Old Beets, Carrots, Turnips and Pars
nips or Rutabsgas, lb 2l,c
New Cabbage, lb 2'-;c
Buy a Glove Bond for
The most complete line of
Perrin's s Best French Kid
Glove Wet of Chicago for
Perrin's French Kid Gloves,
in black, white, tan, green,
navy, pastel and all new
shades, for dress and street
$2, $2.25, ?2.50; S3
"Famous Bacmo Washable
Gloves" in all the new shoe
shades, with embroidered
2.25, $2.50 and $3
A complete line of children's
dress and school gloves and
mittens, in kid, at.... 70
Also knit gloves and mittens
at, per pair.. 25, 60
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