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I 11 Lj 1 . i BRIDE'S DREAMS ARE SHATTERED RY UER UIIQRAMn English Girl Married O'Neill Soldier . Believing Him Wealthy Ranchman Returns to Parents. O'Neill. Neb.. Aug. 10. (Special.) Mrs. lilsie Hurst, deserted Eng lish war bride of Harry Hurst, Canadian ex-soldier, started oil her return from 'O'Neill to her parents' home at Laughton, Sussex, Eng land, her dream of a happy life on her husband's ranch in northern Ne braska rudely shattered. With her went her little son, a few months old. -. Her husband, now a fugitive, was not the prosperous ranchman of the tales told her when the Canadian troops were in camp in En'gland and hcrmty experience in ranch life was as a cook this summer on the big stock ranch of Jack McKenna, lead ing cattleman, a few miles nortU of O'Neill. Hurst, an Iowa orphan, enlisted in the Canadian forces before the United States went into the war and saw active service at the front, being wounded, gassed and shell shocked. He had worked on ranches around O'Neill previous to his enlistment. He met and married his bride while at an English hospital camp on his return from France and when ha was discharged they came to Ne braska, where, he had told her. he was the owner of a large stock ranch. - Soon Disillusioned. Her disillusionment on her arrival was followed soon after, when the little English girl was about to be ccme a mother, bv her husband's elopement witii a waitress at a local hotel. The cfhipie was captured at Minneapolis, stranded and without funds. Hurst having spent his own and his wife's money taken from her purse while she was ill. Both were recipients of money from the Cana dian government. Hurst was in jail here for a time, pleading guilty to wife desertipn, but was not sent to the penitentiary as the wife still loved him and wanted liim here when the baby came. She refused to have him nrosecifled for violation of the Mann act. For a ' f i . .... 1 .. n r. . .4 f - .1 1 . .'Ill rune aurr mc va mcuu i vim Hurst worked and displayed consid erable regard for his little family of wife rd baby. He was given the -t i f .1.. vr-v..i pCMUOlI Ol lUIClllrfll Ul mc .uvim lino ranch and removed thereto and re mained for several weeks. Husband Leaves Again. Then one day he left. The dis couraged ivife made no effort to have him brought back, but continued to stay on at thc ranch as a cook, al through before coming to America she had no experience whatever in any of the domestic arts. A collec tion raised by Mrs. George Long staff, wife of the Rev. George Ipng slaff of the O'Neill Presbyterian church, herself an English woman, at first was refused by the deserted wife and mother,, but at last, lonely and homesick, she overcame her pride and accepted the funds con tributed by sympathetic business men and members of the American Legion. School Census Shows Only 31 Gain; No New Buildings ' Grand Island, Neb., Aug. 19. (Special.) A deterrent effect in the building program of the Grand Island school district is likely to re sult from the . school census just completed in Hall county. In the . : ....... t . . 1 1 ...nA' I, ! I clinic euuuijr uinv ,11 miui v. vtm- dren of school age are shown than were enumerated in the census ot 1 last summer, and Grand Island's school children .number 3,665 as compared with 3.653 a year ago. Fully $250,000 of the allotted school amount will not be used this year , nor will the city attempt to use any of the $200,000 inj bonds voted for sewer construction until prices of labor and materials come down. Grand Army Post Gives Its Flag to American Legion Callaway, Neb., Aug. 19. (Spe cial). A patriotic service of unusual interest was held here when William Hayes Grand Army post presented its flag to Callaway post. Amer ican legion, owing to the fact that but six members of the grand army veterans remain and they are too feeble to carry on the work for which they organized over 25 years ago. The presentation of the flag was made by Department Com mander Presson of Lincoln and the address of acceptance was made by Attorney naroia prince or oranu Island. Beatrice Elks Will Hold , Pirnin and Dance Ann. 27 , Beatrice, Neb., Aug. 19. (Spe cial. The local lodge of Elks have decided to hold a picnic at Chautau qua park on August 27. There will be races and other sports. Prizes . will be offered by the business men. There will be a ball in the evening in the Elks club rooms. Four Racing Events Each Day at. Holt Courtfy Fair O'Neill, Neb.. Aug. 19. (Special). Twelve events,' four each day, com prise the race program at the Holt county fair at O'Neill Tuesdaj-, Wed nesday and Thursday of next' week. ' Eighty-seven horses already have been cn red. Rain Helps Late Corn. Grand island. Neb., Aug. 19. (Special). While early corn was ' not yet in need, 1at$ planted corn was helned much by a two-and-one-third-inch rain received just when it was beginning to show lack of noisjure. Steal Honey From Hives. Beatrice, Neb., Aug. IV. Special; Thieves visited the home of Syl vester Younar of Glcnover and car ried away about $50 worth of honey which they took from, becnives. , Corn Gets Needed Rain. Beatrice. -Neb.. Aug. 19. (Spe cial.) Showers fell in this section of the state coming at a time when late corn is badly in need of mois ture. ' ' Bodies dt Soldier Dead Will Arrive Here Today Nebraska and Iowa Boys Who Were Killed in Action ki France Will be Taken Home From Omaha. . Bodies of eight Nebraska and Iowa soldiers who were killed in action on the wostcrn front in the l ite war will arrive in .Omaha today, tarn Gunyan said yesterday. This will make the fourth ship ment of bodies of American dead from overseas to be received m Omaha, but will comprise ihe, first shipment of hero dead, killed in ac tion. ... The bodies wil; be conta ned in larinn all steel casket. adopted by the War .department for the return ot American so micrs buried in France, and each will be draped with a replica of the .'lag for which they died. No Omaha Dead. There will be no- Omaha uead in this shipment, which comes from France by way of New York and Chicago. . Definite time of arrival nas not been received by Capt. C. I. Gun yan. of the Omaha army depot, to whom the shipment U consigned "A detachment of troops from Fort Crook will meet the train if it NEBRASKA DEMOS RALLY TO G. 0. P. AGAINST LEAGUE Survey of State Shows Opposi tion to Cox Growing in Strength. , Franklin A. Shotwcll. chairman of the executive committee ot the Harding-Coolidgc club of Nebraska, has made a preliminary political sur vey of the counties of this state. One of the features of that survey is an indication that a well-defined opposition exists throughout the state to Governor Cox on the league or nations issue. , Mr. Shotwell's statement follows: Finds Deep Interest. "I have completed a survey of political conditions in Nebraska. This survey covers all of the coun ties in the state and I find there is a deep interest in the republican na tional ticket and outside of Douglas county there is stro.ng opposition to Governor Cox, particularly on the league issue and his wet position. - "Many democrats have written to our headquarters that they will not support Governor Cox. "In Dougtas county, Governor Cox has some following on account jf his position on the liquor question, but this is somewhat neutralized by his advocacy of the Wilson league of na tions. , Demos for Harding. "In short, Senator Harding has a united party behind him in this state and he will receive a large demo cratic vote. ' -"T i, .l.ptmn wore to be licM at this Wme Senator Harding would jcarry the state by a large majority. "Hardmg-coonage ciuus aic ui ing organized in each district and the republicans of this state are working in perfect harmony for the success of the national ticket." Expect to Find. Oil Close To Surface Near Rushville Rushville, Neb., Aug. 19. (Spe :i'v n;i Inrliratinnc have been v.iai;. 1 1 ...... . . found on the M. Gillespie ranch, 19 tound on me ;vi. vjiiicni'ic ....., 'ijnuHi. w. .5-, , " , f T ,'11 a V vnprts-Aonflirtstp fnr rnncrrps allrl Knill ( r. limes norm ui who have been over the ground say the outcropping formation indicates that oil may be found at a very shal low depth. . , . t n.i or.;atict have organized a developing company and drilling will start as soon as maciuncry can set up. Fremont Says Population . Is 9,604Jnstead of 7,570 Fremont, Neb., Aug. .19. (Spe cial Telegram.) On the basis of as surance from the private' secretary of Census Supervisor Phelps -of Howells. Fremont claims a popula tion of 9,604 instead of the govern ment figure of 7.570 announced Thursday. The promise has been se cured by the local Commercial club f rUa-r at Wa chintrton and a new announcement Friday of the official figures. ' Llovd George Denies He v Plans Visit to Canada London, Aug. 19. Premier Lloyd George does not contemplate any trip to Canada or the united States, it was announced officially today - Moderate Irish to Meet London. Aucr. 19. Irishmen of moderate views concerning Do minion home rule will meet atpub t,n nivt Tiipsnav. ' This meetine. says a Dublin dispatch to the Daily Mail, has been endowed v.iiii con siderable importance by the change in policy in Uowning street. bawssA Ifeir Proceed By Cuticura- Cutieora kilt dandruff, tops Hchinf. the out of dry, thin and falling hair. Treatment: Gently rub Cuticura Oint ment with the end of the finger, on apota of dandruff and itching. Follow next morning with a hot ahatnpoo of Cuticura Soap. Repeat in two week. Nothing better than theae fragrant, auper-creainy emoUienta for all akin and scalp troubles. uptatMkrTMtrtbll. UearXI u..tx nCIIF MllfrJ M " gM wbvs. 8olK. OintBaUSlwieMe. Wteifc arrives at a reasonable hour," Cap tain Gunyan said yesterday. No MHitary Display. "From this detachment, one man wili be assigned to each casket as -n l-nnnr crraftl nf OIK to aCCOniO.HlV tho borlv :o it former home. There will be Jto nrlitary display in Omaha." Cnna ill- t..Hici will be taken from here to small towns in Iowa end Nebraska, it is expected, how ever, that memorial services will r.rrangcd with military funeral serv ices at those points. Rnic tn he received in Omaha today are those of the following soldiers: Irvin Bi'ilc, 313th sanitary train. Ceresco, Neb.; Ernest Kent. 331st inlantrv Scotibltf. Neb.; . George H B'rouditi n, 330th infantry, Modalc, la.; CUrence Dcoboer. 106th infavtry. Ashton. Ia.; Carl Kocster, th fic.d artillery. Faul lin.i, la.; Herman Lcsline, 330th in fantry, Logan, la.; and Sergt. Clay ton Posey, Cnmp Pike, Sioux City, la. 7 REDS' POSITION IS SATISFACTORY TO LEON TR0TZKY War Mi linister Generally With Progress of Pleased With Progress Bolshevik Armies. Moscow. Aug. 19. Soviet Russia s pos'tion on both the Polish and souih Russian fronts was pro nounced "generally satisfactory" by Leon, Troizky. bolshevik war min ister, in an address today before the Moscow soviet Discussine Jie military situation. Tratzky declared that "on the front yga nst white Poland, our red troops have fulfilled the fundamental part of their task. The holding up of our advanced troops before Warsaw in no way alters the affairs, all the more as the Polisn trout is cuviaea into two-parts, military and diplo matic, and possesses two centers. W.ir.ww and the other in Minsk. ' , Tii nran n-irntiatioiis at Minsk are of exceptional importance, be- caure thev are developing on mc unstable foundation of a stormy movement r.mong the workers. Oreat Britain alro !- paying through an unheard of display of excitement among her workers in connection with the peace negotiations Dctween Rti'sia and Poland. "On r.pnpra v rangers front we are opening the gates wide to our enemies, nut we snail assault mem in the flank and rear. 1 he fate ot the revolution will be decided in the Tolish front. This is why we hnvo rnnri'iitrated our forces ill tllC u-octanrl tr nnlw leavincr nosls Oil the southern front to hold up Wran- gel s advance. Grand Island Labor Union Will Celebrate Labor Day CrnrtA Tclanrl - Mph Allff. 19 (Special.) The local Central Labor union is making arrangements for Ia ornpral nhsprvatinn of Labor day, Monday, September 6, and an nounces frank U tsoiien, tarmer- laknr rarwlidat fnr attnrnpv cpneraJ. judge Harry S. Dugan, democratic . , ptoiley, candidate lor state senator, as speakers. Not Much Money ; f Especially When Spent for One of Those a Genuine Aeolian Pianola Pianos " A Real Pianola Ha Exclusive Expreion Derice Not Found in Ordinary Play erf. I We guarantee them the best value for $795 Come, See and Hear for Yourself Payments Arranged to Suit ii..ilWi:il.luli:lil 1 SOMERSET COAL j For Hard or Soft Coal Furnace I S V i I Anthracite coal is hard and hard to get. I I Somerset, Colorado, bituminous coal is also I I hard, and the hottest coal we can secure, and 1 we have it in stock at all our yards. Prompt de- I liveries assured if orders are placed immediately. Updike Lumber 6 Coal Co. ; t Central Oflice: 45th and Dodge St. Phone Walnut 300. f 43d and Charles St., Phone Walnut 557. h, t m i i i ill l i i .V i i i l RAINFALL MAKES RECORD CROP OF CORN CERTAINTY All Chance of Danger to Yield In Nebraska Removed by Rain Last - Night. That season history assured Nebraska's corn crop this , will be the largest in the of tiie state was Wednesday night and early vesterdav when ram, p&tim:i trrl tn have done .thou sand nf wollars worth of Eood to farms in this state fell on the rich i farming section. According to rioorts received yes terday t the local weather bureau. Xirand Ii'.and recchd the most rainfall during the Inst 24 hours, it was estimated mat more than an inch of rain fell iir the vicinity of that city. Lincoln re ceived a hcay rain, as did fairbury and towns in that section of the sU,e' x- u i " Ti, rni rrryi in rvebraska is re ported to be in excellent condition, and with tne rain or t cmu-suaj night and yesterday. coupled with a little sunshine, there is no reason, agriculture experts say, why the Cornhuskcr state should not produce one of the largest ai d best crops of corn this year in the history of Nebraska. Railroad officials in Omaha, antici pating the record-breaking corn crops, are irra"king strenuous efforts the freicht car shortage. A larze number of cars have been ordered for this state. Automobile trucks will be pressed in'to service in the country if the sufficient number of freight cars are not distributed to the farming sec tions of the state, it is said. The trucks will transport the grain to elevators, where it will be stored un til freight cars are available. x According to M. V. i Robbins, Omaha's acting weather prophet, roads in this section of the state are in poor condition for automobile traffic because of the late rains. Democratic Candidate Is Arrested for fndecency Atlanta, Ga.. Aug. 19. Thomas E. Watson, candidate for the demo cratic nomination for the senate was arrested at a hotel in Bufford. Ga., last night on a charge of public in decency," after he. had appeared in a corridor clad in nis nigiii gar ments.! The police chict at Bufford i-,;a fr tt'atsnn haH started a dis turbance in'the lobliy. asserting that men paid by ins political opponents were disturbing his rest. He was held m $000 bond. The Sugar Saver I among cereal foods 1 Crape-Nuts No added sweetening needed. Konll like the appeal ing flavor of this sugar-saving food. SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE! ' They : Are Differ ent (Dakford MOsric Co. 1807 Farnam St. Omaha, Neb. 15th and Webeter St., Phone Doligla 4452. l i i i t in i 'i i iiii i i r e Bids for Construction Of Jhree Submarines Opened aLWashington Washington, Aug. 19. Bids for the construction of the remaining six submarines of the nine authorized in the 1916 three-year building pro gram, were opened today, the low est bid being that of the Bethlehem ship building corporation for two vessels at $4,554,000 each or six at S3.490.000 each. Action was deferred. The six submarines will be similar to the three now building at the Portsmouth, N. IL, navy yard, with a length of" more than 300 feet, dis placement around 2,000 tons and a surface speed of 21 knots. The flotilla will mark an enormous ad vance in the development of under sea craft ip the American navy and vessels were designed to embody all lessons derived from the war, .i cruising radius of almost 20,000 miles will permit them to accompany the fleet, Prisoners Reach Warsaw ' Warsaw. Aug. 19. (By The As sociated Tress.) Soviet prisoners are pouring into Warsaw in such numbers that it is becoming a prob lem how to care for them. Voile Dresses House and street wear; sizes 36 to 46; attractive colors and models; 4.00 and 6.00 O OQ values, at OV Wash Skirts Skirts of linon, repp, pique or crash, in white and colors; worth 1.00 to 1.50; CQr special, JiC' Batement Arcade Brooms Made of good grade corn; four times sewed; painted handles; special, OQ each, at . Stamped Skillets Pure aluminum; highly polT ished and finished; number 7 size; very special;" ACkn each, at t7C Wash Tubs Galvanized iron with drop handles; number 1 size; spe cially priced, 98c Batement Weil Window Shades Mill seconds; light and dark green; 28 and. 30 inches wide, 6 feet long; complete Atg with fixtures, each, tOC Batemeni South Women's Union Suits Cotton, sleeveless, short sletve and bodice top style; white and pink; shell lace at tight kne; 1.00 and 7Ckg 1.25 values, suit, JC Women's Vests Cotton; shaped sleeveless; trimmed with mercerized tape; sjzes 34, 36 and 38; OP 50c values, at 40C Child's Hose Mercerized ; black, white and brown; sizes 5 to 9; slight seconds of 85c QQ quality, per pair, 017C Men's Socks Mercerized; black, brown, navy, gray and pongee; double soles; all sizes, at 1 C 35iv pair, or 3 pair, 1 SJ Women's Vests Cotton ribbed; taped, sizes 36 and 38; 15c values; CJL, special Friday, each, atwgv Batement Center Curtain Remnants And drapery accumulated " during season, atl Dvra exactly yfcrrice Drapery Madras . Remnants; all desirable col ors in bird and floral designs; desirable lengths; worth 1.98 on bolt; yardr QQ at Odd Curtains One table full in lace and scrim; some can be matched; good values, each fQ priced at y 3ZfC 50 Pieces Scrim Plain and fancy patterns; some hemstitched ends; 36 inches wide; 29c value; 1 Q special, this sale, yard, 117C 750 Grass Rugs Extra heavy and durable Size 18x36, worth AQ 79c, i7C Size 27x54, worth QQ 1.98, Batement South House Dresses A special purchase, for women and misses, at a price way BeloV usual. Made of good, serviceable ginghams and percales, in size 36 to 46; reg ular 75 and 2.00 1 OQ values! special, at 10J i Batement Arcade FRIDAY NOTIONS Boys' and Girls' Skeleton Waists, ea., 39 Women's and Children's Garters, pr., 15 Stocking Feet, all sizes, per pair, 5 "Shoe Trees, per pair, 10( Rick Rack Braid, 12-yard bolt for 35 Hooks and Eyes, Dress Clasps, Safety Pins, to close out, 8 cards for 25d Brandeis Stores Basement South Edwin R. Bergdoll Is Convicted as Slacker; Gets 4 Years In Prison i New .York. Aug. 19-Erwin R. BergdolL of Philadelphia has been found guilty of desertion from the army by evading the draft and sen tenced to four years' hard labor at Fort Leavenworth, it was announced today at Governor's Island. Immigrants Coming to U. S. At Rate of 5,000 Each Day Washington,. Aug. 19. More than 5.000 immigrants are arriving dtily at Ellis Island, the Uepartmc'it of Labor announced. Despite unfavor able conditions, approximately TO0, 000 immigrants arrived during the 12 monthsNended Tint- 30, as com pared with 141,132 during the cor responding period the year bi'f6re, and the record of l.:5.349 in 1907. Foreign steamships have reported all available accommodations for a year in advance have been booked. Originally imported as an attrac tive flowering shrub, the prickly pear i? proving itself a menace to vegeta tion in several regions ot Friday, A Silk Regular 3.95 to 5.95 O fig Values on Sale at y y Some as Low as lz Price! the markets for real values at popular pricewnd this sale the result. Shipment just received ! An on sale Friday, in some cases Of Crepe de Chine in Flesh Color About 1,050 of these chemise are a special purchase, ii. . .11... 1 r.ft frnm nnr Vpcil lar stock. They are all ine inner - .. well made garments, cut full and roomy, of good quality crepe de chine, in flesh color only. Crisp, new merchan dise, just unpacked. They have straight tops on am trimmprl in daintv v,, i'a0t0 of laro nr tucked Georeette. All sizes are nave Aii..Tv. i.? va. " v represented, and every garment is 01 exceptional y t-v i ,ni-v, fmm x uf tn laiuc, nwim BranJeis Stores Sale of Women's Low Shoes $4 to 7.50 Low White Shoes and Novelty Tie Oxfords 7.50 Values O AC for Women atJ A Hrpssv shop, in Havana brown. bhvek glazed kid and pliable patent leather; medium military heels and very flexible soles; sizes O IC ? to 8 : special, pair, Brandeis Stores Special! Friday and Saturday Big Sale of 1,475 Pairs Men's and Young Men's Trousers Sizes 28to4bWaist Special, per ,iair at A fortunate chance! Not for some time have we offered such a sale as this. A com plete assortment of materials and patterns in . garments for every occasion or for work. Cheviots, Cassimeres, and Worsteds Tii n 4 IIia le V i man uuoi uic wiatciiaio inai u nnui anu tuat niu 1c nilU j;ivc satisfaction. Tailoring is strictly first-class and every desired color i - aj T;J j n . i . ana paiiern represenieq. rriaay pair, Brandeis Stores Extra! Pearl White Soap 10 r 44c Basement West Kentucky Governor Launches Hot Attack On Administration Newton, Mass., Aug.- 19. The democratic admin Ktration was. ar raigned by Gov. Edwin P. Morrow of Kentucky, the principal speaker at a mass meeting of the Associated Republican clubs of Massachusetts in honor of Governor Coolmge. n "The real issue in this campaign he said, "is that we want to get rid of the democratic administration. We have had enough of it." Governor Coolidge who presided, said the United States was confront ed with a crisis which havl as its issue restoration of America "to the pood graces and confidence of na tions abroad" and establishment ot an ordcrlv government at limine un der the constitution." He paid high tribute to Senator Harding. Messages of congratulations were read from leaders in many states, in cluding Senator Hiram Johnson of California. Senator HardiNg sent a peponal message corgratu latinif Massachusetts republicans "thai their distinpuished governor lias added so much to the strength of the republican rational ticket Wonderful Sale of Just 1,200 Envelope Chemise exceptions iv as low as one-half price. with ribbon snoumer siraps, laces and insertions. Some mm h.Mf; sneciai. ea.cn. mtw r , , Basement Arcade A wonderful chance! A sale of white pumps, white oxfords, white colonials in canvas, buck and combinations of kid white cloth boots., Military heels. French heels, covered heels and low walking heels; hand turned or welted soles. Sizes somewhat broken, but every shoe worth 4.00 to 7.50 a pair; spe cial, this sale, J No exchange, refunds or returns. 450 Pairs Pumps, Oxfords, Colonials For Women O JQ Special, Pair -S.OIJ In black kid and patent leather; sizes- are not com nlete. but assortment is 'good; regular 6.00 values; special, v O fQ I par, Basement- -East 4.95 m dress, outing j Serges nrant n A flat aril1 im m ,1 ana aaiuraay, , A QC Tl0 Basement Mens Store DRUG SPECIALS 25c Mavis Talcum Powder, special, 19 25c Pond's Vanishing Cream, 17 39c Bathing Caps, to'close out, 14 25c Face Powders in assorted odors, 10 12c Andrew Jergen's Glycerine Soap, g 1.25 Hot Water Bottles or Fountain Syringes, v 75 Brandeis Stores Basement Bargain Square I f)ontaskfor corn flakes askfor JERSEY Cornflakes ' And 'earn the ti JerseyDiffatncc The original thick flakes stay crisp in milk qrocev iOl-B Bee Want Ads I'roduce ' Results. ChA Wash Dresses . r!nnUnm ort1 nniTftlftft With IUIIUI O I Vi Va-- in? materials; aome popular worth 1.50 to 2.00; t OQ Friday, at Basement Arcade Art Linen J?npiallv for art and needle work: natural color: 36 inches wide ; for the one day, 1 O C per yard, Xe4iJ Scarfs T.nre trimmed, of pure white embroidery cloth; slightly mussed, but worth 59c; QQ. special, at i Table Cloths mn Tnhln r,lolis of mercer ized damask, for lunch or break fast use; 54-mch size; hemmed, ready for use; worth 1 C A 2.00, at Face Cloths 1,500 Bleached Turkish Wash Cloths, blue or pink bor- C ders ; while lot lasts, each, Satin Spreads ' Fine oualitv satin, hemmed ends; very attractive patterns; large size; special, C AO each, at Basement South Fancy Outing Flannel ' Extra heavy with warm fleecy nap; 36 inches wide; regular 48c value ; special, at, Q Q per yard, Oi7C Kimono Flannel Mill remnants, Persian and floral designs; for kimonos, wrappers or house dresses; spe cial value, 974 at, yard. - & I 2 V Mill Remnants Indigo, Chambray and Chev iots, assorted staple stripes; for men's work shirts, jumpers, children's rompers; 32 inches wide; 10 to 20-yard OP lengths; special, yard, OOC Shirting Madras Good range of patterns and colors for men's shirts, boys' blouses or pajamas; 36 inches wide; 59c values; OQ yard, Ji7C Cotton Challie, Assorted colors and designs; for comforter coverings or wrappers; 36 inches wide; 39c value; 10-yard limit to OO. customer, at . 64C Bookfold Percale Dress, wrapper and shirting styles; light and dark colors; new patterns; 36 inches wide; 48c value; , Q.Q yard, OivC Apron Gingham Guaranteed full standard quality; wanted blue and brown, checks and broken styles; 35c value; yard, at Unbleached Sheeting A heavy round thread quality for sheets and pillow cases; 36 inches wide; 35c qual- QC ity; at s4JC Longcloth Beautiful soft mellow finish; free vfrom dressing; 36 inches wide; 5 to 15-yard lengths; 69c value; AQ special, at TrOC Bleached Pillow Cases 150 dozen, size 42x36; made of remnants of muslin and sheeting; 46c values; Of special, at OOC Basement North 200 Dresses These are not late styles, but materials are real values; for misses or small women; in heavy sateen, novelty cloths, shepard checks and few serges; special, each OQ at Basement Arcade '