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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1920)
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The marriage of Misj Geraldine
failing, daughter of Mrs. Frank
Sailing, and Delbert Myers took
place Thursday evening at the Sail
ing home. Rev. E. L Reese officiat
ing. The room were decorated in
pink chrysanthemum A. VV. Boh
ren sang "Because." The attendants
were Helen Sailing, sister of the
bride, and Frank ifardy of Missouri
Valley, la. Mr. and Mrs. Myers are
at home at the Dora apartments,
1029 South Twenty-ninth street.
Sunday Afternoon Tea. .
, Quite delightful was the informal
. musical tea given Sunday afternoon
' by Miss Mary Munchhoff at her
home for Miss Lorraine Proulx, a
t)Hde-to-be. Sluided lights and pink
roses formed the decorations, i
Vocal numbers were given by
Mrs. H. L. Arnold, Mrs. C. C. Cope,
jr.; Ruth Colby Beiber, Gertrude
A,nthVs, Myrtle Frances Wyatt, Jes
sie Piersou Mitchell, Harriet Metz
. Sclinorr and Miriam Barrows Samp
son. Miss Ruth Rockford accom
panied the singers. Miss Adelyn
Wood gave several piano numbers.
Mtss Ruth Kinsler poured tea.
Miss Munchhoff wore a gown of
silver cloth combined with net.
Miss Proulx, wore brown satin
. combined with , brightly figured
ueorgettc, ,and she wore a large hat
of cerise velvet.! ;
V Miss Jessie Millard will have as
; l'r guests at the. Humane society
IjRquet Tuesday evening at the
Fontenelle,! Misses Lydia Wilson.
May Mahoney audj Blanche Soren
son. . " . '
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Roberts will
entertain Mr. and Mrs. George Up
dike, Dorothy Roberts and Henry
Chapman of Burlington, Vt.
Dining together will be Messrs.
and Mesdames W. W. Bradley, F.
W. Smiley, A. L. Bradley and H. S.
; Others who have made reservation
include C T. Hubbard, W. B. Tagg,
Mrs. M. A. Maul, J. R. Ringwalt,
Amy B. King, A. E. Baldwin, Rev.
E. H. Jenks, J L. Paxton, Carrie
Ada Campbell. John W. Welch. D.
L. Sprecker, N. B. Updike, Mrs. G.
A. JoSlyrt, H. H. Baldrige, T. E.
Davidson, Lucien Stephens, C. L.
Farnsworth, M. A. Hall, Dr. H. C
There1 will be a meeting of the
executive committee of the Delphian
t .'ociety Thursday afternoon at 2
o'clock, at the Biackstone hotel, pre
' reding the opening lecture on "The
Elizabethan Drama," by Mrs. Ida
Cruse McFarlane of Denver univer
. sity. which will be given at 3 o'clock,
The executive committee mem
bers are: ,' Mesdames C C. Belden,
A. L. Fernald, A. L. Patrick, George
Mickel, H.-K.;Shafer, George Plat
r,er,,A. M. Longwell, Albert Parma
lee, ; Edward Phalen and Victor
- Kropp. . ,'
Members of the society may in
Oite guests for the opening lecture.
' Hallbwe'en Party. 1 "
I .'A Hallowe'en party was given in
naor oi Mies Alice Matthews at tier i
honw v' Saturday evening, ., Those
' present were 'Misses Loretta Ma-!
honey, ' Margaret Norris, Estelle
Kenney, Winifred pempsey, Lucille
Met, Anna Rochs, Wilma Baird,
Peggy Dugsdale - and Alice Mat
thews; Messrs. John Dee, Walter
VVhitcomb, Leo McCabe, Jack Tray
fior, John Gillan, Steve Markovitz,
Paul Briarty, Jack Gibson, Ben Gib
son and Roy Boyion.
. . J) ancing Parties. ; ,
" The 1 Young Judea , Council of
Omaha, which is supported by 12
Young Judea orfynizations in the
city,, wilt give their fourth annual
dance; November 7 at the Kelpine's
academy. On Wednesday evening
of this week the Knights of Zion,
which js affiliated with the Young
Judea Council, will hold amasquer
liue Koppel, Bernice Smitn, Harriet
j Todd and, Virginia, Todd.
. -h Surprise Party. '
Members- of George Crook Wo
man's Relief corps gave a surprise
luncheon Friday in honor of Mrs.
Marie Baxter. The luncheon, which
was held at the Baxter home, was
. served on dishes 90 years old, which
were brought from England by Mrs.
Baxter's mother. Covers "were
placed for 35. -
The guests spent the afternoon
' making rag rugs for the Old Peo-
pie's. Home. ; fi.i
; Halloween Party.
Members of Chapter B. P. of the
P. E. O. tisterhood will hold their
" annual Halloween party Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Patton, 320
; South Fiffy-sccond street
1 M. V. Robins entertained seven
guests at the Rialto Saturday after
f noon in honor of the tenth birthday
anniversary of iSs daughter. Edith
Victoria. The guests included Ger
trude Siefkin, Marjorie Datis, Pau
line Koppol, Bernice Smith, Harriett
Todd andtyirigtnia Todd. ,
of head cr throat ts utualty
benefited hv the vaoara of '
, Owr 17 Million Ian IW VWfo
Anemic People Need
Anemia people ar uiually. thin, Tal,
flue, aiscoaratea, nervous wrecks; snow
ing that lack of inn in, the blood is alt
too frequently accompanied by a run-down
nervous - system due , to leek of ikhos-
choroua. Strmnrth. hlth, vim, vigor
and energy depend almost entirely on
. making up this deficiency , in iron and
Unqoeitionably ojje of the beat things
for this purpose is the great French dis
coeerr known among our druggists as
Blood-Iron Phosphate. Folks who have
tried it say that one five-grain tablet with
each meal Quickly restores depleted nerv
ous energy, enriches the blood, increase
strength, vitality and endurance, and those
who are thin usualty put on pounds of
solid star-there fleta in a short time.
, Inasmuch as Sherman ft HcConneil Co.
knd all other druggists are authorised to
sell Blood-Iron Phosphate under a guaran
tee of satisfaction ir- money back, every
thin, weak, nervous- fcr anemie man or
woman should aire it a trial without delay.
Important Blood-iron Phoepaate is
aid only in original packages, containing
eaouga for throe weeks' treatment, at
llJOpsr package only SO ceats a week.
Costume for Sports
By GERTRUDE BERESFORD.
In this costume jade srreen flannel
is the fabric from which the slip
over coat is fashioned. Black stitch
ing plays a prominent part on this
model. It is used to outline the
slashed openings in the front, the
euflts, the dropped arm seams and
the capacious depths of the pockets.
A narrow belt of black patent leather
is held in place at the waistline,
where it is slipped through mother-o'-pearl
buckles. The coat is faced
with heavy white silk, which, matches
that used for the knife-pleated skirt.
The black felt hat is banded with
white flannel caught with a mother-o'-pearl
By HELEN DECIE
Younar women living in hotels or
apartments who breakfast habitually
at the same table need not become
intimate friends because of that ac
cidental association. On the other
hand, common civility demands that
no member of the group shall be ig
nored without serious reason. In a
recent sketch of this series a man's
"easy negligence of manner m a
similar case points a good example
to women who overdo reserve to the
point of cruelty. ' ,
A woman sure of her social posi
tion is never afraid to show a little
courtesv to another woman with
whom she happen to be grouped by
temporary circumstance. She finds
it easy to say good morning when
she comes to the table and to bow
as she leaves, even if she does not
care to enter into conversation. No
well-bred woman would be guilty of
the rudeness of reading papers or
letters at table without even a brief
"pardon me" to her bread-and-butter
E. M. Reynolds - left Saturday
evening to spend a short time in
Boston. , V v
tiaa Katliprinf! Revnolds. a stu-
jn a tho TTnivi-rsitv of Nebraska.
spent the w Hk -end in Omaha.
Miss Mary Revnolds Wallace!, sis
ter of Mrs. W. F. Curtis, who has
heen visitine in Omaha, leaves Tues-
day for her home in Cambridge,
Mass. ; - '. .
Rebekah State Assembly.
Mr. Tannic Paddock and Mrs.
Anna Herbst returned Friday from
the 37th annuar. session ot tne tce
bekah state assembly, which con
vened in Hastings, Neb. Miss Veta
Paddock of the Belle Rebekah lodge
No. 303, was named musician for
the 38th annual session to be held
in Lincoln, Neb. i v f
, Tuesday Clubs.
George A. Caster Belief Corps Tuesday,
t p. m., Memorial hall, court house.
Omaha Spanish Club Tuesday, S p. m.,
tie .Patterson block. Hallowe'en party.
H. K. 1 P. Club Tuesday evening, sup
per and dramatic art. Social Settlement
bouse. , j ,
Ixwmls Chautauqua Circle Tuesday, 5
p. m.. T. W. C A. Mrs, E. W. Kolterman,
leader. . ,
Bnslneeg Girls' League Tuesday. Lafav
ette club, supper, t;0p. ra. Dramatic
clase, T:9 p. m.. Miss Sthel Mulholland,
Instructor. l '
Tnarfatlner Chantaoua Circle Tues
day, J p. m., MS Brandeis theater build
ing. Mrs. Ella Conneil. leader.
V. & Orkat Belief Corps Kensington-
Tuesday, s:sw P. m.i at me nome 01 nrn.
B. O. Sweasy, 4768 North Twenty-fourth
street: .( '
Omaha Waman'a Club. Public fpraklng
Department Tuesday, 16 a. m.. T. W. C.
A. Prot Edwin Pals, Instructor. Mrs. O.
T. Krlng, leader. ,
Omaha Truth Center Tuwrtay, I p m.,
SOI Patterson block, Seventeenth and Far
ram streets. Subject. "What Is Evil?"
Francis 3. Gable of Lincoln, leader.
South Omaha Woman's Club, Horn
Economic Department Tueaay 1:30 p.
m., with Mrs. B. R. Leigh, SS1( A street.
Mrs. Edward Barson will tell how to make
Omaha Woman's Club,' Current Toulos
Department Tuesday. 1 p. ra., Bible lee
son, "The Power Given the Disciples,"
second chspter of Acts. Japanese situa
tion and current events. 2:30 p. ra, Mrs.
Mary I. Crelgh, leader, will tell an Ameri
Omaha Businesa Woman's Clan Tu su
dsy, :S0 p. m., banquet at the T. W. C: A.
Title closes tne campaign lor now mem
bers. Membership committee will hare
charge of the program. Totntxnlatress,
Mrs. Maude Adair: .speakers. Miss Itabel
HalL Mtss Ions Duffy. Mlie fay Rasmus-
sen and Miss Dora Hendrlck. Reservations
for ban gust must be made by Monday
noon, at .1. w. c a, oiuce.
Problems That Perplex
- Answered By
' A Sneak.
My Dear Misa Fairfax; Would you
plead answer this question as aoon
aa possible? There Is a fellow whom
I think a great deal of, but he has
been married before, and is trying
to get a divorce. My parent don't
think I should go witn him on ac
count of him being married, but I
don't feel like giving him up on that
account He got married when he
waa not any older than 16. and now
he is but 21. I sure think a lot of
him and if he got his divorce I
would marry him. Don't you think
we Would get along together? He
treats me lovely and says he would
do anything for ' me. Would you
please answer' this in , Thursday
night's paper?. Thanking you in ad
vance I am anxiously waiting your
reply, : v - ;.. DISGUSTED. ,
Happiness la not built upon dis
honor and deceit This man is being
most dishonorable toward his wife.
Why' should you expeot him to be
any better toward you if 1 you en
trusted your happiness to him. In
stead of "treating you lovely" as you
say, he is in reality insulting you
by assuming you would accept at
tentions from a married man. There
are hundreds of men who Have won
girls by telling them thuy are not
in love with their wives und would
like a divorce. Many of these men
have no intention of getting divorces.
Put this man out of your Hre. The
only way he can prove his sincerity
is to get his divorce and offer you
honorable love. He is now acting
the part of a sneak, a coward, a liar,
and you are no betetr than he, in
encouraging him. V ,1-
Miss Rose: Wo suggest that you
write the physical director of the T.
W. C. A. for a set of exercises such
as you require.
Myrtle A: You may not be too
young to go with boys, but you have
too little sense, judging from your
tetter. ' ; . ;v-
- Doris: Fay no attention to people
who lie about you. Do right and
people will eventually learn to re
spect' you. t- -' : v.
Beth: Don't be impatient with the
young man. Perhaps if he knows
you would enjoy a movie or theater,
he would take you. It you really
like him, give him an opportunity tq
discover what your pleasures are.
You could even tell him and he
would not resent it if you use good
manners in so doing. Being "tight"
is not altogether a fault Perhaps
the young man is saving for a nice
home for the right girl. That's bet
ter than wasting money on every girl
he goes with. , - -
Notes fit Interest to
, ;! Women w'
The first writings of Alice Cary
were published when she was 18.
Women in North Carolina out
number i the men bv" more than
A n,n rtih finuce te hprncr nlnnnerl
tw tii Riisinces anrl Professional
Women's club of San Francisco.
Miss Elizabeth May Rhodes; iust
returned from Europe, is the first
woman wireless operator to go to
New York Girl SconVwin "child
nurse" badges by taking babies for
outings in the parks y while the
mothers work or rest : ,
Madame Kefentad, one of the most
clever and progressive women of
Russia, is head ot Lunacharzky s
department of child welfare.
Hindu women delegates to the re
cent suffrage convention at Geneva,
Switzerland, reported great progress
in the condition of women ins.the
Orient. ' K . ij $ '
" Dr. Irene Diner. M. A.. B. A., has
been awarded the doctor of phi
losophy degree by.. New; York uni
versity for her work in commercial
chemistry. ' . ' :. - .
Heavy woolen stockings which are
worn out in the feet may be cut up
for bathing suits for v?ry pmall chil
dren. Two pairs of stockings are
enough for a suit i i
After 32 years' waiting. Miss Han
ds Smith, debarred from the Insti
tute of Chartered Accountants be
cause of her sex, has been admitted
and becomes the first and only wom
an chartered accountant in the
The heels of rubbers wear out'be
cause of the friction of the sharp
leather heel of the shoe.. Line the
heel of the rubber with soft tissue
paper; this makes the heel fit better
and the leather heel can't cut
through the rubber. ,
Miss Winifred Graham, the noted
English novelist, is advocating the
establishment of - an international
marriage bureau, the object of
which would be to find husbands
for the millions of girls otherwise
doomed to spinisterhood.
Among the many possessions of
the late Gaby Deslys, French actress
and dancer, was a beautiful villa
near Marseilles, with garden and
shrubbery, which will become a
home for the consumptive children
"California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
Accept "California" Syrup of Figs
uniy iook tor . tne name . vauiornia
on the package, then you are Sure
your child is having the best and
most harmless physic for the little
stomach, liver and bowels. Children
love its fruity taste. Full directions
on each bottle. You must say Cal
ifornia," I " .
HOLDING A HUSBAND
Adele Garrison's New Phase of
Revelations of a Wife
What Madge Discovered in Ma J.
There are rare and pleasant occa
sions that stand out in one's mem
ory like beautifully cut jewels. One
of the most memorable in my life is
the pre-nuptial dinner which Aunt
Dora Paige gave to her beloved
grandniece, Leila. Not for any par
ticularly personal Importance that it
had in my life does its recollection
linger with me, but because it was
my first introduction to an old
southern home, clinging tenaciously
to the ideals and traditions which
a more prosaic and sordid age are
But even as I stood with Aunt
Dora in her drawing room, illum
inated with an immense chandelier
of lamps, which must have taken
infinite labor to keep clean, hung
with damask, which, though gay in
the lamplight, I realized must be
deplorably faded in the light of day,
I saw one thing clearly. If she out
lived the faithful servitors, who evi
dently had grown old in her service,
she. too. would have to altetf her
mode of living and give up the nome
in which she had been born.
for there were many subtle inli
cations that there was no super
abundance of means in Aunt Dora's
home, .although she no doubt had
plenty to live on in a more re
stricted menage.s Love and loyalty,
rather than high wages, bound her
decrepit old servants to her, kept
them busy polishing her brasses and
her mahogany, and keyed them to
the pitch of sustaining the opulent
entertainment which she evidently
insisted upon keeping up in the man
ner of her father's time.
There were but one or two serv
ants in the whole establishment un
der Aunt ' Dora's own age, and I
guessed that they were the daugh
ters of the elderly men in waiting.
From what I knew of modern serv
ants, deduced from little' things Leila
had told me, I was sure that Aunt
Uora could not keep up her cher
ished state a month if she had to
pay the wages and face the appalling
waste ot tne modern domestic con
Dauntless Aunt Dora.
I wondered, as I looked at her un
troubled patrician face, if she herself
realized this, or if the devotion of
her old servants had blinded her to
the realities of modern life. Then
with a mental anathema at mv own
stupidity, I comprehended that Aunt
uora would have that same un
daunted, unrevealing look upon her
face if she were marching to the
stake. Whatever her thone-hts. or
her knowledg vhe kept them strict
ly to herself. . - -
Whether the undercurrent of Atint
Dora's life was placid or troubled,
there was no evidence of other than
opulent comfort in the dinner per
fectly cooked, perfectly served to
which we sat down after the formal
introductions and perfunctory chat
which always precedes a meal where
are assembled groups of people who
are strangers to each other. The
beautiful old silver, the fragile china,
the engraved glass, the napery, of
Stops Hair Coming Out;
- Doubles Its Beauty.-
A few cents buys "Danderine."
After an application of "Danderine"
you can not find a fallen hair or,
any dandruff, besides every hair
shows new lite, vigor, bngntness,
more color and thickness.
Used for 70 Yean
Thru its use Grandmother's
youthful appearance has
remained until youth has
become but a memory,
The soft, refined, pearly .
white appearance it I
renders leaves the joy
of Beauty with you
Our lease will soon expire and
we are ordered to vacate to
make room for a banking
ing house. We can find no
"suitable location and must re-
tire. N All our merchandise
must go at a sacrifice. :
., Diamonds, Waichts, Silverware and Rich
v' '- -:' enefrj -
Ryan Jewelry Qo.
GEO.AV. RY.-PtwdentV- V.
wonderful texture and whiteness
though the first touch revealed its
pathetic thinness were the fitting
accompaniments to such a dinner as
I had not dreamed existed other than
in books of the times "befoah the
v Grantland's Glance of Pity.
Aunt Dora had conscientiously
distributed her northern guests
among her southern kinsfolk, except
that the members of the - wedding
party were grouped together. Thus
it was that while I went in on the
arm of Dr. "Jim" Paige, my father
took in Aunt Dora herself and
Mother Graham was escorted by a
delightful old officer of the confeder
ate army, who might have been 90,
but lofked a bare 60. Alfred and
Leila were seated side by side, as
were Dicky and Edith Fairfax. On
Edith's other side sat Major Grant
land, directly opposite me. He had
been given the escort of a pretty lit
tle woman of middle age, Who spar
kled and fluttered in much the same
fashion as did little Mrs. Durkce
farther down the table Under the pro
tection of a stalwart Taige "cousin."
We had gone through but a course
or two of the wonderful dinner be
fore I began to realize that Dicky
either was revenging himself for the
fancied grievance he had in Major
Grantland's murmured confidence to,
me or our entrance to the house or
else was reallv takine an unusual in
terest in the things Edith' Fairfax
l- i. - tl.:- i . i - -
was saying 10 nuu. xucir iicaus wcic
close together, their tones, of course,
decorously low, but I could detect
the earnestness in them even 'though
I could not cach a word of the con
versation. - - n
I tried to pay no attention to them,
Dye It Right! ...
Don't Risk Materials in Poor
Dyes that Fade or Run
Each package of "Diamond Dyes"
contains directions so simple that
any woman can diamond-dye a new,
rich, fadeless color 'into worn, shab
by garments, draperies, coverings,
everything, whether wool, silk, linen,
cotton or mixed goods. ?
Buy "Dimaond Dyes" no other
kind then oerfect results are guar
anteed even if yqu have never dyed
before. Druggist has color, card,
showing in rich colors. , t .
J:hey are showing their
appreciation with orders
jobs countless pieces
of cleaning .work for:. us
And it's a foregone
conclusion that we do the
work excellently else
we wouldn't get all of
those jobs from the,
"South Siders." r:,,t
Our South Side Branch
is Situated at N:E. comer
24th and L Sts., South
Side. Phone is "S6uth
Phone Tyler 345
Plant at 2211-17 Farnam
endeavoring to school myself to in
difference, but, even though I kept
up my end of a conversation with
Dr. "Jim," I could not resist an oc
casional surreptitious glance across
the table. 'But when once I 'lifted
my eyes I. encountered so compre
heading a glance from Hugh Grant-
land's eyes that I looked across the
No smoke in your kitchen
MAZOLA does not smoke
up your kitchen when
frying as do lard and com- ' 1
' pounds. ; 1 . ...
, . Besides its economy, Mazola is
more readily digested than any
hard fat ,
It is a pure vegetable Yat and
absorbs no odors nor flavors from
the foods fried in it It can be used
overand over again; even after fry
ing fish. Merely strain, and it is
fresh as just bought
' Once you try Mazola you will
prefer it to lard and compounds.
CORN PRODUCTS REFINING COMPANY " .
, 17 Battaty Placa, Nsw York
FREE Write for handsomely illustrated 64
r 7.7 m page Cora Products Cook Book.
Corn Products Refining Company, P.O. Box 161,
New York City.
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FHOKE DOIGLAS 3940.
PURS CANE SUGAR, 10 LBS.
, . GK0CERIES
3 lbs. Navy Beans for. .... .254
Karo White Syrup, gal.. ..874
Karo iaric Syrup, gal... . 774
Fancy pried Apricots, lb.. 354
Calarab Figs Buds.. 494
WE HANDLE A FCll LEfE
table no more. For there was more
than comprehension in the glance-
there was pity also, and pity from
Hugh Grantlancl is something I can
not endure. - '
' Domestic servants in London now
have an up-to-date social club.
tomtort tor Auiaars
' ' Mil s
Dreitinf Room ;
K ' V-; r : . J.
re th htndiomeft,
afeit. most economicll,
moit powerful of all
portabl electric htn.
Tbia Majeitic Electric Heater
permiti 70a to bath or dreii
in acomfy' heat-allowi you "
to on joy its healthful, aonliko
radiation wherever there is an I
All portable Mijtstic Eieclrlo
H titers Bra sqaipped with
8 fet of hestsr cord ,'
Msjcstio Elsctrie Hesters an ths
"orifintl patontad hssters of tbii typs.
Thtrt art 3 portable tfpi Majutie
Tkiri tre 3 inttrt tyft Majatic
Ask jtar inln abeof Ifatsffc
Majestic Electric Derelopmeat
. Conpany ' ''.,
FOR; vU . ; . .$1.25
Hamburger Steak, lb...... 154
Sausage, per lb. ... 154
Bacon Hacks, per lb. ......25
Fancy Prunes, 3 lbs . 574-1
uirara cigars, 18c size, CO -'or
OF KOSHER 8AISACI
Mrs. jTheodore Bjorksten, wh
before her marriage was Miss Mar
ha Strickland .of boringfield. Mai.,
and known as Fedia-Delta Rocca
American prima dopna, vas award
ed , the "Medaille d'Honneur" by
the French government for serv
ices as a nurse during the war. ..
A. O. U. W. FAIR
EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK
; 110 North 14th Street'
V Voting Contest and Forecast
on Election of Local
Basket of Groceries; Chick,
ns, Candy. Doll and Other
16TH AT HOWARD
Ym Shop at
Continuing our regular pol
icy of assisting Omahans to
save, we again quote, several
items on which there is a
material saving to be' had if
they be purchased at Bowens:
Another Breakfast Special
3 pkgs only
largo Im cans
, 2, can only
v LB. CAKE
Haskins Hard Water .
per bar, only
' ;'5c -
3 bar te snstomer
6-Ib. Jewel .
nickel plated, 6-ft, extension
, cord .i 'vj
H. R. Bowen Special
Carpet Sweepers I
well made, strong handle
.brooms. 4 .
v ' Substantially tnado HT
Fumed Oak Rockers
an ideal rocker for use In nay
room. Specially priced, at
All quarter-sawed 6ak, heavy
Colonial design, size 26x45.
This is at)1 exceptional table at
an exceptionally low price, so
avail yourself of this oppor
tunity to get.' a high grade
table a small cost.
Simmon's Wood Cribs
' Drop " Bide1; can be had , in
ivory, white enamel or ma
hogany finishes, size 27x54;
priced at only .
Quarter-sawed oak plank top
buffets, 42-inch top, spacious
drawer room, mirror back,,
ttoavy Colonial design; priced
to your shopping advantage
at .. i." -v
and Howard Sts.
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