The Indianapolis News from Indianapolis, Indiana on April 26, 1912 · Page 7
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THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1912. NEW NECKWEAR AND GLOVES New taller! stocks at :....25c and SOe Collar - end cuff sets of )ac at..... ....SI. 25 and op Collars and cuffs in th new effects of crepe and voile, combined with real Irish crochet, extra large sizes . $2.98 and rutch collars ......................................... ......... 25c and up The newest Claudln collars ........ .l)e Pretty effects in the Feter ran collars at TSc Jabots of Irish crochet, enttrelr new .... . .................... . - .23c to S5.QO Chamoisette gloves In white or natural. :li - button length. ..... .50c and Sl.OO Kayaer's new silk gloves. 2 - claap. In black or colors. . ... .SOc 75c and Sl.OO Kyr" 12 - button length silk gloves, in white .r black '.75c Kayaer's IS - button silk cloves, white. black or colors 81. OO Kayser'a white silk gloves, with tucked tons. 1(. button lengths S2.00 STEEL TRUST HEARING WILL BEGIN ON MAY 6 COUNSEL FOR GOVERNMENT AND CORPORATION NOTIFIED. Waafclasrtea St.. West ef Meridian. Saturday Specials Pictorial Review Patterns Mnslin Underwear Corset covers, hand lace and embroidery trimmed. good val - V. SOc IVIncess slips and combination cults, fancy embroidered and lace trimmed Sl.OO to KS.OO Oowm of good nainsook and batiste, eluny lace and embroidery trimmed 98c to S5.00 . Embroideries tl - Oflr" Quality 45 - lnch flouncing, hemstitched and scalloped edg - 81.4M 11.60 .quality, 45 - inch . flounc - Inr A .....98c Galloons and bands to match. 49c to COc Onyx Hosiery - infant' silk hoes n white, sky. tan and black 25c Infants! fancy sox ...........'....25c Ladles' silk boot hose, black, 'whits and tan ...50c Plain gause lisle and silk lisle, black and colors ....50e Kayaer's pure thread black silk hose. 11.75 value 81.25 Petticoat 15.00 silk, satin and taffetas, black and colors 82. OH 13.00 Heetherblooma, in black and colors 81.98 THE LINING STORE 22 North Meridian Street Boxvood Trees ForYocrYeraada : We are showing a choice collection o f these beautiful decorative trees. They range from 2 Mi to 5 feet in night. All are strong, ound, live trees, in fine growing condition. We furnish them in preen tubs. Prices begin at " 2.5 Each - A. Viegand & Sons ftOKSTS , ' 1610 North Kinou Street I i?w t th Evangelical St. Lake's church. The decorations were In pink and white I and. the birthday cake held pink candles. f" mo guests were the Rev. Henry Kelley. Mr. and Mrs. William Binder, Mr. and Mrs. William Luebklng, Mr. anj Mrs Max Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kuhler and their families. The Thursday Lyceum Club elected the following officers yesterday at the homo of ?r - W - M Bomers: Resident. Mrs. A. C. Reed; vice - presidents, Mrs. M. Smith and Mrs. A. B. Carr; secretary, Mrs. w. ML Homers: treasurer. Mn w oenwD, ana cnuc. Jdrs. R. B. loch. . 1 V - KID FITTINO SIUIrGLOVES K Fit Lice Fowne kid cloves. They couldn't fiLany better. I A J SOCIETY Mrs. Charles TSnle has returned from H uncle, where she visited friends. . Mrs. Krnest Bross has discontinued - her usual Monday afternoons at home for the season. Mrs. Daisy Averill will give an American Beauty dance this evening at the Assembly hall. - Hiss Fannie Lehman will return tomorrow from a trip to California and New Mexico. . The Gamma Tau Kappa will 'give an in - . - J. Ilia. 1D 1 1 1 ' , tUlllV I WI. w. .. lirenneke academy. . Mjs. Daniel A. Lyons gave a small card party last evening for her niece. Miss McCarthy, of Newcastle. lr. and Mrs. O. C Lookabill will leave tomorrow for. the Paciilc coast, where they will sjH - nd a month. . . Mrs. J. 11. Newby. of Knlghtstown, who pent the wefk with relatives hertr, wi!I return home tomorrow. Mrs. Augusta K - Helwls announces the Marriage of her daughter, Wilhelmina J. Uelwig, to. Dr. Max A. Bohr. George W. Stark will leave tomorrow f - - r Cutifornia to visit his sister,, Mrs.. I'rank. Stewart, at Los Angeles. Misa Kihel Stephenson, In Irvtngton, will entertain the yisrma Alpha lota, a musical sorority. Wednesday afternoon. The Miasea Gaynelle and Donna Watson save a dance last evening, entertaining the mpmlwri of Des Bonne Fols Club and the hima Phi fraternity. - . The Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Duncan will leave Monday for Minneapolis. The former is a delegate to the - Methodist general conference, to be held there during May. Mis Mary Alice Sloan left last night for iNew York, where she. will visit her brother, Frank T. Sloan, and family. From there she will go to Atlantic City for two months. ' . Miss Pearsall Jacobs entertained' at luncheon today for Miss Aletha Young, of Arlington, who is spending a few days with friends here. Spring flowers were used for decorations, Mrs. Bena Kittle and Mrs. A, M. Baker went to tireencastle today to spend the Mk end with Mtss Mary Ann Baker. "Miss Baker is to have a part in the play t be given this evening by the Oerman Club. . . ' Mrs. O. B. Jameson rvo a small . tea yiterday afternoon for Mrs. Emma Y indsor. of Boos. 111., formerly of this city. I Hiring the afternoon Miss Caroline Hendricks Kave a number of readings, faring fiowers made the rooms attractive. Mr. and Mrs. Carl O. Ostermeyer enter - tmd it evening with a birthday re - cepiK - a for the Hev. Theodore Mayer, pas - , 'UUt, Hia. TB"'TMB ' ThU company is authorized by ; law to act as trustee, executor, I adraimstrator and guardian in connection with estates. , It is a permanent institution, whose affairs are directly under the ; supervision of the State Bank - ' ing: Department, therefore, you can rest assured that when these matters are intrusted to us, every wish will be complied with; When business is placed in onr hand.?, dejays and lesral conip'.icatior.s are avoided, ' which not infrequently occurs whero individuals are selected 'and their death occurs. TbUnicn Trust Co. Indianapolis, Ind. Mai - The social welfare, the home, and the, educational sections of the Woman's - Department Club 'will bold a meeting Monday at 2:30 o'clock at the Propylaeum and will be addressed by Dr. William Lowe Bryan of Indiana university, who will speak on "The Opportunity of the Woman's Department Club for Community UplifJ." The members of other departments of the organization and the public in general are invited. Mrs. Mark II. Pfaff entertained the Ml as Siglers and Miss Sutton., of "The Blue Bird" company, this morning at her home, and Miss Katherine Tarneil, the young toe dancer of this city, gave a number of dances which they complimented highly. The three young women guests are in the dance of the hours In the play. Musical numbers were given by Mrs. Ancel Hardy, of Anderson; Miss Haael Hamel, Miss Marcia Alter, Miss Julia Nlebergall, Miss Anna Cox. Mrs. Hammer and the Morrison brothers, and th hostess's daughter Rosemary, gave a reading. The special guests were delighted with the program. Mm. Robert Geddea, president of the Flower Mission, who Is arranging the May day fete for the society, and members of the local "Mikado" company of the conservatory, were among the guests, v The Philomathean Club held Its annual luncheon today at the Claypool hotel, and there were covers for sixty members snd a few out - of - town guests. Mrs. S. D. Farrabee, president of the club, presided. The table was arranged In "V" shape and was decorated with candelabra and ferns. Following the serving of the luncheon there was an Interesting program. Miss Adelaide S. Baylor gave a talk on Esthetic Art Culture"; Dr. Amelia Keller, president of the Local Council of Women, gave a talk relative to the value of the club to the Council, and Mrs. Jennie Ray Orrasby gsve a series of short readings that Included "Strawberries," by George Eliot, snd a selection from Robert I Browning. Mrs. Ormsby's readings' were j the same she gave a short time ago In Chicago. Irs. George W. Huflford gave a snort taiic. owing to conflicting dates, Mrs. F. T. McWhirter, president of the State Federation of Clubs,' who was to have been a guest of the club, was unable to be present, f The Orer - the - Teacups Club) which was organized in 1890, celebrated Its anniversary meeting this afternoon with a guest meeting and musical at the Y. W. C. A. The guests were welcomed in the green parlors by Mrs. Wilmer Christian, the retiring president of the club, and Mrs. Charles Latham, the new president. The program was presented under the direction of Mrs. J. 8. Jenckes. a member of the club, and president of the Matinee Musicale. Members of the. latter society took part In the program. These were Mrs. Charles A. Ffaffltn. Mrs. G. B. Jackson, Mrs. H. IL Rice, Mrs. Carl Lieber. with Miss Franc Wilhlte. harpist - Mrs. Hugh McGibeny was heard in musical monologues. Miss Beatrice Cron, of the Y. W. C A., contributed to the pleasure of the afternoon with a song. After the program the members and guests enjoyed a social hour, when the officers of the club Mrs. E. 8. Folsom. Mrs. J. W. Jones. Mrs. A. F. Denny, Mrs. Henry C. Sickles, Mrs. Hiram W. Moore and Mrs - Arthur N. Dwyer were the hostesses. ORDERS PLANS FOR ROAD. eSBBSSSMaSMMBMMBBnas Works Board Prepares to Make Proposed Factory Site Accessible. Plans for opening Sixteenth street, from Indiana avenue - to the Emrichsville bridge across White river, have been ordered by the board of publio works, and City Engineer Klausmann expects to have them ; ready In a few days. It Is the board's plan to Improve the - street when opened snd to pave Indiana avenue from Montcalm street to 'Sixteenth street In order to afford a good roadway to the proposed site for the Edwards Motor Car Compsnys factory in the Crawfordsville road. " The board has also ordered that th laborers and drivers employed in the city rtreet cleaning department get the increase in wages to which they are entitled under an ordinance passed by the city council March 18, and signed by Mayor Shank on March 22. Through an oversight the men never got the increase. The board says, however, that it will not allow any back pay. The drivers will receive S3 a day and th laborers 11.75 a day. Emsldel Stone has been appointed a sprinkling Inspector, beginning May. 1. The board has - ordered an automobile for the city aaphalt repair department Methodist Minister Married. Special to The Indianapolis News. NASHVILLE. Ind. April 26. - The Rev. Lovey L. Tooley. of tn M. E. church, and Miss Ruth Brummltt were married at the Methodist church immediately after the servlcest last night, the Rev. D. w. fsobie omciating. HENRY P. BROWN EXAMINER PHILADELPHIA. April S&. Announcement was made today that the bearings for the taking evidence before the examiner in. the case of the government's suit for the dissolution of the United States Steel Corporation will begin on May t, at 10:30 a. - m.. in . the United States customs building. New York. Counsel for both the government and the steel corporation and its subsidiaries Involved have been notified. The examiner who will take the evidence is Henry P. Brown, of this city. RAILROAD NOTES A department of health has been established by the Illinois Central railroad. Its purpose is not only to J educate its employes, but the traveling public as well, in regard to methods of keeping well and treatment in case of Illness. By circulars and otherwise, tho new department will endeavor to Instruct Its trainmen and other employes how to look out for the health of travelers. . The largest meeting of Pennsylvania lines officials and agents ever held on th Louisville division was held at Columbus. Officials of the road from Pitts burg and . Louisville were present and made talks to the agents about railroad business. In addition to all the agents of the Louisville division being present the agents at Richmond. Logansport. Indiana' polls, Columbus, O., and other points at tendee. March operating revenues of the Baltimore A Ohio was $8,142,297, as compared with S6.953.914 for the corresponding nvontn a year ago. Operating expenses were 15.610.245. as compared with (4.744.135. The net operating revenue of $2,532,052 Is an Increase of $322,273 as compared with the sam month of 191L For nine months the comparative statement shows the gain in operating Income was $2,089,315, the total for the last . nine months being $20,267,667. . - , . According to the annual report of the bureau of railway nws . and statistics, 276 railroad companies operated 90,472 miles of line In and carried 10,103760. - Ouo passengers one mile without a fatality to any passenger In a train wreck. Fourteen other roads in the country come near this record of Immunity from accidents to passengers, as these fourteen roads, operating a total of 25.105 miles of track, carried 2.873.948,000 passengers on mile, with only one fatality for each road. These figures do not include all the railways In the country. (. The inspection car on the ' Indianapolis St .Cincinnati traction line with President Charles L. Henry, Superintendent Lively and three or four other officials of the company on board, was on the Shelbv - vllle - Greensburg division testing the J equipment for tne block system, it was declared to be tn excellent working order. The company in tne future will carry express for the Adams company. This will enter competition with the American Express Company which carries the express from Indianapolis over the Big Four. Express coming - through the Adams company from Indianapolis has o go by way of Rush vi lie or Columbus.' making the service several hours later. The Chicago, Lake Shore & South Bend railway, operating between South Bend and Chicago, has named II. C Moore for the newly created omce of assistant traffic manager. He will have headquarters in 8outh - Bend, where he has served as city ticket agent since the line was opened. Residents of South Bend are anxious for an extension of the city street car lines, operated bv the Chicago. South Bend A Northern Indiana railway, and they quickly accepted the company s offer to make the improvements desired if a bond issue of $10,000 could be placed with the people. The Chicago, South Bend & Northern Indiana railway has announced Its summer schedule, effective at midnight May 5, on its lines throughout northern Indiana and southern Michigan. Many new trains and both earlier and later service Into South Bend daily are provided. - Four new trains will be put on between South Bend and Michigan City, an equal number between - South Bend and Goshen and eight on the Southern Michigan division between South Bend and St. Joseph. Cars that now run as far as Laporte and Elkhart late at night will go through to South Bend. SOCIAL SIDE OF CHURCHES. The Social Circle of College Avenue Baptist church will give a social in the church parlors this evening for the members who have come Into the church during the last six months. The Indianapolis Graded Union of Sunday School Teachers will meet tomorrow fternoon at 2:30 in the lecture room of Roberts Park church. Mrs. Elixa ,A. Blaker will give an address. There will be a department conference and a others conference, to which all .Sunday school workers and mothers are invited. S. P. Kaler, of Columbia City, a friend of Governor Thomas R. 'Marshall, will give an address at the First Presbyterian church, Sunday evening, under the auspices of th young men's Bible class. His subject wlU be "Pilot's Wife." While In the city, Mr. and Mrs. Kaler will be the guests cf Governor and Mrs. Mar - snali. Governor Marshall will Introduce bim at the services Sunday evening. - The annual convention of the Woman's Home Missionary Society .of the Indianapolis district was held at the Capitol Avenue M. E. church, yesterday'. The following ofllceis were elected: President emeritus. Mrs. C. W. Wesbey; president. Mrs. O. W. Sandefur; vice presidents. Mrs. J. I Benedict, Mrs. C. C. Ronnell, Mrs. E. P. Brown; recording secretary, Mrs. T. E. Stuck ; corresponding secretary, Mrs. A. C - Hawn; treasurer. Miss Gertrude Taggart; secretary mite boxes, Mrs. E. H. Baker; secretary Queen Esther, Mrs. Charles Ireland; secretary home guards. Mrs. E. C. Washburn; secretary of literature, Mrs. S. A. Write; secretary reading circle. Miss Anna Galbraith; secretary temperance, Mrs. Svlv - ster Johnson; secretary tithins. Mrs. Josenh McCleskey. ' , Italy's Plan Embarrasses Shipping. PARIS, April 26. It Is understood her that the powers sre considering the matter of advising Italy to either try , to force thdTpardanelles or definitely abandon the plan, as her present Indecision greatly embarrasses International shipping. " ' - " Blind Women's Sale, V The Indiana Association of Blind Women will hsv a stand at tho market aU day tomorrow, on the south side, near th office. There will be for sale aprons. swMplns caps, bags and other useful articles made by the women. The procMdf will be for tho Industrial Homo for Blind Women and th sale will be under the direction of th manager. Mrs. E. H. Tribl. WALT MASON The Poet Philosopher The man who really likes to labor, whate'er the tool that he employa the liammer, trowel, pen or saber will find this life replete with joys. But sorrow looms up, grim and bulky, to him who holds that toil is woe, whose head is sore, whose face is sulky, whose feet are twelve degrees below. The willing worker doesn't languish amonthe wailing unemployed; his cottage doesn't reek with anguish, his larder knows no aching void. I hired a man to wash my surrey which; got all muddy in ditch; he gave up all ms time to worry o'er vices of the idle rich. He boomed away like some pipe organ denouncing this and roasting that, and throwing things at J. Pierp Morgan and every other plutocrat And ("wl fired him through the transom when he had loafed for half a day, and hired Jim Briggs to wash my hansom, and rid its shining wheels of clay. With, noble ire he never bristled, his soul with sorrow wasn't sour; he merely rustled round and whistled and cleaned tho blamed rig in an hour. And old Jim Briggs is always busy, for men who want a useful hand just chase him round till they are dizzy, and hand him coin to beat the band. , ' ' Copyright, 1912, by George Matthew Adama ObatxJTX Vacuum cleaners r Come to our carpet department and , see the "Premier" vacuum cleaner, for direct, or alternating current, price $30.00. ,; We are also agents for the "Richmond" vacuum cleaner. ' - Thtrdfloor. EST. I813v0fc2i SS vss42sA5i5 CUT FLOWERS . W wl! hivn rrnt 1'jaritlt t - of roin and carnations - aturday at only 35C a doz cw ETTIS DRY GOODS CO. Then will come directly from the rrfnhou Irrtln morning and will be fresh and fragrant. Main floor, ale: three. Our famous $5, $6, and $7 50 hats maintain a standard that places a new: and higher millinery worth on $5.00, $6.00 and $7.50, and which has taught women what to expect in moderately priced millinery. ;;"v:;;;',. ' The amount of chic, dash, smartness or daintiness which we are able to' put into hats at these prices is a revelation to every woman who sees them, and accounts for the fame of this particular line. Whatever is new, good and representative of the best in millinery, fashions is cleverly appropriated for these hats: A newer straw, an unique, braid, a shape tfiat has caught the air of its superiors, a color that has acquired a tone of distinction in fact, all that transpires in creative centers is noted as carefully for these hats as for those at higher prices, r READY FOR SATURDAY are scores pf fresh, new hats large, small and medium, in black and colors, with Paris ideas carefully followed, in the use of fancy ostrich, the particular "set" of a wing or the pose of lovely flowers $5.00, $6.00 and $7.50. ' '' - - tis Dainty juvenile hats Just as complete as our millinery display for maid and matron - is our assortment of beautiful little hats and bonnets for misses and children. Most becoming " styles at our celebrated popular prices . . . . . . .95c to $3.95 Second floor. showing o f skirt At $3. 98, $5, $5. 98 arid $7.50 , A large collection of new separate skirts for women, made of whipcord, serge : and mixtures, 'in black, navy blue and light colors, all choice models. At $3.98, $5.98 and $7.50 White serge skirts, the ideal skirt to wear with the new Norfolk and Blazer jackets. Special values at the prices. KLOSFJT petticoats, $1.00 to $7.50 Klosfit petticoats need no alteration. The new models of KLOSFIT petticoats are more attractive than ever. They incorporate everynew style and in' addition afford the perfect fit that is possible only with this garment. - We have KLOSFITS in all the popular shades and fancies. All petticoat fabrics. Second floor. , Yoii can pay much more for raiment and get less We have never deviated from our policy of prodding high - class, trustworthy apparel at moderate prices. You will pay less here for a suit or coat and yet nave a garment that is not only high - grade in every respect, but individual in style as well. . Tailor - made street suits . at $12.50, $15 and $18.50 ; These small prices will put you into possession of a splendid, stylish suit that could not be equaled elsewhere for less than $5.00 or $10.00 more. Made of serge and mixed cloths in , the fashionable shades of tan, gray and navy blue. . . Women's and misses' coats - $10, $12.50, $15 and up to $25 Beautiful spring coat of serge, the season's favorite coat fabric, in tans and navy blue. The smartest of the new styles, some with large collar and revers, others strictly tailored. - i; . Norfolk and Blazer coats : ; $A.95, $5.98, $7.50 and $10 These jaunty coats for misses and women are becom Ing more popular every day. A large assortment, in all sizes, in navy blue, red, white and mixtures. The Blazer coats come in college colors. Women's waists at 98c Many of these dainty white lingerie waists would be good values at twice the price. Every new style is here, with high or Dutch neck and elbow or long sleeves. Women s and girls9 dresses WOMEN'S 'HOUSE DRESSES that are made to fit, of gingham, madras and calico, all sizes from 34. to 46. . Special value at '. 8c GIRLS' WASH DRESSES for ages 6 to 14 years, made of gingham and percale, in choice patterns, ' only. ...,,9Sc, $1.50 and $1.98 ' ' Second floor. Long lisle gloves 25c Silk - finished lisle gloves 'that come to the elbow, two silk clasps at wrist. In black and white, all slxesspeclally priced at..... ...25c Keyset's complete line of silk lisle and chamoisette gloves K a y s r ' t ll - button, brand K - bntton. Kayaer's brand r Kayser'a lt - button. 'brand Kayaer's l - button, brand Kayser'a lt - button. one ' star ....Sl.OO two star .... 81.23 four star ....S1.50 five star ... - S2.00 embroidered and tucked glove..... SI. 7S. H2.00 and ........ i .:2.50 Kayaer's 15 - biitton, chamoisette gloves. COc and Sl.OO Kayser's lt - button. atlk lisle gloves, SOc and ..Sl.OO Kayser's S - clasp silk gloves SOc and SI .OO Main floor, aisle four. OX BARGAIN COUNTER 8Ixten - button length silk glove, with double tipped fingers, all !. at - JiiOa Two - clasp kid gloves In black, white, tan, brown and gray...,.69c - Main floor, front. SpdcialLa Victoire corsets ' , V Th maker $ expert eorsetxtrf.. Miss Letcis, is hvre . Her valued assistance in choosing and fitting a corset are yours for the asking. Until recently it has been conceded that truly de luxe corsets had to come from . France, but the past two years has seen a great change in the . matter of corset making.' . : i ')"...' (fAmerican manufacturers have acquired the high art of designing the beautiful fig - ' ure lines for which the Parisians are so famous,' and without the expense of importation American women can now have most magnificently tailored corsets at American prices. . The La Victoire corset is the newest ad - ' dition to our. spring models, and ' is the finest of American made goods in this - class. ' ' ' , - You should have a fitting of one of these corsets while Miss Lewis is here. Second floor. r - ieX sL' r m m. GROCERIES Bogota blend coffee, a pound. 29c Tea. Formosa Oolong, Jb...S1.25 .S3.SO excellent for 33c Messina, a 17c heavy . syrup. .............27c, - Or S pounds Tea. .Rajah blend, iced tea. ,a pound..,.., Lemons, fancy dosen Peaches, sliced,' in can . California ' white cherries, a can 27c ' Peeled apricots, a can. ...... ..1. 27c Bpinaoh, just like fresh,' a can. 17c Rosebud beets, a can...... 18c Evaporated Bartlett p e a vs. a pound 20o Malaga table raisins, larg clus - I'll mlm In ii; !!! M . M ill : i i II1! I" III1 l ill I . ii ! 3 lii t, ' ' evaporated peaches, a I 2Gc Mulr peaches. a lOc ters Santas Clara prunes. i. ...... 13c pound. .lOc Peeled pound Large fancy pound Long thread shredded oocoanut, a pound .14c Pearl evaporated milk. I large cans 18c Large select Queen olives. In Mason Jar 30c ' Full cream cheese, a pound... .24c Imported oil sardines, S cans. - 25c Bordelalse sardines, with ssure, mushrooms and pickles, can Bed Alaska Salmon, tall cans. 17c Mushrooms, Jiotel style, a can. 18c Mushrooms,: select buttons, S cans 7....... - 35c Star brand bacon. sliced, in Jars 27c With each 25c purchase of National Biscuit Company's cakes, a pack, age of Uneeda Biscuits free. All 10c packages, S for.... 25o All 6o packages, for....... J. 23c '. Fifth floor. $1.50 Luhchclbths , Linen . damask lunchcloths. tin hammed. 43 - inch - slse, with pretty crest centers; $1.69 quality.... ..OSc f Hemstitched , German damask' lunchcloths. 6 - lnh sis, pure linen; 76o quality.... ....50c Pure linen fringed damask dollies, 6 - inch six, round or square. ..2Vc "ASBESTOS1 table pads, th modern table protector, 48 - Inch size - S3.00 Main floor, aisle two. 25c Hindu silk, 15c Hindu silk la a splendid silk and cotton wash f abrlo and Is usually sold for 25c a yard. A special consignment bas arrived for Saturday, and - while It lasts, th price "1 Mala floor, aisle one. will be If you buy dollar shirts If one dollar , is what you usually pay, three minutes spent in "sizing up" bur new line of shirts at that price will be time well utilized. You will discover that these shirts are well above the average garment at one dollar better material, better fitting, better patterns and a much larger variety. Colors, too, are guaranteed fast. Plaited bosom and negligee in coat style with attached cuffs. ; Un - matchable values at ; . . ...... v . - . - . .. - . ; ' 4 '" Men's spring and summer weight , union suits. ; longr sleeve, ankle length: half sleeve, ankle 1 length and sleeveless, knee length styles, all sixes of our $1.25 quality, Saturday, a suit... ....Sl.OO Men's muslin night shirts, collar attached or .V - neck style., with washable trimmings, aU sizes.. SOc Boys' light weight union suits, long sleeve, ankle length and half sleeve, knee length styles . Regular slses DJ:C Extra sizes ,....,5Uc ?1.00 Men's . knit four - in.hand ' ties, cross - stripe patterns, new and stylish, full length 25c . Men's Porosknit half . s 1 v undershirts and ankl length draw, era; 60e quality, slightly Jmperfect. Saturday . ' ' A suit .....78c' A garment .....39c Boys' light weight balgriggan half sleeve undershirts and knee length drawers, all slses, special value, a garment ..23c - Main floor, east aisle. . - t 7 HOSIERY For women and children One can not fancy a hosiery need that is not . met by our great stock. Every grade of,, women's and children's hose, of cotton, lisle and silk, all sizes ana exira sizes, au the leading brands of merit, including several guaranteed makes., A few kinds are itemized: Women s silk boot hose, 50c a pair Women's full fashioned,! pure thread, silk boot hose, with lisle thread sole, toe and high spliced heel and lisle thread garter top; in black, .white, Tan, sky Diue, Klip gray and pink ; special values at. J vf Women's Imported, full - fashioned, gauze silk lisla - threa.d hose, in black, tan. white, sky blue, pink, reseda, wine, hunter green. - old rose, gray and laven - j der, a pair 3!c ' Or S pairs for Sl.OO ? Children's full seamless, fast colored mercerized lisle thread bose. In black, whit, tan. rd. sky blu and pink, 35c quality Saturday a pair .25c Women's full seamless, fast black, pur lisle thread hose wltbr1 reinforced heel, toe and garter top, 25c quality. Saturday, a pair. 17c. or 3 pairs for SOc "Women's full fashioned, fsst black .gauss lisle thread, hose, with reinforced sole, 1 to and high spliced heel, also reinforced garter , top and knee; Wayne Knit brand; Sao quality, a pair ...2Uc Children's fancy and plain socks In a larg rang of patterns. 17c quality, a pair ............. .12c Women's full seamless, pure gauze silk lisle thread bose, with double heel and toe and four - Inch garter tops. In black, white, tan. navy, pink, sky: blue, smoke and lavender, a pair . . ; .25c Children's full seamless, fast colored, fin ribbed hos In black, red. ... tan. sky blue, whit and pink, 17o quality, a pair. ............. .12Hc Infants pure thread silk hose In black, tan, white, sky blue and pink. 25c quality, a pair. .......... ..23c Mala floor, aisle five. Women's $1.50 silk and lisle union ' ; suits, $1.00 " Women's white silk and lisle union suits, low neck, sleeveless, lace trimmed knee style; $1.50 quality.... 1.0O Women's pure whit lisle thread union suits, low neck, sleeveless, tight kne length . style. Springfield brand, $1.25 quality. Sl.OO Women's wait lisle union suits, low neck, sleeveless, lacs and cuff kne style's; Sl.OO quality. ....79c Women's whit - cotton Tosc. Mesh" union suits, low neck, sleeveless, lace kne style, special at ........ 59c Children's Whit ' cotton union suits, low neck, sleveless, cuff knee and drop back style, "M Waist - brand, full taped, special at 49c Women' white lisle vests, low neck, sleeveless, plain and hand embroidered yokes; f0c quality.. ..39c Women's white cotton vests. low neck, sleeveless, wing and shield sleeve styles, plain and fancy yokes, regular and extra sizes 12Hc Main floor, aisle live. Footwear women's and children's Among the recent arrivals are these women's white Sea Island duck button shoes, with fancy buttons, stage last, welt soles and Cuban heels, in all sizes, widths AA to D... Colonial pumps, fashion's latest in footwear. We have them of suede, dull kid, tan calf, satin and gunmetal calf. A showing of twenty exclusive models ...'..$2.08, $3.50 and $1.00 . Children's white canvas button shoes with fancy buttons, tip or plain toes Growing girls' sizes, 2H to S1.9S Misses' and child's sizes, 84 to 2 - . ............... ...... ........ ....... st.."0 Chi Ids sizes, 6 to 8.. ...,. .......... ...... ............ ...,.........a,. 3 Infants' sixes. 1 to 5 &1.M A complete showing of misses' and children's genuine white buck button shoes, according to sise.. .92.00 to .(. OO Main Iloor, rear. . - Shoe bargains in the basement annex ' To dispel the impression in some minds that our bargain basement does not carry complete lines and sizes, we offer for Saturday, a complete assortment of black and brown satin, patent colt, dull calf, velvet and new ottoman cloth and cravenette, nonslip and 2 - strap CM QEJ pumps, at only . - Oi - D Basement. ..' Lawn mowers Lawn mowers with high - grade, self - sharpening, crucible steel blades, every part guaranteed. These machines should not be confused with the many low priced machines on the market, as they are made of the best materials and are warranted to give satisfaction. Light and easy running. 12 - Inch size , - S2.30 34 - inch sis - 82.75 je - lnch six S.I.OO ,11 - lnch sis S3.25 'The sam mowers as above with ball bearings, 11.00 extra. Qraas catchers with ' galvanized bottoms. 11.00 values, special. .. ()c , - : Basement. Candy specials With the advent of warm weather the largest part of our stock, of certain candies must go, and go jquickly. To hasten its clearance we offer it at special prices. For brittle and honevoomh i tarry, a pound .....tan Chocolate dipped maraschino cherries In cream, a pound... ...i.Sc' Crystalized guradrojis, assorted flavors, a pound., lOc Chocolate chips, . crisp and fresh, th 40c kind 20c Basement. Toilet articles leez 10c Physicians' and Surgeons' . oP - 7c JOc Craddock's Blu aoap.....oc 60c Newbro'i Herplcld dOc 25c Eversweet - 17c 25c Sanitol tooth powder, pant or liquid, 2 for 3o lC - ounce slse peroxide of h - 4ro - lOp 60o Hind's Honey and AJnond cream . . 50o Imported face rom - der, lar? ' l'Jcr $1.00 rinaud s hair tonic... Cr.c. 75c Pinaud's I - Jlas de France... I y t. Jap tlsu toilet rper, 1,000 sheets In a roll, regrular 10c quality t rolls ;."; . 11 rolls T. Of 25c flexible nail files. ........ x oo lEc Glenwood violet talcum. ... ,c 75c W'oodworth's toilet wat - 4 In assorted dors .M.'o Main floor, eii'.e f a. I ! ! f

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