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May 27, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, MAY 27, GRIEF 1 HELD RESPONSIBLE The pupils of the Parochial schoo gave a- delightful piano recital Saturr day afternoon in the school auditorium. Every number of the program was .^capably rendered and was greatly enjoyed by tho large and appreciative audience/ Jtev. Father John T. Burns addressed the pupils, and prizes ' were, swarded..to different- ones par- .trcipaUng."th."the prpgram..-which was For Death of Hccln Young Mau EC- fused Service in Army. Specir.l 1.0 Til" Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, May 27.--Grief over refusal of the drittt board 10 permit him. to enlist, and the departure of his brother with the draftees Sai- urday morning, is believed to have aggravated heart disease \vilh which John Becbtell, 22 years old, of Hecla, class of,too Mrst Methodist Episcopal wa s afflicted, causing hU; sudden death, yesterday morning at 3 o'clock. Bechtell was twice turned down, by Local Board Jo. 6, he having presented himself voluntarily the second Jlr. and Mrs. J. L. TOlUamsj gave a Ume.| Saturday he was in town to see prettily appointed family dinner yea-i Ms brother, Walter, off to Fort Ogle- terday at noon at their home in Jet- I taorpe with the draftees, lie was in fevson street, in honor 9f the tenth town until in the cvouing and was birthday of their daughter, Alice liae j taken worse during the night. Fu- I tvoral arrangements are being held in Church at a 10 cent tea tomorrow r.ight at Hiss" Cook's home in South street.' All members are invited. honor-..of "the-happy-00033100. -Out of town -guests- -were JIrT aiid Mrs. Harry ..WilHanS ot Jearmette; Mrs. Marj' E. "Williams, Hr. and Mrs. J. f. Hays and s6n,rGordon;'.:iV1r3. P. E. .Swartnvclder andiilrs." G.""V-'- Gordon" and son^ Charles, all of V. -:ottdale.. "-- '·-- .'PERSONAL. ." . . - Attorney P. -J. Cober of Somerset, was in town-over Sunday. Tho best "place to shop after all. - -".·"»Mafgaret~vv r ard; chjrus, Koses"^' piano. Brownell^Sboe^-Go.iAdv. " '. . ~~. *du"eC : --'-''Joy of Spring;" "."Catherine-] - Mr. and -Mrs.- David Bennett and "-" iyV'piano-lxioi "March'.Heroine.'.' Mary" M.' King," Miry" Sioithr Eleanor Tipp- mann;- piano- trio, ."Minuet."' Elizabeth; : Soisson.-Esther;."fCotlker,-Eleanor Ho-; land; jp'uino' trio, "Under" the Mistle-. toe," Esther Kqelker.-Helen Monahan,: .. Heleix^Quirm;" ;-piano trip. "Sounds" From, ithe: Ball/'- Margaret Soisson, Helen"Quinn; 1 Rcgina'.GursDurg; song, ' -U'ereVJUive;'.' Helen Mona- -fiin; piind. trio,:' "La:. Tipica; jPolka," -- -\ - -~-Aina- If!"Keiley. Margaret Spisson, :t ' '.', ~iJing|iertr,"ja"ne : Ddrinelrj";."piano trio, ~ ; " '"Canrp of jiiory,-" ifadeline Mc.N'ulty, · i" ! ' Amalia Schuler, Marcella Neuroth; .t : -" 1 "TPiaBD'splo, 'Tarentelle," Eleanor Sois~ : ~ r ~ 5oa;:pjano solo, ··Grande Valse Rom~ '. antigue," Nellie "Daugherty;" piano . i: ..solo,.'Two Larks,7 Miss Mary Caro~ ." line Soisson; pi;ino solo, "Second Ma;H ; zurka," Miss Marie.C.uneo; piano solo, · « ; "Le Kangoufou,'" 'Miss "Catherine ;C .' Z~r BrendeT; "overture, "Lustspiel," Misses .« '· Marie Coneo, Mary C. Soisson; piano '·'· · duo, Nellie Dangherty,- Eleanor Sois; : ' son; overture, ·"Zampa," Misses Mary ;; ; C. Soisson, Catherine Brendel; ad- 1 ;'j 1 · ".dress to-tie pupils Kev. J. T. Burns. -b .-_"·- : Mrs.'. Bertha Neinon, Dowds gave a ;; . : recital Saturday afternoon at her f. . home at Drarbar for her "pupils.. The -'I: . .. . affair.marked the closing of the class :''~ - " for the year and was .attended by -':: . ", .mothers of .the pupils; The program '.'- : " ." ".was- well .selecied. and every number '·'I- - was rendered in a manner showing .'·- · -. -careful instructing 'as .well as.rausi- . ;; \ ·.. cai ability on the part ot the perform-. {;; ers. The following numbers ..were :; rendered: Solo, "Rustic Dance." Mar'"?:-. .. gnerite. Davis; dnet, "Maybells," Sara ' ".; : Elizabeth and Edith Hoffman; solo, U; "The Fountain." Phyllis Albrecht;" / K 'iThe Maiden's Blush," Thelma Pearl ; in Christy; trio. 'The PoUsh Dacce," -··· Phyllis Albreclit, Catherine Zimmer- family motored here from Keister yesterday and visited at the home of Mrs. Bennett's father, S. F. Penn, in Eighth j i street, "Greenwood. ; L You can buy "cheap clothes" at j cheap prices anywhere, but for high- class tailoring at the right price see Dave Cohen, -Tailor.--Adv." F.NGtXEERS KBIT OS THE JQEi' IX FUAS'LT.. In a brie! note to his aunt, Mrs. R. S. "Werner, Earl K. Russell, member of Company E, 15th Engineers, American Expeditionary Forces in France, says: ""SV; are continually on the jump, and move again this night at - o'clock. But that is n'hat 1 came over here lor --action--and lots of it." Private Russell r.cports that the home papers continue to reach him regularly and "are enjoyed as much as ever." TATTEUSOX I! AS I-VSTRITCTOIl. Sergeant D. P. Patterson. Jr., located at Camp Lee, has been promoted to battalion gas instructor. Sergeant - Miss Eva Kate Allen of Pittsburg, | Patterson, _who is a son of Mr. and spent yesterday at the home ot her brother, Alfred Mlnerd. For the best and cheapest repairs j Mrs. D. P. Patterson, is noted throughout the camps for his intcre-siing talks and lectures on auto gas. The region that roof, conductor or spouting, . ment of which he is a member is oa see F. T. Evans Estate.--Adv. Miss Esteile Fioto, a student at Irving college, JUecbaBiesburg, arrived home Saturday night to spend the. summer .vacation ...with, "her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 E. .E. "Kioto. Spectacles and i its way to France. fltted _ - accurate^ L.'Tucker, Oph. D., 105 man and Helen McCormick.; solo, "Arabian- Dance," Sara'E.'Hoffman; cellor sole-, Martha McCormick;-solo, "Sunshine Waltz," Madeline Roam; sbTq,-.;inarch-,-. Edward Baer; solo, i " march, ;E»igene-Stickel; duet, "Regiment Passing," Thelma Pearl Christy South Pittshtti-g street.--Adv.-27-5L The glasses I nt .are comfortable and stylish. A. L. Tucker, "Oph. D., 105 South PiUsbarg street.--Adv.-27- M. -'" ·" " '-'Miss Harriet Dunn, daughter of Harry Dunn, is home, from Allegheny college, Meadville. Pa. Send the Daily Courier to your boy in th'e array. Can at the Courier office and leave his address. Rate 50c per montn.--Adv. Miss Katharine McKevitt and Miss JOE lUUJI SAl'K OYKK, SATS CABD. Joseph Rilcy. attached 10 the 19th j Engineers, has arrived sakly itt ceived this morning by bis parents, Mr. and'Mrs. John Hiley. 'MEMORIAL DAY TO BE ONE OF JPRAYERINC1TY Union ftervico Wodmisuiiy .^"veiling at the Baptist Uliuruli 1VJ11 J!c 1're- luJc to tile Observance. In compliance with the proclama- 1 Lion issued by President "Wilson in I which he asks tliat Thursday, May 30, bi set aside as a day of/hiimilia-| lion, (feasting and prayer, tHe Minis- term- I'.Ksooia'/LOn. has , made arrangements to appropriately observe the day. I On Ved-nesciay evening a uniou prayi'r service ivill be held in the Kir.st Baptist church. Rev. G. L. C. iiichartlson ot tho First Methodist Episcopal tthtirclL w i l l give an address, aad other ministers will partici- i pato in tile services. On Thursday morning the ministers ask every taraily to offer prayer in their homes at.au early hour. From S lo 9 A. M. an hour of prayer will be held ir. evry church, with the pastor ; in Ghat-go. At 8 o'clock tbe services | ; will adjiurn and the pastors will par- j ticiputc in the annual Memorial Day j exi-rdses, in charge of the William F, Kan-/. Post, No. 10-1, Grand Army ot ths Republic. Beginning at 1.30 P. M. continuous union prayer services, each uf a half hour period, will be held in the Christian church. The f o l l o w i n g ministers w i l l have charge: 3.30. Kev. W. J. Ei-erhart, of the United Presbyterian church; 2 o'clock, Rev. W i l b u r Nelson, of the First Baptist c h u r u n ; 2.30 o'clock, Rev. J. L. ProudiH, o[ the First Presbyterian c h u r c h ; X o'clock. Ilev. J. H. Lnmbert- soii. of the Methodist Protestant church; 2.30 o'clock. Rev. Ellis B. I Burgess, of the Trinity Lutheran j church; 4 o'clock, Rev. G. 'W. Buckner. ot the Christian church; J.30 o'clock, Kev. S. B. Houston, ot the Covenanter church; u o'clock, Rev. \V. H. Gladden, of the Methodist ! Protestant church oC Percy. The j services w i l l close willi a meeting at 7 o'clock Thursday evening on Brimstone corner, lie/. G. L. C. Richardson will have charge. Margaret O'Donnell t the latter of '^. and- .Mrs.i Dowds; solor- "Anvil : ; " "ChorusT^'from "II Trovato're,'.'. "Edith - - Hoffman; 'solo, "Under. the. Maypole," '^--.-Catherine Zimmerman; duets, English -"·· National- Air, Russian National ..Air, · Dwight Cnster and Bertha Keirion' Dowds; solo, "Scarf Dancei" Helen Scottdale, were at McKeesport yester- :day attbnding initiation exercises of Court McKeesport, Daughters of Isabella. / ' ' v ' Shady Grove opens Decoration Day. Ktferle's orchestra £or the season. SERGEA.VT S1UTH JIKACIIKS FKAXCE. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Smith of Ninth street. Greenwood, received a card this morning from t-'ieir son, ScTA'tTnnt T. J. Smith, announcing his safe arrival overseas, ELMEll 3I.OOIl.MAX J I K A K T K I ) l.V TV'. TIRCnriA. pjlmer C. .Moorman, formerly of South CounellEvilie, left Thursday with the Clarksburg, \S". Va., draftees for Columbus, 0. TBn© Public wedding at 3 o'clock.--Adv.-27- lt · ·'._ Miss Grace.Reeder of Monessen and Miss Jfildxed Haiaes af Bron-nsville, j -Moorman, visited the former's mother, Mrs. "\V. W. Kern, yesterday. " Mrs. Oscar Johnson, who underwent ·LA1VREXOE 3IOOR3IAX SOON" OYEKSKAS. T-awrence .Moorman is in I'hila- du!j»h:a and expcc~.s to leavo soon £iir oversf-us, according to a telegram iv- ceived by ius mother, Mrs. 11. G. McCormick; duets from four operas, Edith Hoffman and Marguerite Davis. T.lDurins a' "social hour the puri.ils play- .._.ea,.selectJons. Included in this winter's course. ..^Refreshments were served.- · .The T. L. Club will give a dance tomorrow night in MadUas hall, West · _Side, Kiferle's orchestra will play. M"r. and Mrs. J. TV'. Greaves, Sr., · will entertain tomorrow night at their " "home at-Dunbr.r for the benefit of the building fund of the Trinity Episcopal i church. All who expect to attend are · asked to get off the, street car at the ~- -Dfinhar-^nouse.--'There" each car will - -be-met by persons who will direct the out of town people to the Greaves i an operation at the Uniontown hospital, is getting along nicely. She expects to be able to leave the hospital this week and come to the home of her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. H. B. Pigman-, in East Crawford avenue, where she will remain until she has entirely "recovered. · . "* VETERANS READY FOR OBSERVANCE a;;, OF NEMOR1AL DAY :. meeting: of " - tecCof Isabellif nitt' be Juai.tomoITow revfetuitg at the Parochial, "school 'aUdif: ' ' "~~' ' " 'iSS . ..On -account of Memorial Day the £1^ ~ ' regular .meeting of. tbc.Ladics' Aid sp- '·^^ " ' ciety of the Trinity Lutheran church -E^; will be held "Wednesday afteraoon at the home, of . Mrs. HarTy Decker in ' Continued from Pace one. ery, observing the G. A. R. services, BEAHM NEW South Coimolls\nie Man Head of C»n- nHlsu'lk 1 .SnwUar School Oislrict. J. C. Bc:*Jim, principal of ilic Soiuh Connelisvillc schools and siiperiij- tendent of tiie Siiiulay school of the Church of the b r e t h r e n on t h e West Sldo, was elected president of the Con... nellsrillc district of t h e ' Fayette County Sunday School Association at the district nu-etiiio -yesterday afternoon in the First liuptist church, Other offii.-iM's chosen were: Vice president, O. O. Osterwise; secretary, Miss Jessie Crooks ; treasurer, D. K. Artman; elementary division. suptTiu- icndeot., 3, B. Henry; secretary tu di- WILLS. Jamuel Wills, 00 years old. ot Mnimt Braddock, died Saturday at the Unioniowri hospital following an operation. Funeral services were held tbi.s afternoon from the Mount Braddock church, witti Rev. D. E. Minerd onU:i;uing. Interment in the Dunbar cemetery. T3ie deceased is survived / by one sun, Albert, of Mount Brad- j dock, and throe daughters, Mrs. Kate j .Spink of Milwaukee; .Mrs. James. ! n r i m m of Denbo, and Mrs. J. N. Alex- | ander of Grecasburg. RJ3CHS JOSBPH DUNCAN. The funeral of Regis Joseph Duncan wiis lieid this morning at 8.30 o'clock from the house, and at 8 j o ' c l n c k r t q u i o m high mass was cele- hrattrti at the Immaculate Conception cliurc.li. The pallbearers were John Traynor, Thomas Duncan, Thomas Moore and Edward HoweiL JACOB DORA-N. Jacob Doran, 23 years old, died last ·night at his home at Dawson, following an illness oC diabetes. Funeral Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, 1 w i t h i n t e r m e n t in Cochran cemetery. Funeral Director W. H. Parkhill will have charge. LAUGHLIN. Charles Laughlin, 39 years old, died yesterday at tho home oC Mrs. Thomas at Dtinbar, w,bcre he boarded, follow\ ing cm illness of pneumonia. after which the graves will be decor- | vision superintendent, Jamos J. Fcru- a£cd, · i wait; O. A. B. C. superimenuoni, Mrs. Tlie-.proceissioiC.'wfil reaseemblc. at iG-.'W. Buckncr; temperance, Mrs. Uar- 'the bridge*arid march by way or Pros- j roll; missions, Mrs. S. B. Dull; home pect street and Painlew avenue to j department, Mrs. Ida M. Semana; Hill Grove cemetery, forming at G. A. H.'-lot, where memorial service;; will be observed by G. Ai R. ladies' Circle No. 100,-Foreign-War veterans and Sons of Veterans. After an address-by Rev. J. T. Burns of the Immaculate Conception church, the post and frien.ds; will proceed to decorate soldiers' graves. Reforming at the cemetery Bate .they will proceed via "Ninth street, Greenwood. , --. . - . - } to Pairjtie.w,.a£ter..whicli the.command ...a community sing tomorrow night at 8.15 o'clock .at the Carnegie Free U" : "b"far]r~undef"TJe 1 direction of Prof. E. _ V. HavilanS. '..No admission will be" - -chaVgieei'aBil'tae-piiSlic is Jnviiear^TSe ~q5ite popular, and the one tomorrow ni£tit promises to be very enjoyable. All who care to are_ asked to participate in the singing. - - ·' - - Children's Iay will be observed Sunday, June..H, -by;the..ijrs.t baptist Sunday schoM" with" an" appropriate program, in which many of the_ Sun_day school scholars will participate. .... The-offering" will'Ve divided proportionately between the Publication so- · · ciety arid the Pittsburg Baptist association for their missionary work. The Ladies' Aid society of the First Baptist church will meet Friday night at 7.30 o'cloci at the home of Mrs. "Wade H. .Marietta in Snyder street. Miss -Edna-'Cook and" Miss'.Gertrude Grimm wili entertain the J. 0. C. toucher training. Jos. -McConricIl; girl councilor, MIHB Helen, ^iitchell; boy councilor. Clark "Witt. All schools imt two small ones which have services in the afternoon were rcpr»;flentt'd at the convention. Ile^. \VUbur Nelson led the davot.ionai exercises. A (iuarLct composed oE Stanton B. Dull, diaries D. Bailey, Mrs. N. T. Ilibbeu and Hiss Bertha Snyder^ street^ to Crawford avenue, Du i{ Bang . Addresses were delivered ..* ,.._, ,. . ^ ^ ^ Forsythe of WiJkinsburg, former county president, and D. M. Hert- All school children- are requested zog ot Uniontown, the prseeni head of M taPS. flowers to .the old band | Lho COU!Jty schools, stand, Fourth ward school ground,; -where a committee will receive them j at .30 o'clock ;A."-"?i:, May 30. The j?upils^pf jpublic^'schools will'assembls on the.Library lawn and sing "America" and wave flags while the procession is passing. All persons bringing flowers on this morning will kindly leaje them at the city hall not later than 8.30 o'clock, where a committee will care for them.. " The" 'formation of tne column will be: . Connellsville Military band. Sons of Veterans, Foreign War Veterans, Connellsville Rifle club. Jr. 0. U. A. M., Parochial School Cadets, Camp Fire Girls; Boy Scouts- and G. A. ];. Veterans. Carriages will he'provided for alL G. 'A. H. ;Veterans unable to walk, also for Ladies' Circle. Sons, grandsons-and great grandsons of veterans and Boy Seoul? are invited to report on this morning for duty. _ All- G.^ A. R. veterans and a detail pf-Boy^§couts and Foreign War veterans will meet at W. P. Clark's office at 9 o'clock to go to the cemetery to place flags ;pn..all soldiers' graves! ·Tuesday, May 28, at -S -o'clock A. Jl., all veterans who wish to -visit "the public--schools-"will report to Coni'. P. Clark. Memorial ut 3lt I'leasimt. "MOUNT PL03ASANT, .May 27.--The annual memorial sermon to the veterans ot the Civil \Var was delivered in the Grand opera house yesterday afternoon by Rev. T. C. Harper, pastor of the - United Brethren "church. Members of Robert "Warden Post o f . the Grand Army, Sons of Veterans and members of the Ladies' Circle attended. Music was provided by the choral class, composed oC singers from ail the -churches. SURPREEFOR BRIDE Krs. S. C. Poirds Tendered Slower al; Home at- JJonbiir. Mrs. Samuel C. Dowds, a recent bride, was tendered a surprise mis- cuUaneoiiS shower Friday night at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. | Charie-s B. Nenion at Dunbar by Miss Martha Greer. The gucsU were nicnrberB o£ the Four Hundred club ot Buubar. Mrs. JDowds, who before her marriage was Miss Bertha Elizabeth Nti- uiou, wits presented by her friends with a n u m b e r of! handsome aad use- f u l gifts. Dainty refreshments were served and a most enjoyable time was had. Tonight Mrs. Dowds will leave for Ho-boken, N..J-, to poin her nils- band, Lieutenant Dowds, wlxo is at the head of au army hospital there. She will' rromaia until Lieutenant Dowds is ordered overseas. East Huntingdon- Sermon. TTDALE,. May 27.--The annual .sermon to the graduates of the East Huntingdon township high school was delivered last evening by Rev. J. E. lliUchiimon _oC Scoodale, in the Methodist Episcopal church at Tarrs. is Held. Louis Smith, colored, has , been committed to jail in default of 5500 bail to await trial for stealing copper wire from the West Penn Railways company. Smith handed near was caught reel- car barns on the ide at 1 o'clock Saturday morning by an employe of the company who lay in wait tor him. Special Ianco Toni^lit At Jacques. JMarkell Hali. Kiferle's orchestra,--Adv.--2-i-St. BJI'JT: JJoy Born. Word has bo-eu. received here of the birth of a baby boy May 21 at the home of 31r. and 3frs. B. C. Hopkins of Akron, 0. . Mrs. Honkins was formerly Miss Mabel Sco-tt ot" this city. If You Are Unntlucr Bargaia.8 Eead the advertiseing columns of The Daily Courier. You will find them. CInssSfied A7*..:rffc---nent» Bring results. Cost only Ic a word. T. P. Clark, Captain E. Dunn. J. j, Bara]iart,."L,:^V. Wolfe form the coni- | ; mittee. . ; TSuEtln? UrtrgnXns 7 If so. read our advertising columns. Infant Dies. Au_iafaut daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Bacndn" of 112 North Cottage avenue; died -this morning. Interment .today, in. Hill Grove cemetery. : "advertise, For Infants and Children In Use For Over 3O Years Always bears the Signature of Some trick to fool the hens this tintc of yemr but you will 6nd many Talu-. able ffarden hints in the fre* primer the National War Garden Commission Tke HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE 129 to 133 N PlTTSBURG St. CONNELLSViLLE. ?A. COSXEHiS- YHXE'S GKEATEST STORE. You'll be surprised to see how much more the family purse wi buy at this store and all the merchandise is so fresh , so clean and so ii viting. Come and outfit yourself and children for Decoration Day ar save. In Charming and Original Styles Specially Priced at $2.95,$3.95 $4.95, $5.95 and $7.50 Positively the Most Beautiful Hats Sho-wri This Season. Pattern Hats Large picture sque Leghorn Hats, fine Milans and many other stunning styles to choose from. Your choice tomorrow at one- half .price . ?35.00 Hats, $17.50; $25.00 Hats, $12.50; $20.00 Hats, ?10.00f $15.00 Hats, $7.50. New Hats We have many new hats to show you i morrow. The charm of individuality $1.95. Come see the hats and doubtlc this will explain their individually n colors, sand, navy, purple, gold and ma other colors. Choice $1.95. Children's Hats Something new and something to be saved ,011 the price--and today come forward considerable group of the brightest and prettiest hats of the season--they're talking abo So here goes the prices--49c, 69c up to $3.50. Dainty Waists for Decoration Day of fine white Voile, Springtime Cloth, barred Dimities, colored Batiste, Georgette and Crepe de Chine, at $1.00 up to $7.50. Everything For the Children. Leather Belts, black, white or rod, 25c and 50e. Union Suits, combination waist, all sizes, 75c. Children's Parisols, 39c to SJc. Children's Hose Supporters, 25c. Children's Garters for socks, J2c. Children's Handkerchiefs, 5c and 10 c. Children's Lace or- Lawn Caps, 25c up to $1.96. Children's Silk Coats, colors, rose, copen, pink or black. Prices 7.50 up to flO. Children's Serge or Shepherd Plaid Coats, 53.95 to fS.OO. Boys' Wash Suits, S9c to ?2.75. Silk Dresses. The season's most stunning models at ?9.95 up to ?15.00. We have never seen such beauti- lul Dresses. _ Come and supply your needs for the Summer. Summer Wash Skirts A timely Sale--Biggest assortments--Greatest variety of styles at 35c up to $8.50. Flags. All Fast Colors. S:ze 214x4 _ Size 5x8 Size GxlO , Size 8x12 . . $1.25 . $5.50 . $8.50 . $12.00 Daintiest of Neckwear. What's new? Come to Dunn's and see. The variety is tremendous, crisp and new and just enough of each to give you practically exclusiveness in ownership--at 35c, 59c and 98c. Children's Apparel. All the dainty conceptions find I prominence here and our prices are ever consistent with the policy that has made Dunn's famous for chil- , dreu's wearing apparel. I Children's Summer Dresses, | styles that are dainty and service- | able, at 59c, 89c and $1.50. Girls' and children's white dresses suitable for every age up to 16 years. It's your good fortune to come and see the Dresses at 75c up to S7.50. Suit Cases and Traveling Bags. No doubt you are making p parations for your trip to camp elsewhere. We have a most cc plete and carefully selected line Suit Cases and Bagsl We can g you exactly what you want--s shape and style--all at the fair prices. Traveling Bags at $2.69 to ?S.50. Suit Cases at $2.25 up to S6.5C Hosiery Novelties. It's in evidence in our Hoar Department. The newest novel! are always shown, here first, will show you many designs t are different to any you have si here heretofore, at 75c up to $J per pair. In stylish socks for children have the styles you want at 33c i 45c. Women's Lisle Hose at 59c. Colors--white, black and bro- Come get your share of these w. derful bargains. Children's Lisie Hose in bl! or white at 29c and 39c. BELL-ANS Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Druggists refund money if it fails. 25c Gray Hair If . .. airl A nicp«ratwnTDr rcatonnB nttura) color to fadedtiir,forKowvjuKduidnirfuid u« haron - la not · dyt. Geonooe liiod bonlea Kt ' CP TO THE MAS. You get hair when you use BALD HUAD HAIR onowii ' Telephone and ask quetiLlon Bflly For.!, SntKilc', Drv cc

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