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I IK.R 1 'RORI KMS Annette EVENING il-'w, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 192*. ^ ' ~~* """" "" l ' "~ "~" " ' "·" "· 9~*~ ~~ heart." I.Milan said »oftly to her | blc la over, ao 1 want ou to I* a *OM| H »rp now ThaCi th'« w a y you w i l l I · mall duii«lit*r. *nrt w i t h it part m* g^i, ^ j n f d 0 » n c n .,,,,, P , , 111(|1 , i n - l p o u r mother I** Would you I huir to J u n i o r , M a r l o n docilely fcl-' Marlon w i l l j u m p i n t o \\rr t n i ' i i i ^ ' l k * m1 ' n """ '"' '" «le*P*" l c » w » d r»i« to h r r r n o t h e r ' H room ' h « l . and 1 « III In i l n w n w i t i i I i i n' r " W i l l o i t h i n k rin- a hla- bali " " K a t l i " 1 t u m i d on rm l i t t l i - mal'l In r m o t h e r ' i l i a mi U i H , i i . l " l i t t l i M,I p » I m j i-n d ' i f I «*k w i t h i i p n u n u i l s » \ r i i t \ . K i 1 loa n r b i m y loi a w h i l e , n o c l iM m l ' i p p o i t n n t t ) t" a t t e m p t t h e f u r o 01 m u » t not inakr a n ? m n «l « ' i u i i \ifr r l d l c i i l i m i I n s t e r L i . but In r wo«' no m a t t i r wluit you |,f U r - t m i lira-one f u c e m.ule It d i t l l r u l t fur m In t h e r«n m h n und KO tn *\ \ 10 ! " · » « m · \ u r l K h l " K u l l , » i, ,,, ,1 , ,, . , « " ( ) h ' I do u l i n m e m x s e l f I »o c n l m ad t h o u i f h sin h n I ; t -,' s h r c m t m \ st I f ' ' H l i r \« u i l i d 1 n e t N h a k e n oft tin- thr»* of I \ « t i · , , r , | HO f o o l i s h ni i k i . al d i ' t nniKi-. KI t o|t| she r r i w l r i l I n t o k; ,\ oi,, ,j . ,, | \ c m n n s a l l i r u z \ *o (tin* t a l k N O b a d ^ t i e t c l m l r r i v m l i I n K J . I I M u ,, · l ( , u b y \ u ( i h J n n H l m o m p I n b u I t l i c g l m t r i n i f K i l i n t o r n \ n i so To**orrou'« i in to H«I, )(,· 'Ho ,»,· That Jack I ' l l t ' n i ' , H i u n \ u i d o . Hi t 11 n m r ' MI 11 i r * . i v » i t a n m e t i t n c n v !M n I hn \ r ,1 hi u l ^ i h i " , A n I K I I I In « a n i h . i I I H ^ I C to » h i me , I n n n t nif I it\ ni n ' o n i xo m i n \ j n i tl , rt I n \ i- « i I M I 11 n i l i-p to r- .1 I i CM , i i h n i ; i I i N I r i n A m i I k i pt i t up \t t t M m o n ' M 11 K l . i r h r i . i t h i u p M t " \ * * ' ' l ' ' i t H* i- u i » m l i i ii and In r m t l i r t · ' * v i *· M i ' 1 t i l u l l r n i k i i n \ i ! of ni| OPJC By Gtntvitvt - F R I D A Y MAY 12 lnflu»m-?4, r--»ii^ WC | for (ferrnaatBt Imprthr* -;t ta »/· f a i n Tl o»» w f 'on flu f r o m t 1 i i f k |. i m l t whoa* Birthday It is of a rh^njful 1« «ur wltl * foriun^i ' ) I V Q K » S H. and there may b« KIT f ' 'ii f r n d ' r m a n d t i l A i t tu n' I · ri id '"' n ' ' '' " ' l a *'" *"- fortiinat* II 1 ' ·, « M i 'i d | | J » " I ' ' " ' 1 ' nft* "n4 w i l l h« K*nrr. , , , i , k t | \ 1 0 ' '"'^ i n ' n i i d h ' · m . i y Ike *rratnl I ,, ! _ ' i i r e l l d M i md · ; b j » r t to adrerM r ^ r r r *lcli«m I D I I r t n t l ' 1 IP so n h n m e m s « ] l " t u c k e d the c o m f o r t e r , i l . u t 'IT HI 1 M - n n - t. m l i r n[v|in v i l nf m » r m n . i " I f * . i l l , l K l t t h i s l . m i . K u t l . " I | » h l » p « r , . , l s . r t l v t , h, r ' ;,",',',. I," T k m '^'[ . * ' " t , . n ' ,P."» l.TIn f ' iMaCVr Kald c l i r u i U i f j o u ' l l otih r i m e m - " V o u a r r t l i p I M R M ^ I ! - t | , , r [ , . , , , , . . , . . ,,,,', M ) . r ' . . . T * . , , 1 1 , 1 1 , U n n m i · « , ! · . Ix-r the n i x t t i m e A nd a l l t he t r o u - k n o w , M a H n n H it v n , tn o ,,. t t , i , ^ , J ) I "r, « « . , ' " ' i t n l ' ' ' * i ir^ s t i 1 r- -i Tl ' r» rpreni n ,d r - i i y M' n W« k m w w h a t t 11 t h a t i' .,11 i'ti nip' K a' i i . h 1 7 i' ! i I » I i r 1 ' t r i; of man five a w o m n n »»r»ra«D' rin* (' n d l a m md -- I've just heard that Belle's house burned not an hour ago. I can't get hei -«nd 1 rnusf! She bourht a tweed suit just like mine and I want to buy hers, If there'} kft, to ha»t t tailored handbag made -- they're so smart -- to match my suiti -- ^ WISE MEN] Th« tm!v«r«« Ii s. circle without or circumference. on« c«un keep house better ( her mottier till s!ie trleth. i · · * To m»V« up a rreat action there ·n no subordinate mean ones. * * * I Only th« ohlWs llttl* world Is replete ·with th» gpld«n «heen of pootry MY MARRIAGE PROBLEMS Adele G?i i Iron's Ncr Phase of Revelations of a Wife 0 ,/ UU. -* . t H*a, Gr~*u*i "Took It Our" on Mad**. | ) \ \ ! ! | | ! / M K - (0 S TORE closed o n F r i d a y , May 12 in order to r e m a r k our stock for Which starts on Saturday, May 13 The scene which confronted me In my ttiotherrln-Iaw's room was one which tufg^d with equal strength at m$ senso o( the ludicrous and of the putlietic. MrithPr Grahatn'a tone and manner ·nore aa haughty and majestic n.s If she w,-rp clad tn a gtlken gown and s u r v e i n R the u n i v e i n e through htr I ' r f r n e t t e Hut It is hard tn \e t o n \ i n c i n f d ) dignified in a flannel n i ^ h t K o w n and rrd j a r n allppers, witli tw wisps of jra hair brtCded down one's hack, and 1 would h«r« found It h.inl to control my rislbles had It not been for the contrasting picture at Junior'^ c-i Ii Marion, slender, exquisite In her dainty plrtk pajaman. w i t h her gfld- cn-^linted hair ruffled in her el( ep, but with wide, terrified e^es a t a u n x fl^cm her w h i t e face, was holding J u n i o r tlshtlv in her arms, and had effectually iiuieted his j r l N ·which had been tmlf-anK«-, h a l f - f r l p h t e n e d Hut the little rirl waa shlverintr w i t h frig-ht as well as cold, and I crossed quickly to her, Itfnorin* for the moment my mother-in-laws' tirade w h i c h I knew from experience had but ju«t b«i^uj. and would gain in A o l u m e and strength an ft continued "Mother?" The- child's white lips framed the question tensely. "Mother Is all rtirht 8h« will be here In a minute, dear," I said ncftiy. Then In a louder tone, I repeated the explanation Lillian had Instructed me URKENKOHN'S Mid-Season 4-DAY SALE Now going on! Ends Saturday Night to g i \ e conn r n m ^ our supposed al.n-m Bt chicken thieves L i l l i a n lnt*rv«nM. "t'hickea tli|i-\eB' F i d d l e s t i c k s ' m\' f i i o t h r r in l a w c t a r u l a t i d si ni n f u l l y . "MarK.'iri t , j o u n e \ ( r h a \ i fixiled me tor an instance s m ^ p you married K l c h a r d ' -- h e r tone spcke of j t a i ' s of attempttd deceit upm m jKtrt--"and ou needn't think } ou arc K"inr to herein now You ha"vm't u n \ pistol"--I g u i l t i l y vlBlon*J ray l l t t k revolver locked In my trunk--"and o u needn't U-ll me that a sane w o m a n like Mrs Underwtiod Is shoot. I n R o t of t h p window at chicken thieves. That's l i k e the performances of those animals across the road \\ hen they don t know anything else to do, they shoot tiff a gim You'll have to t h i n k up a better story than. that. But that isn't what 1 w a n t to know from ou. How darr you t u r n a key on me, locking me In my rocm as t h o u g h I were some spoiled c h i l d ? How dare you?" Khe almost choked upon the words, no anjrry waa phe, and I daUled men- tall;, w i t h the retort that "she *aa but a spoiled c h i l d , and that If I could only add a spunking' to the key-turning it mlfrht have a salutary effect. Needless to say. however, I did not u t t e r my thought aJoud. Indeed, to rm fcre.it relief I did not ne«d to make her any answer, for Lillian came swiftly Into the room "Dear Mother Graham," ab« said' placatln*l, "It was not Margaret, n | was I who locked your door. And ' w h e n we are alone I CAB explain 1 Her gaze swept the refit of us, my- j self Included, as though -we were b u t 1 I pawns in s frame of which Mother Ciiaham wan at the very least a bishop. And the almost Imperceptible w i n k nhe ga\e me in paastng nearly completed the havoc In my laujthtet muscles which my niotlier-ln-law'g nprwirrinco liwl I'Cffun. M a r i o n ' s RcquMt. "Oh 1 " My mother-in-law amocthed hf-r ruffled feathers down -with startl- i n g Quickness. Theajh* turned on "Well 1 What an you waiting for?" she demanded. "Take that little girl away and get her calmed down." ·T,o w i t h Auntie Mad»e, Less mending with Chase-O What woman fata to mead, darn, and icw on b u t t o n s ? Rubbing clothes on the washboard is the cause of much of thu work. Chase-O doe« away with the waahboard. Use Chase-O Laundry Crystals with your regular laundry soap and you don't have to rub the clothe*. Merely boiling or soaking frees all the dirt and leavos the clothes spot- IMS]/ dean and sweet. CHASE-0 WASHES t AND jBLUES 44 ftffc Woodtrfnl for wooloaa an4 fin« siSn at wrll as for th 9 regular hmilj wwhtog. THE 1 Oc B A.CK S A.LE EXTRA VALUES that we believe, brook no comparison. Don't m««t thi« chance to ?iye MORE money than usual. Look over this list carefully, checking the items you want, and be here early Friday morning. Remember our genero"?, broad-gauged offer lOc. Back on Every Dollar's Worth of Merchandise you buy. Keep your sales slips and take then; to the lOc. Back Desk. GIRI.S' K" ilt SKIRTS, at She'll be a bonnie little lass in one of these charming kilted skirts, made of all- wool velours in plaids, · checks and stripes. Shoulder straps adjust with a buckle. CHILDREN'S $1.50 GUIMPES, at Made of organdie*, dimities and cotton pongees. Sizes 6 to 1 6 years. 98c UP TO 75c. STAMPED GOODS Discontinued "Royal Society" starnped pieces, comprising Centers, Scarfs, Carriage Robes, Pillow Tops, Dressing Sacques and Towels WOMEN'S 50c. IJSI.F. GLOVES, Pr.. Extra good! Gray lisle gloves. 2-clasp style. Sizes 6 to 7'/ 2 . 15c BROAD AND rKONT SlKEETS £ H. WIRTSCHAKlfcR A SON. Marvelous Values In Thousands of Dollars' Worth of Curtains, Curtain Materials and $2.50 Ready to Hang Awninga $1.75 A truly remarkable offering. Three size*. 30, 36 and 40 inches wide. Brown, '·vhite, green and blue stripes Complete with frame and fittings. Mail orders given special attention. Upholstery Goods Awning Stripes, 29c. Yat J Phenomenal value. Regularly 59c. yard. Made of heavy 6 and 8-ounce duck. Brown, blue, green and white stripes. 1,000 yards on sale Friday at this low price. An event that offers you wonderfully advantageous prices, and I Oc. refunded on every dollar you spend! Up to 50c. Flowered Cretonne*, yard . . . . 25c (Cretonne weather! Pretonne t i m e 1 Pretonno valu« here' ( h i n t z and colonial effects, in 1 and 3-tone colorings for bungalow drapi ·!, pillows, courh covet i, etr Up to $3.00 I ^r B«d Spre-d» 69c 75 . N i ^ f t l n g h a m lacr b'd n p r a r t M f u r d ' i u l i l - bedi at fi'.tt ( ir h M m i l l ic t u r f r H si'rnncii w n r i h u p t o I 3 0 D p i r n O n sale I n u p d e p a r t m e n t . 5-Qtt?t«r Table Oilcloth, yard . . 18c $1.25 77c f * $6 Traveling Bags, $2.98 Only 50 of these durable, substantial bags at ,$J 98 earh Made of Naygahyde a new prwemi in rubber--which fftves more lasting wear than leather 18 and IR-lnch sizes Stfel frames. Reinforced rorners Fitted with strong lock. Very slightly Imperfect --Second Floor. "5 pieces w h l ! i - p»-bblp, t n b l B (ilk-loth. D u l l f l n l - h Imperfect W n r t h ^ i yard Cook's $1.00 Printed 1 inole*- ·», «|n-re yd, Cook's cork-filled, hurlap-bacji Linoleum*, In m i l t lengths from 2 to 8 yards, but m a n y iiieren a l i k e 8 - q u a r t e r w ' d t l i In t i l e and parquette flo»irm« do-limi, light and dark color* Fur hall', bathroom, kltchrn, nfflce or f i h o p T h i i v o airy p n - t t v r u r t a i n s , l h r t b r t M K the » r hcifttu '.·^ o f H u m m e r I n t o ever} room v, h e r e i n t hi hans' Plain l i e m « ' l t h d . J ! 4 a n l ^ lonj? \\ f i l l " a n i l ( r u $2.0O M«rtfM«ette I -^ Curt«m» F pair. Cxtrn f l n » q u a l i t y n l l h t o r c h o n l - i c c edplng 2'* \an1n lu t- \ \ h l t o on! A n y b r l d w « . j | , l r « \ f l I n r h o o n i n R t h p » e A n o t h ' i t x a n i | l ' » of savings t h i r k f.i«t mil f r e i j u e n t hf re tomorroo. OQ itJ Just T,ook At These Basement Specials Bargains to the right of you Bargains to the left of you Bargains everywhere. I Oc. refunded on every dollar's worth you buy. 5 Yards Crash Towrlmf, at 2Sc Three 29c. B-H. Towels, at 50c. $1.59 Seamless Sheets, at $1.00. Good heavy quality; unbleacb*4; rtry aboorbent. Red border Art Liven, 25c Yard Krru color art lln*n; pur* flax; very desirable for making all sorts of an n«edl«work. SOc Orf» dies, 25c. Yard. New. crisp quality: plain color organdies. Come In the m-Tt * a n t f d ihades Heavy, aponiry quality; full bleached, hTnmed ends n 18x37 «lx?«-lnch alte. No dressing Wldo hems. Limit t o a c u s t o m e r . 4 Yards 19c. Dress Gingkfm,, .t 50c. 29c. ShirHng Mtdras f 5 Yards lor $1.01. Good qusHty. neat patterns for makms house and I n p r f . t t y mu | t i-color stripes, also prints Tard wide. porch drfBsos. 3 Yards of 29c. White Madras, at 50c 5 Yards Punjab Perches, at $1.00. SCTCD 6c. Wash Q«^*« for 25c. Uberal sire. With neatly colored border Girls' S--MMT Vtft*, at 19c Values to ISo. ·!»*· 4 to 1« r». Beaded or band tops. Iow neck, no »le»t« rtyle. CkiJdrtn's "SUpax" UMM S*iU, 79c e- Rerularly tl 00 th« garment Extra One quality Pink onb 8li»s t to t yean. CKUtta's Ksot Uasra Smits, 49c. Ben-tceable. knit union*, made In th» popular blootner eff«cL Blirm I to 10 y4«r». I'p to 7»c Talups W««'i $1.59 awl $1.98 "FBtarist" UMM Svts, at $1.1*. Eelf-rtrip«d whit* madras shlrUnR of exceptionally q u a l i t y , i 2 Yards 39c. Beach Qorii, at 50c. Th« most popular cotton wash fabric of UIP gea«on Shown In f i f t y d i f f e r e n t shades Women's 49c ^sle Hose, 24c Pair. Merc«rl«*d. Ribbed and hemmed tops Huy stock now and g*t lOc. beck on «very dollar you spend Thl» ii « w o n d e r f u l assortment of !l£ht ground p«r- ca.ei Full i.!ec«« 35c. Romper Cloth, 5 Yards for $1.00. 31 ln he. » l d " in plain or fancy patterns. fi r i hililr-n s plsy suit*. 's */ 4 I Sox, 15c. P--. 39c. Bos^tir Cips, 25c s a certain fine charm about them t^·t ·_ ran't h"lp but admlm Made of satin Lac« and rib- Ion trimmed ~ to 10 In children's thre«-qttarter length soz Black, w h i t e and cordovan R«ys' k Uaica Swts, 33c. 39c. S- -- *r S:BT., 15c. Yard. rir«ln» th^m out entirely tomorrow at · dollar r i i h Mail'- nf flnr .niallty nainsook Sites l« to 44 fn p nk an1 w h l t r WMMSI'S RkM»M Rib lUie, 35c Pair. Absolute clearance 100 \ards 27-Inch Summer silk* Frw odd nhad»« Whllr It lA»t» lie yard. $1.25 Jtp S.H-, 39e. Yard. 1 vo vgrdi frtrlp^d Jap ullk for f b l r t i and b1ou»*a. at thl« brr^th-taklna-lv low prlC" Friday 36-inch W'sk Satin, 8Qc. Yard. l n r l r I I J"' ) « r ' l I n H^»h and w h l t ^ IIom«- t a k e r n t i n f - h i * \ x h i f S palm for tl ·* NoteJ for thllr quallt) Colors, chaoi^-^ft* and Budr. '. 10c Handkircteis, 4c. Each. »lxr rialn h.'rfiinrd All white And what woman ever had »n^u|th 'h ' i to TSr nalnjook, ribbed and fmu«» untc~«. la aO ilr»s for b«^ Men's $1.00 OreHU, (9c P--. Stonily ··"w^l and reinforced, hickory strip* *i - · 11« S i x . i n I to 44 Men's S^rts stid Uravers, 39c Eack i v B ,i ,r · "c -+tr c t r m « - " f M i d * ^f n«lnsi/ck. *|h. ' ' ' V "M ' K a r » t u r c n m ^ If \ jr +it« !| ^il». Women's S^ St.cVi n ,, 59c. Pair. i ' p to 'V »hr«-aJ and flbr* nllk hcJ«r wth f -.· and ll«lr ;.p« j i« c k, w h i t e and color* Store Openers Front the First Floor Be here at 8:30 sharp for th_s; plums: RJCK-RACr, the* Whit* and .^. ------ §c. ...... lie Hujtly at AMOKK.1i COngH, f i Save On TotUu'ei lOc FACE rOWDTI, fei Cniik-» of Women's 39c , 15c. 3tV. flr«h wr O|»r Km fare »nd while n n . l of *m ith Sic fe ffc GirJii, 3$c Eack MaJ. AJI is! tec la IYI^I* «il Holtabt* 10. f£F9ODE^l l\XiriPA5ifc 37e. lie M'-Vtt TMCUM I7c. We. WE* KIM T.MCUM 21*. IB: THUi^-nnrWEIl ILUFlTf; k x l t 10. MAVIS **iP\CI UCH s*J Val. n«* 1 ^, Inch- _ wt^^, in *e , - Bi/s' $1.51 Pajanus, 9c Ssjit M i d " of v« in *.'li I por«-r a r t mi Al : 4. MM'S 25- Wash Fin, lit. Pi n Yards, ISc h*r.l- In d lt«r . w. grt r-" Paa*as, $1. Tiki* ft*,, ft* ,. ik* la nlftr l".!*^ f UlJT «1U1 Silk INFWSFAPF.Rf SiFWSPAPFRI

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