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Tuesday. April 8, 1924. D E O A T t i i R E V I E W PAGE THREE. Price of Experience High, Says Gipsy Smith EvangeHat UM» No Text, Bui Relates FacU From His Life In Convincing Manner. "It i« fin* to go t» eolleg*. to high citing th* on* "Do I Love th* IxirdT iool, lo resit «o»d book*, but th«rc Am 1 Ills or NotT H« Mid the au. thor undoubtedly mutt hav* had liver trouble when h* wrote that, because everyone know* that God loves hli leople. It I* for u» to k««p our part of (h* hsrgatn. I l l * original none Monday evening was -The End of th* Trail" and the M l i c r w e l l k n o w n song he sung was · re some thing* you learn only by ·iperlencG. Now · I ftarned In the ·vliool of exporfene*. ",;itr t u i t i o n Is hlcli hut you nerer 'forget w h a t you Ifiirn there." x , T h u s Gypsy Rlmon Smith started · '.it on I l l s subject. Moudsy cver.ln;,- .fm-lne M, lar«a suillenr* In the F i r s t , i .. \| on ,." H f o t l i ' M l l s t c h u r c h . . w h i c h , w h i l e n o t · n l.ire.i us the on* of Sunilny n l c ; h l wll " o "wishe* to. talk to h i m and wll *·»«. n s ho "Sid. "pretty good Cor!,,,, ,,, , h , church a half hour before ·vnsii day." The a u d i t o r i u m and bal- I llle , erv ices are to begin, an* for a cony were f u l l and much of tho Sun- [ n,,i s t i m e after th* services If »ny *:ty school room. It I s - u n l i k e l y t h a t · n y o i i * w a » t u r n e d away u n l e s s it was some who may «ave"objected to · I t t l i i a ; a s f a r a « a y from t h e npeal;:r · « w a w necessary. Tho i i l i i t f i i r i u w h l c l t Dr. S m i t h hv.l tloi'^d to have erected for M o n d a y · l u l i t w a s n o t ready h u t I t w i l l L." f'-:idy ly TiH'nday n l K l i t , w h i c h u!!' « i v « l l i x m l n l s t r r a c h a n c e t o R e t rl'.'.HT u« h l » people. VSES NO TEXTS. '".yi^y S m i t h takes no t e x t * . I T c · i: r r ' H T H T * h i * (Mihjert a n d rrart* t h e K v l p m r n lesson. This Is i:otli:cable t h r o u g h o u t h i s e v e n i n g t a l k s iincl ono · u r e ^ ^ w i t h h i m «t t h o close o f t h e *'-nti"n w h e n he »ays: " I ill'ln't t a k e n n y t e x t y n u see. A K y r ^ y l» n a t u r a l l y a w n n d c r e r and 3 am n f r n l i t I w o u l d ml n t l c k to It." "The school of e x p e r i e n c e I* needed » l t h ! t a c c o m p a n y i n g w i s d o m . c.om- tiiiii «ense ati'l tact. It one I' to l e a d · t M i t u to ChH«t," he mild. "l.ct t:s o n e cares to speak to him then. REMOVE HATS. One request was all that was neees n a r y for the removal of hats. \vomeTi came to M«n the services 1 wlthou .u Dr. J. T. McDavid President MenVCIub. About seventy-five men heard an address by Dr. J. r C.. JKessler. pro fessor at Knoi college and formerly dean of men at M l l l l k l n . at th* regular; meeting of th* Men's club of the (First Presbyterian 'church In the church Monday night. Dr. Hessler's lecture was described by one of his hearers as very wholesome. He brought out some of the essentla things needed In the modern l i f e first co-operation, second discipline oj ourselves, and third sympathetic understanding of our neighbor although he d i f f e r .very widely with us ILLUSTRATES WITH ROBINS. To Illustrate each of thes* three things he told stories of robins, gleaned f r o m his owSi observation of those birds who were attracted to Ms yard by crumbs and other food which he placed out for them. The i f i r s t point was Illustrated In the way t h e m Monday evening, and very few ())e r o bi n ». traveled In h a r m o n y dur- remalned on heads d u r i n g the ser- {ng t n e ) r m i g r B tion but «s soon as vice. food was at hand they were each for .,i?, e = r .7£ b. or E.7 TM"^ ; TMi h : hn 7'.wr each tr * a to drlv ' thc T M « ' w l l l ' b e l a w n . 1 , He |ola of w a t c l l l n B ^ d n a d y robin e n m n i o n eenflo Ion. I am UnM or tie.-irlnc p e o p l e : I l i r y inc.in tn sl'e.nk !··» some r.r.e ·ry d;ty. T h e y o f t e n h U i r u l c r 1;i;if S«." Kort con. hoy In tli.' e y p s y t n k n r n v h o w t o .·mlmal". I h a v e "\Vh-Mt I was a r ni van w« luid · n a r » b i r d s a n . I services. Tuesday night. conducted by the evangelist. . · 'M i n i s t e r s who are In these services .ire I n v i t e d to the platform. Ttev. It. K Henry, r.cv. A. M. Wells. Rev. Hom e r M o n t g o m e r y of Decatur and n«v. T. F.. Reynolds of Mt. P u l n s k l were p r e s e n t Monday evening. K.ich church member was urged to b r i n e "some other fsllow along--some one who Is not accustomsd to at- t e n d i n g church" for the Tuesday night Tlie subject of Tuesday night's m e e t l n c w i l l be "A Gypsy In a Pal- cuir r e - i ac( , ·· ] n t h i s sermon th* gypsy l« I going to t e l l w h a t tlie k i n g of Eng' l a n d p a i d to h i m . and w h a t he. the ! gypsy said fj the k i n g of E n g l a n d . | Gypsy Smith Says: ·nan-it ih.-m I" r i i K l n m t and C a n a d a . »n K i i K l a n d o f t e n , w h e n 1 w o u l d h a v e *-..ti I n t r o u b l e . If It h u d been fSiml f n i t If von r v e r s n a r e d t h o m y o u l i i i o w It I n v In to set a t r n p t h a t is · \ p . t «erl. I f . there I * o n e p r a y e r we As i M i r i s i l n i n a n d soul w i n n e r s o i i R h t lo pray. It Is 'O Goil. g i v e us wisdom · nd understmidln*;'." l l » t o l d rotneth'.nir of Ills work In ·li.i s l u m s of London, how wiien lie f i r s t t o o k t i p his work t h e r e lie w a s · '.iMed n l t o u t hy h i s , predecessor who «.,;! h i m tn U o r p mil of » c n r t o l n shoe · h " p I t n M i i H " I n I t \vus » n e x - p i i ( r i U ? t w!;o n.is an n t h o l s t H n d who w o u l d t h r o w h i m o u t . t.'.«iiiic «--ine of tli« w N i l n r n « n d tart, for whS-h be was t t l r s d l n K he. t o l d l i o w lie e n t e r e d t h e « h o p n-:vir t e l l i n g nt h U mission, sml t h r o u g h t h « R i f t o f a b i r j w h l e h t h e TII:III l o v e d , , t i n won h i s w a y to h i s i K - n r i nn.l I n t o hi. «sinl1y. « e e l n i r all 1I;« f a m i l y e n t e r th« c'a'.ivch e v e n t u a l l y . ' · TALKS TO TOI;NT. IT.OPLT:. A purl of Ills sermon was d i r e c t e d try to teach his baby to eat worms w i t h o u t b a v i n s one placed In h i s m o u t h ' by a ' p a r e n t bird. The baby bird was slow to learn but In thc end he 1ld as Fie was Instructed. The third point also was I l l u s t r a t ed by Incidents of the same birds nnd th* whole lecture was very Interesting to th* men. ELECT OFFICEHS. Preceding the address, the regular dinner was served and In a shor.t business m e e t i n g officers were e l e c t ed.' Dr. J. T. M c D a v I d was n a m e d president. Victor Dewein, vice president. H. D. Spencer, secretary, Dr. W. J. Saline, t r e a s u r e r . S t a n d i n g committees reported t h e w o r k d o n e d u r i n g the last year. Proposition Considered for · ·:.··', Long Time. ; WORK TO BE PUSHED Subway Project Not to Be · ; - · ; : Figured. · "Property 'o'wn'erd out ' o n . that street are a s k i n g w h a t we are doing about the p a v e m e n t : o n East Orchanl street," said Uarry n u t h r a u f f , commissioner of public property, at the council m e e t i n g Monday nftcnoon. "The request for that . p a v e m e n t has been In for some t i m e arid If there are to be some streets l e f t out because of the lack o f ' m o n e y In the p u b l i c Improvement f u n d I t h i n k t h a t t h i s street ahould have attention before some of the streets w h i c h have been brought tn later." UP IXJNO TIME. East Orchard - street p a v i n g has been up before t h o c o u n c i l for some t i m e b u t when o r i g i n a l l y b r o u g h t u p was postponed because of the .possi- b i l i t y of a s u b w a y being put u n d e r the I l l i n o i s Central tracks where t h a t street crosses t h e railroad. Mr. R u t h r a u f f brought tip the subject w h e n A. I*. Mc.N'ahb. c o m m i s s i o n e r of f i n a n c e , called the a t t e n t i o n of t h e c i t y c o u n c i l t o t h e need o f s t u d y i n g t h e p u b l i c I m p r o v e m e n t f u n d b e f o r e itoinp- to'j far on p l a n s fpr w o r k the c o m l n j f flscn! year as t h e r e ' I s - only a l i m i t e d a m o u n t w h i c h can be "made available for advanced costs on such wor-k. Mr. P.uthra-uff said t h a t t h e r e had been rerp.iesls for t h a t p a v e m e n t for EXPECT DECISION PN||V1UCT A. of C. Director* Discuss Project.- Decision upon a d e f i n i t e p!an_..for the proposed construction o f , a Sev. enth street viaduct Is expected to ,bV jaui tf "When I was a boy I wanted to help my mother. I saved a few p o u n d s and w e n t Into business. It was R going concern--for It was a horse. Soon I got a cart and bought some crockery and auctioned it on the street. One day the horse went d o w n on his knees. It was a habit lie had. He spent m o r e time on Ills knees than some Christians. The horse went down .and so did my crockery and I was among the wreckage. Say. my friend, you arc down are y o u ? Well, are you con- t e n t (o s t a y a m o n g tli« wreckage?" "A boy w i t h o u t en a m b i t i o n Is like a - c a r w i t h o u t f i - a s . " "When God calls you to a task. He a l w a y s gives you th* power to per- f o r m t h a t task." "O, people. I hav* no more wlsdpm t l i a n y o n . but I w a n t everyone to k n o w t h a t t h e r e Is a right way to 1o thins'-" "A p a r t of rny ministry Is to the church members. Ther* Is so much room for Improvement. W*. ar'n't half «· «ood a* we *hould be.- but we th«m." "t w a n t you y o u n i r people." he said. "In iiiuleri.-tn.nil t h » t HHMW s e r m o n s a r e · · m u c h for y o u us for I h * o l d e r |i.!ls." W R I T E S OWN SONGS. One of i h e reasons G y p s y S m i t h · r i t e s some of hie o»-n SOOK" l» l«- rsuse he doesn't a p p r o v e of the sent i m e n t *xpre«e4 In some of them. Member* of th* Newcom*r« etub and their wire* enjoyed · dlnnsr at .he Staler club houw Monday even- ng. Th* dinner was prepared by :h» wive*. LJttl* Wlnona Otrlch gave a clown dance. Th* evening ws* «pent with dancing and playing cards. CONFIDENCE o*oda» who every winter at lea* aot bottles of ; EMULSION counting it« good invest* ill.. Keep5eoM'« hi Ae rnerjtdne-caae. IIS THIS h l « personal wor'K." "We have yet to »ee the «r»at; hln«» which Cod can do through the, veople who *re who'.'.y consecrated . o Him." NEWCOMERS MEET AT STALEY CLUB IMM*r. Ff»»ar*« fcy Wire* ef Me«i- G. A. Wright, Decatur, Among Prize Winners. The I l l i n o i s Traction System has given names to Its t h r e e de l u x e trains, th* morning parlor car, the afternoon parlor car and the s l e e p i n g car t r a i n s w h i c h operata dally between Pcoria. S p r i n g f i e l d and · St. Louis. The morning t r a i n Is to be k n o w n as the "Capitol Limited." the a f t e r noon train, the " I l l i n l Limited" and the eleeplng car train Is named "The Owl." i The n a m i n g of these trains Is 1n l i n e with the policy of progressive railway carriers In d i g n i f y i n g t h e i r best trains w i t h a distinctive name. The christening was left to thc employees of the road, and more than 600 names were suggested. Each employee was Blven o p p o r t u n i t y to make a suggestion for each train. Names suggested were to be decrlp- tlve of the scrvlco rendered or thc territory served. O f f i c i a l s of the company believe that ell three of the names selected aro well suited to the trains and t h a t the christening will serve to f u r t h e r the reputations of these already popular limited*. The prize winners among the employees are as follows: Those s u g - j testing "Capitol Limited." E. B. Kce-i nn. Bloomlnglon; Virgil C. Hoarln,: S p r i n g f i e l d ; J. T. Scott, Georgetown' and H. W. Altevogt, Benld. x | Those suggesting "Illlnl l,lmlted,"j George R. Morris, Springfield. George. S. Davlion. Stslllngs, and H. C.; WhetzeV Peoria. Thos* suggestlngj "Th* Owl" as the nam* for th* sleep-1 Ing ear train were Wllda Kerns,' Dawwn; anfl a.'A. Wright, Dscatur. some t i m e a n d h e f e l t t h a t I t s h o u l d not be set aside for I m p r o v e m e n t s t h a t .had been a s k e d for l.-.tor. EXC3TSTEP.ING WOT! 1C DONE, a n i l "f'^ck of p a v e m e n t Is J-.ist \ v i i n t Is h o l d l n p b a r k t h a t p o r t i o n o f t h e city." said Mayor Elder, a n d Morgan O'I3rlcn. c i t y e n g i n e e r , reported t h a t all ef the enerir.eerlnfr work on the s t r e e t liad been completed when It w n s up for conslileratlon before. " The council agreed t h a t t!ie prob- a b i l i t y of a s u b w a y at Orchard street and I l l i n o i s Central is so slight ti-.at it would be. best to start tlie-.paving project on its way. pave the street lit grade nnd do It till* year. M I L E IN LENGTH. The p a v e m e n t as now p l a n n e d w i l l run f r o m . North Water street to Woodford street, almost exactly a m i l e in le-ngth. The m a t e r i a l to b* used has not been d e c i d e d . It may be b r i c k , asp h a l t or c o n c r e t e , probably one of the two l a t t e r because of the lower cost. " K n o n K l i p a v e m e n t 'Is I n s i g h t t o k e e p us b u s y for tw-» years," Bald one of the commissioners. "They have e n o u g h on request In Springfield lo keep them busy for three years." said Morgan O'Brien, r,ouIs Thursday of the r a i l r o a d cross- Ing e l i m i n a t i o n c o m m i t t e e of the Association of Commerce and city o f f i - c i a l s w i t h .T. S. 'TausslK,' p r e s i d e n t .of the Wabash railroad, -and- o t h e r AV.-i- hasli , o f f i c i a l s . T h i s , was Indicated M o n d a y n i g h t a t - t l i e r e g u l a r ' m ' e e l f e i R of the A. of C. directors at w h i c h the v i a d u c t proposition w a s f u l l y discussed. Cooperation w i t h the Macon C o u n t y Fair association, by the Association was also discussed, us was the proposed concerts by the Goodman b a n d for the summer. No d e f i n i t e decisions were reached on" e i t h e r matter. New m e m b e r s a d m i t t e d Monday n i g h t were: J. C. -Duke of the Kyre- F y t e r Co., 1* W. I T a e r t l n e . barber, and a d d i t i o n a l m e m b e r s h i p f r o m t h e firm of Swarm and Hrosseau. The vote on the U. S. Chamber of Commerce r e f e r e n d u m No. 93. d e a l i n g w l t l i a n a t i o n a l t r a n s p o r t a t i o n policy, w a s deferred u n t i l t b o n e x t m e e t i n g . CITY TRACTOR READY FOR WORK V · ' Conimlaftloner Kayner lo ^ r *e II On Dirt Streets. Dccatur's latest piece of e q u i p m e n t for street work, . t h e new c a t e r p i l l a r type t r a c t o r , wns d e l i v e r e d to Comm i s s i o n e r of Streets Flii;1p Kayscr M o n d a y a f t e r n o o n ly a r e p r e s e n t a - t.l\-e of t h e c o m p a n y who d r o v e the inac':)l:ie f r o m tlie f r e i g h t h o u s e t o t h * c o u r t house. The m a c h i n e Is to be i:sed for heavy, grading nnd t h r o u p h Its use the he.-id of t l « street d e p a r t m e n t expects to be sblc to put the d i r t streets I n t o good c o n d i t i o n a n d to l.-erp t h e m t h a t way. It w i l l be p u t .at work J u s t as soon ris w e a t h e r c o n d i t i o n s permit. MALTED MILK PIGGLY WIGGLY BIG DEMAND FOR SAMPLE BALLOTS r. Rvaa* n*4 SjtitM PrIXed and All V**«. | *7 hav* never known th* demanj for sample ballots to be as great a* It ha* been at this primary." aald Johsj W. Evans, chairman of th* Republican county central committee. In *pe*klng of th* Interest In the primary and of the _determination of thousands of voters to become familiar with th* yard and a third ef ballot before going to the polls. "I had S.OOO printed and they were nearly all gone before Monday night." THOUSANDS PRINTED. "In addition candidates had thousands of such ballots printed and thes* wers eagerly snapped up by th* voters so that they might have something to study. A man thoroughly familiar with th* ballot timed himself 'Monday morning when he voted. He marked every name that should be marked to vote a complete ticket and from the time h* received th* ballot from the Judge until h* returned It to the clerk to go Into th* box h* took Just two minutes. Thl* man was very familiar with th* ticket and knew exactly what name* h* wanted to mark and where the)* were \on the ballot. ' ' · . - - · | POLICE NOTES. I O. n. T*en»lncer. 530 Stuert evcnue. i rwted for enetdln*. K*ve bond »tond«jr to ·tpe*r before .Juetlce IJord April 11. C. T.;Vt(. IM Cobb avenue, .was flnKI »U.*» by Juitlce Dickinson for *p««dinc. Dr. T.' sj. Ai4«r«oii was fined.' M.lft W Justice uor4 for parking ««er tin*. RELIEVES HER INDIGESTION "After trying dozens of different kind* of medicines and other treat* ments I do-Ire to state ttiat Pepgen, the new medicine, which has e,'special action on the glands In the stomach, kidney* and liver relieved me of a ease of dyspepsia almost like I had been treated by magic.'. The above statement made by Mrs. Bessie Sockles, 987 13. Eldorado, street this city. Is Indicative of what Pep- gen Is doing for hundreds of people who live In Dcc«itur. Continuing Mrs. Sockles salfl, "B*' fore_I took Pepgen I felt miserable. My f7od soured on my stomach and made my mouth taste like I had taken a drink of strong- vinegar. At times even the sight of food was repellant. Fermenting food formed gas In my stomach u n t i l I could hardly bear the weight of my clothes. There was also a sore spot In the region of my tieart that hurt me when I took a deep breath. My entire system ran down until I didn't hav* th* strength of a baby left. "Finally I started-to tak* Pepgen It Is wonderful what It did for me My digestive organs beiran to work properly almost from th* first dose As I continued to tak* It I continued to ret better until I felt alright. "Pepgen Is the best medicine fo» me." . · - Pepgen lias relieved hundreds Decatur people of gas on the stomach, heartburn, hloated feelings, sour stomach, sick headaches, nervousness pains tn the back, and habitual constipation. ' . ' . . - Pepgtn ts-aold In Decatur 'only at th* Decatur Drug Co. It may also b* obtained at one leading drug store In every nearby town wtolch may be known by a Pepgen sign. . : . . . StAXT .A. MAN .has found hl§ opportunity TH» CI«AWrFlED Section Is.» eornucocU In the "Btn)neM Service" group of The j I ··view Classified aectloa. - , .11 HOUSE-CLEANING SPECIALS ' BROOMS co r 75c Value for ....... ._,,_... W W U 85c ABSORENE Wall Paper Ckaner, one dozen lOc cans. CLEANSER ggi GOLD DUST RINSO 00 r 30c Package , afi mm U SANt FLUSH Ortp 25c Can \/V CHIPSO 97r 30c Package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. · ·MllBill b 12t WMMU Bo-Peep, Concentrated, . We Redeem CRYSTAL WHITE Soap Coapont 5 bars Soap IbarCremeOll For Coipon and CLIMALENE 93c 30c Package : .· W'V The Perfect Water Softener Ask for Free Sample --FIVE STORES III DECMUR-- I WILLIAM GUSHARD COMPANY Rich, Non-Wrinkling "Flcurelltf" Crepe Fashions Modish New Sport Dresses $25 THIS new "Fleurelle" is a non-wrinkling, s e m i knit fabric with a beautiful crinkled surface, just heavy enough to drape well and to hold its shape. It is used to, fashion modish new dresses suitable alike for sports and street wear--and they are dresses · notably smart in style, with the charming straight lines of the season. Many have vests and collars of silk oilmen in contrasting colors and white. Colors are green, orange, maize, black with white, navy with grey and tan with brown. Sleeves are long. Women who see them will know that they are excellent values at $25, for the styles are certain of success and the material fine. In sizes 16 to 46. SECOND FLOOR Wednesday! 75c Dotted Normandy Voiles 59c ·SHEER, fresh, crisp Normandy, dotted voiles in a myriad of new patterns and color combinations, fabrics beautiful and popular, are in this selling at the radically low price of 59c a yard. More than twenty different patterns and plain colors are in the collection. The most popular grounds are pink, rose, orchid, copen, maize, tan, grey, navy, black and brown, with dots in white. Forty inches wide. Very special, Wednesday, 59c a yard. FIRST FLOOR Plant These Fine Tube Roses Roots 5c and 2 for 5c TUBE Rose roots--of the well-known Pearl variety, whose flowers are waxy white and delightfully fragrant, are specially priced, according to age and size, at 5c each and two for 5c. FOURTH FLOOR Wednesday! 15c Wai? Paper 10 Rolls, $1 WALL PAPER in dozens of new and beautiful patterns and color combinations --papers for bedrooms, living rooms, dining rooms, halls and kitchens, are specially priced Wednesday. Regular 15c papers, ten rolls, $1. In Our Paint Section $1 Specials White Enamel, $1 a Qt. --Worth-Weil g l o s s white enamel is an interior finish of great beauty and durability. It dries over night with a high gloss, and is easy to apply. Special, Wednesday, $1 quart. Floor Varnish, $1 a Qt. --Worth-Weil elastic f l o o r varnish is a quick drying, high gloss finish that is very durable. Suitable for all Interior woodwork. Wednesday, $1 quart. £ Gal. House Paint, $1 --Worth-Weil ready-m i x e d house-paint is a guaranteed paint that comes mixed and ready to apply. It covers well, and is durable and economical. In all colors. Very special, for Wednesday, half gallon can, $1. 4-inch Brushes at $1 --Fine four-inch brushes with extra long bristles firmly set in rubber, are very special Wednesday at $1 each. FIFTH FLOOR '. Wednesday! Fourth Floor! Another Penny Sale of Housewares Buy Any 6f These, and Get Another for One Cent --7c bars C r y s t a l White Soap, two bars for 8c. --7c bars P. G. Soap, two bars for 8c. --13c bar Fairy toilet soap, two bars for 14c.. --lOc rolls of toilet paper, two rolls for lie. --12c needle-etched water tumblers, two for 13c. v --50c Dutch silver round table mats, two for 61c. --8c Rinso soap powder, two boxes for 9c. --lOc bars carpet cleaning soap, two for lie. --25c boxes S. O. S. aluminum cleaner, two for 26c. --25c paring and vegetable knives, two for 26c; --20c Dover egg beaters, two for 21c. --85c special aluminum cake pans, two for 86c. --30c large size aluminum mixing spoons, two for Sic. --25c bottles furniture polish, two for 26c. FOURTH FLOOR --5c package flower and garden seeds, two for 6c. --lOc wire egg beaters, two for lie. --$2.50 aluminum w a t e r pitchers, two for |2.61. --18c china dinner plates, two for 19c. --15c pie plates, full size, two for 15c. --lOc china fruit dlshea, two for lie. --30c cup and saucer seta, two sets for 31c. In the Bargain Basement! Now! Lovely New Sport Coats $19.75 H ERE are coats to delight girls and -women --and at a price that -will please the thrifty. They are all new coats -- dashing models of wool in the lovely soft colors of the season, with plaid, striped and checked patterns in bold colors and in delicate over-tones. -- They are coats of splendid quality, well tailored and perfectly finished; You'll know in a minute that they are extraordinary values at $19.75. All sizes f rom 14 to 53: are inchided. i Other Basement Bargains --Men's b l u e chambray work shirts of durable quality, si z e B 14'/fc to -- 81x90-inch novelty bed spreads are very specially priced at $2.49. --81-Inch bleached sheet- ihg,'89c a yard. --18x34-i n c h d o u b I e thread, plain white Turkish towels, special, 19c each., ' ' - . / · --32-inch t i s s u e ginghams, special at 46c yard. --46-inch white nainsook, of soft, fine quality, for lingerie, 17c a yard. · {NEWSPAPER! {NEWSPAPER!

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