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"PAGE SIX. THE HUTCHINSON MEWS.-: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1924^ FREED OF DEBT, WILL CELEBRATE Evangelical Church to Hold a Service of Thanksgiving. PAID OFF THE DEBT Present Church Edifice wu •Built Twelve Year* Ago By Rev. Steinmeti. The First Kvangellcal church, at lhe corner of Tenth ant" Jefferson itreets, -will celebrate tomorrow IIIB paying oft of tho church debt. It has been a long struggle to raise the money, but through the plucky work of the women of the church, serving meals at the state fair grounds, and tho efforts of tho men, the Indebtedness has hoeh cleared off. Special services of thanksgiving tomorrow will be conducted. Itev. M. J. Stelnmetz, who Is now the pastor of the church was the pastor twelve years ago when thq present, brick edifice was erected and dedicated. It Is especially fitting that he should be privileged to be pastor here at this thanksgiving service, as ho was at tho dedicatory service. Started In 1890. The Evangelical church was etarted In Hutchinson 34 years ago. The old records show that Rev. J. H. Kecler was the first pastor, and the first Evangelical prayer meeting was held hero on Feb. IS, 1890, the service being held In tho old Baptist church on Sherman oast. There were seven people present Including Rev. Keeler and his wlte. He bought tho building from O. W. Carpenter, paying $300 for It, 1 and regulnr preaching services began. At that time Hutchinson was a mission In connection with what was known as tho Thanksgiving mission charge nlno miles north. In a abort tin. J the frame church on Sherman was moved to Tenth and Jefferson, tho two lots at'that corner being bought from O. O. Woodard for $50(1, and tho church was moved and remodeled at a cost of |1,221. The First Sunday School. The first Sunday school was held there on June 15, 1890 with fifty present. The church was dedicated on July 27, 1890, with the following ns the first official board: D. M. Frey, class leader; O. Kent, ex- borter; I.. S. Welsh, superintendent of Sunday Bchoolv A. West, steward and C. C. Drunner, local preacher. The Voting Peoples Alliance was organlzed'the following year, 1891, with Rev. J. H. Keeler as president; Atlnlla Gilbert, secretary; John Hopper, treasurer and Sadie Keeler, organist. There were slx- teon active members. Rev. Keeler remained as pastor until 1893, when Rev. Edwin Hrown, who before that had been at Klllnwood, was transferred to Hut'Mnson, Mr. Kecler going to Kansas City. In 1S97, Rev. II. B. V-»niuim of Abilene, lii:caruo pastor here; In 1901 Rev. F. M. Manshnrdt or Offerle wns transferred here; two years Inter in 1903 Rev. E. J. Feltz, became pastor, and In 1905 Rev. J. A, Spencer was located here. Built In 1911. . Five years later, In 1910 Roi. M. ,T. Stelnmetz, of Hefl'ston, was transferred to the Hutchinson charge. He Immediately launched a lufldlng campaign and the following year, 1911 the old frame church gavn way to a handsomo new brick structure, built at a cost of $14,000, which was dedicated In February, 1912. At that time It had a membership of 175. Tho church has steadily grown, and today Is filling a most Important part In Hutchinson's religious work. Rev. Stelnmetz has besn a pastor of the Evangelical church In -Kansas for thlrty -Blx years, InV, Ing received his llcenso to preach In 18SS, his first charge being 'he Oregon mission church In tho Kansas City district HURCHES Evangelical Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer—Missouri Synod, F. Uu.»s(\ pastor. Chapel nnd imiHoniiKe, Ulti _N*. Kim. S. S. 10 a. m., ICnglt.sh fltrv- ico 11 a, in., jtubject: "The Sphere of KtHte and <_'huivh, and Our Puty tu JiuLh," which Is foIliMvfld tiy H Oerman million: "l!i;r Wftblw Christ, der beste .Staatfil.uerg-.'r." Walter League will rntertnin tht» H&ven Leagu* and friends, 7:45 p. in. East Hutchinson EvnnQftlleal Church Third iind Chemical; o. E. P OCTSC U, miniht.T. Sunday nctmol with nil Miititi-ird rlnssca at 30 a. m. Worship 11 ;t. in.; tht-nie of Herman: "The Hj.lrlt of Thanksgiving." Christian Kmlcavor 7 p. rn,, preaching 7::iU p. in., subject "Tim nit fulness to tiiwl." I 'ravt- r m>etinK Wftdtie.udfty evening at ttio homo of Mr. Haines on Chemical Ave. First Christian Church—Fifth and Mi.in, F. K. Walters, minister. Bible, fct .-hool 9:30; men's class meets In !;.?« theatre, nil others' in thi* cliurcli. Tinea Christ inn endeavor socle tle-H liieet at 6.::« each .Sunday. At 10:45 th^ minister will speak upon: "Chris* liana First," and at 7:30. I'.ev. T. T. Jt«»l»iTtB, of IMiiJllps unlvurlsly will B|i>':ilf. A cordial invitation is given to all. This church unites with others In the Jteligious Kducat loual (jnnOr- vucn to I K* held Tuesday and \V*-u- iit -.'-ilny evenings, and Union Thanksgiving services Thursday morning nt IS, J a tho Methodist church. hood meeting Monday evening at 8. First Methodltt Episcopal Church- Corner of First and Walnut, H- I* J .tlnckler, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30. J. A. Hildyard, uupt. Morning worship at 11 u. m. Evening worship at ,:;)() p. n \. Morning theme, "Thu Greatest Event In the World." Kven- Ing theme. "The Uplifted Christ." Senior Kpworth League and High School League etch at 6:30, NOT CHANCE IN MILLION Buyer* of Government Bondi of German Origin May Be Swindled. Many Inquiries are being made these days, by Investor*, about the value of flerman government bonds. The inquiry is ns to their value or prospective Value. Bankers say many people are buying these, not knowing what they are buying and It Is declared there Is not one chance In a million of their ever being paid. One bankor said, "They nre no better than Confederate money was In the late sixties." Asked $145; Worth $2.60. Recently an effort was made here to well German government bonds, facr value a million marks, 1»23 date, and the price asked was $145. These same bonds can be bought In souvenir,house* In New York CHy for ?2.!i0,' Leading banks will not oven order them as they are only fancy pieces of paper and of no value. » Tho German mark Is of no value, tho new Gorman standard being the relchmark. Therefore when an .- t- tempt is made to sell tho old German murks or German bonds based on marks It Is best to make inquiry. If the purchase is good the salesman will give the purchaser ten days in order to look up thoir value before buying. POULTRY SHOW AT NICKERSON First Congregational Church—Stephen Butcher, minister; Eleventh and Walnut. Sunday school at 9:45 a. in. Uihlei clauses for ail opes. Study of th« builders class, "The Financial SWd of the Church," Mr. George Uon- netl, "aiipt. Church service At 11 a. m. A Tnanka Riving service. Mr. lyncher, will preach on the subject, "The Real Stp- nlfiranca of Thanksgiving;." Special service of praise by the choir. Vesper Hem* Ice nt f> p. m., address, "Falira Greatest iiunlity, His Love." Special music hy organ and choir. Program for Nov. 2S. '(Courtesy of Radio Digest) (By Associated Press) AVKEl Boston (30*1) 6:30 musical. ^ WOR Buffalo (315) 6:15 Central Presbyterian church. WUi Chicago (345) 8:30-7 onran; 7-S musical. KYW Chlcapo (536) 7 Chlcapo Sunday Kveninp club, music. WQ.I Chicago (443) S orchestra, pianist, vocal. WLW Cincinnati (423) 7:15 iermon; S:4K concert. WOC Bavenport (4S4) 8 services; 9:"0 musical. WHO Des Moines (826) 7:30-9 musical. WBAP Ft, Worth Star Telegram (47fJ> n-12 frolics. WHAA Iowa City (4S4) 8 hymns. WHB Kansas City (411) 1-9:15 ri- llplotis services. WKAP New York (492) «:20 Roxy and his Gang; 8:15 orgnn. WHN New York (360) 9:10 violinist; 9:30 operntlc tenor. WJ55 Xcw York (455) «-7 orchestra; 9-11 tenor. KGO Oakland (312) 9:45 services. WOAW Omalia (52fi) 6 Bible hour; 9 musical chapel nervice, WU' Philadelphia (5t») 8:30 concert. WFI Philadelphia (395) 6:30 serv- tv KPNF Shenandoah C2B«) «:30 aong- 8R CKY" Winnipeg (450) 6 church «rv- ,C WCBD Tllon (345) 8 vocal, reaAer, Instrumental. Call us tomorrow for anything vou might need In our line. Phone 50. R.igland Kingsley Motor Co. 22-lt ! Flrit Evangelical Church—Tenth and | Heifcraon: M. J. Steinnn-t*, minister. i The Sunday school will meet «l 3:45 t %vl!'i clashes fm- nil grades. I Tlie pastor will speak on "The Bless* Incs nt tin! Nati'-ui." ! This will be "ICvtry Member Pres- i *nt." dny as It will b« "IiiHplrtitlon j Pay," celebrating the paymeni «'f the. remalnliiK deitt on the church, which i was met a few weeks ago. | Alfo the adoption of the "revival" i program which is to begin .Tan. 21, • 19:: if. with the Tetticord party in ' tlinrgo of th« same. \ 'I'iie Ijeague in.ctinKS will bo held nt t ;?i0, with worship to follow: Sermon j subject, "(Jod's Jland In National Af; Jfairs" j Prayer meeting and cboru.i prac- ; tlco on Wedncrultiy niuht at I'M. I first Church of Christ, Scientist— Services nre held In church edifice, t-orner of Mjiln and l-'ourteenlh streets Sunday nvinilng at 1100 o'clock:; sub! ject: "Soul it ml Body, i. Sunday school Is held at 9:30 a. m. ' Tho Wednesday evening teHtimontai , service in m b o'clock. Tho public • rending I 'oom maintained by the Y church Is in room C20 Ttorohaugh- i Wiley building- This room Is open . «very week day from 11 a. in. to & • p. m, !' Irwin Memorial Presbyterian Church ; —.Cor. Fifth and Severance; W. Steel* . minister. Sunday school *j:4.'» a, m.: public worship at 11 a. m. A Thanksgiving sej-vtcc. Junior C. 4 p. m. Intermediate C. K, 5 p. in.; Senior C. K. C3u p:, m.: public worship at 7:30 p, m.. theme, "Knowledge, its Benefits and Dangers." Womans Alis- fdfjnury Society Tuesday HI - p. ni. With Mrs. Steele, S33 5th K:ist. Mrs. Pteele and Mrs, J. H. Adklson host- osse -H. Prayer meeting and choir practice Wednesday evening at 7:30. ! Pilgrim Holiness Church—Corner Baker and Krist 5 th. J. Paul I toper, pastor. Sunday school 9:15 a. m. morning preaching 10:4".. Ladies pray, »r meeting 3 i». m. Young peopled praise service i):."i0 p. in. livening preaching 7:30. Tuesday night prayer meeting at the homo of Mrp. O. J. Iflri, 7:30. Thanksgiving service Thursday morning at 10:4B. Thursday jilght prayer meeting 7:30, Baptist Church—Guy II. Wlmmer, minister. Thanksgiving will bo the theme uf the worship. A spiendm Vroyram of music will bo prusentcii nt both services. The subject of tho nermoii for the morning will bo: "The Si 'crct of a Thanksgiving Spirit." Kor tlit? evening, "The Angry Jjord." The Church of Ood—Chapel Kael Four til and Poplar streets. J tittle *i 'huoi t>:4 r* a. in. Home Missions Day. Svrimiu by *lte pastor 11 a, m. Text: "A-coined of Him," Acts 10:35. Young prrpli^i* Assembly, 0:15 p. til Tile pa«tor will speak ugain at 7:30 p. ni. tiriMc, ."Assurance unto all Men." Tu sdii v oven lug's cottage meeting 7:i'i, with Mr. mid Mrs. Arthur |*; OJ«, 437 Kth Ave, Kast. Mid-week prayer t..^rvi<M nt the chripel Thursday ut 7:i:o p. in. Kldur C. H. McAUster. 2lon Lutheran Church—Kleventh Ave. and Washington street, A. J. Boil, pastor. Public worship at U a. m., sermon subject: "Kdticatora for the Spread of Christianity." Special number by the choir, K. C. Alm- fjvilst, director. Sunday school at 9:30 a. in., Mr. F. A. Jsern, supt. Senior League meeting at 6:30, leader, Hober Ilaur, president. Bvening senice nt 7:;s0, in churgo of the Missionary Society, order of service—Pageant, "Thanksgiving Gate.*." Vocal niusrc by quartet, and Instrumental music l>y the orchestral oJub, Richard Jlall, director. Church of the Brethren—tfor Eighth ami Ford street.'*!, Rev, W. T. Tuckett, Iiustor. Sunday school at 9:4C. Morning worship at 11 a. m. with sermon tiy the pastor.. Christian workers meeting at 7 p. in. KVening worsh 1 p at 8. Midi-week prayer service Wednesday evening at 7:30. Unlveraallst Church—Seventh Ave. and Walnut streets. '.lames Houghton minister. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Miss IMla P ,eu .aheidt. supt. Classes for all ages. 11 a. m., worship and sermuii, "The Four Great Works In Religion." You will find a cordial welcome- This church is different. Hadley Memorial Episcopal—F Ave. and Kim. F.dward Bridwell, pastor. With Sunday's services our revival meetlngH begin. Chaplain Christian will have charge nf the music and the pastor will do the preaching. Services morning and evening on Sunday and each evening next week except otherwise announced. Fpworth Leagues 6:30 Sunday ovening and Sunday school ut 9:45 a. ni. Mennonlte Church—Corner of Fourth and Cleveland Mreein. J, J. Plenert, pastor. Kd W. Miller, S. S. Supt. 10:00 a. m., Bible classes. 11:00 a. m.. Communion service, all members urged to be present. 7:;t0 p. m.. Christian Fndeavor; topic for discussion, "Stewardship—Time ami Service." Several special musical numbers aro on tho program.' 7:no p. m. Wednesday, a real Thanksgiving- prayer meeting. 7:00 p. in, Friday. Junior choir practice. 7:45 p. m. Friday, Senior choir practice. United Presbyterian Church—Sixth east at Kim. W. O. Davidson, pastor. Bible school at 9:45. Tlmnk Offering KiTvb-o MI ll:mj; Mrs. W. J. Adair, uf Sudan, Africa, will deliver the ad- dre.-s. Meetings for all grades of young people at fi:.10. At 7:30 the choir of the A, M. K. church will furnish the musical program, and Rev. l.i. F. Rooks will give the message. First United Brethren Church— Corner Firth and Walnut si reels. R. C. Husst .il, minister. i':45 a. m., Bible school will) live classes und good instructors. 11:00 it. m., morning worship with Thanksgiving message. 0:30 p, ni.. Senior (ThrlHtlan Fndeavor. 7:11(1 p. in., evening swrvice nf music and gospel. Wednesday, 7:30 p. rn., midweek prayer and Bible study nervlce. Thursday afternoon, Women's Aid. At the morning service tho election of delegates to the General Conference will !JH held. All mentbera aru requested to cast their vote. Christian Churc*t, South Hutchlnnon -•Hugh c. (iivshiitn, minister. 11:45 a. in., Bible school. 11 a, in.. Communion and sermon by the minister. 0:ao p. in., C'hrbHlan Endeavor. 7:110 p. in., revival service and sermon by Frank F. Walters. It Will be Conducted by the High School Farm Department NJckeraon, Nov. 22—The farm department ol the Rono community high Bchool is arranging for a poultry show, the second to be held by thin achoo!, which- -will be held Dec. 10 to 13. B. H. TeaKarden, head ot this department will he superintendent of the show. Prof. Loyal F. Payne, head of department of poultry husbandry. State Agricultural College, will use the comparison system of judging. Discusslonal programs will be held at 10:30 a. in. und 2 p. m. each day except the first. The morning meeting will be primarily for the Btudents of agriculture but the public la invited. The afternoon program will be given over to a discussion of our present everyday problems. Ths show Is to be held the week before the Kansas State Show to be held Jointly with the Arkansas Valley Poultry and Pet Stock Show at Hutchinson, for this occasion. Dick Hall's orchestra will play tho prelude, Mrs. O. J. Hyde will read tho scripture loRson and Mrs. J-aicetto Brehm will lead In prayer. An Instrumental trio will be played by Earl B. Yust, piano, Richard Hall, violin and Butord Hayden, flute. Following the musical program a - pageanl, "Thanksgiving Gates," will be presented with Mrs. E. O. Almqulst aa tha spirit of Thanksgiving, her attendants Margaret Elder and Maxtne Theede. The soven groups of children will be represented by children In tho Sunday school department. Quartet numbers will be sting by 13. <J. Almqulst, Mrs. Ralph Watt, Miss Janet Elder and A. R. King. Miss Florence Harmon will accompany on the piano. Graaahoppera Delsy Trains, Hordes of grasshoppers have been doing crop havoo In the isthmus of Tehuantepeo In the Southern part of Mexico. They have been so thick at times as to delay railroad trains because 'they would got on the tracks and when run over would cause the wheels to slip. The Isthmus is one of the most fertile and versatile lands in the world as almost anything wilt grow there. The other aide of tha picture Is that fevers, ague and insects abound. .The Island of Oahu, one of tha Hawaiian Islands, is without signboards. Hand-writing may betray iH> Hon*. \ •• l mm Nickerson Has Start For College Nickerson ts ready to turn $100,000 worth of school property over to the state as a starter toward establishment of tha state college proposed there. The Nickerson Argosy, in speaking of the proposition says: "The matter of establishing a school In the southwestern part of the state has been under advisement for some time, It Is said • "As an expression of their good faith the people of Nickerson have $100,000 worth of school property.' including buildings, eutpmeqnt and a forty acre experimental farm they will turn In on the deal. This property Is all first class running order right now, ready to step Into. The property could hardly be replaced for that amount today. By accepting the proposition the state will save $150,000 outright besides considerable interest and the time of building. The matter of economy Is a thing they can hardly afford to overlook." Lutherans to Have a Thank Offering The annual thank offering services will be held at the Zlon Lutheran church tomorrow evening by the members of the missionary so clety. All thank offering boxes that have been out all year will be brought to this service. A program has been arranged HE GIVES JOBS TO 50,000 EVERY YEAR Washington, Nov. 22—William C. Deming is the -world'* biggest employer. As president of the United States Civil Service Commission, he hires 50,000 workers annual!} 1 . Aliout 200,000 take these tests an- nunlly. Fifty per cent pnss, and half of them receive appointment. In one examination alone—one for mail clerks—27,000 applications were received from all partB of the country. "Americans have a certain pride In holding government Jobs," says Deming. "Then too there nre certain privileges in civil service work that appeal to them. "In departmental service, one gets 30 days annually with pay, and If needed a sick leave of 30 days, also with pay. And then there ia a retirement system accompanied by a pension effective at 05 or 70, for those who have been in government service 15 years or more. "And the pay on the majority of jobs compares favorably with that in similar lines of work on tho outside." AV. 0/DEMING Emanuel Lutheran Churoii—Corner i' ami I'luiu, ii. A. Peterson, t'tistor- Kuniiuy school 11:45 It, in. Mnriiing Hm 'Vicu (Siv.-dlahl tl a. in., Hulijii ,*r. ;'Thf Kingdom or lli'aren In llku unto ii nl•l. ,, Kvonlng service 7:20: ISnn- llnli. "In your iiunw written In the Hooll ut lAtaT' l'rayer meeting Wed. nontloy ut S p. m. ThankBgivInK s«rv. bte Thurnday at 1Q3:0 a. m. Urolher-1 Butter-Kmst I Dees Not CrumMe/l Try it ' * Hear Kaiua»' Own Kathleen Ker»ting Convention Hall, Thursday, the 27th. Attend Our, Great Women's and Misses' COAT SALE Beginning Monday.! Beautiful Linens For Your Thanksgiving Table From Thanksgiving until the New Year, all through tha holidays, you'll be opening your horns for gay parties, welcoming tha dear ones home, and quiet family sffaira. Paramount in the task of entertaining are lovely Linens to grace your tables; snowy white lacy pieces .to freshen guest rooms; dainty i.lnens for the console, buffet and end tables. 7-Piece Luncheon Sets . This seven piece luncheon set Is made of bleached crash; a beautiful set with hemmed edges; blue, rose, and gold borders. 1 B3xB3-inch luncheon cloth, and 6 16xlG-tnch napkins. OA QC Price per set y"fiUw Here Is a 7-ptece luncheon set made of genuine Imported material In a waffle weave design. Bleached with fancy checks and striped borders In green, heliotrope and, red. Set of 1 B4x54-inch luncheon cloth, and 6 15xl5-inch napkins. QA Eft Price per set ytiUU This is a beauty- A 7-pieco luncheon set made of Imported double satin damask; extra fine quality and a beautiful finish. Floral and conventional designs; finished with a 3-lnch hemstitched hem. .1 64x64- Inch luncheon cloth and 6 16x 16-Inch napkins, the sot One 61x64-lnch cloth and 6 16x16-inch napkins t.. THIS BRUNSWICK $ 98— This is a York Console Model with the latest Brunswick features. Equipped with Ultona to play all records. 10 Rorabauyh-Wley's DOWN Balance Easy Payments Buy Now For Christmas -The Music Center— $5.00 1. I 04X04* 5)5.00 $18.50 5-Piece Luncheon Sets B-Piece luncheon sets of all linen art crash; cream color; colored hemstitched edges In blue, rose and gold. Finished ready to use. 36-tnch luncheon cloth and 4 14xl4-inch napkins. PQ QO Price per set ywiUO B-Plece luncheon set in cream, all linen art crash; -double hemstitched borders with fancy colored stripe Insert In border. Colors, blue, rose and gold. Bet of 1 36-Inch luncheon cloth and 4 11x14 napkins. Per set 5-PIece all linen cream crash luncheon set; ver7 finely woven material; hom- stltched borders; 36x36-inch luncheon cloth and 4 14xl4-inch napkins finished with a fancy colored damask border. »C QC rrico per set ^JiUJ Fancy Art Crash in Octagon Shape All cream crash in a tine, even weave; cream color; beautiful quality, and lovely ' finish. Octagon shape finished with blue and ecru colored lace. The pieces come in sizes suitable for Individual pieces or to combine to make sets. Useful for bridge sets;, buffet sets; vanity sets; luncheon sots; dresser; tea wagon; console; end tables, otc. 6-lnch size 39c 3Sx45-lnch size $3.00 12-inch size 75c 24x45-lnch size $2.60 6xl2-inch size ..59c 36x36-lnch sizo $4.00 10xl4-inch sizo 79c 14xl4-in. Napkins 12xlS-inch size $1.25 Kach 75c 14x20-inch size $1.50 Pattern Cloths Pattern cloths made of pure bleached linen finished damask; designs In oak, rose, stripe center with wreath border, and plain center with Oreek Key border. 66x66-Inch Size $2.25 72x72-Inch Size $3.39 Pattern cloths made of bleached mercerized damask In the Basoo llnenlzed finish; will not lint; a beautiful quality material. Design In spot, Fleur-de-Lis and stripe. 72x72-Inch Size, each $3.29 72x00-Inch Size, each $3.98 Bleached All Linen Damask Pattern Cloths Pattern cloths In jail all linen damask. Imported from Ireland. A beautiful quality, and pretty patterns In spot center with vine, tulip and scroll borders. Cloths that every woman would love to possess. 72x72-Inch Size, each ..$6.75 72xD0-Inch Size, each $8.50 Napkins to match In J2x22-lnch size, per dozen $9,00 Pattern cloths in au extra fine quality, heavy weight - imported alt linon'. Full bleached cloth in the newest designs, Shamrock with stripe border, and plain center with satin band border. Sizes shown to fit any table— 63x63Inch Size, each $ 8.00 63x71-Inch size, each $ 9.00 72x72-lnch Size, each $10.00 72x90-lnch size, each .$12.50 72xlOS-Inch Size, each '.$15.00 Napkins to match above cloths In 22x22- Inch size, per dozen $12.50 Ready Made Table Cloths EOxSO-lnch Cloths—Imported table cloths of fine grade mercerized damask; pure bleached; hemmed ready to use; finished in red, blue, and lavender border. OQ CA Trice each" ^tiUU 36x36-1 nch Cloths—Bloaohed art linen luncheon cloths; plain woava with 3-lnch hemstitched border. A fine grade, beautl- iul cloth. * 9 EH Size 36x36-inch, at <pjiJU 45x45-Inch Size, each * $5.00 Napkins to match In IBxlS-lnch size each 66c 63-Inch Round Cloths—Hound luncheon cloths in Dasco llnenlzed finished bleached damask; floral designs, and M CA scalloped edges. Price each ....ywiJU 55x71-ln Table Cloths—Silver bleached, all linon damask table cloths; hemstitchod; popular size, 65x71-lnt:h; designs In Flour- de-Ms, rose and clover. BJC QC Price each , yJJiDU 54x64-1 nch Linen Cloths—All linen quality table cloths; hemstitchod; blenched damask cloth; finely woven; designs In plain centers with satin band and wreath borders; dot renters with novelty chocked border, and stripe center with rose nor- Size, 64x51-lnch.. Bach . S7.50 Napkins to match the above designs, In 14 sl4-inch size. Per dozen $8.50 72-Inch Round Tabls Cloths—All linen, heavy weight bleached, satin damask; round table cloth with scalloped edgo designs In pansy, rose and clirys- Oljl ftft anthemum. Price each ylUiUU Linen and Mercerized Table Damask 72-Inch Linen Finished Damask, 85c. A full 72-Inch cotton damask with a linen finish; full bleached; good weight and quality; pretly designs in dot, poppy, chrysanthemum, Fleur-de-I.ls, and wreath stripe.. 72-Inch Heavy Mercerized Damask, $1.00. A bleached col.ton damask with a permanent lustrous finish; beautiful fern and rose atrlpes de8lun; very finely woven, and n splendid quality. 70-Inch All Linen Damask, $1.69. An unbleached, heavy weight all linen damnsk; designs, scrooi, tulip, grape, dot with key border, rose and dot combination. A very special value at this price. 70-Inch All Linen Bleached Damask, $2.25. This is a beautiful quality damask; finely woyen; all pure linon; pansy and grape designs. Napkins to mutch in 21x21 Inch size, at tho dozen $6.75. i} Beautiful Madeira You will bo pleased with our uhuwing at Madeira Linens, Beautiful, hand embroidered linens; very fine quality materials; hand embroidered designs, and fancy scalloped edges. IN THE BASKET DESIGN G-iuch Itound Pieces, each 59o 10-lnch Round Pieces, each 11.19. 6xl2inch Oblong Pieces, each $1.26 10xl6-ineh Oblong Pieces, each $1.75 12xl8-lnch Oblong Pieces, each $2.50 15x20-inch Oblong Pieces, each $3.25 24-lnch Hound Pieces, each $5.50. BUTTERFLY DESIGN S-lucU Hound Dollies, each 10-lnch Itound Doilies, each 6xl2-lnch Oval Pieces, each 10xl5-'lnch Oval Pieces, each , 12xl8lnch Oval Pieces, each 6xl2-lnch Oval Pieces, each 10xl6-inch Oblong Pieces, each 12xl8-inch Oblong Pieces, each : 18-inch itound Center Pieces, each ... 24-inch Hound Center Pieces, each ISxSG-lnch Scurfs, eacH » 18x46-Inch Scarfs, each Madeira napkins in many, many beautiful designs Inch size, at tho duzeu, $10.00 art'd $13.50. >sjs><s>|i»i s*j i juin .ssjjssjgi** wstfcasjiisO Filet Appenzell Decorative Art Linens Every woman loves beautiful linens In her homo—and especially will Bhe appreciate these beautiful Pilet Appenzell Decorative Art Linens. This artistic lace and embroidery developed In the Alpine regions of Switzerland through weavers,skill and guided by expert hands, with the aid of machinery have been combined Into the beautiful product known as "Filet Appenzell." The "Rococo" design is one of the most favored designs, and consists of beautiful floral and basket combinations. It hns been used for centuries in every form of decoration. These Decorative Art Linens come In sizes and Bhnpes suitable to be used singly or in combinations to make sets such as dresser sets; buffet net; luncheon sets; bridge sets; or for console, end table, tea wagon and other uses. Thoy are made of fine, bleached linon In that quality that could be produced only in Switzerland. •••• A 6-lnch Hound lileres, ouch 98c 9-ineh Rbtrad Jtleces, eucli $1.85 ' ' 12-inch ROUB.(! :?Ieces, each $2.98 18-inch Round 1 leces, each $5.98 24-lncli Round HIeees, eaoh $10.98 75c .... $1.50 $1.50 .... $2.25 .... $3.00 .... $1.50 .... $2.25 .... $3.00 .... $4.50 .... $6.50 .... $8.00 .... $9.50 in tlie 12 <'axis-inch-. ilbxH-lhah 32:cl8-iueh llx20-tnch 18x36-lnch 18x45-inch 36x36-Inch 45x45-lnch 14xl4-lncb Or»I Pieces, «ach .. Oval Pieces, each . Oval Pieces, each-.. Oral Pieces, each . Scarfs, each Scarfo, each Center Piece, each Center Piece, each ' Napkins, oach .. $1.85 .. $2.98 .. $4.98 .. $5.98 . $16.98 . $19.50 . $24.76 . $37.50 .. $1.76 For That Turkey Dinner- Yoy will find a graat assortment of roasters, kettles, pans, percolators, dishes, silverware, and other necessities for . your Thanksgiving Dinner, in our House Furnishings Dc- N partment, on our Third Floor.

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