Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, April 25, 1905, Page 16, Image 16

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Miss Lillian E. Tingle Is Ap
pointed as the Chief
- Inspector. -
Suggestions Regarding Food Bought
In the City's Shops Are Mailed
to Housewives for Hefer- I
ence as to Supplies.
Unclean markets must now look sharp
for the, city Board of Health yesterday
appointed as inspeptor to spy them out.
Miss Lillian B. Tingle, director of the
School of Domestic Science, -who "will begin
her duties hiight and early next Mon
day. "Until that time "women of the school
will spy on their- own hook and will
make out a "clean list" of markets where
housewives can find food free of filth
Miss Tingle will be empowered by the
city Board of Health to carry her author
ity wherever she llsteth, and should the
present ordinances of the city be inade
quate to enforce cleanliness, the School
of Domestic Science will ask the City
Council to enact adequate, laws. Miss
Tingle "and members of the school are now
digging deep into the charter and the
code of ordinances.
Must Obey Inspector.
A leader of the clean-market crusade
when asked yesterday if she did not fear
that" filth markets would rise In their
might and seek to decapitate the new in
spector, replied:
"So; 'they can't. They won't dare. Be
sides, they would be fighting, not the
inspector, but housewives of the city."
""But." was Interposed, "they might go
after her salary."
The Domestic Science leader smiled, and
"Miss Tingle Is now receiving twice as
large a salary as director of the School
of Domestic Science as she will receive
from the city as inspector."
The compensation of the inspector is to
be $65 a month.
Mailed to Housewives.
Leaders of the clean food crusade have
compiled a catalogue of suggestions for
housewives to follow in compelling mar
kets to drive out the filth evil. Screens
and glass cases for enclosing food goods,
scrubbed floors and shelves and counters,
clean aprons, washed hands, good air,
drained receptacles, earthen or porcelain
voseels. and many other germ-free things
should be demanded say the filth foes, and
they advise that housewives tack up the
following in the kitchens and send them
to their butcher and their baker and
their grocer, to-wlt:
Why should cleanliness or unrleanliness en
cage your attention? Is it all the same to
you? '
It is your duty, as a housekeeper, to in
form yourself thoroughly as to the sanitary
or unsanitary condition of the provision
markets and groceries where the food you
provide for your family Is stored and
handled. Tour should know what Is realty
implied by the term sanitary condition."
Re'member that any trouble or expense in
curred in securing sanitaryconditions is for
the safety, life and health of your family
and yourself.
In sanitary matters more than any other
personal individual service must go hand in
hand with legislation in order to make legis
lation effective.
The following questions have been drawn
up to help you in this matter. They are
generally no framed that an affirmative an
swer implies a satisfactory condition while
if the answer is negative the question sug
gests a. remedy:
1. Is the market enclosed with glass and
screens? (Screens alone will not keep out
2. Is it well ventilated and free from offen
sive smells?
S. Is the floor cleaned and the sawdust re
newed? 4, Are walls and shelves covered with such
material as can be easily and frequently
washed ?
5. Have you investigated the condition and
location of the sausage room?
a. Are you satisfied with the condition in
which poultry reaches you? -
7. Do the market men wash their hands
8. Are their frocks, aprons, -etc., as clean
as you would like those of your own cook
to be?
1. Are there suitable properly drained re
ceptacles where fish can be kept on ice?
2. Are .you critical as tothe condition of
the fish' you buy?
,3. I the shell-fish rinsed before being
'4. Are the places where oysters are opened
clean and well ventilated?
5. Are earthen receptacles and glass-covered
slabs used in the opening of oysters?
1. Are all the following food materials
kept under glass: Dried and salt fish, cheese,
cooked meats, honey, pickles, olives, sauer
kraut, mince meat, bread, cakes and biscuits,
lard and butter?
2. Are the utensils used as far as possible
of glass, earthenware or granlteware?
S. Is the food touched by hands as little
as possible?
4. Is there adequate provision for frequent
handwashing on the part of the salesmen?
5. Is the floor clean and free from ex
pectoration? 6. Can the walls and shelves be washed?
7. Are the drawers well fitted and dust
proof? 8. Are all flour packs raised above the
floor and protected from dust by an extra
8. Are eggs kept in a place free from
1. Are all fruit and vegetables placed high
and protected from contamination by dogs
or dust?
2. Are different kinds of fruit and vege
tables kept separate and absolutely free
from decaying matter?
3. With, the exception of green peas or
beans in the pod and green corn In the inner
husk, have the vegetables been divested of
all parts , not used for food or especially
liable to decay?
4. Are all fruits protected from files and
sold from clean boxes?
5. Is ail over-ripe or decayed fruit re
moved immediately from the premises?
6. Are dried fruits (figs, dates, etc) kept
under glass? . ,
1. Are you aa careful to see that the driver
does not handle your foodstuffs as you are
that he does not handle your millinery?
2. Do you know whether your . milk or
cream comes in cans-with lids secured so
that deckhands and expressmen cannot tako
casual drinks in transit?
3. Do you receive from the baker un
wrapped and much-handled bread? Is It
ever left on your own or your grocer's door
step? Do not hesitate to blame or praise. The
day is past when sickness was held to bo a
direct Interference of Providence as retri
butive punishment. Pestilence, fevers and
weakness are Indeed penalties for tin. but it
is the sin of ignorance. In this age of scien
tific enlightenment and invention and wide
spread information, ignorance of the primary
conditions of health and vigor Is unpardon
able. A knowledge of sanitary principles
should be regarded as an essential part of
every woman's education, and obedience to
sanitary laws should be ranked as It was in
the Mosaic' Code as a religious duty.
"Just to think," exclaimed one of the
llean-up women yesterday, "we hardly
ever found a. hot water faucet in the
When asked what good a faucet would
accomplish the women seemed surprised
at the stupid question:
"For washing hands," she responded.
"We asked at one market whether the
men ever used hot water for washing
their hands, and got the answer that
about once a week they sent to a near-by
barber shop for a supply."
Another woman was quizzed as to why
she Insisted on markets using earthen or
porcelain vessels. This was a stupid
question, too, for she made answer:
"We can't use wooden tubs for our
laundry; why then for our food?"
The special meting of the Board of
Health yesterday afternoon did not at
tract many persons. In fact, there were
present but three members of that Board
beside the Mayor, and only two of the
ladies from the School of Domestic
As soon as the Mayor had 'called the
Board to order he stated that the object
of the gathering was to select a suitable
person to act as deputy health officer un
der the provisions of the resolution adopt
ed at the last meeting of the Council. He
also called attention to the fact that the
Council had not provided for the pay
ment of the Inspector, but explained that
the deputy could be selected and enter
into the discharge of her duties on May 1,
and that the Board of Health could make
provision in preparing the May expense
account for the salary of the new official.
One of the women of the Domestic
School inquired how the deputy was to
be reimbursed for carfare. She explained
that it would be necessary to Journey to
all parts of the city by saying: "We are
even now receiving telephone calls from
markets all over the city to come and In
spect them, and if we find them clean to
enter the names upon the clean list."
Mayor Williams replied: "Well, I guess
the deputy will have to pay her own car
fare. There is no .provision made in the
resolution for more than J65 a monti sal
ary, and it is not within my power to
promise more."
"The one that we would like to have
appointed is now receiving 5125 a month,
and It does not seem right to ask her to
take half that amount and then be com
pelled to pay her own car fare in the
discharge of her duty," was the rejoinder.
"It seems foolish for a woman to give
up $125 a month for a position paying only
$65, but as to the carfare there can be
no arrangements made at this time,"
answered the Mayor.
"Well, we would like to name Miss Lil
lian E. Tingle. She is a chemist and a
bacteriological graduate, and is thorough
ly capable, and it Is owing to the great
Interest that she takes in cleaning up the
markets of Portland that she has con
sented to serve. We have our Summer
vacation in the . School of Domestic
Science soon, and Miss Tingle has agreed
to remain here if the Board of Health
appoints here as a deputy," said the vis
itor. "When does the Fall term of your
school commence?" asked Mayor Wil
liams. "We have three or four months' vaca
tion. The resolution says that the office
just created shall1 exist until the ordi
nances now before the special committee
of the Council have been acted upon,"
was the reply'.
"The name of Miss Tingle has been
proposed by the ladles, and you are will
ing that she should be appointed?" was
next asked.
Miss Tingle Appointed.
There was no negative vote and the
appointment was ordered entered upon
the minutes of the board.
Superintendent Robinson, of the cre-
matory. asked permission to explain
that he was ready to begin the improve
ments at the crematory, but that he
could find no way of disposing of the
garbage now being gathered about the
city. It will take six weeks to repair
the furnaces and in the meantime some
disposition will have to be made of the
city's refuse. After some discussion the
superintendent was ordered to find a
suitable place to bury the garbage and to
burn as much of the paper as possible in
the open during each night until the re
pairs were completed.
Woman' Named as Inspector of the
Markets of Portland
Miss Lillian E. Tingle, who has been
appointed Market Inspector under the
now ordinance. Is directress of the Port
land School of Domestic Science and has
personal charge of the classes In practi
cal cooking. The course includes instruc
tion in marketing. Miss Tingle received
her general education at Cranlelgh House
Academy, London. England, and subse
quently spent two years in special study
in Germany and Italy.
She then studied domestic science in the
Educational Trust School of Domestic
Economy of Aberdeen, Scotland, graduat
ing from that institution In 1E93. This
school is considered one of the best In the
world and .its diplomas are recognized as
a teaching qualification by the British
government. She also took a two-years'
course in chemistry and physiology at
Gordon's College. Aberdeen, obtaining
advanced certificates in both subjects
after the government examinations, thus
becoming qualified as a teacher under the
British government regulations.
For two years following she held a po
sition as special teacher of domestic sci
encelectures and practice classes under
the Aberdeen School Board. She also
carried on a private course for ladles and
domestic servants and gave some demon
stration lectures at the Aberdeen Con
vent. She then studied another year at
Aberdeen University. In when the
State Manual Training School of North
Dakota was opened, she was appointed
teacher of domestic science and had en
tire charge of the equipment and organi
zation of the department.
She also prepared, at the request of the
Superintendent of Public Instruction, the
oourse of study in domestic .science to be
Miss Lillian E. Tingle, Who Comes
With the Highest Educational Recommendations.
adopted in the schools of the state. Miss
Tingle held this .position until she accept
ed the one she now holds in the Portland
School of Domestic Science. Certificates
and diplomas covering these qualifications
were presented with her application to
the Mayor and Board of Health yester
day afternoon. j
The Meier & Frank Store's Great Sale of
Men's and Young Men's Outing Suits
Three great special lots of men's and young men's outing suits All
new this seasdn's styles included in the special sale we have planned for
all this weekThese comfortable warm weather garments are in great
favor with all classes of men Buying during the sale means a saving of
one-fourth to one-third on regular prices Second floor
Outing Suits at $9,35 Suit
Four lots of Men's Outing Suits in single or double-breasted styles, fancy
iTweeds, fancy flannels and homespuns, skeleton mohair lining. Belt loops and
turn-rup bottoms, great variety to select from. Suits the exclu- t q K.
sive clothiers ask 15.00 for. Our regular $12.50 garments at : v r
Outing Suits at $12.65 Suit
iThree lines of fine-grade Outing Suits Single or double breasted sack styles-:
Fancy cheviots, fancy homespuns, fancy -Tweeds; splendidly made, all the lat
est patterns and colorings. The exclusive clothier's 18.00
garments can be bought here for, suit V
Young Men's Outing Suits $6,35 Suit
.Young Men's Outing Suits in fancy homespuns and cheviots ; ages 14 to 20 years ;
1905 styles and materials. Values extraordinary at this f o e
low price . ..
Men's Outing Trousers, pair, ?2.50, S3.00, $4.00
Men's fancyWash Vests in fancy P. K.'s All sizes, each $1.65
Great Towel Sale
The semi-annual towel sale now
in progress is of great import
ance to every housewife, hotel
and boardinghouse-teeper in the
city 30,000 toweis of every
size, kind and grade are being
offered at greatly reduced prices.
Look to your needs
Hemmed union Huck Towels, sold
regularly at 9c and 10c "
each all you want -at.. . ..,.. OC
Hemmed union Huck Towels, best
I2jc value, on sale at
the low price of, each
Hemmed Linen Crash Dish Tow
els, 300 dozen of them; q
.rpcniFar TiXrt values, ea Ow
Hemstitched Linen Huck Towels, 38 inches long, our best
25c values,' for this semi-annual sale, your choice, each. ,
Hemstitched Linen Huclc Towels, size 22x40 inches,, our
best 35c grades, on sale at the low price of, each. . ,x ,
Knotted fringed Damask .Towels, size 20x41 inches,
best 30c values, for the very low price of, each
Bleached Turkish Bath Towels, 500 dozen, size 20x40
inches, value extraordinary at this low price, each ,
Hemmed Bleached Turkish Bath Towels, 200 dozen, big
sizes, regular 60c value; wonderful bargain at, each
Knotted fringed Damask Towels, 22x45, regular 40c ,
value, on sale today for ,
Webb's grass-bleached hemstitched Huck Towels,
20x38 ; 40c value, for
Bleached Turkish Bath Towels, 20x42; best 35c
values, on sale at this low price . . . .
Laces and Embroideries
Bona fide values in Laces and
Embroideries No exaggerated
values No disappointments
Every article exactly as ad
vertised and by comparison
you'll find them the best bar
gains in town
4000 yards of Swiss and Nainsook
Embroideries, Edgings and In
sertions, great variety of the
best patterns, widths range
from 3 to 5 inches, sold in 4
yard lengths only; values to
$1.15 strip; sale price,
strip .N OVjC
French Valenciennes Laces and Insertions, to ijA inches wide,
values up to 70c dozen yards; on sale at low price of, AX
dozen yards .Tf5C
1500 yards of new Corset Cover Embroideries, lace trimmed,
beautiful styles in great variety; values up to $1.75 rfw
a yard ; for this sale at, yard . p I 1
2000 yards of Corset Cover Embroideries, values up to 85c a yard,
on sale at the special low price of 49c yard'; big tO
variety of styles tttC
Embroidered Mull Bands for shirtwaists, handsome styles, 4 to 7
inches wide, values up to $2.50 yard, at the extra- aa
ordinarily low price of
Irish Crochet and Venise Appliques, 2 to 5 inches wide, white,
cream and ecru, values up to $1.00 a yard, for the very
low price of 59c yard; big assortment of patterns
Lace and Embroidery Robes Beautiful styles Exceptional
values Large variety.
Skirts to Your Measure Free
5. 6, 7, 8-gored Walking or Dress Skirts made to your measure free of charge
providing material and findings are purchased here, material to cost $1.00 or over
the yard. Choice can be made from our entire high-class stock of black and col
ored fabrics. Skirt guaranteed In fit and workmanship. If fit proves unsaUsfac
tory material will be delivered as purchased.
Great Sale of Refrigerators Basem't
Every housewife wants a Refrigerator There's no good rea-
son for every housewife not having one when a first-class
guaranteed make can be purchased at the low prices we are
quoting today Four styles and sizes, this season's best models,
economical ice consumers Before buying elsewhere it's to
your advantage to look here
40 Refrigerators at $6.95 Each
Made of kiln-dried hardwood, small size, provision chamber 11x15x13
inches; ice capacity 45 lbs.; a refrigerator furniture stores ask $12.50
for; our special sale price is only 40 of them,
so speak quick
40 Refrigerators at $10.87 Each
Medium size "La Belle" Refrigerators, ice capacity 90 lbs.; provision
chamber 22x14x18 inches; all the latest improvements; a refrig
erator furnjture stores ask $15.00 for; our special
sale price .
Refrigerators at $15,45
Enamel Refrigerator with all the improvements
included in the $12.79 model; handsomely built
and finished; economical ice consumer; great
est refrigerator value in town 1 e a v
at special low price r ,t
Screen Doors and Windows, Ice Cream Freezers, Gas
Mowers, Garden Hose, Water Coolers, etc. Basement.
Refrigerators at $12.79
Kiln-dried hardwood Refrigerator; ash panel
door; golden oak finish; mineral wool fillings,
metallic sliding adjustable shelves; removable
ice compartment: provision
ice compartment: provision 1 O
chamber, 21x14x18 ; great val . P 1 &
Stoves and Plates, Gas Ranges, Lawn
Mrs. Lynn Is giving free lessons In
art embroidery -work dally Second
floor. Newest methods taught. Special at
tention given to children.
25c and 50c Pillow Tops, each 19e
Great value In Laundry Bags 10c
Second Floor.
Bargains in Women's Apparel
$6.00 Walking Skirts $3.85
Great special purchase of Walking Skirts for today's selling, fancy tweed
mixtures, in tan, gray and brown, panel front and box pleated, fancy
strapped and button trimmed, all this season's very best Q C
$6.00 skirts; your choice today at this low price p50
$28 and $30 Silk Suits $22.45
Handsome Taffeta Silk Shirtwaist Suits, blouse, jacket or shirtwaist- ef
fects, in fancy stripes, blue and white stripes, black and white stripes,
solid blue, black, brown and green; skirts pleated; our fl5 A C
best $8.oo. and $30.00 values on sale for tp4,iO
$36 Tailored Suits S2&85
Women's Tailored Suits, voiles, Panama cloths, serges, shepherd wor
steds and Sicilians; jackets, Etons and blouses, in all colors and best
styles; tlounce, pleated or tlared skirts, all sizes, best $34 ttjLC
and $36 values, on sale for two days at the low price of . .PO,
are interested in Immense variety of styles All ages
Washable JGlt Suits for little boys and girls, 2 to 3V. years of age, blue
or pink-striped percales, well made throughout; regular $1.00 ftf?f
values for the very low. price of v
"Washable Kilts in linen crash, red or blue trimmed, Russian styles, ages
2 to 3y2 years, all the best $1.25 values on sale for this extra- Q
ordinary low price ,. 73C
Washable Kilt Suits for boys or girls, in blue-striped chambray, small
Hiton couar, emoroiaery tnmmea, sizes z to -4 years; our
best $1.50 values for :
Washable Kilt Suits, In dark gray
striped chambray, embroidery
trimmed, sizes 2 to 4 years, p 1
best $1.75 values IpI.O
Boys' Washable Russian Blouse
Suits, tan or blue striped, ages 2
to 6 years; regular $1.25 o q
values for "OC
Boys Washable Russian Blouse
Suits, in pink, blue or gunmetal
gray, ages 2 to 6 years; c a
regular $1.50 suits al.lO
Boys Russian Blouse Suits, in pink,
blue, tan crashes and linens; all
this season's most attractive
styles, ages 2 to 6 years, $2.25
and S2.50 values, second tr i no'
floor I.9o
Wash Goods
Bargains ed Voilr, our prettiest
and most popular wash material;
variety of styles; great e
value, yard IOC
All our 25c cotton Wash Suitings,
immense line, all colors; fancy
voiles, crashes, bamboline, fantaise
weaves, 'etc; great special Q
value at, yard 1"C
50c Imported French Nets, about 20
different patterns; pretty designs
and colorings; handsome material
for party as well as street cos
tumes; great special value today
and Wednesday at this
low price, yard OC
Sale of
Toilet Sets
Six-piece decorated Toilet Sets, in
assorted colors, greatest value we
have ever -offered at, set
Ten-piece decorated Toilet cfo
Set. great value, set 5&. ly
Ten-piece Toilet Set, decorated
white, and gold; unequaled value
at this special low price 3.15
Twelve-piece Toilet Set, with slop
jar; decorated white and gold;
marvelous value at. set 75.20
Ten-piece Tollot Set. green and pink
tinted; matchless value at this low
price Basement set 92.7S
Pure foods at rock bottom prices.
Phone Exchange 4
A saving of hundreds of pennies
every month, if you buy your groce
ries and provisions at the Meier &
Frank store. A few sample pricings:
Durkee's Salad Dressing.l0c,25c,43c
3 cuns Van Camp's Soups S5c
Sapollo for, cake 7c
3 packages Energy 25c
2 packages Grape-Nuts 2.1c
Gallon Log Cabin Maple Syrup. 9125
Half Gallon Log Cabin Syrup.. .05c
Quart Log Cabin Maple Syrup... 35c
"Victor" Flour, none better 9125
1- lb. can Shrimps lOc
2- lb. can Shrimps 20c
17 lbs. Granulated Sugar 91.00
Postura or Fig Prune, package. .20c
Quart C & B. Lucca Oil 65c
2 cans Alamo Tomatoes. irc
Baiter's Unsweetened Chocolate. .35c
1-lb. Menler's Ground Chocolate .25c
3 packages Jell-O 25c
10-lb. sack Corn Meal.... 25c
10-lb. sack Graham Flour 25c
3 packages Seeded Raisins 25c
1-lh. Jar Sliced Beef 25c
2 packages Scotch or Quaker Oats
oil sale for 25c
2 pkgs. Knox's Gelatine 25c
6 pkgs. Searchlight Matches 25c
6 pkgs. Press Matches.. ...36c
7 bars Victor Soap ..25c
3 pkgs. Bon Ami for 25c
Eagle Milk, can isc
2 Jars McLaren's Cheese ...25c
2 pkgs. Cream of Wheat 35c
Women's Tan Oxfords $2.12 Pair
Women's Shoes $2.12 Pair
The best shoe value of the season Johnson
Bros.' Spring 1905 footwear in tans, patent
leather, vici kid, box calf and velour calf
shoes and Oxfords Regular $3 values $2. 12
Women's dark tan Oxfords, in lace or ribbon ties,
. medium soles and Cuban heels, all
sizes and widths &d& 1 dr
Women's light tan Oxfords, medium soles, Cuban
heels; women's vici kid lace or Blucher Ox
fords, patent tips ; Women's vici kid ribbon-tie
Oxfords, Cuban heels, all sizes, pair $2.12
Women's vici kid patent tip lace Shoes, Cuban
heels; women's patent colt lace and Blucher
style Shoes; women's vici kid lace or Blucher
style Shoes, patent tips, heavy sole, Cuban
heels, all sizes; women's box calf and velour
calf lace Shoes; heavy soles, pair $2.12
Go-Cart tor 7-06 9 OJiO Go-Cart for 8.00
-art r .00 913 Go-Cart for 9 0.65
914.00 Go-Cart for.. . 911.50 91.0O Go-Cart, for 913.00
, o . Parasols a"i fixtures for folding Go-Carts full variety
$100 Sateen Parasol 9 4 51.60 Pongee Linen Parasol 91.27
n.; Satin Parasol 91.54 $2.00 Point de Esprit Parasol 91.74
Panama Hats for Men
Headquarters for men's Panama Hats; 25 per cent saved by
buying your Panama at the Meier & Frank store.
Men's Untrimmed Panama Hats, each j54.00
Men's Negligee and Fedora Panama Hats, each $5.00
Men's Derby shaped Panama Hats, each $6.50
Men's Negligee' and Derby shaped Panamas, finest weave
and make, each ...$7.50, S9.00, $10, $12.50
Men's Genuine Bangkok Hats, $5.00 values, each 3.00
Boys' Wash Suit Sale
Boys' Wash Suits and Kilts at prices economical mothers
Boys' Washable Sailor Suits, in light
and dark blue striped duck, sizes
4-to 10 years; great values at.. 43c
Boys Washable Sailor Suits, in tan
striped duck. 4 to 10 years 63c
Boys Washable Eton Sailor Suits in
light blue striped duck;
5 to 10 years ,.OtC
Boys' Washable Suits, 6 to 10 years,
sailor or Eton collar; tans, aQ
blues, ducks, crashes "OC
Bovs Crash Wash Suits, sailor ef
fects, with combination collar and
shield; ages 5 to 10 years n
regular $1.50 values, for..l.l"
Boys' Wool Suits and Topcoats,
greatest values in the city.
25c Stockinet Diapers for 10c
25c Diaper Supporters for, pr....21c
Arnold Knit Diapers for 21c
"Stork" Catchall Bib. 50c value.. 30c
75c Leather Buggy Straps 50c
Infants' Doll Rattles, 75c value. 60c
Hoop Battles, great spec; value.. 43c
60c, 65c Emb. Flannel for, yd.... 43c
50c Crocheted Bootees for.. 30c
$1.75 Crocheted Sacques, each.91.4S
Flannel Skirts, silk-embroidered
edges, regular $3 value, for.92.30
Pinning Blankets with Waists, scal
loped edges, $1.00 values for..S7c
Outing Flannel Wrappers, pink or
blue, crocheted edge, 60c value.47c
Infants' Knit Bands, each....... 20c
Arnold's Knit "Bibs, special, each. 30c
Infants Quilted Feeders, great , ,
special values at llC
Infants' Crip Pads, 60c value, Ati
for this sale only. at.. .49c
Chair Pads, llcj Diaper Pads. .
great special value I 1C
$3.00 Skirts, ruffle, Insertion.-) iQ, eit;tii. .fNrf'
51.50 Skirts, lace and embroidery fk
trimmed, great value 91hn
J3.00 Nainsook and Lawn Dresses!
large variety, each
(1.50 Dresses, lace and om- c 1
broidery trimmed, each . . lm H