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THE MORNING OBEGONIAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1905
-HOTELS ON C
THE OLDS, WORTMAN & KING STORES
"THE DIFFERENT STORE," FIFTH, SIXTH AND WASHINGTON
THE FOREMOST DEPARTMENT HOUSE WEST OP CHICAGO
Shonts Lets Contract for
Housing and Feeding.
Store Opens atg A. W Store Bulletin, Saturday Sept. 9, 1905
PROTESTS FROM LOSERS
Store Closes at 6 P. M.
Markel, of Omnlin, Will Build Hotels
and Itcstnurants Across Jsth
mus New York Bidders?
Appeal to President.
NBW YORK, SopL S. Chairman
BbMts. ot the Panama Canal CommlB
eton. announced today that he had award
od a concession for foeding and housing
the ct eater number of the canal em
Moves to J. E. Markel, of Omaha. Fol
lowing a month's visit to Panama, Mr.
Markel has worked out a comprehensive
scheme, which Includes the early estab
liflhment of ten hotels alone the canal
and railroad, each of them to accommo
date from 360 to 260 lodgers, and twice as
many diners. These hotels, it is declared,
will compare favorably with the better
otasa of commercial hotels in this coun
try, and will be used chiefly by the higher-salaried
employes. The average rate
for board and lodgings will be about 536
For the laborers employed on the canal
or in any way identified with that project,
the concessionaire will at first ostablish
20 commimary camps and later 100 add!
ttonal ones, each with kitchen and dining
rooms. Laborers will have the privilege
of buying their food cooked or uncooked
at thcec camps, and in either case will be
furnished with the necessary table ap
pointments. The average rate to labor
ers for cooked food 'Will be about $14
Food Trains Every Day.
Part of the contract provides for trans
portation at coat of all food supplies and
materials used by the concessionaire. It
If the intention of the concessionaire to
run a train across the isthmus every day
from Coten, supplying the proposed hotels
and eamjs with fresh meats, fruits, vege
tables, bread and laundry; also daily sup
plies of ice.
The amount Involved in the contract.
which covers a period of five years, and
will become operative as soon as Mr.
.Market concludes certain preliminaries, is
not disclosed, but runs into millions of
Losing Bidders Protest.
H. Balfr & Co. and Hudgins & Dumas.
botlynnns of this city, who were the only
other bidders for the Panama concession.
today sent telegrams and letters to Pres
ident Roosevelt, at Oyster Bay, protest'
ing against the awarding of tho contract
to Mr. Markel. At the samo time the two
arms addressed letters to Mr. Shonts
withdrawing their bids. In the belief that
this action might invalidate an award to
Wr. Markel by leaving only one bidder in
the Held. In a statement given out today
the protesting firms declare that the Pan
ama contract involves no less than 550,
000.009. Hudgins & Dumas assert that, after
presenting their bid. they received a let
ter from Mr. Shonts, in which he Inti
mated that their figures were too low, and
set rorth a number of conditions which
-were not mentioned in the draft of the
proposed contract, on which the bids were
based Hudgins & Dumas declare that
they rocclvod this information about 3:30
o clock on wednosday afternoon, and
were told by Mr. Shonts' secretary that
his principal requlrod an answer by
o'clock. Deducting the time consumed In
typewriting, they assort they had only
ton minutes to revise their bids.
Mr. Shonts. in an interview tonight, de
clared tne charges baseless and absurd.
ENGINEERS DISCUSS CANAL
Take French Location as Basis and
"WASHINGTON, Sept. 8. The Board of
Consulting Engineers of the Panama
Canal met today. The discussion related
to the size of the locks and of the canal
The complete conclusion reached by the
board as to the rosult of the three-hours
mooting today, was that the location of
the canal as marked on the ofllclal maps
of the Commission known as the French
location, shay be accepted as a basis for
the detallea discussion.
The questions as to the type of canal to
he built, its depth, width and height, and
the number of locks to be used, were all
touched on, but no conclusion was
The discussion firsti touched upon tho
size of the borm and of the slope of the
canal, but no decision was reached.
On Tuesday morning the full board will
meet at Mr. Parsons office and there
upon return to "Washington.
tTHE DAY'S DEATH RECORD
ROME. Sept 8. Cardinal Chappal Pier
ottl is dead. He was born in Italy in
1S36, and was croated a Cardinal in 1KH5.
German Military "Writer.
BERLIN. Sept. 8. Llcutenant-General
von Boguslawskl, well reputed as a mili
tary writer since his retirement in 1B99.
and an officer whose opinions were often
quoted by the Associated Press during tho
Russo-Japanese War, died yesterday, aged
Take Ilornford' Acid Phosphate
Qlt the nerves, relieves nausea and alclc
headache and Induces refreshing: sleep.
Positively cured by thee
They also relieve Distress from Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Too Hezrty Eating. A per.
fcet remedy for Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsi
ness, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Coated Toogvt
Pain in the Side. TORPID LIVER. They
Regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
ftmaK PHI. tmaN Dcw
HEARTS OF OAK
TO PORTLAND'S GREATEST STORE
HOO HOO PROGRAM FOR TODAY
All raids and sorties start from
and lead back to the OLDS, WOFJTMAN
& KING STORE
Afternoon Business and Social.
Evening Concatenation and On
thoRoof. At Armory, six blocks from the OLDS,
t WORTMAN & KING STORE
WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY!
A few years ago, when Eoger Walcott now deceased was Governor of the old "Bay
State," the teacher of a class in a puhlic school which included a young son of the
Governor asked the pupils one day if they knew who was the Governor of Massa
chusetts. No one knew. The teacher suggested they ask at homo and be prepared
to answer the question next day. The following morning young Walcott was asked if
he knew who was the Governor of Massachusetts, and he replied: "Pa says he is
hut he is such a joker."
(l. No matter how reliable a person or a store may be, there will still be some
doubting Thomases" who will question their statements at times. For instance: A-well-known
Portland lady came into the store on Monday last, and, walking up to
the manager of the "Lace Store," said: I saw in the paper this morning that you
were selling $1 chiffons today for 48c the yard. Of course, I know that's 'ONLY
AN ADVERTISEMENT' but if you've a real good chiffon for 48c a yard I would
like to see it." Our lace chief quietly led her up to the counter where the adver
tised chiffon was on sale, showed it to her without remark. "Why!" she exclaimed,
this IS a REAL dollar chiffon." And after taking a piece to our "dark room"
and turning on the electric lights, that she could better get the effect of the goods as
they would appear made up for evening wear, she purchased materials for a beautiful
Of course, it was A REAL 1 OHIFFON otherwise it would not have been ad
vertised as such. That woman was a new-comer to the city, and we've won her busi
ness by telling the TRUTH. How easy it is to BUILD BUSINESS, after all-when
one has the foundation of TRUTH to start from and the right material to build with,
we don t wonder the values we offer excite surprise among those who haven't an
every-day acquaintance with the store-they're tho biggest surprise the tourists meet
with on their trip. But home-folk are used to getting grand bargains here they ex
pect them and we never disappoint. Today's are among the best of the new sea
son. But shop before 6 P. M. This store is not open evenings.
An Unusual Safe of Splendid New Silks
In the Silk Store Fifth-Street Annex First Floor.
This store does not get all it could for a piece of silk, rather, it aims io give best,
possible values. -Sometimes-like all stores it gives unusual bargains, of which the
following is a fair example. Th'cre're thousands of yards of silks in today's offer
ings: " - . j
New, All Pure Silk Plaids, in all the new Scotch colorings, also in the swell satin
barred effects; splendid $1 values. Special only, yard ? 79
Regular $1.10 value, .23-inch warranted Black Taffota, all pure silk and unmatch
able for durability and wear. Special only, yard -. 83
19-inch all pure Silk Colored Taffeta, white, ivory, cream and all new Fall colors
to choose from; regular 85c value,' Special only, yard 69
From "Ye Shoe Shoppe on Ye 'Fairway.' "
Sixth-Street Annex First Floor.
NEVER rA FAILURE IN GLORIAS
Out of the thousands of pairs of "GLORIA" Shoes we have sold
not one but has proven a satisfactory investment to the wearer.
This is the remarkable record of "Glorias," and this one thin"
has been their host advertisement. "GLORIA SHOES. S3 SO
The 0., W. & K..Ivustom Shoes, with foot-form lasts, which allow the foot to re
tain a perfectly natural position, no cramping, pinching or rubbing anywhere The
inner solesare of oak tannage, thoroughly "beaten out" so as to stop any burnintr
sensatioirof the fcet. b
They are made of patent coltskin of a quality that will compare favorably with the
best $5.00 Shoes. Sizes, 5V2 to 11, widths AA, A, B, C, D. j? aa
Price, the pair .'. $4.111
Women's $3.00 and $3.50 Shoes for $1.95
"We still have a good selection of women's Shoes, made bv P. J. Haney of Lynn
Mass., a celebrated shoe manufacturing firm. These Shoes are here 'in the best
styles and leathers, and will give the best satisfaction; our regular J? I frr
.$3.00 and $3.50 values. Special for today at, the pair $ I cJO
Saturday Specials in
Women's and Children's
CHILDREN'S BLACK COTTON' HOSE 25c
Children's Fine-Ribbed, Black Cotton.
Fleece-Lined Hose. fashioned foot,
double kr.ee; all sizes; special, pair. .25c
BOYS' IRON CLAD HOSE 25c
Boys' Iron Clad Hose; triple knit leg, re
lnforcod heel and toe; numerous weights;
special at, the pair -25c
MISSES 25c HOSE ISc
Misses' very nne-rlbbed Black Lisle Hose;
seamless; very iressy Regular value
25c; special at, the pair 28c
Splendid Special In "Women Hose and
Saturday Specials in
Women's and Children's
Knit Underwear Aisle .
CHILDREN'S COTTON VESTS AN'D PANTS
Children's Cream-Tinted Cotton Vests,
Pants and Drawers; good Winter
weight; slightly fleeced
Sizes 18 to 26; special at, each 25c
Sizes 28 to 30; special at, each 30c
Sizes 32 to 34; special at, each 35c
CHILDREN'S VESTS AN'D PANTS 25c
Children's Sirlss-Ribbed. Cream-Tinted
Vests and Pants; Winter-weight; all
sizes; special at, each ....25c
GIRLS' UNION SUITS 50c
Girls' Gray Cotton. Jersey-Ribbed Union
Suits; good weight; well made and neat
ly trimmed; all sizes; special, sult..50c
BOYS' UNION SUITS 50c AND c
Boys' Gray Cotton Union Suits; good Winter-weight;
made of strong cotton yarn,
double stitching; great specialvat, the
suit 50c aad Me
CHILDREN'S "STUTTGARTKR" VESTS ,
A lot of broken lincs""o7 Children's "Stutt
, garter" Fine Wool Vests and Pants: ex
ta fine goods; special at. each. HALF
THE 0. W. & H. DAILY "HUNCH"
(With Apologies t the ShelfJea Scfaoel ef Scientific Salesmanship) x
ISSUED EVERY DAY IN THE INTERESTS OP THE "DIFFERENT STORE"
AND ITS GREAT CLIENTELE
Any solar plexus blow tend
ing to stimulate mental or
Ours is the
A Monster Sale of Men's
Ih the "nnberdanherie" Sixth-Street Ab
ex FIrt Floor.
Here, where man can shop all by him
self, la a section devoted exclusively to the
mole contingent, wo shall offer today
some of tho smartest ncckdiessings shown
this season At half price! Yes.
MEN'S 50c KECKWEAK FOR 38 e.
MMnl,y,Sllk Four-in-Hand Tie. In
pagne, brown, white and. red, with silk
ngured effects Our 50o value; special
for today at, each asc
50c FOR MEN'S GOLF SHIRTS "WORTH ft
Men's White Golf Shirts, with plaited or
fancy white pique fronts Splendid S1.0)
value; special at. each .5
To Visitors and Those Unaccustomed to Our Early
Closing Views: This store remains open on Satur
dayas on all days until 6 P. M., to afford all
ample opportunity to do End-of-the-Week Shopping
Comfortably and Thoroughly the store IS NOT
New and fashion
able Dress Stuffs
A REMARKABLE SALE OF HAN'DSOJIE
DRESS FABRICS Blacks and Color.
This store Is a power in the Dress Goods
markets. The large and steadily increas
ing business which Is so deservedly our
portion has great weight -with famous mill
folk and their agents. We own our fabrics
for less than other Portland stores, and
keep them from owning at any prlco the
best lines which we control. Special pric
ings Annex, Fifth Street Flrt Floor.
COLORED DRESS. GOODS SPECIALS FOR
This section offers two big specials for
New Scotch Plaids In silk-shotted effects:
the latest fabric shown; new Check
Shadow Effect Suiting; new Worsted
Suiting; "hand-finished." In every known
wanted color Our regular unequalej 50c
value: special, only, the yard 4lc
48. 50 and 52-Inch New Suiting, in
Panamas. Granite Worsteds. Herring
bone, Cheviots. Shadow Plaid Panamas.
Shcpncrd Checks and Novelty Plaids
UnequaleJ Sl.ee value; special, only, th
The Black Dress Goods
Offer N'cvr Silk and Wool Crepe de Pari
and Imported All-Wool Vollen for
Today's Special Selling.
Rngular 11.00 grades; special, yard. . . .TSo
Regular $1.25 grades; special, yard DTc
Regular JL30 grades; special. yard...si.2i
Regular J1.75 grades: special. yard...jl.3S
Regular $2.60 gr?les; special, yard. ..91.30
. These are by far the best values offered
In the city at the regular price.
$5 Silk Umbrellas $2.93
All-Silk Umbrellas about 150 of there
of line plaid taffeta, with best Paragrfn
frame, with Improved lock rib and steel
rod, made by tht best Umbrella manu
facturers In the world. We posltively
guarantee them to be tho best 35.00 val
ue on the markot- Special sale price.
First Showing of Children's
Fall and Winter
In Bnby-toMInii Snlon Second Floor.
New lines of Children's. Handsome Fall
and Winter Coats. These Coats are In it
great variety of materials and colors, ar
splendidly rnado and fashioned, and In fin
ish have all tho new and pretty girlish
Bearskin Coat, especially, will be very
popular this season: are very handsome
and wairm. and aro priced at.
each ; $3.75 to $25.00
Other ContJi are, of squirrel., lamb's wool.
-uk ana une wooi materials, and aro.
priced at. eacn. rrom.....si.T5 to 850.00
Infanta' Lonsr Coat In all the appropriate
materials, eitncr piam or beautlfullv
3IARYELOrs SPECIAL VALUES IN TO
Great Sale of Ribbons at
Beautiful Prlnt Warp Taffeta Ribbons. 4
inc-ies wide our 5o value. Also Fine
Taffeta Ribbons, with fancy colored bor
ders and white background Our 60c val
ue; speciul at. tho yard :tac
Elegant Print Warp Taffeta Ribbons. In
large floral designs; worth 50c,
Fine New Louislne Ribbons, with the one
edge effect for making ruffles; worth 50c
Roman Stripe Ribbons. 5 Inches wide. In
assorted colors. Our 73c value.
Beautiful All-Silk Jacquard Ribbons, 4
to 5 luches wide; In pinks, blues, whtlu
and black, etc. Our 60c value.
Fancy Striped Ribbons, In insertion design
elegant quality. Our 50c value.
The finest lot ot Rlbbona vre bare ever of
fered for the money. They aro suitable
for nccKwear, fancy glrdlesf sashes
cushion ruffles, dress trimmings and all
decorative purposes. On sal a "T"T
today at, the yard OJL
DOMESTIC ECONOMY LEADS THE WAY
TODAY TO THE
Special Saturday Sales in
PRICES ON GERMAN CIHN.1l BROKEN
Odd lines In bread, butter, dessert, break
fast and dinner plates to close out at half
Reg. 11.75 value; special at. the doz....S8c
Reg. J 2.00 value; special at, tho doz..l.0O
Reg. 2.23 value; special at, tho doz..ri.l3
Reg. 52.50 value; special at, tho doz..l.25
Reg. 33.00 value; special at, the J or. .31.50
Reg. J 3.50 value; special at the dor.. $1.75
Reg. 34.00 value; special at, the doz..S2.oo
Reg. 6.00 value; special at. the doz.. 93.00
FRUIT, PUDDING AND OATMEAL SAU
CERS AT HALF PRICE.,'
Reg. $1.50 value; special at. the doz.... 75c
Reg. J 2.00 value; special at, the doz..i.eo
Reg. 32.30 value; special at, the doz.. $1.35
Reg. 33.03 .value; special at, the dlz. .91.50
Reg. 54.00 value; special at, the daz. .92.00
Reg. 56.00 value; special at, the doz.. 93.00
CUPS AN'D SAUCERS. '
Rrg. 25c value; special at 13c
Reg. 35c value- special at.. iSc
Reg. 50c value; special at 35c
Reg. 7Cc dialue: special at ....38c
Reg. 31.0Ctid $1.25 value; special at.. 63c
Odd pieces in DECORATED CHINA. Spe
cial to close out at HALF PRICE.
S4.ee GAS PLATES 93.15.
Gas Plate, 3 burners. Regular value, 54.00;
special at, each ..........93.15.
N'O. 7 COOK STOVE.. Special at, each. 97. 60
"QUICK BAKER" STEEL RANGE.
With high closet.
Reg. $32.0a valuo; special at. each.... 99&50
Reg. 535.00 value; special at, each. .93&5$
TODAY IN THE GARMENT SALONS
TWO GEEAT SPECIAL SALES TOE TODAY.
Women's $23.50 Tailored
Suits $ 1 3.55
Handsomely tailored Suits, in blouse, Efton and jacket
styles, materials affording a choice of cheviots, broad
cloths, Panamas and smart mannish mixed tweedish ma
terials. One may suit her fancy as to color, -whether it
tends toblack, blue, brown or mixtures. Rich, navies are
especially good for the coming season wear. Plain
tailored, styles or trimmed in smart braid, button, stitch
ing or strapped effects. Some, "with pretty fancy vests.
All made up in exquisite workmanship. Values in the
convention of handsome' suits up to $28.50. You may
choose today at one price a price 2- I "T
that averages half their value, viz.. . . . . " wW J
for $ 1 0.00 Silk
That is, if you'll buy 'em here today; and you know
the first pick is the best and most satisfactory. Sendee
able Taffetas and Chiffon Taffetas, in blacks, blues, -reds,
browns and greens. Straight skirts with accordion-plaited
or gathered ruffles and flounce. Very stylish and serviceable.
The Newest in
"Dijon" SaIonn Annex, Second Floor.
The prestljre of our mllllnerv section Ts
xsirenginened mis season by Its triumphs
in men ati creations and so well estao-
iisned is our reputation for exclusive mod
els that no woman is content to select an
expensive hat without consulting her tastes
nere. nui tne popularity or tnis depart
ment or our great business la seen to a
greater extent In the medium-priced hats.
some maae in our own workrooms, otners
the conceptions of America's leading East
ern milliners. Hats which show all the
beauty and style of the higher-priced ones
at a inning expense.
The I'ATEXT LEATHER HAT has taken a
strong; aoiu upon tne popular fancy of
smartly dressed women this season, and
we again demonstrate our IeadershlD in
value-giving by offering- these stylish hats,
suited for wear of miss or matron, a splen
did "In-between-season" hat In ready-to-
wear snapes wnlch embrace French Sail
ors and Continentals a lot Just received
from New York at a choice OJsr'
todav for tQI
First Floor "West Annex.
would call vour attention to our
handsome and varied lines of Pretty
Sonvenirs. to wnlch we are constantly add
ing many exclusive novelties. They arft
all madu from high-grade materials and
designs are the newest.
Our Sharrlojc of Sterling- Silver Soavenlr
.Spoon would be hard to equal any
where, and they are priced to suit every
nurse; each, from SOc up to 93.00
AIno n large nhoirlac of Souvenir Fobs.
RlnicM. Thimble, Ilookranrk-i, XiagtnKM,
Souvenir Leather Bngn, Parses. Cnrd-
caiies, Pocket JUlrrorx, etc.
A Xovclty la Xcr Chnln Puraest made In
gilt with ring- mesh; also ring attach
ment so they can be worn on long
chains; price, each 7
Special September Sale of
and Autumn Wash Fabrics
Domestic and "Wash Good Aisles
Our great Fall sale of Housekeeolnnr'Idn
ens continues foday. Prices are away
under marxet value. Linens have ad
vanced steadily, and are growing- higher;
nothing--can prevent it. IVe could not land
linens here nor buy in open markot today
at the prices we contracted to pay for
these, weeks and months ago. A. scour
ing of the Now York market by our resi
dent New Tork buyer proved this fact a
few days ago. Many of the retail prices
at this sale average as low as present
wholesale prices. Better stock up on all
Fall needs In these lines whllo this sale
Is on. We commend the following Items
to good housekeepers everywhere within
shopping distance of the store, by mall or
HANDSOME TABLE DAMASK FOR fl.OS.
A new Importation of, bleached satin
Damask, of Irish manufacture, very
ucavy quality. 72 inches wide. In a va
riety of handsome designs. This linen
was Imported to retail at $1.25. Special
sale price, tho yard fl.05
NAPKINS to match Table Damask, full
dinner size. Special at. the dozen.. 348
TOWELS HUCKABACK TOWELS, 23c.
250 dozen Huckaback Towels hemstitched,
with all white or colored borders; good
large size. Special sale price, each.. 35c
HUCK TOWELS FOB, Sc.
500 dozen Huck Towels, soft and heavy;
good towels for rooming-houses. Spe
cial sale price, each Sc
WHITE LINEN-FINISH SUITINGS
A. small lot of about 50 pieces of white
liucu-jiuiau ouiuugi, tuuna just 11KO linen
and Is very durable for waists and suits.
Special sale price, the yard ...... 12)c
NEW FALL PERCALES FOR 10c.
103 pieces of nice, soft-finish Percales, In
neat paterns In cadet blue, navy; wine
color and black and white, 36 Inches
.wide. Special sale price,- the yard.. 10c
HANDSOME NEW WAISTING5.
A very exclusive and complete showing: of
now aiaiiugs ior eariy tail wear, in
mohair, and wool plaids In all the differ
ent Scotch clarva and rainbow effects.
WONDERFUL BARGAINS THAT SUGGEST
Comforts and Conveniences
to Home-folk and Tourists
Alike. Home Sewers
A BIG SALE OP
Blankets and Indian
Olds, Wortman & King Sew
ing Machine $20
"7 & K. Sewing- Machines; golden oak
cabinet, 5 drawers, automatic lift, drop
head, nigh arm. ball-bearing; guaranteed
for 1T years. Sold by agents for 560
our price, each $20.00
Olds, Wortman & King Sew
ing Machine $24.90
Same as above in hand-lift, drop-head; sold
by agents for $53 our price, ea...SM.80
New Eiderdown Comforters
Beautiful colorings; best French satlne
covering? values at. each, 95S0, $8.30,
0 to v..., .-9O.00
Fancy silk-covered on one side values at.
each 911, $13J50 to 15
All silk or satlne covered values to, each.
New Pall Styles in Couch
Covers, Portieres, Etc.
. HAVE ARRIVED.
Tapestry Portieres in plain colors, cord
ed edge, fringed edge and fringed ends.
Tapestry Portieres with borders.
Hetvy double-faced Velour Portieres.
Blankets and Indian
Special for One Week
Scarlet Wool Blankets Value 55.00; spe
cial, while they last, at 92J50
Value J5.5D; special! while they last, at
Fine Navajo Wool Blankets Regtilar val
ue 57.50; special, each $4.05
Pendleton Robe Value 54.50, for.... $2.50
Pendleton Indian Robes; choicest pat
terns and colors
Value 57.50; special $0.00
Value 56.50; special ...$5.00
Value 55.50; special $4.75
JSevy of Notions
For Saturday Shoppers First Floor Shops.
BALL AND SOCKET GARMENT FASTEN
ERS large or small sire, black or white
Our 5c value; special at, dozen 3c
BEST NICKEL-PLATED SAFETY PINS, 1
dozen on card; all sizes Values to Gc;
special at, the dozen Sc
BEST QUALITY BASTING COTTON, 500
yard spools; Nos. 40 and 50; black or
white Our 5c value; special at, three
spools for ioc
FEDER'S BEST QUALITY BRUSH SKIRT
BINDING, In black or colors Our 5c
value; speoial at, the yard 3c
BEST BLACK TUBULAR SHOE LACES,
for men's, women's and children's shoes;
1 dozen In package Our 12c value; spe
cial at, the dozen 7C
33c PETROLEUM JELLY FOR 12c.
Large size 1-pound glass Jars of Petroleum
Jelly, for cuts, burns and bruises Our
25c value; special at, the Jar 12c
25c WITCH HAZEL SOAP 10c.
Witch Hazel Tolleto Soap; extra quality;
3 cakes In box Our 25c value; special at,
the bcx ioc
JERSEY CREAMERY BUTTERMILK
SOAP; 3 cakes In box; special at, the
DR. NELL'S DENTAL CREAM TOOTH
a.tj A' crar -oc vaiue; special at, the
ECLIPSE ALMOND CREAM, for the com
plexion una xur auiiening ana Deautlfy-ing-
the skin Our 35c value; special at.
the bottle 20c
0c WRITING TABLETS 5c.
Real Linen Writing Tablets; rUIed, note
size Extra value at 9c; special, each.. 5c
WHITE COMMERCIAL ENVELOPES! 25
in uwauu owoa w aim d incnes; ions;
shape Our 5o value; special at, 2 pack
ages for n..". 5e
DENNIS ONS FANCY DECORATED CREPE
jfjrjinr-uui. uu ViUUQ, special al. .XiG
CARTER'S PHOTO LIBRARY PASTE; In
iae.i water wen jars our loc value;
special at, each ..,
DECORATED AMERICAN PAPER NAP-
lusj iuo in package our 10c value;
special at, the package Sc