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THE MORXING OREGONIAN, SATTJRDAT, JUNE 6. 1914.
CONTRACT LET FOR
LINE TO 0LYI1PIA
Jwohy Bros, to Grade O.-W.
R. & N. Branch to Connect
, With Tenino Cutoff.
TERMINALS ALSO PLANNED
Work to Begin Next Week on Project,
Which, With Depot and Industrial
Tracks In Washington Capital,
Will Cost $500,000.
Twohy Bros., of Portland, reoelved
the contract yesterday morning lor
building the O.-W. R. & N. Company's
line Into Olympla, a project which,
with the Olympla terminals, will cost
Work will start next week. The road
will be in operation by November 1.
The new line will connect with the
Tenino cut-off of the Northern Pacific,
over which the O.-W. R. & N. Com
pany has an operating lease, at Cham
bers Prairie Station, approximately 7.6
miles due east of Olympla. Twohy
Bros, will do the grading only. Com
pany employes will lay the steel. The
track will be heavily ballasted and
placed in high-class condition. It is
probable that 90-pound rails will be
In connection with this construction
the company will develop Its Olympla
terminal properties which it acquired
more than a year ago from the Olympla
Terminal Railway Company. This
property consists of more than two
miles of Industrial tracks serving a
number of Important Industries In
Passenger Site Acquired.
The company has acquired an excel
lent passenger site in the heart of the
Olympla business district, at the corner
of Fourth and Adams streets, only
two blocks from the Statehouse. It
is proposed to erect thereon a modern
passenger station of brick and stone
costing probably $15,000. Architects In
the chief engineer's office In Portland
now are preparing plans.
Construction work between Chambers
Prairie and Olympla will not be diffi
cult, says J. R. Holman, chief engi
neer for the O.-W. R. & N. Company,
lie expects that with favorable weather
during the next few months the grad
ing job can be finished before Septem
" ber 1. which will permit the rails to
be laid and the line opened for opera
tion by November 1.
All the necessary right of way has
been obtained. The road will be built
through a productive district, which
itself may be the ultimate source of
Tenino Cut-Off Work Pushed.
While this work is in progress the
Northern Pacific is continuing activity
on Its Tenino cut-off, which It expects
to have ready for operation by Sep
tember 1. This line will complete the
double-track system between Portland
and Puget Sound, and will greatly im
prove the service. The O.-W. R. &
Company and the Great Northern both
will use this road, under lease. In
common witli tho Northern Pacific.
Mr. Holman expects to give more
or less personal attention to this work,
inasmuch as he is thoroughly familiar
with the situation. In his former
capacity as resident engineer at Seat
tle he had charge of some of the pre
Since Mr. Holman assumed the office
of chief engineer a few months ago
lie has moved his office, together with
his office force and equipment, from
Seattle to Portland. The engineering
department now occupies all the north
and part of the east side of the twelfth
floor of the Wells-Fargo building.
The personal record bureau which for
merly shared the rooms on the east
front has been moved to the Ash-street
It Is probable that the Olympla line
will be the only piece of new work
undertaken by the O.-W. R. & N. Com
pany this year. Preliminary surveys
on the proposed extension to South
Bend and Raymond were made a few
months ago, but definite arrangements
for extending the lines into that ter
ritory have not been concluded.
AD CLUB WILL PLAY ANGEL
Ios Angeles Delegates to Bring Child
Howe to Portland.
With the business trip to the Pacific
Coast convention of Ad Clubs, the
delegation-' of--Admen -of Los Angeles
has linked charity and social service
by adopting as its mascot and escort
ing to Portland little 3-year-old Cora
Cochran, one of the wards of the As
sociated Charities in this city.
Little Miss Cochran was sent from
the baby home in Portland, to Los An
geles some months ago or temporary
residence with a family In that city.
When It came time for her to be
brought back to Portland, "funds for
transportation were not available at
once. Before the Associated Charities
could make arrangements for It, the
Lo Angeles Admen solved the problem
by adopting the child as their mascot
on the trip. News of this plan was
received by Secretary V. R. Manning,
of the Charities yesterday.
The Los Angeles delegation will pass
through Portland on its way to Van
couver, B. C. Wednesday morning on
the Shasta Limited, and Mr. Manning,
who is himself a member of the Ad
Club In Portland, will meet them at the
station and take charge of their little
COAST SETTLERS APPEAL
Effort Made to Reduce Area of Land
They Mast Clear.
Efforts will be made through the
Oregon delegation in Congress by the
Portland Chamber of Commerce to se
cure an amendment to the homestead
aot which will reduce the amount of
clearing necessary on the part of the
settler on a homestead in the coast
counties of Oregon.
Under the present act the coast
county homesteader is on the same
terms as the Eastern Oregon settler.
The nature of the timbering In the
eastern part of the state and the more
scanty underbrush in that section
makes the trouble of clearing very
light in comparison to the clearing in
the coast counties where the land is
heavily timbered and thickly covered
SEASIDE VISITORS MANY
Cottages Being Remodeled for Sum
SEASIDE, Or., June 6 (Special.)
Summer visitors are arriving qulto
regularly at Seaside now, the hotels
are filling steadily and cottages are
being overhauled by the score. Among
the Portland people here during the
past week were: Mr. and Mrs. Dan E.
Crowley. Mr. and Mrs. 'J. W. Luke, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Lounsbury, Mrs. L. C
Lounsbury, H. J. Mathison and son,
Mrs. M. C Barth. Miss Dorothy Barth,
Miss Grace Johnson, Mr. and Mra. A.
S. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brooks,
Mrs. Edward B. Jones, Mrs. B. E. Tait,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Day, Mr. and Mrs.
William Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Collard, .Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Norduot,
Miss H. McDonald, Miss Etta Leach,
Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Miller and Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Hanley. Other out-of-town
people were: Genevieve C. Fltzpat
rick, of Ishpeming. Mich.; Miss Lola
Robinson! of Stanton, Neb.; Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph De Lafayette, - of Astoria;
Miss Katharine Jennings, of Dallas
Center, la.; Mrs. Virginia Baur, of
Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mra D. W.
Stambrook, of Newberg, Or.; Mrs. John
Ehorn and Miss Amy Ehorn, of Che
welah. Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. F. B.
Jackson, of The Dalles, Or.; Mrs. L W.
Reed, of Morton, Wash.; Mr. and. Mra
E. B. Hayden, of The Dalles; Dr. and
Mrs. J. H. Logan, of Astoria.
Y.M.C.JL HAS JUBILEE
SEVENTIETH ASXIVERSARY OF
' FOrJJTDIJVG TO BE OBSERVED.
Wonderful Growth of Organisation
Front Charter Membership of 12 to
- 1.100,000 Is Belated.
Portland's Toung Men's Christian As
sociation will Join with the Y. M. C. A.
in all parts of the world today in cele
brating the 70th anniversary of the
founding of the organization. A formal
anniversary meeting was held at the
Portland association last Sunday, the
observance day being limited to the dis
tribution of membership cards in al
most exact duplicate of the original
membership certificate. These cards
are received as part payment for mem
bership fees In both the boys' and men's
George Williams, who founded the
T. M. C. A. and was knighted for that
service by Queen Victoria, was a dry
goods clerk at the time the organiza
tion was instituted. Twelve fellow em
ployes were the charter members. Wil
liams later became a commanding
figure. "He was the most winsome and
earnest Christian man I have ever
known," said John Wanamaker, for
many years his friend.
After its organization the association
grew rapidly until today it has 1,100,
000 members. $115,000,000 Invested in
buildings and equipment and a weekly
budget of $500,000. Eleven years after
the founding a world's conference at
Paris adopted the following brief dec
laration, which is still the accepted
basis of association work:
"The Toung Men's Christian Associa
tion seeks to unite those young men
who, regarding Jesus Christ as their
God and Saviour, according to the Holy
Scriptures, desire to be his disciples in
their doctrine and in their life, and to
associate their efforts for the extension
of his kingdom among young men."
BOY IS ANXIOUS TO WORK
I Yur teen-Year-Old Refuses to Live
on Pension Allowed Btother.
Since a 14-year-old boy emphatically
says he Is unwilling to live on the
widow's pension allowed his mother by
the county, the Associated Charities,
to which he appealed, is seeking to
find a place where he may stay during
the Summer and work for his sup
port. He said .That he wanted to be in
dependent and did not feel that he
ought to be a burden upon his mother
or a charge on the county.
The boy is not very strong, but would
be able, it is thought, to earn his
board, lodging and clothes. Owing to
the condition of his health the As
sociated Charities Is trying to find him
a position In the country.
CONTRACTORS LOSE JOBS
Beth ill Brothers Scored for Alleged
Delay on City Improvements.
Because of alleged delays and delin
quency in fulfilling of street and side
walk contracts, Bechill Bros., contractors
may be barred from getting any more
city contracts until their present work
is finished. This was the recommenda
tion yesterday of Commissioner Dieck,
adopted by the Council."
It is Bald that in some cases Bechill
Bros. have been delinquent many
months in their contracts, and, as a
result, public Improvements are held
up and the city gets the blame. Com
missioner Dieck says everything has
been done to bring the concern to time,
but all efforts have been of no avail.
Alleged' Mnrderer Recovering.
ROSEBTJRG. Or!. June 5. (Special.)
Morrison Campbell, whose trial on a
charge of murdering John Becker at
Cleveland on April 15 was recently
postponed on account of his illness. Is
Improving rapidly, and the trial will
probably occur in July.
Sunburn? Use Santlseptlc Lotion. Adv.
Learn to Regulate the Heat of
By Mrs. Janet McKenzie Hill, Editor of
the Boston Cooking School Magazine
There is just one way to make
your cakes rise high and keep an
even surface. Have your ovea
moderate at first, until the cake i3
fully rizen; then increase the heat,
so as to brown it over quickly.
Extreme heat stiffens the dough.
If you stiffen the outside of the
cake before the rising i3 complete,
you stop the rising process. Then
the leavening gas, forming inside,
will bulge up the center, where
the dough is still soft, and spoil
the shape of the cake. 83
Notk Biscuits or other pastries .
made from stiff dough, that are cut inttf
shapes for the oven, bake in a hot oven:
This is because the cut surfaces of the
dough da not- sear ovr, but rather
leave the pore9 open, allowing the
leavening gas to escape and the heat to
penetrate readily. Small ovens cool
quickly; therefore they should be made
several degrees hotter than a larger
oven, and the less the door is opened
the better. Do not attempt to bake
bread and pastry together. Bread re
quires prolonged,- moderate baking
pastry the reverse.
Have a strong nnderheat for baking
powder preparations, especially pastry.
These are only a few of the many
baking helps found in the K C Cook's
Book a copy of which may be secured
by sending the colored certificate taken
from a 25-cent can of EC Baking Pow
der to the JA2U53 MFG. Co., Chicago.
Green Trading Stamps Will Be Given on Charge Accounts if Paid in Full on or Before the 10th of Each Month
Soda Fountain and Ice Cream Parlors in Basement Shoes Shtned in Basement Manicuring and Hairdressing, 2d Floor
V 55 ng' Bunt"
V""2?i f or' Rose
H e a d q u arters for
Views and Novelties
of all kinds.
Olds Worttnan Sc
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
Store Hoars 9 A. M. to ( F. M. Every Business Say Saturday Included
Every Saturday is
"Candy day" at the
Bargain Circle, Main
Floor. All popular
sweets on sale for
one day at special
June White Sale in Progress
Every White Article Reduced Except a Few Restricted Lines
Great Festival Sale Men's Clothing
Savings No Man Should Overlook!
Men's and Young Men's Suits at
Cassimeres, Cheviots and Worsteds in neat stripes
and gray effects. Ten different models. Style, fit
and materials equal to suits elsewhere at $22.50.
Boys9 Straw Hats
At Sale Prices
$3.00 Hats, $2.45 Boys' Straw Hats,
in blue and white and brown and white
effects. Also "Senior" ffO
shapes. Regular $3.00 Hats pt
$3.50 Hats, $2.95 Boys.' Straw Hats,
in new English and Sparta shapes. Vel
vet bands, with bows in 2JO Q T
back. Regular $3.50 Hats PfZIH
$5.00 Hats, $4.45 Boys' Middy
Straws, with white trimming. Also high
crown "Eldora," with bow 2v5 Ji CZ
at side or back. $5.00 Hats PiJ
Just Received! Very attractive new line
of Boys' Rah-Rah Hats felts, in lively
plaids and checks also in J? T
plain colors. All sizes Vtvw
Indian Clubs FREE!
Regulation Indian Club given with every
Boy's Suit sold Saturday, ranging in
price from $4.45 to $15.00. Complete
line of Boys' Bathing Suits in all sizes.
Priced from 95o to $2.95. Pair of water
wings FREE with Boys' Bathing Suits.
Sole Portland Agents for "Right-Posture"
Clothes. Priced at $5.00 to $15.00
$8.50 Motor Coats at $6.43
Men's Rosebury Cloth Motor Coats the
proper garment for outing wear. Shown
in distinctive new styles and in a com
plete range of sizes. Reg- i CZ
ular $3.50 Coats. Special pJe9
Men's $1.50 Shirts $1.15
Men's soft-cuff Summer Shirts, with de-
tachable soft collars. Black, blue, tan1
and lavender stripes. Light and dark
patterns. Regular $1.50 fi? f 1 EZ
Shirts. Special today at PJ-
$1.5Q Union Suits at $1.29
Men's elastic trouser-seat Union Suits.
Athletic cut, no sleeves and knee length.
Soisette and madras cloth. C? T OQ
-Regular $1.50 garments at
Men's 25c "OWK" Hose 19c Pair
Straw Hats $2 to $8.5Q
Extra good quality Cot
ton Hose, with rein
forced heel and toe.
Black and a few colors.
Reg. 25o Hose, f
Special, the pair '
Men's high or low-crown
Sailors, in all blocks, $2
to $4. Men's Panama
and high-grade Sailors
at from CO EZf
$4 up to POOU
ipi i Mwi
Second Floor Our entire .stock of
Children's Summer Dresses, both
white and colored, in the June
White Sale at special low prices.
$14.00 Dresses $6.48
Odd lines Girls' Summer Dresses.
Attractive new styles in linens,
voiles, repps, challies, organdies
and eponge. Dresses Si Q
worth up to $14.00 VWtfO
$11.00 Dresses $2.98
Pretty little Summer Frocks of
challies, in light and dark colors.
Trimmed with satin and velvet
sashes, etc. Worth 0 QO
up to $11.50. Special Pw.70
$2.25 Dresses at $1.39
Children's Wash Dresses of per
cales and chambrays. French style,
with Dutch neck and short sleeves.
Ages 6 to 14 years. 3? T QQ
Worth up to -$2.25 P --t3
$1.25 Dresses for 59c
French style Dresses of percale;
chambray and gingham. - Dutch
neck and short sleeves. Ages 2 to
6 years. Dresses worth f
to $1.25. Your choice at''
All Girls' Coats ranging in price
from $8.25 to $21.00, at V2 price.
Women's $38.50 Suits $15.95
Beautiful Lingerie Waists at $2.49
Department, Second Floor Sale extraordinary of
women's and misses' high-grade Suits. The assort
ment is composed of this season's best-selling styles
short lines taken from our regular stock and
marked for immediate disposal. Every popular
style and material is represented in this superb col
lection. Garments selling earlier )J "W CZ Q tZ
in the season up to $38.50. Special PJ-JsiJ
Department, Second Floor A special purchase of
dainty Summer Waists at a very low price makes
this offer possible. They are styled in the prettiest
and most becoming effects 6hown this season. The
materials are plain and figured marquisettes, bro
caded and plain crepes, sheer batistes and linens.
Latest drop-shoulder and sleeve styles. CJO SQ
Over a score of models. Priced special P&&7
$5.00 Colonials at $3.85
' Shoe Dent.. Main Floor
Patent, suede and gonmetal leathers, in smart Colo
nial effects. Also the much-wanted flat tailored
bow Pumps. Straight or kidney heels. We show a
great variety of styles in these new Colonials and
Pumps. All sizes and widths. Reg- (JQ Off
ular $4.50 and $o.00 grades priced at P
Men's Shoes at $3.85
Men's Vici Kid and Calf Shoes, in button and
lace styles. These are all new stock and the
very latest lasts. Priced very
special lor Saturday, the pair
$3 Pumps and Colonials $1.98
Basement, Bargain Center 1500 pairs Women's and Misses'
Pumps and Colonials. "Mary Jane" styles, in patent and gun-
. - T L ' A " Tl . . T - . 1 V J i fT. '
meiai oaun rumpsj raieut, wim urucuue quaner, inmnungs
of fancy and tailored buckles. All sizes in the lot.
Keguiar $d.uu grade, bpeciai today, tne pair
Odd Lines Corsets
at 1-3 Off
Second Floor Discontinued styles
in Lily of France and B. & J. Cor
sets. Two or more styles in each
of the following lines. Note prices:
$5 Lily of France Corsets, $3.33
Reg. $8.50 B. & J. Corsets, $5.67
Reg. $10.00 Lily of France, $6.67
Regular $12.50 B. & J. and Lily of
France Corsets, special, at $8.33
Regular $16.60 Lily of France Cor
sets (rubber slip-on models), $12
Regular $15.00 B. & J. and Lily of
France Corsets on sale at $10.00
$7. 5Q Mariettas $3.75
Of fancy mercerized broche, with six
hose supporters attached. Good
models. Regular $8.50 grades, spe
cial, $4.25, and reg- ejo 7CZ
ular $7.50 models at
Odd lines Brassieres at Half Price
Festival Sale Long Silk Gloves
At the Center Circle, Main Floor
Great special purchase of 3000 pairs Women's Long Silk Gloves
on sale Saturday at extraordinarily low prices. A timely sale
hundreds of women will be prompt to take advantage of.
Women's 16-button length Silk
Gloves, with double tipped
fingers. Black, tan, gray, white
and navy. All sizes. dZQg
Special today at, pair " ivC
Women's 16-button length all
silk Gloves, with contrasting
stitched backs. Double tipped.
Black and white. Spe- TCh
cial today at, the pair
Women's $1.25 Long Silk Gloves 98c
Fine all-silk Milanese Gloves in 16-button leneth.
aiso wnne ana DiacK, wnn contrasting stitel
Guaranteed finger tips. Regular $1.25 Gloves.
Black and white,
d backs. Qfii
Kayser's. & Carter's Underwear
A t Special Low Prices
Department, Main Floor Saturday we feature in
the June White Sale special reductions on "Kay
ser's" and "Carter's" Underwear in white. "S.
& H." Green Trading Stamps with cash purchases.
Kayser'a $2.75 Vests and Knickerbockers, $2.45
Kayser's $3.50 Vests and Knickerbockers, $3.15
is.ayser's ti.oo vests and Knickerbockers, $4.50
Kayser's $4.50 Union Suits on sale at only $3.95
Kayser's $5.00 Union Suits on sale at only $4.50
Carter's $1 Vests and Pants 90
Carter's $1.25 Vests, Pants $1.12
Carter's $1.75 Vests, Pants $1.57
Carter's $2.50 Vests, Pants $2.25
Carter's $3.25 Vests, Pants $2.93
Carter's $1.25 Union Suits $1.12
Carter's $2.00 Union Suits $1.79
Carter's $2.50 Union Suits $2.25
Carter's $3.50 Union Suits $3.15
Carter's $5.00 Union Suits $4.50
Delicatessen LarS Norway Mackerel 50c size, for 35
. . Regular 20c size Norway Mackerel, 12
peCiaiS Regular 40c Imp'td Swiss Cheese, lb., 32
Sale of Jewelry
Picture Frames, V4 Off Sterling
silver, plain and hand-engraved.
Mesh Bags, A Off Gold-filled,
plain and engraved. Also Vanity
Cases. All on sale now at 4 off.
Buckles, Vi Off Rhinestone Bet,
plain or engraved. Sterling Slip
per Buckles. On sale at off.
German Silver Mesh Bags at V4 off
25c Fancy Braid Fins now 19
60c Fancy Braid Fins now 39
100 Cards and Plate
Shaded Old English.. $2.75
French Script $2.15
Old English $1.85
Shaded French Script $2.95
100 cards from plate $ .65
June Sale Cut Glass, Silverware
Ideal Gifts for the June Bride
Third Floor Saturday will end tne Glass-Cutting Exhibition. Don't
fail to see this interesting demonstration. Specials in "Diamond
Poinsettia" Cut Glass for today's selling. Bon Ton Trays, $1.00.
Spoon Trays, $1. Extra large size Vases, $5. All Cut Glass i off.
The hand of thrift will never waste Save your Trading Stamps.
Demonstration 'Economy' Fruit Jars
Thermos Bottles All Sizes
An expert will teach you how
to can fruit with the ' least
possible waste. Come today.
Economy Jars, pts., dozen, S5
Economy Jars, qts., doz., $1.00
Economy Jars, -gal. dz. $1.40
Thermos Bottles will keep, hot
or cold for twenty-four hours.
Pint Bottles, Jap. finish, $1.00
Pint Bottles, nickel fin., $1.50
quart Bottles, nickel fin.,
Lunch Box, pint bowl, $2.00
Rose Festival June 9-12
rv2 ttose i ime
Ends Saturday. Come today and
see this interesting demonstration.
25a Pasteurine Tooth Paste, 15
50o Carmen Face Powder at 25
15o 1-lb. Jars Petro for only 8$
25e M. & B. Mouth Wash at 15
C0 M. & B. Month Wash at 25
lOe Mule-Team Borax at only 7
10c Witch Hazel, Oatmeal or But
termilk Soap, special the cake, G
S5e Witch Hazel, 16-oz., at 21
lOe Moth Balls on sale at only f?
$1.00 Sal Hepatica on sale at 85C
25o Emerson's Bromo Seltzer 20
85a Apenta Water on sale at 25
60c Phenolax Wafers at only 35J
50o Stnarfs Dyspepsia Tablets
on special sale at only, box, 35
S5e Merck's Sugar of Milk 28
25o White Pine & Tar now 1 5?
25o Lavoris Mouth Wash at SO
$1 Glycothymoline on sale at 79
35e Fletcher's Castoria now 25
15o Pears' Unsoented Soap at 10
25o Violet Ammonia at only 15?
85 Hospital Cotton, 1 lb., 19
Regular lOo Sapolio at only 6
25c Jergen'8 Rice Powder at 12
35c Daggett & Ramsdell's Face
Cream on special sale at only 25
25c Kolynos Tooth Paste at 14
50o Pebeco Tooth Paste now 28c
15o 2-pound Peroxide at only 7
Sanitary Napkins, one dozen, 35
25o Imperial Talcum at only 15
8o Williams' Shaving Soap at 5c
lOe Monkey Brand Soap now 5
Odds and ends in Bulk Perfumes
on special sale today at, oz., 25i
15o Toilet Paper, 1500 sheets to
the roll, on special sale at 10J
Scissors, set of three in box, 39
Charles Hedden's 75c Toilet Waters
in the following odors : Siren Lily,
Violet Eve, Naiads or Lilac. Any
one of above, together with a 50c
jar of Hedden's Face Cream. Total
value, $1.25. On special
sale, combination price, at "
$3.00 Pyralin Ivory Set comb,
brush and mirror. Special, $5.50
50c Wood Buffers on sale at 25
25o Nail Files, assorted sizes, 15J
10c Orangewood Sticks at only 5
10c Emery Boards on sale at 5
loo Yupla Nail Polish at only 10
2oo Lotus Nail Enamel at 12Vi
25 Lotus Nail Bleach only 12y2
25c Lotus Nail Salve only 12V2
Washable Wood Powder Puffs for
this sale at 5S 8S 10S 15
FREE 25c Shaving Stick, with
"Duplex" Demonstrator Safety
Razors. Both articles for 25
Pyralin Ivory V Off
50c Rubber Gloves "for only 39
$1.75 3-qt. Hot Water Bottles, $1
$1.25 3-qt. Syringes at only $1
50o Rub.-Lined Travel Cases, 35
50o Rubber-Cushion Hair Brushes
on special Gale today at 39
35c Rubber Dressing Combs, 19
Guaranteed Bathing Caps, all col
ors, 25S 35, 50 and 75
Pullman Rubber -Lined Traveling
Aprons, new style, made to bold
several articles, on sale now at $1
"Maurine" Hair Tonic
Are yon troubled with dandruff,
falling hair or itching scalp T If
so, let our demonstrator explain to
you the unquestioned merits of the
wonderful "Maurine" Hair Tonic.
If it is not all we claim it to be,
your money will be cheerfully re
funded. Drug Dept., 2J Tf ff
Main Floor. Price V"v
Borden's Malted Milk
Don't forget to stop at the booth
and try a glass of this most health
giving beverage. During the spe
cial demonstration we have reduced
the regular prices as follows :
Reg. $3.98 Hospital Size, $2.98
Regular $1.00 Size for only SOc
Regular 60c Size for only 40
All Refrigerators on Sale at Reduced Prices
Main Floor1 Women's real Leather
Handbags. Newest handles and
shapes. Fitted with coin purse,
mirror, etc. Extra T "f ff
special, your choice P 'Lr L