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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1915)
TITE 3IOKTXG OKEGOMAX, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1915.
VU SURE THEY
SAW EVAN B. -KEMP
Seven Witnesses Say Fugitive
Ate Dinner at Nisbeti.
t Sanitarium Yesterday.
MANHUNT EXTENDS HOURLY
Jfra- Myers Mill l Critical- Condi.
I tow snrmtrn Hepatic hmar
v Wood la toaaty Several
, Jiaaperts rro Identity.
1r. Mabel Mitn u la a
elafctaej eaadlM la !
a'akl. Her heM aerteaw ry rapid
4 ek had 4e-ae4 eaakla) Ilia.
Ooiat, katoa a4e4 r.
Ik iaullM aa l eegrvate4 Ike
Wltla uap-t arreeted every faw
aura. a4 sieatka throughout Port
Un-t bb4 la every Northwaetera com.
m-mity aa th alert, tho chaacea ef
i kauri craw lee for Kun B.
Kemp, who l warned for tha attack
on pretty Mr. Uafcet Myers TjeeOay
Tha palbt:itt that Kma auecdd
la leaving far d'canl point tko algM
of tha crimo ta thoacht alight, an 4
SVer tr confident that ko wlU k
fein4 In Mut'.norn roaatr.
Kemp eald kr seven wltaeesee to
tt eaten d.nnar at Niehetk saaitar-.
lira. L LaiDur street, yesterday.
lto.pl tsi attach. car tho man begg4
a ntaal la eicheag tor a iiu.1 amouat
Tha b-Tr caraa ta tho hospital dor
art la la afternoon, li wea Bu
mmed af4 tr4 over to Mr. N. A-
Msoatk- T Mt. ttitabatn Murray,
ara. rther liarclund. wattraa at tha
koar-ital: Mr A. r-mitri. tha cook: Mr
Itwctl and ( Bwa employee aUo
aaw trie kfif.
Tha maa want ir. Lalar Mia
Herd and an4 Mr. Smith) together
epene4 a tipCr ao4 i Kemp's
a !-1 i r a.
That'e tho maa wo f4 today!" tko
women et-ream4 imultaoeuly.
Sir. Nieheth reported her Identtuca
tiua to tho ulhorUKi lest night.
IT Wea IwirtM Woe.
F-for teytia-M yeeterday II maa
from the itlerl.r antra war eceurtng
tha twit about Krrol Height. In re
tprt to tho report from Mra. Eta
C Eillun. rfoorulor of a eonfe-tton-
arr atore at hrwoo4 and Lane
e'reete. trial ah fca4 f4 a strangsr
who bore a striking resamblanc to pro
ttr e( Kemp. Vdnee4y afternoon.
Natriieg waa found that aiii J Indicate
Ik direction tha ui ha4 taken.
A-corumg to tha story told by Mra
rail am. tha maa arrtvej ta a faiuljn4
coeditloa about o'clxk Watna4ir
aftarnooa. l(a waat4 foul, and In ra
lara pl t aoraa wood- li atar4 for
Kat aa hoar ant a half. 4-airtoc. o
k aal'L to a aa aftaraooa awappr
kafar ka late, t haa oa arrlvad ko
raa tno front paaa nawa wlta apparent
aatratlan. Mr. Pat'am aai4 that ah
atia4 It waa tao Kcaa-Upn nawa
la which ho arera4 Intarata4 Wbia
ho ltt aba tal-choaa-t tho rnarlff.
Aa aaaplataa4 lalaphoao call, ka
tiaaatl to fcaaa kaaa a boa, waa ra.
caia4 at tha Saartffa e(rio at
telo'l yaa'.f.taT Rommc.
Thia la Kamp." aald tha aoir oar
tha wtraw t ana anai'inc a apactai da.
lr la'tar aaw. tailiac aa wharo I
wi: ma . t waat to aaat y oa
aio. Tha tataofeona maaaayo aaa la.
taa-l4 for tihartrr liartbart.
. Tha ltr ttr arrival.
"II woul4 not aarprta ma If Kmp
carri4 aul kia throat aol coramltlad
at;irtd wboa a roaa of tba maa hunt
that la an.' hrta4 ?3ari.'f liartburt.
Kaaa Mao Dal rraoalll.
Taanc Kam9 poaaaaaaa a Jaa.yl.Hyda
paraoaaiit aa4 atavo aarly boy bood
at paaaioa H a mothor. Mra. tiaaaah
I". Kaacp. talia kow bar . la kia
aorta voutk. would orta tiy into o
coaaomlnaT rata oaar trii".ln nvattara.
aa anaar Ik h would raarrai with
a aarroar camparabt la lalaaUjr onlj
with tha prii'j raa.
A critical meat waa pa4 tr Mra.
Mr at ll4 Oamarttaa lloopltat. but
aba raill4 amabat iraatarda mora.
Ina an4 fIt tnto a l at alaaa.
liar condition Ut mM waa atltl
kopr a.-vordifi ta Tr. r. J. Zitlar.
nta phr.iciaa. kattar la fa"t than tb
XIra. Mrara ia kaowa to many la
Tort!aa4 aa W:a Mabal ataon. for
ana attand-4 tba f!ahnb.tVaiar llual-
aao Coliaaa for li aioatha aatil atut
tar taara aa
Two uipvia war stridor arrt tor
a krlaf 1 1 mm aaatardair. bat aon proo4
thair ll-nt'tr to tha r-hanffa cnan.
war4 ir. of Cantarattla. ar-.
J.jba J Criftin. of Mount Chit. lit..
w . aatinar in a roatauraal an4 waa
I4 h? tha waitar that ka araalljr ro
aaiM.4 tha wasta4 maa. Frio that
h w dull b lacoBTOBiaB4 br arraat
andar uapU-io ka want to tha Shar
if.' offUo aa4 submltta4 to on llixl
Ballon and a Tawtaaa alitiL
I. Ilarrtnatoa toi4 tho polico ko waa
arr 10 a.jappoml ihaa afiar prooioti
taat ko waa aot Kanp.
T.i p;ico Tatarday racalcaj a Bum.
br of ri,r.a from prrn w ko thought
tar ha4 raoaniji.4 Kamav A maa at
t'i and ( aauus titnuw caU4 M.
tartrycta ratroimaa Oontdvtnna bb4
lana an4 ftacttvaa Crad'lork and
mkiB bocau a atrancar had aaaad
wbaa tha aacouvar atrvatcar paaaad.
Tha th atriacir fK4 to a:t aa tha
car. Thia oh4 aiurlaroua lo lha rill.
an. an t tha poi.' HlrrtM ISa hol
B-ahborb4 to aatiafr him.
a ittpUi)i rbrcCra war foanl
Another "auapiclwua" c&arattar aawa4
w ! f a aaaal 01 14 Ku: atraat.
tvta thaa m- tniairid Ibo (raaral
daarlption of Kama
3. ,. n.mmtfs. of Coa4oa. la at tba
IV. . Lu-Ar. ef tiuraa. Or, la at tha
V r. Rraai'. of Atrta. I at tha
i:. r. Vikvla. of Ralaior. la at tha
t W. ItioaT. ef t.tmv Or. la at tha
n. U lUiraum ef Albany. 0 la at
It, nharmaa Mt.ktt. of Aetorta. U at
r .a Paaa Oraa. of Mob moo th. la
at t! lraa-!V
r coatractar of ftpobaBO. I
at tb oraaonw
J tf. VW'Ot. af Kataan. la raUtara4
at tha fr in
It a. Prria;. f Inane la of Baattla la
at h tortiandL
V. X. 1 tWahJey. of Pola. Idaho, la
at th rrtiad.
Jhn .V. r.fwa. altoraay. af alm. I
ai ft) aipivt.
v. J. Ci-aJuSiaCa, t Uo tijailiiiaal
tattoo. Oregon Acrlrulturai Ceiltfi.
at Ibo Impor'.aL
Robert fKoif. ef J one a. Alaaka. la a
Rabbi W. Cold, ef Brook! a. ft. T- I
at the Moltaoanab.
Witiiam Weekly, of MyrCa Tolnt. Or
la at the Ceraaiiua.
I. K. Wtntama. ef Tho Dalle, ta r
!tcrv4 at tho Orecoa
A. W. riachar la rrcltar4 at th
Eaton, from Corralli.
P. J. Baker, bardararo Baa ef to
Can.. Is at tho bewar4.
W. C. Kaiahton. State Architect.
SalfftL. la at lb Bewrard-
Mr. 11I Mra. r. A. Caw, of Boaltlo.
VhL. ara at tha 11a to a
R. Rand Ik eon. of Ca'.hUmet. Or- la
Mr. and Mr. W. A. Hoe, of Saa Vlaa,
tr. realater at lha Hatoa.
U Zoia. of Yamhl I. and Mra. Zalaa
aro rltra4 at tho he ward.
Mr. and Mra. I. IL Burfcola. of Btaa
field, fl rr mrm at tha NortoSla.
Mr. and Mra William Wo4. of
O jib'T. Ot are at th Coraallua.
Wlttiata rVale asd family, ef Cea
tralia. W ark., aro at tho CoraaMua.
K. A. imith. atbletlo director Cb
ajarrt r. enr or tkkctv rx-
TIJt:aT MIMTAMV xrt.
.. --(: J - 4
ii ,. -A
l Caart Karbaaoad. aa Jeba Bar.
Military rr.en of tha Oroa
National Guard and tha United J
J titateai Army :a'lonrd at Van- a
p couvor. Wut, bare evinced par.
tirular Intaraat in T!-a Hattie
Cry of I'race.- tho plctururd
aermoa of prepared neaa aa tho
lcirai praaenttTo of war. at tho :
J llrllia: Theater. Wedneaday Dlsbt J
AdJutaat'Oeneral White and th a
viaitioa o'flrrra from varloua
parte of Oracoa witueaaad tha
Charlaa Rirbmond la tha atar
and the educational value of th
flm ta I la creatcat claim to roc
J oc-niiioa. Tho military weak,
a bwt'i of the t'nited state aro
forced to the attention through
lludaon Maxltn'a plcturtaed lee
lara The Impraaaloa becomes
J more terrible when th bombard.
S Riant of New Tork by lv"''lP
an4 aeroplaaa aro depu ted.
mawa Indian TralnlBa School, la at the
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Warkul. ef Van
touttr. 11. t . aro at tao .orton:a.
Mr. and Mr. J. A. Merrlman. of Fu
aren. aro realatared at th Imperial.
Mr. and Mra M. J. Keith, of "no.
kaea. aro rcclatared at th Coroallua.
Mrs. fx Mit'aa and Miaa Maraere
Mil, of Xaiana. are at tbe Muitaomab,
ravld C tvclaa. promlocnt uar
manufacturer of 0(un. ta at tbo fort
t. K. Aray. ef Fpohan. ImmlaTra
lion acent fr tho Northara 1'aclfic
Katlroad. la at the Portland.
riilCAGO. Dac. . (5pacial.) Tho
foliewiBB from Ore on ara rearlatered
at CMraao hoiala: from Cortland, at
the La.a.le. Mr. and Mra. IU D. titose;
from Koaeburs. at lha ConjreJ. II. li.
UNNTON MIXUP WORSE
POtUltaRU PkOJIlCT t APT TO
cost l-OHTtAMi a,eoa.
Latewl eaplicalVaa to la af tie
of rr party W llbaal Peearlaa
Klablf-W mr Croaa.
EtUl more come litat lop were added
yeaterdar to the tangle of affaire con
nct4 with th conelruction by th
old IjBBlon Oty Council of tho LJnntnn
fkylino Boulevard, which project lauer
la n tho band of Ibo Council of Port
land for maklnc aaaaaamcnta and pay'
mania of bill.
It developed yaat.rday at a Dioetlng
at whKh remenatrancee againat aeaeaa
menta wero heard that part of the
boulevard waa corwMrurte4 ecroee the
property ef Mra. A. M. K. Mann without
aay mbl-of-war over hatina bora ea
cura4. It developed ateo that in tb
ce of Mr. JoaaMa liirerh lha aaaeaa
ment propae4 la tti.eol. while the
a.aaaaed aalua of her property la only
A epejctat maetinar waa sat for Tues
day. January II. at which tha boule
vard will b OTI. lallr accepted.
Tha uao of the riaht-of-way acroas
Mra Maon'a prrparty la a complication
In tha prwe4inaf whl-h miv cauaa
I'ortlaoi to loao even more money on
the whole project than had been 11
As tbo proposition stand now. 1
taw.jlt u farm the city. Th original
eatimat for th Improvement waa
li:.e and tha final coat Illl.K. In
aamorlt aa lha courts have ruled that
ouly a reaaonahta amount may be
aeaeeeed Ira addition to tha original ea.
Urrvete. tb cut la figured to toe close
ta W. The city already haa ac
knoa ial) reaponaibllity for payment
of aaveral tbouaand dollar.
T1IK ORKGOMAN ANNUAL
IN PINK WIl.rrER.S.
Th) Oroconuan Annual will b
on at SatanJajr Tnornipp;, Jn
usry 1. Cnpie desired for mail.
Ire will li rolled In neat pink
wrppr, with rary p.t
ao. Supplied of The Annual
wi'.l b availabte at variou
prominent alrect comers, as well
a at Tha Orrfor.ian office,
where B'k!rres may t left.
Copic all reati for mailir.aT
f nt anjnshrre in the United
States and ita poesiona. Can.
r!a and Mexico for 10 renU.
Tha price) for single copies ur
atarspod U & cenU each. Ha
are to tend copies of The An
nual. Oregon's KTeatest aJccr.L
Ins medium, .0 your friends ia
other statea. Look for tha
BOY THIEVES JAILED
Mystery of Numerous Store
MOVIE HOLDUP IMITATED
Amateur Detective Work of Young
Vk-tlni La-ad to A r rest of "lligh
watman' and abequml
Ca Blare of Two Others.
John Coatello, 13-ysar-old "bad man."
aaw a movie picture holdup worked
without a run. Tho blcbwaymao pre.
tended to bav tn gun In bis coat
pocket, and throat his band forward
under hie coat. Youac Coalello. alia
"Bill" McCarthy, regarded himself ac
complished alone; tbeae lines, and he
tried It Wedneaday Bight on Alexander
Marthsller. age4 II. of T4T Mlsalsalppl
avenue, and Tony Alpboaao, aged It.
of tb Peninsula tlchool.
It worked fin. Tony care through
with 19 rents and "lbs otber with t
cent. Both pair of bands went up at
Pat Alexander Is a U-ytar-old da
tecttve ef no mean ability. Aa a mat
ter of fact, ho had ti e In bla pocket.
but cava up Just enough to eatiafy
Thia mornlnc ha found his man. fol
lowed him to tho Casino Theater, called
Patrolmen Mallon and Wade, and the
Arrest Leada t Otber. '
Put right her tb real story began.
Th liylaod Pharmacy. 1000 Lnlon
a vacua, waa recently broken Into and
It la change and aotno goods taken. It
waa one of a airing of robberlea dor.
tor tha past faw weaka In that locality.
With lha burglars of these atorea waa
John Costello, Juvenile bad man, plan.
nine another burglary , for last night.
Through thia combination Jake Khan,
IS, ail Constance atraat. and Henry
Jensen. It. Its Monro street, fall Into
tbe bands of tbo detectivea and police
tbia morning and confesaad to tha rob
berlea cf son 1 alores during lb past
fa ar week.
Among these wero the J- A. Carnahan
Grocery, tlighth and Alberta street:
W. C. Church drug store, lnlon and
Broad way; Dover grocery alore. Union
avenue: a meat market and a grocery
store at L'nioa avanuo and Pan Itafael
treats, and a meat market at William
avenue and Uoing street.
Jensen says be robbed. a residence at
tha corner of Knott and Commercial
streets soma year or more ago. obtained
soma jewelry and waa caught dispos
ing ef IL lie served a terra In tha de
tention home and made a resolution to
cut bouse burglary out of his Una
Costello refused to divulge the name
of tha alore located by tb otber two
for lat nlshfa robbery. "They aaid
they bad lota of place they could get
Into, be said.
CHAMBER WILL ENTERTAIN
Vancouver flan a to Do Hoat to 1000
at Open House.
VANCOUVER. Wash.. Tc SO. (Spe
cial.)- Everything la In readiness for
the blc welcome and open house to bo
held by the new Chamber of Commerce
of Vancouver In Its clubrooms New
Year'a day from S until t o'clock. It Is
e 1 peeled that at least 100 will call at
A musical programme has bean ar
ranged by tha Chamber of Commerce
orchestra. Jamas P. Clancy, Robert Fl
Brady. Otto P. Zumater and Charlea A.
Hanson, Light refreshments will be
served. Mix committees of women
bav been appointed to srv on hour
earh. They aro:
from 3 to Mra. Cordon Pluart. Mrs.
W. H. allll.r and Mra. A. J. rook
rrem 4 la a Mr, tf. J. Via Noel rand.
Mra rrark XIarebail and Mra. lieorae B.
I r.in S fo e Mr. M. 7. Coovarl. Mrs.
Loula kim and Vra. neorce B. Thomae.
rrrs a to aire. Hojd A. , M re.
II. Ifausner and Mr. I K. MrfalL
rreta T la a Mra. Clrm.nl arntt. Mr.
Oll'-r M. tltd-len and M-a. r r. ouoen.
r mm a to e Mr, a w. Tnoinpeon. Mrs.
Chaster 1. Tur .y and Mra I'ala Taibou
VANCOUVER GETS FACTORY
Building I .cased to Jtuddlck Novelty
Company for Making l urnlturr.
. -r-r i...w r . en (Bus.
rtaL J. K Huddlck haa signed a iaaae
for tb Vlocum PUIlrJing. at 1 niru ana
Main atreets in tbla city, whlrb will
be uaed by th Ituudirk Novelty Com
any in making; lurnnur. t nm nun
ure la maoa of tre"n fir. three-ply
board being used. The product ha
en marketed for two years, adoui
li men will bo employed at the atari
but tho number will b increased from
An active campaign tor ine aaie 01
the furniture throughout th United
tales will be put on.
MURDER VICTIM BURIED
funeral Service- Held for John
Kramer at Vancouver.
VANCOCVKM. Wuh, Dec. JO. (fpe
aL Funeral aervlcea for John
ramor. . who waa killed by Charle
Anton Meyer, near lila home at Itaxei-
dell. Chrllma night, were held from
ffl. James v.ainouc v-imnn mia ioi
Ir.g al o'clock. Itev. John Bween
officiating". Interment waa In th
Mr. Kramer attended mass Christina
ivrnirv anq mn. mw. n.....
MILLIONS USE IT
TO STOP A COLD
Pape Cold Compound" Ends
Severe Colds or Grippe in
Kellcf comes Inatantly.
A d" taken every to hours until
hree doee are taken will and grippe
rrlaery ana oreaa up a aavere coio I
iiher la the aeau, encst. oooy or
11 oromoUy opena clogged-up noa
tril and air pasaagea In the head, etope
nasty Uiacbarge or noaa running, re
ave lira oaaqarne. ouiinesa. lever-
lahneaa aore throat, aceesmg. sore
neaa and atlftneaa
Doa t etay atuiiau-up: uun oiowing
nd anuifling: Lua your throbbing
.-j vatniiir alaa la tha world alvea
a prompt reiiet aa 'I'ape cold!
Compound, wnira coeie oaiy -a cants
t any drug store, it acta witnoui as-
stanca taetaa Bice, caueea no incon
enlcnce Be aura you gee. me gaou-
Start the New Year RIGHT Save Z&C Green Trading Stamps We Give Them FREE!
Trading Stamps Pay You a Dividend on Every Dime You Spend Think This Over.
Tea Room f
A quiet, restful place
to din with 70 or
friends. All food pre
pared under rigid san
Olds9Wortman & King
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
Pacific Phone Marshall 4800
Home Phone A 6231
Public tele phones,
ooin8, etc., at
your disposal. A good
place to meet your
Final Wind-up of Great 5-Day Sale
Remarkable Bargain Offerings for Friday!
Reduced Prices on Men's & Boys' Clothing
Famous Makes in Suits, Overcoats and Raincoats
Men a Store, Main Floor Step out New Year's morning in an OWK Suit or Overcoat! This sale presents an oppor
tunity to buy the season's smartest models at extremely low prices. Carefully selected fabrics cheviots, home
spuns, tweeds, cassimeres, etc., in distinctive patterns and colors. Every garment strictly hand-tailored throughout.
Boys $6.50 Norfolk Suits at $2.98
Good Range Sizes
Main Floor Boys' fancy Norfolk Suits in at
tractive models, with stitched belt and patch
pockets. Splendid woolen fabrics and hand
some patterns in fancy cheviots, tweeds and
homespuns. Pants full lined. Excellent suits
for school wear. Models ?0 Qfi
worth up to 6.50 now .W-a70
Men's $15.00 Suits, Sale Price $11.85
Men's $20.00 Suits, Sale Price $14.85
Men's $23.00 Su'ts, Sale Price $18.75
Men's $30.00 Suits, Sale Price $22.50
Men's $33.00 Suits, Sale Price $26.25
Men's $15.00 Overcoats, Now $11.85
Men's $20.00 Overcoats, Now 914.85
Men'g $25.00 Overcoats, Now $18.75
This Bale includes Raincoats and all
Overcoats excepting dress models.
Men's Bath Robes
Main Floor Decisive price reductions on
Men's Bath Robes to close out all odd lines.
Men's $ 5.00 Bath Robes, Now for $3.75
Men's $ 6.50 Bath Robes, Now for $4.75
Men's 9 7.50 Bath Robes, Now for $5.00
Men's $ 8.50 Bath Robes, Now for $0.35
Men's $10.00 Bath Robes, Now for $0.05
Boys' $12.50 Suits
Main Floor This lot is made up of
special lines from our regular stock.
Best of materials and first-class
workmanship throughout. Stitched
belt Norfolks, full-lined pants. Suits
worth up to $12.50. On gyg flD
special sale today at VaaO
Grocery Department, Fourth Floor
Friday will be the last day to
take advantage of this offer.
Swift's Premium Hams, weighing
8 to 11 pounds each. On Q f
special sale at, the pound W X
2 Lbs. 68c
Grocery Department, Fourth Floor
Glenwood Creamery Butter al
ways uniform in quality. iZQf
Priced special, 2 pounds "O""
O. W. K. Canned Fruits
$2 Doz. Cans
Highest grade fruit Peaches,
Apricots and Pears packed ex
pressly for this store. Priced at
20c a can or by the dozen cans, $2.
4 Price Sale
Department, Second Floor Dis
continued models in Gossard,
Bien Jolie Custom -Made, Gre
cian Treco and Bon Ton Cor
sets in various styles to be sold
at just ONE-HALF PRICE.
$ 5JD0 Corsets at $2JS0
$ 6JS0 Corsets at $325
$ 7 JO Corsets at $3J5
$ 8J00 Corsets at $41)0
$ 8JS0 Corsets at $425
$10M Corsets at $5J00
$12M0 Corsets at $6S)6
$15J00 Corsets at $730
Women's $1.50 Silk Hose $1.00
$1.50 Kid Gloves 95c
Main Floor Broken lines Women's
Silk Hose well-known makes, in
cluding "Kayser" in tan and colors.
Many novelty effects. J f flf
$1.25, $1.50 Hose at Xa 11
Main Floor Special lines Women's
Kid Gloves, broken sizes but all
wanted sizes in the assortment.
Gloves of $1.25 and $1.50 Q CZg
grades, special, the pair at-' -
Women's $3 Underwear Special $1.45
Main Floor Closing out special lines Dr. Diemel's Linen-Mesh Under
wear for women at less than half the usual selling price. Women who
have worn this make will appreciate this offer. Quality T i CZ
usually selling at $3.00 a garment priced for quick selling P"'
Drugs and Toilet Needs
Standard Lines at Special Low Prices for
Friday's Selling. Bring This List With You!
25c Peroxide, 1-lb. sizes, 19
25c Castor Oil priced at !
25c bottle Witch Hazel at 18?
$1 bottle Listerine, special. 59
J1.50 Antiphlogistine at $1.00
60c bottle Bay Rum now 35t
50c Lavoria Mouth Wash at 40i
35c Fletcher's Castoria for 2 If?
30c Glycerine priced now at 20
23c bottle Boric Acid now 18
50c Borden's Malted Milk 40
It Borden's Malted Milk at K0
J3.9S size Borden's Malted Milk
priced special today at $2.08
75c Murray & Lehman's Toilet
Water priced at, the ounce. 59f
$1.40 lledden's Toilet Water
priced special today at only 08
29c Absorbent Cotton, 1 lb 21f
J Ca IT r rvrt i t ? fTI Toilet Paper 1500
Sheets to the roll, doz. rolls $1
5 bars Ivory Soap and J Of
1 Bar Lurline Soap for -No
deliveries of Soap except
with other purchases made in
the drug department. We re
serve the right to limit quan
tity of any of the following
articles to be sold to a customer.
Pears' Unscented Soap at 15
10c Columbia Glycerine Soap 5J
25c Cuticura Soap priced at lot
10c Physicians and Surgeons'
Soap priced special , cake, 7f
25c Domestic Castile Soap in
two-pound bars, priced at lOfi
35c R. & G. Toilet Soap at 25
25c Packers' Tar Soap now 15c
15c Armour's Transparosia
Toilet Soap on sale, cake, lOtf
10c Armour's Bath Soap at
10c Armour's Stork Castile 7
50c Bath Sponges now at 35
50c Hind's Honey and Almond
Cream priced special at 28 f
50c D. as R. Face Cream at 37t
75c Pompeian Toilet Cream 4if
50c Ricksecker's Face Crm. 20f
25c Williams' Toilet Cream 16t?
50c Theatrical Cold Cream 39c
50c Java Rice Powder now 33f
50c La Blache Powder at 35
50c Dora Toilet Powder at 300
50c Rubber Gloves at, pair 39
8c Face Sponges, special 50
12c Face Sponges, special 100
Odd Lines White Ivory Goods V2 Price
Drug Department. First Floor-A good opportunity to complete
thVt ivory set! Odds and ends in Ivory brushes, manicure articles
m?rors. jewel boxes, picture fr.mei . powder boxes, glove and
handkerchief boxes cream x0hrN 14 PnCe
cles left from the holiday sales CHOICE NOW ZZ
SAMPLE LINES OF
Reduced Vs to l2
Center Circle, First Floor Sample lines and odd pieces Women's
Novelty Neckwear priced for quick disposal. In the assortment are
dainty vestees, collars and guimpes; also a number of odd sets (collar
and cuffs). The prices range 35c, 63c, 75c, $1.00 up to $2.00. WHILE
THEY LAST CHOICE AT ONE-THIRD TO ONE-HALF OFF.
Women's $1.00 Fancy Scarfs at 50c
Center Circle, First Floor Odd Scarfs of various kinds, some of silk
crepe de chine: others in knitted styles for skating and sports wear.
Good assortment of colors. SEE THESE AT ONCE! LOT 1 $1.00
Scarfs now 500, LOT 2 $2.25 Scarfs now for low price of $1.25
Sale of Girls'
Second Floor Girls' Tailored Suits
in latest shoe-top lengths. Several
beautiful models in this group.
Made from extra quality serges
and fancy mixtures. Intermediate
sizes. Suits priced CCS fid
heretofore to $14.50 PS.W
Girls' Winter Coats
Second Floor Smart styles in full
flare and belted effects. Cheviots,
zibelines and mixtures. Sizes for
girls 6 to 14. $8,501- fff
to $17.50 Coats now at - Vil
$4 Bath Robes $1.98
Second Floor Girls' Robes, made
from famous "Beacon" robing flan
nels. Slightly soiled. Ages 10, 12
and 14. Bath Robes Cl QC
worth to $4. Choice P
ALWAYS ASK FOR YOUR S. & IL GREEN TRADING STAMPS.
Trunks & Bags
Fourth Floor Students going
back to college and others planning
on trips will do well to supply their
going-away needs at this sale.
$16.00 Fitted Bags now $12.00
$20.00 Fitted Bags now $17.00
$27.00 Fitted Bags now $18.00
$28.00 Fitted Bags now $10.00
$35.00 Fitted Bags now $22.50
These are shown in 16-inch size
for women. Shown in black leather.
Third Floor Profit by these low
Jrices and buy that Rug you need
for bedroom, dining-room, living
room. Beautiful colorings.
$6.75 reversible Art AGft
Rug. size 9x9 feet, for
$8.00 reversible Art g A g
Rug. sire 9x10 feet, at
$9.00 reversible An hT'V fw
Rug, size 9x12 feet, l 1"
ioao reversible Art CB CI
Rug. siza 9x9 feet, at ?-
$33.00 Wilton Rugs, C99 KfJ
size 8:5x12, special V " v
$45.00 Wilton Rugs,
size 8:5x10:10, now
137.50 Wilton Russ, COO 7
sue 9:4x11. special P"3 -
SvlendidSavings "women's & Shoes!
S. & H. Green Trading Stamps Given With Purchases
Don't Foreet to Get Yours They're Free for the Asking
Women's $4.00 Shoes at $2.95
Women's $6 Shoes $4.85
Main Fir. Women's Shoes
of fine trrade soft vici kid
stock. Neat lasts, comfort- 1
able and easy on the feet.
Button styles with flexible
extension soles, military
or common-sense heels,
cloth tops. Shoes such
as usually sell at $4.00 on
Main Floor Smart new
Footwear in great many at
tractive styles in patent,
gunmetal calf or soap kid.
Button or lace styles with
cloth or matte kid tops
and all-style heels and
toes. New Gipsy Button
Boot with white piping
the pair i fifiZ
today only C0J
sale today C9 QC
at. a pair PeWaJa
Men's $4.50 Shoes, Button or Lace, $3.45 Pair
Shoe Department. Main Floor-Men's Shoes of splendid quality dull calf stock. Made cm easy full-toe
last for comfort as well as service. Half double-soles. ABk for "Lucky Strike" last. $4.50 grade $ J.48