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THE MORNIXO OREGOXIAN. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 191C.
UOU.NDLO ALLIES AT HEU0P0LI3 OCCUPY SKATING RINK CONVERTED INTO HOSPITAL.
Store Opens ffi Stp l0SeS
ato.30A.M. WiJMBmfM at5:p-M-
Saturdays wW4 Saturdays
at 9 A.M. S.QS at 6 P.M.
Phone: - Phone:
Marshall 50S0 The Most in Value, the Best in Quality A 2112
Witness in Hearing Suggests
That Charles S. Mellca
V . Be Asked to Testify.
A' ' U- J--j
.IV.. - T I
LETTER READ PRIVATELY
I'shli. tvrr Alo t'rtfk-ls Coarse)
of .Nominee In Insaraacw Case-.
Kiamlnfr Ivor. Mo Arrrc
V Will. Mr. Thorn.
r" n. p-ibl :.-. r of IB W: Firr't Jour
l in (irnwa N.w Hureau. was ni.
, lionet to.ftr by the Senate cmmiil
iLeta-Ating- in nomination of 1-oul
t'. Kraai.ia I tb juprrn Court
f.-. P-irraa was ak'l first about an
4-.ril h rol atitle.1 'An t'ndt
pifttmtfl'. d'alina with ra.e In
whi.-b Mr. irand-l had b tounoL
Mr. lUrron wail that it'll bi nw.
p.p.-. -Uubii at" attack m-i by
r. brB4-i on th tntrii Main
l in w Hevn ItaCroad.. Mr.
:.-nl is warned bin la b careful
wh.t ho i-i tbool htm.
W Hon Ih, rnmniltlf. aked f -T th.
bt of Mr. liarron editorial attAc.
w.nE.d ! mtrodac a lllr. Ttto
?4n'or. with I So ev-eptlon of 5eaa
lor WaUa. r4 It without placing It CO
avw!- Slier) A.irr.
Aft.r rj:ar th H"on letter prl
atlr J-n.i.r Clark said bo sew ta II
n ! ? tharg. of inirupt.ty on th
part of Mr. Il.-an.iei..
Mr. trroa w. tb.a ah.l la nam
oritr wfto intent b lotr.ts4 pr
aaally in ca. If r4 fftrl
which s4nator Waiah said lb
cummittooa had :rxjr b.ard of.
TSfn in. commute )u trad fho
a. prlvat.tyr" iu(lil Mr. Harron.
ri"Jor WUh' mix arousrd
v th reply and b told th witness
bis statem.nt i entirety unwsr
' raat.d. Mr. lUrron further susoted
tn cnmmitlM hii.t la h.)aila
- bl t.tf Assurance cam.
"Tftat w ta c in which Mr.
tlrami.i. wat out an4 organised h
ircc.4tie poUcThoM.r romrr llt..."
4 Mr. Barron. "and laior appar4 a
altera, for tb Insuranc company
Mr. lurroa abcnict.4 aa rcr-xt
from l4Eimonr la tio rcnt Covrrn.
tn.nl u:t acainst WHll.m ltv-k.fllr
. at a dirrtor of tnt .Nr lla..n.
)!'. rrn.!i in 1314 wa c((4 lo
lt l-i wr. Ih. Nar lltin
rijilroad." ji4 lUrron. i lkoutM
fcarlr f. M'I!n duM b aM la
io lmwrt.nl lM!lmoi.
hxi.t'rt livil-: I ih-y tnicht corn
inuto wif) Mr. Mill's.
ono of Mr. Uarroa rltnr til
ac.--otJ tcciuM It aa bat lirl-kan4
Thomao C ?pt:tnr. rf Nr Tork. a t -lornav
for tho iht lirrrV lacu.
remplata.4 tal Mr. Kran4t a altor.
for tbr l.atra ohttp.ra djric
tho 1)1 a4aao rata cu. fail.4 l
tto .(inc wltbj tha Intprva-
afita dffM or4 br th waU4
kam.a of proof tn.tdxol ta tb.
caastaorca atu if Uw.
raaaWta raattlsa) tVrfra4.
Jama Carmatt. rhl.r m!nT
f tU tat.ralal Coratnorva I'ommla-i'-o.
to.iar iH.;;n4 tbo 4.ctarattoa
of i"i!Tir4 tnora. rhairmaa of lb
I ltAi:ro4 t'ommioioB, that Mr.
UraaJna b4 cancoat4 from blm lb
tlitudo b wotiI4 tako let ar-ilB th.
f aatara froibt rata caa b'fora tb.
"Tb.ro L oao larl.i.al Drmlr 8 1.4
! P-T tuinO." ai4 Mr. Carr-it. "ro
t.rd.s a mnufMiion n Mr.
Trtorna b4 aricit mo a tbo -on4 ar
of tb n-im.! q tbo rat rti. Mr.
Ttorna a4 mo whAt Mr. Uraojci.
t"..:.o oui4 ba In tba arcumoat.
T.ro u (. dou&t in rnr min-4 what
Mr. lirind..' pooition ou!4 bo. Tb.ro
r.rtaicly waa supooiUea: la conraal
u from Mr Triors. I la mnadnt
taf t tol.J Mr. Tboro that Mr
raai'ia w.jli tab tb position that
' bl epralinf Incom of tb car.
r'r pot ti4tt, with ipru
fr.a as tb t ctl-l r.if M Ao-
riatloa t.rrUorT. "urth.r. I aall h
'ill tab th pom 1 1 to a thai tb
tntbo4) parn4 tf corrt.ra to obtain
r.atar riaui tareucn horlaaatal
par cat lrirraa would, not b tba
V rn?r on.
" . r Mr. Pran4i" arlll'i J
voi.4 t tb dr.tr of th rallroa1r
ak4 oxeator Clarh.
Tt r-:r4. I thiaa. abowa tat
tr wr .mplo-v.4 ta t.tup tb
th a a" tb ftlr5r".
"Wb ji lol4 Mr. Thorn ef h
enclualna Mr. Hrn4l ba4 r.ach.4."
aak4 nur (Xukr, -414 b atpr.aa
: i t; it .fit? . i if .,X - -t 'i '
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Photo by Underwood.
KKXK 1 JiLLIlIS HOSPITAL.
Tb Imm.na koapltal fcalldlna; la tba ancient cltr of Hllpoll. Kfypt. whrre thoe who were wounded In the
Ca.-1 1 poll f Khllnr aa boinar car4 for. Tba bul. filer, locatad In "Una Park." waa formerly ied aa a akatlnK
.t.k. ir.ii.vu. ni. 1 h. ainM )i4 -im" Kv i h. ancient tffTDllana. ia one of the most ancient of the
I rrpUan rliiea. A lr aertlon f th Kvyptiaa rlilou literature waa due to the priests of Heliopolis and
tb.tr doctrines wre widely dlaaemlnated throuchout tbe country at a very rarly period.
E-2 GASE IS ARGUED
Explosion Laid to Edison De
vice by Officer's Counsel.
I turn to flames, lie beard a. loud ex
rlosioD while rasblnc alone toe corn
dor toward tb members.
Mr. rrln,cle told on of th witnesses
that Information had been rerelred
that an Ohio criminal who had been
sentenced to th penitentiary for In
rendlarlam had confe.aed that fires bad
been set In th L nlt4 Male by the
pouring of a chemical over paper.
DANGER LONG SUSPECTED
l of In.lrorucnt to Iclcct Gas
In Submarine Ilattcry tXvUrcd
pmsl by Manofactarcr.
'omivany Icnlcs Mlatnc.
2J77.378 PRUSSIANS LOST
aalur f Other Ormas Males
o4 laclaJctl la Lll.
1-NIV. ra. I Tb Am.trr4.ra
f o .raat jt tbat th I'riua as raa
:'r !st.a iiimt.r : to ; show
T l.j; daf. woaa44 ar4 miit'nf. and
I rtMlaa l .ts mnxn : to iJ show
I Jl d.od. wua4.4 an 4 muaiac
Tb total rniMias Iowa ara com-
t it. 4 tr tsu w.tapr as
TU il(maa military lo. lo-tud
ati. Zii lists of rjuatet of Wttrt
i'mi)rr .r--.. :i; lia.artaa li.t. ;(
toa Lit. a sy list, and som li.ts
roararainf trrm..a o-ffr aa-l raa
ronmiaauin.'! eSlcara la th. Turktab
r..;. accordtaaT ta th Co riant.
GALE OU COAST SUBSIDES
o Issm! llrportrd I'roaa nrrral
TinfV. fT &. Is .rciat
ft soatast 1 wbira strrk Ibis
'rttion 7tt.ri4f afternaam aakfe4 t
t 1 .out.) j-ia tb i"i a I tb !::4
ttin..l bi rate. To4ay lb !
4.f tf. bat IJrt.r w.r fra.nt
iiii: wb.Sj tb rata cam 4wa la
fAt as rort4 a damace ru:tl
eitbar t asupiac or asbor.
Toledo Jccko IJcallflcaltoo of Ian-
T"tjrnr rr. r. .p(at
1 -i.Mr(t f ii Kwtr of a maa
r j 4n4 ir-.f la aa I ! Bar s'ack at
t; josa T. fortr farm r wprt
la.t ;uriT ar fcalaaT 4:play4 ta
ti bos taat Kao m:bl off.r
..nt.fil!o". If 14 rtis!a ar to
w ' an i I (.'( aam4 Mack. It Is
r-op4 ta wteb-at f lt Jas;H-t-r.
ft. a4 I ta. k about caa b
lual ft tMil las dautv
?. en of whom ta upp4 tF Itv
n.ar !:. Aft.r ta ptarp
w.r t.ki 1 oroo.r to.I!trtb
ta'iel tie oJy kra.
ta rxMi la.
. r m 3 "P t '. .rwa Q-Uftt
NEW tOI'.K. KX 1. ncsponsibllity
for th eiptosloa oa th submarine E-!
at tb New Tork Nay-ard. which re-a-4tt.4
la fl deaths, was placed on
tb lull. on l-toraj Pattery Corcpsny
by U.atrnanl f. W. NiinitJ. counsel
for IJenl.nant Charles M. Cook, com
mander of th set. who summed up
li Tldrnr in th r vee toJay be.'ore
t naial court of Ir.i'jlry.
tomnaandr W. It. Mtirann. I. I. A.,
retired.. who baa rpresnt4 tb Edl-
soa Intereals. dcc!ar4 on tb contrary
tbt they could not c at fault.
Ueutenant Mmlls rontemJed th
storac battery, from which II has been
rrt'4 hdroB ss was e-aplnei
prior lo t eaplosion. as lotalle4
absolutely la a.cord.nte with th dl
rections of Its ir.enutaclurr r. as a as
Its sentllatlon srsletn. II artd
that the ln.trurl.oua for the car and
operatloa of tb battery w.r lt.com-
p.rte In recard to eatiiauon.
lieutenant Cook, a counsel said th
submarine commander bad discovered
tba existence of "tow cell." which, be
cam rvr4 on lone dcbarces of
lb batteries. II sousrt'.t aJo to ob.
taia a hydroeen delactlnc 4vlr to
war himself of danc.rous accumula
lions of r. but Don wa suppUsd
him. II attempted also to obtain aa
Instrument which would enaal blm to
set Individual cell vollac readings.
but after th 4. vie waa aatlortsd
by th bureau of team nclnerinir It
wa held UP by cbJecUone from the
litsoa company. It waa sajd.
It waa asrtd that lb first srli
f tts f lb u-3 w a roaldr4 an
attafartory by tb c.4lou company
and tat tbraflr th ubmarln bat-,
try was placed at th dleposai of Its
manufacturer that It tnicht b lm-
prov.4. Tb dischars; of th storac
tatl.rr ta srt voltss en th day of
tie -eMnt. IJutenant Nlmlts said.
a at lie etpress drslra of th Edi
la e'o!nc. b contended that the
conduct of the submarine's commajidsr
and crew prior to th accljrnt was
"eteeptionally commsndabl"" keaus
they m4 every effort to familiarise
t.m..ta with th new battery and
safesjuar4 aaairtet accident.
FIRE CLEW INTIMATEO
tr. or MiTt:mor rnr.MicE at
itt t t srr.rrrrt.
PEACE MISSIONARY HOME
P. I- rni.M-11. or California, Says
lord i:rcUltlon Was Saccciu-fal.
VX1VKIU-ITT CK CAUKOr.XIA.
Berkeley, tab. 10. (Special.) P. U
Eua.elU tb California senior, wbo rep
resented this university oa the Ford
peace party, baa returned from bis
two and a half months trip and says
be le (lad to b back.
"Th expedition accomplished rry
thlnc that II set out to do. Mr. Kord
undoubte4!y mad a raah statement
when h said: 'W aim 10 set ths hoys
out of th trenches by Christmas. Hut
lb party simply hoped to establish a
neutral board of experts which rnlstit
uif.( means of obtalnlnc peace.
Such a board Is now altuns; la (Stock
"Th Internal ruptures of the parly
ar nearly all mere dreams of th ii
reporters who accompanl.d us. Onjy
ono man o'flcally left th company.
"Th closest w cams to actual
flthllns- w when w stopped on
atsrht on our way throush oermany
and aw a train of wounded being
taken from th front."
PLOTS IHVOLVE 33
Indictments Against Consuls
OTHER CHARGES HELD UP
1I4 nllrk tsarata lata tlaas After
taeiaa tar4 a sWIIv4
I a4 af rarllaaaeet II.
OTTAWA. Ont . rb. t. Intimation
ttat a rhomlcal thrown oa paper la
ta read.ac-roora of th Fsrliam.nl
buttdincs may bar caused th fir
that partly datrey4 tb buUdincs.
wita a lo.a f .a live, w.r ma4
today at lb opr.tn7 f an Invsatlca
t'.ea eondac'sj by Oovsmmrit Commis
s.'eficr McTsvl.a an I-TlnaTl.
Mr. PTlnsI dc:ar4 that It waa eat.
sr. I t ui-ct aa nmy baad. M.
sail they haw of sura f'.rs In th
-country to tb south" and bad la
formatioa of on raa w h.r a p
ctal:y frrr4 t:qul4 was thrown oa
parlors and buret Into f ame later.
rank t.laaa. M. P. for rtouta iValr
Joo. s.l4 b waa la lb r4lnc-Tam
the al;ht of the f.r. II felt a wav
of bet an4 notlc.4 imokt coralnc
from a pll of ppre.
CornBilseioner Irlnl. t arerlaln
whether rh.mlca.e bad be. a u4 In
startlnsr th fir, aak.d .ri ques
tion atal th color of th smoke.
Tb witnra rr,.fl't.l 11.1 tb mok
sevntei to be briat tad and suddenly
BRITONS FINANCE FRANCE
Payment tor Purt-liaaee ArranRcd
by Two Govcrnmrnls.
TARIS. Feb. Is Minister of Finance
Hlhot told his colleagues In the Cabinet
council to4ay that as a result of his
visit to London with th governor of
th Hank of Franca, from which they
returned laet nlKht. tha llank of Km
land would lend assistance to th Hank
of Franc to facllltat commercial
credit In Knitland.
Arranrfemenis had been mad, he
said, between tha two srovernraents for
payment for purchases mad by the
French rovemment In th I'nlted States
and Urcat Britain.
NEW ORDINANCE PROPOSED
Klamath I'alla Council lo Tas on
lraar rapportlnj- pry Ijtm.
KL.VMATII FAUI. Or.. Feh. 1.
(SpecULV An ordinance lias been In
troduced which Is Intended to supple
ment th stat prohibition law.
It would empower tb city official
to enforce th state law. and also con
tains a fw added provisions. Kom
members of th Council objected to the
law la that It "saddled upon the city
authorities Ihe duty and cost that
should t born by th county. Th
orotnanc was laid over until th next
sUa lAMata Oversubscribed.
BERXK. Kwltserland.. via Paris. Feb.
Th ajovernmrr.t announces thst
th nw war loan of loo.Ouo.OOO francs,
bearlnr IS per cent Interest, has been
ver.u n.rrioen PV :J.9 vvv tmnm.
cheapest and beet
fuel oa th market:
three .ton lots. IT
per ton delivered.
V. Ill ftedave Tear Coal Kill Oae-Half. ,
PACIFIC COAST COAL CO.
tU WAIHlMiTOJI T.
Mala S9. A I-sa.
Clerical I'orc of I'cnlcral Profsecu-
tor'a Offico Vnablo to Tran
scribe Additional Indict
ments Iocldcd On.
SAX FJtANCISCO, Feb. 10. Indict
ments against 13 persons. Including:
German consular officers. alleged
accents, shipping- men and crews were
returned today by the I'nlted States
trrand Jury In th alleged German bomb
plot and shipping plot eases.
Krsnx Bo pp. Consul-General for Ger
many; Baron E. II. von Kehack. Vice
Consul: Birron George Wilhelm von
Brlncken, and I other Individuals and
Qrms were accused. Two Indictments
were found eigalnst Von Scback.
Mr. Bopp. Baron von Srhack and
Baron von Brlncken were Indicted on
a general charge of conspiring to set
on foot, provide and maintain a mili
tary expedition against Canada from
within tha borders of the United States.
Associated with them In the Indict
ments were Charles C. Crowley, a de
tective employed by the consulate; Mrs.
Margaret w. Cornell. Crowley's agent,
and Johannes Ilenrykus Van Koolber
gen. an alleged German agent reported
held In a Canadian prison.
Eouls J. Smith, a witness for the
Government, whs named as acting with
the alleged conspirators In their plans.
No Indictment was returned against
Other Indictments against all except
Smith were voted by tbe grand Jury
charging a conspiracy to Interfere with
and destroy commerce, under the Sher
man anti-trust act. These Indictments.
It was reported today, were not ready
because the clerical force had been
unable to transcribe them. They prob
ably will be presented Mondsv.
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all drucsrists.
TO REGAIN HEALTH
CLEANSE THE BLOOD
When your blood Is Impure, weak, j
thin and debilitated, you cannot pos
sibly enjoy good health. Tour system
become receptive of any or ail dlssasas
and germs ar likely to lodge In some
part of tbe body.
Put your blood ia good condition.
and do so at one.
Hood's SaraparUla acta directly and
peculiarly on th blood; It purifies, to
rich and ravltallaea It and builds up
U wbol eystam.
Hood's Sarsaparllla Is not a cure-all.
It Is th beat blood medicine on tb
market. It baa stood tb test of forty
years and la used ail over the world.
0t It and begin treatment today. It
will help you. Swld by all druggists.
"It ta necessary In order to treat head
aches properly to understand ths cauara
whicb pr4uc th enaction" says Pr. J. W.
Bay. of Blocktoo, Ala. Continuing, bs says,
"fbyalctans cannot even besln U treat
ment of a diaeaa without knowing wbal
eaoa.s give rie to it, and we most remem
ber that ba4acb Is to be treated accord
Ins to tb sam ml. We must not only be
particular to give a remedy Intended to
counteract the cauae which produces the
besdache, but we must also give a remedy
to relieve tbe pain until tbe cause of tbe
trouble has been removed. To answer tbls
purpoae. antl-kamnla tablet will be found
a moat convenient and astlafaetory remedy.
On tablet every one to three hour gives
comfort and rest In the most sever csaes
ot beadacb. neuralgia and particularly tbe
bealache of woman."
W beo we have a patient subject to regular
attacks of sick heartache, we should csutlon
hirotokeep bis bowels resular, for wblrh
nothing la belter tiiaa "Aeioida." and wbea
be feels tne lret Hen of an oncoming at
tack, be sliould take two A-K Tableta. fuch
petiente abould always b Inatructed to
carry a few antl-kamnla tablet, so ss to
have them ready tor Instant uae. Tbe
tablet ar prompt In actios and can be
depended on to produce relief in a very
fw mlnntes. Aak for A-K Tablet.
Aau-kJtmnia tablets at ail druggists.
This Will Be Our 796th
The Bargains Below Are
Picked at Random From
Thousands. See to It That
You "Will Profit Accordingly.
Back Combs 39c
Values to $L00
A closing-out of short lots and
broken lines of Back Combs at a
(Treat price reduction a fine as
sortment to select from in styles
with fancy mountings and white
fehinestone settings al-OQ
ues to $ 1.00. Friday at. . .J &
Stamped Gowns 39c
In the Art Section we have great
ly under-priced a fine line of
Stamped Gowns made of best
quality nainsook in styles with
kimono sleeves and square or
round neck; many pretty patterns
to select from. Regular OQ
75c grade. Bargain Friday J7C
Guest Towels 13c
Best 25c Grade
Another special in our Art De
partment a sale of Stamped
Huck Guest Towels of good size
and quality. They come in a va
riety of neat designs and with
pink or blue border. Reg. 10.
25c grade. Bargain Friday l3ve
Drawers, Corset Covers, Gowns and Skirts Dozens and
Dozens of Well-Made Garments of Good Materials and
Dainty Trimmings Garments of Regular 50c Quality, to
Close Friday at.
It is a great special purchase by our Eastern buyer, together with all bro
ken lines from our resrular stock a sale that brings to you the most extraor-
liinarv vrnliiea in well-made undermuslins of eood materials and dainty trimmings.
styles to select from, including Drawers in circular, closed, open and knickerbocker styles with trim
mings of ribbons, laces, embroideries and tucks; Corset Covers of nainsook and crepe lace and em
broidery trimmed; Gowns in the popular slipover styles with plenty of width and of good length; Skirts
in various styles with fine trimmings garments made to sell regularly at 50c all on the bar"25c
gain tables Friday Only at
Dozens and dozens of
EXTRA! Special for Friday!
White Cotton Blankets
Regular $2.25 (J -J AG The
Grade at . . . tpJLr2:C Pair
Only a limited number of pairs to close out at this great price reduction. They are extra large,
72 by 80 inches, White Cotton Blankets of good weight and quality, the kind regularly sold at $2.25
a pair, but because they are slightly soiled on the edges from improper packing, the f1
price while they last Bargain Friday will be r A J
Now for Our Great Annual Sale of
Ferguson & McKinney Shirts
A Time When Prudent Men Purchase for Both Present
and Future Needs Both Regular and Coat Style Shirts
in Plain Tan, Blue, White and Gray, Also in Assorted
. . . 1 p.-- 1 At nit T - C?1 4-
stnpes ana inecKs oc ana $j..u l.uics uh cmic at y JmftZ Jll Fr
Ha.a ia an ftnt.nf.t hp-nrrlinarv Kavinir for those who can arrancre to attend W J YCy Choice
lltIC Ml. VM- V- J 0
onniinl al nf the'celebratd guaranteed Ferguson & McKinney Shirts.
Through special arrangements with the manufacturers we have secured price concessions which enable
us to dispose of about 100 dozen Shirts at a ridiculously low price. Included are both regular and coat
styles with attached cuffs; they come in plain tan, blue, white, gray and in assorted checks and stripes.
All sizes from 14 to 17H in the lot, but not all sizes in each style. Crisp new shirts of regular 75c qual
ity. We will also include a few dozen slightly soiled Shirts regular sold at $1.00. Come early on
and choose from the entire lot Bargain Friday at only Oi7le
White Underwear Crepe
at 15c Yard
Regular 25c Quality.
An unusual saving at this sale of White Un
derwear Crepe about 20 bolts to close out at
this great price reduction; comes full 36 inches
wide and in a permanent crinkled weave. A
quality regular sold at 25c a yard. 1 C
T? -rr a ; r FrMwV nt tjl
t " - -"jj '
Bleached Outing Flannel
At 9c Yard
Regular 12'2c Quality.
About 1000 yards of bleached Outing Flannel
of standard width and quality, comes in a
splendid weight and 32 inches wide. A quality
regularly sold at 12c a yard on sale Q
Bargain Friday at -'
Women's Corduroy Coats
Four Popular Styles, With Plain or Belted Back Navy, Cadet, do Azl
Brown and Green Values to $17.50, Friday at tpu,"tJ
At this extraordinary saving you may purchase a fashionable wide-wale Corduroy Coat, for we are clos
inz out four popular styles at about one-half former selling prices. Included are models with belted or
plain back and with the famous Sol satin lining. They come in sizes 36 to 42 in navy, cadet, brown and
green. They are well-finished, perfect-fitting Coats that will prove satisfactory in every IQ AC
way and regularly sold up to $17.50; on sale Bargain Friday at j-y.-x-
Handsome Lace and Silk Waists at an Extremely Low Tig-ure
81.98 for Choice From Values up to $6.00
Inventory disclosed several broken lines and odd lots in our finest lines of high-grade Lace and Silk
Waists and these we will close out at this sale at less than manufacturer's cost. Included are many of
the most popular and desirable styles in crepe de chine, taffeta'silk, poplin and lace; various t-f QO
colors and most all sizes; lines formerly sold up to ?G.OO your choice Bargain Friday at... .
Toilet' Paper for Today
at 5 c the Roll
Regular 10c Grade
At our notion counter a sale of twenty cases
of white crepe Toilet Paper in 10-oz. rolls that
run 1000 sheets to the roll the Cind regularly
sold at 10c a roll, priced for Bargain Fri-
day at OC
Sale of Fountain Syringes
at 59c Each
Regular $1.00 Grade
At the Drug Sundry Section, a closing out of
75 fine Red Rubber Fountain Syringes. They
come with regular length tubing and with
three black rubber fittings sizes 2 and CQ
3 only; best $1 grade. Bargain Friday JaVC
TiesautsTMs Gredatn.: Heckwear Sale
It Is a Special Purchase of Lace Pleatings, Net Guimpes and
Ruffs. Maline Ruffs, Fichus, Organdie Collars and Sets,
Pique Sets, Etc., at an Enormous Sacrifice 25c to 50c Lines
Now, don't be" confused by the extremely low price quoted for this sale it is
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ings in white and cream in M to 2-inch widths. Net Guimpes in white, cream and black; small and large
net and Maline Ruffs; Lace and Net Fichus, Organdie and Pique Sets and Collars, etc. Lines 1 Q
regularly sold at 25c to 60c, on sale Bargain Friday at lvl
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