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Is wood piled near furnace or chimney
in basement ?
Are f iOors under stoves protected with
Are walla, ceillna; and partitions pro
tected from overh-atlng of stoves, fur
naces and pipes?
Are unused stovepipe holes properly
covered with metal?
Has chimney been cleaned within on
Are matches kept In metal box?
Are matches kept out of reach of chil
Do you use safety matches only?
Are (as conections made with rubber
Is "duatlaas" oil mop kept In metal can?
Is your electric Iron disconnected when j
here. The government has an inter
est, probably one-half. In the plant,
and Is said also to be willing to dis
pose of its holdings at something like
half the original cost. The plant is
thoroughly equipped for the building
of wooden ships.
ber of giria attended the annual try
out, but due to the new policy of the
club to limit the regular membership
to 24, not so many were admitted as
formerly. Several alternate members
will be voted upon within a short
Professor John R. Sites, dean of the
college of music, will continue as di
rector of the women's club, and is at
present making a selection of new
concert numbers. Miss Evelyn De
Long, a junior in the university and
a popular student of the music school,
succeeds Miss Florence Shirley, '19, as
accompanist for the club.
The membership for this year is:
First soprano Genevieve Sevy, Mil
ton; Faye McKlnnis, La Grande;
Lorlei Blatchford, Salem; Mildred
Strevey, Spokane, Wash.; Martha Fer
guson, Salem; Salome Socolofsky,
Salem; Audrey Montague, Pomeroy,
Second soprano Mildred Stevens,
Hlllyard, Wash.; Gladys Crozier,
Salem; Eva Roberts, Cove; Emma
Shanafelt, Salem; Mary Hunt, Spo
kane, Wash.; Irene Hall, Athena.
First alto Evelyn Gordon, Port
land; Vera Wise, Granger, Wash.;
Mildred Garrett, Salem; Mary Spauld
ing, Salem; Marie Corner, Spokane.
Second alto Vivian Ishman, Grants
Pass; Virginia Mason, Jefferson;
Veona Williams; Sadie Pratt, Port
land; Margaret Bowen, Salem.
cial.) Another large sale of sheep
is reported from Curry county. The
700 head remaining of the G. E. Ben
nett flock from which 400 lambs were
sold during the summer, has been
sold. The sheep will come out by
way of Myrtle Point with others
bought by V. E. Phillippi of Scio, and
will be shipped by rail to Albany for
distribution to ranchers with whom
the buyer has share contracts.
lican. E. M. Connolly, a local attor
ney, has been engaged to assist with
the news and editorial writing on the
this was provided in the measure as
it passed the house.
The senate compromise resulted
from opposition to giving the rank of
admiral to Admiral Benson, former
chief of naval operations, and also
to insistent demand that equal recog
nition be accorded Admiral Mayo,
who commanded the Atlantic fleet
during the war. The controversy Is
expected to be continued on the senate
The proposal that equal ranks be
given the thr;e officers was made by
Senator Lodge, republican, Massa
BILL ON SIMS REPORTED
Senate Committee Urges Compro
mise for Rank of Rear-Admiral.
WASHINGTON. Oct 7. Permanent
rank of vice-admiral for Rear-Admirals
Sims, Benson and Mayo is pro
posed in a compromise bill ordered
favorably reported today by the sen
ate naval committee. President Wil
son had recommended the rank of
full admiral for Sims and Benson and
GLEE CLUB FILLS RANKS
Professor Sites Selects Music for
WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY. Salem.
Worcester, Mass., People
Drawn by Riley Address.
Raymond Paper Partnership Sold.
RAYMOND, Wash., Oct 7. (Spe
cial.) J. M. Tadlock, for the past two
years editor and manager of the Ray
mond Herald, has sold his interest to
C. S. Beall, who becomes sole owner.
Mr. Beall will change the policy of
the paper from Independent to repub
Or.. Oct. 7. (Special.) Activities for
the 1919-20 season of the women's
glee club have been begun with the
election of 11 candidates from the
freshman class to fill the vacancies
in the organization. A larare num
not In use?
Do you set a permit from nearest fire
station for building bonfires?
Gasoline is more dangerous than dyna
mite. Will you try to avoid Its uae in the
Pressing a trigger on one side of
a new case ejects a cigarette so it
can be withdrawn by a smoker's lips
if one hand be otherwise occupied.
, 700 Sheep Sold in Coos.
MARSHPIELD,' Or., Oct 7. (Spe-
OREGON SCENES PRAISED
Have you any fire extinguishers In your
What are the fire department telephone
Where is the fire alarm box nearest your
Write on the bark of this report any
other fire hazards in or about your home.
Brown. Outlook, Wash.; Mildred
Beginning Monday, October 13, Our Store Will Open at 9:45 A. M. and Close at 5:45 P. M.
llr. and Mrs. H. C. L. Ashey Make
Trip From Banff Sonthward, Say
European Grandeur Eclipsed.
S. & H. Green Trading Stamps Will Be Given on All Charge Accounts if Paid in Full on or Before the 10th of Each Month Don't Overlook This Cash Saving
Soda Fountain and Ice Cream Parlors in Basement Shoe Shining Parlors in Basement Manicuring and Hair Dressing Parlors 2d Floor Furniture 4th Floor
TIIE MORNING OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1919.
It waa the persuasive eloquence of
an Oregon orator, knight erranting
through New England for the Pacific
Northwest Tourist association, that
cancelled a European honeymoon for
Harold C. L. Ashey. third vice-president
of the Rockwood Sprinkler com
pany of Worcester. Mass.. and di
verted Mr. Ashey and his bride to the
scenic wonderland of British Colum
bia. Washington and Oregon. They
were registered at the Hotel Portland
for a trio of days this week, wane
touring the Columbia highway and
enjoying the city, and left last night
for southern California points.
PRISONERS F1EHT BETH
ALLEGED VXIOXTOWX THIEVES
START COURT ACTION.
Deputy Sheriffs From Astoria Due
in St! Joseph Tonight With
ASTORIA. Or, Oct. 7. (Special.)
A fight for liberty Is being made by
I Frank Wagner, Albert Headers and
I James Talt, who were arrested a few
L "?V"r" J1!"'". ? ri . dava ago at St. Joseph. Mo., on a
X3UI ini SlOt T DI QIS cunivjKiuu i , . . , . - .
- . . ji.,in,tl. M, cnarge or mowing ine n in
A.h.vv. own n.rr.tiv. and ought of Walter Kallunki store In Uniontown
riahtVo bTurdb?Wn;h.rls,d U"d stealing approximately I10.00C, in
ir ritrttar afternoon. entnuaiaS- 1 - " .. ...... " J
tically. on the sunny plana of tm v""''" "
Portland, with the memory of m.g- cape e ing brought back to Astoria
.if,r..t -.n,rv fresh in mind. to- ml r aeeKing to aecure
Such la the news contained In a die
"I am chairman of the entertain-1 natch received by Sheriff Nelson from
tent committee 01 ine c-ommonwemnn Thomaa Moore, chief of police at St.
club of Worcester, said Mr. Asney. I Joseph. The message said the pria-
It la a representative organization, oners had started habeas corpus pro-
eomprislng men of affairs and wide ceedings which were set for hearing
viewpoints. We are not at all lib- before the court- Deputy Sheriffs
eral with our invitationa to public Baketich and Belcher, who left here
speakers. Perhaps you know your few iaya mgo after the alleged
own fellow cittsen. Frank Brancn safeblowers, are in Jefferson City,
Riley? The same. yes. Wren we m tndav arettlne- the reoulaition
didn't. Hla talents were first called paper8 approved by the governor and
to our attention by Wlnthrop Ham- they should reach St. Joseph this
anond of this city, who used to oe one evening.
or us in Worcester.
"Mr. Hammond wrote to a member
r.?KJa?K2 IHIRFFW nflllllnFIl
nortnwem was one mat we ioiim uuui lii ajiiiiuu iibyuiiiuu
engage, by all means. The general I
run of travel talks are tiresome, as
we knew by experience. As chair
man of the committee I waa wary of
extending the invitation, and made
some investigation. At length we de
cided to take a chance,' and wired
Mr. Riley at Chicago.
"Well, he came and spoke before us.
with magnificent views to Illustrate
his lecture. I am positive, and in this
other members of the Commonwealth
club are In complete agreement, that
Mr. Riley treated us to the most In
teresting lecture, in the most interest-I After a conference with school au-
ing manner, that It has ever been our I thortties. Chief of Police Johnson an-
good fortune to hear. He took ua 1 nounced yesterday that students at-
with him to the Pacific International tending the night schools In Port-
northwest, and we saw through his I land would be provided with cards
eves the grandeurs of a country mail nermittlnr them to be out after hours.
eclipses anything that scenic Europe n order that the strict enforcement
has to offer.
CHIEF OF POLICE ARRANGES
FOR NIGHT SCHOOL PUPILS.
Responsibility for Children
Streets After Hours to Be Put
Directly on Parents.
Slaeerttr la Csatagioaa.
"Frank Branch Riley radiates en
thusiasm. Hia seal and sincerity r.re
infectious. He took that company by
storm. I knew of a jcore or more of
our members who are planning to
I of the curfew law might not interfere
with the operation of those schools.
This card which will be provided
by the school authorities will give
the name and age of the pupil and
the hours which he or she is supposed
to be out for attending the school.
visit this part of the coast as the di- The police bureau will also be pro
vided with a report each week on the
pupils dropping out of school in order
that a check may be had.
Children who have employment!
keeping them out after hours must
have a letter from their parents set
ting forth this fact, declared Chief
Johnson. This, he said, would place
the responsibility in each case directly
rect result of Mr. Riley's travel talk.
It seems trite to terra it that. It was
"I bad planned to go abroad witn
Mrs. Ashey on our honeymoon. Our
comoinv had extensive interests in
Europe, and there were material rea
sons why I should hav- neia to mo
original plan. After the lecture I
went to Mr. Riley s hotel, ana we ion the parents.
talked of the western country. v e
almost planned the present trip right
then and there.
"We came through the great lakes
and on to Banff, to Lake Louise and
Emerald lake, thence to Vancouver, I Great University Registration Over
K C down to Seattle and Portland. I . .
The entire trip has more than fulfilled crowds MuJy Koom.
our expectatlona. nut we are ssrt UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. Eugene.
COLLEGE LIBRARY GROWS
But we are agreed
that rortiana nas maae in Oct. 7. (SDecial. More than 3000
been added to the
vorable impression of any city that
we have visited. Yesterday we were
guests of Mr. Riley on the Columbia
highway trip to Cascade Locks. We
had dinner at Mrs. Anderson's and we
loitered to witness the most exquisite
sunset that I have eve- seen. And
then back again along that splendid
roadway in the pleasant cool -t
Westers Moamtataa Choice.
"It's a great country. After 1 left
shelves of the university library
during the summer, according to M. H.
Douglass, librarian, making the total I
number now more than SO. 000 vol
umes. Of those added during the
summer 700 are for the school of law I
nd I30S for the general shelves.
The law booka comprise five full sets
of the National Reporter system the
Atlantic. New York. Southwestern,
Southeastern and Southern. These
college I spent a summer in tramping I will be housed at the law library.
through the Alps. Now I have seen I The unprecedented registration has
the mountain country of the I'acmo i overcrowded the library to such an
northwest. Had I my choice again I extent that the use of near-by class-
for a trarr.ping trip I d nave no nest- rooms as study rooms during the
tancy in taking It rignt mrougn mis I evenings Is being considered
country that haa Just neen reveaiea relief measure.
"Back east we don't know whether
o7 s'uch" a.hmtsMgrCasteM?. Riley ARSON CASE DISMISSED
brought to us. But we do. East
erners know California and their
famlllaritv with the Paclfio coast
usually ends there. They do not know
the Pacific northwest, or did not
until ha told them of it.
-Wa wondered If in his enthusiasm
lie hadn't over-colored It all. But he
One Freed but Brother Pleads
Guilty and Will Be Sentenced.
SALEM. Or.. Oct. . (Special.) H.
H. Pomeroy. deputy state fire mar
shal, has returned from Pendleton,
vT. where he appeared as a witness for
naonu , " ' "''' . " ' " 1 the prosecution In the case against
and Tiaion to bring such a message
borne to us.
E. H. and A. C. DeVlemlng. accused I
..... . . Af Ktivnlnv riw.lKnr rt Haw.
r: " !-? V?r.'? LV HermlsYon. with intent to de?ud an
,", 'fp? which wm ,nc.ud.".outh.rn Call- rne. H- DeVl.ming
foni. and the grand canyon of the
JUVENILES ARE ENLISTED
YOUNGSTERS AID IN ELIMINAT
ING FIRE HAZARDS.
brother. A. C. DeVlemlng. demanded a 1
Because of insufficient evidence to
corroborate the testimony of an ac-1
complice In crime, the case against
A. C. Delem!ng was dismissed. His
brother will be sentenced later in the
Questionnaire Distributed to Pu
pils of Schools Are Expected to
Accomplish Much Good.
Ftre hazards in and about Portland
homes will be reported to Fire Mar
shal Grenfall on October 9. fire pre
vention day. by IS.J77 junior fire mar
shals attending the public schools.
Questionnaires concerning fire hil
ar ds are being distributed to the pu
pils of the schools and will be col
lected later. It is believed that
through this work the Are prevention
bureau may be able to rid the city of
Chiefs of the lire squads of the high
schools will conduct fire prevention
exercises In the schools. School Su
perintendent Grout has authorised a
is-mtnute assembly In each high
school on fire prevention day. The
school ftre chiefs now are consulting
with officials of the fire prevention
bureau, ascertaining facts In connec
tion with the fire prevention work
to be presented in talks to tha stu
dent body of each school.
The questionnaires sent to each
junior ftre marshal are as follows:
I live t street.
Is there any rubbish In or about the
Have you a metal ran for ashes?
Is wood piled near stoves?
Aberdeen Shipyard Sale Rumored.!
ABERDEEN. Wash.. Oct. 7. (Spe-
Icial.) An Aberdeen syndicate la re-
I ported to be figuring on the purchase
of the Grant Smith-Porter shipyards!
ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE
Name Bayer" is on Genome
Aspirin say Bayer
Insist on "Bayer Tableta of Aspirin"
In a "Bayer package." containing
proper directions for Headache, Colds,
Pain. Neuralgia, Lunjbago, and Rheu
matism. Name "Bayer" means genu
ine Aspirin prescribed by physicians
for nineteen years. Handy tin boxes
of 12 tableta cost few cents. Aspirin
is trade mark of Bayer Manufacture
Have You Seen
a new Embroidery Needle for
using: silk, cotton or wool yarns.
Free instructions given in Art
Needlework, Dept., Second Floor.
Glenwood Butter $1.45
Model Grocery, 4th Floor
No delivery of butter except with other pur
chases made in the Grocery Depart- C" if?
ment. Glenwood Butter, 2 pounds for DJ.errJ
SPECIAL BUTTER put up expressly for this
store. Twelve hundred pounds goes on QO
sal torlav at. snpcial. 2 nnnnrls for tUXetl
The Standard Store of the Northwest
Olds, Wortman & King
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
"Double Stamp Day" In the Basement Store
2 S.MLTradingStampsInsteadof 1
Given With All Basement Cash Purchases Today
OUR BASEMENT UNDERPRICE STORE is one of the largest institutions of its kind in the
country. Every dollar's worth of merchandise is sold at a close margin of profit and it is our
constant aim to give our customers the benefit of the lowest prices consistent with dependable
goods. DOUBLE TRADING STAMPS will be given with all cash purchases made in the Base
ment Store today. We reserve the right to limit quantity to a customer in all Basement 6ales.
Children's Winter Coats
S5.98 to $14.95
Basement Splendid Warm Coats for girls 6
to 14 years-of age in the new season's smartest
style. Coats of Kersey Cloth, Velvet, Cor
duroy and Zibeline in many attractive styles.
Some with large collars and belts, others with
close-fitting collars. Mothers will save con
siderable by choosing Children's Coats here.-
Sale of Children's
Basement LOT 1 Special assortment of Chil
dren's Knit Sweaters warm and serviceable
for school wear. Brown, navy, cardinal and
oxford gray. Sizes from 26 to 34. fl"l Oft
Formerly $2.98. While they last Oi.Oa
LOT 2 Children's Wool-mixed Sweaters in
the popular slip-over style with sailor collar of
contrasting color and belted waist- fl0 AQ
line. Sizes for girls 4 to 14 years; at D.-7
LOT 3 Children's Mixed-wool Sweaters in
coat style, belt, pockets and roll collars. These
are shown in a good assortment of QO rj?
colors. Sizes 4 to 12. Basement sale D-e I O
Basement An assorted lot of
Women's Handbags and Strap
Purses specially priced for to
day. Several different styles to
select from. Black only. War
ranted real leather. Handbags
are fitted with coin purse and
vanity mirror. Quantity is lim
ited shop early in (? Aft
the day. On sale at .3X.Ul
n i rxL. r
$1.48 to $3.98
Basement These excellent Robes
are made up in the newest styles
and are shown in many pretty
patterns and colors. Sizes for
girls from 6 to 14 years of age.
Basement Good, serviceable
Stockings in winter weight, with
double heel and toe. Slightly im
perfect. All sizes 6 to OQ.
10, except size 8. Pair
Fancy Pillows 89c
Basement Round Pillows filled
with silk floss and covered with
fancy cretonne in various CQ
colors. Priced special, at OU
$2.50 a Yard
Basement An extremely low price for Broadcloth
of this quality. Just the right weight for tailored
suits, skirts and coats. Full 52 inches PO fTA
wide. Good range of wanted colors. Yard 5.OU
Basement WOMEN'S KNIT UNION SUITS the
well-known "PRINCESS MAY" make. Sleeveless
and low neck style with knee or ankle length. Winter
weight. Pink only. Shown in sizes 34, ft
36, 38, 40, 42 and 44. Special, a garment tDJL.OI
KNIT JERSEY BLOOMERS in pink or 0,,
white. Good quality, sizes 36, 38 and 40; at 0C
WOMEN'S HOSE in white, dark brown, tan, dark
gray and pearl. Double top, high spliced (T- ftrt
heel and double sole. All sizes. 3 pairs 9A.lU
Crepe Toilet Paper
18 Rolls for $1
Basement Limit 18 rolls to a customer. No tele
phone, C. 0. D. or mail orders accepted. This is a
good quality crepe paper and is put up in (3 ftft
large size rolls. Priced special, 18 rolls for JX.UU
Men's Sweaters $2.25
Sizes 36 to 46
Basement An extraordinary offering
of 85 Men's Heavy Knit Sweaters.
Coat style with roll collar. Just the
thing for hunting and fishing. Brown,
green, maroon and gray. Sizes 36. up
to 46. Regular $3.48 values. DO OP
Priced snecial. votir rhnir iDddJ
Women's Smart New Fall Suits
Basement COO EZf
The Basement Garment Store will feature today a special
showing of Women's and Misses' Suits at above price. 79 gar
ments in the sale. One attractive model illustrated to the
right. Wool Mixed Poplins, Velours and Serges in COO Kft
the new fall shades. Extraordinary values at D&Mt)J
Basement Positively the best Coats
we have offered this season at the
price. Many smart models Coats
for motoring and for dress wear.
Novelty belted models with collars
of self material, velvet or fur. Many
are trimmed with large buttons.
Plaids and plain colors. (PI f
On sale in the Basement Di-0.teJ
Basement A small lot of high-grade
Sweaters - priced for quick selling.
Several good styles in the assort
ment and an excellent range of sizes
and colors to choose from. Q A AO
Formerly $4.98 and $5.98 D.-0
New Fall Dresses at $15.00
We specialize on Women's and Misses' Dresses at fifteen
dollars and offer some very remarkable bargains at this price.
Dresses of Messaline, Wool Jersey and Serge in dozens of beau
tiful new models. See display in the BASEMENT STORE.
Basement Blanket Sale
Look to Your Needs and Save
300 pairs Cotton and Wool
Blankets underpriced in the
Basement Store, and Double
Trading Stamps given with all
cash purchases. Note below!
Basement Fancy Plaid Blan
kets of good large size and
weight. Wool finish. Pink,
blue, gray and tan & A 77 JT
effects. Snecial. nair tlTXe I O
Heavy Wool Finish Blankets, Special $4.75
Basement White Blankets with
fancy colored borders. These are
in heavy weight cotton &A rjf?
with wool finish; only J
HEAVY Gray Cotton Blankets
with pink or blue border. Large
size. Limited number of OA rT(T
pairs on sale, special at D-x I O
Special at $1.29
Bleached Sheets, size 72x90
inches. Seam in center. OQ
On sale today at only
Outing Flannel white, OQn
6tripes, checks. At a yard
Cotton Batts, full 3 fll f Q
lbs. in weight On sale 5X.le7
10 yards Diaper Cloth $2.50
Basement Men's Outing Flannel Pa
jamas in two-piece style. Mostly in
the larger sizes. Formerly CJO OpT
nrieed S2.50 and S2.98: now DUidO
Wet Weather Goods
We carry a complete line of Men's Slicker Coats in short and long
styles, also Leggings and Hats. Dependable makes at reasonable prices,
Odd Line Women's Shoes
Basement A great One-Day Clean-up Sale of
Women's Shoes at a sensationally low price.
Broken lines and small lots remaining from for
mer sales. Vici Kid, Gunmetal, Patent and Cloth
Top Shoes buttoned or laced. Also Oxfords and
Pumps. Small and medium sizes. PO QO
Specially priced for today's selling, at DdZfO
Men's Dress Shoes
Basement Men's Shoes of gunmetal calf,
patent calf and vici kid. Laced or but- y
toned styles. Leather and cloth ftQ
torjs. Sizes 5 to 11. Snecial D-.i70
CHILDREN'S SHOES parents can save many a dollar by getting
the children's shoes in our Basement Underprice Store. All styles and
leathers. DOUBLE STAMPS TODAY WITH CASH PURCHASES.
Royal Worcester Corsets
Basement The only reason we can sell
these at so low a price is that they are dis
continued models. The materials are of
first-quality and they are desirable in every
way. Royal Worcester Corsets of coutil
and batiste. Low bust, long skirts. Two
good models for misses in the FA
sale. Basement Store special at 0A.tJU
Today's Special Offerings at Bargain Circles, Main Floor
These go on sale to
day at the Center Cir
cle, Main Floor. Coat
Sweaters with convertible or
sailor collars and belts or tie
sashes. Also the popular Slip-
On Sweaters women like so well. Roll or sailor
collars and pearled waistline. In the sale we also
include an attractive model in Filet Sweater made
with V-neck, bell-shape sleeves and tie
sash. Great assortment of colors. Sale
Notions and Small Wares
On Sale at Bargain Circle, 1st Floor
Spool Silk for hand or fT
machine. Priced special, at
Kid Curlers priced only 170
Wire Hair Pins, a package 4
Linen Tape, special, a bolt 40
Itsoezi Trouser Hangers 120
Hair Pin Cabinets, special 70
Defender Safety Pins, at 40
Adamantine Pins, size 4 only;
priced special per 1-lb. box 590
Lingerie Tape in light blue,
pink and white; special, bolt 70
Cube Pins, jet only; cube 170
Dove Toilet Pins, package 40
Bone Hair Pins in shell and
amber colors, special, a box 120
Union Silk Taffeta Ribbons on
sale today, special, the bolt 100
Stickerie Edging, blue and
pink; priced special, a bolt 70
Economy Pin Holders, for 50
Wooden Suit Hangers for 70
Snap Fasteners in 3-0 and 4-0
size, black only, on sale at 30
Basement Women's Outing Flannel Night
Gowns specially priced for Wednesday. At
tractive styles, with or without collars.
Long or short sleeves. Pink or (PI QQ
blue stripes. Basement special UJ-eOi
Sale of Untrimmed Hats
LOT 1 Women's and Misses' and Children's Untrimmed
Hats in pokes, droops and other good styles. Black and
a good assortment of new fall colors. SPECIAL AT $2.00
LOT 2 Women's Untrimmed Hats in pretty styles with
colored facings also sailors in combinations of velvet and
plush, and large hats in good quality black velvet .$3.00
LOT 3 Jaunty Turbans, Droops and many other popular
styles; excellent quality panne or erect pile velvets $4.00
Final Basement Clean-Up Sale of "Ideal"
Basement This ware is of high quality, but owing to slight defects this
lot is classed as "seconds." Imperfections are scarcely noticeable. Take
advantage of these great bargains and supply present and future needs.
2, 3 and 5-qt. Covered Sauce
Pans at $1.49, $1.78, $1.98
Aluminum Double Boilers in 2-
quart size, in the sale at $2.25
Coffee Percolators SI .98 $2.25
Aluminum Strainers in the 8-inch
size priced special for today, 080
Pudding Pans 490, 690 to 980
Steel-Frame Wringers $4.08
Basement Steel Frame Wringers with 12-inch guaranteed Rubber rolls.
These machines are warranted for two years' .family use. (JA QQ
Limited number goes on sale today at the special price of Dx.70
of Monoaceticacldester of Salicyllca
cid. Adr. i