The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, June 25, 1922, Section One, Page 13, Image 13

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Planet in Some Respects
Favorable to Life.
Official of Smithsonian Institu
tion Gives Views on Habita
bllity of Other Worlds.
Whlla there may be many worlds
millions of them populated by be
ings and cultured civilizations, the
planet Venus, according to Dr. C. G.
Abbot, assistant secretary of the
Smithsonian Institution, is the only
one known to scientists whose con
ditions most nearly approximate
those under which life thrives.
Writing hi the annual report of
the institution, just made public. Dr.
Abbot, while he does not declare
Venue to be Inhabited, rejects the
possibility of other nearby planets
holding- Intelligent life.
Dr. Abbot does cite, however, the
chanoe that -there may be &ny num
ber of celestial bodies, yet invisible
through the most powerful tele
scope, on which there may thrive
some sort of life.
As is well kmwn, the scientist
states, stars Are suns like" our own,
end Just as Old Sol has his retinue
of satellites, of which one, at least.
Is Inhabited, so may the distant
ones have one or more, populous
followers. However, most of these
are so far from .us, he says, that
It is hardly conceivable that tele
scopes will ever be so perfected as
to detect their systems, if they have
them, or decide whether or not such
bodies do exist.
Moon Waterless Desert.
Tie probability is that they do
so," Dr. Abbot states, "and in such
Immense numbers that among them
there may well be many suitable
for abodes of intelligent life. This
subject, of course, opens the door
wide for speculation, but this field
lies so far from the realms of cer
tainty that it is not my purpose to
enter upon it here."
The moon, he continues, is known
to be a waterless, airless, mountain
ous desert. There is no probability
whatever that intelligent life can
be there. No living things, scarce
ly even the hardiest chemical com
pound, can exist upon the sun be
cause of the Intense heat. Water,
if it could reach the sun as steam,
would be Instantly separated Into
Its component gases oxygen and
Of the sun's outer planets, Nep
tune, Uranus, Saturn and Jupiter,
are considered to be composed of
gases of slight density. The theory
of life on these would be rejected
for that reason alone. Their tem
perature, however, also would ren
der them unfit for life, that of Nep
tune being estimated at minus 400
degrees Fahrenheit, Uranus minus
380 degrees, Saturn minus 330, and
Jupiter minus 270. However, their
density is another factor; the
density of Jupiter, which is the
greatest of the four, Is only 1.8 that
of water.
Mercury Torrid Waste.
As shown by its low reflecting
power, Mercury, Dr. Abbot declares,
like the moon, is an airless, water
less waste and, being besides baked
by a, torrid heat 12-fold that of our
own planet, there can be no thought
of lite there.
The main requisites of life are
light, certain Inorganic salts, car
bon compounds, water and warmth.
Plant and life requirements of light
are very elastic Plants grow and
animals thrive on earth where light
is a thousandfold less than day
light, and the full sun Is far from
being too strong for most of them.
As to Mars, the scientist declares,
thorough, researches have shown the
atmosphere of that body to contain
less than one-fifth the water vapor
found on the summit of Mount Ham
ilton in the coldest, clearest winter
nights. The solar radiation received
on Mars is only six-tenths of that on
the earth and, with no " moisture
blanket in the atmosphere to con
serve the heat. Mars' temperature is
estimated ito approximate 60 de
grees below zero, Fahrenheit. Tele
scopic studies reveal no clouds on
Mars, Dr. Abbot declares, In stating
that he oannot accept the views of
those who "claim great things for
Observer at Variance.
It has been shown by other scien
tlsts, he says, that descriptions of
the Martian markings observed by
many differ widely. As widely and
contradictorily as would be expect
ed of descriptions of the moon by
persons who had never ohserved
our satellite without a telescope.
The Martian polar caps, he believes.
may be thin deposits of hoar frost
or frozen carbonic acid gasi
The light on Venus is 1.1 that of
the earth; spectroscopid observa
tions of starlight and analysis of
star materials fallen upon the earth,
show that the stars are composed
of exactly the same components as
the earth. Therefore, two condi
tlons are fulfilled on Venus.
Water vapor and water clouds are
responsible for maintaining equable
temperatures; the water vapor in
earth s atmosphere seemed to be re
sponsible for maintaining our tern
perature fully 50 degrees F. above
what it would be, if, notwithstand
ing the absence of clouds, the sun
shone no more intensely on the
earth. It remains to be proved by
scientists that moisture conditions
essential to life prevail on Venus.
Venus Cloud-Enveloped.
The only obstacle to deciding for
ever the habitability of Venus is her
. ever-surrounding envelope of cloud.
There has never been absolute proof
that the surface of Venus has ever
been seen by an earthly observer,
the article states. Many observers
have claimed to have penetrated to
the planet's surface, but no decisive
proofs have been offered. This fact
alone, says Dr. Abbot, seems1 suffi
cient to render disputative observa
tions tending to show that the rota
tion of Venus about its axis is equal
to her period of revolution about
the sun.
Were this a fact, scientists claim,
one face of the planet would ever be
turned toward the life-giving sun,
with the result that that half would
be constantly in blistering heat
while the other would be in extreme
However, Dr. Abbot declares, the
high reflecting power of Venus,
about 60 per cent, demands appar
ently the existence of clouds, and
these clouds can hardly be of other
substance than water. If it were a
fact that the rotation period of
Venus were equal to Its period of
revolution all the water would be
distilled from the hot side to the
cold, and these clouds would disap
pear. Deciding the period of rotation is
at present dependent upon spectro
scopic observations and they are not
competent to indicate more than
that the period of rotation is large
as compared to our day. They are
not accurate enough to show that
the period of rotation is 225 days,
equal to the year of Venus, but It
may be anything above ten terres
trial days. As for the reported ob
servation of markings upon the
planet, which are said to rotate in
225 days, this observation can only
be regarded with the greatest doubt
fulness, is Dr. Abbot's conclusion.
He notes that spectroscopic stu
dies by the scientist, St. John, tend
to throw doubt on the existence of
water vapor In the atmosphere of
Venus. His observations have
shown few, if any, water lines in the
spectrum of the planet. If th's
were so, and the clouds are not wa
ter clouds, habitability of Venus
would be an improbability, Dr. Ab
bot says. It is difficult, however,
he states, to understand the high
reflecting power if clouds are ab
sent. Dr. Abbot believes, however, that
the absence of water lines In the
spectra of St. John is the result of
the light being reflected from the
clouds, back to earth, through such
a thin envelope of water vapor- as
to render invisible the water vapor
lines. This possibility coincides
both views and further experiments
are to be conducted this summer to
that end.
If the clouds on Venus are water
clouds then, Dr. Abbot concludes,
conditions of temperature and mois
ture on Venus are very similar to
those upon this earth, and our sister
planet lacks no essential to habita
Paradise Park Is to Be Home of
Party July 1-4 and Glaciers
Will Be Visited.
Nestling well up on -the southwest
slope of Mt. Hood is Paradise park,
rivaling in beauty its namesake of
Mt. Rainier. Here the Mazamas and
their friends will be in camp July
1-4, their first visit to this section of
the mountain. On. Sunday, July 2,
It is planned to explore Yocum ridge,
which is the great hog-back leading
down from the summit of the moun
tain as viewed from Portland, and
Reid and Sandy glaciers. On Mon
day the mountain is to be climbed.
The route of ascent, in part, will be
a pioneer one.
Th Tiartv will leave shortly after
noon on Saturday, July 1, and will
be back in Portland the evening of
Tuesday, July 4. The commissary
will be in common and pack horses
will be used to transport commis
sary and dunnage, from Twin Bridges
(on the Government Camp roaaj to
the Mazama camp, six miles.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Lee will be
the leaders of the trip. The trip is
open to non-memoers as wen a
members of the Mazamas, DUt me
number going will be limited to 60.
Registrations are being received at
the Mazama clubrooms, Chamber of
Commerce building, and at the of
fice of John A. Lee, 1219 Spalding
building. Registrations will close
the evening of Tuesday, June 27.
Composition on Health Will Be
Entered in National Test for
School Children.
, After having defeated 40 com
petitors in an essay-writing con
test, in MalheuT county, Fred E.
Lees, 11 years old,
son of Mr. and
Mrs. William B.
Lees of Ontario,
has received the
first prize offered
by the Woman's
Christian Temper
ence Union for
grammar-s c h ool
Each year the
union offers coun
ty and state prizes
for school chil
dren who will
participate in the
essay-writing contest The com
positions must be not less than 500
nor more than 600 words in length.
The subject of young Leas' essay
was "Habits That Injure the
Health," and it was of such merit
that H captured the Malheur county
prize. In the state contest It also
won first honors and is now eligible
for national competition. The au
thor of the essay recently was grad
uated from the sixth grade in the
Ontario public school.
If I tol? you
that I cure
Piles and
other Rectal
without a
surgical op
eration; and
then to sub
stantiate that
stateme n t,
referred you
to one. of your own relatives or
close . friends. If you are an
Oregonian it is an even chance
that I can.
My methods are painless d not
confine you to bed; do net require
an anesthetic and are permanent,
If you are interested and wish to
know more about my methods,
call or write for my free booklet.
2d and Morrison St., Portland, Or.
Mention Oregonian when writing.
Pittsburg Instantan
eous Water-Heaters.
Come and see.
188 Fourth St.
To get to our store, take a D-M
or N-S car to 27th and Thurman
streets. Plenty of parking space
for autoists and no parking
Satis f action Guaranteed or "Ybur Money Sack )
Store hours, 8:30 A. M. to 5 P. M.
every day.
Cafeteria. Fourth Floor, open to
visitors, 11 A. M. to 1 P. M.
$1.30 Win. Shade Value
Good quality 36-inch, wa
ter rolnr rmnnnp shades.
complete ready to put $
ud. In ereen and: huff.
Our Monday bargain
2 for
$1.20 Voile Value
A large assortment of
this nomilar sunimpr wash
material in many choice tl
- vra 'Q ,n A mottiqia A I
big dollar day special.
Monday......... 10 yards
$1.36 Gingham Value
32-inch standard - make
dress ginghams. The best
patterns and ' colors to
choose from. An economy
offering you will appre
ciate 8 Tarda
$1.59 Boys' Blouse VaL
A special vacation offer
in these. A well made,
full cut blouse of fine
chambrays and cheviots
in plain colors and stripes.
Monday ....2 for
$1.19 Double Boiler VaL
A fine, seamless, highly
tinished and polished alu-
boiler of first CS
quality. Quart and a half
size. Our special Monday
$1.98 Portiere Value
Fine quality tapestry
portieres in a rich brown 1'
shade. Two and a half t
yards long. An unusual I
value at a very low price, '
Monday only... Fair
$1.35 Curtain Value
A special assortment of
curtains in net and lace
patterns of choice designs. t
2W VArrfs. A hie Ravino- PE
here for you. Your
choice ............ .Pair
$1.64 Filet Net Value
Fine, white curtain ma
terial in a 3-ineh width.
A neat, attractive de-$
signed pattern. Big valuer 18
at Ward's lower ' price.
Monday 2 Yards
$1.35 Cretonne Value
Fine quality; beautifully
ripsifmpW nat.tpms in a hicr
variety of desired shades. SI
A Die Y
36 inches wide.
saving in this
4 yards ,
$1.60 Embroidery Value
18-in. embroidery flounc-
inora of v&w "fino niifllitv.
Many neat and attractive v
value giving Monday.
5 yards .
$1.68 Emb. Voile Value
36 inches wide; fine qual
ity voiles in white with
pat- $
neat embroidered
terns in colors. A fine
summer material at a low
price 4 Yards
$1.17 Allover Emb. VaL
All-over embroidery of
inches wide. Good pat- jjj
terns of different colors.
A special value for Mon
day at .....3 Yards
$2.10 Skirt Marker VaL
A good - substantial skirt
inches high. Has a pat- tj
ent arHiistahlft ninninc t
plate. For the home dress
maker, at each
. Big Purse Values
A special assortment ot
in different shapes and C
diacd. aiun VllglllOIIJ
selling as high as $3.59.
$1.35 Hot Water Bottle
Combination hot water
oottle and fountain syr
inge. Good quality rub
ber, complete with all at
tachments. Big value,
low priced. Each .......
$1.98 Teapot Value
Fine quality, seamless
very fine finish and pol- j
ich TToc oa hall with if. i
Extra value at Ward's
low price..... .Each
$1.39 Wash Suit Value
Boys' high quality wash,
cnifo y-f ffAnH TYl otdri alt
and styles. . Sizes up to 8
years ill uie aasuruueiiw
A seasonable garment.
Monday only
$1.39 Work Glove Value
Good, soft pliable leather
glove that will give a
world of the hardest wear.
Well made and good fit
ting. A man's special for
$1.38 Cake Tin Value
Best quality fine ahimi-
size. Has the convenient
utensil low priced in this
sale Four for
$1.36 Curtain Material
Fine quality Nottingham
1.M nmoiyi TviqqtqI A A
inches wide. Double bor-
Aa-raA Whi A nnllnr-
dav 4 Yards A
$1.35 Spark Intensifier
Makes a stronger spart
for your car. The plug
sparks every time. Quick- aM
iy ana easily attacneu on
any car. For Monday,
set of four, only.........
$2.00 Basebail Value
A standard made ball,
Annal a a-nv vnn ran llfiA.
A most unusual value se-.VF
x v: 1... J !
leuLeu xur uig value giv
ing in this special one-
day Bale m
$1.30 Broom Value
A fine grade, well made
house broom of the best ?
quality, is one of the big S
money saving values of- M
fered in this big Dollar- i
day sale... 2 for i
$1.60 Air Rifle Value
Something that will be of
uine King make, shoots S II
RT? oTtn An nniienal train a Sfl
M-TXJ Bll,V X lA.ll LkJ Ull T ULUV
at Ward's low price. Mon
day ,
$1.95 Stop Light Value
Automatic type, operates
from brake or clutch ped- "t:
al. Complete with all wir-
ing and screws, ready to
attach to your car. Mon- I
day, only mim
$1.35 Bicycle Tire Value
A good heavy fabric tire
with non-skid tread. Qual
ity assures you of the
maximum of wear. Real
Ward value in this tire.
Size 28-inch
$1.26 Shep. Check Value
Fine quality cotton shep-
.j i. s.-l
ticxu i iir ro . a mvab oca-
sonal suiting for suits
and skirts. Special for
this big one - day sale.
6 yards
$1.59 Jap Rug Value
A very convenient article
for use on the floor of the
summer home or porch.
Two colors of green and
brown. Two sizes. Mon
day.... 2 for
$1.39 House Dress VaL
Women's desirable house
HrpRspa ftf cliamhravs. twt-
cafes and ginghams in at- 5
All sizes. Big -values at
each . ;
$1.44 Percale Value
36 inches wide, neat, at
tractive patterns of choice
colors. Our ability to give
big value is clearly dem
onstrated here. Monday,
6 yards
$1.95 Water Pail Value
i. i i -1
o-quuro size, gooa quality, tm
well finished aluminum jry
pail. A money- saving
value of generous propor
tions is offered here. For
Monday, each
$1.50 Suiting Value
Good quality, plaid cotton
suitings of good patterns
in neat dark colors. Fine
summer suiting or skirt
material. Low priced for
Monday. 6 yards mM
$1.25 Boys' Pants Value
Good grade of khaki pants
in the knickerbocker style.
Size 6 to 16 years. Serv
iceable vacation apparel
f orjrour boy, lower priced.
$1.49 Hydrometer VaL
Complete acid testing out-
Lib Vi jai ttuu ujuiuiuvvvi 1
The best type throughout.
Something that every car
owner should have. Mon
day, the set....i '..
$1.33 Stilson Wrench
Length, 14 inches, this
Si'lavn t1tu Txrrpnrh tliA
standard, is - one that
should be in everv man s Tr
tool box. A big value low H
$1.29 Preser. Kettle VaL
This preserving kettle of
Royal aluminum ware in TV
the 6-quart size, is a very 6
convenient utensil in any '
kitchen. A Monday spe- jj
cial at a
$1.35 Clothes Dryer
Substantially made of
Mr.liia nmnA -frtMa rm hpc
nuibg nuuuf avaviu yt " w
26 feet of hanging space. S
for every home. Monday,
$1.20 Clothes Basket
Hand made of the best
rock elm. A good, strong,
substantial , basket. 28
inches long. A special
selection for this Monday
sale. Each
$1.25 Hair Clipper VaL
A good quality, high-
i i i : xt;
graue nair ciippci. n.iui
plated. A big Ward value v
nfforoH fnr monev savin? M
in this big Dollar day
sale. Each
$1.19 Fiber Rug Value
These rugs of wool and
fiber, size 27x54 inches, of rfci
dark, neat patterns ana jj
:olors are big values at-Y
this low price during this
sale. Each
$1.45 Damask Value
A fine quality, heavy,
linen finished table da
mask of attractive pat
terns is one of the big
values during this one
day sale. The yard
$1.38 Apron Value
Women's bungalow apaons
m "a Dig . assurwiiciiu wi
the choicest colors and
materials. Very special
at ; 2 for
Big Blouse Value
An assortment of unusual
values m bus. uiuubcb.
Good variety of colors l
and all sizes. In the as- Tj
sortment regular values
up to $3.98
$2.69 Serge Dress Value
Fine quality blue serge
aress m cuniuiutuiui wii,ii
fast colored gingham. A
wonderfuL value lor tnis
low price. Sizes up to 14
Big Girl's Ring Values
Nice assortment of 10k
ferent designs, , in Bet, J
Values up to $2.85. Mon
day only
$1.29 Curtain Value
Filet net, 80 inches wide
tractive pattern and this
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the real wide windows.
$1.29 Kettle Value
This 6-quart size kettle of
Pnval nlnTni-nn-m tcjjto
with cover, is an excep- 4
Anal woliia it! T-t.oTiTi ; B
uvuai t ai iu m.iicu
utensils. Get yours .Mon
day, each
$1.40 Yarn Value
An assortment of fine
qualities and colors. Some
value in these. Money
saving sale 7 balls
$1.28 Cotton Crash VaL
A fine quality, soft fin-
16 inches wide. A big J
at a very low price.
8 yards
$1.50 Napkin Value
A good quality damask of
in unfinished lengths. For ?y
tnmiy nousewives mis is
an opportune offering.
6 for
$1.20 Outing Flan. VaL
36 incheB wide, in a half
Kloi Vi f-liic nntinrf -fl o t.
nel is a good value at this
one-day sale only. Ten
$1.14 Boys' Hose Value
Heavy ribbed, imported
English hose. Reinforced i
toe and heel. The best Cm
possible value in hose for Vm
sturdy boys. S p e c i a lj "
Monday 2 pair afcA
$1.33 Suiting' Value
Fine quality, linen finish
suitings in several plain W
colors. A seasonable fab- M
ric in good wash mater- 'y
lals. Our Monday special,
i yaras
$1.39 Georg. Crepe VaL
This popular silk material
i ftnA ft-f thp .mnnv -fah-
rir.55 offprpH for lpss dnr-
ing this sale. Many choice M
colors to choose from. The
$1.35 Pique Value
A good grade white pique
in a 27-inch width. Fine
suit or skirt material. A
big Ward value in this
big monthly Dollar sale.
5 yards .,
$1.20 Challie Value
27 inches wide, m a good
terns and colors. Supply C3
JUUX Kt M. lit IA U M. OblliUg
needs from here and save.
10 yards
$1.16 Toilet Paper VaL
The best quality tissue
toilet paper is one of the
special offering of this h
big one-day sale. Large vFl
size rolls. Monday, 26 H
rolls for (lk
$1.17 Wo.'s U. Suit VaL
Tni i;i 1'i- 1 j.
r ine quality, woiie, iigm
rioueu, cuimn union suibs.
Knee lengths and sleeve
less. Quality values, low
priced. Monday.... 3 for
2 Pr. Men's Wk Gloves
Men's leather work gloves
r-f Tiril 1 wi -fill 1 ti
durable stock. At this m
rrina hpv flTA rhpaTiPT" 4
than canvas gloves. Mon
day.... 2 pair for
$1.44 Pillow Case Value
Fine quality pillow cases gm
r- --I i ...:i"u K-.-1
liniblieu .a aiauujjeu
finish. Size 36x42 inches. gs
An extra value in these '
at this money-saving price
of 4 for
$1.29 Tub Value
A- standard weight gal
vanized wash tub, size 2,
a big value at a very low
price, is a special offer
ing for this Monday sale.
$1.38 Petticoat Value
Made of an extra cjnality
and of good colors. An- f
VkdlCi mauiuvo ui 'uig value
giving at this sale. Mon
day 2 for
$1.25 Hose Value
Children's half hose of
fino TnpwpriwpH rnt.trm.
many different colors to $6
Wiuvoo num. 1 1 ti aypib-
ciative hose value. Mon
day ...5 pair
Peppereil Sheeting
This well known and re-
liohla Viani choptlTKT la
another special offering tps
fnr hia Tlnllnv Hav Rale. TfcJ
The 8-4 size, Monday 2J2
$1.26 Madras Value
An exceptional value in
f ina m o A rnc cVi1Tf in CT ia
this offering. Of the neat- t
oaf et.ri-npc artH colors and ' 14
many different patterns.
3 yards
$1.32 Serge Value
A fine French, mixed
serge in three different
shades of tan. 36 inches
wide. This low price
makes a big saving for
you. Monday, 4 yards...
$1.98 Poplin Value
A silk and wool mixed
reseda and brown only. U
J-Xlia iinc liiaiciiai. io epc-
cially low priced for this
sale. Yard
$1.18 .White Voile VaL
A very fine quality white
voile, 36 inches wide,
makes an excellent value
giving article in this
money-saving sale. Mon
day, 2 yards
$1.18 Tissue Ging. VaL
This fine gingham in an
o ca-YY-rTi f r-f no Hoar.
colors and patterns is go-
ing to save you money on '
your summer sewmg ma
terials. 2 yards
$1.17 Boys' U. Suit VaL
Fine quality balbriggan,
Kl AO iV Al4 W 1 f chrtV
sleeves and knee length. Ji
Sizes to 16 vears. Under-
wear value low priced.
Monday. ........... 3 for
$1.75 Oil Cloth Value
t V. vclihlo Ranitna wall
cloth in nice patterns.
Enough of each pattern to
cover one or more rooms.
5 yards
$1.80 Romper Clo. VaL
Just the thing for the kid-
UiCB B U 111 111 C. L (JU111VJW1 l
clothes. A fine standard
and colors. Big Monday
special, 10 yards
$1.66 Men's Shirt Value
A good quality, striped
chambray shirt. Well
made and full cut. Sizes
mostly 16, a few others.
A big shirt value for Mon
day at 2 for
Q. R. S. Player Rolls
These well-known player
runs 111 Ulg oaouiwucui'
of choice pieces, many of J
Fine for picture shows.
Monday 3 for
$1.38 Fiction Value
A large assortment of
pens of the best authors.
and well bound. Ward
value, Monday 2 for
$1.38 Romper Value
For the kiddies' vacation
ter. Made of good qual- J
lty wasn materials m neat
colors. Monday special
sale..... 2 for
$1.25 Towel Value
Excellent quality bleached
X ui xviisix iwmia 111 W1V 111 y
dividual size. Take plenty Jj)
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trip.. A Monday special
money-saving 10 for
$1.69 Middy Value
Misses' middies of a good
heavy twill material. Long
sleeves. Sizes 6 to 14
years. Well made and
trimmed. Ward value for
less. Each
$1.29 Camisole Value
Fine quality silk cami-
.. u . l .J 1 1 1 .... uwv.wn.u..w . b
style, of different colors, l
anA Tnanv sirps. A Wff i
value in lingerie,
day, each
A big
$1.69 Girls; Dress Value
An assortment of 150
Afaoaoa in rrirt nYiflma TATa
cales, cheviots, voiles and l
rhallips. Atrfli.tiv trlp
and good colors. See
these at, each
$1.35 Silkoline Value
Fine quality, neatly pat-
lenes, an appropriate t
drapery material at a big "
saving for you. Dollar
day special, 5 yards
$1.36 Outing Flan. Val
Good heavy quality "Baby
of timely offerings for E
cream and gray. Monday
only, 8 yards
$1.33 Cheviot Value
Good quality cheviots of
stripes. A fine shirt and
r-rif r ni matomgl -fni hp I
younger ones. Our low
price, 7 yards
$1.45 Voile Value
A nice assortment of
of this favorite summer l
mafprinl is vffprpH 1T1 .hi ' I
one-day sale. Monday, 5
$1.38 Scotch Gingh. Val.
This popular, seasonable
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The Wardway makes big
savings for you. 2 yards
$1.66 Men's U. Suit VaL
Fine quality nainsook,
a i !-ofi cvl witTi Hrnn.
seat. In sizes of 44, 46 l
an A A Q wilir TT.-vf Ta crtoial I
value for this sale. Mon
day, 2 for
$1.20 Bucilla Cot'n VaL
Fine quality crochet cot
ton in a wide variety ot s
colors. Ample quantities
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value at this price. Mon
day, 12 balls
$1.25 Boy's Hat Value
A special assortment of
boys' hats and caps in
good colors, desirable Jf
styles and plenty of sizes. V f
Unusual values in boys' I
headwear. Monday ...... mJm
$1.40 Huck Towel VaL
Extra quality, bleached,
part linen huck towels. 36
inches long. Finished with
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An unusual towel value.
4 for
$1.17 Gabardine Value
t ine quality, good Iin- gn
ish, white gabardine Thi
fabric. 36 inches wide.
An appreciated summer E
costume cloth at a low 5
Drice. Mondav. 3 vards. .
$1.33 Cambric Value
Fine quality, full bleached, 'm
lonsdale cambric in the Tfi
36-inch width. A general M
use fabric at a money- M
saving price. Dollar Day, fci
7 yards
$1.18 Child's Comb. Val.
Children's nainsook combi
nations in neatly finished,
well made garments.
Have waist bands, drop
seats and some have col
ored bloomers. 2 for. . . .
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