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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 21, -1813.
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ITS AND LOANS
'Call of Comptroller -of Curren
. - cy,Oct. 21, Reveals 1m-
-proved Conditions Over'12,
Portland banki ehow a gain of mora
mn i,duujiuo jn deposits (or th year
ending October II. Th gain la loans
, and dlacounts for .the lami period was
12,009,000, and In total resources the
increase exceeded $6,000,000.
According to the renorta of .th 11
banks in this city, aa per the call of the
comptroller for statements aa of October
21, the total depoaita amounted to 174,
600.726.75. November 28, 112, - the
sam banka reported to the eomptroller
depoaita of 571,862,989.77, (bowing-
g am over iz months ago of 12,656,766.98.
Today" a - report shows Portland banks
to be within 1825,000 of .the highest reo.
ord of deposits. Sixteen local banks
how substantial fains la-deposit and
five slight declines. - -. - .
GARDENEOUN DOWN V
: , BY A SPEEDING AUTO
' Early yesterday morning, an auto
truck Fredrick : Garbarrlneo on the
Sandy road," sad broke his leg:. The
driver ' kept on bis . way. A, passerby
aaw the man and had him removed to
the St. Vincent's hospital. - Oarbarrlneo
la a vegetable gardener, and was walking
beside his wagon, when the auto whined
around the wagon and struck him, , , ; ;
Last evening, four Joyriders ran into
the automobile of Dr. C S. Mensies aa
It waa standing at East Twenty-sixth
. and Burnelde- street Witnesses say
the driver was Intoxicated. After strik
ing the physician's car, the van threw
on power and ran away, leaving; one of
1 Phl to the doctor's ear.
BO MAKES GOOD AS ' '
. JUVENILE POLICEMAN
Bam Rieman, 15 years old and resld
, ing at the Edenhojme apartments, made
good aa a candidate for . position at a
Juvenile poltaeraan this morning; when
he brought into Juvenile court a bicycle
and some toys whloh were stolen,, grave
, the names and addresses of the boya
who stole th wheel and brought the
owner to Identify the bicycle, which Is
valued at I SB. He was presented with
bir star and commission as an officer.
Othello Hunter, 14 years old, reported
that be bad found a bicyole abandoned
la front of bis home, 161 Taylor street,
yesterday afternoon and that he thought
It had been stolen, Hs Is a member of
the Junior police. : . . .. , . , ...,
Ai Chang to Grade. ;
Asking v Immediate action ' on ' the
change of grade crossings at East
Thirty-seventh 'and Sandy road 'where
the O.-W. A- aV N. tracks eroes th road,
a large delegation of East Hal soy street
property owners and residents - of the
Rose. City Park district presented their
arguments before the city council tn an
adjourned meeting- this morning. They
also asked that appropriation be placed
In Commissioner Week's budget to pay
the city's share of the cost
Following the talk given by the rep
resentatives of the district, Commissi
sioner Dieck told them that the change
of the crossing at Thirty-seventh and
Bandy road would also necessitate a
change Jn the railroad company's .line,
which- would result Jn ' a change, also
naving to b made in all street crossings
... from East Twenty-Eighth to Eighty-
secona stated tnat the proposed
, change was a , stupendous engineering
. rest ana not on on wnicn snap action
couia De taiten. . ; ; v r
Th delegation wis given the assur
; ance by Commissioner- deck and the
other members of the council that the
project was now under way and would
be rushed as rapidly as time would
allow. ;' ;,'.'-
' ' " 111 '',.'" 1 '"jf't
To Iteconslder Ordlnanco.
At the council meeting; next Wednes
day Commissioner Daly will Introduce
a resolution to have the council re-'
. consider th ordinance passed, last week
authorising Commissioner Brewster to
purchase the Frits S treble track at
Sixth and Sheridan atrt for $21,000.
could.' ; not ', be mbre
worthless to' you, than ;
your own home., may
, some "day prove if your
title is defective. When
you make a real estate
- deal insist v upon - our
' Guaranteed ; Certificate '
of Title, It gves you
the best , protection.
Call for booklet. Title
& Trust Co., 4th and
, Oak' Sts.-' " 1 ,
. We' Also Issue
la On Minut Your Stuffy Noa anel
Head CUara, Sneering and v No
Running Cas,DuIl Headacho Co.
L ' Trr juily' Cream Balm." Al ;?v''
Get a smart bottle anyway, Just to try
' lt-apply a little In th nostrils and le
stantly your clogged nose and stopped
up air passages of the head will open;
you will, breathe freely; dullness and
headache disappear. By morning I The
catarrh, cold-ln-head or Catarrhal sore
throat wUl be gone. '. ! ,--End
such misery now I ; Get the small
v bottle of 'Ely's Cream Balto" at any
' drug store. This sweet, fragrant balm
FATHER WEEPS DURING
P. L. Moeller, Aged 61,' Hears
... Charles Broddie, : -
' The calm demeanor of P, I. .Moeller,
61 . years old,- who came , from Mandal,
Norway, to be with bis son, Peter Moel
ler, on trial for second .degree murder,
oroxe tnia morning for th first time.
When William Rose, alleged to have
been an eye-witness to the shooting- of
Charles A. Broddie, August 22, gave his
testimony the father wip'r i W
' Rose testified that he waa present
when the shot wis fired and that Brod
die was helping his wife hold Moeller
and waa hlttlnr Moeller In the souffle
which preceded the shot He said he
was sick that night .with crampa and
that when the shot was fired be left
th place, tie said that he first met
Moeller in a north and saloon after he
had returned from a trapping expedition
to the- coast . , V , .- ,
On cross-examination by Deputy Dis
trict, Attorney Magulr he became con
tused in his atatementa and it Is ex
pected that an effort will be mad. to
Impeach his testimony. His recital of
facts differs Materially from those of
ura orutton ena ; ner nepnew, wno
both declared they were the only ones
present at the Um of th affray. . It Is
expected that th defens will close
Us case today and that the arguments
to Xhe jury win b mad tomorrow.
;:-New H6m tor Track -aVV
- with tn members of the company
bedecked In their best and with their
friends present to help them, the new
home of fire truck No. 8. on Gllsan
street near Fourteenth street, was offi
cially dedicated last night Present
were ,May or -Albee, Commissioner Bige-
low and Brewster and City Auditor
Barour.t : -, ....-; n., :.. .--
Between numbers played by the fire
men's band. Mayor Albee and th com
missioners delivered short addresses
dealing with th food work of th fire
department and - congratulating the
members' on their new home, Talks
were also made by Fixe Chief Dowell,
Assistant . Chief t Laudenklos and Bat
talion Chiefs Stevens. ; Toung and
Holden.", i. ,
ft . I . , - N
Portland Offlctrs ' Sail Tomorrow.
' Lieutenant X. A. Beckwlth and Ensign
O. H. Bristow of Portland wlU sail to
morrow from .Hampton Roads with the
American fleet on its Mediterranean
cruise. Lieutenant Beckwlth is on of
th cffloers of th Oregon naval militia
Th two will be quartered on th first
division Battleship .Vermont , ,
'...)-:' ' i... 1 ii -4'
For shipping poultry, fruit and vege
tables, a Mississippi Inventor has pat
ented a crate that folds compactly for
shipping when empty.
.Essentially a bev-
' erage for the tab
, 'ble ' use because
' - accii;,
i ' -' ' '
contains a very low per-
centagexof alcohol; its
delicate flavor and true
' sparkle is, due largely to
the' water from our arte
, By scientifically brew-'
ing - the , correct propor- ,
tions ' of barley malt and
Bohemian hops with a
pure ' mineral water we -obtain
a ' perfect beer-a
,beer that's decidedly dif
ferent in aroma. .
"It's the Water
from our artesian springs
dissolves by the heat of . th - nostrils!
penetrates and heals the inflamed, awol
Ion membrane which lines th nose, head
and . throat; clears the air passages
stops nasty discharges and a feeling of
deeming, soothing relief comes imme-
aiateiy. .;,,, .a-.,
Don't it awake tonight struggling
for breath, with head aturfed; nostrils
olosed, hawking and" blowing. Catarrh
or a cold. with. Its running noa, foul
mucous dropping Into the throat, and
raw dryness Is distressing- but truly
needlesa '' ' fi ' -
' Put your " faith Just . once- In. - "Ely's
Cream Balm"' and your cold or catarrh
will surely disappear,
) "B dlrecteJ Wfa'-jl-'Jjrff
' familiar Horaeho (V MMi 1
1 label - when orierJpyS ' Q
m as savBw ..
LS OPEN AT ONCE
G; II. SHAKEUP DENIED
AT ST. PAUL
Denial Mada That ' John ; F.
i Stevens. Wi11 - fc
(Special to Tbe Jpnrnat
Bt Paul, Minn., Oct 24. J. f. Hill
emphatically denies any - knowledge of
an alleged shake-up In th official fam
ily ' of th Great Northern, according
to, minor officials of the road. John
F. Stevens has not been in the Great
Northern offices for over a year and
th quarrel which arose between Stev
ens and I. W. Hill two years ago Is
still on. -
J. H. Young was In St Paul about
October 15, conferring with President
Grey, but Mr. Grey Insists that only rou
tin operating problems were discussed.
The foregoing ; dispatch contradicts
rumors of a shake-up in the affairs cf
th Great Northern railroad, as pub
lished In a local afternoon paper yes
terday. .This report bad It that Alrt
Stevens, was to be made an executive
official of the Great Northern aa a re
sult of the changes.
CASEY NOT HIS NAME;
. ; IT IS PLAIN BARNES
When Deputy City Attorney Stanley
Myers yesterday , began to examine
Pearl Casey,- umpire of tht Northwest
ern league, as to his qualifications to
aot as- a juror in the appeal case
against Ol Hansford, charged .with
keeping his saloon open after the clos
ing hour, ttb first question be asked
was s f' v u 'tf.-.1
. "What Is your full name, Mr. Casey T
' "Pearl Batnes," cam th answer.
' "Casey" Is th nam which he as-
tumed as a bail player, while Barnes
Is th nam which he received from his
parents. . " ;.-'- ' vv v
The trial or the case in cirouit judr
Gatena court ended In acquittal. Hans
ford was fined 100 by Municipal Judge
Stevenaon and ..appealed from : the de
cision, ff.;. . iv:::v ;g' V -.'-?r-. i . V.
; Journal Want "Ada bring results.
IHo Amerlcari Beauty; Floss.... 14
Luster Crochet Cotton, all ools...4er
leo Cub' Fine, black, white..... 6
15o, "Beats AU" Hos Supporter.lOel
6o Challenge Safety Pins....2He
" (o pearl Buttons, asatd. sls..2Hie)
Corsets Muck Less
76o batiste Corsets,' long and short
models supporters attached; 0.
speolal ......,.........,4 ...:P
ti fl Coutn Corsets, new Ions; mod-
- els; hos supporters atUched; fQe
(l.' Tenoh eoutll Corsets, long
model: three pairs, support- QQ.
(1.50 mualln Gowns, slipover.
high ana -v neca
(5o outing Gowns, blue and 4Q
pink stripes, braided aV
- (1 ouOfig . Gowns, heavy,
' whit and colored, braided. ,
$1 Handbags 48c
.. i H i i j ii '
Women's black grain leather Hand
Bags, metal frame, fitted with coin
purs, (1.00 values, special jdftf
at;" ,..- i . . '. .j.
65c Eskimo Dolls 35c
U-lnch Eskimo Dolls, pink, red.
blue: soueak whan
25c Windsor Ties 15c
. (00 .Windsor Ties, plaids, and plain
colors, best 5o quality, on 1C.
ale at XJC
Men s and Boys' Furnishings --Bargains
Men's 75o heavy gray rutt AQ'n
seek 1 Sweater Coats. ........ ' w
Men's (1.50 heavy gray ruff QQ '
neok Sweater Coats. ......... Ov
Men's (8.60 heavy ruff C(
neck Sweater Coats . . f . ,
Men's (4.50 extra heavy 05O )Q
ruff neck Sweater Coats... P
Men's .(6.50 heaviest Wool CfA fiQ
' ruff neck Sweater Coats.. rTw.y
i Boys' 11.60 grar ruff neck Qfii
Sweater : Coats. . . ..... V,f w,
Boys 18.00 and (2.85 gray sgl Aft
f and red wool Sweater Coats P
Men's 60c blue Cheviot and, OQ,
gray flannel , Bhlrts .......... V
! Men's 60o genuln -Shirley" OCr
President : Suspenders. . ........
r Men's (60 heavy outing flan- (Qg,
nel Nlght ShlrVi.. ......
' Men's (1 trmbrellas, pUIn and gQc
Amounted ' handles . .,... ...
Men's 18c wool Socks, llfht 4Qc
and dark gray... ,..,,....; w,
Men's 6O0 Jersey-ribbed cru QQl
color Underwear w'"f
" Men's (1.60 tan-colored ribbed QQ
r wool Underwear ...... '. . .
1 assorted styles of collar. ,. X. rOW
Men's (1.25 tan oolor oamols- 7Qm
i.air Underwear.:v.'i;.i.'i',.i: v
Men's Novelty knit card-.-e- OfJ
- inal Sweater Coats....
s (5o Police and Fire- OA,;
a Suspenders at only..,.. fcUC
$1;25 Golf Shirts79c
Men's 43olf Bhlrts, v. coat style,
suffs ' attached; ' fast , color i per
ailea; Uirht, medium , and . 70
lark, (1.86 values. C
Commissioners Decline. to Pay
. In a proposal mads to tbs city com
mission yesterday, Vonn- Klosterman
offers to take 156,28V for tne 2T80
aquar feet of land a Tenth and Oak
frtreeta which Is required to complete
the extension of Oak street to Its con
fluence with Burnsld and Eleventh,
Heretofore Mr. Klosterman had named
(76,000 as the minimum figure that he
would' tak for the property, the ilty
In return offering him 135,00ft th
value fixed by th appraisers for th
Th 8780 f t required for the open
ing . of . Oak street through . to Burn
side is a portion of two lots owned by
Mr. Klosterman and located In the path
of th proposed extension of Oak street
between Tenth and Eleventh. These
Candy Ranks First
with those who appreciate
real quality and freshneu
in candjr.. ' . .' - ;-a
Washington at Tenth
144-146 Third Streely Between Morrison and Alder
This Removal Sale is a mighty important business proposition. It Is intended ' to
bring benefit to you and to usto you in money saved, to us in less goods to move
to new quarters. It's a sale with constantly changing attractions. ' The values are
such as fShanahan's" only can give.: Come and see them. You'll like them surel
Women to whom the savin?
themselves or their daughters
Every on new this season many tn
the store only a day or two. Note
Women's (it black As- (IA QQ
traohan Coats put to,... JU50
Women's (17.00 Coats of 1 O QQ
striped novelty fabrlo... pi7Q
Women's Balkan styl (1H QQ
braid-trimmed Coats.... eplUepO
Women's (8.60 tan anh SJC QQ
blue diagonal Coats. , . . apOepO
Women's (21.50 plaid 1 tt XL(
black Frlese Coats. . . ... P IpeOV
Women's (1J.75 brown Zl- etQ QQ
belln Coats at. ......... . VVO
Women's (10.75 tan dlag- tQ C A
onal Coats ut i ....... . . r
Women's (7.15 Cloth Coats, dC QQ
novelty trimmed ..ay...... 9f
Women's" (1S.K black car- Q CA
acul plush Coats at......
Women's (i50 .-Salts'' e1 7 K(i
aUk plush Coats, black.. N '
Women's (18.(0 two-tone 1 O QQ
Boucl Coats at only.
Women's (36.00 black
lour, astrachan trimmed C1Q dfi
Coau at ipl.OU
Women's (36.00 blaok aatrachan
beaver trimmed Coats e1Q QC
aV each ip47.0D
Men's" 25o silk four-ln-hand
xies, au eoiors ......
Men's 11-75 extra .heavy
tan wool underwear.
Men's (8 gray wool TJn- 01 Aft
Ion Suits, ribbed.... t....SP"0
Men's 60o black Satins Work OQ
Shirtavfast color :'C
Men's (1.50 gray and blue, QQ.
flannel Shirts at ....... i..;;. UOC
Men's (X60 single and double breast'
ed blu flannel Shirts at, 1 QQ
each ... . y, . . . . . . . t.ff
Men's 76o leather Gloves, pig Cfr
and goat skin, at. . . . V y V
Men's (1.50 Jersey-ribbed gra7 QQ
wool. "Underwear at .....0'
Men's (12S Jersey-ribbed gray QQ.
colored Union SulU.......... oify
Men's (3.60 " silver gray tt QQ
ribbed wool Union Suits. I.eSWJ
Men's 75o .'axtra heavy fast CQ
black satin Work Shirts.....
Men's 11.31 blue flannel CI fiC
Shirts, tra good.... .....V
Men's ((.10 ; extra heavy 90
blue flannal Shirts...
Men's (( tan colored ruff ?1 QQ
neck Sweater CoaU at...,.V'w
Men's (1.50 natural wool fray QQ
Underwear at v.. wv
Men's (100 natural wool gray .CQL
Underwear at ....,.....;..''-
Men's (1.78 double-breast- 1 OC
ed blue flannel Shirts...... vl.-0
75c Coif Shirts 49c
Men's Golf Shirts, coat ; style,
suffs attached; fast colors; light,
medium and ,dark; perfect AQ
fit; 760 values. ..... . . .i , . .ryC
lots are. assessed this year at 259,000.
The city offered 125,000 for (780 square
feet which is lees than two fifths of
the total area of the two lots. Jt is
admitted that the value of the remain
ing portion of the lot will be greatly
lncreaaed by th opening : of Tenth
Street, through to Burnaide Inasmuch
m m ..-t: ... h, j r ik a. aw . i i sa s- , ..' aw m &s
St . ft. H .f'.r," 1 tan . JT "v. avvTM. T. . ... -w. -p. Li ga 1 Z M .; El I T ,
maPJ-.y i mm. Bk
1 . eV Si k 1 w M F 1 ' f a W .
, New Fur ' ! V
Catalog Now ' v- I
ReadywSend " I
Ii tnu tor areas trun- i , i , j j
ming cut to etder. 4 o ?
The remodeling; of Purs
la given painstaking At
tention by thoio who
know and most promptly.
of several dollars in the burchase
is an object cannot afford to miss
Women's Suits, ; Etc.
Every one is new, mad of serges,
ohevlots and mixtures. Colors are
brown, gray, navy and black.
All women's Suits that eiQ AQ
sold at (17.50 at,
sold at (38.
All women's Suits that CIO QQ
sold at (18.60 at. P1 0VO
All women's Suits that C1 Cft
sold at (33.50 at.. pIO.UU
All ' women's Suite that Clfl QQ
sold at (14.60 at PU.I0,
sold at (16
Women's Sample Butts, et'T Cfi
values from (!(.( to 111 f w
Women's Panama Dross
Skirts, blu and black.......
Woman's Sampls Dress Skirts;
nearly 100 in lot, at..
Women's TSo percale Waists, light
colors, black piping" trim- 9Q.
Women's 3 to (I blaok and colored
taffeta and meaaalln Pet- CJJ1 QQ
tlcoats . , ... . . . . 4 V 'P.
Women's (5.50 plaid back Eng
lish rubber siip-ons at. ej
4lo Shepherd Checks, (6-inch,
fast In color, at...
10 Tokio Silks in a full line
of wanted colors
45o Pongee Silks, 36-inch, In
the wanted colors
Tlo Wool Plaids in a nice as
sortment of patterns.
(160 Silk Velvets In aU the
pastel and dark shades......
ISo -Velveteens . In all colors
and black, at... .......
6o Sackings, wool, 38-lnoh,
navy, light and dark gray....
M-lnch Wool SulUngs, tan, CQ
navy, gray, garnet, blaok....
(1.25 "all wool nvy blu
Serges, 45-lnch, at...........
Plain and mounted. Big variety.
75o Women's Umbrellas, .......SO
(1.00 Women Umbrellas..;.. ..7f
(L60 Women's Umbrellas.... l.OO
11.71" Women's Umbrellas. .. f 1.25
(3.00 Women's Umbrellas.,.. fl. 60
13.10 Women's Umbrellas.... $J..88
Made of taffeta silk in plain and
changeable -colors. Finished at
the - bottom , with accordion pj sit
ed flounce. .a 2.9
TfT) . Tt (pa ' T
as th parcel wlU tnen have frontage
on three streets. Instead of two as
they now have. The , commissioners
have declined to accede to Mr. ' Klos
terman' offer ttt take (55.250 for the
2780 feet and bav Instructed th city
attorney to. begin proceedings to con
demn the land In the courta
: That 'ma v very well
In i themselves andl almost always becoming, and yet ;
they are neither extreme nor at our sale price' ex
penslve. i : lm J- ' '
The Muffs are the large pillow effects, trimmed
with heads and tails. The Stoles in large scarf styles,
also trimmed, with heads and tafls-lined with Skin
ner's 'guaranteed silk
ON YOUR FUR LABEL
HEAN8 All MUCH AS
? 8TERLINO on your 8If.VER
Buy direct from th manufac
turer and savs mtddlemaa't
;' profit' 'J ' "-::-' ' yff'y
of a Coat! Suit or Dress for
these phenomenal opportunities.
Child's (3.48 Coats, I Co 14, AO
red and navy;, now..,.,,., Y.tO
Child's (3.60 Coats, navy eJO en
cloth, red trim. y-.JU
Child's astrachan Coats QC
now on sal at........... H'v.Ou
Child's (6.60 caracal Coats 4M 7C
now on sal, at. ff
Child's (3.18 Barsktn 5 1 QQ
Coats now on sal at.....
Children's (I velvst trlm'd 1 OQ
cloth Coats at............ T
Children's (8.50 black bear- f QQ
cloth Coats at............ eP.SJO
Girls' (5.50 gray and black M QQ
fancy trimmed Coats..... eJrx.vO
Children's washable Dresses, In light
and dark colorings, all on sal at
on third under real value. Espe
cially worthy of . your attention are
those mad of pretty plaids and very
effectively trimmed with piping and
buttons. : -,vvi'. , ... '?;
75o Dresses ..... U 50
11.85 Dresses ........754
11.50 Dresses ............. .....98
18.(0 Dresses ... ...$1.60
13.00 Dresses . . . . . . .V. , . .V. .91.08
(8.71 Dresses .............. $2.49'
Child's fleeced Vests, ' Pants and
Drawers, 1 gray and cream, slses 18
to SO, 8Sq regularly, 21; OQ
sixes S3 to 34, 85o regularly, 7C
Child's Australian wool Vesta Pants
and Drawers, light gray, silk finish,
atses IS to 33, special ,434, slses
84 to 38, special 63; aUes. CO-
SO tn 84. speolal ....w.WC
Boys (to gray fleeced Union AQ
Girls' cream Union Suits, silk AQ
finish, 4o values ............ Ov
Girls' wool Union Suits, cream, gray.
Bilk finish, slses S to 4, epe- QQ.
eial 794: slses to 14, apeo'l OVC
Women's 66o Vests and Pants, A
fleeced. wMte OC
"Women'e 6c fiod Vnlon'AA.
Suits, bleaohed .C
WOMEN'S AND .CHILDREN'S SWEATERS
Women's (3.15 ruff neck 60 Qff
Sweaters for only ........ tVu
Women's (3.50 ruff neck 0i tZfi
Women's shaker knit ruff A ca
neck Sweaters ; for...... .. Ht.Oif
Women's Jumbo knit (I ef QQ
ruff neck Sweaters at...,.yvO
Child's r 11.86 high neck dT Oft
Sweaters, cardinal, gray . . . y 1
2 Glove Speciab
Women's (1.25 tan two-clasp ''' OtiL
dress kid Gloves...;......... -ww
Women's 35o thre-uartr- in,
length black Hale Gloves at... A
The mouse problem . t !
been solved by the Invention cl a i
containing two' copper IpU'cn, v
When connected with a llgntu ?
electrocutes a rodent as soon m
As llcch h Fashion as Ever
be because they vare beautiful
and satin. ' - v ;
One Day Only, $7.50 Each
286 Morrison St.
29c Underwear at 19c
Women's Fleeoed VesU and Pants,
winter weight; cream - color only.
.Vests finished ' with silk eroohett
pants ankl length; I9e values ; j9(
i0o Dress Ginghams light f
and dark checks, a tripes.....,,. C
60 " Outing runnels, assorted vf .
13tto Duokling Fleec Flan- 1ft
nela, assorted styles......... vC
16o Duckling neec'
Flannel, new patterns. ....
litto rianneiettes, all new
fall colorings, at
titui. au nw ran m
Colors a( '..s-a'css.s oc
81-10 ChalUes, light and 1
dark patterns, at. ...... . , . . UjC
0 OuUng Plannals, dark' and -f.
light colors ................... C
13 Ho Dress Percales, Ught 1 1
and dark oolorings, at........ IC
'Uo Dress and Comforter Cal- ( ;
loos at ................ ... .. , vv
13Ho Cheviots, checks 1 and 1 f
stripes; blu. . brown; - fast 1UC
S&o Solstts. 38-lnch, .: all Q
oolors, light and dark...... aC
50c Lace Col
lars Now 25c
New baby Irish Lace CoUars. new .
round shape: whit and oream. if. ,
35o values for ...,. ......IvC
Women's & Children'g
Children's i llo f aat v black Ift
saamleas rfb Hos ,,...,.,;. lUC
Child's 38c, 36 fast black t'Jy
Hose, . fin ; rib, all at v C
Infants' 85o cashmere Hos.
Women's leo fast blaok heavy Hose,
doubl soles, toes and heels; Q
also in ribbed and rib top JC
Women's 26o white, tan and ; blaok
silk-flnlsh Ho s e, ;,t seamless, ;l. e i
fast 'color 'f OC ,
Women's 26o Burson Hos, n. '
blaok, seamless 1 UC
Women's 85o ribbed snd also Of -gray
cashmere Hos at IC
r Children's -V-neok 6to Coat ir.
I Sweaters at . 43 C
Children's (1.21 f ruff ; seek C V
ynfants' (1.80 fancy knit Y 1 f
Sweaters at ....... .j..... v 1.1 J
Child's $1.50 all wool Middy Sweat
era, with sailor collar, car- C"-.
red lieuie, lin t