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. THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1916.
social ai Person a 1
iHRONGS of eoclety folk will be
In attendance this even in at
the French muk ball at Co
tilllon halL which Is for the
belief It of the French soldiers at the
front. This event has been one of
To Visit Michigan Home.
Mrs. W. B. Roberson with her HtUe
on Jack left last night for Detroit,
Mich., where she will visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris.
The regular dance for members will
be given at the . Laurelhurst club to
morrow evening-. Again on Monday
night, April 3, there will be a dance, but
for members and trlends, 'The first
Monday of every month has been des
ignated as "Orchestra night," at which
time, guests will be welcomed.
Already enthusiasm is running high
over the Laurelhurst ball to be held
at Cotillion hall April 18. This will
be one of the first and most elaborate
of post-Lenten dances.
a 000 party will d given oy uoiaen
ning, March '31, at the home of Inga
Hog-ell, 208 V4 Twenty-second street.
To Give Benefit Entertainment.
The Wisconsin society will give a
"repetition of the entertainment. "The
. Old Maids' Convention," for the bene
fit of the Macedonian Charity society
of Rose City Park, at Ve Rose CUy
' Park club house. Fifty-sixth and Sandy
boulevard, Wednesday, April 5, 191C,
8 p. m. Dancing after the entertain
ment. Scotch Social Club Meets.
The Caledonian Scotch Social club
met in the Foresters' hall. Fourth and
Washington streets, at their regular
monthly business meeting when they
enrolled four new members, going
through their new ritual. After busi
ness the club members were enter
tained with a program by the follow
ing: A. T. Smith, a reading; Miss
Graham, a song; Mr. and Mrs. William
Gray and Mr. and Mrs. A. Duncan, a
sketch, "A Cure for Jealousy;" Mr.
Henderson, a reading; Miss West-
brook, a song; Mr. Hutton. a song. The
ladles then served a very smart supper
with plenty o' Scotch cakes and other
dainties. The gathering came to a
close when everyone stood and sang
"Auld Lang Syne."
The home of Robert B. Myers on
Maiden avenue was the scene of a
beautiful wedding Wednesday evening,
when his sister, Miss Evangeline
Myers, became the bride of tawin
The bridal couple, preceded by little
Txulse Myers, ring bearer, entered to
the strains of the bridal march, played
by Mrs. F. H. Hayes. The Rev. F. H
Hayes officiated, using the impressive
double ring service. The bride wass
charming in a gown of white taffeta I
and lace, her beautiful bridal bouquet
being of calla lilies. Daffodils were
the motif of the decorative scheme
.carried out in the parlors and dining
room. About 25 guests partook of the
wedding supper. The bridal couple
were the recipients of many beautiful
Mr. and Mrs. Nyden will be at home
after April 5 at 472 Bidwell avenue.
E. L. Plummer and Barbara E.
Helghtsman were married at the home
of the groom's sister, 639 Beacon
street, Friday, March 24. The cere
mony wu performed by Rev. E. S.
Bollinger of the Highland Congrega
tional church In the presence of the
nearest relatives of the groom. Mr.
and Mrs. Plummer started for Chi
cago, the former home of Mr. Plum
mer. On their way east they will
visit the home of the bride near Boise,
Final Dance for Season.
The Rose City Dancing club will
give its next and final dancing party
for this season at Chrlstensen's hall,
Thursday evening, April 6.
W.-R. C. to Sew.
The George Wright Relief Corps
will hold an all day sewing at the
home of Mrs. Nellie Blodgett, 431
Larrabee street, tomorrow. Mrs. Long
and Mrs, Stuart .will assist the hostess.
All members urged to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Metxger have
taken apartments at the American.
May Bar Principals
" Froposal Is Made That Only Grade
Instructors la Strictest Sense Would
There is now before the National
League of Grade Teachers associa
tions, to which the Portland Grade
Teachers' association belongs, an
amendment providing- that only grade
teachers in the strictest sense of the
term are eligible to membership In
the grade teachers' organisations.
. The passage of such an amendment
will prohibit any principal or super
visor who has other teachers under
her from being an active member of
the organisation, although she may
be an honorary member.
ft ' "V
Miss Emma B. Tapper of liills
boro, talented pianist who enter
tained here last week at the
home of her cousin, Bliss Westah
Kelly Butte Guards Named.
Sheriff ' Hurlburt, who took over
control of the Kelly Butte rockpile
from the county commissioners fol
lowing the Jail break Sunday night
in which IS prisoners escaped, last
night announced that he has appointed
W. M. Bewley, a former policeman; J.
B. Crockwell and Edward Fashlno, as
guards at the Butte. A. S. Briggs,
who was superintendent under the
commissioners, was discharged and
will not be replaced. Instead, the
sheriff will exercise a general super
Hood River Water
Case Appeal Heard
Attorneys Argue Matter Before
Supreme Court; Vie of water In
East Fork of Hood River Involved.
Hood River, Or., March 30. The suit
of the Oregon Lumber company
against the Feast Side Irrigation dis
trict, which was appealed from the de
cision of Judge W. L. Bradshaw, in
favor of the irrigation company, and
which involves title to a large portion
of the water in the east fork of Hood
river that has been diverted by the
irrigation company, was argued before
the supreme court yesterday. Attor
ney George R, Wilbur of Hood River,
represents the irrigation district and
Huntington and Wilson of Portland,
represent the Oregon Lumber compnay.
The outcome of this case is watched
with interest by the citizens of Hood
River. The granting of the water to
the irrigation district will affect the
electric power plants on the river, and
it is reported that they will file suit
against the irrigation district If the
Oregon Lumber company should lose.
Believes in Keeping
The Good Teachers
"One Who Has Done Good Work
Should Be Beturaed," Says Supt.
Barnes of Washington County.
B. W. Barnes, school superintendent
of Washington county, believes that
a teacher who has done good work
should be retained by the district. He
has written a letter to th unhnol
board members of the district, ad
mitting that retention of good teach
ers year after year is a hobby with
him, and concluding:
"The rural schools of Washington
county have this year been manned
by a very efficient corps of teachers.
Wherever the teacher has given good
satisfaction I wish to urge the board
to reemploy and to do this as early
as possible so that the teacher may
i i a .. .
mane ner pians ior tne coming year.
If you wish to change teachers," the
county superintendent concludes, how
ever, "I shall be pleased to give you
such assistance at I can."
Office May Return
Headquarters May Again Be Xioeated
In This City After an Absence of
Office stationery marked to "C. R.
Frank," a special United States pension
examiner, arriving at the customs
house several days ago Indicates that
the headquarters for the pension de
partment will again be located here
after an absence of several months.
No official notice has been sent
Judge Thomas C. Burke, custodian of
the customs house, of the reestablish
ment of the office here and arrange
ments have net yet been made for of
fice room. This formal step Is taken
before the government places an of
fice, according to Judge Burke.
Nefed of Municipal
Golf Course Is Seen
Ban yras oisoo, Oaklamd and Other
California Cities Bay Them, Bay
Xrirals Sosenblatt, After a Trip.
Portland must have a municipal
golf course if it Is to keep abreast
with other cities, declared Louis
Rosenblatt, who has just returned
from a trip to California.
"San Francisco, Oakland and other
California cities have public golf
courses," said Mr. Rosenblatt this
morning. Fees collected pay from 80
to 60 per cent of the maintenance
"I understand the ground offered by
the Ladd estate to the city is entirely
suitable and all the city would have
to do Is to pay the taxes. The links
could be installed and the course
equipped for $7600. Thirty public
spirited business men contributing
9260 each could provide this amount.
I am willing to subscribe 3260 If the
rest of the 97500 can be' raised.
"Golf is not expensive, if public
links are provided. Thousands of men
and women would be afforded oppor
tunity to get needed outdoor exercise.
Demand for Labor,
Report of Employment Bureau Head at
Taooma Shows 800 Men Placed In
Jobs Since First of March.
Tacoma, Wash., March 30. (U. P.)
With business conditions improving
throughout the Pacific northwest.
wages are on the increase, according
to figures given out by the Joint
federal and city free employment
The demand for labor of all kinds,
but especially in the lumber mills and
allied industries, is steadily growing
and more than 900 men have been
placed in jobs since March 1, said C. E.
Keagy, deputy immigration Inspector
In charge of the federal employment
Conditions from the standpoint of
labor and wages are better than for
many months, he declared.
Not Identified as Holdup.
Marshfield, Or.. March SO. William
Kennedy, who was arrested at Bandon,
suspected of holding up a man named
Metlln, was released as Metlin could
not identify him. Monday night a man
held up Metlln with a gun on second
street at Bandon.
GOES TO LAST REST
0 Rev. J. Vemly
Rev. J. Wermly was nearly 71 years
of age when he laid down his life at
Wilsonville, Or., last Saturday, after
serving as pastor in the German re
formed church for nearly half a cen
tury. His daughter, Mrs. George Sam
worth, of Toledo, Ohio, arrived sev
eral hours too late to answer his re
peated calls for her. Rev. Mr. Wermly
had beon pastor of the church at Wll
sonvllU since last June. In Toledo,
Ohio, he served the church there for
over 20 years. He Is survived by his
widow, Mrs. Elisabeth Jenner Wermly,
a son, Alexander Wermly, and four
daughters, Mrs. Samworth, Mrs. J. B.
Wilson of Spokane, Johanna and
Amanda Wermly. Mr. Wermly was a
native of Switzerland and came to Ohio
when a youth.
Quiet in Mexican Oil Regions.
Galveston, Texas, March 29. (U. P.)
"Mexicans are taking the situation
In Mexico far less seriously than
Americans," said A. R. Bushnell, Amer
ican arriving from Tampico today.
"There is absolute quiet in the oil re
gions," he aded. "Business is normal."
Saturday Will Be
Boy Scouts' Day
Field Day Test and Maneuvers Are
Planned on Speedway t to Give Xeo
ture at Library In Xvenlnf.
Saturday will be Boy Scouts day In
Portland. That afternoon at 1 o'clock
there will be a field day test and
maneuvers at the Rose City speedway
and that evening a lecture and demon
stration In woodcraft In the Central
library. James E. Brockway, scout
commissioner, will have charge of the
maneuvers, and George Estes. natural
ist, will illustrate how to live in the
wrllds. There are about 400 boy scouts
in the city.
The Road to Adipose.
4nO TOU know." declared a, friend
II of mine suddenly, as we sat
watching a graceful pair of
dancers not long ago, "one never sees
a fat girl any more. All the girls
these days are thin most of them
It la a noticeable fact that what my
friend said is most certainly true.
One used to associate plumpness with
girls, but the average girl of today
resembles the fabled one, whom, it
is said, "went down to the drug store
and bought a dozen lemonade straws
so she would have plenty of raincoats
We are living In a speedy age. We
have too much to do and too Utile
time in which to do it. In order to
keep up with the requirements of the
present day's work and play one
must have a constitution as vigorous
j as that of our hard-working pioneer
ancestors. Too many young people
burn the candle at both ends. Late
hours, insufficient sleep, too many ac
tivities are some of the things that
use up the vigor of many of the
younger set. Ten hours In bed Is
necessary for the growing body, but
not many people seem to recognize it.
Of course. It is a well known fact
that most fat people are lazy and
most lazy people are fat. That proves
at least one things that if you are thin,
you need rest. An hour stolen now
and then from your work or play will
do no harm and will aid you mate
rially in building up your body.
The Spanish habit of' taking a
' siesta after the noon meal is an ex
cellent one for the thin person. Even
though you cannot sleep, It Is a good
, Idea to He down and relay naif an
hour after your heaviest meal, which
may be either at noon or In the eve
ning, according to your own consti
tution. Some people are better off
with a large meal at the noon hour
and a small one at night. Othors find
they have better digestion if they
save their dinner appetite until eve
ning. But relax after dinner and
you can't help gaining.
Walking is a splendid remedy for
stout people but most thin ones
don't need much of It. They must
have their two or three miles of oxy-
BY CLARA INGRAM JUDSON.
Jack Frost's Bluff Fails.
fT 'VE decided that' we will have a
I very late spring this year," said
Jack Frost in bis most pompous
"That so?" asked the trees in the
"Just so," replied Jack Frost. "I'm
tired of rushing off to the north pole
simply because April has arrived.
This year I intend to stay just as long
as, I please, which will be into June
"That so?" asked a tiny violet plant
that was hidden so far under the
leaves and rubbish of the winter, one
would have thought its words would
never be heard.
"Just so," replied Jack Frost posi
tively. ""And moreover there's no use
In your planning to bloom for many a
week. There are still a whole package
of storms and blizzards and freezes and
blows that I have in reserve. You'll
have no chance to bloom; the leaves
will not dare to bud these many
weeks." And he whistled and sang
through the trees to prove that he
knew what he was talking about.
"That so?" asked tne tiny leaf buds
at the ends of the twigs and branches.
"Just so," replied Jack Frost
fiercely, for It must be admitted that
he did not fancy the tone of voice in
which all these questions were asked.
"Moreover, if you start swelling and
growing one tiny bit, I'll freeze you so
tight that you can't grow again this
whole summer so there!"
And he thought that would settle
But it didn't no sir!
For all the time Jack Frost waa
talking, Old Mr. Sun was climbing
higher and higher to the sky. And
old Mother Wind was blowing the
clouds faster and faster out of the
way so that he could shine his hard
est. And the air was getting warmer
leaf-buds. "We'll grow when we
can and before night the forest be
gan to look like spring!
The air was getting warmer and
and warmer and warmer, till at last.
by noon, even fierce Jack Fron felt
the heat and began to grow sleepy.
"Of course I have no idea of going
away for good," he explained to every
body. "But really I am tired and I
think before I start that fine set of
6torms I was telling you about, I will
slip away for a nice little rest."
So he tiptoed away toward the
And the sun shone hotter and hot
ter and all the violets and the leaf
buds and the grasses and green things
looked around to see if he had gone.
And they didn't see him.
"Of course he may come back," said
the violet. "But I'm not afraid, and
she started growing.
"We're not afraid, either," sang the
Tomorrow Xews of the Hunters'
C. L. Weddell of Fort Canby, Wash..
and Joseph Williams of Prinevllle are
guests at the Carlton.
P. J. Knickerbocker registered at the
Portland this morning from New Tork.
Dr. E. B. Pickel of Medford U at
Mrs. H. C Howe of McMlnnvllle,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilson of Albany,
and William J. Liljequist of Salem are
among the Oregon people at the Cor
nelius. Washington people at the Cornelius
are: Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hand of
Tacoma, J. H. Minnlck of Walla Walla,
C. W. Ruby of Spokane and II. Cum
minga Among the Oregon people at the Ore
gon are: Mrs. W. P. Fell of Eugene,
J. E. McCoy Of Mill City, H. J. Doupe
of Dufur, Charles Mix of Falls City,
J. C. Sohulmerich of Banks, Dr. and
Mrs. H. Zophas Tharp of Rainier and
George W. Holmes of Astoria.
Mrs. G. W. Byers of Pendleton reg
istered at the Imperial this morning.
J. W. Greene of Kallspel, Mont;
Mr. and Mrs. R. von Shlpman of Coos
Bay, George J. Listmann of North
Takima and J. B. McMillan of Belling
ham are among this morning's regis
trations at the Imperial.
W. L. Soehren of Dallas, Or., is reg
istered at the Nortonla.
M. B. Murdock of Lewlston is at
Missing Watches Found.
Two watahea, said to have been
stolen In the crowd about the "war
college," were found on Jose Montero,
a Spaniard arrested by Patrolman
Leisy and Detectives Swennea and Pat
Moloney last night The watches are
oo .&asi Awenty-xntru street norm, j
and to Herman Graf, 431 Sixth street
A good Coffee,
and x properly
3 lbs. 85c
Economy Dress- ?
Save the dressmaker's fill oy ooing
your sewing with our help, we also
do dressmaking. Phone Main 8703,;
603 Dekum building.
gen but let them take It In their rock
ing chairs or auto.
If you are very thin you can easily
stand four meals a day, provided your
digestive organs will. If you tat at
6-or 7 o'clock a lunch before retiring
will do ycu no harm. Bread and milk
or crackers and milk a sandwich, or
even some Welsh rarebit or mluce pie
as long as it is well masticated, will
help you along the road to adipose
and, contrary to the general opinion,
won't give you bad dreams, either.
The thin clrl may revel in candy,
good candy for sugar is so easily
digested and readily oxidized in the
body that it spares fats for disposi
tion, In the tissues. The good old
fashioned diet of bread and butter.
spread with sugar, 18 one for "stuffed
strings," as an acquaintance of min
inelegantly describes the slim debu
tantes of today.
Butter, cream, oMveV oil and fat
meats are excellent foods for thin peo
ple. Bacon is the most digestible form
of fat to eat An excellent plan for
the determined thin person to make Is
to drink a pint of certified milk twice
a day between meals not with them
One pint ; 10 In the morning and one
about 4 in the afternoon Is a good
regime. If, in spite of all your efforts
you are unable to gain flesh you '
should see a physician There may be
some physical defect in your consti
tution of which you are unconscious
and which he can easily remedy.
For High-Class LADIES' TAILORED
SUITS and Perfect Lines, See
407 Eiler. Bldg.
LYNX IS ADDED TO
THE CITY PARK ZOO
TODAY'S BEAUTY TALK
7 . Ton can make a delightful sham-
poo with very little effort and for a
S very trifling cost If you get from your
druggist a package of canthrox and
dissolve a teaspoonful in a cup of hot
water. Tour shampoo Is now ready.
Just pour a little at a time on the
scalp and rub briskly. This creates
an abundance of thick, white lather
- that thoroughly dissolves and removes
. all dandruff, excess oil and dirt. After
- rinsing; the hair dries quickly, with a
flufflne that makes It seem heavier
than it Is, and takes on a rich luster
, . and a softness that make arranging it
. a pleasure. Adr.
ampla FREjE .'
H. E. Nichols .
: - Clark av.St.LoaU
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Male lynx, tho latest addition to
Portland's zoological garden In
- Washington park. The animal is
expected to arMve here from
Springfield, Orv before the end
of the week. The lynx is quite
small. It was captnrod by Floyd
' Bartlett of Springfield and sold
to the city for $15. It will be
the second animal of its kind the
city has in the zoo. '
Newest Styles, Lowest Prices
82.48 for Ladies' fine $3.60 and 14.00
Dress Shoes over 40 styles.
81.98 for Ladies' $3.00 Street or
Party Pumps and Strap Slippers.
WRIGHTS BIG STORE
Garner Fourth and Alder Sts.
Youll like these dainty little squares of crispy
goodness, with their delicious, slightly salty fla
vor. Unique in size, they will lend a new dis
tinctiveness to your luncheon or dinner table.
AN OLD TRU-BLU FAVORITE IN
A WONDERFUL NEW PACKAGE
Get a package of them today. See for yourself
how delightfully good they are Most grocers
have been supplied; ask yours.
TRU BLU BISCUIT COMPANY
All Charge Purchases Made Tomorrow Will Go on Your April Account, Payable May First.
Thrifty People Always Ask For S. & H. StampsSave Them and Get Valuable Premiums Free.
Plaited for $1.00
at This Store.
See Model Skirt
in Dress Goods Dept.
s, Wortatae & M
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
Pacific Phone Marshall 4800
Horn Phone A-6231
in Best Makes '
in Sporting Goods
Dept. 4 th Floor
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sprMiijyj siiiiowiiiiuyi ujrriiras it uiir Jiaiiuuiiii ""Fioor
Women's Breakfast Sets
One Style - Just As Illustrated
On Sale 2d Floor
Second Flooi New shipment Just received,
women's and mfsses' 3-piece breakfast sets
one style as illustrated. They are made from
excellent quality percales and ginghams in light
and dark colors checks or plain. Styled with
full flare skirts and plaited waist, made in Nor
folk effect. Belted waist line. Neatly trimmed
with piping. Front and side fastening. Just the
thing for wear about the house o morn-fiQ,
ings. Shown in all 'sizes. Priced special
SPECIAL SHOWING NEW BOUDOIR
$1.50 Muslin Underwear 98c
Center Circle, Main Floor Extra special offering for Friday Women's
nightgowns, petticoats, envelope chemise, straight chemise QQ,
an princess slips in various styles. Regular 1.50 garments atOC
Sale of Spring HATS
END - OF - THE - MONTH sale of
trimmed hats a clean-up of
about 200 models at sharp reduc
tions in prices to make room for our
Easter shipment now arriving. In
this lot are turbans, sailors, tricornes
and novelty shapes trimmed with
flowers, bows, etc. Hats priced
h e r e t o f o r e at 7.50, (Jpr ff
8.50, 10 and 11, for tJteJl
MILLINERY SALONS, 2D FLOOR
Beautiful Pattern Hats, Priced $15 to $50
Don't Fail to See This Showing
Millinery Salons, 2d Flooi Hats that anticipate the demands of
fashion not merely keeping abreast of fashion, but a step beyond.
Our French room is surely and steadily winning the admiration of
those who desire the becoming millinery ultra smart yet moder
HATS OF EXCLUSIVE CHARM, 15 TO 50
Basement UedeFprice Store
POaTIaJTP'B AHZ BTTSXEfrX SOWRUSI ITOKE
Basement Manufacturers' ir
regular makes and clean-up lots
bought under price. Excellent
grade chambrays and cheviots.
Made in full, roomy sizes. Usual
5oc and 65c grades spe- QQ
cial for this sale, the yd. OuL,
EXTRA SPECIAL OFFERING !
Sale of Children's Dresses
Several Attractive Styles
Worth $129 Speciafat
BASEMENT "PIT" Mothers who remember the extraordinary
bargains in girls' dresses offered a short time ago will find these
better if anything than the former lot All are new spring styles,
appropriately trimmed and made from standard quality ginghams
and percales. Some in checks, others in stripes and plaids. HQn
Sizes for girls 6 to 14 yrs. None worth less than 1.29, at I aC
. We Give S. 4c H. Stamp Aek for Youra.
$1.50 Lace Curtains, Pr. 85c
Basement Just 300 pairs of curtains in this lot and when they are
gone you won't see their equal again for some time. They are shown
in fancy nets, scrims and novelty lace effects in white, cream QC
and ecru. Dozens of patterns to select from. 1.50 grades, pr. OUL
1000 New Hat Shapes
All Popular Styles
Worth Up to $2.48 at
Basement Millinery Here's your opportunity to buy that new hat
at a worth while saving. 1000 new untrimmed hats Just in by ex
press will be offered Friday and Saturday at about lialf regular worth.
Large sailors, turbans, rolling brims andmany other styles. Black,
white, rose, green, navy, red, purple, 'gray, Copenhagen, blue, QQ
sand, etc Shapes worth up to 2.48 on sale for two days at OC
Millinery Flowers fl fk
Worth to 49c, Special 1LSF L
Baeement Millinery Millinery trimming, flowers In nearly ail wanted
kinds jingle flowers', sprays, wreaths, bunches, etc., in all coi- "1 Q
ors. Flowers worth up to 49c priced special for this sale at JLUC
Basement Girls' spring
coats in many attractive
styles some with belts, oth
ers in loose, flaring models.
Splendid grade coating ma
terials In plain colors, checks
and mixtures. Ages 6 to 14.
Exceptional coats (J0 QQ
at this low price tP.aO
75c. CORSET Covers
Basement Women's corset
covers and drawers assort
ed lot of manufacturers
samples. Good quality cam
bric and nainsook, trimmed
with lace, embroid-Q
ery. Worth to 75c, atJk:e7C
15c WASH CREPE
Baeement White ripple
crepe, 30 inches wide. Makes
up beautifully for summer
waists and dresses. OJL
15 c grade, the yard XzC
Community Par Plate
Guaranteed for 10 years' family use.
In the essentials' of taste, design and
craftsmanship Community Plate is
worthy of its master designers.
Tea Spoons, set of 6 for only 65c
Dessert Spoons, set of 6 for $1125
Tffif -SP00"! set of 6 for $1730
Berry Spoons, priced each, only" 69c
Sugar Spoons, priced each 19c
Dessert Forks, set of 6 for $l72?
Table Forks, set of 6 for $1730
Cold Meat Forks, at, each, 48
6 Individual Salad Forks at $f7gg
Butter Knives priced at, each 24c
We also carry a complete line of
the famous Community Plate guar
anteed for 50 years.
NEW LINES TABLE CENTERS
Pond lilies, birds and flower holders
all suitable for spring flowers at
Model Grocery, 4 th
floor Put ' up ? by
Armour & Co. ex
pressly -for the
Olds, Wortman &
King Store. Choice
corn - fed, sugar -cured
ing from 10 to 12
lbs. On sale 1 0n
Friday, lb. X7C
Glenwood Butter 70c ;
4th Floor Delivered only with oth
er purchases. Regular price T"
75c; special, 2 pound square I vt
9t m.wwi ranswjHiw v vmrrv