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THE; OREGON DAILY, JOURNAL, PORTLAND,'. TUESDAY; MAY- 16, -1916.
t THf: University club this af t-
ernoon. Miss Antoinette , Mears,
younj daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
K. C, Mears, entertained at an
Informal luncheon. The following- girls
.of Che younger set circled the board:
Miss Ruth Teal. Miss Patsey Stewart.
Mtss. Oenevieve Brooke. Miss Rhoda
Ruroelln. Miss Helen Ladd. Mrs. Hazel
Blumauer L4tt and the hostess.
: Mr. and Mrs. McDonell Go Home.
' -Mr. and Mrs. Alexander, A. Mctnell
left yesterday for their home In St.
-Paul, after passing several weeks In
Portland, where they were extensively
V Luncheon Hotw.
r Miss Ellen BorquUt entertained last
? Thursday at her home with a luncheon
"'for Mrs. William B. Reese. Covers
y - were laid for six.
For Mrs. Heed.
Mrs. Charles Allen Reed of Hood
River, who H visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C R. Donohoe, was the in
plratlon for an Informal luncheon this
afternoon, given by Mrs. Walter Yerian
at her home In Rose City Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Reed and their little
son, Charles Allen Jr., motorod down
the highway Saturday, May (, In com
pany with a party of friends, and Mr
r ReeJ. who has purchased a new car,
. returned by way of the highway last
Sunday. Mr. Donohoe accompanied him
. and will visit at their ranch home for
10 days. Mrs. Reed and her little son
will leave for home tomorrow morning.
, For MIm Bowser.
Miss Mildred Bowser of Fort Wayne,
Jnd., who iH'-the house guest of Miss
Margaret Raeder, was the inspiration
for an Informal tea yesterday after
noon, which Miss Raeder gave til her
tiome In Irvlngton. The hostess'
' mother and Hunt, Mrs. C J. Raeder and
Mrs. T. ('. Warner, assinted In rerelv
" Ing. Pink and white blossoms adorned
the rooms in artistic effect. Assisting
-. In the dining room were Miss L.ivelle
Florence, MIm Kdna Florence, Miskt
Helen Ross, Minn Hildreth Jlumason
. and Mrs. Bruce Stewart.
vMrs. Ira. F. Powers will give r din
r ' ner for Ml sn Browser May 24, anJ Mrs.
Charles Preston has planned an infor
mal sewing party.
Mrs. Beebe Convalescing.
n Friends of Mr. Charles F. Beebe
'"re felicitating her on her recovery
"'from her recent operation. She re
turned home from the hospital last
Saturday, snd Is now convalescing at
her residence, 712- King's court
Visiting at Salem.
Miss Helen Krausse, a popular soci
ety girl, whose engagement to Glenn
Sigel was recently announced, has been
passing the week at Salem as the guest
of her aunt. Mrs. John Griffiflh.
Mrs. l&hclman Visitor.
Mrs. B. F. Efchelman of Lorn An
geles has arrived from the south to
pass several weeks here with her aunt,
i Mrs, M. J. Aitchlson, and her ceuslns,
Mrs. John E. Altchison and Mrs. Clyde
B. Aitchlson. Mrs. Eshelman has
many friends here and in the sound
cities, having formerly lived at Ta-
' coma, and she will be extensively en
tertained while visiting in the north.
M. A. A. C. Formal.
. Multnomah club meiribers and ghelr
friends are anticipating the club's next
formal dance, which will be given
Thursday evening at the clubnouse.
v Dancing will begin at 8:30.
Madeleine Young People's Party,
The success of the dance given by
the young peopje of the Madeleine
.church at Irvlngton club last Friday
evening was such that they have ar
ranged to repeat the affair at the
clubhouse Friday, May 26. The pa
tronesses will be: Mesdames John, F.
raly. M. F. Brady, C. J. B. Matarkey
njl J. N. Gravelle.
Y. LvIL Club Dance.
The Y. I. R. elu,b announces Us May
dancing party Wednesday, May 17, at
Irvlngton club. The committee Is the
Misses Marguerite Sheeny, Teresa Al-
vers. Ethel Bolger, Helen Hughes.
Anna Dowd. Katherine Meagher, Mabel
Hughes and Katherine Galvln.
To Appear in Vaudeville.
Elaborate plans are being made for
the vaudeville performance at the Ger
man house next Sunday, which will be
Klven by the Toadies' Annex and the
"actives" of the Turn Verein. Miss
vm.SoaeXv is Poms 1 0
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Become a Pest
Marsh ft eld. May 16. Bear
have become so numerous and
damaging to the stockmen In
the Flores Creek country of
southern Coos and northern
Curry counties that the farm
ers have organized hunting ex
peditions In Hie hopes of ex
terminating the bear or at least
checking them to some extent.
Many sheep have been killed
on the ranges, where It Is said
the bear are more numerous
than ever before. Already a
number have been killed and
the stock men think that if
they if they keep up their hunt
ing in an organized way they
can prevent further losses.
Hammocks, .Tents, Camp Cots, Porch and Lawn Swings, Fishing Tackle, Sporting Goods, 4th Ffc
Manicuring and Hair Dressing Parlors, 2d Floor Furniture, Carpets, Draperies, etc., 3d Floor ,
Augusta Elizabeth Wilhelm, whdiw pic
ture appears in society today, will be
one of the solo dancers.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Miller announce
the engagement of their daughter, Eva
Maude Miller, to Norrls Sykes. the son
of Rev. and Mrs. Gabriel Sykes of
Watervllle, Wash. The wedding will
take place early in June.
Will Inspect Fish Hatchery.
8tate Game Warden Carl D. Shoe
maker and State Biologist W. L. Fin-
ley will be guests of the Roseburg Rod
and Gun club next Sunday at the state
fish hatchery on the banks of the
Umpqua at Winchester. The occasion
is the inspection of the hatchery. A
"salmon roast" and strawberry feast
is planned. Mr. Klnley expects to take
a moving picture of the salmon fish
ing along the Umpqua.
Will Attend Convention.
W. C. Haseltine of the Halseltine
Hardware company left here this morn
ing for Pittsburg, Pa., to attend the
National Heavy Hardware convention
next week. Mr. Haseltine is accompan
ied by .his wife.
Dr. Matson Off for France.
Dr. Ralph W. Matson left yesterday
for New York to Join the Harvard Med
ical and Surgical unit which Is to sail
May 20 for Boulogne, France. There
he will be transferred to the staff of
Sir Almroth Wright, in charge of the
mdical division of the British ex
peditionary forces in France. Dr. Mat
son was accompanied by Mrs. Matson
ami his cousin. Miss Genevieve Matson.
Wisconsin Business Man Here.
A. Terrell of Kenosha. . Wis., is a
guest at the Portland. Mr. Terrell is
secretary of the Simmons Brass Bed
Visit of Country Editor.
The man who claims he publishes
the biggest out-state weekly news-
Exhibit of Child
Display will Be Had la Oreea Boom j
of Oregon Building at tbaXeqnest i
or cnamber or commero.
At the request of the Portland Cham
ber of Commerce the child legislation
exhibit prepared by the state child !
welfare commission is to be displayed
In the green room of the Oregon build- I
ing, tomorrow, Wednesday and Thurs
day for public Inspection. '
paper In Oregon yet does it in a town
of only 300 population Is in town today.
He is L. K. Harlan, editor, publisher
and manager of the Pilot Rock (Uma
tilla county) Record, also publisher of
the Heppner Herald.
In the opinion of Mr. Harlan the big
gest and most promising district In the
United States In Eastern Oregon.
H. N. Parks is registered at the
Cartlon from Astoria.
Hector MacPherson and W. J. Cham
berlain of the O. A. C. faculty are at
R. E. Parsons of Crescent City, Cal.,
is a guest at the Portland.
A. M. Lara is a Bend visitor at the I
J. N. Burgess of Pendleton, member t
of the state senate from Umatilla coun
ty, is at the Imperial.
Ashabel Smith, Clatskanie potato
fancier. Is at the Perkins.
W. H. Goodenough Is registered at 1
the Cornelius from Camas, Wash.
Rollin Holllday of Hemet, Cal., Is!
registered at the Nortonia.
A. H. Edwards of Vancouver, B. C,
is at the Portland.
H. J. "Van Ness is a Eugene visitor
at the Carlton.
C. S. Gauntlettt of Gold Beach Is !
at the Imperial.
J. W. Simmons of Seaside is at the j
G. W. Robinson is registered at the i
Perkins from Olney.
O. W. Rawlins of Salt Lake is at
Miss E. A. Moran of Glacier National
park Is a guest at the Portland.
John Nielson of Bandon Is at the
Mr. and Mrs. H. Dickson of Dallas
are at the Portland.
Mrs. W. H. Ward and Mrs. Robert
McCrow are Goldendale visitors at the !
F. T. Rogers Is registered at the
Carlton from Pasco, Wash.
W. F. McGregor is an Astoria vis
itor at the Imperial.
LETTERS which reach me indicate
that many middle-aged women
are much annoyed by enlarged
pores which give them a poor com
plexion. In many instances, I am
are, they are suffering from indis
cretions or ignorance.
You will usually find that women
who are troubled with enlarged pores
make generous use of face powder.
They attempt to cover the blemishes
i filling the pores with flesh-colored
powders. And who can blame them?
But they should not permit the pores
if become clogged with powder. Very
often the liberal use of powder with
out the frequent cleansing of.the skin
leads to the annoyance of extended
UncleantineRs Is one of the primary
causes of enlarged pores. This Is a
statement which may prove offensive
to those who are annoyed in this way
but it Is a fact. If a majority of
those who are offended will go over
their daily aohedules they will learn
that I make no misstatement of fact.
Of course, there are various causes
for enlarged pores. They range over
wide territory. One of the most com
mon, however, is uncleanliness. The
Washing of the face' is an Important
Operation. It Is intended to remove all
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J Today Aid to Beauty
V An especially fine shampoo tor this
weather, one that dissolves and en
tirely removes all dandruff, excess oil
and dirt, can easily be made at trifling
expense- by simply dissolving a tea
spoonful of canthrox in a cup of hot
water. Pour slowly on scalp and mas-
' sage briskly. This creates a soothing,
cooling lather. Rinsing leaves the scalp
' spotlessly clean, soft and pliant, while
the hair takes on the glossy richness
of natural color, also a fluf fin ess which
makes it seem much heavier than it Is.
After a canthrox shampoo, arranging
. ths "hair is a pleasure. (Adv.)
traces of dust from the skin and pores.
Hot and warm applications have a
tendency to open the pores. Hot and
warm applications used first and then
followed by an astringent is a very
good treatment, after which a little
powder may be dusted on without any
The face should be thoroughly
cleansed once a day at least. The
surest way to cleanse it is to use hot
water and a good soap. The tem
perature of the water should be regu
lated by the quality of the skin. Some
skins are so delicate In construction
that hot water Irritates and injures
them. Others are of a stronger fiber
and can stand the strain of hot water.
The best temperature is not difficult
When the face is thoroughly
cleansed and all traces of dust and
powder are removed, an astringent
should be applied. It is not necessary
that this should be powerful. Fre
quently all that is demanded is a
dash of cold or chilled water. When
the pores are closed powder can be
used without clogging them. '
It Is carelessness In the matter of
washing that often leads to the en
largement of the pores. Some women
ih their haste will powder their noses
and cheecka when all they need Is a
real thorough washing. This is a
dangerous practice, for It is at the ex
pense of the complexion. Powder
should only be used as a dust remover
In cases of necessity or emergency,
but so long as the skin Is clean it can
be applied with frequency to freshen
the cheek and keep the ahlne from
To the clogging of the pores is due
many facial blemishes. Nature re
bels against the filling of these minute
passages with foreign substances. It
continually attempts to keep the chan
nels through which poisonous matters
are expelled from the system free
from obstructions. - Very often pim
ples are due to conditions of this sort.
Such pimples frequently leave marks
which are very difficult to overcome.
When the skin of the face Is not well
drained of the substances of whicn
the system is attempting to rid Itself
the. system Is attempting to rid Itself
a good complexion is an Impossibility.
If . you are .troubled by enlarged
pores try the simple process of clean
ing them thoroughly and i frequently.
When they are rid of foreign sub
stances -us an astringent Try a mild
astringent first very cold water If
nothing better is at hand and if this
is not effective use something mors
Remember that a clean skin is the
first, essential to a .good complexion,
and the use of astringents without the
existence- of condition - will not prove
GOLDEN GATE COFFEE
tri i u n mM z m-A
If there's a finer
bound book than 70a
have you "want it.
If there's a more
expensive motor car
than you have you
If there's a hand
somer suit than you
have you want it.
There's no better
coffee than you
drink when you
45c Coffee 45c Quality
J. A. FOLGER & CO.
the biscuit of a
Favored by the hostess when
ever she's most particular; the
delight of the whole family at
hungry-time; appreciated for
its nourishing properties by
mothers of tiny infants it's
the biscuit for YOU. 10c
at all good shops and grocery
Th Daylight Factory
jKEr II II II II II '"VX
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and Soda Fountain in
the Basement Under
price Store. Cool,
refreshing drinks of
all kinds. Ice Cream
in cartons to take
Oils, WortoaM & Efljiflj
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
Pacific Phone Marshall 4800 Home Phone A-6231
served in the Base
ment from 1 1 to lift
daily. A good place to ,t
meet your friends andv
enjoy an appetising
A Feast off Baurfflafag
In the Basement Underprice Store Wednesday
No Telephone or Mall Orders Filled for Hourly Sales
Demonstrating the underprice Supremacy of the Basement Store, tomorrow we
inaugurate a series of Hourly Sales that will crowd this popular shopping place
throughout the day. At the stroke of the gong each hour, beginning at a
o'clock there will be five extraordinary bargains offered at prices not to be
duplicated in all Portland. All items advertised will be -on display and sold
ONLY DURING HOUR SPECIFIED, and no phone or mail orders filled
for any article advertised. Shop in the Basement Wednesday. Come and stay
all day ! You'll find hundreds of opportunities to save on personal, home needs. s
Trading Stamps Given With Purchases-Don't Forget to Ask tor Yours
9 to 10 A. M.
Basement Underprice Store
10c SHELF OILCLOTH, 5c YARD Ex
cellent quality shelf Oilcloth in assorted
patterns and colors. Limit, 10 yards to
a customer; 10c Oilcoth on sale pf
from 9 to 10 a. m. at Special, yard tlC
10c TOILET PAPER, 6 FOR 25c IOO0
sheets to the roll and splendid quality.
Limit, 20 rolls to a customer; 10c
Toilet Paper on sale for one OCn
hour, 9 to 1 1 a. m., Special, 6 tor JC
WOMEN'S 25c BRASSIERES 10c Made
from good materials, nicely trimmed
and perfect fitting. Sizes from 36 up to
44. Not more than 5 to a cus- " A
tomer; 2Sc Brassieres Special at XUC
$1.00 AND $1.25 SILKS 50c YARD For
one hour, from 9 to 10 a. m., we will
sell genuine Imported Pongee Silk of
excellent quality, 34 inches Cri
wide, at very Special, the yard OUC
WOMEN'S 35c KNIT PANTS 17c Spring
weight, loose knee, trimmed with pretty
lace, or tight knee. All sizes. Limit,
4 pairs to a customer; 35c "J Hp
Pants from 9 to 10 a. m., Special X I C
10 io 11 A. M.
Basement Underprice Store
WOMEN'S 50c, 75c GLOVES 25c PAIR
1600 pairs in this big lot, 16-button
length Lisle Gloves and short Silk
Gloves. Nearly all sizes. Black, OP
white, colors. One hour, 10 to 11 iO
WOMEN'S $1.25 HOUSE DRESSES 59c
Attractive styles, well made and good
grade materials; 300 dresses to go at
above price. All sizes. For one fTQ
hour; S1-S1.25 House Dresses JU
10c CURTAIN SCRIMS 5c YARD Ex
cellent quality Scrims, with neat bor
ders in various colors. Good assort
ment of patterns. Usual 10c
grade, on sale 10 to 11 a. m., yard
75c SILK CHIFFONS 29c YARD Dainty
printed effects in assorted designs and
colors for dresses and waists, 36 inches
1 wide. Good 75c grade, on sale OQf
from 10 to 11 a. m. at, the yard!
WOMEN'S $1.25 NIGHT GOWNS 50c
Several hundred of these to be disposed
of in one hour, 10 to 11 i. ro. Attrac
tractive styles. Some are slightly Kf
soiled; 11-11.25 Gowns, Special OUC
11 A. M. to 12
Basement Underprice Store
WOMEN'S 2Mc VESTS AT 7c Swiss
ribbed Summer Vests, low neck and
sleeveless, nicely finished. Shown in
sizes 4, 5 and 6. Pure white. H n
Splendid I2!c Vests for one hour I C
50c BED SHEETS, SPECIAL 35c-T2x90
Sheets of excellent quality sheeting,
neatly hemmed ready for use. Limit,
6 to a customer. On sale one QK I
hour. 11 to 12 m. Priced Special OUIi
WOMEN'S 65c APRONS 43c Coverall
style, made from standard quality per
cales in light and dark colors. Full
sizes. Limit, 3 to a Customer; JO
65c Aprons, one hour, for onlyTtOv
BOYS' $3.50 WASH SUITS $1.00 Extra
special for one hour, 11 to 12, Boys'
Wash Suits of imported wash materlalsf
sizes 3 to 7 years. Usual ff
$3.50 grade. Very Special J)XIIU
WOMEN'S $1.50 WASH SILK WAISTS $1
On sale for one hour, 11 a. m. to 12.
Be on time, for this lot is limited. At
tractive styles. Shown in all '
sizes. Excellent l.5o Waists vl
12 to I P. M.
Basement Underprice Store
10c COTTON BATTS 5c White Sanitary
Cotton Batts, soft and clear. Put up in
8-oz. rolls. Limrt, 10 to a customer.
On sale for one hour, 12 to l Kg
10c Cotton Bats, Special at only t)v
75c EMBROIDERY FLOUNCINGS 29c
36 and 45-inch Embroidery Flouncings
in beautiful patterns for dresses, wahts,
underwear, etc.; 50c to 75c OQ
grades, on sale one hour at, yzrd&OK
WOMEN'S SATEEN PETTICOATS 49c
For one hour, 12 to l p. m., we will sell
Women's Black Sateen Petticoats, styled
with deep flounce, at the excep- AQ
tionally low price of choice frUl
MEN'S 50c WORK SHIRTS 29c At this
price for one hour only 12 to 1 p. m.
Excellent grade material, well made.
Quantity is limited. Not more OQg
than 3 to a customer'; 50c Shirts UC
WOMEN'S 10c KERCHIEFS 5c Scores of
dainty styles and fine, sheer mateiials.
Handkerchiefs such as ordinarily sell at
10c, offered for one hour, 12 to
1 p. m., Special at only, each Oi
1 to 2 P. M.
Basement Underprice Store
WOMEN'S 50c UNION SUITS 33c Just
the right weight for Summer wear.
Light or loose knee, and sleeveless.
Shown in lull range of sizes. QQp
Usual 50c Union Suits, on sale at OOC
WOMEN'S $1.25 KIMONOS 50c 265
Women's Long Kimonos in a phenome
nal one hour's sale. Attractive styles.
Figured lawns and challies. All PA.
sizes; $1.00 and $1.25 Kimonos Uvl
MEN'S 50c UNDERWEAR 27c For one
hour, l to 2 p. m.f Men's Summer
weight Shirts and Drawers in full assort
ment of sizes. Splendid 5oc Os
underwear, on sale at, garment
50c BOX STATIONERY 19e Be prompt,
for we have but 280 boxes. Linen
finish paper and envelopes to match
good 5 Oc grade, on sale from 1 -
to 2 p. m., special at, the box J-OK
50c SILK STRIPE POPLINS 19c YARD
Very much in demand for Summer
dresses and waists. 27 inches wide.
Shown in vast assortment of "t Q
colors. Standard 50c grade, yard -LtC
2 to 3 P. M.
Basement Underprice Store
WOMEN'S $12.50 COATS $5.00 Just
70 Coats in this lot. All are desirable
new models for utility wear. Good
range of sizes. Coats ot $10 Jpr ff
to $12.50 grades, for 1 hour VtlvU
$1.00 AND $1.25 CORSETS 50c Royal
Worcester and other good makes. Odd
lines in various styles about 300 pairs
all told. Every size in the as- CA
sortment; $1 to $1.25 Corsets Oli
28-INCH APRON CHECKS, 6ic YARD
Standard Apron Checks in assorted size
checks and colors. Fast dye. For one
hour, 2 to 3 p. m., we will jell
, these at very special price, yard 01,
MEN'S 12 He HOSE 7c PAIR Limit, 12
pairs to a customer. Fast black and tan,
seamless, double heel and toe. Fine
soft cotton. Regular 12 Vic Hose,
on Special sale one hour at, pair It
WOMEN'S $4.50 VELVET SHOES $1.25
For one , hour only, 2 to 3 p. m.
Smart, up-to-date styles, good quality
velvet in assorted. colors. All rtC
. sizes. Usual $4.50 grade, pair pJ.sitJ
3 to 4 P. M.
Basement Underprice Store
25c FINE LACES 5c YARD Thousands
of yards dainty Laces, Insertions and
Edges, suitable for all purposes; grades
worth up to 25c, on sale for one ff
hour, 3 to 4 p. m., the yard tlC
WOMEN'S $1.50 WAISTS 69: Charming
new Spring and Summer styles. Excel
lent grade materials and nicely trimmed.
All sizes. Regular $1.25 and
$1.50 Waists, for one hour at 07U
29c WHITE FIBER SILK HOSE 17c All
sizes for women. Styled with fiber silk
boot, reinforced heels and toes. Full
range of sizes. Priced for one 1 H g
hour, 3 to 4 p. m. 29c Hose for JL I
12 He CRASH TOWELING 8c YARD
For one hour only at this price. Fine,
heavy crash, 17 inches wide. Full
bleached or half bleached Very
absorbent Splendid 124c Tbwel'g Ot
BOYS 50c UNION SUITS 33c Of Sum
mer weight balbriggan, perfect fitting
and nicely finished. Complete range
of sizes. Usual 50c quality, on
sale for one hour, 3 to 4, only OOv
T " '
4 to 5 P. M.
Basement Underprice Store
WOMEN'S $7.50 SILK WAISTS $2.98
Over 300 Beautiful Waists in this lot.
Silk crepe de chine, nets, laces, -chiffons,
et. Great many styles. JQ QQ
Excellent 5 to $7.50 Waists HUUO
GIRLS' 60c OVERALLS 39c At this
price for one hour only 4 to 5 p. m.
. Standard make blue Denim Overalls
with red, trimming. Sizes l to QQn
8. Usual 50c grade at, the pairOUC
WOMEN'S 50c BLOOMERS 29c Made
from good grade materials and shown
in black or white. Full assortment of
regular sizes. Women's 50c OQ
Bloomers. Priced Special at onIyC
GIRLS' $1.25 DRESSES 69c New Spring
and Summer styles in ages 6 to 14
years. Great many attractive models.
Plain colors, checks, plaids, etc. Qg
Usual $1.25 Dresses, one hour OIC
$1.25 SCRIM CURTAINS 69c White
and ecru, length iVi yards, regulation
width. Neatly finished. Only 285
pairs In this lot Excellent $1.25 ?Q
Curtains, Special at only, pair UJL
5 to 6 P. M.
Basement Underprice Store
12 He DOTTED SWISS 8c YARD For
dresses, waists, etc. 27 inches, wide
and fine, sheer quality. Swisses form
erly selling at 2xc, on sale for O
one hour, 5 to 6 p. m. Special, yd. Ot
WOMEN'S 25c NECKWEAR 5c Hun
dreds of pieces in this remarkable offer
ing. Some are soiled and mussed. Col
lars, vestees, etc., worth up to fT
25c, on sale for one hour at only OC
MEN'S $1.00 UNION SUITS 50c Great
one-hour sale Men's Summer weight
Union Suits. Short and long sleeves,
ankle length. Limit,- 3 to a cus- Kfl
tomer. All sizes; $l Union SuitsOUC
CHILD'S 20c STOCKINGS 10c Famous
"Rushline" Hose, a guaranteed stock
ing for boys and giris. Fast black. All
sizes 5 Vt to 10. Limit, 12 pairs - A
to a customer. Priced at. pair AUC
WOMEN'S $1.50 JULIETS 95c At this
price for one hour only 5 to 6 p. m.
Women's Juliets or Hospital Slippers,
rubber heel, plain or tip toe. QC
All sizes. Excellent $1.50 grade IO C
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Basement "All-Day" Sale Untrimmed Millinery
$1.98 Shapes $1.48
Basement LOT 1 Hat Shapes of imita
tion Panama, Hemps, Peanits and other
popular braids. Large sailors, poke effects,
rolling brims, drooping brims, etc., in black
and desirable colors. Shapes io this lot
worth up to $1.98. Priced for d"f AO
Wednesday's selling at .only O-LsTtO
$1 Hat Shapes 69c
Basement LOT 2 Every woman has need
for hats like these about the house and gar
den. Large and small styles fn good quality
straw braids. Many shapes are in black as
well as the leading colors, rose, tan, etc.
Shapes formerly selling to $l.00
sale Wednesday at this, price Vls ;
$3.75 Shapes $1.98
Basement Fine braids in Hemps, Milans
and Llsere, also novelty braids. Large black
sailors and the lighter straws. There are
also many smart shapes In the smaller styles'
turbans, back-tolls, etc. Shapes worth,
up to $2.75, priced for -Wednes- 1. QQ
"day's selllrfg at,' your choice vliIO
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