The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, March 25, 1919, Page 8, Image 8

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REVENUE DODGER
Vast PossibilitiesSeeii in Flying
Fcr Development of Ancient
Art. of Smuggling V ' A
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PLANES 'BECOMING COMMON
War Has TaugbttThousands How
To Fly and Chance for. Excite
ment.. Holds Appeal , for Many.
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CENTERS OF NEW REVOLT IN . GERMANY
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Jt . TasT a ACT . T r O a ... r.
peters of the alrt .Will they be the last
'word in the development of the an
il; cient brotherhood of revenue dodgers?
fThe question la 'not one to , build a
.'(. comic opera upon. Already aeronauts
Jljjon this side of the water who have the
t: vision of seers and forecast not with
J! out . reason a coming life In the air,
have seriously considered the possibility
;H;of rogues outwitting: the coast guards
m: by traveling the air lanes at night and
;JJ lending contraband safely ' within Brit
' ih territories. They picture the com
IfJ'ing smuggler not as the bewhiskered
t!i' ruffian with a knife, in hie belt and a
'U' handy cave for the storage of his goods,
til; but as a. leather-Jacketed air pilot, who
l"i scrapes the stars .with his fuselage
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I,; And Belgium and. volplanes down to a
-'j': trystlng place on . the English Eait I
,11 coast... . .; .
"!; After all. what is to prevent this
Iff.' startling development of an ancient
'Jl trade? Aeroplanes are becoming : as
Jj f common ' as autos were IS years ago;
'(1! the) f number-1' of nilota releannd .from
mjarmy, service will run into the thou
;J: sands, to nay nothing of the Increasing
IJ; number-- of civilians who will be-pro-'HjTided
with pilots' licenses now that fly
lng restrictions are about to be relieved
Jjj.of . Wartime rigors. -Aeroplanes them
Ifi selves are a drug on the market. .
- Aerial Police a Probability '
? It Is well within the theory of proba
ji, bilitiea , as an. authority on aeronautics
jl; pointed on t today, that of all these
til pilots, both Eaglish and French, a cer
;jtaln few will be attracted to the fine
Hi arc oi smuggling.
,tl'blUty of an aerial smugglers' crew so
Jj;far suggested is a duplication of the
lit; recently created New York police air
jj; force o a wider scale. In otherwordsj
'it: there should.be a coast patrol o flying
' !; revenue officers. ' One' speculative mind
suggests the use of aerial nets, an
'lchored between captive balloons along
,!I:the east coast to snare the contraband
It flyers. But this worthy does not estl
1,1 mate what length of net would -have
ivto be used..
,.!, - One would . say off-hand the breadth
Hi. of the net would be an important f ac
S.tor How high wouldy the nefarious
'vsmuggier-Dira nyi
The German cities starred on the ab ove map are the principal centers of
revolt aoainst ' lh 'JEbert jovernm ent. The .'railway line running from
Moscow through Smolensk, Minsk, VUna and into East Prussia is the
- one-the Spartacans hope' to .utilize in bringing Russian reinforcements
into Germany with Koenigsberg ns the point of arrival.
Which suggests ahother odd phase of
City of Klamath C
Falls Is I Running
Behind in Funds
Klamath Falls,' March 25. The . treas
ury of tho city of Klamath. Falls is
running short of funds to met current
expenses. - 1 t
At a special meeting' of the city coun
cil a resoluaon was passed directing the
city treasurer to transfer temporarily
into the general fund of the city for the
remainder of this fiscal year the money
now coming in from the 1918 taxes, in
tended for use during the. next fiscal
year. , . ' v..,y.; . ; ,- - - .
The meeting also adopted a' resolution
calling for a special election of tax pay
ers at an early date for the purpose of
authorizing the counclr to take steps
necessary to remedy the situation.
. dithrf nnnt-war aeronautical nuestJon now
'ji.belng discussed. How high In the air iJust retrfloutlon? in thte reflection.
goes the ownership of ground beneath I
it? If a man posts his property with
a "no flying" sign, has he a claim j
against an aeronaut who skims over
the eafcred domain i at a height of 6000
feet?
Flying Unhampered by Law
Of course, there's nothing , in Black
atone about flying torts and aeronau
tical trespass, and : English law has no
precedents to guide it. Heaven, per
haps, will protect the first flying man
who finds himself haled, into court on
a civil summons arising out of an issue
of violation of property, rights. Cer
tainly he'll have grandchildren before
he has a decision. .
Sober aeronautical enthusiasts look to
the government to establish rules of the
air which, shall fix various lanes for
this and that type of traffic and mark
the limits of these lanes by balloon
buoys. Joy riders, they say, Bhotld be
relegated to the highest routes, where
there'llbe jiobody but their kind to
cause trouble. Anyway, they'd fall far
ther than anvbodv else if thev came to
I grief, and the solid British mind sees
Woman "of; Milton
Of 93; Celebrates
Birthday at Home
- Milton, March, 25. Mrs,, Susan , Butts,
grandmother 'of B. V. Walker, O.-W. R.
A N. agent for" Mflton-Freewater, cele
brated her. 93d birthday-last week. Mrs.
Butts was -born: 1A-J(.82 in Wellington,
Canada, and leamatojMiKojr last year
to make her? home1 With her daughter.
Mrs. Benson. Ji: recentlon was tendered
her at thehome of Mrs, Sarah Clark,
and a well! filled " purse was presented
to her, by those present. A - banquet
was served at the noon hour and afine
program -was given- - " . ;
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, Church Orchestra'; Eutertained
Milton," March 25. The. Christian
church orchestra was entertained Satur
day evening at the home of Mrs. Ada
Talbert, the guests of honor being Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Johnson, who are
leaving this week for their ranch at
Devon, Mont. j
Ohiloquin Eesident
And Klamath FaUs
Woman Are Married
Klamath Falls, March 25. John B.
Cox and Mrs. Mabel Kirby of this city
were married Friday In the Klamath
Jewelry company store In this city. Mr.
Cox is employed "by the Modoc -Lumber
company at Chiloquin,- 82 miles north
of here. When the couple had pur
chased the wedding ring at the store
they learned that Justice f the Peace
N. J, Chapman was out i tne city ior
the day nd asked Manager H. J. Win
ters ot the: iewelry company for assist
ance. . Mr. Winters called to Rev M. C.
Rossman of ' the Lttthern ' church . and
the knot was soon tied.
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AN N O U NiG E M E NT I
Real :Piaiio Bargains
Our New . Store
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Opposite First
National Bank
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106 Fifth Street
Sale
In brder to make room fof new
stock ordered, we . have decided to
place on sale all our' sample pianos :
and player-pianos, and all slightly
used and rebuilt instruments.
The opportunity you
have been waiting for.
Included in this sale are the fol
lowing well-known makes: Chick
crinjc, Hobart M. Cable, Hazelton
Bros.4 i Kohler & Campbell, Pease
and' many othersr Read cf refully
this, list below, then visit our piano
department and see for yourself, as -
'only a few of the: jpiany bargains aje listed. ;
;1 practice piano, mahogany case; Just the
instrument for. a beginner. .
Special price . . . . . . - , . . . . . , 5AO I
.1 upright piano, oak ease, fully, guaranteed,
(used), original value 300. ; QQ
; No v f i . . . . V . . . OXOO
1- Hazelton Bros. p.ano, full size, QOQfl
mahogany case (used) i . . V ' &VJ,
. 1 mahoganytfpiano,, ; latest style i flOOET
I ' case, sample model, now . . ... vJsdtdt
r I -Hudson i piano,., fumed oak case, CQQK
' brand riew? Special price. i wuuO,
1 .Pease piano, slightly used, walnut case,
. standard size,, original value fiJOOK
jtsso. riow $Se2u.
,,-1 . Kohler & Campbell piano, demonstration
- model, brand new, orignal v Qqj j:
i .value 400. Now special at... tDOtD
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1 upright piano, standard size,,: dull finish
oak case, original, value 3 So. J?OQC
A bargain at io&OD
l upright 88 - note ; player-piano, mahogany
, case, slightly used, original-, COFC
value 47Si- Now
i Lawson 88 note player-piano, mahogany,
beautiful tone, improved action,: CA
original value J700. V Now.y iD'DJ
1 Kohler & Campbell player-piano quarter
sawed English oak, demonstra- flJIQpr
tion , model. Specially priced at tOTtaO
. CABINET PLAYERS; '
We have included in this sale several cab
inet players of standard make which can be
attached to any piano which' we offer at
prices ranging from; 1S up on 5 monthly
payments.,
Payments $5 Per Month and Up
FOLEY. & VAN DYICE
106 Fifth Street
. Opposite :
First National Bank '- ' ,
Visit Our MJ-
ment
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VANT INTERNATIONAL
COMMISSION TO DEAL
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WITH RHINE
PROBLEM
Question Too Complicated i for
" Solution of the Peace Con- ;
ference. .
Special Cable to Th loaraal sad tba Chleace
v IMOf Nwi. . i i '
(Cepyrlcbt, 191. kjr Cbleaae Daflr Kewa Co.)
Paris, March 25. The important de
cision has been taken by the committee
on porta, harbors and waterways to subt-
rest to the peace conference the organ
ization "of an . international commission
to deal with the navir&tion of the' Rhine
and to meet within a year following; the
signing of peace. i The supposition Is
that it will meet immediately- after that
event. The committee found tne ques
tion so complicated that ; it t decided the
most important issues only or,' a one
member expressed it, we found it im
possible to5 settle the fate ' of ; all the
waterways in the world la "onereek.
The organization of " this ' mmission
establishes a precedent for the formation''
of other similar bodies for continuous
work after the 'conference adjourns. It
Is expected that the Rhine will he opened
to the free navigation of the nations
whose territory , is contiguous to the
river. The attempt of the Alsatian man
ufacturers to have the committee grant
them complete rights to - water power
and thas extending the French terri
tory to: the right bank of the Rhine is
expected to faiL The committee Is also
against the Belgian project of compel
ling the Germans to help build a canal
to connect the Rhine with Antwerp and
farcing German trade through that wat
erway instead of to Rotterdam.' Th Kiel
forcing German trade through that wat-
way not subject to international con
trol but It will be opened to the com
merce of all nations in time of peace.
The question of opening the Scheldt
was not dealt with, by the committee be
cause it involves Holland and hence
must come before a special commission
ofthe League of Nations.; The question
of the Danube is still in abeyance but
it is extremely -probable that a com
mission to deal with it will be revived.
'Hindy' Fears Orient
, Will Conquer World
Berlin, March 26. Field Marshal von
Hindenburg believes that if the allies
crush Germany, Bolshevism will hold
sway until It is defeated by the yellow
races. This was one of the revelations
made Monday by Frau von Hindenburg,
sister-in-law of Von Hindenburg. He
shares-, the former kaiser's dread of the
"yellow peril." -.
Hero Uses Doughnut
For Life Preserver
' San Francisco, March 25. -Gus Ander
son, launch kipper, hearing the "man
overboard cry, rushed to the rail with
a life preserver in one hand and a
doughnut . in the other. , Excited, he
threw the doughnut blacking the drown,
ing man's eye. He then heaved the life'
belt ' ' w : -"
1XMEK BTANLKT, Holton, Kaa.
EDWIN OIU 8UXJR1). CkklwaU. Kaa.
artatat vs -. ..
DANIEL VeGtiXa, ilaws City, Pv
JOHN W. MITS8ER, AUhia. Va. .
DALEY POUTTTK. OMmioea, Mm
. 1MKOLD. A. RFCHARLMON, lMwta. Mk '
Mill O. NOVIOM, Ktematlt Patla, Or. ....
JAMES BVEC-Millmrton, Nb.
CHAKUC8 J. WATTE RS, Ufl7. Iowa. :
WILLIAM A Z1CH. Rccnit, N. D.
DIED PREVIOUS!. V HKPORTID MISSJNO
DAVID DTOTES. BomO, " Kaav
fpANK MATTIQLA. Prnrlno Chiati. IUIt.
NIGHT LIST
Waahiactmi. Uarob 23. In tha lirt of eanui-
ttm aoada poblie raatardar thcra ai U nna of
SI men, nona of whom ara from tlw facifio
NartawMt and none ara mnan of tba ma
rina eorpa. Tha lut k drrkied: .
Billed in actio . ..... ... .- S
Died from wound ... . S
Died of diaaaaa . . . .................. .31
Total . . ;
.87
ROLL OF HONOR
In tha Toll of hnoor mada oubllo today are
tha namaa of tha followinc men from tha Pacific
Northwest: - - 5
WOUNDED BEVERELT
Idaho
artata Matln - McBrtda, emersency addreas.
Mrs. L. A. McBrido, Spalding.
KILLED IN ACTION, PREVIOUSLY REPORT
ED atissina
PRIVATE PAUL BOVIOH. emercene? ad
dreas, Frank C. Burns, Klamath Falls.
Washington. March 25. The Hrt of easnal-
ties mads public today contains tha names of
BO men. none oi s wnom ara - mamoara oi u
marine corps. The casualties ara dirided :
I Med of accident and other causes .. . .-. . . 5
Died of disease' 11
Wounded serenely 2
Wounded (degree undetermined) .......... 8
Wounded alishtly 15
Total
ARMY CASUALTIES
DIED OP ACOIDENT AND OTHER CAUSES
Corporal
JOHN SMITH, New Brooklyn, 8. C. .
Privates
' JAMES P. KING, Bond. Ky.
WILLIAM MANN1N, Sandy Hook, Xj.
3 OS NELSON, Koo. Ark.
CHARLE8 ROXLAND, New Tork.
KILLED IMPACTION, PREVIOUSLY REPORT
ED WOUNDED SEVERELY
- Private
- WILLIAM T. STEINUATJEB. Brooklyn, N.T.
KILLED IN ACTION, PREVIOUSLY REPORT.
ED WOUNDED Degree Undetermined)
Private : r .
JOSEPH EEITZ. Philadelphia. Pa. i
DIED, PREVIOUSLY REPORTED' WOUNDED
tuaflras wnaaMraiineaj
" . Cerperal
HAKRT WALLER., Philadelphia, Pa.
KILLED IN ACTION. PREVIOUSLY REPORT
ED MISSINQ
Sefwaants
; WILSON" CARLIbL. iJKlCE. Lawrence, Kan.
ITS WEAR
THAT C
, SHOE
Lira,
S YOUR
EXPEIISE
ARMY CASUALTIES
-. - Coreerm!
BEKNAED F. KENNY, Hemlock. Mich.
. '. Privatea
' IGNATZTS SAMOLINSKI. Mltwaukee. Wis.
JACOB riTKKRMA.V. Bronklrn, N. T.
DIED FROM WOUNDS
; Prtvataa -
litTPO ANTONELLL Hons. Italv.
WILLIAM H. POHNMAN, Prairia du Chien,
WILLIAM A. 8TSTEN, Tork. Heb.'
Watch for Short
Weights, Warning
Given House wives
Salem, - March;, 25. W. A. Dalziel,
deputy state sealer of weights and
measures, today Issued a warning to
fuel dealers and merchants who are
selling short weights or abort measure
ments, as he said investigations of
complaint along this line are being
made and prosecutions wOl follow.
Complaints have been received by
the department about short measure
ments in wood and coal,, and Mr. Dal-
fciel says he is investigating each case
and prosecutions against certain of
fenders already have been begun. Other
dealers are warned that no short meas
urements of wood or coal will be tol
erated, he announces. -
' As the season is approaching when
people will be laying in their year's
supply of fuel, Mr. Dalziel says he will
be glad to receive complaints from any
one who suspects shorts measurement.
Complaints are also being received.
he says, relative to ; the short weight
of package '.goods sold by grocery
stores, arid he urges theT housewife to
makeS sure - that she" is receiving full
SINN FEINER ESCAPES '
v fROM BRITISH JAIL
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The Irish ' situation vt as further com
plicated recently by the announce
ment that John Milroy, one ot tho
.most important leaders of the Sinn
Fein, ' had escaped from Lincoln
Prison, where he was- being, held
by the British In connection with
his activities In behalf of an Irish
republic. His whereabouts ore un
known.
Lumber Interests
Support "Four Ls"
Aberdeen, Wash., March 25. Repre
sentatives of the lumber interests of
Grays Harbor county met here Monday
and pledged support to the Loyal Legion
of Lumbermen and Loggers.
Chancellor Praises
Mayor Ole Hanson
Chicago. . March i& U. P.) Mayor
Ole Hanson of Seattle was praised in an
address here by Chancellor J, -1L Kirk
land of Vanderbllt university, Nashville,
Tenn. - The latter said : TThe greatest
problem , we ' have to face la whether
America aa nation shall endure, ."he
uprising at Seattle was surely an at
tempted beginning or a revolution, we
have caufe for thankfulness for the
forcefulness of Hanson.' . w ,
, ' "Fortune Hunter Grabs Cash'
Los Angeles, March 25. An unidenti
fied man heard how big fortunes were
built on small investments. He bought
a 10 cent cake of soap from George
Trambo, druggist, and grabbed 960 from
the cash register. .
Woman's Skeleton Found .
. Calder. B. C. March 2S. The tolice
are mystified over the , identity bf the
skeleton of a woman : uncovered here
Sunday, buried in the garden spot of a
weight in her purchases, and if she
does not to notify his department..
"Merchant are warned that they aire
liable to prosecution If they : sell or
offer to sell short weight articles," he
says. . '- ' : rf' '"; :--'::x- :-;.'-' .-.
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. Are you looking for a -CLASSY
LITTLE GARAtSE???
If you are you will bs
interested in the one that
M. A. Ernest, 1156 Union.
Avenue North, keeps-;
( (in his window) )IJ And
if you will just step
inside you 11 not only
find NUTTY .FORDS in
marvelous array but all
kinds of "GOOD THINGS TO '
EAT" in the way of NUT
HOUSE NUTS! ! I DROP IN and .
buy a dime's worth to give
yourself atreatand
show Mr. Ernest you
appreciate his keeping .
such a fine stock on hand.
Yours for 5 . 400 , 000 , 00 .
returned soldier. Tlie soldi. ! was t:tU
ing around a large rock wbea r-i suovet
brouajht to llgrht tlie bones of a lar
woman perhaps 25 or 40 years cf age.
Two bullet holes wera f our.3 la the
skull. All indications point to jaurfler.
which may have been committed as long
as 12 years ago. r
Stops Tilediciiie
HeallhRecovercdby
Internal Batli
Mr. A. Csarnecki. 037 Montgomery st. 6sa
franeiseo, -Cal., writes Tyrrells- llyiisola ImU-
tuu ol New York as follows;
-I aenst admit that tha use of tha V. B. 1
Casrade' has cured my chranio eormtlpsttun from
which I suffered. Store Mty 12. 1813. I hare
Beyer area tasted any kind of patent medicine
or purestiTC. My health la excellent in crery
rSSPtci."
v. Orer half mlllioa bright, ' keen, intelligent
Americans line found that Internal B tblng to
mora essential to their health than external
bathe
; Have found that, uted occasionally at night,
they feel like different people tha next morning. .
Ko more of that bilious, tired, nervoua feeling,
but liaring by Nature's own cleanser antiseptia
warm water removed all the poisonous wants
from tha lower intestine, they awake thoroughly
refreshed by normal sleep, with all their func
tions acting . properly, clear-headed. hatpr and
confident, eager and capable for the duties of
the day.
: Why not learn more about this rapidly grow
ing and. natural 'practice t The "J. It. V. Cas
cade" to tha invention of Chas. A. Tyrren. M. 1 .
of New Tork, a srcillt on internal bath for
33 years, and Is now being shown and explained '
by Woodard. Clarke aV t'o.'s drug store in Port
Wnd, Or.l who will sirs you free on request
an Interesting booklrt on the subjeot,- rslled
-Why Man of Today Is Only 60 Tr Cent Kffi
elent." Adr.
Thought 3 Little Children
Needed Mother's Care
"My stomach suffering, was so severe
that X could not have1 lasted much
longer. I did not care so much for
myself but did not want to leave my
three little children who needed a
mother's love and care. : A counln in
California .wrote me about Mayrs Won
derful Remedy and I took a course of
it. I have since been entirely well."
It is . a Jplmple, harmless preparation
that removes the catarrhal mucUs from
the intestinal tract and allays the In
flammation which causes practically all
stomach, liver and intestinal ailment;
Including appendicitis.' One dose will
convince or money refunded. Drusglsts
everywhere. rA.dv.
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sday, Is "Dollpir Day at Siistosi
Our Store Is Filled With
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Save Your Dollars by Spending Them The More You Spend the More You Save!
we. w. fans. ' " , at a ' m 1 . fa ' m-mj f m
IJoUar JJay JtSargams, uathered rrom rar and near.
Steppiflfif on small pieces of. hot
metal, wafldng oh sharp chips of steel,
standing in hot sandthese, and other
harsh conditions, of walking surfaces,
in a steel plant, have no apparent ef
fect on Neolin Soles. So says'R. J.
Doty, plant superintendent of the
Sivyer Steel Casting Company, Mil
waukee, Wisconsin.
Ttot best oak tanned leather soles
last about three weeks under the abuse
given them in the foundry, tfhile I
have been wearing a pair of Neolin
Soles for more than three months. And
to all appearances, they are as stout
as when first put on my shoes,' says
fontyeclia- Soles can resist wear
and abuse like this. They are created
by Science to be very tough and dur
able flexible and waterproof, too.
To reduce your own shoe expense, and
to cut the family shoe bills, buy Neclin
soled : shoes. You can get them in
niany styles iot. men, women, ana
And have Your worn shoes re-bot
tomed with Neolin Soles.- - These kme
wearine soles ate manufactured by The
L Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co, Akron,
41 TT TtATT tliO Hand Clothes Wringers ft l Daisy Air Rifles Regular ts-
llluH lllll I IX H ReKuIar 1.25; made of !S I l.2S every boy wtnts I
VlILl lVllJurill charcoal tinj double seamed - one jf M.
' Alarm Clocks Regular riM Casserole Set Regularly l l
$1.50 Bleached Sh-ta 1 J clocks; good time- J 10.pecc sets. . . . . Jh 1
72x90 size; welded seams; I keepers : V v V
made " of round-thread Y . ' ' :
sheeting; 4 to a customer K -fl TTTTTTT' ft H
aScPercala-Cr.! Vv I - . XOX. R
percales in fle-i I mw n y- J7 1 "7SUL A 7U tl JL ,
s and colors - IXI V
- . glU . 1. "C i 4 i t...-. h..e IP 1 .
A m Cmrsm. SusraT It POUnas "aV I - ,T laB " T" I I
s Ki -..till for ,r..vs, vaj
, n.' ..J.p.ni,f nll'l 7 Cans SalmonOlympic aV I 1
. we vs- -la. .11 ,1
' Caps : I jmik nix vr rrT
. S Can Tomatoes, isolden I -rystai - whim ooaps zu f I '
vat-CI .Uk. extra standard .v $ 1 , tor 1.
h'T. ' ... di '4 Cans Pimentoes Cur d t
12 lbs. Rice No. 1 Sum, Ha I ;.' cnm. hnii. TV I
fljl., forks' v oz. cans ; . . .
7 Cans Com, Peas, of V 1 8 Cans Holly Rica, Mflk Qa 1
tffft H . Beans, extra standard. . . . V . and Raisin. . . . . . . . .. . . T
5 . rV 5l,rr C i e lb.. Cookl..: peanut t 1
.cani r..f. .::"r..:..:::vAT,ndwich; 1.,
4 Yards
inch dress
sirable pattern
3 Yards 50c Souatte 32
Inch mercerized solsette in
black only; a bargain....
3 Yard 65c Sateens 36-
inc mercerized sateen In
green only, hunter and re-
. seda
To $2.25 Bung-alow Aprons.
Fine percale aprons in uood
Colors j ,2 to si customer . .
Five .Turkish Towel 25 C
to 3 5c towels, 16x34 size;
bleached; red borders . i . .
Three 50c Bath Towel
18x36, heavy bleached
Turkish bath .towels; one
j dozen to a customer
3 Pra. Women's 65c Hose.
Silk lisle hose in black and
. colors. v" i ' -
Men's to $3.50 Hat -Mal-loryahd
otherjmakesi . . .
Men's to $2 ShirU Stand
, ard makes; good styles. .. ..
5 Pairs Men's Socks Reg
ular 2$c values ....
7 Pairs Canvas Glove
Wonderful values. .
Men's and Boy
jn:So values for
ONE DOLLAR
Women's High Shoes
" Fates and rials T?eatnerii
JLace or Button.
Women's Low Shoes
and Pumps v
Doll or Patent jLeatberi.
Misses' and Children's
High Shoes, Pumps
and Mary Janes
Boys' and Youths' Shoes
Men's Button Shoes
Patent Leathers Cloth Toss.
All ef the above are abort Use
and "close-oata." Home are slightly
-water damaged, but all are goperla
tlre vaiae for
Lucky
Smoking;
cans for
Bull
ages
TOBACCO Star, Horse rt 1
Shoe, Climax, Penn's Thick. TV I
12 cuts for. ............ V
r Strike . Roll Cut "t
ing; I6.cent cans. J'
I Dnrham 10-oz. pack- (l
j; 10 packages for . . . . t 1
Mail Pouch. 12 packages CV
for . . .. if JL
Sweet . Caporal Cigarette, 0
10 packages for. ."g
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CIGARS Little Bobbie (
and Schiller's Smoker. 20 L-
V
3 Men's
ues . . .
Belts 75 c
$1.75 Muslin Petticoats
Good quality muslin, with
wide embrojdery flounce
$1.50 Envelope Chemises.
Fine muslin, embroidery
. trimmed; all sizes. ... . . . .
ONE DOLLAR!
-Quart Olive , Oil k;urtiss
,Pure California
cigars for
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Ohio, who also make w ingloot Heels
guaranteed 4q outlast all other heels.
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