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2iL2TATCSlUN; SALEM, OKEGOIV
THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 13. 1922
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aryEconbmv! All Broken
afiWIiichlWe Have Only OneTwo or
ling-rAll In Ihis Sale, and You Will
:icf Wometfs Apparel
f Ihe interesting things about
Iiiglvscle garmenteone or
drl:2d at tHe
tb:::2 garment .that will suit your
y!forit will be far less than, regular
xrand dollars! , :.
ccstiacrs to save
irijj Eisart coats.
and liege. All are
p wil be especially
ptici for they are
of v .
of Yard Goods
Far Street or Afternoon
Only nine suits in this small lot,
but every one a wonderful value.
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Hi f ( ! .:..' ! - -.1.:,', .. i ,.--- :
Tweeds, Homespuns -and a Serge
or two. Colors delft, rose, beige,
navy "and brown. - Mostly small
1! Choose Early : 'x' 1 .'
40-inch" Mallinson's "Here and; There" tfQ QC
Sport Silk.. July' Clearance $DVD
40-inch jMallinson's "Pussy Willow" fcQ A A
Sport Cepe. July Clearance, yard-
40-inch Ulallinson's "Whip-or-Will" QC
Sport Skirting. July Clearance VTT
'i . (''Mi; - if :, ! . :
40-incb "Fan-ta-Si" Sport Silk Skirting. tf0 OA
July Clearance, yard .L
40-inch: Striped "Rushanara" Sport Silk. . d9 OA
July Clearance , . vvi
40-inch "Khaki Kool" Sport Silks.
July Clearance .
39-inch "Baronet" Satin, colors navy, tan OP
and black July Clearance
30-inch Sport Pongees, in all shades.
July Clearance yard ;
36-inch Silk and Cotton Poplin, figured
and plain. July Clearance, yard ;
.... , ; ; . ,
, . ny Hat in our Millinery Section
Gleauraway of Woolens
All wool Challies, stripes and figures."
July Clearance, yard - i.--.
3G-inch Haid Skirtings, 55 percent WooL
July Clearance, yard .
Former Values to $1250 None Reserved.
Trimmed and Banded Sailor
cur choice, only
44-inch all wool Sport "Woolens.' New Sport AC
.shades. July Clearance, yard - vfLUU
54-meh all wool Flannel Coatwps. ' All the new shades
luviuucu. .' uijr vicaiauvc)
54-inch Sport Crepons.
yard , - .
54-inch Checked Suiting.
43-inch all wool Fancy Dress
54-inch all wool Sport Skirtings.
July Clearance, yard "
:i Leather Oak
;ned Soles'. All
-tHer Heels and
; Jen's Sox
W clad Sox," inade
t Sin est Maco . yarns ;
in Beach and White.
, 'yiizes. : . V..'
Grouped, for Quick
All odd hosiery must
go. W have amalga
mated several ane$ 01
broken sues into a Dig
irrouo. You will find
wonderful hosiery econ
omy among these, we
have p'riced them dras
tically for immediate
selling. ' - ' I
' Youll find ; jUlialn
Silks, Chiffons, neto
and other fancies.. CoV
i 'n.U taxim orrV
beige, andblack.-r -
We'll also present a
groop of Fibre Silks and
Lisle that -Ul ton
money. Everr Par r; Per
feet. Every pair guaran
teed to give jrou satisfac
tory service. :
filled same day as re
ceived. Competent personal
shopper wiU fill your
All Parcels Mailed
i Postage Prepaid
6 bars for
Lemon Face Cream
AdeU GarHsofa Haw Ptutf at
REVELATION OR A WIFE
CHAPTER NO. 70
WHAT RITA BROWN SUGGEST
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m instant. '
"Da yon mean to say that yoa
people came off without' bringing
any iwnch for an emergency Kke
this?" This was ' the amlng
question or rather emand which
fhe j'ang at me, her face ei press
ing aionlshed resentment.
Half In Fan.
she had finistusi look at mo
with mockias deference. :
Woul4 yon object very ma3f
if I put on this wonderfareloak?"
she asked, pieking up the WTap
lit. Graatiand had brought for
my long drive. "The aisles are
apt to be draughty.'! (
(To be eoatinaed.)
"We brought things for, the
baby, of course.? I returned cold-
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There was no lnd'catlon inL 018 Mrunea brand of milk
fi r.,..,!,.,... .k.. i.. in thermos bottles, a tiny emexg-
ency stove for heatimr It . and
had recognUed ns. I knew that, .j,,- ty,
his natural delicacy would make takes every day. But except for
him pretend this, fearing that some fruit and crackers which
mi is row n and I would be em- my mother-in-law always takes
barra.sed by our kimonos andlwIth her, we have no lunch with
boadior caps. Therefore, as htsln.
oaca: aisappearea arouna me ..Xo DossIbUilv of rrandmaw o
corner of the car corridor I wa U.b- hala an extra oranc or
friB1J- Hea lo ner B cracker or bit of milk Is there?"
Ible amused snicker from tUhe said with Jocular insinuation
wuuu ycvrmB over mv anouiu- -v..h T vnow v.l4 ..,-
little reality.- Indeed, if she had
i been given unsuspected access to
the supplies of either the baby
or- my frail mother-in-law 1 was
sure that she would unhesitating'
ly have satisfied her own hunger
from their portion.
"Not the slightest chance In the
With a hasty "thank yon- o
the porter, I dismissed him and
close the door. Rita Brown was
gazing at me with a malicious
"3o-o." she drawled. "T deah
Majah was planning to see LI
country1 caplul.' Isn't it tarri
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Former Vlce-Preatdent Marshall
la making a tour of Europe. And
he is bating a tine time. "After
all 13 said and . done.' it must be
admitted. that Thomas Riley la an
amootln'a cusa. 3 , j. j,
Mrs. Peter Oleaon the Demo
cratic candtdtte tor the Senate In
Minnesota, la distributing boxes
of candy among the voters. Her
campaign expense bill la likely to
be a fright and place the New
berry figures tn the discard. TV,
Apply Salphwr mm Told Wbe t
! Voir 8kla llreaka utt
', Any! breaklagout 6t the' shin
on face.neck,; arms or .body U
overcome attkkeat by applying
Meat ho - Sulphur. The pimple
seem v to dry right up and go.,
away,' declares a noted skin spec
taltscv .rr -i X:iy
. Nothing, has ever been found :
to j take the place of aulphur as a
pimpto remover. It is 'harmlesa
and " Inexpensive. Jat ak any
drngfitt tot a small Jar of Itowlea
Meatho-Sulphur and use it like',
cold rream. Adv.-- - s
ble that the "best laid Diana itana 1 wor'd " 1 answered promptly.
aft so agley?" "My mother-in-iaw la the gnara
lan ot the larder, and aa she is
Miss Brtwn la Hungry. I always foreseeing the alow atari
vation of Iter grandson because
s 1 have never fought a harder of some food emergency, you may
battle in my life than the one of I be very sure it would be a hope-
tae next few seconds. In which II less task to xorage in mai oirec-
vanqsiabed the almost lrre3itti- tlon
ble desire to box Rita . Brown's I "Shem double the ruards when
ears t-oundly and turn her out oflghe realises the slowness ot this
the drawlnr-room which mvlrtn ih. nmmntAd with a
a4i . . I
iamer uaa seenrea ror me, Dut flippancy that I guessed was
saaro in which I had offered t meant to conceal from me the
her.That I was able immediately tact that she, had been in earn
afterward to school my voice tol-. wn .h. iim1 ahmit the
J a lightness ot raillery equalling Daby.g gnpplies. "My word! It I
"w " 1! mazier oi srsiuiiM hl4 guessed you would be ao
men part of jour. Quotation,' . 1
.short, aiahted I would have
brought soma lunch along my
r i . ine ",ce anfl self. Do you suppose that the
..ucu. you MSI U,Vm. hnnrh nT?
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"I'm afraid you'll have to ask
Mrs. Durkee that question." i
replied, trying to keep out of my
yoice the disgust I felt at her sor
mean to 'call me outen my
'I ta nox so sure that 'mouse'
shouldn't be your middle name,
at least" she retorted, with a
meaing, malicious lite smile I did pettiness.
which irritated me almost berondl 1 U just do that little thing!"
endurance, "But let's can all she retorted. "By the time I get
such endearments! There's jast dressed they'll be awake, and I'll
one question before this hou at I run over to the next car.
present. When and whew do wel She disappeared Into the wash
eatj im nearly starved." room, and when she emerged her
r "That question is oi the lapLa,ir,i had been replaced
of the gods who preside over this I by . hrilllant. and, I bad to ad-
pa oura, saia care'tssiy, mit , m08t skilfully applied , color.
Bi.pp.ng out of my kimono and Sne dre8ged carefully, and when
preparing to areas.
I would have rlyen ' much to I
have returned to the ccuch for FUTURE DATES
anoiner , nap, but I had no Ideal i.i. t. Tn..,.j.. r..i wma'a
hat Ttlfn Rrnin mtrK, t,V tft nJ C. W. ft. M. ( rirrt Cfcristmn
Llrto her head to do. an I wished ll, "SAnvi
to he dressed and ready for any I eonveattea begins st ;The;' Dalles.
-....ru. 4k iu tun a.iuicir.iiiii unuuino. -
sp,ritTOne prep.res for evecntlon U.fXS'
that I drew on my ehox. That! augut t to i Bor Scout' Snaimer
tl e was, fully capable, for instance. p.; " a 4 -
. ui tun.monine ine rr.n or our i ttnni-ni. - L.akiew. or.
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u 3$ Saving fud ; :
'HE LanAwood is a sVictly wood burning
': ' rane. Designed, especially for Western
CLA conditions, its construction .enables it to ' ,
cut fuel costs to a rainiraunu Make your !
next stove a LanAwood and cut ybiir fuel ,
bUlsintwb. . , , 1 ,
L jlAUG'S Ltm&wood i$ &usranftd to burn TWICE
' lonA with ONE-HALF the wood rtauirml by
any othrrranXt on the markft. Thtpurchanprkm
will 2m refunded if the LA NG WOOD Ranfdoe
mot do iuwt veitisG UARAHTEED. Com I
and tee the LAUG WOOD on display in our norm
Before you buy investigate a-
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i rrty io the drawing -rtxn
making them a committee of th4
September 21, 23 ind 23 PesdUton
whole to secure breakfafit tbr ber I pVw as u so laelnal-e Ore
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