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Priced Less st The Peoples
i; inpii nnrtrAnF.n REPP !R1.09 YARD, regular nrice. a vard 81.35. This is a most desirable fabric for draDcry uses, for
upholstering, cushionspillows, etc. Colors are gold, rose and copen; a beautiful looking satin finished material iri the new broche
patterns. Our regular km price $1.35 a yard. Special for Saturday, a yard $1.09. Main floor. . ' ' .. . , , :
Imported Pongees Priced Spe
eiaUy Low, a yard : 69e, S1.15,
' S1.29, $1.49 and 81.75
, K6 other silk is more acceptable for
'summer, nor is any other silk adaptable
to a wider range of uses.5 It's handsome
an;d. economical for draperies, it can be
used for underwear, sleeping garments
men's shirts, women's blouses, dresses,
wraps, scarfs, handkerchiefs, etc We
arc showing a wide variety. ' v
. Priced Specially Low, a yard 69c
., upwards to $1.75 , .,. .'
JIade of new materials, have zig
zag stitching. . This prevents the
cotton from breaking and get
ting lumpy in laundering.
27x10 Protectors, regular price
$1.75, Priced Special at. $1.49
51x76 Protectors, Regular Price
$5.00, Priced Special at- $4.49
TERRY CLOTH DRAPERIES
These are well known draper
ies, soft and drapy rich looking
with patterns running through
on both sides of material. Pretty
for curtain drapes, portiers,
cushions and furniture covers.
Formerly Priced From $2.00 to
$2.25, Special, a yard $1.49.
HANDSOME CRETONNES A
YARD 35c to $1.23
You'll find a splendid assortment
to choose from in "ooth light and
dark patterns and floral and bird
designs. No summer comfort
plans but what include cretonne
in one form or another! for
drapes, 'cushions furniture
Very Splendid Values at From
35c to $1.29 Yd.
FIGURED CURTAIN NETS
50c to $2.15
Beautiful figured curtain nets in
the new handsome designs, 36 to
44 inches wide, in ivory, white
and ecru color. ; ' ; : -They
Are Splendid Values at
from 50c to $2.15 Yd.
FANCY SCRIMS AND PLAIN
MARQUISETTES, A YARD
49c to $1.10
They vare very desirable for
looks,, are good wearing and
washes well. They come from
86 to 50 inches in width in white,
ecru and creant.
They Are Special Values at
From 49c to $1.10 Yd.
Sun-Fast Madras Drapery Fab
rics Priced Specially Low,
' ,; a Yard 81.29
36 inches wide in mixed. colorfl of '
rose, blue, brown, green and mulberryi
They are sun-fast and handsome for
curtain drapes apd numerous Uses' , ttf
beautify your home. They are regular
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vaiucs up iu t?4..w.
. Special for Saturday, a yard $159 (
The Season's Most Stunning Sports
Foinn at the present
time interesting groups
in our Ready-to-Wear
Department where a
number of the smartest
garments that have so
far been introduced are
now displayed. The cut,
finish and general ap
pearance of these mod
els, will meet the most
of the admirers of these
delightful garments as
they possess the distin
guishing qualities that
place them in a class by
themselves and puts the
woman w ho wears them
beyond the eye of criti
cism. At these reason
S2o.00 to $42.50
WOME5VS I'OOTU'EAfl The Iihllan bi lirr
she knew notliiiiK of Muie style. The avenMce hliors th
tliry are iroud style mKli but llute foot cimiriirt.
r kImws cmnhine style, cnmfnrt anil wrvlee tiht
WOSIEN'S GR.W Sl'MJK PTMPS, flexible soles,
crusM hi rap, I-n-imi lieHs. price ...i.. i:l.(x
WOMAN'S GRAY SI KIE ia.MFS, flexible Hf.
ofte strap lYeneh heels, pi k ...... , f 12.00
WOMKX'H HI A( K Hli:UE PIMPS, flexible w.les.
crtiss strups. IVeiwh lioels, price . ( . . . . . 1 2.50
WOME.VS nLAtK SIEDK PCMPK, turn soles,
one strap, Freneli heels price ! H.OO
WOMEN'S BLACK KIO PIMPS, turn soles, one
strap, Freneh lieels. price 111.00 .
WOMEN'S BLACK KID PUMPS, flexible soles,
Freiii-h lieeis, plain xiitli Paris lip, price $t.SO
WOMEN'S BLK KID PIMPS, turn sob's, one
strap French heels, price , $0.00
.WOMEN'S BROWN KIFJIE PIMPS, flexible
soles, cross straps, French heels, price $12.r0
WOMEN'S BliOWN tilEDE PIMPS, turnsoles,
onethap, French lieejs, price 411.00
WOMEN'S BKOWN KID PU.MPS, turn soles.. one
swap, French he'ls, pri $12.50
WOMEN'S BUOWN KID PIMPS, turn soles, on
Strap. Fwficli heels, price $1.50
WOMEN'S BIACK Ml) PUMPS, flexible soles,
military lieHs, ie strap, price $9.00
WOMEN'S BLACK KII PIMPS, fV xfl.k- H.les
military heels, two straps, price $8.50
moccasin luul perfect fixit wmfoTt at all times. Jet
at women of toilay wear are Just the reverse. In that
li arc the three essentials iu snuult sihjcx,
WOlEX;H BtAck KID PUMPS, flexible soles,
one strap, military lieels. Price $6.00
WOMEN'S BLACK RID OXFORDS, welt soles,
military heels, price $$.00
WOMEN'S BLACK KID OXFOKDS, flexible soles,
military lieels, price , v $6.00
WOMEN'S BLACK GUN MET AIj OXFOKDS. km
lieels, price , (5.00
WOMEN'S BUOWN KID OXFOKDS. welt soles,
military heels. I. T. Cousins make, price.... $13.30
WOMEN'S BKOWN KU OXFOKDS, weh.
military heels, price $tM
WOMEN'S BKOWN KID OXFOKDS, IkxlOie Hu
military heels, price ; $6.00
WOMEN'S TAN PIMPS, welt soles, military heels
this Is a new shade of tan. price $7.60
WOMAN'S TAN OXFOKDS, . welt soles, military
heels, price $7.50
WOMEN'S BROWN CALF OXFOKDS, low herts,
price . .,. ,v... $5.00
: IF YUK FEET ACHE AND PAIN. If you Ham
or broken arches, call at our shoe department we
callouses. If your feet tire easily. If )u hare fallen
have graduate sprcialista to serve you.
. wi i ' w
MEN'S SUITS of fine quality' specially
priced at $36.50. It will pay you to investi
gate. . ':.
Visit this store often. It's here to
scn e you as you w ould be served.
-JinrUffS. 91 PAYS TO TRADE F
Make this store your hcadqUartfers.
Use our phones, rest rooms, post office,
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; Cash Grocery
Buy your, Groceries all week,, these are not
Saturday special but every day prices. '
Corn, 8 for 51.00
Carnation Milk, 8 for . ." $1.00
Borden's Milk, 8 for ................... . $L00
Lard. Armour's, 10 lbs. net $2.00
Lard, No. 10 tins' $L'70
Schillings Coffee, 2V lbs. v. . $1.00
Schillings Coffee, 5 lbs. $2.00
Hils Red Coffee, 1 lb. 43c; 22 lbs. $1.10;
5 lbs. , $2.20
J. B. Coffee, 1 lb. 43cj 3 lbs. $U5; 5 lbs. $2.20
16 Bars Crystal White Soap
ENGLAND HOPES TO
Isles Hard Hit During War, but
Promise to Give flood ' Ao
count of Selve$ i& 'Games,
LONDON'. June 17.-r(,tJ. r.) Kng-
I land, tliougli suffering -many dlsad.
vantages because of the war, will do
lis utmost to ln-iit America ut the polo
cup inutehes find will have no excusca
to plead If it loses. MuJ. Vivian I-ockett
captain of the Hnelish side, said In an
interview today with the United. Press.
"We were badly hit during the war,"
MaJ. Lockctt nald. "fimt a to grounds,
aecond us to tuni(n, third an to breed
ins anil fo'iriji an to player.
"A to grounds, ieveral of our cluba
have had to cIohc bei-auHe they have
had neither player nor money. Aa to'
breeding and ponle, breeding a(
Ftopped during the war. and many!
Dlavera were forced to acll their ponlea. I
J An to playera. w have lort men like:
Captain Leslie Cheape, Captain Noel ;
Kdwarda, the brother lirenfell antlj
many others killed or disabled.
"A pola plarjr I labia prist
tween 30 and 40. and all the men play
lug In the form required for England
ore something- about '49 and over, In
Head of round about 85. . ; . '
"Ot course, polo was gtagnant dur';
Ing the war, and now. It Is not reviving
ortfu.e most of our cavalry regiments
ate in Ireland, where polo is Impossible
a It Is In India, because of dlsturbt
nnces. And because Of the war there
are no new young players.
"Our great trouble is with ponies.
We have not our own studs, and lt la
difficult to borrow or buy ponies a
fow days before a mafch and play1
championship polo on them. '
"Please do not think lam complain
ing, t am merely explaining for th-
benefit of fellow KnxMshnien who may
be Inclined to complain at us.
"i'Txpoiisea are gclnar to hit. British
Polo hard, and f think the best solu
tion of that is to. hae" the Interna
tional nmtciiia only once In three ior
four years-? .
LONDON. June 17. (I, N. 8.)
Great Britain will address a friendly
note to the United States requesting
that the closest possible watch he mala
tallied in future to prevent contraband
shipments of arms and munitions to
Ireland for use, against the crown
force ty the republicans has beon
learned from a -hlgc tource.
HUE XAY CATCH VOVIt BILEATH
CHICAGO, June 17. (I.. N. 8.)
(lontlcmeii with thirsts trained in
f-Vranton. Pa.. Atlanta City or Denver
are warned avray from Chicago. It's
going to lie different here In the fu
ture. Uncle tiim now has a woman Fed
eral District Attorney in charge ol
prosecution of prohibition violators.
Hie Is MIM Mary V. lallcy, of Bat.
via. III. She will help to prosecute !
oootleggers, rum-runners and 'hootch'
psdsUen, - 1 ..nf,.
TOO . SlUtH "11EIIHV"
K'EW TOHIC, June 17. u, N, 8.)--Mrs.
Marv ferrv recentlv won mum-
pended sentence from Magistrate DaleTl
in the. Uridge Plaza Court, by ' her
quick wit when arraigned on a charge
of ' Intoxication, 'ffie following Col
loquy took place. :
"Whafs your name?".
" here do you live?" '
"Forty-one Perry blreet."
"What did you get drunk on?"
"There's a kood deal of 'berry' in this
case," remarked the )lagestrate.
Mrs. Berry Answered:
"Yes. tour Honor, if you'll give me
a suspended sentence I'll promibe to
be 'bery good hereafter."
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'" MON..TUES..WED; , O
boat 8al Peoples
IVee Dance I-Yec
af tor show wMh
each, paid adnOtf
ston at r.'ouanian
IaHre only, nrxi
pics Mv; aili lie
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