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Vodncsday, Dwembcr 24, 1010
ASHtiAND WEEKtlT, 11D1X08
bttmmmuntmnnnmnnttmmmiKUn j the Oregon Emerald, the university
1 fir AI HUH DCDCAMH jj I paiier, came home yesterday to spend
H LVXML nrtl lUVJUllrtL b the holidays with his parents here,
Dr. and Mrs. P. 0. Swedenburg
left last night (or Portland. Tbey will
return Saturday or Sunday.
Among Ashland young people who
Elwood Hedburg and Ward Ham
mond, two Ashland boys who are at
tending the Oregon Agricultural col
lege in Corvallis, are home for thel0 ,,,, Chrll)llnag
Ho will return to school January 6.
Mi's. C. H. Woolley came home
from Grunts Pass yesterday after vis
Misses Helen Moore and Bemlce
Myer of Ashland, and Miss Hazel
Plnnell of Astoria, students at tho
San Jose, Calif., normal, will be
graduated from that Institution to
day. MlBses Myer and Pinnell will
come to Ashland In a few days to
spend the Christmas vacation after
which they will return to Cambria,
Calif., where they have been elected
Lauded by Visitor
are attending the University of Or
egon and who came home yesterday
Gregg and the Misses Edith Herrin,
.Mabel Smith, Fern Murphy and Mar-
The quarterly conference of the guorite Jlammond.
Free Methodist church which be- j
gun today will last until December'
Miss Mildred Million arrived home
to teach in the public schools.
The Eaton, Colorado, Herald Is
sues an attractive booklet contain'
ing the reprint of the letters writ
n th t..,.l fire which con-; ten ty flirs. n. c. ..uB.., ...
sumed a garage in Klamath Falls ate
editor, describing her
freshing after that long hard drive.
"After that we went at once to
their park, where wo were again seat
ed at long tables and served n boun
tiful supper. You see how little
trip good it does to bring any goo.l
, . . . .... , h. fin' through the northwest with the Na-; clothes along to wear to these din-
tne lore pari, m i ; Elii,orlai association. Mrs. ners. as we are rushed for frantical-
car DeiuugiuK iu vycvi. -
Aniia'M. Springer was born l:i
Lancaster City, Penn., September
16, 18I5U, and died at her home in
this city December 16, 1919, aged
59 years and three months
sides her children she is also sur
vived by her husband and several
She joined the Church of the
brethren in 1877, and lived a faith
ful and devoted Christian to the day
In early lite she came with the! of her death.
family to Kansas, later coming to
Oregon, where she has resided ever
She was married to I.oyal II. Set
tles, September 4, 1877. Five chil
dren were born to them, two of whom
are sllll living. They are Agnes I,.
Wine of Charleston, Wash., and
Aurvul A. Settles of this city. Be-
Funeral services will be held at
Stork's undertaking j.arlors Thurs
day afternoon at 1 o'clock. Rev. Hi
ram Smith will preach the sermon,
following which the body will be ta
ken to Talent for burial.
Portland Contracts let for IBS. 14
miles state roads.
of Denver, Colo., will be present at mal school there,
these meetings and will preach dur-j
ing thlB time. Everybody is invited c.enM E. C.unter was a visitor this
to attend. 1
i . . . ,, i , nlnA u'lt h nnlv 11 I
erlv of this city, was burned, sir. "w
Grise conduct, an auto stage be-i visit to Ashland during the trip on few minu.es someUmes to go to a
Ashland wuh really one of the
-... j m ,.41. 17.. 11 a an M IIP!
i-i. ltev. C. E. Ulazier, district el- today from San Jose, Cam., wnere the-feature that was Southern Oregon's and sometimes not
I.. n n i w .nd ifa .1.,. i i... ui,ioni pt ih Knr.l had nil car in tne garage ior ure .. ..... ...
Miss Delia Brundage will leave to
contribution to entertaining the na
tional editors: : most wonderful cities we had en-
' "The return from the lake was countered on our journey. Too pret-
,!mnde over what is called 'The Dead ty for words. There arc numerous
S. M. and H. M. Hayes, who dis
covered the agate ledge near Trail
some time ago, have started work on
their discovery which they werel
pushing ahead rapidly until the re
cent heavy snow put a stop to ac
tivities for the prosent. Tuesday ,
Messrs. Hayes had. an offer of $200 !
a ton for their agate, which they do
not think they will accept, as they
are confident their discovery will
lead to greater results.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Carson arrived in
Ashland from fl rants Pass yesterday.
Earl Beigel, who is a student at
O. A. 0. this year, Is home for the
Mrs. Frank W. Wallo has none-,
to Willows, Calif., lo visit with
friends for Rome time.
week with his father. S. C. Gunter, night for Chlco, Calif., to speno. , anything mineral springs here and two hath
who is in the Western Union office midwinter vacation at her Home. j jt deserved to houses. There is a population of
In Grants Pass. ' die, for It wound around and around, about 8000. A lovely park is laid
The Ashland Citizens and Ashland , tryg to seek the path of least re- out on a sloping hill and here they
Malcolm Humphreys and Harold First National banks are two of Uie sisam,e This to(lk llS t0 Ashland, ! have tho prettiest public camping
Stone hive returned from O. A. C, to' 50 banks in Oregon to order fi111(, WUR longer than had been the , grounds that I have ever seen any
spend the Christmas vacation at record books for distribution among! (o V(MU(ml 0n b()th ,,.1V!i we pUl0e. I( l8 quite a tourist city on
their homo hero the farnier9' Tnese books are pu,"jwere each given a lunch which was account of tho mineral springs and
, ', llshed by the department of tarm j .,,,, on the wnv. j the camping ground is usually filled.
Itny Clary tho Ashland boy who management extension and have just j "Tiie return road led again through A great many people also pass
was so seriously injured several j " "nt 0111 t0 1,18 bank9' Wi, heavily tin-be ed country, but with1 through here on their way to Crater
month, ago at a lumber plant In the one of these record books a farmer may bealtlf ., .,,i()s t0 ,.0iioTO ; i.ko.
northern part of the state and who'" keep accurate and complete ac- innoto,lv 0n tniB r0il(1 there wproj "Hfre they have an Immense au
h.s been in a hospital in Portland,! "nt of ,he J"5"'8 D,18lness' Cou,lt5' ,mmi,er of very sleep grades which ditorinm which was built by the cil-
' ' 1 . 1 i...i,.ni ..onto ualnl the farm- . .. , , . ... 1 C,.,,,l,, ll m rkm.
home yesterday. He is ;'"" .... - of the cars nan iroume m nesuuai- unimi m,- .,Mir,
tuun.ua circuit, wmen .-1 n se.ui i-""
"We arrived In Ashland In time to people, and when a pin is dropped on
much improved and hopes to be as e" m sinning " "
well as ever in a short time. balancing them at the en of 1 1
, , , j year and also give any other help
Pert Ilachard. a ..turned naval ; that may become necessary. Teach
man, has come to Ashland and Z
accepted a position as firemnn for,
the Southern Pacific.
go into their sulphur pool for a swim Hie platform In front il can lie heard
and perhaps you think It wasn't re-, in the rear of the room."
LONDON. (My Mail.) Aerial
A party from Valle View district
composed of Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Da
venhlll, Mr. and Mrs. James Lennox
and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McCrarken,'
left today for points In Calitorni.i
where they will spend an extended
time this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Stewart left
last night for Tennessee to sieni
the coming six weeks with Mr. Slew
art's relatives living there.
Chester MacCracken, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Cordon MacCracken, is
home from O. A. C. to spend the
Alfred M. Heaver, tho well known
Ashl.ind today while making a busi
ness trip through tin's section of the
state. He Is ll guest of bis parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Beaver.
cational education act are using these ,10sptlll fi0:,tjng GnOO feet above
books in connection vlth home P'"- Kiisland Is the apparently fantastic
Ject work. The high school student (Jrpam of R nHm)j(,r o( exl,prts wh(,
will keep the record of his pig or en(,eHV01.in(5 t0 pomlade tho
acre of corn or whatever Is the na-; . . . f
ture of the home project, and these
records are the basis of farm man
agement studies In the class room.
the air ministry airships of the R31 Sumiay,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chapman
were business visitors in Phoenix
type, which successfully nccnin
plished the trans-Atlantic flight un- was
der Oenornl Malllaml. and which
The annual meeting of the Jack- prove,j themselves superior to Or- hl)llln Wednesday.
son County Farm Bureau is neing lnuny's Zeppelins as regards lengtn
Will Wlthrow of Yakima, Wash.,
visiting his parents, Mr. nnci
Mrs. J. H. Wlthrow, in Taiem, iuib
week. He expects to return lo nis
held in Medford this-afternoon. A
large delegation of the members and
Miss Winifred Spencer, one of the farmers and orchardists from this (he n38 , (hp yM states navy
department, and of possible similar
of flight and time In the air
The announcement of the silo of
.. -..11.... ... I. trinl
teachers in the city schools, has gono section oi ine uej
i t'otico. Calif., to ioin her narents ance. The various business men's
for Hie Christinas vacation
smiles at an early date.
Miss Frances McWilliams, a teacli
er In tho city schools of Oakland.
arrived home last evening for a ten-
duy vacation with her parents, Mr.
nnd Mrs. F. G. McWilliams at their stopping here this winter.
home on Church street.
During the recent cold weather the
city water of Cold Hill has been so
badly frozen that it has necessitated
the closing down of the public
schools for the winter. Miss Nel-
nadlev Fates, who underwent nn
operation at the Sacred Heart hos
pital Saturday of last week, Is get
ting along nicely and expects to be
Mrs. E. Bcesnn was n Medford
considerably visitor Monday
dvnele Among Ashland visitors aioimay
amocnie . , Estes ,)
at all costs, w W. Estes.
associations unit bank officials in tne disappointed many who
county arelnvlted guesis. British nir supremacy
Miss Ruth Haves of Portland came, ' j and thev are supporting medical en- Water pipes were bursting at the
. . ,....l 1 f..,.l..t, ,.,.li 11 ir llllll
down to spend Christmas with her, Miss Mabel Bay, teacher of Eng- thuslasts in the hope of saving these sraom nous. . .... ... , .
mother, Mrs. T. A. Hayes, who is ljsh and music in the public schools, huge nnd costly airships from the
leave tonight for Long Beach, Calif., nir ministry's economy axe.
.where she will spend her vacation of Interviewed by the London Globe.
Misses Eleanor Norton and MiS3 two weeks. a leading doctor attached to the
Reicliling left last night for Los An-, ' ; Royal Air Force during the war, de-
geles to spend Christmas. '. tPredith Beaver and Verne Blue clared that the nriships would pro-
' came home last night on train No. vide wonderful treatment for the
Miss Minnie Beaver, who holds jg (rom Eugene where they are stu- cure of consumption and other dls-
a position in the Albertina Kerr nur- dents at the university. They will eases. Patients would be nhle to
lie Beaver, principal of the school? wry In Portland, came home last SI,emI their holiday vacation with live for several days or weeks at n
In tlmi town, has come home on uc- evening to spend Christmas with her1, ,.,. .,. here. nelght of GOOO feet, enjoying com-
i.. ( ti .... 4 it ti .. i - 1 .....i t...n..ii.i., . .hi. .a Kmw1:iV
count Of the shut-down. paie.us. .nr. mm ..us. a, m. uBH.Bi.. ... j pieie i. ...ui i. u,.. .... V j ",' h'e Items of last week the wed
W 9 m OllK nan ciurwiiijtdiiicu uj mina ucu-
Mrs. D. R. Conner, who has been nett, matron of the nursery.
an inmate of a local hospital for the
they were afraid the school would,
have to bo closed until they could he!
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fletcher Spencer j
and Mrs. Tom Urittsnn were visiting
relatives in Ashland Saturday. j
Mr. N. O. Pace was a business vis
itor in Ashland Saturday. I
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Itobison were
Ashland visitors Thursday. i
Miss Lola Clark, who is making ,
Ashland her home whilo she is em
ployed at Perrine's dry good store.!
was visiting homo folks in Talent!
Floy Wolters, the little daughter "s thnt of ""' of tl,e ",0B( f"mo"s, ding of. Jack Vance and fella Hi v.
Mr and Mrs. F. E. Wolters, is mountain spas. was announced. Seemingly the report
nr. ill. ...... ...1.1 .... i. I, .La ll 11, 1 III.W I IM' V I
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Crisp of the
Xelda Cafe, have taken a lease on
the apartments over Vaupel's store,
Tho remodeling and improving has
been started by E. T. Staples, repre-
Ford, well known in Ashland sentalive of the owners. Mr. and
.mis. crisp expect to nave tneir apart
ments open by the fore part of January.
past week where she underwent nn
operation necessitaled by blood pois
oning, has returned home, much improved.
as presiding elder or district super
intendent of the Methodist church,
dropped dead last Sunday. He was
an able and good man.
quite ill with blood poisoning at her
home on Allison street. ,
ft is no use a doctor telling a poor was told as a joke, anil now iney
want the statement reclined. :
patient to go to Davos Platz or any
other expensive mountain resort for
Jimmle Rouse ha, gone to Oak-, consumption. ' the doctor sa d He
land, Calif.,- where he has secured "' affnr'1 alrs',l n
a position in the shipyards. Jimmle.0 ,han "'"'
Is an ex-naval man and recently re- alr 5nno " "hoVB I'"',nn is
.j . !,, fi0.. roivimr as good as anywhere else. Airships
.. .. . or the mi and R38 tvpe could be ford and baby since Thanksgiving
his discharge. . ... i , .. ,,..i m l,er home Saturday.
Mrs. .lav Ternll was
Lloyd Lacy was among the Ash-j
land visitors Saturday. j
Mrs. John Budgeon was n business
visitor In Medford Saturday. i
Mrs. Henry of Stringtown, who
has been nursing Mrs. Mose Craw-
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Choate have te-
... - . i i .1..:. ...!..... nri,..
Forty years ago last night 14 "" 1 9C100ig
Inches of snow fell in Ashland. street wnicn mey recently som, ana
... are making their home at present
The Billings agency has sold a "t the Hotel Austin,
three 'acre fruit tract, situated oiP
North Main, to Fred K. Porter. Mr. and Mrs. G. Herchenban of
Leigh, Neb., are guests at the Hotel
The funeral of the late Mrs. Marv1 Austin this week. They have been
Misses Eleanor Brundage and El
len Clark, teachers in the public
t wi it-u wv.iii i lira, win
suffering from consumption, nnae- haye ,)0(1, maUillK their home at,
niln, neurelhenia, nnd other Ills, nnd jir0S)(i(.t , were visiting relatives In
...ill loava tnnifrM fnr T OR CO 11, exeepi 111 ir.j uu --.....-,. i.ii.-iil i....
will leae tomgni 101 l,of, ' ' . . . ., ,, wn,i, i,.rt Alondav morn-
Angeles and Miss Edith Mitchell will."U,se about tor weeK at a tune. inK tor h northern California town
go to Long Beach, where they will' to work in a box factory,
spend their holiday vacation. It Is, CHRISTMAS SEALS WILL i Marion Sowash returned to Talent
the intention of the three to witness SEAL FATE OF Tl BERCrLOS.S recently lamalh rounty.
the football game between Harvard Ninety per cent of the money re- , ,, 1M,p they worry
and the University of Oregon
Pasadena, on New Year's day.
nt onliiii? from the sale of the little ', 'i,.,,.Ui,i ui:itei nines and
- i " " annul ui" ,,in... . -, a
j Christmas stickers in this state will ti,r discomforts. Bear creek and
i000n ti,o menu of tii- the hillsides are liiicaiy popui..ie,.
be used to
, ...i, .110,1 i ei.iiiu Biisn makiiie an extensive tour
Calif., and whose remains were western coast and are much pleasejj bc ficnooIs c.Iose May for; berculosis In Oregon of which there' with youiit
snow , ,j , .. ..uu ..I nil tlmpa 6000 oiien rases, in- . il
i. i. . Aoi.ianH fnr hiirial. will with Ashland. Despite the
UIIMIftl" l - -
be held from Stock's undertaking that lay on the ground yesterday
....i,.ra Pi-l,lv afternoon at 1 o'clock, and the day before they went all
the holiday vacation of two weeks.lare nt all tunes ouuu open h
.i ,ni .i. oii,iii duly .T:ni-! clndlne 641 tuberculouH soldiers nnd ir. nnd Mrs. Doliltle
nun nm on - , . ... Vvu.i Miei'u
heen living 11 ...inn
uary 5. So far the schools have rejected men.
Interment will be made in Mountain over the park which they pronounce n wol.king ,lmier most auspicious This dread disease menaces every
house, have left for
i the most attractive spot of the kind
; they have seen in their journeylngs.
Edmund Barrett and Robert Kel- day IaBt week
Inr, two students from the Oregon
Agricultural college, and ex-service . . fllR9 lt could have been avoid- ford, have decided to remain in Tai-
men. are Home irom lorvams 101 ...... ..... ..:., ,,t,, ,,,u,,t wlih eat for the winter.
' h. haan inai nnriii? inn urm iini.e eii nun ino i.k.iv ,
the Christmas vacation
E H. Hunt, who has been spend-
The Bennett Million farm on Oak
street, containing about 1S6 acres !
has recently been sold by the otheri
heirs to William B. and C. C. Mil
lion. The consideration is not made
public, but was more than $10. This
is a good place with a first class wa-j
ter right and finely situated. It was;
sold through the Billings agency.
Eric and John Parson of Boston,
Mass., are In Ashland spending ri
few days ns guests of their uncle and,
aunt, Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Parson, at
their home on North Main street. & the their hom(,9 during tho holiday vucn
Ernest Abbott, a student of the! Oregon Agricultural college, and will Hon.
'O. A. C, arrived home last niglit i-im ins lunmm. nw
and will spend Christines at his home
.on East Main street.
ltoseliiii'K to !
.,,i H.n winter with relatives aim :
conditions. No sickness or other : community, every home and every in-, wi)1 ,.,,,,.,, ngain In the spring.
i. .ii,i .i,m to -hill .liviilnnl vpt tnherculosia Is lirevent-l m, Vnnik Rose, who has been ill
uunsn imic i.i,iiiijt...c,i ... ..... . ,
down, and with the exception of one able an 1 curable. The old theory Portland lor a cmi
in the grades and that it lias heen innenieo nas ueen
two In the Senior high school, on ac-, exploded. Everyone who has the m,.. nnd Mrs. Ralph Koozier, who
e of weeks on
. .i ..i.!... !..!., Di, .lloptiaa hns rnnti'iirted it: 1111(1 111 .,.. nliniiilni? on moving 10 .vieii-
has been lost during the first three1 ed with the right environment,
months of the year. An unusually the right precautions.
.... I r...... .1.- . . - iKA nnn mi
Miss Dale Coshow, one of the"-. ". ha charge, .nn, ,e s . . . ..... ( (ho a half with
teachers ill the Junior high school, "V . - relatives at
... i . ...
mi..i ...in. n,i,..oio,ii in .' i ed of tuberculosis. hub terrioie ...
will leave this evening for her home ",,cu .. ... ........ ..... , i returned to Ashlaml.
in Roseburg to spend the two weeks' "tructors, and everything has moved ; " "Z Z enough he is to be back, he states.
along smootniy, wun no inciion. ip - " " "Indiana Is all right for agriculture.
majority of the teachers make their, nuauy. more man ,,....,.,., i-' (, ,.,,,, r
vacation nt her home there.
Bert Freeman is home from Cor-i
exodus tonight and tomorrow for
Mrs. Clara Dulsman has been suf
fering for some time as the result
of a fall which she sustained by slip
ping on a rug in her kitchen and
striking against a rocking chair. An
examination very recently showed
that a rib had been broken.
The local force of the Pacific Tel-
More than 1,000,000 poi
sons in tnts country nre now sue
fering from active tuberculosis.
If you favor fighting this monu
hut I surely
Southern Oregon and
. Oregon people much
the ways of
mental menace by means of public Sil"1' ,
, . , ... il. started for Aslilaud two ei ks
hea th nurses, open air Bchools, the. . .,
i..,i Hilimn! In v.s t along me
I j m.i i. . ,.n km teaching of health hygiene In .the ,". " i
Mr. nnd Mrs. B. B. Balls and epnone aim i e.es.i.n.. , - wav and got caug '
daughters, Janet and lean, leave to
day for Los Angeles. They expect
to remain in the southern city over
been working hard for the past week public
1 excessive cold before he could g"
trving to repair the great damage care .or me a.i.icie.i .,.. , .,,,,.
.... ,i i. k. onri our- t on from tnose not aitiicien,
one in mi" in ic
rounding country during the heavy; Christmas Seals tomorrow.
Lnnur tnrm of last week. This;
left Tuesday of last week the ther
mometer registered 20 degrees below
jero. with a blizzard raging. He
.r.,i,i oi, A 0h,,orJ company is perhaps the hardest hit AIM", i 1 1.1.111 1 nr. pneountered 31 degrees below
''"" ' "' ." " .... .... .. , nn. In the vol- OFI'ICIAI, iAM.l aur. . . . ....
man are nmong the arr
Ivals from! bv the storm of any one the VU''j
F. T. Wilson moved today In the;tion.
Stuart Saunders house on North
Main street bark of the Ideal grocery.
Ci.. ...I.-, nrill ltt'a In .!, . .,. I an nWnrJ.J limn f
Mr. and Alls, nauinim ... will, Bir.it an rMruuc. .lino 1,1 i.t..,.. ihn nn
the Maple Inn apartment formerly j France In the engineer department, "-ring '" pa8' T r.l h 1? . ill e n
. . 1 f...i .. ....... ...... ii....- .k... board shows about fifty lines Btill em
occupied ny ,r. ..suU u.. .a . , ..a..... . . ...... ,nmna, eettine an for
tin. l'nion Pacific
BERLIN. The union of German , , . ,,.,,,
1 inouKiit 1
;..t,k if Mr. Hunt
mil ran iikiil
imnrd in the office. This represent- against ine smii.en nuru.iu,....
! . ..... ,a ..,..i....o. nf Polish an the sole officinl language ""-
.. . . .. m rt . la. 11 iv 1 1 il iiiirn nco
ine 1 n.versiiy 01 wregon wno UR 'I ' " ' w ,, M show on the people In Poland has Issued a protest
come home for the Christinas vaca- 1" 'h 8n0W storm ai,snon on ... .,... ...,,,, nf hut
.,1 n,.i,i,lv 400 telonhones out of Polish as
v,.n n..i on ...... m.'order. The telephone people have' In all territorial districts which for-
. ...... ...... ..i.io merlv were PriiRsinn. ineunionae'
made as many repairs ,
Vowunn Harrison of the Ford
Garage left this week for of the winter and will enter high
Chicago on a business trip, j school to take a course In the com
and later will visit In Missouri, merclnl department.
and throughout the middle west. It
1. .riii ihul Mr. Harrison will
j k a if whpn ! Puss visitor this week,
be accompanied home by a wue wnen .
Beginning with the present month
and, that both language, shall be . he Pacific Telephone n.l Telegraph .
board show, about fifty .ine,s,,,l ?J ZTZtZZ' The present
he had been employ since recelv-! J - the rate is as foilows For;,ar,y line
ing his discharge last summer. Mr. ncreasea " . ... t $,.B0. two-party line, !..... I""'
Hawley will remain borne the rest However, .10 r.m- .... -..,...,,-.,, , dual. $2.00. The rate for business
expect to be able to nave a.. .,e- r- , h- .so tnr
phone, in working order In a abort by neutral. II Md fs.7B fnr desk
time. me pro .- - ,h,
' Prussian, took over the country In phones,
The rate on the suburban ,
Mrs. Walter Everton was a Grants
titk, ihhntt student of the Jose.
University of Oregon and editor of j with relative, in that city.
nAYTOV Ohio Will I. Ohmer. 1815 the Polish language was
computing machine manufacturer, talned in all public affairs, while now
-,111 n m . nurir Uor-ntlv he nuc the PoleB. by the sudden introduction
Mrs. Clara Sander ha. gone to San chaser Shant. park, a 14-acre site, of polish a. the only language, are Bishop
re- telephones is also lowered to 11.50.
Calif., to spend the winter
DELAWARE, O A painting of
Welch, president 01 uinu
-u. ' ..TV. . ' t,rm in the rltal Wesleyan university, na. ."-"
and announced ne win duiio nomo ooum ."""" - -
,h9r, ,uteret. of Z,000,ouu uermani.
i veil.d In the college chap.l.
Slore Open Evenings
MEN This is the place to
buy Gifts for the Women
Probably not many stores
our size will show you such
1111 assortment of good
nnd what more appreciated
I OU filFTS
Velvet, bags are the
viilmih now. We have a
wonderful lot of them lo t any price from 1.D0
select from and will They are handy to
please any woman. ! C1"''y tiul1 sly'u-
LEATHER 11 M)
Surely a splendid line
Gilts to Be
J. Vs Ut,(l
do I'll i no.
(ieorgello or Splendid new slyle.
Why not a dress?
Silk Ciimisnle or envelope
A snappy suit such as can
bo found here. ,
Hand embroidered gown
A good coat that
would be proud of.
For tlic Infant vein will find must Any
iliitity lhlle thine; from Hootrt's to
j:rr! l.iiil.roidtied Hres.
And tlu'i! there arc
Handkerchiefs, Ribbons, Neckwear,
Towels, Table Cloths, Robe Blankets,
Silks, Dress Goods and Wash Goods.
. .You might not think. .
so scarce and hard to get
by looking at our present
showing but they are und
n pair of silk hose will bo
doubly acceptable this
('i)infoit;tl!i' not only localise of the
war nit 11 they ull'ord but also bi'cause of
that I'iniil'uf.ih!" feeling that pies alone
with the asuiaiu'e of heinj; well drefsed.
You know the leeliii"; when you have had
foini'thiiijiyoii really 'iked, and She will
purely really like a fur neck piece if it is
in puid ftvl", ours are.