The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 128, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 5, 1922 Page: 26 of 50
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY FEBRUARY .5 1922
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Club-.-Mimic Woman's Work f
Tl joy to flnil a wooded path
And where It trad to follow
Or trnro tho stream whero Illy-
pads Orow thickly In the shallow.
'Tin Joy to trrad from erne to
Thl elde of mighty mountain
And find tlitro built by Nature's
A crystal flowing fountain
'Tli Joy to turn the sodden leaves
III valft of shadow itloomlnic
And find a violet of spring
In virgin beauty blooming.
'TIb Joy to trntnp wher autumn's
Has wrought n way of splendnt.
Ami wntt li the last pale rny of nun
Vnilo In lis glory tender.
Hut Joy Indeed to take n hook
With unknown treasuit's In It
To cut Us ikm onn hy otic.
And eagerly begin It.
-Muudo lie Verse Newton
Mm. MoukIai W. Krnncliot'D lunch-
'onii In the Country cluh for Mrs.
Ilsrold Stuart llrown.
Huakln Art club meets with Mrs.
J. Warren Handera.
Tulra Woman's club will meet In
th.) V. W. C. A. Mrs. Hmma llnllns
Twentieth Century chib will hold
Its regular meeting with Mrs. 11. C.
fortnightly Study cluh will mset
Clement A. Kvans chapter I' I.
C. will entertain members slid
friends In the homo of Mrs. (I. C.
Tulsa Town club will meet for
business and lunchoon In Woods'
cafe a 1 1 A o'clock.
Tulsa Clvln lngun will meet In
tho library : r30 o'clock.
Miss Gertrude Connolly entertains
nt luncheon lii.tho Country club for
Miss Kdlth Coonn nnd sharing hon-
ors will bo Meadamrs Thomas I
floors. Charles Donald Hums Jloy
Mrs Charlts r. Pawn's Inform.!
i luncheon for Mrs K. CI. Ituthsrfnrd.
' Hyechka club will present Mr.
' tittn L. Fisher pianist nt annual
charity concert given In honor of
Doctor and Mm. J Welter Iieyer In
Mrs Frank C llalsllng entertains
for Miss Iene Atter.
Tuesday llook club will mtot with
Mrs. M. it. Hakes.
I Mrs. J. T. Forster entertains at
hrldge-luncheon for Mrs. Frank
Wednnsday Momlnir Musical cluh
will meet with Mm. Hllen Horn
Mnailnmes 11. P. Price nd JaClt
llushmiire bridge. luncheon In home
ot former for Miss Haul Iockhart
7jfrL C5."it. Dewey will entertain 0.
w. nridge cum.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Fnrstnr hosts
at evening party Honoring air aim
Mrs. Frank Stulen.
Tulsa Writers' club will meet at
Y. W. C. A. 710 o'clock.
. Mm. Joseph Tlgho will ontertaln
'Altar society of Sacred Heart
Mra. rrniiK at. tiiewii wnl
luncheon and brldga In her homo
rtencflt dance by Sacred Heart
church member nt the Ulka' home.
PI Delta Koppa fraternity will
give dnnce In tho homo of Mr. wal-
Shakespeare nlub will meet with
Mrs. A. W. Itoth.
Urgular dinner dancs In the Cnun.
try club with Mrs. K. llogers Kemp
Harlenuln club will 8lve a Valen
tino dance in mo nomo oi ur
'. Mkises Clertrudo Linn and Mao
McDonald Will lvo auorricon vaion
tine party. . .
Y. A. IlrldKB oluh members will
entertain husbands In the club with
Valentino dinner and bridge In the
homo ot Mr. ana Mrs. jonn i. won
Itvecliks. club S.111 ioii Sn tho
. library. 2:30 o'clock.
Tho Harlequin club members an-
iiounco that they will Blvo a Vnlsn-
tlno danco Katurday evnlnif Febru-
ary 11 In tho homo ot Miss Louise
Tim Tals cluh will lve a Vnlen
f.tlne dnnco In tho National Guard
' armory on tho evenlne of Wednes
day I'Vbruary 15.
Mrs. Frank C. Uelsllns; 1203 South
Carson will entertain Informally on
Tuesday afternoon. February 7 for
illra uni Alter or uaiawen uiuo.
) Mm. It. T. Vrlce nnd Mrs. Jack
'. rtimhinnrn will be hilnt hostesses to
' a blrdce-luncheon In tho homo of
tho former. 1 l0nL"cIL1ifjni'
Ff skin breaks
. out and itches
Just the moment you apply
Mentho-Sulphur to an Itching burn.
Injr or broken out skin tho Itching
i stops and healing begins says u
' noted skin specialist. This sulphur I
preparation mado Into a pleasant
cold cream gives such a quick ro-
llof even to fiery ccxema that noth.
lng has over been found to tako its
llscauso ot Us germ destroying
V properties .It quickly subdues tho
Itching cools tho Irritation and heats
tho eczema right up leaving a clear
smooth skin in place of Ugly rup.
tlon..raoh plmplea or roughness.
you do not have to wait for Im-
provement. It quickly shows. You
Mrs. I'ercy J. Klllott has Issued
liiviliiituns for a Valentino costume
parly which she will Rive on thn
nvi-iiIiik of Tuesday. February H.
hiiiinilrig Mr. nnu Mrs. Frank
Mrs Dnuglns W Franchot will en
tertain nt lunclison In honor of Mrs
Miunld Hlunrl in own on Monday
February 0 In tho Country club
Mrs J. T. Forster will give a
bridge-luncheon Wednesday J'ctirti-
ii ry n honoring her sister Mrs.
Frank Ntulrn. and on tho ovenlnir of
Thursday Mr. and Mrs Forster will
give a dancing party in their homo
(or Mr and Mrs. Htumn.
Offlrers nnd members of Tho
World staff employes of tho busi-
ness offices and rmnnoslns rooms.
will relebrnts Valentine day with a
I'lwtums party on tho evening or
February It III tho Tho World
Chanter N. 1' U. O. has dianged
lis ineetlmr date on Wednesday to
tho week following when the host
esi will bo Mrs. I. II Jackson. Tho
lining" Is duo to tho. lecture) to bo
given by Dr. orlggs
Mrs Joseph Tlgho 123.1 Hast First
place will ontertaln tho Sacred
I lenrt Altar society on Tuesday
Members of thn Sacred Heart
rburch will glvo a benefit Valentino
dnnco In Klks homo on' Friday eve
ning February 10.
Tho I'l Delia Kanna fraternity
will limie Invitations for an Hosier
danco to bo' given In tho Country
club. April 13.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Dewey will en
tertain tho O. W. Kvenlng Ilrldga
club Wednesday evening Febru-
The members. of the F. A. Tlrldge
club will entertain their husbands
with a dinner and bridge party Sat
urday evening February it nt (ho
noma of Mr. nnu Mrs. John J. con-
Miss Joietihlna Layman lendor. Is
to be the altlns rtl"t th
weekly publlo organ recltnl at tho
First Christian church Sunday uft-
ernoon Miss Iiyman will renderf
Oscar WIIilo's story "Tho Selfish
Giant." to a musical sotting vlhlch
will bo played by Mrs. Flo North
Parkin. Krnest Trans Btamm will
play organ numbers.
Mrs Italnh D. Btauffer presided as
hostess at th regular fortnightly
brldgotea given In thn Country club
on Wednesday having as her assist-
ants Mesdnmes John J. lltank Cecil
canory. narlo r. llerry Marry
ensile ll. Ilrooks uutellus Frank
M. Ilodolf and Wnrren Dwlght Ab-
bott. After thn senson ot bridge
tho tables having been placed In tho
ttrnwing routn lun wns nvrvfd th&
table bringing a nolo of spring in
flowers (locals present with host
ess nnd nlds. were Mrsdames Hoy
Tucker of Slstervllle W Vn J. N-
Tnmllnsun Leo C. Moore C. 12
Snanson John U. MoKlnnry Clark
lloblnson. Clarkn Jtanney. Kloyu
J. Ilrndford. Charles II. Dent Moso
mils. Charles II J'npo. A. W. nam-
III C. II Titus Hush llreeiistade
Ira McCorty O. V. (louldrlck J. II.
Tomllnson. H. I. Ford Hubbard
Itunlslii. Thomas Cii"-(inil V.'iilisr.l
Nelson Mary O'Connor. Ilutler l'n
Wllllari II. l'omeroy. M. F. l'owora.
Frank Carr J A. Shepherd M. M.
Dean. Franltlyn S. Gray. Misses
lithe llurns. Nlatersville l'n Men
McCoy and Allco AVIlson
An lnteder.ilne affair of Friday
afternoon wis tho email lea given
by Mrs. Sidney rowers for Mrs.
A. W Powers of Troy. N. V Tho
hostess was nsslsted by Mesdnmes
William Caldcr. W. O. Millard. Her
bert S arch. K 11. woodruff nnu
Faun W. Frceburn. The home ex-
puclally the ten tabler reflectod tho
early spring senson In Us floral
Wednesday February for
llaxvl ljckhart of Denver.
A host of the new right-now
tilings for spring are here
Suits capes frocks skirts
Made of taffetas Cantons
and crepe knit and many
other spring materials.
It will give us great pleasure to bo able to
show you the many now styles.
beauty loses nnd fresl expressing
n pleasing note. Fifty guests en-
Joyed thn afternoon.
Mrs. Wllllsm A. llrownleo hsd CO
of her friends corns for lea In her
homo on North Denver r.vemie lion
(irlm: Mrs. II. II. Carleton of Cum-
berland Mil. Hnturdny afternoon
the o"'sslun being replete with much
lordlallty 'Villi gold nnd blua its n
color mile ..pring flowers were tied
lo prettily convey a mesango of the.
season. Mrs tlrawnles had analst-
Ing hnr Mesdnmes Itx Stephen
Will Mr W. Valjean lliddlaon Urnn
II. McCnrly Frank II. Long I.sthn
Slsnlsy IawIioii Miss Vivian Ful-
ghiiin and Mlrs Iluth I'ntlerson.
Mr. and Mrs T. D. Leo celebrated
their twenty-fifth wedding anniver-
sary on Friday evening with a din-
ner In their homo. Tho moment
whs very Informal but nasoclnted
with 111110I1 felicitation. I'lnk and
lavvnilnr carried out In roses and
sweet peas adorned tho table. Guests
enjoying Mr. unn irs ie s nospi-
IhIIIv were Mussrs. nnd Mesdnmes
James II. Mclllrney. James 11. Colo
J. Warren Sunders Dan J. IJavisson
Kdwnrd McCoy. K. II. Hownrd and
Dr. nnd Mrs. Fred Hovers Clinton.
Mrs. II. if. Meislmer entertained
at luncheon Thursday followed by
brliigo for her sister Mrs. Frank L.
Htulen. Tho guests wero Mrs. J. L.
Forster Mrs. DoVemo A'eiisel Mrs.
F Dunn Mis. j A witmpoeii
Mrs. J. K. Huff Mrs. F. M. Hhellen-
berger Mrs. Kd Short. Mrs. Carol
Holl Mrs Vornon S. Day Mrs. W.
V. Mill. Miss Harriott I'.lv. Mrs
Georgo alffert Mrs. Lena Channel
of Oregon Mrs. C. I". Htrouvelle
Mrs. Ilert It. Farmer. Mrs. J. T. For
ster Mrs. John Capps Mri. Arthur
Weavor.Mrs v. i werixiieror...Mrs.
Syphen Owen Mrs Charles Houn-
kor Mrs. J. I. Varker Mrs. O. T.
Dawson Mien Helen Anderson and
Mr. and Mrs. U N. F.wlng. Friday
night Mrs. Mesalmer had six tnbloi
of bridge for her sister and among
tho guests wero Mr. and Mrs. Forter
of Greenville I'a. Mr and Mrs. VS.
II. (lenrge. Mr. and Mrs. Dixie Ooro.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Heggem Mrs.
Harriet Wardolt. Mr. nnd Mrs. J 11
Hawkins Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Da-
vis Mr and Mrs. II. . RchtifH Mr.
and Mrs. D. C. Hlchardson and Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Low.
Mrs A. D. Dawson was the charm-
ing hostess at u bridge-luncheon on
lrrMsv In hnr boms. 1410 HoUtll
Ownsso for her srlitor Mrs. Charles
Lecomnt Hykes of Oklahoma City.
Tho valentine Idea wns carried "Ml
In tho red roses nnd fern. Tho other
out'Of-town guest. besides M.rs
Sykes was Miss Hazol Lockhart of
Denver who is vmung airs ji. j.
Trlco. Those Included In the hospi
tality were: Mcadamcs I. JL Ivor-
son lllchard Sayo G. J. Ilmckney
Kmmet a. cook cicm wnison tin-
ton T Kverett H. (1. Cohen H. C
Chllds. A. Hay Wiley i . u. iarKin.
Glenrt Dial Joyce W. Iteoves C. II.
Bcharft W. T. Grolffcnsteln K. I.
NewbloAk. H. D. l'rlce Jack llue'i-
more Ct M. Murray 1'. W. Ilauman.
Homer Huff J. K. Stelnburg A. G.
O'Neill Jack Webster n. W. Grif-
fith Hoy Magulro 13. 1. Murshall
1'hll Stover J. 10 Huckloy Andrew
llnffel Vorn Vandover. Cleorgo Mo-
Cutcheon George M. McDanlal Hnl
liumUii N. D. Sutherland Ilallly and
Crowley high score being mado by
Mrs. HeovcM nnd consolation going
to Mrs. Watson. 1
The brldgo-lunnnoon given by Mrs.
S. Solomon In tho Tompolnn card
room of tho Majestic was n pretty
affair of Wednesday. Thlrty-clght
guests worn minted nt the tables
decorated with dainty sweet peas.
Tho purposn of tho luncheon was
betrayed by the bridesmaid place
cards tteheil in ribbons whloh boro
nt their ends tho nnnouncomont ot
tho engagement of Mrs. Solomnn'n
daughter. Hilda to Mr I.nuls It.
Tlost of Terro Houte Ind.. tho wed-
ding data to bo snt Inter. Mrs. Solo-
man was assisted by Mrs. I. Plost
and Miss Funnlo Tlost mother and
sister of Mr Tlost from St. Ixnils.
Other out-of-town gueats were Mrs.
Kffle Hoffman and Mrs. V. W.
Mrs O. J. llrnckney and Mrs. J.
C. Letcher wero hostesses to' the
fortnightly bridge-luncheon In tho
Klks' homo on Thursday Valentine
decorations prevailed nt tho 31
tnhlee tho largmt crowd that has
attended tho fortnightly affairs.
Honors want to Mrs. William Hot-
tomly Mrs. T. It. Stono and Mrs. A.
Y Ilnswell and a onecoure lunch-
eon was served at tho close of tho
games. Mrs Jlrackney and Mrs.
.etcher's assistants weres Mes
dames M. Doulen A. Y. rtoswslt
William Hottonily A. G. Hake:
John Mlddlelon Don F McCarthy
Churlrs Johnson nnd Gaorge Hen-
ahaw Mrs. II. i;. (loots and Mrs. Le-
rompt Sykes shared honors at lho
itflerhoon bridge given Thursday of
Inst week by Mrs. J G llra'ikney.
The tubln decorations wero sugges-
tive nf Valentino's day and roso
baskets the work ot the hoifess
were favors. At cards Mrs. Loo
Dnnlel scored high Mrs Kverott
Mnnnlng second. Assisting Mrs
llrnckney wero Mrs. C. A. Vandover
Mrs. Albert H. Hogers Mrs. A. 1
lloiwcll Mrs A K Dawson Mrs.
W A. Mullen and Mrs. IMwtn
Argue. Guests Invited to meet Mrs.
Gorlz nnd Mrs. Sykes wero Mes-
dnmes C II. Hubbard J. W. HUk
L. II. lloesche Harry Tanner O.
W Stanley W. II. Kllmor Gary
Vandever William Cashey John
Mslcrs Homer llufft. William Gut-
fenstein J. C. Iteh-r II. ('. Chllds
Ilert It. Former J. W. Kelso C. A.
Cloud M. Donlavey Henri Walters
Andree Haffe) Hosn M. Seasher A.
K. Dunbar J. K. Steinberg Fred
Kitchen Georgo Itenshaw John
Owens Isaao Shuler II. W. Whitney
Arthur Hull John Chambers
Tho valentine motif prevailed in
the decorations for tfio "stunt" party
glvn by members and pledges of
tho Theta lleto I'M sorority on Sat
urday evening In tho homo of Miss
Nslle Trusty 411 West Hoventh
After several games tho pledges
presented a silhouette pantomlnn
with "take-offs" on tho members
and guests. At a lato hour choco-
lato and heart shaped sandwiches
wero served to .Mr. ana Mrs. iionton
Bprlnger Mlases Margaret Wynd-
Jinm Ioulse Wood Josephlno Lay-
man ISunlco MoAuthor Knthryn
Hill Lucllo Ilorlln Louise Lowry
Marjarlo Sharp Heryl Maupln Lucy
May Mnruuls. Ituth Harrison. Mil.
drod Kaiser Netln Trusty IO I a
Ilrooks Jantco Helney Lillian Ills-
sol Hetty Hunt Gall Lewis Juanlta
Jones lther Hoe. Lydta Milter
Lois Lundy Helen Fulling; Messrs.
i.awrcncs jonnson uien iiurord
Hugh Ferry Virgil Hall Winifred
Setser Harold McMahon. Louis
Heoves. Dan I'erry. John Crowdor.
Joo Trimble Keith Hlmobnugh.
jonn Htuart Tom Williams conrad
Hobertson Harold Wilder Kmmett
l'hilllps. Fred' Mnrtln Hob Andrews
Lolghton Avery Arthur Small Fred
Woods Hay Floek and Ilrooks Hart-
"Snrccsa trends on the liecls of
every rlcht effort."
If n shop can preset a finer fashion
quote a fairer price or give a better
sorvico' than its neighbor women will
'make a boutcn path to its door.
At all times we show tho newest modes;
at all times wo quote honest prices; at
all times wc extend a gracious service.
And again Emerson's creed is proving
U. counter Pitas rcit women
The Drama club discussed tho
one-act drama nt Its resular meet
ing on Friday aftflrnoon. Mrs. p. 13.
runmr gavu an interesting paper-
"Klements which tend to make the
one-act play a classic." Mrs Melasn-
backer gnvo a rending. "Thron Tills
In a Ilottlc." (Field.) Hostesaos
wero Mrs. I). F. McCarthy Mrs.
C. T. Hendershot and Miss MeAr-
thur Miss Uraco Kleadwell was ad
mitted to membership.
Mrs. T. J. Miller assisted by Mrs.
Leon Harbard was hoatess tit the
meeting of the Athvloka cluh on
Tuesday afternoon. A noted Okla-
noma man was the subject and nn
Interesting reading was glvinby
Mrs. Selber. A two-course luncheon
followed tho program Tho next
meeting of thn AthelokfT nlub will
bo a valentine party nt thn home of
Mrs. H. C. Mills Wednesday Feb-
Mssdames John A. Hoblnson E. O.
woodruff. Fred Hcoll nnd w. J
Zollinger will be hostesses on the aft-
ernoon of Saturday February 11 at
tne regular meeting or tun iiyecnxa
club. Italy wilt bo the subject. Ap-
pearing on the program will bo Mca-
damcs Fines Kwlng Htddle A. C
Johnson John A. Hoblnson C. G.
Sptndlcr and Mrs. Clyde L. Sears.
Chapter N. P. K. O. at a regular
meeting held last Monday passed
resolutions expressing tho grief ot
each member In tho passing away of
Mrs. Horace T. Andersoni these In
part were as follows) "It Is the de-
sire of this Chapter than an expres-
sion ot the respect honor and affec-
tion In which we hold our sister be
entered on our records and trans-
mitted to her relatives and friends.
Now therefore bo It resolved by
chapter N. T. K. O. that In the death
of Mrs. Andorson this society has
suffered a great and lasting loss and
declares for her Its admiration nnd
love born of yoara of lnltlmato asso-
ciation with her: and that tho mem-
bers ot this society find consolation
for her loss In tho memory of her
Mrs. Mary 15 Seaman Tast Orand
Matron O E. S arand Oklahoma
Jurisdiction Mrs. Normon Norval
Orand Martha ot Oklahoma Juris-
diction Miss Kllzabeth O Walter
Miss aertrudo M. Burnett and J C.
Burnett Instituted the Kleoma chap-
ter. U. D. at Klefer on Thursday
evening In tho Maaonla hull at
chuptor A. K. of P. B O. meets
with Mrs. H. J. McBweri 1443 South
Qulnry on Tuesday February 7 Miss
LI ix'o Owlnnup assisting hostess.
213-215 S. MAIN STREET
The Last Day of Our
"See t for -Yourself" Sale
A New and
Smart new dresses of taffeta or Canton
crepe in all new and becoming styles
for early spring wear.
The best values in Tulsa
Attrnctlvo new slip-over aprons In
pretty checks plaids stripes and plain
colors; (Alno dark lndlgocs; all sizes.
Bo sure to seo them.
Dress Protector Aprons
Made ot black mercerized sateen; cov-
ers back and front of dress with large
check or notebook pocket. Attached
with three small glove Bnaps at each
sldo waist band. Sizes 23 25 27 29
31 33 35.
Last - DaySpecialsinOurSee - for
Sprint: Shoes New In Style
Quality nnd l'rlce.
IyOt 1 Tho new "flappers" In
threo styles patent satin and
brown calf. Also satin with
Junior heel; see for fljr? Aff
yourself. l'rlce. ... D f .49
Lot 2 Black and brown calf
Und kid In flat and military
heels; also two numbers n
patent with flat and military
heels. The Hbove described
are priced from
$7.45 to $5.25
Lot 3 Wo will show our
French heel pumjis straps and
oxfords In tha window from
time to time at a (Pt f?A
loss. Price tDU.UU
9-4 wldtn;seo for (ft
yourself. 'Price 9uL
Men's Shirts $1.40.
Dress Shirts Perfecto brand
fast colors. Seo for (pi A(
yourself. Price... tDJLtU
Jap Lunch Cloths ft. 10.
These fast colored lunch
cloths slzo 48x18. Sat for
Hinds' Honey and
Cream Monday only.
See for yourself. Prlco
lUtl Spreads SI. 30.
Single bed size crocheted bait
spreads. $1.75 value Seo for
yourself. fl1 QQ
Price .. t&.07
Attractive basque'eifects puffed sleeves
and full skirts every one a different
style. Navies blacks and browns; all
at 2 for 75c
flood back fas-
tener stylos In
sizes 32 .to 41.
Heavy Tnrklali Towels 40c.
Kxtra large nnd heavy Turktah
Towels. Sea for 1Q
yourself. Price rirals
Pajania Checks 10c.
Good quality pajama checks
36 Inches wide. See for - Q
yourself. Price iiC
Splendid quality imrcalc. 36
Inches wldo. See for "t ff n
yourself. Price Xt)l
Cotton DlnnkctH $1.70.
Dray nnd white cotton blank1
ets with border. See for
Crochet Thread 5c.
nucllla crochet thread. In
green lavender deft blue light
pink ana yariegutod colors
Monday see for your-
Leather Purses $1.08.
A large assortment ot new
shapes made of genuine leath-
er. Seo for your- (pi (Q
self Prlco 3JL.0
Children's Hose 2 Sc.
Medium and heavy ribbed
school hose black only; all
sizes. Seo for yourself.
Choice ot lot. of plain taffeta
mescalines and fancy silk all
n one group See forfljl Af
yourself. Price.... tDXsbtV
Now here featuring exceptional
values Monday at
Tho model C72 Illustrated and half a
dozen other styles Included In both
front or back l.ico models. Always
wear a Henderson nono better.
for stout women Monday
Ot flnn materials In all pink sizes to
36. Be fitted In a Henderson. Th
new numbers are sure to please you.
Corset Dept. Second Floor
Tea TaiwcIs 28c.
Stamped tea towels assorted
designs; slzo 1Sx33. See for
New IIoso $1.05.
nude. fawn sliver. Russian
calf brown and black. See
Spring Cretonnes 85c.
Bright new colors In cretonnes
36 Inches wide. See for QKn
yourself. Price OOKj
Mohawk sheets size 81x90.
See for yourself.
White galatea cloth 27 Inches
an unusual bargain. See for
yourself. 1 Q.
Blenched Muslin 10c
Yard wldo bleached muslin.
See for yourself. "Ifin
Cnrtaln Nets 39c.
New curtain nets 16 Inches
wide cream white and ecru.
See for yourself. QQn
Price . Oft'
This Is a remarkable prlco on
Itunfrew'n dcvonshlre 33
Inches wide. Soe for QKp
yourself. Price Quv
can got a llttls Jar ot Montho.aj.
phur at any ami st6ro AdvortUs
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