The Oklahoma News (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 82, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 2, 1918 Page: 3 of 8
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PLAN TO MAKE
Hy laittd Prcaa.
Chicago, Jan. 2.—Palestine is to
be surveyed, studied and planned
by the brains of Zionism and then
methodically, scientifically, a New
York or a Chicago, with its street
cars, subways, rattle and turmoil
will rise out of peaceful, venerable
Ur. Schmarya levin, Palestine.
Jewish leader, announced today
that within the next two weeks,
ho had planned for a commission
to visit Palestine. There, with men
already on the ground, the 20th
century Jerusalem will be dreamed.
Scientists, economic experts, ugrv
culture leaders and engineers will
decree the future city.
The personnel oi the mission
will includo men from America,
England and Russia.
Preserve Old Buildings.
Irrigation systems, electric nnd
water power, street cars, railroad
trains, gas and electric lights, trie*
phones, and other things born since
Jerusalem was in its ascendancy,
will Jar the village from its slum- j
ber within a year, under the em-
bryo plan. The historic old build* j
lngs are to be preserved. The i
new structures will represent mod-1
A republic—with the best prin-;
ciples of the U. S., Swiss and j
English governments—will be the1
government of the new country.
Government control of public
utilities probably will bo estab-
Jerusalem is to be tin ngricul- j
tural center. All fruits will be j
produced in great quantities, and
getting back to the land will be
the realization of the dream of mil-1
lions of Jewish workers who have
been penned up In American and;
European cities for years, says Ur. j
Revival of the culture, life and
old nations of the 'near east" also
nro desired by leading Zionists, Pr.
Levin said. He declared he would ,
like to seo those nations restored I
and continue their old status.
NO VEAL FROM
Special to The "Kent.
Cleveland, O., Jan. 2.—Spare the j
veal cutlet and solve the beef
That's the war food slogan of \
H. 10. Payne, first butcher In •
America to point the way to prac-
tical method of beef conservation. 1
Payne doesn’t merely advise his
customers not to eat veal. He won’t
sell them any. Beef, pork, mutton?
All right, ma’am. Veal?x No!
"Save the calves and the beef
shortage will adjust itself."
In these words he explained why
he refuses to sell veal to his pa-
trons. Turning to cut a steak for
a waiting customer, ho went on:
"Twelve thousand calves a day (
are slaughtered in Chicago alone, j
These calves are from 6 to 12 j
weeks old, and will produce but j
75 to 125 pounds of meat.
"Should they be allowed to grow ;
Into yearling;-, they would produce)
"As two year-olds, they would
average 850 to 1000 pounds.
"But so long as the people will
pay fancy prices for veal, so long
will tin* packers supply them.
By refusing to sell veal, I am
trying to bring homo to my cus-
tomers a practical way of heeding ;
the government’s plea.”
MILK PLANTS ARE MADE
ORPHANAGES FOR CATS
Kankakee, 111, Jan. I.—Milk
dealers here have been afflicted
with an epidemic of orphan cats
When the price of milk recently
■ was raised 2 cents a quart, several
j citizens declared they could not af-
| ford to feed their cats. So they
left their tabbies on tile dealers'
doorsteps. One dealer Inherited
j eight eats in u single night.
tin,.ling, II. 11 Inia., I re-llurklns.
Itp I'nHid 7*rril.
Washington. Jan. 2.—-By taking
over the railroads. President Wil-
son solved a critical transportation
p.oblem, Chairman llall of the
interstate commerce commission
declared, refuting a recent state*
mont by Chairman Fairfax Harrison
of the railroads' war board, that
voluntary co-operation was accom-
plishing as much as government
Testifying before the congres-
sional railroad inquiry. Hall said:
"It is inconceivable that the
631 railroads all trying to makej
profits could accomplish us much
in these war times us a great uni-,
fied system. The railroads are a'
most necessary war instrumentality
and they should be in the hands
of the commander-in-chief.”
Carloads have been more than
doubled in some cases by the war
board as an efficiency measure.
The only way to prevent coal
famines in all parts of the country
is to stop all cross hauling of
coal, said Hall.
"We must follow the British plan
and divide the country into zones,
according to production and con-
sumption and not allow coal pro-
duced in a gone to be sent outside
of it. except for a foreign port,”
Certainly if a railroad needs any-
thing these days it is a man to so-
licit freight that can’t be carried.
WHY THEY USE
Modesty is an earmark o? the
local lawyers. Gee, yes! So humble
are they, that hardly a one ever
enters the court house thru the
front door. Nav, rather do they
go around to the side entrance,
and there intrude.
Some of them even deign to go
thru the back door, which Is used
far more frequently than the front.
Even the district judges use the!
side doors When the attorney |
gofioral has a case on, he comes in j
the side way.
But then too much credit should
not l>e accorded the bar association ,
for its unpretentiousness.
Because the front door of the j
court house, originally planned to
face the west, is seldom used, ex-
cept for sheriff’s sales. The statutes
provide that the auctioning off of
real estate on which mortgages
have been foreclosed, shall be done
• « J
at the front door. Legally, the
west is still the front.
But practically, the north and
south entrances are both front,
with the side entrance on the east,
by the county Jail. And the old
front door Isn’t generally consid-
ered when you speak of entrance.
ENID Escaping gas fumes from
a water heater, overcome Guy and
Loy Loopcr. who were helping
their mother with washing. Doc-
tors worked three hours over both
before they were restored to con*
seiousncFs. Their sister, Hortens#
was slightly affected by the fumon.
An Event UnparalleJ in Diversity and Immensity of Stocks and Enormous Saving Possibilities-lt’s Time to Provide for Future Needs-Supply Them Generously
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homa Glty Retailers’ Association.
—A Furious Drive Against Rising Prices
It Gathers Momentum as It Goes—and Previous “GOOD VALVES” Whirl
and Sings Through the Air—Explode in a Myriad of Price-Smashing Bargains
Rorabauah-Rrown’s Will Continue to Block the “Price-Rise” for Oklahoma City, tor the Present, at Least
Ribbon Femnants Half Price
The lot Includes all the ribbon remnants
accumulated from our unusually largo
Christmas business. Fancies, plain taffeta,
and satins. Various lengths from one third
to a yard and a half.
Special, at Half Price
Not only are our ENTIRE PRESENT STOCKS to remain on the low basis
r nri until every dollar’s worth is owned at its present low price by one
o our^ customers—Rut Many Thousands of Dollars’ Worth of Good, now com-
mandinR Higher Wholesale Prices Are Dr.ven Down to Lower Price, m This
3mU^^cL that the people of this community. WHO SECURE THEIR
SUPPLIES IN THIS SALE will be protected from the coming higher costs,
either from actual scarcity, or persistent profiteers. ’
Here are the things you need in your home-every one of which will ?AY
\ BIGGER PREMIUM ON YOUR MONEY than the savings bank.
Here is tile Wearing Apparel, pri. ' so cheaply that it would seem like
extravagance to let it pass by and pay the laf r
Here are the Silks anil Dress Goods that can he maoJ up when you want
the gowns, in wha.evcr style that time may suggest—some will be much higher
than regular prices—some will not he obtainable at all—yet sec how much the
very low regular prices are now redu.ed.
REMEM HER: This “DRIVE Agiinst Higher Prices" can PROTECT
ONLY THOSE WHO SHARE THE GOODS OFFERED. \Ye can't stop the
higher prices from coming. Ye are only “Staving Off” the advance—as long
| as OUR PRESENT STOCKS LAST—He sure to get YOUR SHARE NOW.
A Remarkable Rug Sale
at prices that effectively stem the advancing prices of
floor coverings and sold to you at terms that suit your
convenience. . ....
One 6x12 \. 'it, a beautiful deafen In tan and rose, suitable
for living room; regular *95 value, for S«8.7.».
One French Weave ling. 9x12, in tail and blue, SMALL, DE-
SIGN’—also a brown and black design, same size and quality;
regular **0 rugs for Still.50.
One llose, ]flue and Tan Wilton Hug, size 9x1-; regular *8j
value for S50. .
One Axmtnster Hug, size 11x13,Jn allover pattern In green
and tan; regular IC7.50 value for S.»5.
One Axminster Hug. size 9x12, in small design colored In
tan and mulberry; regular *50 value for S 12.50,
Seamless .Umlnster Hugs In conventional and Oriental h
Signs; an exceptionally good quality and diversity of beautiful
patterns and colors. S;-o 9x12; regular 5b. values at choice
$39.50; *42.50 values for $:!«; *50 value for SH2.50.-At Koraba.igh-
Frown's Hug Dept., Third Floor.
and desk sets, door stops,
umbrella stands, humidors;
these in spun brass and
other metals. Choice at
Manicure sets and travel-
ing cases in silk lined leath-
er roll with ivory fittings;
different style cases, One-
$16.50 Case ......._.. $8.25
$u.oo Case ........ $6.00
$10.50 Case ............$5.25
$ G.50 Case ............$3.25
Suit Cases, Grips and Trunks
This sale provides a splendid opportunity to secure superior
quality Trunks, Grips nnd Suit Cases at broadly reduced prices.
*15.00 Grips—In real, walrus and grain leather, in black and
tan, $11.95. .. ., ,
$10.00 Grips—In soul, walrus and grain leather, black or
tan; choice $7.95.
$0.00 Grips—Tn filled leather. $0.95.
$5.00 Grips—Filled leather, $3.95.
Wardrobe Trunks-7 ply fiber, Cretonne lined, shoe pocket,
separate lock boxes, brass trimmed, special burglar proof lock;
regular $<10.00 value, on sale for $19.50.
Wardrobe Trunks—Of D ply fiber, raised top model, linen
lined, brass trimmed, with brass lock and fasteners, 12 suit
hangers; *45,00 value, on sale for $32.50.
Wardrobe Trunks—ltegulnr size, reply fiber, extra strong
and serviceable, brass corners, lock nnd fasteners; *35.00 value,
on sale for $27.50. ,
Army Trunks-Just six regulation size army trunks to close
at choice $9.50. ... .
—At Rorabauuh-Browna, Third Floor, West Room.
Draperies Purchased During This Sale Will Be
Made Free of Charge
However, Draperies are made free of charge at Rornbaugh-
Frown's. We lay stress upon tlio fact to nvold confusion. In
Sun I'ast Madras In beautiful shades of blue, rose, tan and
grecri, regular *2.79 values, measured, made and hung free of
charge, at yard, $2.18.
Cretonnes-In dark patterns, In Chinese, basket nnd bird
effects; handsome designs and a quality that sold regularly jit
$1, at yard 70r.
Cui-luiti Nets Choice of 10 pieces of cream and ecru nets;
worth at regular price t-.’o nnd *2 75; special at yard $2.50.
Cretonnes- Discontinued patterns In blue, pink, roso nnd
gray designs, splendid 50c nnd 75c values at yard 29c, also 25c
and 35e cretonnes at yard 19c.
Scrims Choice of 12 patterns In colored bordered effects;
25c values; yard I9r.
Yankee Cloth—A splendid curtaki materlnl combining Voile
and Cretonne; choice of nine different patterns la DOo quality,
at yard 39c.
—At Itorabinigh-Rrown's Drapery llept., Third Floor.
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Extraordinary Shaping Opportunities Prevail in the House Furnishing Department-Third Floor
J rr O r* __________ ... , tv rwrnn gnonnn. *1.60 value. lid, *0.00 value ..........$3.75 White enamel Dlshpan, 14-qt. Loaf Cake or Bread Pans,
LICKED BY SCHOOLMATES
FOR SEDITIOUS REMARKS
Uy l nit id Pitas.
Dallas. Tex., Jan. 2.—Mary De-1
Lock, 13-year-olil school girl here,:
"hoped the kaiser would lick old
Wilson and all the rest”, accord-:
lug to her schoolmates, who *
promptly administered a sound >
The other girls of the school
charge that for several days Mary j
has referred to them as "thick*!
lipped Americana" and had spoken
disparagingly of America and!
America’s part in the war.
The father demanded of school j
officials that "the giris who at* (
tacked my daughter bo expelled’’.
County Superintendent Hudspeth
has instructed the teacher of the
school to extract a promise from
Mary not to repeat her remark::
oir make other unpatriotic remarks,
li! she refuses, she is to be ex-
pelled, ho said. The teacher also
was instructed not to punish the.
girls who attacked her and to in
form Mary that they would not. be;
KAISER SAYS FORCE
WILL RESTORE PEACE
Hi! I nHid Press.
Amsterdam. Jan. 2.—"We are all'
instruments in the hands of God
Almighty to restore peace," Kaiser
Wilhelm told his troops around
Gambiai Christmas e ve, according ’
to delayed dispatches received here
"You must have wondered why
Clod allowed a fourth year with us
still at war," he said. "We main-
tained peace nearly half a century
while others disturbed it. So, by
force, we must bring peace hack."
German newspapers, which feat-
ure the kaiser’s address, are also
full of discussion of a great German
offensive on the west front. The
Socialist organ, Yorxvaorts, declares
Germany will "u^o concentrated
fcrcos on one front in order to con-
vince her enemies of the necessity
SAYS HUSBAND MADE
FALSE EXEMPTION CLAIM
Special In The \eirs.
Huntington, W. Ya., Jan. 2.—
K »lly Needham. 26, was arrested
1»\ federal authorities at the behest
of local hoard No. 1. on a charge
of swearing falsely to his que.s*
Needham claimed his wife, whom
he married In October, was mainly
dependent up'"1 him for support.
The wife, however, told the local
hoard that Needham had given her
only $20 since their wedding day.
As a matter of fm-t, the wife
alleged, she had contributed tn
her husband’s support. The local
board announced they will classify
Needham in the first list to be
selected for service.
15-cent Table of gray granite- J
ware, tin ware and cutlery; con-
sists of pudding pans, mixing
howls, dippers, stew-pans, wash
basins, bread pans, paring J
knives, egg heaters, salt Jars,
ladles, spice hexes, soap racks,
etc., Half Price.
All Faints and Varnishes to
dose out at Half Trice.
Baby Cribs, $3.50 value, spe-
Japanese Hampers, split reed,
One-third Off .Marked Trice.
100 Meat Boards, regular 10c
value, special 5c.
50 Linen and Cotton Mops,
regular 50c values, special 29c. ,
Kgg Crates, regular 50c val* |
Fine Maple Rolling Pins, spe-
Soven-pioco Combination Cook- !
rr, enamel Kling steel, guaran- :
teed first quality, regular $1.75. |
Mail Boxes. 15c each.
Wash Boilers, ext^i heavy,
ron-adjustable tin, size No. 7.
Regular $2.00 value. Special
Kxtra heavy tin boiler, with
copper bottom; regular price,
$2.50. Special. $2.19.
Slop Jars, heavy grade white
enamolwnre, regular $1.75 value.
Heavy Sheet Iror. Snvory
1 biaster. Special, $1.18.
Half I’rlre Table consists of
band painted glassware, soap
trays, sugar and cream sets,
perfume bottles, vases, com-
potes, bowls and pjates.
Donatello ware. Jardinieres,
Vases, Ash Trays and Fern
;>ishes. Half Drive.
Frunze Statuary, Half Drive.
1 Usque Statuary. Half Drive.
Flower Fowls, with bird and
butterfly fixtures; glass flower
baskets and many oilier useful
and pretty articles to go One-
half Marked Drives.
Flectri Fottdoir Damps. 2 way
chain pull socket, silk shade and
f, feet silk cord. *12.50 values,
$8.5(1; *1(1.50 values, SI.50.
33 1-3 Reduction on
All Melal Goods
Royal Rochester Electric Cof-
fee machine with f> feet detach-
able cord. $18.53 value, $12.35.
Electric Royal Rochester Per-
colator, heavy nickel copper, six
fret cord, regular $12.5u value,
Fleet ric Chafing Dish, Royal
Rochester ware, regular
Electric Grill or Stove, Royal
Rochester ware, 3 attachments,
Heavy Nickel Silver Bread
Trays, $2.50 value, $1.69.
Cut Glass Vases
Heavy Floral Cuttings.
$7.50 value .............$5.09
$0,50 value .............$1.75
$9.00 value ............SO.OO
$7.00 value ............$5.00
Cut Class Duff P.oxes, *5.00
value, $2.75 each. Hair receiv-
Ono lot Cut Glass Vases, 14
Indies high, floral nnd leaf rut-
ting, star bottom; *4.00 value.
Cut Class Hud Vases, six de-
signs to choose from; values up
to *1.50. Choice 98c.
Heavy Cut Class Water Sets,,
[j.pint jug and 0 glasses, floral
cutting, *7.50 value. Special,
Odd pieces of American brand.
.Salad Forks, $1.75 value...$1.35
Choose Server, $1.00 value...75c
Butter Spreaders, $2.50 value,
Six for ........ .....$1 .!••»
... D. Coffeo Spoons, $1.50 value,
six for ..................$1.10
Tablespoons, $3.00 value, six
Dessert Spoons, $2.50 value, six
Berry or Salad Spoons,
eae h ....................$ I. < 5
Card Trays ...............$1.50
Silver Bud Vases .........$1.98
Rogers A 1 Teaspoons, 6 for $3
Rogers A1 Tablespoons, G..$l
26 piece chest Rogers A l
Silver ................ $12.50
Sheffield Silver Bread or Fruit
Tray, $3.95 value........$2.29
Rogers A 1 Ice Tea Spoons, six
i for .....................$3.50
! Rogers A t Orange Spoons, six
| for ....................$5.00
Rogers “A-l ” Silverware
Cream Ladle, $1.25 value... 95c
Gravy Ladle, $1.35 value.....95c
Berry Spoons, $1.95 value..SI.15
J’ie Knives, $2.00 value....$1.50
Butter Knives, $1.00 value..75c
Sugar Tongs, $1.50 value. .$1.10
A. D. Coffee Spoons
J Rogers A A, $2.00 value.... $1.50
I Cheese and Cracker Tray, quad
j ruple plate glass cheese re- j
ceivcr; $5.00 value.......82.75 I
j Hammered Silver Cheese and
I Cracker Tray with silver *
Hd, $6.00 value ..........$3.75
Loaf Sugar Trays, pierced
silver, $3.00 value .......$1.98
Silver Bonbon or Nut Bowls,
$2.00 value ..............$1.29
Sheffield Silver Sandwich
"Trays, $5.00 value .......$3.95
Japaneso Novelty Boxes, made
of fine grade of wood, on
graved designs; values up
to 35c; choice, each........15c |
Mahogany Candlesticks and
Bud Vases, 79c value,
each ......................19c j
Tokoware, assortment of Ash !
Trays, Bud Vases, Bowls
and Candlesticks; regular
25c values; special ...... 19c
Japaneso Teacups and Saucers, I
pretty floral designs; regular
value $1.50, special,
6 for ....................$1.19 I
Japanese Tea Sets consists of 1 j
teapot, 1 sugar !> ;wl, 1 ' ream-
er and 6 teacups and saucer*, j
$2.50 value, for ......... M.98
White Enamel Berlin K• 111«•. i
G-qt. size. 2 coat ser% us w are j
with bail or handle; $1 value,
rtility Washboards, heavy
galvanized metal, 40c value, 29c J
Roller Towel Racks, heavy j
roller and wood frame, 20-ineli
width, 15c value, I lie <a
White enamel Dlshpan, 14-qt.
size, 85c value, 69c each.
Fancy Baskets, Trays, Fern
Dishes, Match Cases, Glovo
Boxes and l’ln Trays, covered
with fine grade of cretonne.
January clearance salo half
Sanitary Clothes Hampers,
made of Indestructible fiber
wood, covered with heavy white
$5.50 Hampers ............$3.05
$1.50 Hampers ........... $3.90
$1.00 Hampers ............$2.07
White Enamel Coffee Pots, 2-
coat Horvus ware in cup size;
$1.00 value- 69c.
Spice Cabinets, fine maple
wood, has compartments for all
kinds of spices; $1.00 value 69c.
50e Milk Bails, made of heavy
tin with fine wire strainer at-
tached Special 39c.
Combination Stools and Step-
Ladder. A very useful article
m the home; height 3 feet, 98c
Wlilto Enamel Stew Bans,
heavy w ire hail, 8 fjt. size, 8'Jc
Graduated qt. measure Cup,
heavy tin, 10c each.
Tube Bake Bans, heavy tin,
Loaf Cake or Bread Pans,
heavy Cream City ware, 20o
value, 15c each.
Tub# Cake Pans, especially
fine for angel food or loaf cake,
removable bottoms, 65c value.
Aluminum Salt and Peppers,
extra heavy bottoms, 25c pair.
Aluminum Napkin Rings, 10o
Aluminum Crumb Tray and
Semper, $1.25 each.
Aluminum Child’s Cup, 13c
Aluminum Sugar or Flour
Shakers, 35c each.
.\hunlnum Matehholders, 13c
Aluminum Salt Shakers, 10c
Aluminum Casserole, $2.50
Aluminum Stew Kettle, 4 qt.
size, with set-ln lid, heavy
handle, $1.75 value. Special
Aluminum Skillets, extra
heavy sheet aluminum, black
ebony wood handle, $2.50 each.
Aluminum Doublo Boilers, 1-
qt. size, extra heavy cast
aluminum base—$3.50 value —
Aluminum Measuring Spoons,
set of :: 15c.
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Bargains from the Dry Goods Department
50 Double-bed Size Comforts—Covered with ex ' of these are soft and fluffy anil suitable for
cellent quality of beautifully designed silkoiine, filling pireiishions, sofa pillows, quilts and coin-
filled with white sanitary <ot*on. Very specia
Jyl.50 Comforts—<Uily four dozen of tl;
double-bod size* comforts, extra special values
Dress Percales—Light colors, extra good qi
ity, yard 12'ye.
Silkolincs and Cretonnes—In quite a large
versity of beautiful designs, yard at 20c.
Muslin—Yard wide, soft finish, full blend
Ilegl.i Poplins—In green, blue, red, white ;
black, regular 50e value, at yard 35c.
27 inch Dress Gingham—t'ln.it e of over
yards of extra good 2or grade (short bn t
most all colors and designs—yard 15c.
22c and 20c Ginghams—In a broad assortment
of riioire enlors and designs— vard I8r.
Outing Flannel—Dark colors in extra heavy
quality yard 1 Hi*.
36-inch Tress Percales—A splendid a -sortr
of colors is provided in an excellent 22e i« i
at yard —c.
18-inch Linen Crash—A
grade and vc
other Hnen < radi that rods regal.u
is very .-pedal at 8 yards for Si.00.
1 nhicuched Sheeting—An uiiid nail.
Ity df slii'i’tme ("i si.....i ll sal.- ;.t >
Hlt ai lit (1 Ma i l.ife— ' ‘
Mim. hid sherlm", at ym'.l l>.
\ finis, I 7 in.nee butt good tor
It. for SI.(10.
it. A :
I forts, 71'l.'tidid values, I for $1.00.
K \ B . No. 25, 9 outD'.-s of pure, soft ration.
| snowy v I. ie, good value l'or 30c each.
1C \ B No. 35, 13 ounces of pure, fluffy cot
I ton, • vLienL quality and value, for 40c each.
1C \ II Red Star, l'-, ounce l.att of pure, white
I cotton, soft and downy, full pound and full quilt
a extra good ility and value t<»r 65c
1C \ B No. ilO, 12 lbs . full comfort siz ■ butt,
j snowy white, IOC p»*r cent pure, fluffy cotton.
1 ; An A 1 value for $1.25.
1C A 11. No. 110, 3 pounds, full c*»mf«"t size
• 1 (7l.'v."i no lies) snowy white and 100 per cent
’ .-oft, fluff> cotton, one of beauty and quality,
i for SI 50 each.
Olir I .minus is a 2 pound halt, 72\90, fu 1 com-
fort six-, good, soft cotton and a Juo j.< r cent
line. f"i 95c each.
I Western star is a full 1 pound halt, snowy
whit*', i beautiful quality and extra value for
]*• H e ca< 11.
"Sil\er l leecc" L a beauty, 72x90. full «<.mf'»rt
id size, parked in carton; extra good quality and
ieei.nl at 9 yiriN fur sum. AM v:»! :■ ’ " $1.98 cadi.
seiis regularly for . .<• .Mill ( oinfurler Ball i- u . ‘< <»f best qua!-
it >.• wind and cotton, 72x.ui full comfort siz*?,
parked Ml * .ri.it. A 1 quality md \ahie for
\ select w eo' proce--etl hull, •< o- .1 < ord*
• •, full rntnbul size and wdght 2 p ands,
I m . Diton. Social value h-i S2.25.
i : \ fine \iislrnll:m I uni.-' Wool Bail, full
,.,,nifoi * 2 pound*, w. it:lit and an extra fine
1C A. B
1C \ B. No. 20.
All \i RoralMiigh-Brow u’h l .coirun,> Biisement.
Attractive Vulues From
the Jewelry Section
Bags Greatly Reduced—
flumes in roi
finish, with and
plain ami fringed hot
to 810 .......
. .. $2.95
Whitby #let Earrings
gold mountings and
. Crystal Gl.is
*s, uniform si/.<
mi royo, atnber, gre< d. Iiliuk
•\ $J 9,5 values
ig Silver and
•Ml c , !
ti - 2’5e values.
Gold Beaded II
in< h izo, t *< t inan ilx • ■
;• 0*• values - 29c.
effeet nnd 111
•lister pearl and
$4, .*$ and $1
Spei i ll
nd 69c Novelty
n colored stones
nd cameo. Spot
’ins and 1 'a oi»che
i • • v. e'.rv,
;.«»«• and 6!'c i
ox - die.-
B* v d
t <mihs. rl
i, . -Ion*
i • i, i; 11«• •
. fa tiev novelti*
-, $1‘J .5
• n galleries l
1 .. • if
stock to (lose
\ 11X 1 • 11 X’
Line Tree ....
1 )<• M ru<
'1 it< h
*,i • i x
' t Rornbaugh Brow it's
l lour, 1 asf Room, ! ’nuil.
• man* •■■•••*• <»•»* ■»•«< • •• ■
»• ilW'IIUIUUM . ■•■«••»••••
4 - ' *■
• ••••. ««•••■••••••••• .(••■•••■•••MU
Magnetic Values from the Garment Section
Women's Coals in
dipped velours and i i •.' ores,
brow 11 and n«»v*dt uu*. u
inod' l -, fur and ro e t
16s t(j 42s, J'“gul (r ; . •>)
$IC50 Salm ami Serge Dres-
an<l hlae 1>:, made in !' mo
*Tfeidiv* I;. tnmmed. i.me
Misses' Coals i i x 1
Navy, brown and jm\ ' nu>.
quality of warmth
Sizes 15, 17 and 19- • ? 1 -’ ••
of pen-ale. in pink, ban- and
special at choice 98c.
(.iris’ Middies—I : *
blue, pink, green :m 1 > '
sizes 11< <m 2 s t.i 12
Us to 40s, at *l.o.i'*' 69c.
< hildren’s ( oals—
and gr*en. Lerge c..'u, h-
Children's Dresses at
Children's Gingham Hnsses-
S./.-s ” p, r.Sl.Mj \ .11 •.■ , '.'He.
:rs, i lined. Regular $4 00 values for $3.98.
Junior Coats—Sizes 15 to 19, in navy, green
and brow n corduroy, in nie with wide collars
"m and v. mV b'hv, e\ •< . * i,r slyh-s; !-#*gu)ru-lv priced
’* j for % \ ’ to t 11» $7,511.
Children's Coals—s'pVttdid $7''0 values In nov-
< ' • Dii'. ttit*'- jn n:‘"V. i, a ui I gl'et n *‘! f * M’ts, belted
-O'4 ' *o if I 'ho;, e S5.!*S.
Misses’ I tlion Suit -—\ .!•'■' 1:1 me*limu w'eight
g . i oa ;.t, tn s..... ft "Hi 2s to 12--, vi-ry *pe*-ial tne
Women’s I cmui Suits—■-■*
! •' t■:i} iD' it* 8!lc.
I liildrm's Knit ( aps—1
W.iin.n’s Silk Boot Ho*.
1 t.i I't pm- 65c.
Nlisscs' "lop-.'" Il.we—«'<
Women’s I lose—i n w
id H only—
>c \alues In
ers in sizes
19c, 3 pairs 50c.
black; sizes S 1-2*
Women’s I’ibbed ’lop. Black Hose—Sizes <?
. 1*» p nr 15c.
Ml N r
sizes front 0 to 14. 1 ’i . ■ i from
<jq; 7;, to $22— marked 1 oiu*-
Cldklrcn’s (liugliam Ihtsses—
Sl/e.s J rum ' to i 1, $ ’ " \ alnes,
S2.95; $2 'aim- ’ -.5; ;
<195 valu-‘A f*u 81.69.
Vl Boraba ugli-Brown’s, Second
I lour, Fast Boom.
Clearance of Boys'
lln's' 69c and ,9t W isii Suits
|to> s' 89c W mil "eu's, *i-»c—Stfi
Box M .75 ami Slot) Wash Milts, 98c-
bite and colors,
to clour at 50c.
colors, m plain
I’oneerncd ks .-t,
m stripes and
Bat's* 75c 'shirts ami Bloitso—
’ l(,.i ,, . ,; | . !i i•'ii.?m t 'In
I ( .. , ,| u ]U|... •; o gat mem 59c.
\t Borabatigli Brow n'**. Sn ond l ioor, l ast Boom.
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Parker, G. B. The Oklahoma News (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 82, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 2, 1918, newspaper, January 2, 1918; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc859393/m1/3/: accessed November 20, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.