The Oklahoma News (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 155, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 28, 1917 Page: 2 of 10
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THE OKLAHOMA NEWS—Page 2
SCHOOL BONOS ARE
GAINING, SAYS BEARLY
“j] | BIG LECTURER AGAIN
Coufideuqe that Ui* $#60,000
etijjal bond ls#ua artil gtn to
prowin* daily at asmpalgn ooto*
mlttee headquarter* at Lea*
“We are fiodias that people
. are lining; up when they learn
< the true school condition.” aaid
! Fred Bearly, campaipu chairman,
Bupt J. A. Whitererd toened
4 atatemeat Wednesday srapha- ___
•Wff 01 ImproTem.nW I wajM~7 8oc«t
that erlU be p real da J hr
?enda. He pointed out *#»»,*, Mn <mt ,OU(,
$(00 children ero tearteqnately , __r c Gou<1}.( Dpnver> Gran(i
tonuaed. between J0® “f ®JL°, Sire of the World, 1b a vlsiww
udn hare to attend eohooi haU- wltlh , 1 udJ Fe|lc>wa ,Ud will
days only, and that the high
echoed wtll lo*e Ita etandln* with
•ueredKed echnola unless pre*ent
facilities are Increased to rail ere
—One year ago today: The
day's war eacltemaat waa fur-
ntehed by Carnanaa'a refusal to
let V, 8. troop# pursuing Villa
nee Mexlcau railway#.
— Ten years ago today:
“flhlok" Stahl, famous player,
have been established at 100
—Old Man Sage says:' "Be-
A man can
IS DENTIST FEATURE
Lecture of Dr. Western A
Price of Cleveland, O.. at the
Empress Wednesday morning
was the feature of the third
day of the convention of the
Oklahoma State Dental society.
Clinics and lectures made up
Wednesday's program. The big
.social event of the convention,
IN HOT PURSUIT
hy I'nitcd Pi tea.
London. March 28.—General
, . v ia wa# driving hla wedge
the annual banquet, will he he,d j with (sledgehammer blow* against
at the Lee-Hui-kin* Thursday the Qermant> t0(la,y north of r,a
f'Tht. j t>re an<) af the time, by
hot pursuit, forging another
such wedge directed at Laon.
The moet bitter fighting of
the advance so fas- is centered
BATTLE IS TO COME
By L titled lJic*§.
Washington, March 2S.—Hope
for & bl-parttoan organlsatloi
of the house seemed finally lost
today when. Rep. Mann, minority
leader, following conference with
Majority Leader Kltchln, said
he believed both Kopdbllcane am, j
Democrats would present com-'
pleto tickets Monday. j
Governor Williams has writ-
ten a fair-alied vqlume aaplain-
in* hla disallowance of various!
items in the general deficiency I
bill which carried abuot $300,-i
000 when It left the legislature.
He will filo tho volume and
•!*p the mil prpbably Thursday.,
“He's killed everything bqt
the title and lie’s considering!
vetoing that,” said a disappoint- 1 general uppropriatlog MU SSA
ed claimant plaintively Wednes- scores of minor measure* whiclx
day. must b» acted ou by Saturday
The governor still has the midnight.
TRAIL SUCCESS SEEN
IN NEWCASTLE BRIDGE
Usark Trail committees began! around the point of this second
follow up work Wed nee day on1 wedge, near St. Gobaln forest.
____ „wv,_v „ ________the rcaiilts o? Tuesday night's; Military experts here today i
*7 lie Juat as'well In a whisper aa ! muss meeting at the auditorium. , expreas their admiration of the
It nan mit innd “ Five hundred fifty-seven mem- marveloua speed with which Ni-
ters In the local trail associa-
tion had been signed up Wednes-
day morning. Committees will
trv to reach the 1000 mark by i advance of its carefully
Plans to give wray.
in the meantime, on tho Rrlt-
make address tonight.
—-Three killed In Godfrey, 111., 1 tho end of the week,
when C. and A. treln hlls auto. Altho attendance at the mans
vello has moved, following up
•very advantage of the German
retreat and forcing the enenr- in
—Spain 1h sending formal pro-
. _______ —, j test to Berlin agslnst alnklng of
- . .. __ _T.~' Belgian relief ship#, at requeat
W^telTtov iof Hrrbert Hoover, eay Madrid
•f tho hood toau* Wegeomtoy. | d|8patcj,ei.
Indorsement wms given by tho
Rotory and Dion clubs Tuesday,
end each voted $15 to aid in
BALL IS POPULAR
Bdgotnoro school playground
Ml gamso are gaining In popu-
larity. Two gamas nova boon
played, one by boy* and the
Other hy girls5 te»». In tho
h*ys’ game, tbo (dagger* de-
foatod the Big Hitters, 14 to 8.
R. O. Beatty Is captain of the
Sloggers and John Mertln of Big
In tho girls’ teams, wnile
Bake's teem scored a victory
over Elizabeth Ogden's team, 14
—qilsBospolto boagto hlggari
baby; son «f Mr. and Mrs.
Mandjak .weighed II
nds at birth._
Maks Yoar StoMcb
Yaar Bast Frlaai
•(wart’s Dyspepsia Tabtete PI—st
Mm Nod, Peeve— Soanmaa
and Make Vo* Peel
ftsm All Osar.
Itoii U MaVris Trial
If —a teal agy distress after
sating trim a Stuart's Dyspepsia
'Tablet. Yea will thsa hare a
steady (rigid la your
i. far aa mattsr what
at tbara will he ao gas. aa
risings. as lamp la roar
i, ao btUouaaoea, so dark
taste la tiis morning. And
___yea bow be troubled, oat
•t asaa the laaits
ic work will* the
aad raasTses H>
Hr effeeUva are
saatesa aad OMaa
apt «a moat etoawah do-
st Rellsf la those eases
hriWri *>* dad maUa.
W. VPS 2TW.
i •* »aad to yew stomach,
rsa trial pacha— to amUad
the mapoa balow.
Two Injured, seore In panic
at explosion In Alton, 111., cart-
ridge company, when somebody
dropped a powder bucket.
—Chicago major league parks,
and the Brown’s park- In St.
Doula are to be used as drilling
—Outside of all his other
duties William Howard Taft
sp*aks to Men’s Dinner club at
6:48 Thursday, the last speak-
ing date In his visit here.
—Tho amply able to care for
her he refused, assorted Kate F.
Kbeiilng Id dlvorcti action
Against Joseph L. Eberling.
—Judge George Clark plans to
take a day off and make garden.
-—Attorney V. B. Hayes, Du-
rant; offered supreme court com-
mleslonershtp by Gov. Williams.
—8 .W. Stewart, president of
Ambureeu Construction Co., ar-
rives from New York to check
up progress on city wgter pro-
—Application to Install trash
boms in business district and
consideration of drainage ditch
No- 9 at new water plant, be-
fore eity commissioners.
—Mayor Overholser goes to
Paula Valley to be prlncpal
speaker at bsnquet there Wed-
—Carol Tye, mayor’s secre-
tary, to take party of newspa-
permen to city water site. Seven
miles west of town, Ssturdey.
—(Accidents decreased TOO pet
eaat since traffic ordinances have
been put Into effect.
—Candidates for city offices
eampletn that they are having
trouble Interesting the voters be-
oauas of tb* multiplicity of other
attractions this w*tk.
—Criminal court of appeal*
lsh front the fighting was still
of the open variety, as opposed ‘
to tho masses of men now com- j
lng to grips on *ho French sec- .
tor*. The British are stcmlily j
meetlm; whs disappointing, work-
era say they will he able to put
over the membership campaign.
With the Newcastle bridge us-
surod thru support uf tho county
commiBBlonci s the sucre** or-forging ahead, cavalry and arm-1
the membership campaign wlll'ored cars incessantly harrassing !
practically decide In fuvor of i 'he retreating Germane. Weather
Oklahoma City for the loca'lon 1 conditions continue ths main ob-|
of the trail route thru hen. Mtaclo to awlfter progress.
--------------- Two Vital Moves.
4 GUARD REGIMENTS Holland dUpatohss today do \
CALLED OUT TODAY ta,1e,l reports of two German
moves of exceeding Interest—
one that the German* wer* pre-
paring for a shortening of their
lines by wlthdrawalo in Alsace:
the second that Berlin had
made tentative offer* of a sepa- I
rate peace to Russia—tb# terms !
to include autonomy for Poland.
Internationalism of Constantino-!
pie, Russian domination of Ar- '
menla and, In return, Russian '
evacuation of Austrian territory j
now held. j
heart habeas corpus application
sought to b* extradited to Cha.f-
ot V. H. WQdman, held here.
fso-oo, Colorado, charged with
perjury la a divorce oase.
—Quarterly report & rds wer*
Ivon oat to students at
OOhsol today, according
.... announcsmsnt of Prof. J.
T. Wellemeyer this morning. AJ1
parents are requested to aek
lor oardo this afternoon.
—Sugar Jumps II cents per
108 pounds In wholesale pries to
11.11 and 18.11.
—A now town, salted Marion,
trill ho opened hy J. 8. Gladlsh,
•IT Coleord building, April 24.
It will be 10 mfpvs east of Okla-
—Jim WhHehill, Judge Clark*a
' poltto and aeeommodatlng bailiff,
waa mighty glad to os* tho Couch
trial end. Ho has boon consid-
—*Ex-Llsuten*nt Governor Mo
Ataoter visited the court house
—Chicago city council to ask
Itllaolo teglslatnr* for powqy to
own and oporat* cold otorsgoo,
warohonot*. dopoU, eeal yards,
lee btrasoo aad retail markets, so
It can eomhat food apseulators.
lit, Dm lei Freni.
Washington, March 38.—Four
mors national guard regiments
were called to the colors today.
They are tho First West Vir-
ginia: Heventy-FourtU New York
Infsntiy; Second Connecticut In-
fantry, and tho Second New Jer-
The firet regiment of engin-
eers, t . S. A., except Company
“F," has boeu ordered from the
Southern department to ita honie| ' Lnii^. nr
station at Washington Barracks ***** vtOUSr.5 IWU31 BE
here. DELIVERED THURSDAY
liy Fnitril Fine.
London, March 28.-
Birdhouses to he ontorod In
the City FederatloniRotary Club-
C. of C. contest must be taken
Thursday to the new C. of C.
rooms. 325 W. Majn-*t. where
the Judging will tak* place Fri-
The Rotary ctub Is giving |25
In prize# to thooe making the!
Commons regarding proposed most artistic and serviceable,
electoral changes the former plrd-housc*. L’ntrpts «r* divided
suffrage gained a distinguished
advocate today In the peraon of
former Premier Herbert Asquith.
Speaking In the House of
prime minister made a strong
plea for granting of the suffrage
At one time Asquith was one
of tho most errdlally detested
government leaders by the Wom-
into two classes: In class A are |
the manual training boys ofj
the seventh grade, and In class j
B, all boys and girls under j
17 years. •
The public is invited to view ■
__,_L1L0i?I.ii?le i *ho exhibit of entries Frlcinj
afternoon from 2 tp B and Sat-!
urday from 10 a. m. to 5 p. tn
militant auffragette organisation.
TALKS AT CHURCH
O. C. Crawford, for IB years
a missionary to China, will lec-
ture at Maywood Presbyterian
church tonight, at 3.
Crawford haa spoken on China
affairs over the nation, under
auspices of the Presbyterian
hoard of foreign missions.
TOO UTE TO CLASSIFY
WALL PAPEH SALB this ws#k.
Be. 7V(e. 10c p«r roll. Brock Wall
■ ■ ----- - —
A flNuLR (larlpy Davidson
toreycio Coe Hal* cheap,
modal, chain driv*. 31 o W.
ui i,b ron# year oio, suo-
)#et to r#aistar; uaad to .auto. Ms-
pl> S«0. *00 W. Chlcksmw.
WANTED—Whlto woman for g#n-
•ral lioua# tvoric; German pre-
ferrod._100T W. IStU.___
l’Ofi 8AT.fi—Ford roaaster. w'al.
FOft flihE—3 good fresh cows,
also young mules. horses and
mares, cheap. Also farm imple-
mente. lflt W. N-hie, W 406S._
"'Wanted—Lady for general
housework S#1 "
- ADULTS. : large nicely fur-
nlthed houaekeeplug rooms. 11C H
N Doualee.__Wsi __
Red egg* for hatch-
Phone Maple 11*2. f\ H.
.Tonnson a Hon.
loeation in e
evenings W*l 4S2I.J
maker: heel loeation in city. W*l
7413: • —.....-
OQV GOODS CO^&ObW.MAM
il Silkt ^Played for First Time
TO GOVERNOR'S STAFF
Governor Williams Wednes-
day appointed F. L. Neville,
Lawton, auditor *f the senate
In the Sixth legislature, a lieu-
tenant-colonel on the honorary
ing and Buttons
Smmmmr Unim Suita
Mlri. neatly trimaiai.
•aw; all stow. 88a. *
mom's “Merods " mtw
mauMT wright, ehrit
>: very fin* ribbad.
We and TBo.
Wam*nh ala*ad Valet
•Brie; “Marads” quality—
narrow ahsulder straps;
wry fine material. Me aad
Women'• Lisle Teats.
80k taped. Borrow should-
er straps: fta* ribbad, BBo.
Chtldren'e summer Talon
IlMi, loos* knss; etas* 4
18 14, He.
Infanta' Rnbna'/ Sktrta
la wot*, BOe,
h>w Arrivals <X Geor-
8rite Crtqm, 48 ladwi wide
—Extra good quality of
OaargaM*. In n wonderful
display of catering*. Priced
All auk Mttrriag, fi.M
YriMTriyYe Pueey Wil-
low Taffeta* and Crop* da
Chlaa in opart etripo, ther-
They’r* silks, peraonall)
eeiewed hy Mr. Mule, now
in Near York The matarl-
ale on display for first
time today include Cascade
cloth for eporte wear: radi-
ant striped Taffeta#, figured
Poplin* and fancy Pussy-
Willow Taffeta shirting*.
The selection Is vee^y com-
Fancy Plaid* and Striped
Kfetas—A very complete
display ta wonderful radiant
coloring*, full yard wide,
meed 81.80. 81 .T5 and 89.
Figured Poplins, gl.SB-
Clever conventional designs
for oporto wear, fully yard
Published Tn Th# Oklahoma Newe, j
March ll. 27. tl. 1*17)
ORDIMASCH NO. 1*04.
AN UKDINANCE PROHIBTTtNO
BEGGING \V YTH1S CERTAIN
DlSEINKl* DISTRICTS. PRK- I
HCKIH1NG A PENALTY FOR
VIOLATION THEREOF AND DE-
CLARING AN EMERGENCY,
BE IT ORDAINED BV THE BOARD
OK COMMISSIONERS Of THE I
CITY OK OKLAHOMA ClTT:
Section 1. It shall b# unlawful . |
and an offrnaa for any.psraon to I
beg or solicit alms on the follow-
ing streAla, to-wlt:
Broadway and Robinson Xtr«#ts |
from California Avenue to Fourth
Harvey Str«et from California j
Avrnua to Second Htrvet;
Hudson Street from California
Avanur lo Firat Street, and
Grand Avenue. Matn Street and
Firat S'.reel from tha Hanta Fo |
RIght-of-Way to Hudson Street,,
or in any #llry or public place I
embraced within the above de- j
scribed diatrlc:; provtded. that I
this Ordinance shall not #pply to I
person# soliciting for the purpose i
Of public or organl*#* charity i
Section I Any person violating
any provielon of this Ordinance
•hail ba deemed guilty of an of-|
tense and on conviction thereof be 11
fined In a aura not lo exceed i
nineteen (ttl.t'O dollars end coa.#
Section 3 The annoyance of
pedestrians and the blockading of I
traffic In the eongeeted district* I
of the City by hexgare. const,tut- , I
inX * public tiuleance, and the
practice of permlttlnx cripples and i
ether unfortunates to expuse tittlr :
inflrmitie* to women who are en-
clente creating a public menace
and endangering the publlo peace,
public health and public safety in ,
the judgment of the Board of i I
Comnuseionera demand# that thia | |
erdinnnee l,e passed as an Emer- >
gency Ordinance. ‘
Poesed and approveA by tha |
Board of Commies!opera tht*
day of March. 1317. .
Signed t-y the Mayor this 12nd |
day of March. 1*17.
C T XEMMB1.BKCK.
igoal 1__City Qerk
__ Oaacwla CTorii.
•*-T5—Lively figured pat-
tarn* an whita ground*, full
T»rd Wide, for sports wear.
i Cloth. flJW Yard
--!n plain colors of eherry
green, tarn and rose, full
Tear attention to riraetad parNnrlaFto te— ■
Women i and Misses * Dresses 2
An Easter Sale at $22.50 ■
UubUalitd in Tlie Oklahoma N«w#.
Ma>-cb. M. 27. 3*. 1*17!
onniNANCK mo. i*se.
an ordinance making it an
OFFENSE FOR PARENTB OR
GfARDtANR TO PERMIT MI-
NOR CHILDREN TO DRIVE OR
OPERATE MOTOR VEHICLES:
PROVIDING A PENALTY
THEREFOR. AND REPEALINO
SECTION.* 1237 AND 1314 RE-
VISED GENERAL ORDINANCES
AND DECLARING AN EMER-
r.wKROKvrv nnntv tvr*.
BE it ORDAINED HY THE BOARD
OF COMMISSIONERS OK THE
CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY.
Section 1 It eha'.l be unlawfu.
and an offense fur any parent or
guardian of 'a minor child under
six'ten years of *ge to permit
euoh minor child to dr »e or op-
erate a motor vehicle
Section J. Any peraon violating
any provielon of tht# ordinance
•halt be deemed entity ef an of-
fense and upon conviction thereof
•hell be fined not ts exceed nine-
teen (11* 04) dollar# sad costs.
geetlsn *. Sections 1*17 and
111*. Revised General Ordinance*
•re hereby repealed
Section 4- Tbe dr,ring of motor
vehicle# by minor poison# not
amenable to the tranis laws of
tbs city constito’tng s taenaos to
tha Ufa and limb of ths cittpsaa
and endangering the ptiblte peace,
' public health and public safety In
_ that this
ed #s a# in«.
ths )a4gmsat of
i Comrnioaicpero, demands
— . - — - Magrtmgnt of to 4iwm !b thto
ISniSSCSi £ ” -
l n"' w*8'* ** haa4-smbcaWary _ ; Board of comiwomis this :*nd
4—- _$22.50 5i5waKV!3u«.»-
day of March. 1*1 T_
I Attest _ Mayor I
r W -•D'MRJttX I
7c A Day
for Perfect Out, Ulu* White DUinoiulo.
—50o down and Due * week for a
beautiful $2# diamond ring.
—-our stock Is at ita best; give dia-
monds for Easter gift*.
tie Main 8t
aoroa thing which
meana ae much to jrowr
’ individual health, aa well aa
to the nation’* health.
BECAUSE it has carried ini# thousands
af American homes—HEALTH 1 Tbo one
Iking nil people deiire.
BECAUSE ll ha# the oeeantinl qualities t* re#tor* to pour
gain* and arteries healthy blood, which is necessary to good
BECAUSE it ie a purely vegetable remedy,
BECAUSE It ba* genuine merit; otherwise it could not bay*
stood the test for fifty years, ae it has dan*. H
Get SL S. ». at any drug store. There are dealers whs will s«er “ewe- ■ '■
thlag Ju»« ee geed." Dent be persuaded. Deaiand the geaulne. The aaly
abject a dealer hoe la eshsUtutiag U to auke an sdditiasel profit.
Bhsumstlem Catarrh, Malaria, and nearly all ahla dltardera ars from im-
pure Meed aad cos be cured.
Xl’r’l" f«f YtAtwlsf,
Address i DEPT. 12, SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY,
Motoristg who demand
the latest refinements
Everything You Have Wanted 11
Of course you fat motor flexibility, ipabd. power
endurance -- and in addition you get next ssasoa’s
You make a quick getaway by simply pressing your
hsel og n button — the car 1# built to fit the driver
and made adjustable to sny length of leg. Whan
a sudden rain cornea up you can rats# the top essily
*• »s atoro bunting for your bora in *n emergency
nr tha dark, tbs button is st your finger tips in tb*
•enter of tb* steering wheel — you bsvo a conve-
nient control switch for your “Dimmer" light —
tonneau with nisi* and comfort room for all — no
disturbing your passengers or yourself to fill the
tank, it is In tha rasr — the tool kit is COMPUTE
Add to this aristocratic sxtarior and interior slogans*
-- power and spaed without aoiss — smooth riding
on comfortable cushions — sod you have soma idea
of tfie Hollier quality.
Arrange for Demonstration Now
The “Bight" comes in a Five Passenger Touring Cm
aad • new body Four Pseeenger Roadptcr.
Ths *’$»" in * five Passenger Touring Car only,
MACHINERY SALES CO.
Phsws W. 4519
9 aad g Bast Reas
One Block Southeast sf
the Santa Fe l*a
Phone and Mail
While Lots Last
STORK OPENS AT S A. M.—CLOSES AT 6 P. M.
IMPORTERS AMD RETAIL! RS
4 Lnuastm: 9 on Main; 1 Sn Harvey; I lending to Terminal.
All This Week
Payable in May
End-of-Month Sales Start Thursday
Hosiery Pays Heavy Penalty.
For tho last three days
of this month, we otter
the remaining odds and
ends In silk novelty hose,
worth $1.00 and $1.2J»
at only 79c. There are
wonderfully smart strides
and fancy offr-rts i:i this
elegant line of women’s
silk Blockings, and the savings are excep-
tional in \!flw of the fact that tllks and
dyp* are still soarlns skyward. Full fash-
ioned, and finished with deep lisle garter
tops, reinforced heels and toes and every
other good feature. The silk 1# unusually
soft and smooth In finish, and you are
assured of splendid service. For the month-
end inly, $1.00 and $1.25 silk hose at 79c.
13c Per Pair for Children’s 880 and Slflc
Hose—These are ma«ie for hqrd wear every
day. In colors of black, tan and white.
Value* extraordinary ct only |5c per pair
All v'zeB In the loi.
—Neott-Hallitnirton Oo., First floor
|HMv>n iVmiuuus at Half Prluc
During our Anni-
versary wo sbureil a
yeeial ribhou pur-
, naao with our
riends, aDd now
omos a "cleanup ’
f all tho , short
deccs at exactly half
f/j .rice. The. lengths
__ range from half ?o
on.. ,..u a ’half yards, in both wide
and narrow widths.
Patterns in light and dark floral
designs a» n* plain taffetas
and satin. Ribbons that sell reg-
ularly at 3c to 691: yard, 6oecially
priced ft Tlalf Their Value because,
they are remnant#.
—Acott-Halllbnrton On.. 1st Floor.
84.95 for 88.00 State Cases
Genuine Leather Rrlt Ta’cs. 21 inches
long, linen lined.
83.89 For *4.00 Block fiber Suit Caul—
24 Inches leng, lined with fatic' cretonne.
Leather Hand llags at the Siune Price
Just n few of these IT-'nch leather hand
bags with double handles. They, too,
mov * out at only 83.89; value S4.00.
25c to’ Women's 83c, ROc and 75c
.Small assortment In both white
and colors. Rare values.
Veilings nt 10c Yard—In colors
only. No bl*ck. PTne nesh, plain
veilings without borders. Vr-’-y
Jkott-Halllburfon Co., 1st Floor.
Remnants—Silk and Wool
At 1/3 Off
One thousand length* of silk remnants
let*, from the Anniversary Sale—from
one vard to waist, dress or skirt pat-
terns' Slllfc worth $ 1.50, $1.75. $3.00
and *2.j0 per lord, at One-third off.
Taffetas, Crepes, Putins, Poplins, etc.,
—Scott-Hullibunon Co., First Floor.
Woolens and Wash Fabrics.
A great accumulation of remnants and
dress lengths from the wonderful Anni-
versary Sale—woolens nnd fine wash
fabrics on large table In tli- extreme
west aisle. Thursday, Friday and Satur-
day—Oil e-third Off.
—Scott-Hallltmrtoii Co.. First Moor.
822.50 for Wardrobe Trunks.
Steamer Wardrobe Trunks, 4S Inches
long, fiber covered and linctt lined. Made
complete in every respect with drawer
space, hangers and *hoe t«g. Worth $2~>
at oid pricer. Special for thre-. days only.
Scott'Hallltnirton Oo„ I ifth Floor.
R8c for 81 and 81.19 Honor Dresses. '
tscout Percale Dresser in strlpea and amai|
checks; medium colors some lia'e ret-ln
belts other* plp«* at wnlstlme Piles
S4 to 4$
81.00 For 81.23 and 81.30 House Dresses
—Three-q’isrter length sleeves; sera, have
adjustable waist, ligb' raed'uin ur.d un“k
colors. Sires ?4 to 4C
— Rcott-IIaUihurton (»., Wurth Fl«*or.
Wash Goods Remnants
Every remnant of French ami ijeotes
Ginghams, PsreaUe. Madras and Zephyr
Ginghams—ralues He to 39c, all grouped
for this sale at lOe yard.
Every Remnant of White Goods—In
nlsln end fancy materials such a* voiles,
organdies and tub skirtings, at HALF
80 Dr ami in rills t/w—F-n^v colored
bordered Turkish Towels. Besutlful bro-
caded border*—35c value—1W. ea h.
8 For 25c — Women e Swiss
Handkerchiefs, embroidered cor- '
tiers. In white or colored emliroio-
ery; narrow hems
9i; Kuril for 12 l*2r Initial Hand-
kervliicfa—Men's narrow hem cam-
brie hanukerchtcis with ihiic or
8 K«jr 99c—Men’s Co'ton Hand-
kerchiefs with nsnrnw hern*.
I-V I>-h for M "'nrn'. pe He
Chine He»«*her< __ rieitiirifut
pattern*, w.de or narrow border.-,
Ncott-Halliburton Co., 1st. Floor
49c for 80< Silk Gloves.
are frerh and
new (or the
1917 sesiun at
the lets fhevtr
the r« t n 1 a
pries. Tviij ■
i-iasp* x« i t b
t.ps in blat h
some with con-
Cliauotoetie Glovea - at 89c:
Volar 81.09— In white, also with
contrast stitching; gauntlet cffc.t
with Kiaps at wris;».
‘'Niagara Maid'’ bilk Gloves ai
T5c; Value 81.09—Two cl*tya *'
wrist, naubla f rger tips b!a. \
and v.; contrast #t:teh'r.i.
81.50 "Ninesra Maid" MIL Gloves
at 81.28—fluser ti“»; 'n
»hlte: also with b’a k gu.int 1 ef-
fect #* w**«*s
*1 89 E<«f 8| T8 Temhekln Gloves
—Two clasps «• wr'«t: jn ro’c-v of
fan by-iwe navy an.’ *.ar
Scoft-HallibuMuu Co.. lot. Floor.
81.19 for 81.73 Lunch 8et.
Stamped Lunrh Cloth.
32-tnch center, and s'.x
plate dollies; eross-stliru
design; stamped ou oyster
81.tm For 85.00 Break-
fast Cloth—VI inches In
-lse. stamped on ojstrr
xhade linen; outline and
French knot embroidery.
29r F«r 89.- Scarfs-lSx.l and 1SX3S
n'.'ieb, with 34-inch center to mutch;
tu.’ncd on oyster shad" crash: conven-
tional designs, also one iu crasa-stltch but-
39c For 39c MamM Hrady-Madc Bunga-
low tjirons—Stamped on basket weave
cloth, iir-sin’.ple designs
—.SvmU'Halllhurton Co.. First Floor.
Fancy Japanc-e Work Basket*.
Trimmed in Oriental beads and tassels—
thte,» siies --11.00 value at 89c: $2.00
vslue at 8189 J3.00 xalue at 82.89.
—bcott-ila'lihurtoii Co., First Floor.
59c for 73i' Itov Stationery.
High grade Federal 1-awn Stationery IB
color* of pin*, gra>. b.uo and huff, with
gilt edges. Cabinet slie. boxes. Your fni-
t!a; or monogram made tree during this
xale. Initial or moncgrain rn silver or gold.
—Ncotr-Ualliburton Co., first Floor.
Basement Apparel Values |
85.30 For Women'* 87.50 Serge Drr*ve*
Newest styles with touches of em-
818.30 F«>r Women's BID,5o Jersey AuBs
with large rollsrt iota 's etc Very rieve:
sports su ts.
89.73 For Women * 812-75 .Termy Rpnrts
Coats in '.atest colors
84.00 For t* omen's 85.00 Now Planted
OBc For W'ov>cn'" House Dr-.soet «*
cclor”4 srrjpc* tr:mme’. iu so'
79c For W**men’« Honoe Dry .pc* ..atrlped
an.! «•►*. nfd giagaam.
98c For Women’* Itotticoat#.
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