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I The Salt ILaks Texbuoti: Wedsdat MoBOTa, Apbtx 6, loot. 11 jH
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REV. GEO. W. RULAND
RESTORED TO HEALTH BY
"7W VTNOI AND STRONGLY IN
' DORSES IT.
Druelil &, Franken Say Such Letters
Justify Their Strong Claims
Prominent men from all parts of the
i country are Indorsing our "Vlnol, and
f strong testimonial letters from four
t. ministers of the gospel and several
'"' physicians have been received within a
week. Such unsolicited testimony as
this is the-best proof of merit any medi
cine can have.
Tho'Rev. George W. Ruland of Keene.
N. H., writes. "I have used your cod
liver oil preparation, Vlnol, as a tonic,
and I do not believe there is any other
medicine that can equal it. It built me
GEO. "W. RULAND.
up and strengthened me so that I was
enabled to do very exacting work. Vl
nol has done for me more than was
claimed for 1L"
"We, Druehl & Franken. declare to the
people of Salt Lake City that there Is
no other remedy or cod liver oil prepa
ration known to medicine that has the
healing, strengthening power which Vl
nol has, and If it falls to create strength
and health for run-down, debilitated
people, old people, weak, sickly women
and children, nursing mothers, and after
a severe sickness; or if it falls to cure a
hacking cough, chronic cold, throat or
bronchial trouble, or to make those who
are too thin fat, rosy and healthy, wo
1 will return every cent paid us for It.
Is there a sick, ailing or aged person
in Salt Lake City who can afford to lg-
1 noro this generous offer? Druehl &
Franken and Smith Drug Co.
It KBbBJwLv Wrinkles ore un
tmSBf "imP mlstakable evidence
Xtg pf malnutrition and
RkB$$7 which tho clothing
aT:i conceals. Look at
tho delicate skin
It of your Inner arm and know that It Is
ift, possible to attain the same standard of
y-. beauty for tho face, neck and hando.
DJS. CHARLES FLESH FOOD
t rlVEQoves wrinkles like magic no matter
W.' hrftv deep tho furrowa WE HAVE
i W?.. THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS.
MlT- ' V SALE AT DEPARTMENT STORES
Mm -ATCD DRUGGISTS'.
"SB SPECIAL OFFER:
-yH , The regular prlco of Dr. Charles Flesh
. jjH Food Is 1.0 a box, but to Introduce It
r' r into thousands of now homes wo have do-
..- AaM cldcd to send two (2) boxes to all who
'ifll answer this advertisement and send us
- ;ft ' $1.00. All package aro sent In plain
ttje wrapper, postago prepaid.
y8$$ OOC" IE? A sample box just
v?i4 a S. S2, RJr enough to convince you of
tho great merit of Dr
'y Charles Flesh Food will be Bent frco for
Jfe: . 30 cents, which pay3 for cost of mailing.
vSV We will also send you our Illustrated
fi,1' book "Art of Massage," which contains
KI.''f all tho proper movements for massaging
1 . ,tho face, neck and arms and full dlrcc-
i Wens for developing tho bust. Address
DR. CHARLES CO.. 13 PARK PLACE,
f.''l Sold for 50 cents a box by
3tV F. J. HILL DRUG CO., Salt Lake,
-f.-j DENVER, COLO.. APRIL C. 1001.
;.' .v 1 Sealed proposal In triplicate will bo rc-
' . , colved here and at the office of Quarter-
C J master at each post below named, unlll 11
t;: o'clock a. m., May 0. 1CM1. for furnishing
jf '; Fuel at Forts Apache, Grant, Whipple
Barracks. A. T.. Forts Bayard and Wln-
' ' gate. IV, M.: Forts Douglas and DuChcsne,
: Utah, and Fort Logan, and Dcnvor. Colo.,
.' during tho ilscal year ending JUno SO, 1505.
1 Proposals for quantities less than tho
j whole required, or for deliver' ut points
-i. ' other than those named, will be enter-
' ' tallied. Right Is reserved to accept or rc-
l ject any or all proposals or any part
r thereof. Information furnished on appll-
r cation here or at offices of respective post
' ' quartermasters. Envelopes to bo marked
' ''Proposals for Fuel." J. W. POPE. Chief
m ONCE I HAD A HUSBAND
-si- ' Llttlo olx -year-old maidens will tell you
'iw. . m n11 about It at the concert for the BEN-
iflk' J! KFIT OF MRS. CHARLES A. SJflTH,
CK.- I Bait Lako Theater, Monday evening,
ftftr 1 April 11th.
'. JOHN J. WALLACE & CO., D F
f '-,-jc-' Walker bldg., Salt Lako, collect debts, any
',;-:jtL-' part of U. S. and Canada; prompt attcn-
- 'f Hon; reference, Walker Bros.' bank.
'J'j 7t ALL DEBTS BOUGHT AND COL-
'liSw' lecte(1' Auerbach bldg. tl
- I ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES ANDCON
?jw ctructlon; largo lock of latest chande-
Hers. inter-Mt. Elcc. Co.. 15 E. 1st So.
ffe: .NEW OR 2NDjHAND, GASH. TRADE
Trio" OC-terms, Sotonsen-Stoutt Co.. 43 E. 2nd
T v 1 ELOCUTION, PHYSICAL CULTURE
' 1 PIERPONT SCHOOL. COMMERCIAL
t&. B club bldg. Miss Pleico and MIbs Davis.
Jj 1 1 BAICER SCHOOL OF ORATORY
II Tcmi)lcton Telephono iaS7-Y. t23
i SCHOOL OP COOKERY.
'SB CANNON. INSTRUCTOR; PAR-
gt ,-.JWtlculara at 2A E. So. Teinplo. rl27D
E LADIES' TAILORING.
755 W, : SE1DLER BROS., LADIES'. TAILORS:
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For Salt Lake City and vicinity: Partly
Utah: Partly cloudy; warmer.
.New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado,
fair Wednesday and Thursday.
Wyoming, partly cloudy Wednesday;
probably rain In the northwest portion;
Montana, partly cloudy Wednesday;
showers In north and west portions.
Tho barometer Is highest over the pln
toau region. Rocky mountain slope, Middle
Pacific coast and Lake reclon, and low
est over tho North Pacific coast, upper
Mississippi valley and West Gulf States.
Precipitation occurred over portions of
Utah, Washington, Oregon, Texas, Okla
homa, Missouri. Minnesota and Vancou
ver island. Rain was falling nt time of
morning report at Portland and Victoria,
Thunderstorms were reported in Kansas,
Oklahoma and Texas,
Tho temperature changes were generally
unimportant, with moderato temperature
In all districts. R. J. HYATT,
James E. Bush, Salt Lake City 25
Dolllo Raye Johnston, Point Lookout ..21
Charles John Sandberg, Salt Lake City .33
SIgno Maria Johnson, Salt Lako City.. 20
James H. Wilcox. Costlo Dale -13
Elisabeth Ellis Day, Mt. Pleasant ....3S
Albort Jj Balllngham, Grouso Creek ...21
Louisa E. Paskett, Gtoubo Creek .....20
Oliver G. Anderson, Cannonvlllo 23
Saraphlno Johnson, Garlleld 21
Isaac G. Smith, Huntsvlllo 24
Lydla Peck, Cassia 17
James A. HymaB, Liberty, Ida 2S
Ella Matthews, Liberty, Ida 23
Henry E. Glfford, Woodvlllo 20
Lilly Chaflln. Ammon, Ida 10
William T. Davis. Willow Creok, Ida... 22
Esthor Tyler, Willow Creek, Ida 20
Stevenson, boy to Thos. W. and Elnora,
2370 Walnut avo., March 27.
Cowley, girl to John E. and Mlnnlo, 453
So. 2nd W., April S.
King, girl to S. T. and Eunice, rear 428
0th E., April 2.
Hepburn, George, aged 63, county Ingr-
mary, April 4.
Husbands, Wm. O., aged 13, 1100 Indiana
ave., April 3.
William, Ann L., aged 1 month, SCI W. 1st
So., April 3.
Anderson, Edith E., aged months, 747
So. 3rd E.. April 4.
Brown, Inez L., aged 1, 72S W. 1st N.,
Kerner, Richard, aged 4S, E03 Palm ave.,
Smith, Sarah Ann J nged SC, 12 Byron st.
Benson, Shcpard Aaron, aged 33, 179 F St..
We have moved to No. 12 West Third
South. Will be glad to meet our old
friends and customers In our new loca
tion. On account of cheap rent, we will
be able to give our patrons the benefit
of same, nnd will sell good goods
chcapor than ever.
TOM & JERRY CLOTHING HOUSE,
I. N. Lewis, Prop.
MUST GET SALVATION
BEFORE HE MARRIES
Special to Tho Tribune.
ST. LOUIS, April E. "I cannot marry
tho aian I lovo until I know ho Is saved."
With this explanation to tho minister and
the guests Mrs. Nora Hardman forsook
her tlance, R. J. Caldwell. Just before tho
wedding service was to havo been read
today. Tho couplo wero married some
years ago, but tho woman became Inter
ested In tho "Holiness" movement, and
the resulting differences of opinion led to
a divorce. A roconcllllatlon was effected
and a second marriage arranged for, but
the brldo-clect broko off tho match be
cause of a "revelation" aho rccclvod.
! SCRATCH j
IT ON I
WITH A NAIL I
I Is the certain and active I
cause of thousands of I
cases of Nervous Prostra- 1
tion, Dyspepsia, Bowel,
I Liver and Kidney disease 1
and Heart failure.
Prove it In yonr own 1
jj case by quitting Coffe
I 10 days and using I
I "There's a Reason." 1
Get' the little book I
"The Road to Wellville," I
in each package. 1
MANY SEEK JOBS
Senator Dubois Names Superintend
ent for Construction of Indian
School at Ross Pork, Ida.
Special to The Tribune.
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 5.
Senator Dubois, who was requested to
name a superintendent of construction
for the Hall Indian school at Ross
Fork, Ida., has recommended Daniel
Raymond of Blackfoot. He will bo ap
pointed in a few days.
The application of Mrs. Sarah De
porster of Ogdcn for a pension as a
widow of a veteran of the Mexican war
has, at the instance of Senator Kearns,
been made a special order and will ho
advanced by the Pension bureau.
Senator Kearns called upon the Civil
Service commission today for the pur
pose of looking Into the subject of
teachers for the Philippines. A num
ber of letters In regard thereto huve
been received from constituents. S.
Ropp and wife of Ogden are among the
Senator Kearns has forwarded to the
Secretary of War with his Indorsement
the application of A. M. McKlmmes of
Salt Lako City for appointment on the
clerical force corps of the army. The
recommendations of Mr. McKlmmes
from Salt Lake are first class.
Inspector McLaughlin of the Indian
service left tonight for Fort Washakie,
Wyo., Shoshone agency, for the pur
pose of transferring the upper half of
the Shoshone reservation to tho Gov
A. W. Smith of Ogdcn, formerly
president of the Young Men's Republi
can club of Weber county, was today
appointed financial clerk of the bureau
of soils of the Department of Agricul
ture. The place is a responsible one
and the salary $1400.
Congressman French spoke today In
favor of repealing the scrip law abso
lutely and opposed the repeal of the
stono and timber act, the commuta
tion homestead act and the desert land
The Secretary of the Interior has re
ceived from Boise a copy of the pro
ceedings of the committee on organiza
tion of the land-owners of the Boise
rind Payette valleys, together with the
correspondence relating to the securing
of Government aid In support of the
Boise-Payette Irrigation proJecL
This report was transmitted to the
Secretary with the following recom
mendations from the director of the
geological survey, all of which have
been approved by the Secretary of the
L That the report be received and
placed on file for future reference
2. That the peoplo interested be as
sured of tho cordial co-operation of the
reclamation service in this enterprise.
3. That surveys and examinations be
continued leading up to a deflnito
statement of probable cost.
4. That the peoplo Interested be en
couraged to perfect the organization
and make suitable arrangements for
acquiring vested rights or quieting con
6. That construction bo undertaken
in the future, if the physical condlUons
aro found to be satisfactory and the
people Interested are able to bring about
a solution of the many problems In
volved. 6. That the chief engineer of tho
reclamation service have general au
thority to conduct the necessary sur
veys and negotiations leading up to
tho final presentation of tho matter.
The following changes In star route
mall service aro announced:
On and after April 6th carrier from
Dillon to Bannock, Mont., will travel
by way of Argenta, a new office. Tho
length of route Is, however, not in
creased. Mall en route from Fay to Modena,
Nov., will leave Modena on receipt of
mall from train, but not later than 12
o'clock noon, and arrive at Fay In Ave
Sealed proposals will be received by
the Postofflco department unUl April
26th for carrying tho malls from Bon
durant to Merna, Wyo., a distance of
twenty-five miles and back. From May
1st to November 15th servica will be
twice a week, rest of year once a week.
Bond required with bid, $1000.
This army order has been Issued;
"Lleut.-Col. Walter 3. Scott, Eigh
teenth infantry, Is transferred to the
Eleventh Infantry, and will proceed to
Join that regiment at Fort D. A. Rus
Mary E. Hendricks has been commis
sioned postmaster at Marysvllle, Ida.
A postofflco has been established at
Dugway, Tooele county, Utah, and
Charles A. Sandall appointed postmas
ter. Service will be supplied from Ver
non, distance fifty miles.
CALLS KING LEO'S
Secretary of Missionary Society Con
tradicts Belgium Ruler's
BOSTON, April fi. Dr. Thomas S. Bar
bour made public tonight hla comment on
tho published reply of King Leopold to
tho charges made against his administra
tion of tho Kongo Free State.
Dr. Barbour Is corresponding secretary
of tho Baptist Missionary union and
chairman of tho conferonco missionary
societies by whom tho cluirgos against
King Leopold wero formally called to the
attention of tho United States Govern
ment. Ho savs
"Wo wish It wero poaslblo for us to re
gard tills statement as proving that tho
frightful reports received concerning tho
conditions In tho Kongo Free Stato under
tho rule of King Leopold nro without
foundation. But wo are unable, and we
fancy that Americana will bo unablo, to
accept theso dentals as conclusive mt
against the' stream of testimony which
for yoars has como from rosldonts In the
Kongo Frco State, travelers, mllllonarlcn
and explorers, and from men for a tlmo
connected with tho King's GovernmonU
"Tho ch argon mado In tho Belgian Par
liament are aB Bcvero as thoso mado In
tho British House of Commons. Unfor
tunately for the King, it Is part of tho ac
cusation brought agaln.Ht him that the so
called Investigations mado by his Gov
ernment aro ,u pretense, and that tho na
tives of the Intorlor aro ao terrorized thai
thoy daro not testify agalnBt their op
pressors, "Tho case Is one demanding Investiga
tion by a court of inquiry external to tho
" ; Tn mmt
Senator Kearns Not Informed of
Charles Mostyn Owen's Mis
sion to Gorman Embassador.
BT A. F. PHILIPS. j
Tribune Bureau, National Hotel,
WASHINGTON, D. C, April G. )
REGARDING tho letter given by
Senator Kearns to the Ger
man Embnssasdor, introducing
Charles Mostyn Owen of Salt
Lake, which was referred to In the press
report today, Senator Kearns tonight
said to a. Tribune representative:
"Mr. Owen, Mrs. Ellis and several
others called upon me In my commltt-tce-room.
Mr. Owen said he desired to
call upon the German Embassador and
requested a letter of introduction. I
was not Informed as to his business,
and gave him a letter, as I would give
any other citizen of Utah, which read
." 'This will Introduce Charles Mostyn
Owen of my State, who has re
quested an oportunlty of meeting you,
He will state his business.'
"As representative of the State of
Utah I am supposed to grant by request
letters of Introduction to citizens of my
Stato without Inquiry. That Is one of
the duties that devolves upon me as
We are prepared to Invent your funds
bo that they will bring you tho largest
returns compatible with safety. You
hold tho security. We do tho work. Mc
Gurrln & Co., 134 Main sL
PAYS TO BE JNSULTED
IN SOUTH CAROLINA
Special to The Tribune.
GREENVILLE, S. C, April C In tho
Stato Circuit court today Mrs. Susan L.
Franklin of Newberry obtained a verdict
for J23.CO0 damages against tho Southern
railway, half tho amount sued for. Tho
suit was brought on allegations that whllo
a passengor on a train between Green
ville and Atlanta sho. was Insulted and
annoyed by a man who mado proposals
and that tho train's conductor did not
Interfere In her bohalf until sho appealed
to him, thouph ho was In tho car. Sho
claims sho becamo seriously 111 In Atlan
ta in conscquenco of her trcatmonu
WHEN CIVIL SERVICE
BOLES WERE ESTOPPED
WASHINGTON, April G. In re
sponse to a resolution the Civil Serv
ice Commission today transmitted to
the House of Representatives a state
ment showing the number of times the
Civil Service rules have been suspend
ed and the changes In the service re
sulting from March 4, 18S5, to March
30, 1001. President Harrison deferred
the operation of the CIvlHService rules
in the railway mall service in 188D,
under which 1932 changes were made.
In the Indian service President Har
rison delayed the operations of the
rules in 1S31, but the changes resulting
are not given.
President McKinley, by special rules
Issued January 20, 1899, and May 2D.
1S99, made 115G temporary employees In
the Navy department permanent.
On May 24, 1900, President McKinley
authorized the appointment In tho
classified list of twenty-live enlisted
j'eomen on duty in the Navy depart
ment Under an order Issued by President
Roosevelt on July 3, 1902, sixty-six por
sons were Included In the classified
service who had been temporarily cm
ployed In the military Government of
On February 11, 1903, President
Roosevelt Included thirty-three persons
In tho classified service by special or
der who wero temporary clerks at tho
various Insular naval stations.
President McKinley authorized the
appointment to positions In the classi
fied service of James N. Tyner, assist
ant attorney-general, Postofilce depart
ment; Harrison J. Barrett, law clerk to
Mr. Tyner, and Glfford PInchot, forest
er, Department of Agriculture.
President Roosevelt's exceptions In
cluded thirty-three appointments In
the classified service without examina
tion. Sixteen of these were to places
In tho Department of Commerce and
Labor. Others Included a physician for
the Indian service In Arizona, a cable
engineer for tho Signal service, and
clerks In the War, Treasury and Post
The commission does not understand
the resolutions to call for Information
regarding apolntments to positions
which, though classified, aro excepted
from the requirement of examination,
"It may be stated," the report con
cludes, "that the number of positions
filled without examination Is now
much smaller than formerly, 294 posi
tions having been transferred from the
excepted to tho competitive class by re
vision of the rules of April 15, 1903."
Mm M Every woman covets &
MfcjBffcfflitiSto 8aPey pr(itty figt
WmM M BFB many of them deplore tho
Iosb of their girlish forms
SBJBP after marriage. The bearing
Wmmm flft'l JHfr Tf& f children is often destructivo
WW mJP IM Ml K m bl t the mother's shapeliness.
All of this can be avoided,
however, by the use of Mother's Friend before baby comes, aa this
great liniment always prepares the body for the strain upon it, and
preserve the symmetry of her form. Mother's Friend overcomes all tho
danger of child-birth, and carries the expectant mother 6afcly through
thia critical period without pain. It is woman's greatest blessing.
Thousands gratefully tell of the benefit and relief derived from tho
use of this wonderful
remedy. Sold by all fiMjSffi nb. Tpffi Mm $ Th.
druggists at $ i .oo per fflmW ffW WmW Mt v!
bottle. Our little IS WJM &M S t&
book, telling all about m PR
this liniment, will be sent free. Jw Bft&h ffltfffi)
JU Bradflald Regulator On, Atlanta, 0s, Eg m mMM (mJ
GARDNER DAILY STORE NEWS, j il l
( More popular than ever 1 i ;
j jtikjig re Washable Fancy 9 ji f
iygtJ!. More of them here to 1 i
X choose from than ever be- 1 ',
OliwX Plain whites, white 1
j grounds with small dark fig- :
Sft an anc &rav shades in 3 J
tMMM ) Plain colors and figured ef- 1 "
9 ''twMf0MM P ) Good vcsts at $x- l iM
I JfSI Bctter oncs at half a doz' i r
Tull i '"fof" With the greatest varie- I '
h$ -W ties at the most popular ;,.
jj prices $2.50 and $3.50. I
I Top coats and spring suits of all sorts. j
I j . j
! 0ne S P i3-138 1 H
rj Price. Je fi a UlKLFllLft9 Main St. 1 ,
"i THE QUALITY STORE. & '
IMHM HWBII M I'I'fc II J It' 111 II1WIIW1IIIIIII II III ! Ml I II MUM I II IIWIMIMWMI I h H
I Pretty j
I Nails I
Manlcuro articles, slnglo and tffe
In sots. Every preparation
needed to keep tho nails In con-
Nail Clippers. jt
Cuticle Scissors. Bk
Nail Brushes. 1
HK Pomades. ZfL
t9 Powders. H
JZ N.ill Polishers. !BL
tjl Nail Files. (O
Orange Wood Sticks. 4
& Pray's Nail Enamel.
g Druehl & FranRen,
(i Southeast Corner Main and GSP
ft Third South Streets, Salt
Any elck pernon who haa never usoU j
IJquozono eUouId write tho Liquid 1
Ozon Co.. 4&M60 Wahaah avo.. Chi-
cago. They will aend you an order on J
your drueglst for a EO-cent bottle free. J
if you will otute the disease to be 1
treated 2-H. G. F. E. j
I Just Received
OP THE BEAUTIFUL ;H
I Heller Pianos I I
j 'The finest moderate-prlco Piano X H
ever sold here. -f. H
Q SOIfD ONLY BT 0 H
I Clayton Music Co. B
X 109 MAIN ST. O
EVERYTHING MUSICAL. O
Sweaty Feet Are Dangerous
As -well .as dlsatTceablo. H
ReNoMay : H
Foot Powder I
CURES your feet to stay cured. Sweaty, 1
odorous or clammy feet; also corns, bun- ll
Ions and chilblains positively cured by
RE-NO-MAY FOOT POWDER. We will iH
advlso you free of charge as to your case. Il
ond 0 cents to tho Re-No-May Prcpara- ;
tlon Co., Dept. T, G2S0 Pago-ave., St. Loul5. ,H
Mo., for a box of this woqderful curatlvo tH
Samples for tho asking and 10 cents to tH
cover postage. I IH
Representatives wanted evcrjhere, ,
THE STORE THAT GIVES the MOST STRENUOUS VALUES I
I INVESTIGATE THESE SPECIALS 1 1
I TODAY. . ON1L DAY ONLY Wednesday j 8 1
I A fine collection of children's chiffon, WrJ&Qgjti eXJP J!djfhff G"WPTi n f 4 For today only we will sell a limited Q K I
mull silk straw nnd pique hata ex- jgjftfg if JJJ?4j J JJt& s J0 quantity of ladles' silk flnUhed cotton 1 I
I SUMMER. WASH New Spring Wrapper PeU5coak Special I j j
I f j Special $ Best quality print, navy and black & M l"
I &3LmaP A Xbfcjr grrounds. striped and figured, ruflles Two syi0S( one made two ruffles on H tk
I Made of cheviot mixtures In gray, over shoulders, regular prlco f 1.25. flounce, the other with graduated ac- I ijnH
New showing and complete collection brown and blue. Eton Jacket, strap fStfi01 PH
of plain solid color India silks, all new- and button trimmed, regular price m m A tllla ciotn. uegmar price , n i
,., - . .,. SILK JACKET LAWES. GOWNS ! 1 1
50c-25csrf!?'!,Shams i? t 9Acsp-w- i II
High grade Spachtel open work fiftfo L H m W
n tjL "ir a ir- dresser scarfs and pillow shams ft a At this prlco wo will show you one R ill
1 SOO iflHPCK FllVG SOmfK JacQ Mce,nle?8, aU 9 of the handsomest collections of ladles' V iJL
Ji VIVF 1 UE & filial worth ?l.L'u to $2.00, special only- muaUn goxvns you,ve evor met vlth at B M
1 r OllfatV Made of peau de sole, box front the price. All newest styles and lino g I iH
JI V JLiftOliilW &W , ... materials, made with elaborate cm- M frH
J JL and back- "Ished at neck with 0lZy and lace trimmings, tucks. H - U
nnninm nvntnil anr large ecru laco collar, Romalne silk hemstitching, etc Worth regularly $1.25 H H
ZEPHYR GINGHAMS i i w
1 1 r Per Yard, fftn. 25c Sk Waist Special
rT1 , . . ,..,,,, L j 7 3 yards Nottingham laco curtains 1
This Is a magnificent range of color- Poplin and taffeta belts In great fi and 3-yard ruffled bobblnot curtains, H ' IH
Ings, patternH and effects. There are variety, newest buckles and crush W WW wL white and ecru, all new, elaborate tl
aS13 ail Cfho&rBJoiSj S5Sbl5,aS8r nlso "C 1
every purpose and specially priced to- corded and tucked belts. All 50c Peau de eolo and taffeta, values up F jT ft
day. values to $5.50, mostly In large sizes. Jra fi c JC I
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