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t a decline of
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d with recent
rices at mld
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iadc by a local
stocks In this
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wing In strlk
of their early
e stock. Total
it bonds were
I I Sales. HletiLowClqs3
Copptr 3,m 3Vk S2Ti 83H
teultiL'il .... 100 6114 fill 61
I Sujir 1.700 73H 73 73H
i" rir. 'w ls?i 55u ssil
to Oil M Mis C3 M
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300 H0H UO 1(0
0" 700 10314 103
' ; 500 33 !S 3S14
1 Triult .. 21.S00 S3 89 S71
e 12.100 2S714 253( 2?i
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forttwMtern.'. '"600 135U 137!; 137Ti
tpJ,; 7',0 Wi 1W 1M
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,U COO H214 11214 H2U
HBlwn........ 3oo 171U 17015 17114
8 Grinds...... C00 20H 20i 20
200 S2U 32 32
36 35V4 3KW
$ .00 C1
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? W.600 U 14
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BIG SPECULATORS EXPECT
Quiet Will Possibly Prevail Until After the Presi
dential Nominations and Then
... Boom Will Start. .
By Thomas C. Shotwell.
By Intci-iWJlional News Service.
N-VAV YORK, May 17 The recovery
in stocks that took place today
was Important, more because of
the 'Improvement of sentiment
1 t5.an because, of tho advance of
prices. The price advances were materi
al, ranging: more than a point In loading'
issues, but sentiment, which had been
despondent the day before, was hopeful
ut the close today. In many quarters this
continence extended so far as to lead to
expressions that now high records would
be mado within a few days.
These records were not talked of by the
small traders, but by the b!K operators.
They said they expected to see the mar
ket advance throughout the summer, with
trcnuent breaks like that of Thursdav to
scare out little traders.
Easy money, record large tonnage for
the steel mlllB. a strong copper metal
market, certainty of big: crops, speedy
settlement of the dispute between the
miners and the anthracite operators and
assurances of early peace In Mexico were
other reasons Riven for the recovery of
10 METAL JUMPS
TO II HIGHER LEVEL
Electrolytic Now Selling in
New York at 16.371-2
i-h-h i ; 1 1 : i v: i i-h-m 1 1 14-
v Copper (electro.) $16.374 16.50 -J.
4 Lead, New York .?4-15(g4.25
- Bar silver ..ifiljc
r Silver in London 28d 4
j g-H-M-H-H"! : : : X":":-;-M-i-i-i-i-
:NT3W YORK, May 17. Standard cop
por firm, but quiet. Spot, f 15.9016.05:
May, $15.02 J1G.10; June, $15.95(5)16.121;
July, $15.05lC.ir(; August, 51D.02i
15.175 : September. $15.92:J716.20. Lon
don firm; spot 74; futures, 74 Ss 9d.
Lako copper. SI6.50; electrolytic. $16.37J
16.50; casting, ?15.S7JI6.12j. Arrivals
at New York. 420 tons; exports so far
this month, 1-4,4(50 tons.
Tin quiet; spot $46.25(f5)46 60; May,
$46.3040.60; June. $46.4046 60;; Jul v.
?45.804t5.4O; August. $4n. 50(46. 00: Sep
tember. $4&.12i45.60. London ete.-uly;
spot. 212 10s; futureB. 207 10s.
Lead steady; ?4.154.2o New York;
$4.07iS1.12s East St. Louis. London.
Spelter steady: $6.806.90 New York:
$6-65G.7o East St. Louis. London. 25
Antimony qulot: Cookson's, JS.
Iron quiet; Cleveland warrants, 54s Hid
In London. Locally iron was steady. No.
1 foundry northern, $15.5015.75; No. 2.
$15.2515.50; No. 1 southern and No. 1
souhtern soft, $15.50(315.75.
CHICAGO. May 17. Cattle Receipts,
1500; market, steady: beeves, $6.OO09.25;
Texan steers, $5.90g7.75: western steers,
$4.107.85; stockers and feeders, $4.30
7.00; cows and heifers, $3.00tfjS.00: calves,
Hogs Receipts, 16,000; market, slow;
generally steady; light, $7.407.92i;
mixed, ?7.60i38.00; heavy. $7.508.05;
rough, $7.5037.70; pigs, $5.20i7.10; bulk
of sales. $7.80(8.00.
Sheep Receipts, 6000; market, strong;
10c higher; native, $3.756.35: western,
$4.00(36.40; yearlings, $5.507.35; lambs,
native, $5.008.65; western, $5.75(9.00.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., May 17. Cattle
Receipts, 1500, Including 700 southerns;
market, steady; native steers, $7.000.00;
southern steers, $o.40(i?S.30; southern
cows and heifers, $4.25?6.50; native cows
and heifers, $4.00ig)8.2o; stockers and
feeders, $5.00(0)7.25; bulls, $4.75Z?7.00:
calves, $5.t)08)S.50; western steers, $6.50
8.75; weetern cows, S5.406.76.
Hogs Receipts. 3000; market, strong;
bulk of sales, $7.66i37.95; hoavy, $7.9045
8.00; packers and butchers, $7.707.95;
lights, $7.507.75; pigs. $5.757.00.
Sheep Receipts, 2000; market, 10c up;
muttons, $1.25flj)7.00; lambs. SCSOfiOO;
range wetlicrs and yearlings. $4,506.00;
range ewes, $3.50Q)4,50; Texas goats, $3.00
OMAHA, May 17. Cattle Receipts.
600; market, slow: steady to easier; na
tive steers, $6. 759.00; cows and heifers.
$3,75S7.75: western steers, $4.75(7.75;
taviii uiinri. S4.K0fniG.50: ranrre cows and
Texas Hieers, i.ouiu'o.uu, '""be. i'" .u
helfert. $3.25';i)fi.25; canners. $2.75)4. 8o.
stockers and feeders. $4.25017.25; calves,
$4.00(0)8.00; bulls, stags, etc., $4.50(3)7.00.
Hogs Receipts. 8400: 5c lower: heavy.
$7.65(f7)7.75; mixed. $7.50(3)7.65; light, $7.40
??7.70; nlK3, $6.007.25; bulk of sales,
$7.f0W7.70. A .
Sheep Receipts. 900; market, steady;
ewes, $5.25(3)6.50; lambs, $7.50S,75.
New York Money.
NEW YORK. May 17. Money on call
steady 2iiJD3 per cent; ruling rate. 2. per
cent: closing bid, 21 per cent: offered at
3 per cent. , , . , -
Time loans steady: sixty days 3 per
cont: ninety days. 3 Per cent; six
months, 3i33 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper. -!(g4 per cont.
Sterling exchange steady, with actual
business in bankers bills at $4.84.50 for
sixty days and at $1.86.85 for demand.
Commercial bills, $4,831.
Mexican dollars. 48c.
Government bonds steady; railroad
CHICAGO. May 17. Butler Easy;
creameries, 25-'8c; dairies. 23i320c.
rK-Easy: receipts. 28.923 cases: at
I mnrlc, cases Included, 17c: ordinary
llrste. 16ic llrsts, IS.
Cheeee-Stcady; dnlsk-s. lfi(??lGc; twins,
lSicy lo?e: young Americas. lC(ibi: long
New York Bonds,
if r i.t 3 72Vj U 8 rcf J TtK lOOVi
& I-'.... jgj ITd5 "tj1 m
L & N' un U 00iU 3 3b refi IO.U
M K & T lPl .-- PR An coupon 0:V.
do gm. i'An V4U 8 r-K 1
v paeif tu "3H lo coupon 1U'4
v y coot k ..m 7HA11U Cholin lt r,n.. rta4
do deb U J Aiwf ArtI C 10;
SiLiflF S I. 78! Armour k Co OJtlj
,li rv 4 ...... 02 Jn rrf 3tt 05
U B Steel 2nd E....10: Io Ren M
Mo I'ftClf nv Pi..... Jnpn in ?3
Nobody paid much attention to specific
stocks until the afternoon, when it be
came evident that the decline had been
completely checked and the market turned
back toward higher levels. Although cop
per metal sold at ICi cents a pound, for
the first time since the groat panic, the
copper shares did not show oa much vi
tality as other stocks. They barely held
their own, and leading operators were
suspectod of liquidating them.
Daniel G Reld's personal affairs seemed
to worry the street a grout deal, and late
In the afternoon one of the news agencies
made an announcement that Mr. Reld Is
not to sail for Europe until the end of
June. The bear traders, having nothing
substantial to back Up their position,
have been noisily sending out announce
ments, one after another, in the hope of
frightening out the small traders. The
big people will all remain In the street
until both presidential candidates are
officially named, and their action after
that will depend largely upon the situa
tion at that time. They see no reason
for a bear market in any event, and the
only thing they are waiting for Is to
know just how much steam It will be
advisable to uao In tho bull market.
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE.
Business Favorable Apart From Back
wardness of Season.
NEW YORK. May 17. R. G. Dun &
Co.'a Review of Trade wJU say tomor
row: Apart from the backwardness of the
season, tho business situation on the
whole maintains its recent favorable as
pect. The most significant movements Jn
the Iron and steel trade, In which the
west reports are of an expanding de
mand with premiums being offered In
some Instances for prompt delivery. So
far as this Industry Ih concerned there
has been a complete breaking away from
the hesitation that has hitherto prevailed
and. In all Instances now point to a period
There Is a broadening demand from the
railroads with rail contracts still an
Important factor, and car builders are
booked well Into the fall. The larger
steel plants are now operating close to
capacity, heavy specifications having
como forward on bars, plates, shapes,
sheets and tin plates, while the out
put of iron le on a larger scale than
Deliveries of steel materials arc not so
prompt as In recent weeks, and billets
have advanced 60 cents a ton, with bes
semer billets commanding a slight pre
mium over open hearths. Pipe und tube
shipments this month are exceeding the
movement In April and makers of
wrought pipe have enough orders ahead
to carry beyond the first half of the
The backward weather conditions, cou
pled with the strong advances which are
demanded by shoe manufactures, have
restricted business in footwear.
In leather, pronounced strength con
tinues to rule. Sharp advances have
again occurred In about all varieties of
hides, especially packer stock.
Sprlna Trade Injured by the Recent Cold
NEW YORK, May 17. Brad street's
will say tomorrow;
Nature's forces have been u'npropltlous
over a wide area of the country and as
a result the trade has been adversely af
fected. The weather was too wet or too
cold In some places positively too cold
for seasonable activity in retail lines,
which branch of distribution should now
be In full swing.
This situation has In turn been re
flected In decreased buying from whole
sale ealers and jobbers, and there has
been little or no reorder business. At
the same time country trade Is quiet, for
while farmers have not been enabled to
do much spring work, they have not been
in a mood to make even ordinary pur
chases. It is felt, however, that retail dealers'
stocks are not burdensome and that
warm, settled weather will produce bet
ter results and enable some of the lost
ground to bo recovered.
On the other hand, orders for fall ac
count are of a reassuring character. In
the dry goods lino recent and presont
quiet would in all probability be more
sharply felt were It not that deliveries
from the mills are not up to the handle,
which fact keeps stocks In second hands
down to reasonable proportions, thus pro
tecting prices. As It is. some softness
In prices of gray print cloths is noted.
Business failures in the United States
for the week ondlng May 16 were 243,
against 260 last week. 235 in the like
week of 1911, 225 in 1910, 210 In 1909 and
284 in 1908.
Business failures In Canada for the
week ending with Thursday number 17.,
which contrasts with 27 last week and
with 19 In the like week last year.
Wheat. Including flour, exports from
the United States and Canada for the
w'oek ending May 1(5 aggregated 4.207.513
bushels (Tacoma. Wash., noL reported),
against 3,148,595 last week and 3,o60,l08
this woolc last year. For tho forty-six
weeks ending May 16. oxnorts are 143.
099.630 bushels, against 10S.41o.844 In tho
corresponding period last year.
Com exports for the week arc 62,480
bushels, against 118,811 Inst, week and
932.234 bushels In 1911. For the forty
six weeks ending May 16. corn exports
are 32,793,319 bushels, against 45.567,211
NEW YORK, May lT.BraJntreot'n bnk cleir
InKd rport for tlie ireflk ndlnp May 16 oliowi
an mnrr5le of 3,J.M5.000. h igalnftt 13.4RS.-
6(3.000 UBt -rook nn.l 13.077.678.000 In the cor
responding iretk laet year. The following l a
list of tho cities:
Now Yorfc t3.JOS.:03.OO0 1E.8
Chicago 'J.IOS.OOO !.
Doiton 169.70,000 12-1 ....
Phllodolphla 150.113,000 3.6
SI. LoulB S3.61S.000 8.3
KiDMB Cltr 49.J9I.M0 01
Plttsburc 51.384, 000 C.3
San KMiiclreo .86,O00 ....
Baltimore 33.3P7.000 i.t
Cincinnati '!-52'S52 '5
MlnncspollB 10.25,000 S.3 ....
New Orleans 17.O3,0O0 .... . 19-i
Cleveland 32.370.000 13.4 ....
Detroit 22.151.000 .... B.
Loa Angeles 31.491,000 7.7 ....
Omaha 15'H,' 5M I
Milwaukee 13.9SO.0O0 3.7
Loulavyic U.m.M) 10.7 ....
Atlanta M.1S5.000 13.7 ....
Portland. Or 11.873.000 6.7
S-.itll 12.fV7.000 SM ....
GL raul 10.4Gti.0O0 10.1
Denver 8,603.000 19.3
Ht. Joseph 7.r,03.000 10.3
SALT LAKE CITY 7.33U.O0O 36.3
Kort Worth fl.n.19,000 20.1 ....
Spokane. Waul). 4,723.000 S.S
Tacoma 4,20,OOO 7.2 ....
Do Moines 4.7C1.OO0 13.1
Dilluth . 3. 776,000 23.3 ....
Oakland. Col. ...i 3.3F.0.0O0 S
Wichita 3.32S.0O0 1.0 ....
pff(rla 3.845,000 S.S
New Hbtcb 3.0X4. (W E.fi ....
nirmltiBhakn :.9os.noo n.o
SIOUX Cltr 3.110.000 29.
Worcter . 2,i34,OO0 9.3
Oklahoma 1.492,000 .... S3.0
San DIobo. Cl 2.467,OfKi 49.3
Lincoln 1.H5S.000 18.3
Topeka . 1,R7(".(W) .... 8,4
Sacramento. Cal 1.R85.000 38. 7 ....
Cedar Rapldil, la 1.670,000 1P.6 ....
Helena 795,000 .... 13.3
Stockton, Cal M0.0CO 13.0 ....
Dolne. Ida .',, tins.OOl .... 9.7
Muikogoe, Okla 7.000 .... IS. 4
TiiIbo. Oltla 899,000
Olden, Utah r.Sl.OOO S.S
Sioux Kallu. 8. D fiOI.000 32.9
Farso. N. D... 3X,00U 13.K ....
Fremont. Neb 223,000 35.6 ....
St. LouIr Wool.
ST. LOUIS, Mar 17. Wool, sternly. Medium
cradox and clothlnr, :0Vj5221c; lltfht fine, ISO
10o; hcary Que, 133 15c; tub washed, 27V30c.
STRAIN IS OVER, BUT
Signs of Revival in the Chi
cago Pit After Prices Go to .
CHICAGO, May 17. Strain In the
wheat trade, although unmistakably evi
dent today, diminished when the fact be
came clear that no persons or firm would
be obliged to suspend, Slgn3 of a re
vival of flour business and of demand
for cash wheat cut a figure In partly
restoring confidence, but not until the
market had fallen more than 2 cents be
low last night's level.
The close was Irregular, ranging from
Etf'Jc net decline to a half advance.
Corn finished l(tic off to lie up: oats
unchanged to ic down, and provisions
varying from 10c loss to 17c gain.
A majority of dealers this evening were
Inclined to believe that liquidating sales
of unusual magnitude were at an end for
the present unless something radically
different should develop as to the crop
outlook. Advices today especially from
the west and mainly from elsewhere con
tinued to be of the bearish Bort. Ex
perts In Ohio, nevertheless, sent word of
more forbidding conditions than the
original showing which was made when
tests were first possible to tho effect of
the winter killing.
Tlie worst decline In wheat today
seemed to result from the throwing over
board of weak holdings In the cases
where calls for margins had met no
response. But big decreases in stocks
at Minneapolis and Duluth counted In
favor of a rally, and so did the note
worthy stability of prices across the At
lantic. July fluctuated from $1.0SJ to
51.09 and wound up at $1.0Si1.08, Just
Z3i$c under last night. Other options all
showed even more power to recuperate
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Wheat Opening. Highest. Lowest. Clojlnc.
May 1.11?; 1.13 1.10i l.lZ'i
July 1.0S 1.09 1.0SH l.OS'i
Sept 1.03 1.04 1.02i 1.03
Dec 1.03& 1.04H 1.03 1.03T4
Mar ..' 78 7IK 77 71
July 75 75 73 74
SepL 73U 73 73 73
Dec 62 03 63 63
May R3U M 53tt 53
J11I7 43i 60S 45 49
Kept 42 42 41H 42
Deo 43 43 43 4S
Cash quotations were as follow: Flour, weak:
rye. No. 2. 92c: barloy, feed or mixing. S0s$
J1.03: fair to choice malting. Sl.1601.27: tim
othy seed. S.d03'12.00: clorer wed, J14.00ft2O.0O;
raert pork. J1S.E0'18.C3; lard, in. tierces,
$10.72; short ribs, loose, JM.S6.
Total clearances ot wheat and flour were equal
to 822,000 bushels. Exports for the week, as
shown by Bradstroet'r. were equal to 420,000
bushels. Primary receipts wore CS1.000 bushel,
compared with 443,000 bushels tho corresponding
day a year ago. Estimated receipts for tomor
row Wheat, 69 cars; corn, 153 cars; oils, 184
cars; bog, 10.000 bend,
July corn varied from 73.c to 75c, but closed
relatively Ann la sympathy with wheat at 74Wc.
a loss of Uo net. Cash grades were In poor
demend. No. 3 yellow waa quoted at 78c.
Outside limits touched by July oats was 48o
and CO'Me, with last sales He oft at 49o.
Coramlrslon houses hollered to repreient the
large racfcers wlthntood a flood of offerings In
the provlMon pit. Transaction In lard particu
larly reached a remarkable total. At the end of
the session prlccc averagr.d tho same as last
nlpht. except that pork for distant dellTery had
assged 10c to 17c.
Boston Wool Market.
BOSTON. May 17. The Commercial Bulletin
will say cf the wool market tomorrow:
Trading this week tn the Boston wool roarfcst
has beon Indifferent, oxcept for the demand near
tho close for the low crossbreda by one of the
larger buyers. Scattering of old territory wools of
almost all craden, as well as a fair demand for
new territories, has beou In evidence. Only a lit
tle trading has been done In fleeces at unchanged
New Utah. Nerada, Arizona and Wyoming
wools are bringing on the olean basis about 53$
55c best wools, although prices being paid In the
west it the moment will mean higher prices for
the later bought wools. Class three wools for
olothlng purposes aro held firm on moderate re-
The shipments of wool from Boston from Janu
ary I to May 16. Inclusive, wnre 104.463.BU
pounds, against 78,900,734 pounds for the same
period last year. The receipts from January 1
to May IS, Inclusive, were 105, 23, ISO pounds,
against 87,401,034 pounds for tho same period last
Now York Produce.
NEW YORK. May 17. Flour, quiet and lower to
effect rales. Rocelpta, 14,375 barrels; shipments,
"Wheat Spot. Irregular: No. 2 red, J1.21, do
mestic basis to arrive, and export 31.21 f.o.b.
afloat to arrive; No. 1 northern Duluth, 31.25 f.o.b
afloat. Futuren cloced lc not lower. May
closed 31 10; July closed 31. IS S-16: September
closed 31. OSS.
Hides, (Inn; Central America, ZCz.
Hops and potroleum, nteady.
Haw sugar, steady; muscovado, S3 test, 3.42c;
centrifugal, .05 test, 3.02c; mola:ioi, .89 test.
Condition of Treasury.
WASHINGTON, May 17 At tho beginning of
buslnosa, today tho condition of the United States
Working halanco In treasury otflces...$ E8.317.01S
In banks and Philippine treasury 35,001,700
Total balance In general fund was 123.232.6PO
Ordinary receipts yesterday were 5,384.772
Ordinary disbursements .'. 1,307,890
Deficit to da to this flccal year Is 312.853,745, as
against .1 surplus of 196,707 at this time last year.
These figures exclude Panamn canal and public
NEW YORK, May 17. Evaporated apples, in
active; on the npot, fancy, 10'310c: choice. S
9c; prime, 7HQSc
Prunes, qulot. QuoUltond. 4S9c for Califor
nia!; up (o 20.40a, and 709c for Oregon.
Apricots, quint. Choice, 1213c; extra choice,
12fll3o: funcy, 1314c
Peaches. Inactive. Choloo. 3JfJc; extra
choice, 33'10o; fanoy. lOSUc
Raisins. Inactive Looso muscatels, I3fi4c;
cholco to fancy seeded. Ci3'6o; seedless, 6ifl
6o; London layers, JU403'L45.
Coffee Futures Steady.
NEW TOrtK. May 17. Coffee futures closed
steady, act unchanged to 4 points lower. May,
I3.44c: June, 13.46c; July. 13.4Sc: August, 13.69c;
Septomhcr, 13.69c; October, 13.07c; November,
13.67c: December. 13.68c: January, 13,65c; Febru
ary, i3.64c: March, 13.63c; April, 13.Mc
Spot, quiet; Rio No. 7, 14c; Santos No. 4,
Mild 'coffee, quiet; Cordova. lCS118c, nominal.
Flax, Oats and Rye.
MINNEAPOLIS, May 17. Flai, 32.37ff3.2S.
Corn. No. 3 yellow, 77(378e,
Oats, No. 3 while, CIo.
Rye, No, 3. 87c,
Via D, & R. CK R. R., May 19.
To Eureka. Mammoth, 8:10 tu m..$fi.00
To Silver City. 8:10 a. m 2.00
To Provn Canyon, 7:50 a. m.. 1.25
To Ocdfin. 10:35 a. m 1.00
To Pharaoh's Glen, 8:20 a. m 50
Roturninc dato of sale.
I DENVER I RIO GRANDE I
BACK EA8T EXCURSIONS.
I May 18. 26. 31.
I June 1, 6, 8, 12, IB, 20, 22, 23.
! July S, 12, 20,
' Aurjust 1, 2, 10, 23, 31.
Soptombor 4, 5.
I St. Loult 49.00
Minneapolis, 8t. Paul.. 62.00
' Omaha, Kansas City 40,00
Denver, Colorado Sprlnos 22.60
Good returning until October 3L.
Stopovers, Diverse Routes.
I STEAMSHIP TICKETS
to all parts of tho -world. ,
25c a Month
makes the money you I
SPEND earn as much as I
the money you SAVE. I
CI A fuI1
subscription to tke Community Savings j
jl plan coats you jut 25c a montL tnis entitles you jj
to 4 per cent in Community Scrip on every cask j
purchase you make and on every Lill you pay wken ' $$
due at any of tke Community "4 Stores." 1
Tkis Scrip may te immediately casked at its face 1
jj value at tke Utak Savings &1 Trust Co. 1
JT Community stores now represent practically every 1
line of trade, including groceries. n
m Tkmk wkat you can save wken you receive 4 cask I
return on EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND 1
for necessities or luxuries it s an opportunity to Iff
cut tke cost of living you can t afford to overlook. Bl
General Office 700-1-2 Utak Savings & Trus Co. Bui'.Gi'n
PLone Wasatck 1345 lR
Iv Mam Between Second and Third South. In the Heart of Salt Lake
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Ill's Not What Yoe EarnIt's What You Save!
Saturday Is the Mext Big j
r Saving Day Here j-;
WOMEN'S MUSLIN GOWNS in splendid va- CIITLDR.EN 'S MUSLIN SKIRTS t H j :
Speciaf StylC8' 85cgrade g5C 35c grade. Special :l0C ! ;
WOMEN'S MUSLIN DRAWERS good qual- CHILDREN'S MUSLIN GOWNS Tf- j.
ity for 25c. 40c grade. Special jt)C -
Special ASC f- J
WOMEN'S CORSET COYERS-trimmed lace ( ZfZ "
td:.e: 19c 10c
I Echoes From Various Departments That I
Mean a Great Saving ;
LONG SILK GLOVES all colors. np o. D. CORSETS new models, medium, long I . -V
$1.25 grade. Special.' 05C hip and high bust. QQ : (':!'
BOYS STRAW HATS. OQ Special "OC Jl
60c grade. Special LVC qij MACRAME HAND BAGS in
BOYS' CANVAS SUN HATS- . iq 65c grade. Special 4C I ? ;
35c ana 50c grade. Special JL 7C I
LADIES' BOOT SILK HOSE black and col- NOVELTY LEAHTER HAND BAGS $1.25 1
ors. Special, oj- . and $1.50 grade. 17C I f.
3 for $1.00' .' OOC sPeal 9 Ol j.j:!
j $3.95 Wei! Spent
I Saturday we will place on sale voile and lingerie dresses that will create a great sensation. pij)
1 These dresses were grouped together for immediate disposal. The question arises, on how fvrli-l
1 many dresses will be left before noon so come early. There aro all sizes and colors. :;(; .'
I L See Window Display J ; V.,;r