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THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST2
I Enthusiasm Grows; j
Call For Meeting j!
Is Eagerly Awaited j
I By DARRI I I .J GIUBENWELIi
The charge In In place and the ruse
laid. AM that Is necessary Is for some
body with proper authority to call n
meeting and enthusiasm for a rail
celebration will bunt forth with a
Any businessman who doesn't be-1
Hove, there la a sincere demand for a
community festival should conduct
tho experiment of asking this ques
tion to the first twenty persons ne
"Do you think we ought to have a i
Fashion Show cd-nration here in j
Ogden in September?"
The answers he will get will sur-
prise and conWnee him.
Harmon Peery, manager of the Og
dn Theatre, has thrown 1own the.
challenge to the young businessmen
of Ogden by announcing that he will I
contribute $f.O the first crack out of I
I IMS I
Utah Produce Making Appear
ance Here in Varying
With summer advancing, additional!
Utah crops appear on tin market, re-,
cent arrivals being egg plant, green
peppers, plums and peaches, Tomatoes
an also beginning to appear In large
quantities, and are being offered fori
sale at $1 per buahel
Onions are now selling at six pounds;
for a quarter
Melons, which until recently were
commanding a high price have reduo
eil materially and are now offered at
cents per pound.
Summer squash are being retailed
at 10 cents each while cauliflower Is
selling at 4 pounds for a quarter
Early applea h;iu- been on the mar-'
ket for some time and are of a better,
grade than was offered for sab I LSI
Peaches from local orchards are al
so being offered for sale and a limited
quantity of pears have put in their ap
pearance. Green corn has reduced materially
In price and Is of good quality.
I JAZZ BOW SLAPS .!
UNDER CHIN AND
GETS ON IN RUSH
Have you seen It yet the Ja.z
When you s"0 a young man
coming down the street with
something under his chin that
appears as though a Char.le
Chaplin mustache has been re
moved from hl Hp to his collar,
get a microscope or some thlck
lensed special les and look care
fully, "i'ou will see It.
The new miniature bow tie
eta a new record for the con
servation of cloth It has sud'l n
become so popular amone tho
young elite that most of the Og
den stores have already sold out. J
The miniature bow has taken the
east by storm and Is now worn
there practically entirely, accord
ing to reports.
The latent fad in neckwear ,
should be measured with a mic
rometer. A regulation ruler
could not get results. Prom stem
to 6tern it measures nearly one
Inch, with the extremists even
selecting smaller ones.
The new bow promises to be a
godsend to employers of young
men. No more will the late ar
rivals have the excuse that their
scarfs would not tie properly. Two
movements are all that are neces
sary to don the new bow. The
first Is to stretch the rubber hand
to whih it Is attached and the
final movement la to throw It
over the head and let go It will
adhere firmly to your Adam's
apple, until nightfall.
I WAR BRIDE SEES
! ROMANCE KILLED;
j WILL RETURN HOME
I ONEIL. Neb , Aug. 20. Desert
ed twice by her Canadian soldier
husband whom she married while
.he was In an English hospital,
eu fie ring from the effects of gns.
Mrs Harry Hurst, with her baby.
.Is on her way back to her home n
She found. she said, that
Hurst's story about being a big
l.tnch owner was a myth and she
had been earning her living as a
Hurst, it la charred, eloped with
a waltresa last winter, was found
In Minneapolis find brought back
but his wife refused to prosecute.
After living with his family a
fihort time Hurst again disappear
ed. Friends took up a collection to
send the younp wife back to her
home In I-aughton, Sussex. Eng
I NOVEL CHARGES
BROUGHT BY COX
AGAINST G. 0. P.
COLUMBUS. Aug. 20. Govern
or Lox said today that he Is go
Jng to Investigate circumstances
H. surrounding the laying off of
workmen in various Industries,
"following receipt of alleged Infor
mation that Republican leaders
are planning to use "unemploy
ment" as an argument In per
suading workmen to oto against
the Democratic ticket. The pres
idential nominee said the survey
first will be directed at tho Amer
ican Woolen company and a "cer
tain railroad system'
We'll say we had a good
I time last Saturday night. Let's
) have another. Be prompt,
7:30 Saturday evening. Help
your neighbor to make this a
I joyful occasion.
M ror I community, rtlebrntlon. I
Harmon a p pea Is to the yon nger busi- '
nesamcn to get behind the proposen i j
celebration and revive tho pride that I
Citlsena have In i city that does things
Communin service i-- eager to heip
with a celebration Members of tho I
Amerlcm Legion say their organrza- j
tlon will be back of such a celeUru- :
tion. There .ire business or profes- i
slonal men galore, who declare sucn I
t Celt It, i tlon will be a fine thing
I hi re la a huge army of fall pur- I j
chasers who have not made up their I
minds whether tiicy will obtain their ,
fail outfits in Ogden or in rival cities. I j
Why not have a celebration in which 1 I
the tempting display ot Ogden mer-
chandlse would be a prominent Tea- j ;
ture? The celebration will attract tho i
prospective customers and good sate-- I
manshlp, with quality goods, shoull i J
iio the rest ,
"Woody" Former Star Foot-,
ball Player at University j
of Utah I
YVllford Woodv" Romney. one of J
the famous Romney athletes has been! J
named to coach the athletes of the j
Davis high school at Kaysville for the I I
1920-21 seasons according to an an-1 J
nouncement made today by Homer . c
Warner, former mentor of the school !
Warner resigned last spring to enter J
the New York university this fall. He j
was .i formei Ogden high school ath-1
h t and all-conference end on the I
gridiron while a member of the unt- J
ol Utah grid machine during Jj
the 1916-17 seasons. I
At the Davis county high school g
Warner made a good record, his ath- ?
letes winning the state baeketball title fl
from a field of the classiest high J I
school players ever assembled In Utah, c
They won tin ir final game from Caxi k
Peterson's Bingham aggregation, llieil
score being 2 5 to 23.
Woody" Romney while a student at j
the crimson lair was one of the best I
all-around athletes ever developed at "
that institution. He played the half-1 j
back position on th" grid waa a for-' I
ward on the hoop team which he cap-
"tained In 1 9 1 ; a star In track and un c
Infielder ol claaa on the i..b.-iuli field
He is a iirother of Dowell Romney, I
coach of the Utah Aggies and Ott j I
Romney mentor at the East high a
nn i i
Scoutmasters Hiking j
to Coast Reach Ogden j
Hiking from New York to San Fran-
clsco Is becoming one of the popular I
methods of entertainment In Hoy Scout ;
circles, according to Scout Executhe i
Q . Qoatea More than twelve hlk- E
its, the majoritv representatives of "
Boy Scout organizations, have visited, j
Ogden thus far this season. I
Scoutmaster A H. Grlner and As-' J
slstant Scoutmaster John Buda both :
of New York City, members of troop i
4 6 of that city, are the latest hikers I
to reach this city from the east. Both ;
are piominent business men of Goth- i
They departed from the east July ;
31 l fool for San Francisco follow- 3
Ing the route of the Lincoln highway I
from New York City, obtaining rides "
at various times by touristy :
Since leaving New York they have i
visited Scanton, Buffalo, Cleveland, I I
Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, Oman "
Cheyenne, igden and Salt Iakc and jj
scores of other towns of note They I
trill deliver a letter from the gover- J
nor of New York to the governor of j
California upon arrival in San Fran-il
clsco. The return trip will be made
by rail I c
r r d
Weber to Get Grid
Players Out Early!
Grid ron practice at Weber Normal
will start off with a bang I
3 pti mbci 20, according to Informa-
tlon given out today by Coach Malcolm
W itaon The purple and White lnsti-' i
j tu tion will not open its doors until I
la week following the opening of the ?
Ogden high school. j
I From present Indications the Web- I
eriten win have a first class aggrega- "
Hon In the field and the students of j
i he sc hool have alread started plans I
for 'he coming .season. Weber win
enter her second season on the grid- :
i m with the opening of school They (j
hid uceejsful sntiun lat year and
11 be a regular contender for state "
honors when the whistle sounds open- 5
ing the race this tall. i
City Officials Get j
Winters Coal Supply j
Those at the helm of the city's af- '
fairs proved themselves good providers
today, when In the face of the rlslnB I
price of coal, the board of city com-
mlsslonero arranged to purchase near- j
ly 4 00 tons of coal for uso by the city I
during the coming winter The action
tvaa taken In order that the fuel may j
be stored before the freight rate In- I
rrcase goes Into effect August 25. It is I
expected that a considerable sum of ;
money will be saved through the ac-
The announcement of the arrange- J
ment was made this morning by Mayor
Frank Francis, who said that increase I
In coal prlres is also expected In ad-
dltlon to the freight rate Increase The
coal to be purchased In expected to I
last the city nearly until spring.
Lecturer to Be Heard j
at Ogden Tabernacle j
An unusual lecture, which brings in I
phases of the war which havo been
but llttlo touched upon, and tells of :
experiences during archaeloglcal re- j
searches in Menopatumia and other I
countries, will be given next Thursday J
evening in the tabernacle by the Rev j
James Malloy, who is now en route. I
from Ireland to New Zealand
Rev Malloy served five years dur- j
ing the war with tho Ansae and Irish I
troops and was wounded twice In ac- I
tion. He came In contact with all Al- '
lied troops during his service.
j Tomorrow At Wrights j
rs? Luncheon T gr It !
e'T iffl Cheaper than going home for lunch. fl" H dPft I
fa V44laL HOT SOUPS ass fff I
I . X iMvn rh,cc". :z::M- Pretty VoileDresses $52 j
affgjfg) B&R$IBnmIbZ' Ho( Frankfurters Hoi Mai Break all engagements rather than miss this sale of I
' 'mmmk ffffffl dPjfwffiiwffiff - Hl Prk and BPOns dresses, romorrow we close, out all of the summer ?
L 4tEBUJ(yKSxBSB y i, ., x, SAD):VIi,HES. dresses that have been offered at prices ranging to
I V" JaiVSslBlcAlHKHlBiS am Boiled Hnm Roast Be. f Tuna Fish 1C T, f v 1
4 jf&SSnffSm K 1fPi IHhHhS'' v Roast Pork Frankfurter I ne styles rue good and yet conservative. You
t0BKUSBStBSBKSu desserts will wear them this summer and next. In the as-
f$&SSSmT ' uj9Di natWSsaH r.iarkberry, Custhrd sortment are voiles and other sheer materials, nearly
j P" - 'K''' ' Homemade Cake a la Mode a hundred of them. On sale tomorrow at $5.95.
I W New Skirt Plaids New Fall Silks j
VI V tiL Here's the fabric, that will make the. Here arc silks that will be demanded by
H Js skirt, that will be in demand this sea- the fashions of this fall. And silks are I
son. Wool plaids. The handsomest you much cheaper this season. Women will
g X (T 1" C "VAT" C9 ever saw. So wide (56 inches) that in buy them in place of cottons. See the f
JL A V- j M-J CAiJ V, most cases a single yard will make a new taffetas, messalines, satins, crepe jj
T.r. 4-1 I-b-b- C!r-1-v new fall skirt. Already they are selling de chines, satin sublime, crepe satin,
I Ud Ol IXXC J? Ul dll6 st- See them tomorrow. pongees, etc.
-f -f I
This $100,000 stock of furs will be here until Pantry Specials L "ff
closing time tomorrow evening The assortment 100k pver thc pantry 8hc.h, Can llOG rl3.rQr3.iriS
then goes to our Idaho stores. Now you may sec you uso any of these' "T' ""
and buy the handsomest furs of the year, from an f1 Bf TJSHa IU j j c 1u t, , y
c , -ir corfee i pound . . 4 ? More and more every day folks are beginning to realize
assortment ot unusual proportions, at prices 2bcc M. J. B. coffee, 5 pounds . $2.75 tu. xti u.' .l i i. l m r
less than usual Opeko, coffee, 2 packages . 89 that Wright s is the place to buy shoes. Here are a few I
M 3 , , , , , , Opek Tea, green and black. 2 samples of tomorrow's offerings: I
LVlanv handsome garments have already been se- for 66 ruu o cc t r x dl
k n.-rA Z A u j i Bymond'e mn chocolate. 2 for 38c Children s Scufters Infants Shoes
ected by Ogden women Many have made selec- Symond.B ,nn a. 2 f . . nr tabIfl rhudr 9C(lffPr ptyp Qno i
tions which we are to hold ror others. It is an Sjrmond's Inn lemon, 2 for 41c shoort with mule skin upp-r and ?lk iaco or button style In sizes 2 to I
opportunitv that should not be overlooked by any- Sond's Inn beef cubes. 2 soles, In all sizes. 5 to n lavage. 8 Value 12.60 ' Special . 91M x
i j r i I'll' , ,, ' niXc c?Peciai Jgl.JU Downstairs
I one wanting a handsome tur coat, coatee, neck lnptant chocolate pudding, 2 Downstairs
piece. Tomorrow is the last day of the showing. Ivj BoaPi 12 bars . ; . JJ Elk Sole Shoes Children's Sandals
Lux, 2 for . 25c nfl lablfl vouth's scuffer stvle One table children's sandals and ox B
yiCrv Lydia Plnkham Compound . $1 shoes with elk soles, in nil size. lord scuffer stvle In brown and tan. o
1 1 StJIl M Ij Um Peptone, a blood tonic ... SI to I Value $2.25. Sizes 5 to 2. Values to $2 50 Spe- jj
sTfrl 9 rJI AVICI sH I Mentholatum. medium size . . 45c sPprial S1.49 c,al $1.85 5
Mf JsL k44lJL .AaaY -H-JL V4l JLVXVX Belvedere Bandoline. . . . 25C Downstairs Downstairs c
11 , V.i . fSZSFSSSl;;:: 51? , , ,oys'sShoe? Women's Pumps I
Here are tne yeiy remwkable Dollar Items, for those who .,, pu(, .5?"' 2?ftS w.m-. bu .m l tJS m. j
shop on the oecond Moor tomorrow: and 5Uc - Value $2.60 Special. $185 ered heeI purap9 a11 size9 an,i
Child's Rompers Rubberized Aprons Silk, anKd Bat?sh OaJJSL 86 75 I
1 Children's rompers, creepers and Rubberized WtcheVapronV to iSni ornen-s silk hand baRS, wlthbeau- bCOUtfehOeS First Floor I
dresses made of washable gingham and dark colors, madrlncesa ap! ,'fu, Da,nd carvod ,ops; ar.e, 0"t table children s scout shoes .
and. percale some are slightly ron style, our usual $75 vVlues. vfupe' navy a "uVr.ce Bfte iSPPvIi!! SfiSL LOUIS Heels
! spoiled values to $2 50. Special $i to 27S0 . half pr.ce wle Si.ee 9 to 18. Values 1 8. Spe. Wfmm.B black kkl turQGd gol I
I SPCC'al, , 81 Drpssinir icniiP Silk Gloves 'Downstair" " ,45 uis leather heels, with metal In- I
1 Infants' Pads TSJSfJL Girls' Shoes Sslze9aDd
Infants ,nn Itary pads made of Btrlctly washable gingham, light h';'vy ZrL 5 Q ne table misses' shoes in cloth First Floor
I white material, padded with ab an,l dark colors, sizes 36 to 44. $1.76 alu SPec,al ftl.Jb and mat uppers and leather sole I
! lT sii'Ui vaI"eB" SpecIaI - si Writing Paper in siaea sv, to 2. value to $8.76 Women's White Shoes I M
i T C i i T aa a Snifarv Anrnno 8 sheets paper, 48 envelopes, as- Pecia . . . , 2.95 Women's white canvas shoes in I lL
Infants' Petticoats r y Pf011 w sorted colors to box 85c values lwnstaiw and Iow heel sjzes toncj J V
Infant Hannel sertrude petticoats " L tT' SpCCial 69 Boys' School ShOCS Values to $8. While they 5
in ong andslu.r, and inl.,n,s rv be.t made o stronJneleSX Writing Paner One , able boys" shoes ,n button or lat S1.95
I Ing blankets, made of all wool flan- TtZl ttJ.l maae or strong e isstlc W Tiling rdper lace style: a good sturdy school First Floor f
nel $1 50 values Special SI ' S1 "Vanltle Lawn'' stationery, colors FhoP Brown and tan Value to it i y-xi !
I Silk Camisoles Bust Confiners r."Jh"3w aa.45 Misses and Children s
I :Z'K:r- "rLr'-SS Pound Paper Men's Dress Shoes SStSStS VTZ I
1 bodice tup and built-up shoulder splendid fining, all sizes Values Cascade linen writing paper Om? One table mens drese shoes in T"' alues to Q
j $2 values 1 10 ?1'75' SPeclaI SI full pound to package. Good every- black and brown, kid and calf skin. -peciai . . . . . 3.95
t a t U r ix dav paper 50c value. Special 39 English toe. sizes 5'j to 11 Val- Mrst 1 loor
1 Muslin Corset Covers Baby Quilts w . qmk h aeeto$i4 special . . . . 97.95 w , t a
I Women's muslin corset covers made Infants' crib quilts made of splen- V OlTien S OllK XlOoe Downstairs WOlllCn S xatent
of fine qualitv muslin, trimmed did material, lined with absorbent Women's pure thread silk hose, Wfimpn'e OvfnrHG Plimno I
j with daintv lace and embroiders cotton, usual $150 values. elastic lisle top, colors are black, v, , ' vAAUU E Ullipb
j Values to $1 75 Special . . . SI Special t brown, pink and gray. Values to One table ladies' oxfords and Women's patent leather babv Louis 2
$1.75. Special $1.19 high he slain 'JST?' 8W V (O' Umps' a11 siZf?s and widths.
i Household Needs C'SrSs M5,d4ks;.- 4-95 wm riWr--i I
1 This Downstairs Store supplies most housewives with Speci"Ji' 1 45 Ij -v Bj 1 C -vw -rZ m. I
their household needs. Children's Vests Jf OF JT 311 ijC WHIP '
Children's summer vests, lov, necks, w T
3 Pounds CrisCO 95c Water Pitchers " .IW If. time to be started with the school ,ewig Here are i I
Now is a good time to stock up on ater pitcher of heavy glass, pan- . tt 'i -l i 1 iere are a , , .
CrlSCO A fresh shipment is lure eled effect suitable for every dav Children S U niOnSUltS prices that make it easier.
Crlsco will keep Indefinitely The use; the 5 pint size. 95c value Spe- Boys' and girls' nainsook union H
I big thrre pound can is on sale to- clal fiUltp bloomer and open knee, drop r lgUTed VOlleS Muslin Sheets I
I morrow :.galn at 95 Vnnilim Rntt.PG and closed Beat. $1 value. Spe $125 values in figured ollesln $3.25 sheets Utica h m m 1 . vW
., . n V aKC"Um, ""S cla, 69 nowered de8lgM apo sllk atri a 00d aDd nCaVy Lto o" I W
Toilet Paper Vacuum pottles hae become a WePor.fc and checks. 40 inches wide. a Special S2.65 j
I home necessity to keep liquid hot WOlTien S raMS Yard . DeVOn?hirs PlrsfV.
Toilet paper, first quaht tissue, th or cold at the bedside as well as Women s summer pants lace and ' ' " iV ,r 7W r CVUI1anire LlOtH I j
ReaorMotch Oval.llmit Stoaper for outings Quart else . M.75 tUriS knee El sizes 60c value Fine DreSS VOlleS Devonshire cloth in large assort- I J
I son. 20c regular. 8 rolls for . $1 Prtlllo, ' fecial ' . . 49c " 50 voiles for fine dresses, excel- meHnt' 8(',d "tripes, checke.
r.. D1 , 1 OpUlar bOngS Clal , 4 if lent quality, some we purchased at a"d p a!dp' Perfectly fast colors, for "
Dinner Flates ah the latest popular songs such Women s White Hats & sacrifice, special vard . . 95 t- h dreses- wsists. etc.
! Dinner plates, plain white sem.p-- ?3, Hiawatha's Me lody of Love. My Women's white Imitation Panama EmhrOlflprpH VoilpS 48d I El
i celaln in the fancy shape Set of 6. . 9'e of .9 den ?i"eam9 "Tripoli." hats with a neat colored band on 1L M""J ESS mSS V FilTUred Voi.P i
Regular $1.25 value Ipecial . S5c tegnlar. p. Jgjr these hot dayj Jf68f bTauuX? incITi' Pluref upVrKe, aU
Electric Iron Alarm Clocks " " rs ' "n WJS i
A standard six pound electric lroa Days' are shorter You will need an Children S StraW HatS M r g zEfLS-Z A i v. FlaXOnS Ori?anf.ip !
designed after the famous Amerl alarmy clock Get an Indian, a 30- children's Btraw hats in colors blue ?2J5 "wei organdie. 45 inches IUIIH, Vrganaie, etC
can Beauty. It is also equipped with hour clock with bell at I he back. Tnd brown 'SesVare nea.ly' Jlde Imported goods. flared flteonj g. A
the easy stand and a spring pro large figure on th dial, positive trimmedi, alues to $1 50 Special. Special - S1.48 JJw TotcUl 'J J1 I
tected 6 foot cord $7 value alarm with patented shutoff $2 50 each . . gg HUCK TOWelS T , P eClJ ard 29 5
Special S4.95 llue Special $1.95 Downstairs Huck towels In size 16x30 Inches; Imported GinghamS
em m m -w -w t- H -w w Pracc Flnnr Rlio-c these are while wi,h clored boi- 75c dress ginghams, fine imported
1 H if 7 UM aTl 1 Utdbb TlUUr IVUgS der. our 25c values Special, five quality, beautiful plaids and etrlnes a I
IVl pn fWltf 1 BdTtlHO rugs, size 18x36 inchts, for Yard fio ,
1Y1CI1 OTT UI IV VlUUiCa nthedrclrwa0yr Mill Ends Organdie Extra Fine Ginghams
Here are ten very remarkable Dollar Items for those who Special. 2 for SI 60c organdies in mill ends, 2 to 10 95c dress ginghams, extra fine, fl . Mfl
l r j L iS o ii i Downstairs yards in piece, beautiful flowered beautiful assortment. Yard Ts BSBB
(garments, nnd this Downstairs otore a good place to trade. designs, etc, 40 inches wide. pu0,r:ni. 5
CrW Prinrp;fii Slins Yard . 48k CneviOtS, etc. I
Men's Work Gloves Boys' Waists oh2!7? Voiles at 65e ct"?
Men's all leather work gloves. Boys" waists In good dark blue col- trimmed, in sizes 8 to 18 years, reg- Figured voile, $1 value. Borne of the qualitv. large assortment Sneclal G
) These are a heavy horsehlde In or Sizes from 6 to 14 years. Will ular $1 25 vitlues Special . 75 season's prettiest designs. yard QoJk "
(gauntlet style onlv. Regular $2 25. make u splendid waist for school Downstairs ard p sTi" i "C c
Special $1.89 war Our $1 values for . 79 , . KLIJ n ! U JJreSS liingnamS
o n txts 117 i o Women's Bloomers Dress Ginghams 35c dress g.nghamf for school I
DOyS L-apS lieil S WOrK OOX Women's pink crepe bloomers. 60c ginghams in beautiful plaids, dresses, houBe dresses, aprons, boye' X
Boy's dress caps In a good assort- Men's BOX In black and tan colors, made of splendid quality materials. stripes, etc foT school dresses, etc., shirts, waists, etc. Special.
5 ment of plaids and plain colors all sizes from 10 to 11- A splen- our $150 values. Special $1.19 Inches wide Yard 4g yard 29 '
These are in the cool summer did sock for every day wear. Theso Downstairs y " a
I weights. A dandy to finish the Bum- are regular 30c, Four pairs for $1 . nfjj. 11 e
"VVw i9 Men's Dress shirts wZS8JJm Free Fall Fashion Sheets
Mens WOrK SniriS Men's dress shirts with collar at 40J these are nice and cool for sum- Patterns are ready for fall fashions UV hv fk
(Men's beaw blue charabray work tached. sizes 14 V-17V. A dandy as- mer, our $2.25 values Spe- D. i D J L i J- mi t vc rne ZL-.
shirts, in sizes 15, 17 A good sortment of stripes and patterns, $J Cial $1.95 rictonal Keview and the Ladies Home Journal pat
time to stock for fall. Regular $2 values. Tomorrow at . . . $2.65 DownstalrB terns We believe them to be the best in thf wnrM
. ' ' . Lee Unionalls Women's Aprons Easiest to'use, the cleverest styles. Free fashion sheets
PainterS Overalls Lee unlonall for men, sizes 33-44, In Women's nprons in light colors are here for those who want them. The Fall Ouar-
I Painter's overalls in all sizes. A big khaki Stelfel stripe and plain blue only; these are open down back i i - i i r f L: r1aj,r 9c a ..
full cut double stitched garment A garment with a fit and triple with a half belt. Our $1.25 values. terly. a Dig tOOK or fashions, is ready, 25c With a I
that ordinarily sells at $2.50. To- stitched throughout. $6.50 values Special, each 95 I 3c pattern free.
j morrow's sales $2.15 al $5.75 Downstairs
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