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In Memory of Mrs. IV. W. Wicker,
Who departed this life Maye 29
Sbmewhere in the hush of the twi
With the gold of the closing day,
A mother's life was required of her
And her spirit flew far away.
Away from the trials and griefs and
Encountered in Life's changiniz
On up to the mansions not made with
In glory and peace to abide.
Ne'er again will her eyes be dimmed
Every pain is forgotten now;
And her life has taught us that now
To the will of our Father bow.
It does not behoove us to grieve and
For the touch of a vanished hand,
.But to turn our eyes to the heavenly
For all things there we'll under
e know that her life was not lived
But stars in her crown she shall
And the thought that her labors now
Makes it easier for us to bear.
Let us live so that when our sum
To the land of beauty above,
We shall gladly lay down the cares
To unite with the ones we love.
A Loved One.
Philadelphia Public* Ledger.
The occasional crusades that are
instituted against moving picture
shows undoubtedly have the result of
causing their proprietors to be more
careful not to offend against the can
ons of morality and good taste in the
selection of their films for exhibition.
It is a sign of a healthy condition of
ppblic opinion that so few of the mov
ing picture shows depend upon vulgar
and suggestive subject matter to at
ract their patrons. Since the first
etoscopes and biographs were in
uced, hardly a dozen years ago,
quality of the pictures and the
anical mode of presenting them
the screen have been vastly im
,and the moving picture places
driven. out of business most of
heaper theatres and dime mut
that ~presented degrading playa
fensiv.e vaudeville "turns."
e avearge patron of moving pic
es will find a deal of information
urolled before his eyes by the rapidly
ng reel. He is at once trans
ted ifar from the madding crowd
Ai ~he city street to some distani
>r3er .of Cathay, -some..hill or town ol
Italy or quiet nook in the Britisbl
sles. ,He may attend a naval revievw
beram'mergau Pa(sion Play for a
-nickel ; he can go si-illing in Norway
or tlogganing in Cannada, or tarpon
g. in Florida. If travel is a lib
education, he may purchase fox
nominal fee the very quintes
nce of a liberal education, a five
otshelf of amusement and instruc
tio". Mayor Seidel of Mil
wauke, has recently said that
to compete with the theatre
*or Seidel of Milwauke, has recently
we must put moving picture machinei
in the schools. The idea suggests a
new anid useful field for the cinema
tograph. It is already frequently us
ed for lectures in educational institu
Those who denounce the moving
picture should pause to reflect on thf
potential benefits to be derived, at a
minimum cost, from these exhibitions
Of course, a great many silly scenes
are shown of ultra-sentimental love
making and slapstick comedy. But it
the better class of establishments
what one sees is very often worth the
while of serious-minded, busy people
ae well as of frivolous children and
mere amusement seekers.
St. Paul Dispatch.
What they say in Miss Ethel Barry
more's latest success, that gloom3
-but clever drama of Pinero's callec
"He's got a nice air about him anc
smells of soap; it's the kind of mar
most women like to have dangling
"Two things will never change
men and women and the shape o
chickens' eggs. Chickens' eggs wil
n-ever be laid square and men and wo
men will never be different.
"Women who are flat-chested
jstraight-laced and fiat-footed and mem
who live on farinaceous food an<
drink water can never have real bloot
in their veins.
"A husband can't be everlastingl:
praising his wife's clothes.
"It's when the sun's working aroun<
to the west-it's when men are 40 an<
50, that they're most liable to get inti
:+ PHE RE
For weeks we have been lay
V from the great clearance sales in
50 cents on the dollar. This sale
in mind our offerings are not the
a magnificent stock is a treat ani
silks, dress goods, white goods, Iii
goods, muslin underwear, and lac
100 Ladies Tailored ub Suits
to be closed out. The suit sale of the age.
A slaughter of prices that will set the whole
All $3-50, $4.oo and $5.oo Ladies' Tailored wash
Suits to go at only ......... . . . - .....$2.98
All $6.oo, 7.50 and 8.5o Ladies' Tailored wash
Suits to go at only .............. 3.98
Ladies' Tailored Skirts.
a 1,o000 Ladies' Skirts to go in this sale. Sounds big
but we've got 'em and we are going to let them go
One lot Panama Skirts trimmed with silk folds
*$3-5o Skirt for....................---$1-98
* ,One lot of all wool Panama Skirts, blue and
black, $5.00 Skirts for. ......... .--2.98
One lot of all wool Panama Skirts, blue and
13black, $6.50 Skirts for............. --.-498
One lot of all wool Voil Skirts, black only, $8-5o
Skirts for-... ------.-. --------.- ------- 44-7
One lait of all wool Voil Skirts, black only,
*$1o.oo Skirt for.....-.-- --.- --.-,...... 6.49
+ June Waist Sale!
* No such a bona-fide sale has ever been offered.
Dozens and dozens of Longerie and Linen Waists wb~
to select from. stri
* ~ 50 doz. beautiful White Lawn Waists, trimmed
with Lace and Embroidery, 75c. values. 49c. blat
* 50 doz. beautiful White Lawn Waists, trimmed I
* with Lace and Embroidery, $1.25 value, 79:. 'bla
* 25 doz. beautiful White Lawn Waists,, trimm.ed 2
with Lace and Embroidery, $1-50 value, 98C. bla4
1o doz. beautiful-White Lawn Waists, triinmed
with Lace and Embroidery, $2.50 value, $1.49.
4 io0 dez. beautiful White Lawn Waists, trimmed Yoi
.with Lace and Embroidery, $3.00 value, $1.98. hat
June' Milnery Sale!
New Millinery still rolls in. Trimmed and 5
4untrimmed .Hats by the car load. A more hand- pi
0some lot of beautiful Hats has never been exhib- 2
ited in this city during the monh. of June than dre:
will greet you during this big sale. We can 3
. show you more Hats than most of the one horse 2oc
millinery concerns had to start the season on 2
1Oc. ladies' Gauze Vests 6 1-4c. ""~
Four Vests to each buyer. Tape neck, full 12)
*bleached Gauze Vests, all sizes, .4., 5 and 6, a I
4 dandy roc seller at only 6yle. each. pnt'
Our big Shoe and Slipper
unloading of half our Shoe
All $3.00 and $3.50 Oxfo:
All $2 50 and $2-75 Oxfoi
*A111 $1.75 and $2.oo xf
'4 200 pairs Men's low cut S
200 pairs Men's low cut S
a No goods sent out on approva
The Underselling Store.
10@*.' .***4 *****
y Morning June 15 a
ing the foundations for this sale.
New York thousands of dollars wo
includes every item, every article u
remnants of a picked over stock. '
d to do it at such a saving. Think
iens, ready-to-wear garments, millii
:es and embroideries, etc.
e World to Meet Tb
that will justify y<
months to come.
erything from the
LOT NO. 1.-Consisting
* bold and dainty qualities,
goods, worth up to 20c.
,1OT NO. 2.-An elegant
/ swiss embroideries, the d
} * feminine eye, values 25c.
A M NIE LOT NO. 3.-Beautiful
widths, some in the lot]l
sale price -
LOT NO. 4.-Thousands
ery, some in the lot worn
your choice of any yardi
Another Ribbon Sale! Sale
ou know when Mimiiaugh announces a sale No sren' gm
Lt it means. Wedniesday when the city bell Childretail cod
kes nine o'clock the great s le begis- Underskirts an<
o full bolts all Silk Ribbon, all -colors and. .
:k and white, 15c. kind,. at 9c. yard. Bais in
o full bolts all Silk Rib on, all colors and 5 pieces full
k and white, 20c. kind, at r5c. yd-. 35c., June Sale
Oo full bolts all Silk Ribboh. all colors and .Two y ards
:k and white, 25 and 35c. kind, at :7%c. yd. Satin Damask
'n ogggig [H ouseg Satin Damask,
i should prepare for future needs with a lavish Two ard as
d. You can't duplicate the Mimnaugh values. San Dlaask
L. C. A. best Feather Bed Ticking, worth 20. at only the yar
.price I2%~C. Remnants of
bales celebrated Sea Island worth 8y'%c., sale long, at half p:
:e 63<c. 2 ,ooo beautil
cases good yard wide Bleaching without most all hemrn
sing, at 6frc. less than 35c.,
,ooo yards beautiful striped Madras, 15 and 50 doz. large
value, at only ioc. price each 12%
7 inch French~ Mercerized Waistings, 15, 20 50 doz. lag
.25c. values, at 12%4c. pieahc
5 pieces White Checked Nainsook, worth YaLan
and 15c , sale price 8%4c. A big tablei
L standard Calicoes, worth 6 %' and 7c., sale both Edgings
:e 5c. 8 to roc., all a1
STRAP SANDALS AND OXFORDS.
stock must be reduced. Room must be made. Nothing but a
stock will do it.
ds and Strap Sandals to go at only...-...-....--..--..-..--.
-ds and Strap Sandals to go at only... ..-...---.-..-..-..-..-.
irds and Strap Sandals to go at only...- ...------.-.--.---.
hoes from $4.00 to $5.oo at only..-....------..------.--.--.
hoes from $3.00 to $3.50 at only............-..-.-----.-.
L No phone orders taken. Bring
t 9 A. M.
We have secured
rth of new goods at
nder the roof. Bear
ro choose from such
of the assortment of
iery, hosiery, fancy
>u in laying in a supply for
This sale will include ev
tiniest widths to the wide
of edgings. wide'and narrow patterns,
nainsook, cambrie and swiss
your choice at - -- 0C
lot of around 2,000 yards of fine
inty fne work that appeals to the
yard.and more your choice .
wide embroideries, some flouncingz
- - - - ,5c.
ards combricakd nainsook embroid
8,l10and 12 1-2c. take0
R tle pile for - - . 3
i Muslin Underwear!
and collection of .Women's and .
e underwear has ever betn placed
nter. .Driawers, Corset Covers,
I Gowns. ,
Towels and Table Linens!
bleached Table Damask, worth
wide pure Linen, fi11 bleached,
19. quality, at 69c.
wide pure Linen, full bleached,
$.oo quality, at 75c.
vide pure Linen, full bleached,
$150 quality, at 98c.
d Damask, 6o in. wide, Soc. value,
Damask, 2, 2!/ , 3 and 37' yds. .
*ul Damask and Huck Towels,
ed, not a towel in the lot worth
June sale price each 22c.
Huck Towels, worth 20c., sale
Huck Towels, worth 1 5c., sale
Linen Laces at Sc. Yd.
'ull of Val and Torchon Laces in
Lmd Insertings, runging in value
:ane price, for choice 5c.
lie cash. COME.1