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THE f ARGUS,! FRIDAY JUkYh 31; 193&'
"The Store That Does Things;"
"The Store .That You Are 'Watching Grow."
' Ladies' lC-button silk gloves in tan, brown, black, white, sky
blue, $1.50 value, Saturday's speeial, per pair . 80
Ladies' 12 and IB-button lisle gloves in gray, white and black,
. worth J1.00, Saturday, VERY SPECIAL
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Men's negligee soft bosom shirts, C5c values, in fights
nnd darks, see window display, Saturday ...' 43
B. V. D. Nainsook shirts and pants, ajhietic style, regular 50c
quality, one day only, Saturday., .
Mfn'a Richelieu ribbed.sfiTits and drawers, French neck, ecrue or
blue, 50c quality, while they last, Saturday choice of garments 2 for..
10 dozen me'n's best web lisle suspenders, our regular 50c
kind, Saturday, all day, your choice
Delaye(T$hipment of Ladies' Fine
Lawn Jumper Suits.
Which were purchased and were to arrive a long time ago, but they were
delayed and just arrived Friday at 2 p. m. They were thrown out to our
customers immediately at just half price. Twenty sold in two and one-'
half hours; we have 500 garments to select from, and they must be sold
Ladies' Jumper Suits- 500 ladies' lawn and gingham jumper suits, beauti-
lully trimmed, regular yrlue $3,50, see big window display,
while they last.: .. 1.79
100 dozen ladies' fine lawn shirt waists, embroidery and lace
trimmed, exceptional values for Saturday 9S
We Are Showing Ladies' New Fall Suits
Full size wash cloths, Saturday special, 2 for J
42x36 pillow" cases, each..... '. XO
45x36 pillow cases,, each . , 10
Alj linen toweling, our lEc value, special, per yard
Last call on fancy mercerized white table cloth Saturday's sale price. 19
Children's and misses' fine ribbed hose, all sizes, regular 25c
kind, your choice Saturday, 2 pair for 50
Boys' Broncho Buster stockings. ' sizes C to 10, Saturday 2 pair for... 25
Ladles' seamless black hose, Saturday 3 pair for 20(
Stocking feet, black or white, per pair ; -A4
Ladies' Richelieu ribbed vests, bleached taped neck and arm hole, our reg
ular 10c value Saturday, 2 for 1 20S : one vest FREE witn every two
PLAYING A TROMBONE
A RATHER EASY MATTER, THE MUSICIAN SEEMED TO THINK
SUCH A SIMPLE INSTRUMENT.
' The band was playing 'loudly In the
Trlnkfestblergarten and the little bald
beaded man had bis eyes fastened inter
estedly on the trombone player. When
the players stopped to recuperate he
reckoned the man who works the loose
horn over to his table and ordered two
glasses of schoenesbraue.
! "My name Is Biggs," said the man
whose hair was absent "One of my
Jungs is trying to quit work, and the
doctor advises me to break up its shift
less habits by blowing a brass. The
careless way you yank that pump horn
looks good, and 1 want you to put me
I "What do you want to know?" asked
; "Just a hint about how you handle
tftat wind machine so nonchalantly."
"The trombone is very simple." re
pJied the muslker, wiping his lips,
which curled In thick, red volutese.
i"The slide Is divided Into sevtrt shifts,
pr positions, about three Inches apart.
"Starting with the lowest note in the
first position the slide closed you get
!B flat Push out the tubes and you hit
mccesslvely A, A flat, G, F sharp. F
"That's only seven notes." objected
! "Yes. Getting the rest depends on
iow you pucker your Hps. In the first
position you can make, figuring np
jward. B flat. F. B flat. D. F. B flat and
(C In the second you obtain A. E. A.
KJ sharp. E. G and A. The third gives
boa A flat. E flatA flat. C .E flat.and
MRS. D. . SCHOLL
la the place to get a good oham
poo, facial and scalp massage,
manicuring or chiropody.
A full line of hair goods, nets,
etc. Hair work made to order.
Hair dressing for parties and
weddings at the homes If de
sired. Opposite Harper house.
Old Phone 953.
!A fiat It Works out' the same all the
"There are higher notes that I didn't
mention, but you won't want to mon
key with them. But-n good player ha
n compass of more than three oftaves."
I Eiggs looked troubled.
, "Let me see." he said. "You start in
the first position with B fiat."
"Yes." replied the other "that is.
provided you are playing In the bass
clef. In the treble clef the first posi
tion is C."
' "What!" exclaimed Biggs. "It's one
note one time and another another?"
"In the treble clef." explained the
musician, "the trombone is n B flat
horn. In the bass clef it Is a C horn."
j-Biggs mopped his brow.
"Say that again, will you?" he ap
pealed. "Don't yon see?" came the answer.
"When the first position is C It's a
jB flat horn. When the same shift Is
B flat it's a C horn."
Biggs unbuttoned his coat
"You may call this thing simple." he
said, "but if it is I'll give myself up at
the nearest asylum. You are talking,
The musician grinned.
"We'll take one thing at a time." he
said. "In getting at what a B flat
horn Is let's consider a cornet." .
"Let's. If Ifs simpler," said Brggs
"It's because It's always a B flat
horn." replied the other. Then he add
ed. "Except when It's an A bora."
Biggs gave a sickly smile.
"The' lowest note on a cornet when
open when no keys are pressed down
Is really B flat." said the bandman.
"But It is called C."
"That doesn't make it C," said Biggs.
"For all practical purposes It does."
was the reply. "There Is a reason for
doing this, but it's complicated and at
present I'm keeping to simple facts."
. "Yes. Indeed." murmured Biggs.
"In an orchestra, for Instance, when
'the first violins are playing in C nat
ural the cornetist's score is two semi
tones higher and is thus written in D
or two sharps. When the violins are
playing in D the cornet player is toot
ing in E or four sharps. But if things
kept on this way the cornetlst would
soon be lost in a confusion of sharps
Bush on the"' pfnho.' couldn'f I play
with her from the song score?" .
"Not unless you can mentally trans
pose ns you go along." said the mu
sician. "The system looks queer at
?rst. but it's logical. Its purpose Is to
bring the same music within thA nat
ural compass of all the Instruments of
a band or an orchestra. But if you
are going to play the trombone you
won't have to bother your head about
any of this, as trombone music is now
adays always written in the bass clef."
"Then what have you been talking
about It for and mixing me tip?"
shouted Biggs, jumping up.
"What are you getting mad about?"
asked the trombonist.
"I'm not mad." replied Biggs. "I'm
only going to make my will and buy
an accordion." Washington Post
TO OBSERVE CIVIL WAR'S END
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOO land double shams, ho he sling an A
H nTz-txT-cxr rrr T aat o crook on his instrument. That raises
the signature three semitones. When
the fiddles play in A or three sharps
the cornetlst is blowing along the easy
ipath of C natural." - -
"Look here." said Biggs, "If my
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 'T'.fejs Okaying TJ.ndjK. tA. Fink Lilac
On Feal Estate Security.
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS,
Mitchell & Lynde Building.
Big Exposition and Peace Monument
Planned by Cincinnati.
A movement to celebrate the semi
centennial of peace between the north
and south by holding In 1015 a great
southern exposition in Cincinnati and
dedicating a southern peace monument
in that city was launched at a special
meeting of the Cincinnati chamber of
commerce the other afternoon.
A formal report was presented giv
ing various,ifTdSons why such a cele
bration should be held In Cincinnati.
In summing up the report said:
"As to character, scope and "plans,
these are matters for future considera
tion. It may take the form of an ex
hibit of waterways, devices hu meth
ods. It is suggested that there be
erected a monument commemorative
of peace, the money to toe raised by
KILLS TWO WOMEN
Heart Pierced bySharp Instrument
. Which Followed Arteries to
". the Vital Spot.
Warsaw, Ind., July 31. Violeta Mar
ie . Bowen of Gerlaw, ,IU., and Mrs.
Thessie Walden of Denver, Col., died
today following an illness of only five
minutes. A post mortem examination
developed that in each case the heart
had been pierced by a minute sharp
instrument which physicians believe
followed the course of the arteries un
til the heart was reached.
., Nine IncbJ Butterflies.
Coptainf S. Mnsgrave of the British
army was one of the passengers, on the
Royal Mali steam packet Atrato from
Colombia, which recently arrived at
New York. He has been on a twenty
months' exploring expedition of Colom
bia and has been doing zoological re
search work and Is returning to Eng
land with a live ant eater and one of
the finest collections of butterflies In
the world, which he got at Mosa.
where the government emerald mines
are located. These butterflies are nine
inches from wing tip to wing tip and
shine like emeralds. -
Eczema Is Now Curable.
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and destroys the germs that cause
skin diseases. Eczema quickly yields
and is permanently cured by this re
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Write for sample. E. W. Rose Medl
cal company, St. Louis, Mo. For sale
by Harper House pharmacy.
"AW OLD TIfflE BREAKFAST;
What One Visitor Was Treated to at
The diary of Manasse Cutler, the
founder of Ohio, anu he author of the
ordinance of 378V, gives an account of
a visit he made to Mount Vernon
Vivo years after General Washington's
Jeath. We ss y "General" Washing
ton, for that was what Mrs. Washing
ton was pleased to call him a copy for
all those good vomen whose husbands
have won them honor on the field of
war. ;. '""".'.;'" "
Mr. Cutler say!'.; it was the" desire of
their party to arrive at Mount Vernon
in time for breakfast (7 o'clock) with
Mrs. Washington, ut the bad roads
and worse horses jdetalued them, so
they did not reachthere until about
10, which Mrs. Washington regretted,
but she said, "Bre:tkfast would be
ready in a Jew minutes." The diary
goes on to say: !
"In a short time she f rose and desired
us to walk into another"; room, where a
table was elegantly isptead with ham,
cold corned beef, cold fowl, red her
ring and cold mutton, thi dishes orna
mented with sprigs of parsley and
other vegetables from Jthegarden. - At
the head of the table waejtbe tea and
coffee equipage, where sh . seated her
self and sent the tea and .Coffee to the
The point of interest is that break
fast menu five kinds of meat decked
with sprigs . of parsley and accompa
nied with divers vegetables. Isn't
there an appetizing array and doesn't
the heart long for just stfbb a scene?
Of course the mere Xeedrts. the' fel
lows that hanker for hot things, may
not think so. but the verj mention of
cold ham, cold chicken, 4old mntton
and cold corned beef all the same
oreata is an. appeal to a rpnscienuons
appetite that is unresisting And that
was a breakfast of the lonl ago.
, Most generous providers! these well
to do people In the early clays! How
priori prerrthinir must hfCvp tnntoilf
That ' roasr ch'iekea and" roast mntton
nnd that great tender clean chunks of
it, that he would not dare say which
was best, for each was best Compare
it with our latter day breakfasts a
roll and an egg and a cup ef coffee!
Of course we like our way but that
Is possibly, because these are degen
erate days. Ohio State Journal.
Simple Method of Cooking Cabbage.
The simplest and quickest methods
of cooking cabbage are the best Cab
bage must be trimmed and well wash
ed In cold, salted water, then cut into
quarters and tied together again with
a string before going into the sauce
pan, because the heart is more tender
than the outside and uniform softness
la desired. Have plenty of boiling
water with a heaping tablespoonful of
salt to the half gallon of water. Let
it be boiling when the cabbage is put
in and cook it with the lid off. flnd if
it be fresh it will keep a good-color.
The time depends more upon the age
than the size from twenty to forty
A Crab Habit.
Catch a fresh crab, mash the end of
one of its claws and watch with what
fierce wrath it wilL tear off the muti
lated member. Is it pride that causes
him to do this bit of surgical work, or
Is he afraid of blood poisoning, or is It
because the maimed claw might ob
struct his speed or entangle him in the
submarine botany? The crab is an In
teresting creature and, like his big
cousin, the lobster, is as scrappy as a
game bantam, often losing a limb In a
," River RipieU. ' -
The Mac and David Tipton were
down. The Mac went north. The
Helen" Blair came up from Burlingtotr.
The stage of water was 7.35 at 6 a.
m. and the same at noon. .
The west side woman observed an
old darky In violent altercation with
the driver of a cart
"What Is the matter?" she asked.
"I done tell Mm he cayn't 'buse dat
hawse " said uncle excitedly, ."an' he
say it none o' my business an' I done
tell Mm I'se a membeh ob de human
beln society," New York Press. .
Moggs was returning to the club
house when Wilson met him. '
"Well, how did you get .on today?"
"I never saw better golf," said Moggs.
"My opponent got away every drive,
he hit every brassie clean, he ap
proached up to the hole perfectly, and
he never missed a putt" . : -
"How much were you beaten by?"'
"Beaten! 1 wasn't beaten. 1 won!"
Pearson's Weekly. -' .
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Turn around and look at the sunrise
of prosperity. Get up and shake off your
gloomy thoughts., It's distressing . to
yourself and to those around you. Cheer
up and smile, and 'if it's a shortage-of
money that bothers you, come and see
us about it, at once we'll put a smile
where the frown was. and fix up( your
financial difficulties so quickly it will
It's our business to loan money to
honest, deserving people who for some
reason or other find themselves tempor
arily in deep water. We don't charge
much for the use of the cash, and ar
range the transaction to suit TOUR
convenience in the matter of paying us
buck small amounts, extending over a
Our plan is very simple, and you
should not hesitate to investigate. If
-we take a lien on your piano, furniture,
liorses. wagons, etc., it is a mere matter
of form, and the property remains in
your undisturbed possession. If incon
venient to call, a phone message or let
ter will bring our man to you to ar
range matters all in strictest confi
dence. fidelity Loan Co.
MITCHELL 4k LTKDB BLOCK.
Room 38, Rock Ialaad. .
Oflle hears. 8 a. m. '6 n. m ml
Saturday evenings. Old telephone went
514 1 irw 6011.
Weary Walker Wot do youse t'ink
uv me corporations. Tatters? Tired
Tatters Wot corporations? Weary
Walker Me shoes. ' I can them cor
porations because dey ain't got uo
soles. Pathfinder. r '
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