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TTTF, ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, fARCTT IS, THIS.
ffar Mrs Thompson: Will hi:e'
Fhoes or sl'r.pf-rp he worn this slim
mer' CONSTANT RKADR.
Dear Mrn Thompson: i'.i I :u:i a
boy of 11 and want to ?o into some
Vino of business. What would , the
hst to cart In on a capital of a!;ont
$H'? I have had no cjpfrii'nw in ary
Kir.c. or minnes. ij, - in, you t r.u.k
my hanlwrlUne In pood f'.r If
schooling- BI.I'K KYK.-v
ill Von ran't 6'art much of a rusi
titf.fi on 1fn. As I do not know ;nr
qualification or the oppor iii;'t ieS of
your locality, I cannot very w-:: ad
rlpp you 1 know of one yoiin n.,:n
who started In bimtDMts by maUni; but
tered ioprorn and sw.et popcorn halls,
and nf ll:nc them. Now h" in a rli-h
man You mifht tr sorr. yii'r.c like
II in fa.r There is room for
' -Vi V':': ''J
before. li-!t : y h:ft-arid :or! ;a. me to
have anvihli.r to do wi:h h"r. I'iesse
advise n ' . F.UH'SE.
' j i Yes. Take them anywhere you
would uce a regular handbag, i'-'i
Tt-li her that if hl.e carog more for the
niiiu than nr.e do-F frr respectability
and her rood old trends, yc-n wi.l
have to give her '.p jupt like all th
Other respectable people will.
M.rs Irma Kohn. Miss Alma Mosenftl
oer and B. G. Landau and Mr. and
Mis. Eli Mosenfelder of Davenport,
the company having gone by special
STUDY IRISH MUSIC.
IRISH Ml'PV WAS STTDIED BY
members of the Music Students" tl.;b
at a meeting l-.eM yesterday afternoon j
at The hoTie of the president. Mr. Al
fred Mueller, on Wt Sixth s'W, t
Davenport. The program was ciwi; by
Mrs Mueller. sourKiu-. Mrs. T. O.
i Swiney, contralto. Mrs. D. J. Kickey
i and Mrs. Florence Freistat-I.ee. violin.
' with Mrs. A. P. Griegs and Mrs. Tor- :
rev ss accompanist Mrs Mueller's
soncs were "A Broken Sont" and "A
Srue of G en Erin." by Hutwi. "The
Iauehtor." by Foster." "The Throu-. '
Die," bv Woodman. "Kathteen,
Hr'-.Ti. s.r ! ' t'.r i.;- ." h.- MvGo-.-li.
;.-s. Swiney sang "To My First
l.ove ' by lihr. "Oil" to f !i li'.dfipl.ia."
by S:arford, " A Toast." anonymovs,
; "In the Dark." by Da::iel and "On
I the Bay of Dublin. by I.ady Duffin.
.i ",A BV I VToVi fTTVmi
Cgf.i. v J I
fr5lico GrtcheR Kirk
jno standard whatever: probably she
will never have seen many of the uten
jriis you use daily in your kitchen;
j rightly taught that they are real helps.
'She will use them carefully. She will
learn much from observation as she
helps you with the details of your
work and you can teach in the order
that circumstances make easiest.
The firet thing to begin with is boil
ing. Many people who have cooked
Housekeeping is analogous to bus ; for years in a haphazard fashion, do .
by cess; money must be spent to pro ; not know when water is really boilingJ
"i. duce certain results and the expense ' For this lesson coffee-making furnishes .
account must be watched to make it a good demonstration, then vegetables,
bear proper relation to the health and then soup making, beginning with
comfort derived from the expenditure. 1 vegetable soups first.
It is in attention to details that an : By this time the beginner will have
honest return for money and service ; grasped the fact that boiling water
Mrs Hickey played a group of three 'spent is found. This mans that the ! helps to retain juices and extracts and
'r'ir Lumbers. Kcse . Sum- housekeeper must have a system based cool water softens fibers and you can
m.-'r" and "St. Patrick's Day," by Vieux- ou a solid foundation, reinforced with explain the secret of the frying pan;
ttmps. and "The Harp 'i i.;.; Ouve experience, experiments auj invest!- : when she has learned that hot fat
Through Tara's Halls," by Farmer, gation. Then there will be no friction bursts starch grains and forms an lm
Mrs. Lee's number was "Shamus j whether there be one maid kept or 2(, ! pervious coating that the fat cannot
Mrs Thompson: I am
IS and very much in low wit.'i
improvement, but if you have had r.o ' two young men. They seem to ;hlnK
he!r you bar don pretty n ell. 1 a great deal of me. I have been
1 w-ith one of them four years and
Tear Mrs Thompson: d i I have ; mpt 'be orhcr. Th former wants to
tin steftdv fellow, tr:t would like to i nwT nie, ha: I had rher marry the
know if it jK wrong for a follow v, kiss "f if I am forr.iaai enouaa. How
bo girl he Is gMitii w!:h or for her to j ran 1 win hini" O How car. I pro
klf him 1 1' i I a clrl s-oes to a car- dure flesh? Am only v j.ounis. I
tr art! l.er brother. Is i all righr to
com" ht.o w'th a f.-'.lnw you revr
went v it It bef ,r.." i'H -Wh-n at a
rtan-'e. :h r whilk to e, outdoors with
ft fellow iiiid s't :n M.e hi.cgy?
Ml When you realiy fall in love
wl'h a man, how will you like ?o have
hini K'iow hfl you (' ::votie fN. l.iss
you' il'i- If our tro:tiHr !e viiling
and the youvc tr.iin is a'l right. I se.
no fcnrm n It. c.i It isn't very L-oori
Dear Mrs Thon ppnn ; C ) Is i'
proper f..r l:ifl:e- to tnk- tiios.. krit't.ci
ltarl'iaL'K tr, eh!:rrh" i 2 i I l,a c n
Trarrled womsn friend; there bns been
lo's of tj'in alio:; her- and a man. I
l:d'eve it l-cca'!:e 1 b:uo pe,-.n l.tt e
1 hi ; v v .'h ii. an.! tie traa ii: -;f.
SlK' wa'i' nn- lo bo just ;he s::uif as
;have good health, but would like to
welch IIS. 'Hi How can I make a
I -arty dr'K suits';.!- for sj.rg and
I what i-:rid of poods would suit bout?
j WIOWX EYE3.
j Mi There is no g'-rsranteed recipe
'for wlnniLg love. A girl can only be
sweet and lovable and make here'f as
i:it v sring as j'ossiriie. If the man
! iove's her. he will !e' her know it. and
if he doesn't sh- can't make him. (2)
. Oatnveal eaten with cream and sugar
Is a fattener; also br.tanas and cream.
Eat plenty rf nour'sl.ing food, fake
plenty of sleep and don't worry about
: ;.r.yl.i!:c. ? A silk or satin founda-
'ion with a fiihie of any transparent
material, would fashionable. Trtri
wfa embroidery or artificial flowers.
The ernperv may be In panniers or
' flounces or j cBuubt up a one side.
'Hat- it simple in appearance.
I O'Brien." by Buckholz. Misses Lily I or whether the mistress herself is par
I Nott and Gertrude Brar.nigan will be; lor maid, cook cr waitress.
a ! the next hostesses and they will en- j It is as much the duty of the mia-
tertaln at the home of the former on tress to be trained to adjust her do
Kirkwood boulevard. Davenport. mestlc problems, as lor the maid to
j know how to execute the. orders she re-
SOCIAL DRUG CLUB PARTY. ; ceives. Almost any young woman of
A MOST DEUGHTFTL EVENING 1 ordinary intelligence and willing dla
was spent yesterday by the members of ! Position can be taugbt the principles
the Social Drug club at the home of j of housekeeping, if the teacher has as
Mr. and Mrs. Charles White. 710 Twen- much patience as taa maid; in every
ty -fifth street, who entertained at a!nouee there are two bears, bear and
St. Patrick's da party. The house j forbear, and they need daily exerclae.
was very attractive in its decorations j "vHien your maid is trained she will
of green and white, shamrocks and I want a" increase In salary, but that
is to De expected ana you -wui b able
to enjoy months, perhaps years, of
comfort In return tar yem- efforts, and
If sh leaves you -will hare the pleas
ure that ooioes from hetptnr others
which is Its own reward. Much, is told
and written of the ingrafitud of hired
women while little la said of the.ntm
dreds of faithful servitors who bar
been many years with the same em
ployers, doing their wort: faithfully,
and t!ng their best efforts to in aloe
the family comfortable.
In training a maid you will do beet
lo start at the beginning, as if she had
I II ft
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ill u MWf
ill h sY
Nuptials at St. Louis
'1SS EVELYN MILIFS, HA ! f;H-
tv of Mr and Mrs H.-ort.- Milius of
S. Louih. and Simon MosenivUI'-r. sun
of Mr and Mm Alphonse JlnMii'i'ldtT.
hOK Tweti'ii-:li street, this c:t. w ere
united In marriage last tn . iiu at S
o'clock at a brilliant cercumnv a' the
homo of ihi- bride's gntiidpatents. Mr
n')( Mrs William SHx. 4.'i.' litid- 1'
bouleard. St. li.iin Tin' (retuniiy
wa- pfffonned by Kabbl Harrison ai.il
wm; nifnessfd b a company of ITT.
grests Atti-iKliitt; the bride as' maid
of honor as her s.h'i i. M;;- Domtl.y
Milltm. and her cou:ns. V. ir.-is -I) t:;: Ii
ii'el Katberine asserm.iti. and Mary
Ii'is'eiti acted as flower i;;ils The
grriotu wits aftendi'd by lter'tat:: II
I.t'tolau of this city A profusion of
Afierieim beau'y utid p.tik roes trim-
1' e, tile rooms A buffet slipper H T 1 i
,.,..tll. f.,',lo eil the ieremo!,
Mr and Mrs Mos-tj lil.-r b-tt !at
n'uht f, r Ashvllle, N. r., where they
v. .: .-pel,,! their honeymoon. 1'pon
"!.. :i ;e'-.:ni they will make tr,"?r uome
a: Tenth avenue and Twentieth street,
this city, v here apartments are being
prepareiT for 'ivm. Mr. Mofvufelder
trt! ati i reated in tiiis city r.d
atu-r gradiia' ii:g Mom the heal Wgti
s(i.e.-l r.e entered 'i.e 'kicaa'i univer
sity ar.d later j-raduate-J from Harvard
utii . er.-.i'y He is the t-tlicn-nt adier
tivit.u i,iau::t; -r ft. r the M. & K. store
in tl.:s c.ty I lit Lt'de a'teinletl Smith
(.'.'. . ::t.-l l.ist year i:rada'ed from
the ' Louis Si boo! of Social Scietice
in v. h.eli she liobls a fellowship th's
i ; i
-'ii.- bus interested hers. If i'l
i:' am! r.-se'ireh work in St.
She has fre.iuetitly in
y v here she has ii'ade nianv
tl;:'.its a"''i:-ii! e the we.lilinc from
H ' k Is-'and ; re . Mr and Mrs. A Mos
. :..-'i!.-. -,is Blanche Mosenfelder,
il rbur Moetifehb-r. paren's
t at: 1 br. 'lu is of the troin.
Mrs I. Simon ar.d Miss Klsa
ilr and Mt Louis Kohti and
ferns and other St. Patrick's day em
blems. A feature of the evening was
the fairy dress costumes worn by a
number of the guesre, Mr. and Mrs. A.
J. Reiss taking the prires for the best
costumes. They were dressed as Lord
and Iady O'Brien with typical Irish
costumes, Mr. Reiss wearing the short
knee breeches and high bat and Mrs.
Rless' costume was of green satin with
white collar and cuffs, and her hair
was dressed fitting the costume. The
diversion of the evening was 50,
prliV. in the games going to Mrs. Har
ry Rows and A. C. Croswell. A fine
lunch was served, the table, decora
tions consisting of green and white
flowers and shamrocks and the place
cards were clay pipes tied with green
satin ribbon and the favors were white
hat6 on shamrocks. Mrs. Harry Lowe
will entertain the club March 2S.
MRS. TREICHLER HOSTESS. ;
MRS. WALLACE TREICHLER. AT j
I her bom0, 801 Forty-second street, 1
! last evening w-as hostess to the mem
I berg cf the Ladies' circle of Zion
J Lutheran church. The house was dc-c-1
orsted in green and white crepe paper,
cut Rowers, green candles and other
St. Patrick's day decorations. The
ii-mbers each contributed $2 towards
the renovation of the Zion chapel and
approximately $.j0 was collected. It
5 also decided to hold a bakery sale
April 1'J at the People's Power com-i.-
ny rooms in Moline. After the bus
iness session the evening was given
over to a social time, many of the
ladies having come in St. Patrick's
day and colonial costumes w hich form-
d r.t: interesting feature of the even
ing. Contests were played in whi.h
the favors were won by Miss Clara
'tkerlind. Mrs. E. V. Olson.. Mrs. A.
boso'iberr and Mrs. Grant H.il:bn:n
7 )( tec sefvrd vf r- ;i m r ' s in
which St. Patrick's colors v.pre cprried
' i" and each gues1 was given a favor
appropriate to 'he day.
penetrate, simple meat sauces and ,
gravies may be made. This should be
accomplished in two weeks, though
cooking, which looks so easy, is slowly j
Having learned to make sauces and
to cook the meat ro the simplest ways, i
croquette making, scalloped dishes, '
creamed meat and fish entrees will i
prove easy. !
Pastry aid oake and dessert making: j
will have to be taugtit gradually, be- i
ginning- with simplest, batters. As for
breakfast cakes and gems and biscuit:
bread making should not be attempted
for several weeks unless the maid Is
especially apt. After the first few
weeks a cook hook may be given and
should prove a great help, if it is a
tested one and reliable. However, the
Inability to use recipes does not imply
that one cannot learn to cook. A stout
oolored girl who could neither read nor
write oomeB to mind. She was very
observant and, though 18 before she
entered a "big house" kitchen totally
untrained, learned in six months the
rudiments of every day cookery and
table service and is now a well-to-do
At this exceeding low price we
are featuring a variety of styles
and fabrics in new Spring suits,
severely tailored in mixtures
and serges, striped materials in
plain and fancy cuts. We ad
vise you to inspect this fine line
of suits at
328 Twentieth street, Bock Island.
Ii"!. O ill
an I s'V
SAVES ELDERLY PEOPLE W
SIrcp Disturbing Bladcl. r Wf pknsscf .
Hhcumatic Pains Disappear Aftf Few
r.titkache. St.ff Joints
Doic s Are Taken.
While people aior.c tr. j on rs are
M'allv ll.o' e sul'.H . We.iii k'O.I.e;. .
they can avc.il the tor'.ire. of ! ick
ud. nn! rheutiia';iiii. utid h" saved
'he annoyance i f gotttt.p up a' i .tii:
ih d u preen b'.e bladder ds 'tdetc
for the new d-tcoery. ("n"tie. ; . ; 1 1 k
ly rc'iexei the ir,or eet and bo
V : ' e en si s.
'roxeiie currt thes ccr.-1 .ot.s be
cause it ren-.ovrs the caue. It in the
mo?- wondtrful remedy ever dvis'd
for rldd".ir the ss'etn of uric ac J.
It i cr.-::! d.fferenr fni;. a'l oti . r
renn d.. s It 1 not l.ke i.r.yi;..i u r'-e
ever used for -hn purpose i'roo:.e
make the k.dr.eyp f.'.-cr the b o-.l ar.'l
1ft out hi. the polfiov.rtig acid? ar.d
ast matter tha' caue these ti. :l.
It sock r'.cht in ar.d cle.r.t r .t h
S'oppeU-up. ti. active k dn. s lise v ,i
ter 4lct a s;i.nce. dissolves :in ' ilr.v.-s
cut every ;oxv.ile of ur.c a.-.d rr.d
i lodee. '
' i i a use ;
: i;r :
i k i r o f
a ad "i";se ,
Ii i,. .,
. er.'T'es i: r.tier. - s:. rv
P'.l e;i Hl.d restore ':.e
bladder 'n health and s-
! !.'." n I',"-
SUfV-"led. !.: v. . ', i o-; ..I
c'se .! l.ave ut ! Th
ciple of ("roxer.e Is such
f rctlch ly imposs.b'.e to take it into
the h ulnar, sys'em without results.
Ti ere Is :; ''inc else cr. ear'h like
it. It fta-t -o wrrk the minute you
ro. eves yo i -he t'rst time
e it. ar.l all your nr.sery and
fc.- - disappear. You can
ar. c-: r.al packaae of Crnxor.e
from ar.y first class
All dr-;pc:s's i-.re a i'horized
'ly return 'he p-.;r hje price
in a tii.p.M i ase . I Adv.)
I Your Friends Would Like to See
YOUR SMILING FACE AT THE
YOUR CLUB DANCING PARTIES
Every Th.-.rsday evening at Turner Kail, Mo'ine, 111.
15 Instructcrs teach besrn-K rs S to 9 p. n:
It is to their interest that cu learn qviekly.
HUDDLE S 0SCEZT?.A.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S BRANCH.
T UK VOl'Nt; J'KtH'LK's: BRANCH .
i f t'.ie Woman's Christian T.-a'peranee
itiK.ti held a inee-inj; with Mrs. lies.
t" Hrien. 1625 Tw etuy-eightii street,
evfning with 12 members atienti
Miss Ninuet'e RoDb was in
i hi r,-e of the devotional services f-t.d
! .-tin pre k ram was given -o:isl.-.:'i:
c:' a riadme by Miss .Tna llcrr
(: 'Th- wi.iie R.bbon Hf-p'rie a- t'v
White I'ouse." atid another rapi-r on
'Overriding the President's Veto." At
'he business session plans were ma'!"
fur i-n entertainment to be piven 1 . -f
e ::,n,j. A ' hour fgHowtd
l-.er lumh was served. M'.-s Mh"l
Smut, wi 1 entertsin the branch :!k
third Monday in April.
HOSTESS TO G. F. C. CLU3.
!Ss3 I.CI.r VOXTdOMKUV.
Fif'ii avenue, entertained 'he (i. f.
clu'a last eveninp. Besides the rr.en;
hers. a few frlende wer present. Th"
pvrr.'np was Riven over to a Pf Pat
rick's proptani. Miss's Mae Spau'.ri
ins find Irene Bath earn: several solos,
after which eai h pueet was ;. reset, tr rl
by the hostess wi"h a piece of musiin
and a yard of green hrfad ar.d re
qi.ested to embroider a pi Mr?
Haiti whs awarded first prize and .'.:s
Sadie Moore The consolation prize
After much merriment over the hand
iwork, all were invited to the d'ninjr
room, where a St. Patrick's " ir.cheon
'was served by the hostess. tl:e din
:r,p room being beautifully derora'ed
in honor cf the day. Miss Bach of
1414 Fourth avenns entertains the
, club next Tuesday evening.
j K. K. K. ST. PATRICK'S TEA.
' ONE OF THE PRETTY PARTIES
of Satuiday was the St. Patrick's tea
pi' en by the K. K. K. club of pirls
a: the home of Mrs. M. E. Sweeney, nl
Tv.entletb street, for the benefit of
Bethany tome. The rooms were trim-'
med in green, cut flowers and sham
rocks. In the dining room where tea
wai served, the table cen'erpiece was
a castle built of small potatoes. Green
shaded candles in silver candlesticks
were placed about the board and hya
citths in bowls were on the sideboard.
lii a contest Mist Adele Ko:ti uon a
Ci-ke. which the gae to Bethany horne.
Tte girls had also placed on tale Ja
bots and candy from -which they realis
ed a neat sum.
SHOWER FOR ORPHANAGE.
THE EPWORTH LEAGUE OF THE
First Methodist church held a handker
chief, towel and soap shower last even
ing at the church for the Lake Bluff
orphanage which the league assists in
supporting. The admission was some
one cf the articles mentioned and
there were Quite a number of articles
contr.buted for the home. Three young
women dressed as deaconesses, gave
short talks en the work at the orphan
ace. Miss Violet Downey sane a num
ber of Irish songs and stereopticon
views cf the lumber life in the south
wer much enjoyed. Refreshments
i v.-pre st rved curing the evening.
LOOKOUT CIRCLE MEETS. j
THE LOOKOUT CIRCLE OF THE i
First Baptist church held a St. Pat- j
rick'. day sociable- at the church last 1
evtnirr ,l.i;h was very well amend
ed and proved a most enjoyable affair.
The rooms were decorated with green 1
and white rtf-pe papr and other em
blems ai propriaf' to the day. A short
.r sr. in was given consisting of a ,
m.'hI solo by Miss Klsii Johnson, a I
readily by Miss Laverne Wood, a
piano d.iei by Misses Helen Downing I
and .U lvia Koch and a reading by '
Mi..? Venio Orifie. Refreshments were
f erved by the young women wearing!
v hue aps and aprens which were;
trimmed with shamrocks. The circle
netted a nice sum for their treasury.
NAG EL-SWAN SON.
MISS IDA MARIE SWANSON OF
251S. Eighth avenue, and Charles Hen
ry Nagel, also of this city, were united
in marriage Saturday at 8:30 at the
parsonage of the Moline Swedish Luth
eran church, the Rev. A. F. Bergstrom
officiating. The couple was accom
panied by the Misses Helen and Doro
thea Nagel, 6isters of the bridegroom.
The young people'a parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Henry Nagel and Mr. and
Mrs. BJror Swan son, are in Hamburg.
Germany, and in Sweden. The bridal
couple have lived in Rook Island a
number of years, Mr. Xagel being a
Y. U A. WITH MIS3E8 CROMPTON.
THE YOUNG LADIES' AUXILIARY
of Spencer Memorial Methodiat church
was entertained last evening by the
Misses Crompton, at their home, 4103
Seventh avenue. Plans were discus-'
ed for an entertainment to be given
in the Longfellow school gymnasium
some time in April. Games were play
ed and the time passed very pleas
antlp. the hostesses serving lunch be
fore the close of the evening. Miss
Ruth Allsbrow will be the next hos
tess. SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.
THE Bl'SY BEE SEWING CIRCLE
will be entertained Thursday after
noon by Mrs. E. E. Lamp, 1513 Tenth
The Cubs will give a cabaret dance
at the New Harper Friday evening,
March 28, at 9 o'clock with music by
tha Criterion orchestra. The commit
tee In charge la Charles Wheelan. Ben
Harts, Henry Beselin, William
Klockau. Edwall Tarlson and Arthur
The Young People's society of Broad
way Presbyterian church will hold its
antraal meeting this evening at the
horn of Miss Hattie Jahns, 81T Twenty-second
Ucal lodge. Odd Fellows, will meet
next Thursday evening at the Odd Fel
lows hall to confer the second and
third degree on a class of candidates.
Routine business will also be trans
acted. A large delegation of local Eagles,
will go to Moline tonight to attend the
Institution of East Moline aerie which
will be held under the auspices of
the Moline lodge of Eagles. The Dav
enport aerie will also be well repre
sented at the meeting.
3 The Store of Quality
By Timely Use of Lydia E.
Here is her own statement. i
Cary, Maine. " I feci it a duty I owe .
to all suiTt-ring women to tell what '
l ydia E. Pmkham s
pound did for me.
( )ne year ago I found
myself a terrible suf
ferer. I had pains
in both sides and
such a soreness I
straighten up at!
times. My baciti
ached, I had no ap-'
' petite and was so '
r.ervoua I could not sleep, then I would
be so tired mornings that I could scs.rctly
ftt around. It seemed almost impossi
ble! to move or do a Lit of wtrk and I
thought I never would be any better un- j
til I submitted to an operation. I com- I
rr.enced taking Lydia E.I'inkham'a Veg- ;
ctabie Compound and soon felt like a !
new woman. I hhd no pair.s, slept well, ;
had good appetite ar.d was fat and i
cojiu co ain.oat my own work lor a
family of four. I shall always feel
that I owe my good heath to your med
icine. "Mrs. IiAYWARD bOWEita, Cary,
If you ere il! do rot drag along ur.ti!
an operation is necessary, but at once
take Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable
If von have the slightest douM
that I yli;i i;. I'mkliam's Vescta
Lle t'o-npouufi will help vnu,wrilc
toLjliu i:.Iinkhani Medioinet'o.
( conli.I eut i;il ) I,ynn, M as?., for al
ice. Your lettt-r w ill he o-nel,
read anl iiivr-I hv a wuiiiaf ,
and he 11 In strict toiitidt nc".
........ . : -
111.113 W. Second St, Dareiiport, la.
For the late Easter Stopper we are tally prepared. Every
express brings new tilings. We ve just opened several pack
ages of coats and suits wnick will he shown tomorrow for
the first time Please Note Ve will fit every garment
to you perfectly and deliver it before Easter.
Tall ored Coats at $12.50 and $13.75
All wool sorgp and diagonals, also novelty mixtures,
some trimmed in Bulgarian colors; 45 inch or full
lengths, really wonderful values, price considered. M
Snappy Suits and Coats at $15
Man tailored, pure wool materials, even at this modest
sum; all new nobby styles. They have the appearance
of garmfiits worth double the price.
A. Special offering of suits at $19.75
"We've taken special care to show the best made at this
price; in many instances the identical garments are
shown in other cities at $25.
At $25 Coats and Suits Exclusive in Style
One garment of a kind shown at this price; a wonderful
variety in the wanted materials and shades.
Beautiful Models at $30, $35, $50 and up
Suits of Eponges and Poplins, three piece gowns of bro
caded charmucse and crepe de meteour. Coats of mis.
teral, mattellasse, eponge, and silk faille.
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Chiffon Waists at $3.98
New i-ulr.rs in pretty, styles, high or
low neck, all arc "ilk lined, well made
and will wear: thev are made to retail
at $5; as a leader we
offer them at
Pretty Silk Waists at $5.95
The newest shades, Nell Ruse. 1'iench
Blue, Maize, Taupe, Cafe An Lait and
a host of others, low or high neck mod
els. The best waist made
for 7.50; we offer them at . .
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