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I'llh BKK. OMM1A. KHXl SD V. lT.BKrRY 1n.
COUNT THIRD WARD YOTES reapportionment plan 'SENATORIAL FUNCTION HELD
TO GERRYMANDER STATE ummiumnu ummun nauu
Contest Committee of'Ccnatc Decides
to Take Matter Up. j
PANCOAST GAINS EIGHTY-TWO j
JmmmiihI I'rri'l iil lt'onnt Mmwn t lio
Cm- lllnlli.n Itunril lllil .Not l.lxr
XriMiriitr llrtiirn if tin-
nlr ila Cnt.
rio, yt.,ff"rononomtrn j Wives of Senators Hoaglnml and
Lincoln. Kou. i -(.'jwibi TrivRram.t; "ins .nicriam ru Attcrnoon lea.
A dr-tnocnitlc ri'nuixjrtlonmciit tilll with
teptlblicHti Mippott Is licliiR prrpmrd for
Inttodttctton In the liimsc nml possibly In
TWO REQUISITIONS GRANTED
t lie senate.
I I. .,...,. .1.1- 1. ..Ill
k iMuiiiumii mil . p.,,.,.,., .. :Pni,i,' r.. II r
miner me measure in ine upper nouse. j
The Identltly of the house member 1ms
t Onmlm ..tut examine tthHm. The iw.lf "V u,' rMXC' N'"MCC i hw res,,,wl ihp Clt wr " "" w,r" U
in count ot th cballots showed Ihnt nm1 ""lolt of the T litrtl. I The speelnl guests were M-s. John II
.,..,,Hs, i,.i iv...l m .tmlcht rrmih. - T"P Klfth Io,e" 1'erklns. Chase. Hayes. lAloroheml ami ..Irs. Clu-str, II AUlrlcli.
tlYum h Staff Correspondent, i
LINCOLN. 1'el). l.-tSpecial TeleRrain.)
The speciul eonimltteo selected ! the
senate to heHf tthe ovldenee In the l'nn-eoast-OrosBinun
contest from IxuixIhk
iount, after vouslderablo discussion, ile
clii.il to open th ballots "ot the second
piccluct or th pTIi It'll ward of Umala aim
eMtmlttp them. The result of u count of
the second pieeltict of th eThiid 'vai'J
I'aiu'oast had received R) straight rrpub
llcati ovtes and 41 progressive ovtes, k'v
iiifi him 100. a gain of X! votes over th--intuit
Riven him by the election board if
that precinct. The same, count showed
that Senator OoJsc who was given six
otes by the election board, received tlm
Mine number uh Pancoast In the count
today and Senator Saunders, who wea
siven cloven ovtes by tho election board,
received also the same number.
(taunty Clerk Dewey of Douglas cutml.
testified that tho ballots In tho condition
II py were shown today were the Mtn- as
".'bet they wcrb received by him when
di.llU'fed at his office the mcmlnc i'fti.r
election, tho seals being tho na.nn as wcio
"placed on the packages by liltit.iclf or his
Tho eertlfleil copies of the name:) us
thuy appeared In the registVy list at the
end of the poll book ran 'n a islmllar
way which wan the causo of the first
suspicion that there was sum?', litur wront;
with the count. The Investigation will
continue tomorrow with a conmW- cou-.t
of tho precinct. Tho election of II. era ot
Iho disputed prrrlnct were Joioph ll.mlis,
John Heeves aild Louis Kaplln. infers,
nnd J. Silk and Fred Williams, cleritd.
GRAND ISLAND TRAINMEN
CENSURE COMMERCIAL CLUB
SrtANU ISLAND. Neb.. Feb. 4.-8pe-
ml Tetegram.) The local lodge ot the
Brotherhood of Hallway Trainmen has
passed a resolution condemning tho action
of the Commercial club In passing ad
versely on their fifty-car length bill, and
also epnsured L. M. Talmagc. of tho
First National bank, for Introducing the
lesoliition. Tlio lodge appointed a com
mittee to Inves'tiKato co-operative stores
and draw plans for the establishment of
NORTH LOUP MAN NAMED
, (l''inn a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. Foli. 4.-(Secial.)-Georgo
Major of North Loup was appointed
deputy oil Inspector by Governor arorc
not been disclosed.
The proposed bill puts Congressman Dan
Stephens, S. It. Hat ton and Charles Sloan
all In one district, the Fourth. The Flrit
takes over Gage and the Second remains
Under the bill as prepared Uio Third
district loses Dodge. Colfux, Merrick nnd
Nance counties and gains Holt
Garfield. Wheeler and Greeley.
Mnltli rur l'oruer it t IVnrln nml
I'ntej fur tint nil l.nreenj
i From a Staff Corrcspomli'tit i
LINCOLN, Feb. -tSK-elnl. i-The Hist
senatorial function of the present session
was inaugurated when Mrs Senator
Iloagland of North Platte and Mrs. Sena-
Bod, i tor Ollls of Valley, tendered an afternno'i
lea at the home of the former In Lincoln
You Can't' Eat
You'll Never llnvo Stomach Trouble
A Her Vott Itcntl Tills, and Act on
It. Stuart's Dyspepsia. Tablets
Arw (Jic Open Secret.
Tlinusiuuls of people v.'bo hadn't really
i'iued a meal for years have given
tlieii stomach a new lecso of llfo through
In- wonder-workers. Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets. They promptly put an end to
flatulency, heartburn dizziness, sick
hiadaelic, dyspepsia, burning sensation,
brash fermentation nnO the other ills at
tendant uion a disordered stomach.
The Stomach Bands a Messag-s to tht
Brain tha Instant Thsra is Troubla.
in this day nnd ago of known facts,
there Is absolutely no excuse for anyone
to suffer with stomach trouble. Indiges
tion, sour risings, catarrh ot the stom
ach, gas formations, cu-.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are com
posed of known and approved dtgestant.i
that help out the gastric Juices of thr
stomach. They are Nature's digestive,
i he same kind the stomach uses when
it is in good health.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets do not
merely aid digestion tliey actually dl
.st the food themselves. Alt the harj
work la thus taken off tlio stomach and
it gets a chance to reat and recuperate.
The undigested fooil which formerly pro
(l. iced nauseating gases In the stomach
lire-line thoroughly digested and as n
m salt ptuvldcs new brain and brawn and
in rvc cells to replace natural waste al
nas going on.
Stuai t's Dyspepsia Tablets act miickl)
safely and naturally, just like Nature
herself. They are a familiar and stand
ei'tt pait of the stock of overy properly
equipped drug store, and ale sold at
yte a box.
Those who once try Stuart's Dyspep
sia Tablets arc never at a loss to know
luw to oven'u.iie any form of indlges.
il.fi .jv noinach trouble.
J jit a little care and small expense,
that's alL Isn't a head of rich,
heavy hair worth while?
Ask our Doctor. un.u'"u:
The Iourth loses Mllmore, Saline, Jef. to which nil the wives ol the senators
ferson nnd Thayer and gains Hall of the were Invited with wlxes of e-setmtor.
Dundy and Hitchcock counties and gains
Fillmore, Saline, Thayer nnd Jefferson of
the Fourth district.
The Sixth district loses Holt, Garfield.
Wheeler, Gteeley nnd Hoyd and gels
Perkins. Chnse. Hayes, Dundy and Hlteli
cock of the Fifth district.
MAN WHO MARRIED
GIRL COUSIN ACQUITTED
AirnCRN. Neb.. Feb. 4.-(Rpocial-The
Jury returned a verdict of not guilty
In the case of the state, against Alfred
Uohltng. who was charged with halug
committed a statutory offense In Apt II,
1911, against his cousin, Dnllie I laser of
Stella, who would not be 14 years of age
until the following November. In Decem
ber of 1911. Holding was tried In the
district court at Auburn, and was
sentenced to six years in the pcnltentlarj .
After serving seven months he was given
a new trial. There were several chatges
against Holding. One was that In May,
1911, In company with Dollle Hager, he
left Stella to visit his mother in Kansas
City. They stopped for a day at Atchln
son where they were married, lie was
charged of "perjury as to her age, and
also of an Illegal marriage owing to tho
rtlndeii School Note.
BLADEN, Neb.. Feb. 4-(Speclal.) Super
intendent W. S. Delzell. who was unanl
moUflly elected to succeed himself u
superintendent of the Rladen schools the
coming year, has handed In his resigna
tion, as he expects to take a course In
law at the t'nlverslty of Nebraska at tho
close of the school year. The schoois
under the able management of Delzell
have made rapid progress the last two
Chancellor Fullmer of Nebraska YVes-
leyan has been secured to deliver the
commencement address for the Bladen
High school on May 15. There will be
nlno graduates this year.
JVcrrn Xnln of Alliance.
ALLIANCE, Neb., Feb. . (Special.)
Local talent tinder the direction ot
Francis J. Dowllng will present "We Are
King" at tho Phelan opera Iiouba next
Tuesday evening for the benefit of St.
The body of William Grew, who died
suddenly, was sent to Manchester, NjUt,
for burial today. Mrs. Grew und child ac
Lntcn regulations wero announced in
tho ehurelips Sunday, and a danco given
by tlio Social club of Alliance In tho
opera house .Monday night will probably
be the last of Its kind until after KaMer.
Xr-vrn Notes of Wnnm,
WAUSA, Neb., Feb. 4.-(Speclal.)-There
Is such a fccarcity of houses in Wausa
that from present indications March 1
will Bee half' a dozen families left out
In the cold figuratively speaking. Farm
ers are buying residences and moving in
and every deal of this kind means one
more renter In -search of a domicile. Aei
Two requisitions were granted thK
morning by Governor Moreheail Th
first wnso for C. 11. Smith wanted ,it
I'eoila. 111., for forget. llo Is bring
held at Ulalr by the sheriff of the coniit
The second was for William Piucn
charged with grand larcen. A requisi
tion wan asked for him from the giueiiuir
of Kansas, the sheriff at Wichita having
him In custudx. The crime was com
mltted In llulfnlo eoiint
PART OF CITY BURNS
(Continued fioni Page one i
Turkish oi iuels cone ntrutrdnt those
It Is possible the allies ma attack one
or both of these position". If they could
clear Galllpoll of Turkish troops and at- i
tack the Dardanelles strait, this would
give free passage to the Greek fleet,
which then would be able to render some
assistance at Tchaltja. On the other i
hund the winter season Is so unfavorable
for orfenslvo operations that tho allies
may decide to let (he Turks make tho
first move fioni Telialtja.
The Ottoman nrtny at Tchallia has
greatly Improved during the niinlstlee
The soldiers are better aimed than they
were, sickness among llieni has dimin
ished, supplies have been In ought up In
great iiuiintltles nnd fr-. li troop now
man the string of poweiful forts.
Shukrl Pusna, the Turkish commander
who Is defending Adiinuoplc, has declared
that ho will not surrender the fortress,
until tho last of his soldiers Is disabled
While there have been some ileseitlons
from tho ranks of the garrison, these
have been chiefly Christian soldiers ser
lug with Turkish regiments. Shukrl
Pasha still has some 40,000 men. n number
which Is considered unite sufficient to
man the forts and hold ut bay tho much
greater besieging force.
Lapp flirt a.ii SsiIp
Promptly at 8 O'clock
Y open our doors to OninliaV Inquest Luce Curiam Unrijiiiii KwmiI. Wo issued a now Wholesale Cataloguo
January, 1!M.', and found wt had a quantity of patterns of I .are Curtains left over from last season's catalogue in
some instances as many as .'!(! pair of a pattern. Those we have assembled for a groat Special Sale. Wednesday you
will he able to buy curtains at prices rarel, if ever before, tpiototl for fresh new Fall patterns. This sale should ap
peal to hotel ami hoarding house people who would want a quantity of a pattern as well as to those who requiro only
one pair. We have also added to this sale all odd pairs and curtain corners from our retail stock. Included in Ibis
sale will be fancy nets, couclf covers anil lace bed sets at big reductions.
The greater part of our main flour will he devoted to I his sale and uxlrn salespeople will be hero to promptly anil
carefully look after your wants. Wednesday morning at S o'eloek.
Quantity: From ' to
7.1 pairs .American Lace Curtains $1.00 5j .79 Pair
J00 pairs Clunys, Arabians, Filet Xets and Uattenberg 2.00 $1.59 Pair
1 7." pairs Cluuys, Arabians, Filet Nets and Hattonberg , 2.00 1.95 Pair
TJ.") pairs Clunys, Arabians, Filet Nets anil Battenberg 3.00 15.49 Pair
1 15 pairs Clunys. Arabians. Filet Nets and Hattonberg 3.00 13.98 Pair
l.'iO pairs Cluuys, Arabians, Filet Nets and Haltenberg 0.00 1.I9 Pair
Jo3 pairs Clunys, Arabians, Filet Nets and liattenborg , ; ... ...i-.,. 0.00 3.89 Pair
BONNE FEMME: One curtain used io a window, mounted on heavy citblo not, ooi'U: Marked Down
Quantity From to
SO, .".(J inch wide Bonne Fonuno Curlaiu $ 4.00 $3.39 Each
:m, ;o inch wide Bonne Fcnime Curlaiu G.OO 3.98 Each
1!. (in inch wide Bonne Fonnue Curiain 10.00 7.95 Each
oil inch Kcru ami White Fancy Net , v . '.30 1 .19 Yard
,"() inch Font only, Fancy Nel 5 i . i. ., .00 ' .25 Yard
Til) inch Fern and White Fancy Nel v .,.".. .GO '.49 Yard
COUCH COVERS: 1
Quantity ' ' ,
,")() Counch Covers, novelty stripes, 50 inches wide,' . 1.70 .98 Each
."jO Couch Covers, novelty stripes, (50 inches wide ,.,.S) 2.20 1.39 Each
.'MlCoueh Coxers, very heavy tapestry, (j() inches wide ..r . . 3.G0 1.59 Each
125 Couch Covers, oriental patterns, (50 inches wide ' 3.00 15. 50 Each
LACE BED SETS:
100 White Lace Bod Sets, with shams to match, filet pattern ' 0.00 12.89 Each
niiOOdd Curtain Corners '. 29c, 39c and 49 V Each
OTHER SPLENDID BARGAINS NOT MENTIONED. YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS THIS SALE.
Orchard & Wilhelm (Earpet (Eosnpany
BEACH ASSAULT TRIAL BEGINS
(Continued frqm Page One.)
many of them are In business or holdim?
good Jobs, they can't afford to leave
town and the outeomo promises a ratner
William Munson, a young farmer of this
vicinity, suffered a broken arm yester
day, while driving' a fractious cow.
Clark 'I'nlifi Chnmr nt Kenrney.
KUARNKY, Nob., Feb. 4tSpecial.) U.
V Clark, tho newly appointed State In
dustrial school superintendent, who was
to" succeed C- n. Manuel, formally took
charge of that institution Saturday. No
changes li officers aro to be made until
Mr. Clark deems them necessary. Ono
recommendation has been sent to tho gov
ernor for ratification and that Is the namo
of Dr. C. I ' Bennett for school health
Krnrnry Couple Mnrrleil at Norfolk.
KUARNKY, Neb., Feb. .-lSneclal i -
Sunday at Norfolk, Neb., the weddlntr .-.f
James R. Chase, the son of 'a prominent
clothier, V. C. Chase, and Miss Manrarot
C Stetter occurred. Hotlt of the young
people are well known In Kearney,' Jlr
Chase being employed in his father's
store and Miss Stetter havlnc tanc'it
school in this city. They returned to
Kearney Sunday and will make th. ir
home at this place.
Mud lion .nt.a,
MADISON, Feb. 4.-(Spec!al.)-I.ate but
night Owen Wells, furniture dealer,
slipped and fell on the sidewalk at his
home resulting in a command fi-nr-inr,.
of the bone below the knee.
Judge McDuffee today Issued
license to August Rayskosky and Miss
Elizabeth Galpln, both of Madison.
testified that ulio as In Imt lied In the
front room of her home, which Is directly
across the street from tho assault scene.
when she heard two screams. She went
to the open windpws und tried to local."
the source of tlio fcrcnmx.
Seeing no one hIic returned to bed, iim.1
in a. few minutes she heard two inoiv
screams. This tliuo she .saw n man come
down the street from tlm direction of the
Ueach home. When she shouted to 11 1 ill
to utop thnt noise or she would call the
police she said tlm until bloke Into a run.
"You had better run and run fast,'' was
her parting shot ut tho retreajlng figure.
Miss Wyman could not say wlietlier Uio
man was white or black. She said lh
suit he wore "was not real light or real
After .Miss Wyman' returned to lied
again she Mild she heard a third series -if
wcicani from tho dlrciilou of the lleacn
Dr. Hastings Wymti, the girl's fath -r,
was the first witness. lie testified that
he was in ills library reading when ne
heaid two series of sciejiniH across th
street, lie did not bear the third screams
referred to by his daughter.
Mory i'ulil hy lli-m-li.
Dr. Wjman said that nfter he Hal
hoard the screams he and his son. it
Marlon Walker, rushed over to the Hea'-i
homo and were admitted In IJeacli to i:
room In which Mrs. lleueh waK lying on
!tbe sofa with blood streaming from lu-r
' Hench told lilin that his wife had la-en
1 ; tabbed by it negro who attacked lm
when she took IiVt dogs out for nil ailing!
' On cross-examination Dr. Wjuiiui aunl
I the attitude of Hench and his wife I i-
Iwnnl each other could not bo riywdcd
u hostile. 0 s
Dr. .Marlon Wyman testified that lie
heard three distinct sots of screams from
the viclnlt.v of the lieach home and th'ii
a knock on a door followed by the Humid
ot a voice commanding: "lt me in, this
Kxamlucd clorfely on this point, tho wit
ness said that he asked Uracil next day
about the knock on the door and that
Hench had explained to him that after
carrying his wife Into the house ho li.id
secured his revplver and had gone out
tilde again In search of the assailant.
M'FARLAND BILL AIMED AT
JURY SYSTEMJS DEFEATED
PIHItRi:. S. D.. Feb. f. (Special Tele
gram.) The .MeFarland bill which would
allow a judge to ruler Judgment tu cer
tain cases regal dlesH of the Jury ver
dict, was defeated in the house yesterday
after a tilt In which Mcl-'arland and Hilc
on the ono side, and I'l'dalil and Moiguu
opposed. I'l'dalil taking the position that
most Judges and laWM-rs do not look with
favor upon the Jury syHtem, und ll tin
house wanted to kill that Hst.wn they
should como out in tlm open and do it
direct without attempting to undermine
It with such a bill as the one proposed.
Seats Drop Fifty
Millions in Value
NKW VOItK, Feb. 4. -A decline of more
Until $.v.0W.W In (he aggregate market
aluo of tho scuts on the New York
Stock exchange Is one iiirasuic of the
depths of Wall sti eel's gloom. The latest
value of a neat wuh iiiiuIo for IK,0no.
which Is precisely one-hiilf of the high
ireord leached tu linn. On the assump
tion that JIR.Ot) icpi-escntH tho present
inaikebiblr value of a seat the total
shrinkage, on impcr, nt leant, of l.SW
HentH on the stock exchange, JS'.'.ROO.OnO.
Dust November a seat was sold for
JWTJfcn. tin the same basis, the decline In
about tin re months is VZ,UAM). Neither
during the panic of 1X7 nor during tho
"rich nmn'H panic" of ItlOS did the price
fall so low, SI,M) having been tho low
level at both these periods.
Dwindling business Is the explanation
of the disiluo In seat prices. The In
trinsic value of a seal represents but a
small portion of. Its pi Ice. The huge
gray stouo palace which Is tlio homo of
tlm slock exchnngo nnd the land on
which It stands am assessed at t5,:0,0iio,
which represents nn equity for each mem
ber of less than IC.iion. Thero is also a
uialultv of Jio.io) which Is paid to the
family ot a. member who dies.
Mole than this, the value of a seat
consists merely in "good will" or tho
privilege of trading on the exchange and
Iho lacltltles offered to trailers. Wall
street luia had three lean year in tho
htlBlne.sH of buying und selling stocks und
bonds ItuslnesH last year averaged less
than .V,ft)0 h'iijiph of slock it day, u linens
In IWCi tho aieiago was Ihk),(kV1 Willi the
I'lnntint of trading falling off, and tho
total of comiulHsloiiH shrinking, propor
tionately,, tho slump In Iho" price of seats
bus been a liatuial seipience.
thiough tho flic but their efforts wcro
trulttcsd, NrlghborH camo to their uh
j MMajicu. but weio uiiublc to check tin
lire, whlih completely destroyed tin
! building. Several hours afterward tha
, baby died from his Injuiic. It Is be-
lleved thai Mr. and Mrs. Ilnitung, al
though, seveiely burned, will reroVer.
Children Die in
Fire, Parents Are
CODY, Wyo , Feb. 4.-lSpecal.) WomI
has been received here thut Albert .1.
Hurtling and his wife wero soverelv In
jured and their two small children liuri'i.i
to death In the recent flrn which de
stroyed tho llartung ranch houso at
South Fork. Hurtling had gone to his
work and his wiro was In a envo some
dlslauco fiom home, which was used 'is
a cellar. , While absent nbe left tho chil
dren, a girl aged :l and a young baby,
alone in the house. When she returned
she found the dwelling In flames. She
hud left the baby tu his high chair, and
rushing through the smoke and firo sh i
can-led lit tu outside. Rcluiiilug, she
searched the houso for the little girl,
hut could not find her. Hy this time .Mr.
Ilnttung arrived. He kicked In u wlndo v
and Jollied In the search. Tho parents
thought that perhaps the child had hid
under a bed. They fought their waj
Key to tho Hltuatlon-lJce Advettlslnsr.
Homely and Aged Faces
Now Easily Beautified
(Aunt Sally in Women's Realm.)
1 have seen the plainest woman made
heautllul und Hie complexions of good
looking women ImprovedI've seen oldish
faces made young mid pretty, blemlshetl
and weather-beaten facea made spotless,
white and satiny ju less than two weeks,
by a very simple und harmless process
that acts Almost llko a miracle. This is
all them is to It: Ordinary niercollzoil
wax, procurable ut any drug store (one
ounce will dN. Is applied nightly like
eoiil cream and washed off mornings,
'i ll n gradually perls off the llfelesa ixir
tloles of Hiirfuco skin, permitting the
undei lying skin to show Itself Thr nower
froHher skin, when wholly In evidence
fornis a complexion which for beauty and
youtlifulnesH Is liicompiuublo with oiu
produced by other menus. A complexion
bb nntural. so free, from artificiality, no
one giieshes tho secret of Its acquirement
ion II not regret trying tills reully mnr
VoIoiih tl eiitmeut.
ICqiinlly wonderful Is tho famous saxo
llto formula for removing wrinkles, One
ounce pow'deiud saxollto is dissolved In a
half pint witch hazel. Hathing the fucn
In this Immediately eniHCH the liner linen
Oradualh oven the deeper furrows and
crow h feet vanish completely Advertisement.
PACKET SINKS IN THE
OHIO NEAR GALLIP0LIS
GAI.I.1PODIS. O., Feb. 4,-Rammlng its
bow Into Bear Trap pier In tho darcneBs
oarly today, the packet, steamer. .City of
Parkersburg, sank In deep water in tho
Ohio river. Fifteen panic stricken pas
sengers and members of'the crew man
aged to get to shore and kept from freez
ing by flies built of driftwood.
The boat, which Is owned by the Pitts
burgh and Cincinnati Packet cotnpany.
valued at Wu.000, had a capacity care.
Hotli boat and cargo probably will 1.6 a
The steamer Greenland struck the same
pier, but managed to keep afloat, and
was put In dry dock at Point Pleasant.
Ileutrli-r llmvlrr Makes lllltb hcorr.
HBATRICK. NVb.. F40. 4 - (Sp,--11
John McKcrnan Monday uroke all .-. 1 -ui
In bowling In this city ivli n n,- i.'i..j .1
IK-rfect score oi.SW. Ilu rolled twel. - e. n
vccutlve strikes, displacing I'd; I W'a lu'
, leader In the city leagn '.
' 1'ei-tWnt Advertising Is t.. 11 ad
At a Tremendous Sacrifice from the Regular Price
N OPPORTUNE SALE just aMhc time you need them-most, we offer you this great saving opportunity. There
is no need ot lengthy argument, the comparative and sale prices tell the great bargain story. Ihese for an example
of what to expect.
98c COTTON BLANKETS, GGo
Cotton Blankets size 04
98c COTTON BLAN7LETS, 33c
si?e, in grey with fancy
border, regular price 4!)c,
the special Wednesday,
.74 inches, grey with
I'ancy border, regular
price !)8e, sale price, Wed
nesday, per pair
$1.75 COTTON BLANKETS, $1.19
Cotton .Blankets, size 1 1-4, fancy and good
weight, regular price is $1.7'), special for
Wednesday, pair, $1.19.
$1.50 COTTON BLANKETS, 99c
Cotton blankets, 11-4
size, in fancy plaids and
stripes, regular price
$1.50, sale price Wedties
day, per pair
m m m mis
Wool BLANKETS, $3.88
All wool blankets, size 11-4. rod
with black iiorderB.
fancy plaids, values.
$5 and 0 Wedr.csda,
COMFORTERS at $1.29
Full bod slzo comforters, a popu
lar Heller at $' and f
??.25. marked spe- Jfe D
t tally for WeJncsJay al '
$1.25 COMFORTER. 66c
Full bed-size Comforter, a
.!.'.) value, p
extra special, w
s to 1 onl .
$3.50 WOOL BLANKETS, $2.66 ,
Wool Blankets, size 11-4, in fancy plaids, $
good and warm, regular .$3.00 values,
Wfilnosdiiv. miir- at
$2.50 COMFORTER, $1.66 COMFORTERS at $2.66
Comforters, filled wth good down i Large slzo comforters, fluffy
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