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WINTER CONDITIONS IDE
WORST 111 D, U, R, HISTORY
Not in Quarter-Century Has
Company Had Such Battle
With the Elements
« When the backbone of winter la
broken there will bo rejoicing in
plenty in the operating department
of the D. U. K., judging by retnarka of
The ataff, from General Superintend
ent Sullen down the line, and iuclm>
ing the motormen and conductors.
This haa been the worst winter in
the memory of the oldest motormen
on the lines, and that means going
back nearly a quarter of a century.
"I’ve been with the company some
years now," said Mr. Bullen. "Hack
in the horse-< ar days I was a driver,
and in all this period I have never
ween conditions so bad as this season.
We have had six weeks without a
break in the cold, with Just enough
snow almost every day to hamper
travel. The snow gets in the grooves
of the rail, making It almost Impos
sible for cars to start, and when they
are started making It almost Impos
sible to atop them with any degree of
accuracy. t The snow, because o( the
extreme cold, has not packed in the
streets, with the result that heavy
laden trucks have been obliged to
keep right on bur tracks. Just look
as these records.” And Mr. Bulten
turned over several pages of the book
wherein the division superintendents
make dally reports on the condition of
serrloe. The reports were a tale of
woe with such statements as "wagon
broke down, service delayed 20 min
utes,” wagon stuck In the track, de
ls v 10 minutes,” "struck a coal
wagon,” etc,
, r,, e are hardly making a trip on
schedule time,” continued Mr. Bullen.
"due to the occupation of Jbo tracks
by vehicles which refuse to turn out
until the lust moment and then only
after the most vigorous use of the
gongs. The result of all this Is that
cart become badly bunched. We keep
turning them short of the regular
run In order to take care of the pas
sengers at the other end of the line
and get them back on schedule, only
'to have tho schedule shattered the
very next trip."
JUDSON BRADWAY HEADS
REAL ESTATE HOARD
The Detroit Real Estate board held
Its annual meeting In the Hotel
Cadillac, Thursday night, reviewing
In the reports of the officers the pros
perity nnd progress of the board for
1911. Judson Bradway wag elected
president, being promoted from the
vice-presidency. E. C. Van Husan
avas elected vice-president, and H. O.
Worner, secretary, to succeed C. F.
Heyerman. George T. Bader was
re-elected treasurer for a third term.
A sliver tea service was presented
to the retiring president, W C. Wool
ley, the presentation speech being
made by W. W. Smith. C. F. Heyer
• man, the retiring secretary, was pre
sented with a pair of gold cuff links
and 3 stick pin.
The reports of the officers and com
mittce* showed the board in a flour
ishing condition. Tho most Important
work of the year was the successful
effort to secure the repeal of the
mortgage tax law and the passage of
he present law requiring a recording
fee only. The report of Treasurer
Bader showed $2,265.75 on hand, the
largest amount ever reported In an
Hnnunl meeting. The report of the
franchise committee, like the fran
h!se whirh-tr wras organtyetTTo sup
port, was hastily buried
A committee was authorised to rep
resent the board before the estima
tors in the consideration of the an
nual tax budget.
ACCIDENT VICTIM
IS AWARDED $25,000
A verdict for $25,000, the larges’
ever awarded In a personal Injury
suit In the history of the. Wayne clr
ult court was returned, Thursday
afternoon, In favor of the plaintiff in
the case of John Johnson against the
Michigan Central railroad. The trial
Pad been In progress for three weeks
in Judge Mandeb's court. Johnson
was an employe of the company, and
was crushed between two cars in such
H way that both legs were injured.
< rippling him for life. Johnson was
icpresented in court by Attorney Ed
win Henderson.
AMUSEMENTS.
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bAnnlliN - m«m«. *««t. m«i.. mmi so
% Dramatisation of Lnnlaa M. Alcott'a
UTILE WOMEin
«*A Tltll'MlMl.”
»l IKK. A RRI XIO'V »K 01.11 FRIF.^DS”
8( SPECIAL REQUEST—cXfH*
FRIDAY MAT. i3
NEXT WEAK :E£Z?*S. ow
1I IK (iKM OF AII \IK > \ERE OPKRAA
The Kiss Waltz
TO—COM PA 51V OK 70—-MOSTLY GIRLS
IVt P.V EARL W. MORSE
tmrrli'Hn ••( ourl Vlollnlat**—fteata Vow.
Detroit -
Weaara. Wood", Fr»«ff Jk Ledaeer are
■rnt 1.1 VA AH tHHANK.I.I. In
MADAME *»H E R Y
Ulth Kll«aheth Murray, Otorif A.
•irklllrr. Jock Garilner sail Ignacio
Morilnclll and original pmdnrllua.
M’XT WWKK. lii:(il\MM, WITH A
LINCOLN n ::[V'- MATINEE MONOAY
Mob. A We 4. MbO.—\b Mont Oyer 11.08.
JUll/N the
ci mec IN fascinating
cLIIMjc widow
SKATS NOW MULtRft,
MUYNE 6 ARDENS
ROLLER RINK
I argMl and Flaeat la the VVrat
g Session* dolly—lo to 12; 2 to 6, 7:50
to 10:30.
THK FAMOUS
Tonswanda ban I Orgin
Morning **a*lon» *nd Instruction* for
beginners free Efficient Instructor*
r*>n |>Uniont ary dunce eeerv evening in
♦ h»- grand hall room for rink patron*
1 Straub Sisters* Orchestra
J 11. Hayes. Prop P Q Jama* Mgr.
THE HUDSON STOKE
Richness in the Style and Texture
Characterize These New Laces
Dainty, new laces are coming in these days by nearly every express and
freight. Exquisite new shadow effects in flouncings, bands and all overs are
taken from their soft w'rappings and ranged in magnificent array with Irish
laces and linen cluny laces. Cotton laces of all kinds, new’ Valenciennes
seta, new Venlae seta, new bandings in light and heavy effects In black,
white and ecru, all here In greatest variety of patterns and finest qualities,
all at the most moderate prices.
Ground Floor—Main Store.
Dainty Silk Petticoats, $2.69
Every woman likes plenty of silk petti
coats. Here ire sLannlax ones la leyeral
styles at prices which make them most de
sirable purchases. There are changeable
skirts, aa well as those In black, gray, navy,
green, brown, tan and Copenhagen blue.
Some have pin-tucked flounces, some ac
cordeon-pleated flounces, some combine
both of these. All have draw'-strlng top and
near-ailk under-ruffle. Welcome value at
$2.69.
Charming Bathrobes
At $3.98
You can And a place for a pretty, dainty
bathrobe, can’t you? Some here you should
not overlook —especially at the present
prices.
There Is a square-neck, long-sleeve style, satin-trimmed. Thiß is in
red, gray and white. Or an Empire seml-fltted back, kimono sleeve, full
satin-trimmed, or a robe with Bailor collar, long sleeve with cuff. This
Is a bordered design with silk frogs, satin buttons and silk cord. Or one
in gray and blue with a large sailor collar and full satin trimming. Choose
any of these good $5 robes now at $3.98.
Fourtli Floor—Main Store.
Cutting Winds —New Face Veilings
.'
Then we have Chiffon Cloth Veils with a two-inch hemstitch, 36x72
inches, which is of special quality and specially priced at $1.60.
Ground Floor —Main Stora.
Spring Bar Pins* 25c
Jewelry styles are ever changing. So women are coming more and
more to buy neut, inexpensive bar pins, for instance, instead of those
which cost many times as much—and go out of style just as soon. HeTe
are new shapes, plain and irregular. . cry refined, finished pins in green,
gold and cream. So dainty and delicate that it. is difficult Indeed to
distinguish these pins from $1 ones. Specially attractive at 25c.
Newest Mesh Bags
These Mesh Hags have enjoyed so Urge a measure of appreciation
that It has been difficult to keep a sufficient stock of them. There Tfc a
pierced and edged frame, six inches lonj. Six-inch depth, unlined, fine
quality mesh, ball-trimmed. No wonder tney are liked so. (ircat value
at $2.98.
In bags of Higher grade, there is fine choosing for you. For example,
n dainty *ix-lm h hag of fiuer inesh witn pierced und etched frame in
several styles. This has pretty peur-shaped drops. Ybii have sech them
marked $6.50, doubtless. We buy so many that you cgn save the differ
ence and pay here but $5.
At this same price, there is a bag of Halley mesh, a patented, un
breakable quality. Same size with hall drops. Unusually good values,
both of these, ut $5.
New Cuff Links, 25c
Here are links of all sorts for men, women and children. There are
any number of new effects, duplicates of solid gold buttons In plain and
chased styles. The gold plate wears so well tha L we stand behind It. 50c
vaiye, every pair of them, 25c.
Ground Floor—Main Store.
Imported Chiffons and Marquisettes
Get Lower Price Marks
Our entlrt* stock of beautiful Imported Chiltons and Marquisettes has
been reduced for a quick response that should reduce our stock at once.
Flower effects, borders and stripes all included. The regular prices of these
will range from $1.50 to $6.50, but they are all reduced and arranged in sale
lots at the following prices: 75c, sl, $1.50 to $2.50.
«Irmmd Floor—M*ln Store
AMUSEMENTS.
• _ ‘tolltf \RnilfVlllf
Pally at Riiaa anH.
ITk# Happy Tramp
NAT M. WILLS
FAIL DICK ICY A (O, la ~TBK
(iiMK-HACK." Lag'll* Tltcomb;
Henry Cllvd; Chlnko, Flying Mar*
Una. .1 Vagrants; Handers A
ll«a. Mooreoaeep*.
Girls’ Wash Dresses for
Spring
Just arrived hundreds of new waaft dresses for
girls In all sizes from 6 to 14 years.
There Is a multitude of styles to choose from and
all are made of nice materials such as percales,
cambrics, chambrays and ginghams, all new spriug
patterns. Low necks with several styles of sleeves.
These are delightfully refreshing and splendid values
at. each, $1 to $5.
The Last of These Girls’
Coat Bargains
Winter styles but splendid materials, colors
and mixtures. The saving is so great it will
pay to buy for even next winter.
$12.50 and sls Coats $lO
$lO Coats $7.50
$7.50 and $6 Coats $4.95
v
Third Floor —Main Store.
How delightful it is to know that one’s face
and hair are well protected during these windy,
blustry days. Veilings it would seem have
never been quite so pretty and neat as those
for the present and coming seasons.
New Shetland Voillngs In black and white.
New Mesh Veilings in black and colors at,
per yard, 25c to $1.25.
New qualities ami styles In Chiffon Veilings
at 50c the yard.
These may be had in made veils or by the
yard.
We show a special Chiffon Veil with satin
border, 36x72 Inches, that is as new and beau
tiful as It Is moderate In price. These are
Choice values at $2.50.
THE J. L. HUDSON COMPANY
AMUSEMENTS.
HU o MATS. DAILY, 3iSO
IYI
4f * ,W Kvm.. 7<30 end Si 1!»
Prof. Ambrosas’ Lions presenting
**Karly M«rBl«t la lb# Afrleaa Juaglea*’
Belt rah A Baltrah, 'Musical Dairy."
The Marlae Rnn4, n Muabal Surprl*#.
A—HA—BP'S PlrtorlSl Post Tsrds
• Photo Comedy n«»* via#.
King or Jestera Julia Radaaoad A Cos.
THE DETROIT TIMES: FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 1912.
THE HUDSON STOKE
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Spendid Underwear at $1.25
Three very special lots at this price. Every suit Is certainly
abundant good-mcasura-vaUK- The reason is that we are such-big
patrons of the mills. So they art anxious to serve us well by mak
ing us from time to time special concessions. You, in turn, get
these special values in accordance with the well-known Hudson
f airplay* policy.
Merino and silk and wool union nulla. The*e suits are slightly Imper
fect. Oil Htains or a drop stitch mended means a big difference In price now.
These are values to $3 per suit, for Instance. 4 nr
but you can choose any suit tomorrow at
A mill close-out of silk and cotton union suits in one and one stitch.
These are all first quality garments. •$
$2 values, at....
Silk and cotton I'nlon Suits in tuck stitch. There are slight imperfec
tions in these which do not affect the wearing qualitiss e
a bit. The price, though, is changed from $2 to
Fleeced cotton union milts, good
weight. $1 garments i 7C
Cotton vests, pants and tights we have sold for 60c 'V
in regular and 65c In extra sizes. Now marked, any size. *)*)C
Cotton union suits, the imperfect garments of one of our best sellers.
SI.OO for regular size and $J.25 for extra size are the usual fQ
prices. Thiß one lot only will be quickly sold at .J/C
Ground Floor—Main Store.
Detroit Opera Hoire, Week of Feb 12 to 17th
38-INCH WAIST IN 23-INCH CORSET
GREAT IMPERSONATOR OF BEAUTIFUL WOMEN,
JULIAN ELTINGE
Star of “The Fascinating Widow”
At the Opera House All Next Week.
Wearing The Nemo Corset
Julian Eltinge attributes much of his success to the corset he w’ears.
With tho-Nemo,-Mr: Eltinge Is able to reduce a masculine •waist line
of 38 Inches to the feminine-like proportion of 23 Inches.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY OF NEMO CORSETS AT THE J. L. HUD
SON CO. VISIT DEMONSTRATION BY MISS CUNNINGHAM.
The above Is the announcement that Indicates the attraction at the
Detroit Opera House next week and in this attraction, wn are much In
terested, for Mr. Julian Eltinge, who Impersonates beautiful women,
handsomely gowned. In bis play of "The Fascinating Widow,” success
fully and comfortably succeeds In reducing a masculine waist measure
ment of 38 Inches to the feminine proportion of 23 Inches and does it
with the Nemo Corset.
This would indicate definitely that the Nemo Corset is g comfort
able corset or Mr. Eltinge could not successfully carry on his part un
less his mind was free from the tortures of the body. And this would
also go to show that the Nemo Corset will reduce au over-abundance
of tissue without discomfort and it also proved that any woman re
gardleee of her figure may have a beautiful fashionable form by wear
ing Nemo Corsets.
A Special Demonstra'ion of Nemo Corsets Now
Going On In Ojt Corset Department
And Miss Cunningham, an expert corsetlere and authority on dress
matters is here now and only too pleased to be of special assistance to
every woman w ho is anxious to know just w’hat sort of a corset to wear.
We are also making a special window display of Nemo Corsets In
which we are calling attention to the successful way in which Mr. El
tinge carries through a difficult rols by the aid of the popular satisfy
ing Nemo Corsets.
Fourth Floor—Main Store.
Novelties In Women’s Gloves
Women's 12 and 16-button washable "VELDOE” Glovea. In white only,
at, per pair, $2.50 and $3.
Women’s 1-button Washable "VELDOE” Gloves. In white only, at sl.
Women's l-clasp Outseam Btreet Gloves. Finished with plain or spear
point stitching. In black, white, gray and tan, at, per pair, sl.
Women s 2-clasp Overseam Prime Lamb Gloves. Black, white and col
ors. Per pair, sl.
Women’s 2-pearl clasp, tw’o-toned washable Imitation Doeskin Gloves.
This is a very novel idea. It will appeal to the woman who wants some
thing dainty as well as practical. In white, with natural colored lining, at,
per pair, sl.
Special sale of children's pure wool knit Gloves. Gray, red, navy and
brown. Regular 50c values at, per pair, 39c.
Ground Floor—Main Store.
Our Grand February Sale of Notions
and Dressmakers’ Supplies
Continues Saturday
HOOKS A EYES. Guaranteed
rust-proof. Regular 5c a card, at
special price, 6 carda for 15c.
Roberts* Gold Eyed NEEDLES.
Special, 2 papers for sc.
500-yard BASTING THREAD.
Special at 6 spools for 17c.
JOHN J CLARKS’ 200-yard
THREAD. Special at 21c a dozen.
COATES* or CLARKS’ MILE
END 200-yard THREAD. Special at
50c a dozen.
100 yard SEWING SILK, black
and all colors. “Belding Brand.’’
Special at 90c a dozen.
100 yard SEWING . BILK, black
and colors. Our Eagle Brand. Spe
cial ,at 45n a dozen.
FEATHBRBONE, Warren s Chi
cago Silk Grosgrain covered. Spe
cial at 95c dozen yards.
SCISSORS A SHEARS. Assort
ed lengths. Regular 35c and 60c
a pair, Special at per pair 25c.
Tubs, Pails, Boilers, Ash Cans, etc.
The sure advance in price of galvanized iron ware makes It worth
while to buy these seasonable spring noma before it comes.
Medium size tubs. 45c; large size,
SV; extra large. 65c.
10-quart Palls. 18c; 12-quart palls.
22c*. 14-quart palls. 25c.
Covered Garbage Psil. with
heavy bail, 50c, 75c. and 98c..
Ash Baskets. 50c.
Tubs of extra heavy ware. 75c,
85c. and 98c.
12-quart Palls, 25c.
AMUSEMENTS
I vncim WIGHT*. III*. «• 77.f.
LI ÜbUif* RATS. »k nad Me.
Amrrtrß'a RmT Ractag Flay
IN OLO KENTUCKY
Aa fatereattag Starr "f *6* Sautk
Dancing Contest Friday
Ve*tV» eeh—**Krery Ylaa’a Haaghtar.**
Jnh r staff aa n«*# RNM tiaat
Frlatlag Cw. II John k-ai
THE HUDSON STOKE
SAFETY PINS. Assorted slaos.
Special at 6 papers 15c.
LEAD DRESBWEIGHTB. No 1,
Nr. 2, No. 3. Special at 5c a dozen.
Lead Dressweights. No. 4, No.
5. Special at 10c a dozen.
DRESS SHIELDS. Assorted
sizes and washable. Special at 3
pairs for 25c.
24-yard TWILL TAPE. Black
and white. Special a.t 3 roll* 15c.
3-yard TWILL TAPE. Assorted
width. Special at 100 dozen.
PIN SHEETS. 80 pins on a
pnpor. Assorted black, white or
mat beads. Special at 3 papers sc.
HAIR NBTH. Made of real hair:
Large size. Assorted colors. Regu
lAr 2 for 26c. Special at 10c eaoh.
HOSE SUPPORTERS Extra
size pad. Regular 19c a pair, at
2 pairs 25c.
PrN-ON SUPPORTERS. Assort
ed lot of ladles* and children's.
Mostly white, at 8c palr^
Ground Floor—Main Rtora,
Covered Garbage Palls, 98c, $1.15,
$1.23 and $2.00.
Ash Cans. $2.60, $2.75 and $3.00.
Tin Wash Roller*. 75c.
Copper Bottom Waah Boilers. $1.15
and $1.25.
Copper Rim and Bottom Wash
Boilers. $1.75 and $1.98.
Extra heavy Copper Bottom Wash
Boilers. $1.75 and $1.98.
All Copper Wash Boilers. $2.98.
$3.25 and $3.50.
Haaement —Main Ptnre
* AMUSEMENTS. - ■
THE PASSING PARADE
JAMF.4 ROWI.AXn A FMKTTY GIRI.S
Ladle* t* S*tliff» in I nit.
N»it W>*k—S»« WflflCß Rtirleagnrn
A PAPER PIER FROM HU (TOR
THfr HUDSON STORE
20 Doz. $1 to $2 Flannel
Shirt Waist Shirts at 89c
f Hit of a purchase of 50 dozen, we have
twenty dozen left for Saturday and eveiyj
one of them will go we think, so come]
early for those you wish. Two styles in !
plain grays and tans and two effects in
stripes, soft detachable collars and French
cuffs. Regular $l to $J flannel
shirts at choice for .O/C
Third Floor.
Women’s S2O Long Black Broadcloth
Coats, Wooltex Make, for SIO.OO ;
Every woman in Detroit can use a coat like these. Always practical and
serviceable. These are of the famous Wooltex make and mada up la tha
very latest styles. Full length, made of fine black broadrlotb, body lined
with satin, some with satin or braid trimming on collar and sleerea»
others with self-collars. Buttons are used to good effect In trimming
many x>f them. Three beautiful and distinct styles, all In semi-fitting
models. Sites 14 to 38. Not a coat in the lot worth ((4 A
less than $20 —all at choice Saturday for 1 U
SPLENDID LOT OF S2O WOOLTEX MIXTURE COATS AT sl*
$25, S3O and $35 Wooltex Suits, sls
A fine assortment of late winter styles of the well-known Wooltex
Stilts, many fine colors to choose from as well as a splendid lot of mix
tures and some elegant blacks. K
Regular $25, S3O and $35 Suits, at choice for J
S2O WOOLTEX SUITS AT $lO
Women’s $25 Dresses for sls
A specially purchased lot of silk and wool Dresses in all the very
newest styles, colors and materials In trimmings. You’ll miss the most
Important drew sale of the year If you fail to look over jr
these splendid $25 Dresses Saturday, at choice for
Third Floor.
.Spring Millinery At Its Best
Fntrlmmed Hats In a variety of styles and colorings. These are de
sirable because they need very little trimming. $1.98, $2.98, $3.98 and
$5.00. '
New Spring Flowers, Roses, Buds, Daisies, Lilacs, Bluetts and foli
ages. Special at 49c.
Fancy Feathers, most of them black, Left from the past season.
Worth 98c, choice 25c.
Flower Wreaths in pink and other shades. Two splendid values at
69c and 98c.
Fourth Floor —Main Store.
Our new Pompadours and Transformations are
the actual necessities for the latest style of high
hair-dressing. Bear in mind that all our hair goods
are fine In quality, well made and guaranteed to
give you good service. DO NOT MISB THIS GREAT
OPPORTUNITY.
POMPADOURS—of the finest quality sanitary
Brittany hair, made on wire—Regular $2 values —
Special, $1.29.
Pompadours of the nnest quality, sanitary Brit
tsny hair, with dip effect—Regular $3 value, $1.89.
TRANSFORMATIONS Transformations for
around the head, of strictly sanitary Brittany hair—
regular $0 values—Special, $4.89.
Half Transformations of strictly sanitary Brit
tany hair—Regular $4 values—Special, $2.89.
B.WITCHE8 —20-lnch sanitary Brittany hair—Regular $3 values—
Special, $1.89.
24-inch sanitary Brittany hair —Regular $5 values —Special, $2.89.
26-2Mnch sanitary Brittany hair—Regular $8 values —Special, s6.Bs.
ROLLS— -All around sanitary 24-inch Hair Roll —Special, 38c.
NETB —Our renowned Tourist Nets—Special. 2 for 23c.
FINE HAIRED GRAY BWITCHES 18-lnch Switches. $1.98; 20-inch
Switches, $2.98; 24-inch Switches. $6.98.
All around Gray Transformations, $7.50.
Second Floor —Main Store.
The Best Patrons of Burt’s Shoes for
Women Are Those Who Have
Worn Them
» / a
Ever since this store has handled the Edwin C. Burt Shoes for wo
men it has had a constantly Increasing business in them, and that shows
without question that they are satisfactory. Women who have worn them
come back each succeeding season and want more, and anyone would
And It difficult to sell them any other kind. And they are satisfactory tn
every particular, too.
The woman who wants the newest styles In footwear finds them In
Burt Shoes. ir[ -- ■ ' ■■— ; “
Tho woman who wants quality footwear, the kind that wears, finds
It In Burt Shoes. The woman who wunts comfort*in footwear finds it In
Burt Shoes. And she who wants all those qualifications combined finds
them in Burt Shoes All the new effects herei now in patent leathers,
tans, gun metals, kid finishes, black suedes and velvets In hotly, button
and lace styles. Priced at. per pair, $4, $4.50 and $5.
Second Floor—Main Store.
Great News for Those Who Need
-* Embroideries
Excellent values, elegant assortments, splendid service, newest styles,
finest qualfties—these are the features that make this special February Em
broidery event stand out as a vigorous demonstration of leadership.
Swell tomorrow’s crowds by Joining them and thereby doihg something
extra for yourself.
Skirting and corset cover Embroideries, 18 inches wide. These are very
pretty and made on nice qualities of Nainsook and Swiss This lot for Sat
urday has Just arrived and they are regular 4t)o per yard values, but ss s
special for our February sale we will offer them at, per yard, only 25c.
27-Inch Swiss Embroidery Dress Flouncing* Special selections for our
February sale, embracing everything that is new and beautiful, and each
lot offering the best qualities and Aalues for the money. Special groups at.
per yard. 35c, 49c. 75c to sl.lO.
Ground Floor—Main" ffict.—
AMUSEMENTS.
SMCiiIIC The Hem* %IITI\KR
A I tllUt of Hut-league DAILY
JIM FLYNN
Who la matched to Asht JACK JOHN
SON for the ehamptnaahtg of the
world la eealeaetlea with
THE PACE MAKERS
Neat Weeh—The Whirl of Mlfjh^_
Jeh FrTatlaa iWe* Htaht. 1 tmea
Frlatlag Ca.. II John R-at.
You who come Saturday will see practi
cally the best of the new season's offerings.
There is wonderful profusion, no matter
what outlay has been decided on.
New' Spring Hats, made on wire and cape
net frames. Satin and rough braids. Black
and colors. Early buyers can chooso at
$2.98. $3.98, $5 and $6.60.
Tailored Hats, made of hemp. Milan, hair
and Panama. These are blocked In pretty
stylish shapes. There is ample variety of
styles at $7.50. $lO to sls.
l ntrimmed Panama Hats. These hate
have ail assured vogue for the coming sea
son. Special at $7.60, $lO. sl2.
February Hair Goods
THE HUDSON STORE
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