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TH1 BVUfIlTGr WORLD, fSIDAY, MAY 31, Ull.'
White for Mourning Garb To te Chiefly Expressive Of Conventional Grief ttfra. 4tr' Example Must Have Weight, but Ladies' Tailor Does Not Look for Society Adop tion of the Innovation This Season, Even in , Younger Set. U uMIe mourntno tout to sko t&ej plaos 0 the 'traditional block r It U ia rumored. Pot Instance, its to!- on Mgti authority that ths Tsaa Mow, Srt John Jacob Aetor, UI irsar aotblng but pur whit tor tfcs tut mix tDoastia, oonvsntlonally hr tHTlod of deepest mourning. Iter s M(li ta Mac follows-, by several othsr Mtotf women, who hare ordered oom fjlitl mc-rt-n outAts o whit. PsrsoaaJiy, I al-raya thought (fee ontr Important qaeattoa In regard ta aourelnc apparel ooneerns not the pattfar It on but th taking It off. Tti lady who "roM Into colors" after a po)M period ot (loom Mima to ermbol . ia x blentaritly th transient nature of hsr rrlef. Hournlag cuht not to fca worn at all, or all It ought to be warn forrrar. At least, that I my reeUac about It Sat th matter of mourning fashions should, of oourse, be taken to a sartorial tribunal. That U why I went to Sarr. ual -"anil, organliar ant Ant vloe-preil- at of th United Ladles' Tailors' As .'MokUJon of Amsrloa. "What about thla white mourning T" I asked Mr. Paul- 'Vor aom time tailor and flresi aiaV srs have been trying to Introduce H," be replied. "We do not like to d eaten and make all blaok costumes' for women. Th re eon ta that euch suite and dresses are beoomdng to com paratively too few. Willi they may be worn by some, from a sent of duty, they are worn reluctantly. WILL BUY FEWER AND CHEAP ER GARMENTS IN BLACK. "That meant that the woman who buys an all blaok outfit will buy fewer and leas expensive garment than It be were In colore. Also ahe will be a snore trying customer, seeing Imaginary fauna of design when the real trouble U the oolor, which la bound to make Mr look lata attractive than usual. "To a great assay women, aaoturBisg Is a fasbleaahl neoes sMy flatter t&aa a atnoers exprea atoa f grief. Therefore, If onoe ths alt of fashloa oan be laroket atalaat th -laok, woaasa will be ealy too gut. "X to aot eee why thla should sot be posatbl. Tor instance, pur pis la th regular monmlng oolor fa royalty. Why should aot whH .. linnau th garb of young women whs have suffered bereavement? Personally, X do not believe It la yet worn by aaay women, and X feel anre Ita ass" will not be gen eral thla seaaoa, svsn In the faah toaabls world. ut lira. Aster's saacspls snnst hav weight, par Msnaasly al""f the younger Bet. Aa4 whit snoumlng seems espe cially aMraotlTS during the warm treath. X should say that it wuM be ehlefly In evtdenoe as the saptsssloa of conventional grief." WrMTE ACCENTUATES THE FACIAL EPRESSION. ot why omy thatr iw.. Jr two reasons." replied Mt. PauTI. la the first place, white throws a light a the face, and that effect is ono the tw mourner would avoid at any cost, sjha seeks, naturally, to hide her pal; ohsshs, the lines drawn by grief around tfcsr mouth, and even the tears which are apt to sprln urfWdden to her eyes. if reason that the Mack mourner1; veil easts Into existence was to hide these taigas of Buffering from a curious orowd. . Hitn there u always denser that ' mnurnlnB will larolabad aa mourning at all. arsons wear alWlttte oost edAU The wear chiffon, .ensallne. crepe ohlne, armure. cairhmcra de eolo nnd -,tLi..iir .11 the other toft, dull. tsslshed goods wMch nre the only sort sultabl for mourning. The mournnr can fend no really distinctive white dress easaant on made altogether of pure . whit crepe, and that would be extreme. 1 at rllrtn. Thn of course there la the practical asrfactlan to white mourning, that it means so much time or money apent In taundrv. The expens would pre Tent a great many women from taVln its the fashion, and aome women wouM trr to adODt It who could not really afford to do so. Mourning outfits arc costly enouBh now. tilting into con- alderatlon the slightly worn clothes th.it , are discarded." i WOMEN, LIKE MEN, SHOULD HAVE SOME SPECIAL SIGN. Tlut If you approve neither of nil- white nor all-black outfits, what Is the mode you would recommendT" I asked, 'X think that women, Uke men, ought to have some special sign of mourning, and not bs Compelled to remodel their entire wardrobes. If a woman does not feel like wear. Ing bright tints during her first with perhaps a blaok band ronat i th sleeve, such as a man wears. A woman should always havs at Itact a frill of white neat to her face, ao matter how sombr hsr garb. "I believe that all dreit should bs distinguished by freedam, good sense and beauty, and I think that la more sad more the general feeling of Ameri can women. I believe, therefore, that they ar mor likely to leave oft mourn ing altogether, as we now understand tne term, than to change to white or some uthir color as arbitrarily OxJ as ths prssenl blaok." and deepest grief, she need aot. But It should be perfectly proper for her to don any quiet shale, The Treatment of Tuberculosis Xa Its beginning Tuberetiloels a tsoelv lng and hldten disease, and the failure ts epre has been due to the Inability ta die cover the reel ailment until the disease be eomee too far atvaaoed. A eaooeeefol treatment depends entl'cly upon the disease belns discovered ai.l properly treated while It Is yet In te c". able state. , Dr. Anderson's remsrkable aueceas In the care ef TuberculoiU le the dlreet result ot hie ability to ascertain, by means ot his Anderson X-Llht eiamenattene, the exact oonaltlon within the lusa or chest, before the tubercular eerrae ere present end be fore the breaking-down stage eoeura. Ills treatment is a complete course ot treatment, with Draper edvloe, directed and suited te the centttlon ant symptoms ot each patient, It it NOT a secret remedy claimed to cure every ease in any stale.. The worst .cases et Tubercutoele pass through a cu.-abls stars. A delayed or in correct dlisnix-li allows the dleease ta procrrs beyond lbs ourable stage. Consult Dr. Andersen, th leading ex pert Lues Special tat In New York. Con- aultatloa ant examination are gtvea t the office without charge. Learn the true ooncltioa ef your hinge and Investigate his nMrhcaa, while there la yet time to bs cured. References ef cured eases at the otfloe. Dr. Aateraoa, 80 West 1st St, (be tweea Btk and Cth are.), New Tork, Hours, 10 to (guaday, 11 le 1)1 Mon day, Wedaesaay and Jrlday svsnlngs till t o'olock. New tlluertratet book en Tuber euloals seat to any addiries npea request. INC. RETAIL K. not be dlrtln 8o many oostumce now K. TDRUNUTON. Tke-rrealdsnt. B'way at 13th Street Women's Department Tomorrow Saturday will be another "big day" of Our Great Absolute Semi-Annual Clearance Memorial Daywhich marks tha beginning of tha season of wear for Summer Apparel for you, and the data for us to clear absolutely and without reservation all seasonable, fashionable merchandise I over. Clear) Clear 1 Clear I That'aourona and only present object? Without regard to coat, without regard to value, nil gooda muat be moved and quickly. We carry nothing over. 300 Women's & Misses' Suits Wilt find new owner at thm tingle price of 75 Sorgo. Whipcord", Tnffctas, Diagonalg. Men's AVeur Worsteds. Kclk'iines. White Wool Fabrics. ahirrt-d linck; draped Uovera, belted; Norfolk; pluiu tailored mid dressy models. Formerly up to $50 Women's and Misses' Linen Suits Frmh cloan f.tock. Jurt from the maker's hands; light. 1 iiiruiuiii on" iiraTi wui uuraiii natural ana colors; I Jiluln. Norfolk and slilrron back models; values up to r ;H.OO ,,,, J Handsome Striped Voile Wash Dresses Black unil whlnistrlpei of varied width; trimmed with satin;! I'lrrrctt rufflos onrt Ucos. Included In same collection I nro n lot of embroidered dot m&rmilfirttes. illmltlm.V t rnitty cotton cords and Drctilon bonlomd olios; simple I J? ln):.i and coatee moduli; vuluoj up to 110.0. J Interesting Prices on Sport Coats n lllazrri In colloco and Ilonlcy stripes; yoko and regulation O inoflcu I Q Mackinaw's nnd "Woodsmen's Coats" for out-of-town Q winrj Korfollc and Hoort model L rt OutltiK Coats of blue scrpo anil finest Terry doth; belted f Q nncl yoko Norfolk modoh. O VbIih sup to ttO. J 5ocooooccooooooccooooc DOUBLE ma STAMPS UNTIL 1 P. M. LIBERTY STAMP PREMIUMS DELIVERED FREE You Never Saw Such Clothing Values I In New York's Shopping Centre 50c Net and Shadow Lace i'leatintjs to wear on costs, wsiitt and drcitcc, all dainty end ex- clu.ive pattemi, in white and ecru, made o the fincit ihedow nets tnd lacet, in both wide and narrow widthi. . 1L:L, 19c I Dainty Neckwear Large sailer colltn, dainty net fichus, embroidered collar and cuff icti, emlroidered stock collari and net jabots and cetcades, pique collar and tie attached: dainty stocks and jabots attached. Quaker ihaped Kp collan, at faslfav Shadow Lace Chemi sette in various fine patterns and fine plain net, cheniiette to be worn with a lowQB k-UL Sleeveless Gulmpes in plain and dainty shadow Wees with an elsttic drawn thmuh waiitat 29c to 49c neck, st. Kobesolsrre. Cellars and Jabeta pf cloth, la wblts, arra, nt ana iifni oiue; wna a datntr Jatot of ehwlow Ura or Wain ret) ih. eome ootlais ta rhot Muk taffeU, and lebots (Malnsloer.) tuhkmekie raUse 25c Sixteen rainy days this month is the reason for this sale. We're going to make up for them tomorrow. We want to do sixteen days' business in one day, and we surely ought to succeed when you sec the way we have cut prices. We've marked this high-grade clothing low enough to tempt the makers to buy back their suits, for when you sec the clothes, the materials, the tailoring, you won t need a tailor to tell you the suit3 can't be made for the prices we quote below. Read them. Younti Men's S10.00 Suits A hour 201) f nncy mix tures, browns, fcrnys.l nndb!ar!i;sizclSto20( yrc; wonderful values! Men's S12.50 Blue Serrfe Suits Quorcnteed strictly nil woolllned with nlpacn; site, 33 to 46; value S12.50, ot $7.95 Blue Scrjjc Coals and Vests from $15.00 Suits About 75 fine Blue) Seine Costs andt Vcitsj strictly nlli wool; nil sixes, at. 85J5 Men's S7.50 Hain-Coafs Tnn EnRtljh Slip-on Coats, pbout 80 coats nil told, that formerly sold nt $7.50, nt. . . . !$3 .85, Mens 525.00 Suits Take your pick of our finest suits. oil the very tntestf styles, at ) ( $12.75 Men's S20.00 Suits 560 Suits, in fancy mixtures and plain effects, including blue serges, all sizes, regu lar and stouts, at. . . . $9.95 Men's S16.00 Rain Coats Silk Rain Coats, n). tremendous bargain, H the latest English f cut, nil sixes, at . . . . ) aiain Vilnius !$7.75 1,000 Pairs of Men's S3 Pants Suitable for business 1 or icncrnl wenrjf fancy and plain blue; I -i . ... i an sixes m, LrU 3 wm m UUId $2.00 .(Tttlrd 1oor.) Children's White Dresses 50c Made of the sheerest lawns, pretty long wauted French and belted Russian effects. trimmed with lace and embroidery truer tiont.lace edict, fine clutter of tucks, bos pleats, tailored straps and ribbons, cool Dutch and high neck styles; sixes 2 to 6 yeVi, at.. Children'. $2.00 White Lawn Drettet In long wauted French style, with high or Dutch necks, trimmed with dainty lace edges, headings, all over embroider is,tuekings and ribbons, 01 ff etc.) sixes 2 to 6 years.,. LpXeVIU Children's Romper. Gray, pink, blue and chambray, round neck, long sleeves and belt; sixes - 2 to 6 years JLtJL Children's Caps rtikintv .hnar lawns and all over embroideries, "l rjl Settliy trtameolffp"- Pln& Isee ln-r- 1 tlon and ribbons, all sites up to 2 yeers teleconi t-'IOOr.)aaaaa. Misses' and Janlors' If I II 11 -i-u Summer Dresses .19 n,k .,.. nnr. drsssssllketheseat Theie dreitet are made in sum- m i... t- - i imi cooic laorKB, sucn mw liwni, girghsms, pertsles, linenet, in an siortment of pretty Itvlet.with rounder snuarr necks. alio sii.or collars trimmed with contrasting colors; come in sizes for juniors, 13, IS, 17; for miitei, 14, lb. IH. Misses' Norfolk Dresses Tia Mtfuia.t iJmm a. Xmmtmmr Msde o( very line linene waiit msde with yoke and two box A !.!. -!J- !-I.L.J !.L . pi.iu un iiuc, iinuncu wiin pat ent leather belt, collars and culfs s:e trimmed with contrasting colon: fulfikirtt sires 14. 16. IB. Girls' $1.M Sckftl Dresses Made In lawn. Drrrales and ginghams, wttb round, rqiiaro or sailor collar "1g effects, trimmed with rontraatlnR rU 1 r colors; full plaited' skirt: stxee to 14: at S3.D.S Any mlsuss' and Juniors' cloth suit In stock; values up to gao.OO;yourcnoice 011 nn uumv at. .('rnnd I'liHir.). $1.39 to $1.50 Waists 1 Even In our WaUt De- ttd AA parrmsnt, famed for IIU value,, tt'e decidedly W VV unusual so rina lucn pretty tvalate at thete at new styles The mstsrials embrace fine lingerie, cotton crepe and marquisette. Cool, fresh, sum mery models; some high neck, while others are low, long or short sleeves. Men's of pure thread silk, in black, tsn and colors; all are full seamlesi. with double lisle soles, heels. ,and toes. These are seconds of sUndsrd 50c brand; pair Men's and Women's Stockings t full seamless cot ton; double hecli and Zln Silk Hose 25c Women's Stockings of .1 .a a tnrtt vilue IZAe:Dair vc Women's 50c Stockings of pure thread silk, in blsck, tsn and colors; all have double lisle heels and 'f'Qc deeo garter tops: oir .-t-,-' Dure thread silk, in black, Un and colors, double hreli, soles and toes, gsrtrr tops; lip vslue79c: pair xxli Chlldrcn'a Stockinga of cotton, in black, tan or white, with double knees, heelt end toes, slio socks in white, with plaid topi; value 25c; 1 Ckr rair XZTKj Wnman'a 19c Stockings, lesmless mereeriied lilror ia colors; rnitnn. in black, tan and spliced heels and toes and jitter topi; pair. 1 with 12.c . Main Floor.). .(eeessd Floor.) June Sale of Undermuslins'KwSS! Muslin (iowaa with round V necks: prmtsif trim mtd yokM with douM rcnva of whit, am b r o I dry loMrtlons and duatsr tucks, M 28c hamul. 1H of Uovrnsi over 30 naw m!aia to wlt from: nainsook wim round, Muar. or hlsh nok mono rrc! alatMiraWlr trtromea Willi elu.l.r. of mbM4ery.mlaJiwn". erelnt. I.11T1C1 or lac. lahl with lines or no. laM and ribbons, at. raJsa-fls: 69c llaadionie (lowo Unseii. oambrlo or nalnmiok In Wsh, round. V or nuar nok. Hmno with OIii.t.re 01 llllKia4in lnlilrle. ItnMl Uoa. ifjOkM. hotno mm uiubipiw Horn, fin. Hwlss en- ft7a ., valn"trnne or Jj mm nd rinlxn.; at. V a Mulln I'ndrr.klrta mod. with full raffle, nwiily Mnlihl , with drii hfimn and olusur tucki: regularly 2&o. . 15c 7Bo Hrawera Circular. . umbr.lla. or motor drawer.; nain.ouk nr rambrlo. Home prettily trimm.il wmi wia. eye. Int. bllna or lliei traiiraa.rw., hraddd with tmbrotd.ry beadlns I and rlDDuns ..ye. 48c Mtxtln Itran.r or tol quaisty matrrtel, with full ramta naouy trtnim with clu.ter tuck an dt.p hMna Cambric Drawers, mads In s.v.ral style; circular, umbr.lla or motor of- aeep rune irimmra witn lac. Inaartlona. with dp lac m1st1 (iS. wld. .mbroldf-ry with tueks and jff h.matltchcdi at aV Nalnwok Cheinlae tn s.v.ral strl.ii pr.lt-ly trltnmxcl with blind fonbruld.ry yok. and ribbon Iwidlnsi ..v- Him real ruw. at l.r ln.rtlone; tmtfr aoin. with aklrta and ruffle.. . Flo. While I'elllrnal. of cambric I mad. tn averal ttvlf. with d.ep r-tn-brohlery flnuncr. hMted with -m-britldrry iMaillna and r!ttn.: oui.rs Irlnunxt with wld. embroidery ln..r tlons, with embroidery rufrice An. irr lace flouni'ea; nlai the new HnP. knl.t4n iklrti; at SOV hamul. Combination. ot dainty tin sarin or fin. nainook In a wonderful a.-irtm.nt of .tylci. flom. .labu.'ately trlmmnl with cluster of hand ctvoh.t lac. or embroidery medallions. Other, with deep rowi of lac. In.ertloni, rib bon bow.. Tb. drawer. hve A" tluhed .IdM, Also combinations uf heavy .Mover embroidery: at SSV (HMond Hoor.) t'urert Col ere. nalnwok; roa4 nrcx; pr.tuiy trimmed witn B ni voncieine. iao. Ine. .ilone. ribbon bending and lac. .date: elite Sf to 44: at 12k; Nalawek Comet Covert, with round uecas. -nmmeu with de.p mwa or un.n or vaien .Mines lac. inamions, wld. embroidery, ribbon run anil oenainsi; sises HI 19 14., Prisma Mlp'of rtne lawns In several pretty .tylee; round neck models, trim men wun neep eyaiei emoroiaery with noiinn Draoms ana lace eis.; iMm hav. dop ruffle flnlehrd with tueks: at )r un.n 23c 67c mads of fin. lawns: blue, com. Dink and Prinrea. Wipe. In white. Ilitht hetto. round ne med with dainty medftlllone, cm. r broideries, linen lac. and rib- Sfag t bona Ctimhlaatlan t'efiet Cam lirawrr ar flklrt of nainsook, wlih nimiit 11 hh, ii,iuir trlmme. with double row of Valoncl.nnre lace Insertions, wld. .ample embroideries and ribbons. insooK, wiu 45c Johnny Even alETXl writes: "I nsve a whole lot ef sstls- Isctien In wtsrlni -wiser Col rs. Thos. Unocord Dutlon loles sre mlshtr fior-lber'lS so sssy te sdjuit," Ide Silver Collars Srer Me ffrt,'5,or,c,oT. BUTTONHOUS are ess C le kettos ao tber asa'l sser es -21 ai 50c CItAND RAPWS FURNSTUnE NO MONEY DOWN Weefcly Delivers This Davenport Wo Furnish Apnrtmcnls Ftom $10.98 to $500. FREE Rcfrlncrator With Every ISO rurchasc Worth up (o $3.50 "O--. A a-4 e-l To sell RU at Sample lines of Taffetas, 8 and 10 rib models, plain and fancy colors, tub silk, taffeta borders, ron gees wth taffeta borders, ribbon border", fine print w. rps.Ml.nbtsllita. black and white border, coir In now, red. H'een. rose, tnn. rrown, white cmnroid- Iinnm. oolkH clots, M'lili cloth, m.'i bt nlerr lo I alrh. 1 .mi -imp .ilk jtrioei with velvet erlxes. in ll us.ucs; 10- rib Pdns,ees with ribbon insertions snd taffeta edges. No Mail cr Ttlrphone Orden Filltd. ---- (Main Hen nN 1 llrZri iv"TllVTLTlfH'wiwV. J a I 1 In Oreen VeJouri Value SM, 1I11S VUV PAV VRFIRHT uauMB BRASS CREDIT TERMS bed g $3.00 Down $50.00 r.rcb..: .i Porto Rican Cidars Big Shipment to Sell at Half Price itFLI.A l!tIII7." l'an oy 'Iini.I tt.DIZ" SVi-lnch RoanlVh hand insde 6V,.tncn rva. .tr.laht .hane. quality lwtelas (jJinde, mad., of of l'orlo llloan tobacru whi h th.nfin'i.;.i..,i.na !.uf...,J.hM-c,,,r,,.., erown tobacco li.tlAllV 11111111 at S fur 2-oi bos of BO '$1.50 The. for of 80 Cremoj, Owls or Cspadiirsi bos SI Ciar Lighter OR The Smsllest snd Bcil Made Slmplv press button on sliln and t ho a . r( a ' th.inlno snsrl- wriliti will lfir.u Mm wlrk ImmfUlatHy. to r 5000 Pairs Men's $3 & $4 Oxfords Shoes & Oxfords from the Brockton, Ideal & Walk-Over Factories at Shoes of gun-met al calf, ancl Oxford, of patent colttkin, gun-metal calf and tan Ru$iia calf, with new, high toe lasts. Every pair guaranteed. Goodyear welted, hand-iewed aoles, newest and lateit styles and lasts. Special, pair Misses' & Children's rjQ 49c Barefoot Sandal a sal kit-' Women's $2.50 Canvas Pumps Built on the new short vamp model, strap across instep or without strap: best quality Sea Island cluck; all sires Miasss' and Childrsn's Canvas Button Bfots Estra high cut, warranted all solid leather; sires J J QQ ll'j ti'i.'.'i.29 2V. t" 6. ..1.49 Crowing Girls' $4.00 White Nu-Buck Button Boots Extra H;!i cut, riant top models, college heels, warranted In every ?2.?..:$2JJ9 Misses' and Children's $1.50 Canvaa Pumps Best quality Sea Island duck: strap across instep, fmMsd with tailored bow; sires 5 J QQ S'm'b P2to"2.'sV.'.'., .. 1.19 100 Now Styles in Sir Henri Shoes & Oxfords For men and women; every pair guaranteed. $2.50, $3, $3.50 $2.50 and $3 Oxfords and Pumps for Women Who Wear Size wq. 2, 2,3, 3 or 4, at...... SfC Pumps and Oxfords, of Gunmetal Calf and Patent Colttkin. If you wear any of these sizes you will get the greatest bargain of your life here tomorrow. mm Men s $6 Shoes $2.95 BUTTER Our Blue tlc'.l extra fancy new gists butter; 3-lb. crock Mb. print, 31c, None delivered. $1.00 IIA.MH- -Mild MiRhr cnr-cl. I'. H. .1IACON Mild suttar rurml, ntrel, iTliccted wl.oln or half lmnis, ; strraknd, lean strips; wliolo orin . IDC linlfj lb , . ... l"l 5.00 7.50 10.00 15.00 25.00 on 4t 75.00 100.00 150.00 200.00 300.00 10 Ith . "V Station at FKEEI An.rlm.xit Re. Corner. riDirnJ frlxer.tor With Kvrrr 103d Bt. Huliffnr Station One -ITimn . i lir.JSjV'o ItK I'lirrhese. HlorU Awav. SATURDAY EVENINGS. K."l ML.lfJie-K-VJ W l -fc U LIB KBTtp fll E0IILE Anv rf ThpQP Rrnnrlu On Sale To-Morrow Only OtiC Tn. iirrrrrit MON CKIIUM W II I S- KKI , "full quart." HBc IHrlTI.K C'Al.t- rOUVIA llllANin. 8.V- II l T T I. I. II V A O KBKltltV HOo B(1. UtlMMI'.r. 11UNTEK WHISKEY HBe Hottte Hunter tli!a.er Oeniulno Hunter Ualtlninr. Uye, our liattlinK, r'jrei uver the IIjts. 69c HUKTU I Touaisr ,(Mstlinor.) Ill III" miff s.'x- iMtrn.K old I'IKMV WIIIMvKV, 'full ipmri " 7."mi HOT. M'lllTK iuisi: (lis. ititr nor. nii'iuMrr KK Kl'.tllJS. (it iKrrn.f; imhji .MlllM. 1-OICT, BURNCTrS DRY GIN 7Sc Ilvtlle .llnr. iiett'. Hit Oln 'lit. WorM Kaiiioa. rilr Itobert llur. ntt Cm. "eNir lUcuers an- en. W nsies." Il()ll,i;i) HAM or coiikid iiuiiud I CINCINNATI tlKUVtll.AT j Irrf, wufrr ellci'd by tint ma- nt llrlnun for lunches nnd sand- 1 r, I clilno; Hi... . . .QIC wlclna.lb ItlC I . . I OltANtiK.rt Nuvul nraiiKr. fancy Ivstiio ,,""t Jlll,y 'r"'t'. u al"- 'Jfl- I hopco AMI KAtlllH I''r'li rut, Ioiib AUnlnielv frul, Klii'ii ttiiurr.KUs ; lame IK- Abiolutely ireih, Umt.h 1,C muj tttt everyone BKANH -Wax brans. Km'11 -as, , 1 fl cri'un imasi 3 No, I tills fur Jc n. rrgulsrZOc guaran- I t till... aC .. tm, tred-doi ONIONH-.New onions, white quality. 1 K icea,ooi. onions, yollow, llermuila; No, rj0. I e 1 N'one delivered. 0 liaskiq for ... -.Of lb vrc CAHKH- llonin mailo lajcr cakes wilh Icily fllllnKH; 3 layers; sold regu- nn lorly -Oc, p"clal, each &UI rOUNU CAKC lllun rll'bon rings; wfcolu rliiK. wb, 7ci per ( Jgifj C A K E Rteel- Urakn's pound rnko ; 1 n srlctlii; 111 . , iui .1 varlotl KVAl'OttATKD MILK Hunsct or I'oarl brand; 3 rcgulnr c cans-n. for 1UC (Slxtu fleer.) - UTU VtUXXV SIOW. HJSNMY SILCLL, fiw't DOViUI HUtJAK l'lue granulated sugir; -en. 3j Ilia lUC CO! TEE Our popular narmony lilrnd; special S-lb, canUtor, g r-j rj TEAS New garden teas: all our nm regular 6O0 qualities; lli for OfT niHCIJITH Fresh from tho oreru Hovel Lunch, Oratism, Crown, aatortod and spired wafers; regular price nn lie.,; 8 lb. for CaC No High Prices Here Loin of Pork i'ro Legs Choice Spring cSJn'Vfeiij 1 Lamb"! ZJn pcrlal at, all1 Ueuulne I fil' a lb JLf larub; per JLVI I lb Fresh Picnic Hams rL r, ( D ... 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