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REBELS OFFER AID
Search for John R. Silliman,
Whose Fate Is Shrouded
INQUIRIES AT TAMPICO
run u i ncn HiYicnii/Hino
Confirmation Received of the Killing
of Richard Urban?Reports
American Consul Hanna. :il Monterey,
has informed the State Department that
constitutionalist authorities have agreed
to aid in locating the American vie*' consul.
John Tv. Silliman. The vice consul
has l'cen missing since Huerta's agents
assured Secretary Bryan that he had
been released from custody of Mexican
federals at Saltillo.
Gen. Antonio Viliareal. governor of the
Stat'- of Nuevo T.eon. Consul Banna reported.
has ottered an automobile to take
Silliman to Monterey, if he can be found,
and a tlag of truce will be respected at
any time to expedite Silliman's safety.
CnofTicial reports were that Silliman
."might arrive at Mexico City today, but
the department has received no such advices.
Inquiry for Other Missing- Men.
Secretary Bryan has sent inquiry to
Tampico regarding three men. named
Winkler. Wallace and Merrsler. who are
reported to have disappeared. They are
newspaper men?a reporter and two photographers.
Hear Admiral Badger today cleared up
the mystery concerning the report to
the State Department yesterday that a
messenger from Admiral Fletcher had
gone to (Jen. Mans" headquarters and
thence to Mexico City.
"Messenger referred to." said Admiral
Badger, "is probably Philippine servant
of Capt. Hush, who left Vera Cruz for
? iter mifii": in ?' f \ 11 u-t M rlOlllCS. rnroUSH
our consulate ! sent word to Gen. Maas
explaining: the character of servant and
asking: Maas to assist in his return."
Two Americans Slain.
Confirmation of tlie killing hy Mexicans
of Richard I'rban. an American citizen
of German birth, was received by the
State Department today. American Consular
Agent Montague at Cananea reported
that I'rban and a companion were attacked
without provocation at Pointed
Mountain, eighteen miles west of Xacozari.
A band of Mexicans fired from a
house without warning, t'rban fell dead,
but his companion escaped.
The bod}- of Porfirio Laurel, an American.
who was killed some time ago in
Mexico, has been recovered and taken to
Laredo, where it will be buried tonight,
according to State Department advices
today. Examination showed that Laurel
had died from bayonet wounds.
The State Department announced today
that Miguel Ferrara and his brother,
Nicholas Ferrara of Lampasas. Mexico,
w ho have been arrested by the constitutionalists
in Xuevo Laredo, have been
released through the efforts of American
Consul Garrett. The two men have arrived
on the Texas side of the Rio
Refugees at Vera Cruz.
American Consul Canada has reported
that lucre now are 554 American refuges
? at Vera Cruz who have announced their
intention to remain in Mexico. Consul
Canada also reports 170 refugees arriving
from the south on the City of Tampico.
Twenty-four of these are Americans,
fourteen Porto Ricans and others
of various nationalities. All the Americans
were placed on board the Monterey,
which sailed via Puerto Mexico for the
United States May -1.
Sendr Cardoso, the Brazilian minister
in Mexico City, has informed the department
that he is in constant communication
with the British vice consul
at Tuxtla Gutierrez, the capital of the
state of Chiapas, in regard to the detention
of the American named Smith at
j ujiain nt: auucu liictt oiiulii its attuseu
of murder, but his family is at liberty
and receiving kind treatment. Everything
possible to secure the release of
the prisoner was being done.
Reports From Admiral Badger.
Admiral Badger reported the steamer
Monterey was en route from Vera Cruz
to Puerto Mexico to receive the 'SiO
refugees who left Mexico City Wednesday.
The Monterey will take her passengers
to New Orleans.
Refugees have been brought out of
Mexico so rapidly in the past few weeks
that Rear Admiral Badger has cabled
the Navy Department that he now "considers
probable that the service of chartered
steamers may be dispensed with,
and any further refugees accommodated
by thfc naval ships."
Royalty of Mexican natives who were
left in charge of oil wells at Tampico
arid Fanuco after the foreign operators
fled from the danger zone was responsible
for preservation of the properties,
according to H. A. Mestes. an official of
the International Petroleum Company,
whose report ori conditions in the oil dis
irlct has. been forwarded to the State
Mestes recently returned to Tampico
with live American employes. They also
made an exploration of the wells at
Panuco and found that they had suffered
only minor damage, due to depredations
- by stragglers after the fleeing federals
had evacuated the town. Mestes lauded
the fidelity of the Mexican employes who
guarded the properties during the conflict
between constitutionalists and federals
Rescue From Stranded Vessel.
The destroyer Cassin. which went to
the assistance of the steamer Atlantis
after the latter had gone ashore off the
Mexican coast Wednesday, brought the
ninety-nine passengers from the steamer
to Tampico yesterday, according to a
dispatch received from Rear Admiral
Badger at Vera Cruz early today.
The dispatch states that the passengers
were not taken aboard the battleship
Connecticut, as previous reports had indicated
Admiral Badger reported that
tugs were at work in an effort to pull the
Atlantis off the beach. He added that the
crew were in no danger and that so far
the steamer had suffered no damage.
The Cassin was sent to the Atlantis by
Admiral Mayo in response to her distress
flon Punotnn Ronnrtc Slrlr
Gen. Funs ton reported to the War
Department today that the sick rate
among the soldiers and marines at
Vera Cruz is 1 49 per cent among the
former and 1 46 per cent among the
latter. In other words, there are fortyPMBflB%8K
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one soldiers in the hospital and nineteen
in their quarters, while among
the marines the sick total is forty-five.
He says there is no malaria nor yellow
fever in the camp, and but one case of
The War Department, tipon Gen.
Funston's request, is preparing to send
to Vera Cruz apparatus and chemicals
i sufficient to render water potable for
the soldiers for a period of thirty
HUERTA IN DEADLY FEAR
Citizens Ready to Rise Against Him,
Says Missionary?Would Welcome
That the people of Mexico ?'ity and
other places held by liuerta are in mortal
fear of the dictator, but are read\ to
rise against him. and would welcome intervention
by the United States is the
claim of Prof. G. W. Gavin ess, a SeventhDay
Adventist missionary, who has just
returned to Washington.
"Saloon are kept onen." he asserted,
"especially on Sunday, to entice nun to
get intoxicated in order that they may
he seized any rushed off to the army j
other men are encouraged to loot bus- j
ness houses, especially those conducted |
by Americans, so that the federal forces
can be increased, and a good many of
the prisons have had their doors swung
open and the convicts released that men I
might be found to tight against the con- |
"Kven the senators and other govern- |
ment representatives tremble for fear i
that they will be summarily dealt with,
if they assume to sa> anything against j
I \*At r.nh- A.i t It ASP i
high officials fear, but the hired cxccu- |
tloners of the present regime have fled
for fear they will in time be executed.
"Senators have been known to be
spirited away and shot after making
speeches against the government. The
City of Mexico is in the hands of a
despot who is sending men to the front
RITZ ^iS _
Plain Toe I
VWthout Box. ^|
and Patent Leather. ^
/^iim ><p t
Men's and \V<
Shoes Sent Parcel Pos
I For Home
Adjoining Al TI*
St. Patrick's IXsLl
Bring the daughter
Dresses. See our wond(
For the junior girls ?
grade we have dainty st^
* $5.00 tc
For the high school and c
many charming Crepe de Chin
Also adorable styles for c
Evening Wraps, Cape Coats, (
Adjoining If ATT
i . TO
A Small Lot of
t at Reducec
l he assortment contains suits ;n whict
uo suits that earlier in the season were prr
!>ns marking". Tlve models are generally the
ins popular during the early fall months.
* At $9.75 each-fr-X?w^r.oanV
ced co^ar and cuffs of heavy lace. The skirl
io, plait, and the long peplum back of coat i
l1er tons. ' In sizes 14. lt? and 18. in cadet, greei
in,. Alt- Sfl H Suits which were
t"'e M Wool poplins, with double
?m- coats cut away in front and with loose 1
t0 matcli color of suit, or lace collars. Sizes
, lanH rnvfl 1 Kl.io
against their will and mapping <
ways by which others can be daptui
and the army increased."
Prof. Oaviness has been superintei
cut of the Adventist missionary ope;
tions in Mexico for a number of yea
with headquarters in Mexico City, a
he said that some of the more influi
tial natives stated that the only thi
that kept them from more boldly clam*
ing for intervention was their pride.
Hold No Hatred, He Says.
I "The people of Mexico as a rule h
| no hatred toward the Americans,"
J sa:-.;. "?ii fact they place more contirer
| in the word of Americans than they
i in their own race. The demonstrate
j that have been made against Americi
; in Mexico City have been forced
: iluerta. Me ordered out the governm
j employes on one occasion and for
[ them to hold a parade as a demonstrat
(against the Americans, and on anot
occasion the school teachers were cc
j pelled to mareh at the head of
' pupils .in?l make an anti-American dc
onstralion. These people did not want
make the demonstrations. Huerta for
all in his power to parade the street
"The citizens of Mexico City are'
fearful of being captured and dragi
into the army that they do not venti
on the .streets at night. This makes
city comparatively quiet after dark. ?
hence the truthfniness of the reports tl
there is order in the city.
"There was a plan on foot recently
organizing the neighborhoods into fig
iug bands with an average of ten men
each side of each block well armed. T
would mean the bringing together
forty men at the four corners of a
block. A millionaire said he didn't qi
understand the arrangement and uj
being informed that if meant prepa
tions for war he said that he wo
rather have intervention by the Uni
States than go to war or prepare for i
Prof. Caviness saicl that Carranza a
I Villa are carrying on thpir military ope
tions purely for selfish purposes.
Me said they have no other purpose
I get into power than to graft, and prcdi
I ed that if they did get into power
I I'riited States would eventually have
! Without reservation and by a una
|imous vote the board of estimates
Baltimore lias accepted the gover
i merit's offer of Fort McHenry for i
| as a public park. Funds for its i
provement will be provided later. R?
resentative IJnthicum advised t
board that there was no chance of
appropriation from the government 1
putting the grounds in condition.
L ARLINGTON $4Q$
r^L Plain Stitched
t on Receipt of Price.
Mighty few think
of NOALCO as a
substitute for beer?they
drink it for its own snap,
flavor and other satisfying
Have you tried "NOALCO"
vpt Ynn ran vet it anv time.
SUNDAYS included, at Cafes,
Fruit Stands or Dealers.
Supply Phone Line. 254.
foUNfiFOLKa%J At 10th
s for their Graduation
ibout to leave the eighth
. tin nn
> *p X v.uu
rollege misses we are showing
ie models, Voiles and Taffetas.
00 to $25.00
:lass night, moderately priced.
Zapes?all the latest materials.
RxmfiFouaW At 10th
"u At $iffl .SO each-*19:50 7'"??, Sui
so and cadet blue.
?ed coats in cutaway styles, with belt in cc
Lire moire silks to match color of suits. In siz
the Third floor. Eleventh st.
tnd # ^
tiat Bathing Suits for Girls and
of Tt is time now to think of the
ho Summer Bathing Suit: and those
on who are going to the seashore tr
ins ffn(] our assortments of these J?'
n?v garments for young girls comiite
plete in every respect. New
ton styles, too. just as there arc in all
uui feminine apparel. They arc made
ted of a good quality mohair, with
ind sailor collar trimmed in red.
ra- white and plaid: with bloomers th
to and plaited skirts: in sizes.for all an
ot- girls between the ages of 4 and sii
'to t6. J
4 to 8 years. $1.50 each. re
in_ 8 to 16 years. .$2.50. S2.05. S3.50 5^
'n and each.
"n~ Third floor. Eleventh st.
rP: GREAT DIVERStT
an IN GIRLS' SUM
Hats for tennis, outing, picnickii
^ street dress and suit and the dainty
dress, trimmed with soft frills of lacc
ers. The hats are not at all expensi
tinning up to Sic.oo.
Wc have divided them in group:
Hats of hemr> and fancy braids. I
trimmed witli ribbons, flowers, laces and ve
chiffons: each model different and dis- gc.
tinctive. $4.00 to SlO.OO.
Simple White Hats, so much desired
for summer, of tine straw, laces and J
nets, trimmed with lace and flowers wj
or ribbon and flowers. co
$3.00 and $4.00.
Third floor. F* st.
NEW BELTS AND GIRD
FOR WEAR WITH TH1
A belt of patent leather crush
about a five-inch width is an idej
manv will doubt. But the leather do
crack, as w'ould seem unavoidable, ai
effect is extremely chic when worn
the dainty summer dresses now in 1
The stand-up bow of patent leather
usually pretty, and the whole effect
that will appeal to all girls.
Girdles with buckle
front arc pretty and chic
for wear with the dainty
summer dresses. The
one of Roman silk pic- I a ay "fiS Tl
tured here is represent- I H h| fV
ative of our large as- U l|y |j|p
sortment, which offers
these girdles in various
striped effect at
Starrd-up bows in semi-tailored styles ar<
on girdles of messaline and taffeta. Thi
1 shirred to the desired width, and are off
| various colors at
$1.50 to $4.00 each.
j The black girdle or belt Is always d<
for summer, lending contrast to the lighi
? Those of black patent leather are shown
eral widths; black moire girdles have st
50c to 3>5-oo cacn.
Shown in our Hair Ornament Section
5s floor. Eleventh street.
At This Si
There is some affair or function
ment. Confirmation or Communion
in events of this kind desire them fc
nothing that can take their place fo
Our showing of Blue Serge Suit
Boys' Shop. All the Fine Blue Suits
^ whether a plain serge or one of the
~ pin, interwoven or chalkline stripes
~ A point well worth considering
extensively for dress, is the fit. Ou
is impossible to surpass. Rarely is it
notable advantage, since the whole j
= changing too much in order to ha'
Blue Suits priced
Fancy Suits, in splenc
Wash Suits; all the new am
coming styles in white and fancy
terns; also the plain materials with
color for waist and another for trou
many white suits with colored trimm
$1.00 and up.
Second floor, P st.
Wright & Dlti
the newest am!
weights, $100 to
and *1.00 each.
m Fouriti floor, centej*
i only a few of each st>le remain? j
ced much higher than tlieir present .
se which will be found extremely I
flft.no. Suits of line serge, the coats |r
lapels of silk to match, and with j
: has a tunic effect formed by wide !
s caught with tiny self-covered but- j
n and navy blue. ! *
They are made of wool crepes and 1
;-tunic skirt in cutaway effect, and <
jelt in back. Collars are of silk to
11. 10 and 18. in black, green, tango
its of wool crcpc. in tan. mahogany
Shown with one-tiered skirts ami
rded effect in back: trimmings are
es 14. 16 and 18.
New Middy Blouses. \
Our assortments of these par- J
ents arc complete. Middy
louses for summer outing: mid
amping or for play arc for ap-j
;arance and comfort the most j
Vfiddv Blouses, of white galatea. with j
liars of red. light blue or navy, in f
ort and long sleeves, also plain white
Si.oo. Sr.50 and $2.00 each.
tVe can furnish Middies in all sizes,
ose in stock are from 6 to 20 years,
d we can secure for our patrons any !
:e from .14 to 40 for women and misses, j
'or wear with the Middy Blouse the }
latea skirts we are offering are exptionally
appropriate. They may be
d in plain or plaited styles in white.
n ann navy Diue. |
\t Si.oo. Sr.50 and $2.00 Each.
Third floor. Eleventh ri.
IMER HATS. i
lg and others for wear with the
and prettily trimmed styles for
:s. ribbons and bewitching flowvc.
beginning at $2.00 and con;
'eanut and Panama Hats, simply but
ry gracefully trimmed in ribbons and
arfs of many colors.
$3.50 to $6.00.
rava. Straw. Milan and Hemp Hats,
th bands as their only trimming: the
rrect hats for outing and street wear.
S2.00 to $4.50 each.
r*th? New Imp
is un- Crepes, as eve
is one r
termls for summer
with the finest.
] 5,000 yards ir,
IMJ variations, with u
I pink, on white gn
i 27 inches wide.
a found J
as? ar? i
?red in ! TM?Vi? 4-n/?* -?/- It.
i /tw J 14,1/1 I/O tct
son at the regular
Tlrw. chase we will sell
Second floor, G 8t.
Boys Have Need of
SERGE S UI
sason of the Year.
i which demands them. Graduati
And even the boys who will
>r their coolness and extreme dres
r warm weather wear.
:s is one of the most pleasing c
i are grouped in special cases to t
handsome blues with self-stripe
is desired it is easy to make chc
especially in getting a suit that
r Boys' suits fit with a degree of
necessary to make alterations.
rr\r\A nf manv suits has h
ve them fit.
from $5JM> to SI5.0? eac
Sid variety, at tlhe same p
i be- A Plain White ]
pat- ways desired for wear w
one suits, especially for any o
sers; spring events, 50c and $1.'
ings. Suitable Neckwear,
Wash Neckwear at 25c.
FECIAL LOT OF TEI
ITS, PRICED AT $1.0.
have we offered a value
aat can compare with this
t and numerous diffferen
.95 eacihi=values up to $5
ion Rackets, in all Racket Presses.
I best shapes and Wright & Ditso
$8.00. each; $3.50 dozen.
T.ftfVirrtr* T?nr\ i R ^Vright & DltSO
Lothrop Tennis tice Balls 25c eac
nt models, $1.00 to Double Court T
$2.00, $3.50 and $5.<
tl? Rackets. 80c. T5c Tennis Poles. Jl
Double Court Ms
50c, 75o and set; single. $3.50 s
i Dry Court Marki
Women's Summer Gloves
These gloves are stylish and
ie\v. and may he washed without
osing their beauty or durability.
H?-button-length Chanioisette Gloves, in
node, pongee, gray and white.
Special price, 5?c pair.
lU-buiion-lengtli Silk Gloves, in white
villi black, and black with white cmiroidery
Special price, SB.HMD pair.
Main floor, renter.
The Dainty White
Pin Dotted Swisses
<11 V. , e ?_?*_? I it U11 cl I tractive
frocks. Our >uperior European
these to you without the
addition of extra profits,
hence the low prices.
37' jc. 40c and 50c yard.
Second floor. F sr.
A Xew Importation of
Scotch Crash Towels,
"The Cleveland Towel."
An excellent drying: or friction towel
both for bath and regular toilet use. It
s a towel of quality, and many of our
patrons are already familiar with it:
many more should be.
25c each: $2.00 dozen.
Second floor. Eleventh st.
Pure and Daioty Toilet
Our Own Name.
Really excellent toiler preparations whose
Mirjty we guarantee, and whose daintiness and
'ffleioncv we hare been most careful to susain.
Every quality of a toilet article that
ivill he aitractive 10 a particular user is pes
iessed by these preparation*!.
A". ft E. i'v-rano Tooth Powder 15c
A". ft- E. Hair Tonic 25< and 50c
IV. X- E. Benzoin and Almond Cream 25c
A*. ft- E. Rose Water and Glycerin 15c
IV. A- E. Benzoin 35c
IV. ft- T,. Toilet Water. Cbloris Violet.
50c and $1.00
5*. ft E. Pot Pourri 50<' and $1.00
[V. ft I.. Old English I'lower 50e
X. 'ft I.. Florentine Orris Root 25c and 50c
X. ft- I.. lavender Smelling Salts... .50c and $2.00
IV. ft I,. Original Bouquet Soap. 10c cake:
X. ft E. Cucumber and Almond Soap. 8e
cake; dozen 00c
SV. ft E. Turkish Bath Soap. 5o cake; dozen..50c
X. ft I.. Riviera Violet Soap. 10c cake;
X. ft T,. Atlantic Sea Salt. 10e bag: dozen. .$1.10
X. ft E. Fniversal Cleaning Fluid 18c and 50c
X. ft.- I,. Household Ammonia. 10e bottle;
Main floor, G at.
tly Half Reguh
rv one knows, are one of th,
' frocks, and this particuh
i choice stripe ' and checkei
toven colors oc preen, Ugh
junds, with flecks of white
is been one o the largest
i - - - a o j
J/Tlte Of yuru>. \s usiny i
/ Half Price?\2?*
on. Commence- I S
not participate lu BB
siness ; there is
lisplays in the KSSo^ST'
hemselvcs. and Bjy ^ A
s or the fancy
will be used so j/ V
perfection that j #7 \
and this is a
een spoiled by
h. Men V
Blouse is al- Should set
'ith blue serge of'straws'
f the particular likely the
i the best yc
oo each. ^
2;c and 50c: *f"?
5 EACH. AthJ
: in Tennis
; taagh qualU fnp?hetchl
t sizes and f5?c,
?1.00 each. Many
n Club Balls, 30c . lows
n Deuce or Prac- service for
h: $3.00 dozen T?uit?r
ennis Nets, $1.50, 1 TOUSer 51
? each. to the sho\
00, $2.00 and Jo.50
irking Tapes. $4.00 The Values
et. Clothing and ?h
era. $1.00 Mich.
21 o tl
That Show the El
livery \ear the stv
tollow more closely the
j especially noticeable, bu
I he new Bathing J
1 tortable and perfect fitt
1 ideas from skirts and g
I All-wool Tersev T
I Tights with feet, $3.75 ,
j Third floor. G *t.
Bathing Caps arc
styles as hats. Rubber
who prefer the plain c
hued caps, some of Rc
dainty cap for the bead
side, some with tie in f
like the foliage and rib
is of rubber?all caps w
ing will prove their dis1
35c to $ 1.50 each. '
Third floor. G St.
e most modish mate
1 designs of many
t blue, black and
sellers of the seao
this special pur_
u / n
IN THE STC
er assortments are displ
for any man to walk in
If according to his own
one seeks for the warm
yho Haven't Their
raw Hats Yet
! our showing before they
is easily the best collection
we have ever had, and very
hat you get from us will be
>u ever had at the price.
o, $3.00 and $4.00
Straw Sailors in
the wanted styles.
Bankoks and Leghorns,
imas, $4.65 and up.
CllV. V^< 11UV1 T?
ist underwear men can wear,
le most comfortable, as well
isiest to get on and off.
arments and union suits in
icest makes and fabrics.
$1.00 and upward.
Blue Serge Si
Selecting His Fi
times we have spoken of
teral, but if we were to s
emphasis it would be tf
nits. Tust at this time
ving of Blue Serges tor t
at $12.50 and $15 a
ioes. Second floor. F street. Furois
NEW BATHING SUITS
rfective Application of New Style
Ie changes in Bathing and Beach Costunu ideas
of general fashions. This season ii
t they are just that much prettier as a rc-uh
suits are not only fashionable, but are cum
ing. and in trimming have borrowed main
Silk Suits are \cry beautiful,
and embrace taffetas, satin- and
moire silks: these arc in tw>
piece style, skirt and waist, and
arc to be worn with all-wo, >!.
tights. Mohair and jersey cWlisfashion
the more practical suit-,
with bloomers or tights, as di
. _ sired.
V?Departures in color and novel
style ideas are numerous. Varict*
> J r"" in collars is one of the interesting
points?sailor and round collar-,
or collars pointed in back, some
of Roman or Persian silk, otln rtrimmed
with self material in con
trasting or self colors, anil many
finished with a fancy tie. Tunic
effects arc seen in the more c\
pensive skirts, others with -cr in
: panel of striped silks.
^ Shown in sizes ^4 to 46. and in
-1 black, navy blue, green and lavender.
ights. knee length. to So.75. ler-ov
,50 to SD5.00 each.
is for Seashore and Beacr?.
offered in nearly as many new and pretty
caps in many styles, of one color for tho-r
one /-?? cnmKtii'jfiritis nf unrl titan \ -
>man silk that will delight those seeking a
i. Round shapes, some with rosettes on eaeh
ront. some with trimming' that looks exact 1\
bon obtained in the millinery, except that it
hich every one should ask to see. for the -co
rinctiveness from former offerings.
Those with foBiage, S2.S0 and $2*7"
THE PURE FOOD STORE
Invites your attention to the demonstration <?f
Red Wing: Grape Juice which it is now < on?iu. t
ing. The merits and quality of this Granc Jut *.
the particular process of making wilV( be intelligently
explained by our demonstrate!*: v
Bridal Brand Stringrless Beans, tender and
delicious: a few remaining cases to he closed
out at once. f
20c can ; 6 for St.oo.
Riverside Brand Telephone Peas: extra
tender and well flavored; usually sold at 15c ran.
2 cans for 25c; $1.45 dozen.
Imported Danish Condensed Milk. "Flag
Brand": absolutely pure and wholesome.
9c can: 3 for 25c.
j Caraja Coffee, rich in aroma* and excellent in
I flavor; a regular 35c value.
30c lb.: 5 lbs. for Si.45.
La Sevlllana Brand Extra Fancy MammnUl
! Olives: a new shipment just received, both plain
! and stuffed.
Special price. 23c bottle.
Premier Brand Pork and Beans, with tamate
Special price. 10c can: Sr. 15 dozen.
Fifth floor. F st.
Specially Priced for Saturday.
Delicious, rich and tasty chocolate con
fections specially priced.
Special price, 28c pound.
Special price, 31c 1h. box.
Chocolate-covered Peanut Hri11'
Special price, 30c lb. box.
J Fifth floor. Tenth st.
IRE FOR MEN
aved in the greatest amplitude, making
here and find just what he wants to atideas
of style, and with the comfort
i and sultry days of summer.
E SUMMER SUDTS ?'c ll"-' ^"rt- ,
st for men to buy, because they arc '
liable: splendidly made, fashionabh
vied and excellently tailored. An in
ection of the display will come near to
nvincing any man that we have
hieved our purpose in supplying the
st at the most reasonable prices.
Our $25.00 Suits
^re Beyond Comparison.
s priced as low as S15.00 or as high
as S40.00, and the utmost in value
whatever you pay.
Rubber-soled Shoes Are
in the Height of Style.
Most all the young fellows want
this style of shoe for street and outing
wear, and we are able to supply
them; fine tan Russia calfskin in various
shades and several models.
1 lme tor White Shoes.
When warm weather begins young
men. and the older men. too. who dress
according to style and comfort, want
white shoes. Our men's shoe shop is
showing whatever good dresser^' should
i wear. Some with rubber soles, with
and without heels.
White Canvas. $3.50 pair.
Buckskin. $6.00 and $*1.50 pair.
Of light-weight washable materials, in
1 a pleasing variety of colors.
$3.75 and upward.
uits for the Boy
rst Long Trousers.
our "special service to the young fclingle
out one particular branch of this
lat devoted to securing the First Long
we direct your most careful attention
toys 15 to 20 years of age.
re much better than usually found |
hings. Main floor.