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X: & 1 YO UR STO RE 42, hK : 0RY GOODS GO. k - iat ,--P? I El. Si 2 1 IS 'i 4 , & mm li 'Q V WJO ' CltAl teL Fl ji r ri '"" '-- ' . -emu . - . - i :. s : wn ,h,i ..i 5 ill a l i g ,sXLLkil SALE out 50.00Q sq. ft. of floor space to be added when alterations are cdtnpleted this will be the most modern store the state. Great price reductions must be made to move all stocks quickly. All stocks must be sold as they arrive make room for new lots arriving dailv. Many new departments tolbe added. Rear buildings to be torn down our main floor to be turned over to the builders. So we must clear the way. " NOW. "GOING N BON'T MISS IT! Cut prices will prevail in all departments during al " terations WATCH US GROW. 4 ,4 Rebuilding $aie of-Fur Coals and Fur Pieces $25.00 Black or .urown uooney, y. b 9??R!arf( Ponv Coat S22.75 $75.00 Natural Pony, Coat with C9Q 7Q Hoittpt nnlla-r" and' Cuff S. $50.00 Plain. Natural Pony $2275 Coat, .....--'.- $50.00 Brown Marmot 0oat $22.75 $50.00 FiVe. Skin skunk 04 75 Muff .... 't0 liiuok Xynx Muff : - $19.75 mfA-i - V $25X0 iNatural Skunk, Muff , . T. . $16.75 ''0- f 2 f ! I I FOR THURSDAY ONLY J 1 $25X0 Black. Fox ,XIuff $16.75 $16.50 Black Fox . Muff - $ 1 1 7 5 $35:C0 ITatural ' $15.00 Saccoon, . . J ' $2&X0'2Tatural- ,". $10.75 Kaccoou $18.75 Black "iox $12.75 Muff,.. ... $12.75 Black Fox Muff, $25.00 "Natural Raccoon, $15.00 Natural Baccoon, $9.75 $12.75 $8.75 o o o NO MAITi ORDERS The Following Items Will Be Sold" Subject , to . , These Conditions: ' No 1 No No. -Refunds Exchanges Ct O. D.'s 11 - ) Because We Offer These Items '.. ; jWHY? - at Cost and- in Some Instances Less than Cost. ' Come Karly, for Ixts May Not T.ast Through the: Day. .. ; $1.00 WOMEN'S PETTICOATS ........ Ol fine Muslin and Nainsook, bounces of Val. lace and various patterns oi" embrodery. ' $1.00 ALL LEATHER HAND BAGS. .... Liixed -througiiout with .Xjeatlier and Ittings. . $i.uu iuuBE dresses; s . . In Stripe'and Check Gingham, All sizes. VOILE WAISTS, ...... All Over . Embroidered and tace Trimmed., 74c 74c 74c 74c Rstuini Sals' ot HOSIERY ' WbxnexL'&v 50c Onyx 2xoset silk lisle, -with : ngh spliced heelj double garter 33 C top, 15c , ; black . cotton hose, ribbed c top, mr:m r, m Em - ReSaCJbg Sale cf $l.COfast black79c Tjladies' or. men's big iriassortment oi nanoies to select irom, tttt T o m $2.00 Crepe de Chine Waists," all new late der signs, also Chiffon taffe- 1 tas in white. maize,- flesh, blue and sand. Only 300 in the lot. All to g6 at urn Rcbuildino Sale of Silk Knit Underwear SILK UNII.nWKAR AT SAI;E PRICES. Italian SUfe -vests in pink or white,. Regi $1.98 ' ' -t . : -'.1 lieg. $ 1 .50 Italian Silk, or- Orepe-de-chine ankle len&lh. Bloomers. i-.'f" . -i. - . . Jif. $2. Women's I'xtra size wool vests and pants. Beg $J.OO ..... Odds and . Ends in women's silk mixed -vests, and pants. ' '- - ' "i Reg.'' 3 l.OO . . . . . . . ;' . -Extra Sizes Women's fleece' lined vests. Reg. SOc -. . . ........ . Women's Meditun wi-itrlit vests and pants. Kegr. 49c-and 59c $1.79 $1.39 $2.69 . . 74c 59c , . 69c . i 29c . . 89c Women's Virion Suits low 'neck, sleeveless, or short sleeves, lace mm, ngni imee or imiue lengta , ? - v . - v '' . ..i. ;,- .-Reg. ,50C: ........I 42c - "v.-- -Extra Sixes 59o . . . . 4c "Women's vests, low neck, sleevless or short sleeve, pants, ti&ht knee or lace trim. Reg 25c ........... f .... 2 .......... . . . . . 21c Extra- sizes 29c . v 24c Children's fleece lined Vests and Pants. Reg. 25c 17c Boys' Grey fleece lined Union Suits. Reg. 50c" i.. J .... 39c Boys and girls'- wool , union, suits... Beg." $1.00 ... i ........ . . 89o !...; Reg, $1.25 i..-: a :'8c Rebuilding Sale of coats mm svwws $25.00 and $30.00 Sample Spring Suits OlO in gabardine,, poplin and serge, . . .... P0 I O -ssLl 1 $25.00 and $30.00 ' Broadcloth, c--vr-. piam ana iur v eivet, 7S i Rebuilding Sal i oi adies Keckwear v 25c Neckwear .including lawn collars, em broider ed'collarsi net collars, lawn sets, "I o ; vestees, etc., : . . . . ..... -Q :-s- r 98c: Neckwear including guimpes in black or white and ecru, lawn vestees and collar Q. and cuff sets, J , 99c Rebuilding Sale oi Petticoats $7.00 . Crepe de Chine Petticoats, navy, CA Q C taupe, king blue, brown and wisteria, $2.00 Silk Messaline Petticoat, all Q9 $1.25 Black Sateen fitted waist-band Petticoat, . . , .V. . 1 S I' 1 ti M, 2 11 $1.00 Black Sateen Petticoats, . . . 79c 1 I LM':. ill J?1-0OExtra trimmed suits, . . . Balance of all our $15.00 and $20.00 Fall Suits of all materials, $5.75 $18.00 Arabian Lamb Coats, lined throughout with guaran teed satin, 50 in. long . . 1 TTL. S9.75 $18.00 and $20.00 Velours, Broadcloth 0' 7C and Mixture Coats : . . vO. $10.00 All Wool Chinchilla and Mix- 1 no ture Coats, your choice at . . . '. . , v O O Rebuilding Sab of SHIRTWAISTS $4.00 and $5.00 Flowered Crepe de Chine Waists, Your $9 QC choice ........ v.O $3.00 Voile, Waists, em broidered ; fronts, mili- taire, all new : ? 1 7A x a . ... , ,. Rebuilding Sale of Gloves $3.00 long black kid gloves, 16 button length, self stitch C?" j 7fi and small black buttons, V $1.25 Pique gloves, gray tan, black or white . . . i ; . ......... one clasp, 0 Rebuililing S!3 cf Mil 1 ieer oh: pats, : "-t All new, shapes, nice; s? i ly trimmed. V - " - , )j Third Floor .y,C Perty. Eor.es All leather contain ing from three -to. five fittings ' in red, : black, brown - etc. '. Reg. $1.24 87c Ree. $1.49 ... 97c Reg. $1.97 .... $1.24 Reg. $2.49 .... $1.74 OZONE Soap Sc Cake . - OZONE ROW DEB Pkg. WARNER ' , , IUtASUbJ IiKRl-iS made of all over em broidery and lace over net, 'others trimmed with linen lace value S2.00 ....... $1.19 $1.50 98c $1.25 7c .9c v 59c Ixt of heantiful caml solic, made of - all over lace and satin ribbon others made of., linen lace and ribbon, "Value $2.00 Sale price . . 97c Value $1.00 1 Sale price 67c REBlTrLiTm SAIE OP HOTJSE v. .' lURNlSHrNOS - ALIj COPPEK BOTTOM ; . . - - . WASH -. BOTIjEKS No. 7. Kce. $1.25. ,.-. .51-00 No. 8. Res. $l.t). Sale - Cl'lfl w v price' . . HARUWOOD STEP-LADDER. with pail rest 4 ft. size. iSC Sale Price 5 ft size RQc Sale Price $4.00 STATION ARY TUB WRINGER Sale price S3.24 REBUILDING SALE OF FURNISHINGS IfOUSE i : ' 1 JAPAX.VE1) VVAIU : ; Roll top - -bread or Cake Box. ; Regular 59c Sale 39c Price Large YY lute Regular price $1.00 Sale Price -700 In 1 ant Bath . Tuisj Rebuilding 'Sale o! Muslin Underwear NIGHT GOWNS. Ijadies' slip over gowns nainsook and batiste, i v lace and embroidery trimmed $2.25 and $2.00 .-.- value to sell for $1.87 $1.25 and $1.00 value to sell for 87c 59c value to sell ot .... ". . . . . 44c Xiadies' hi?H necks gowns, : yokes of hemstitched tucks and embroidery; Regular . and extra ' sizes. $1.25 and $1.00 value to sell for -. .87c 59c value to sell for i . . 44c PETTICOATS. , Ladies' petticoats, fine muslin . and nainsook flounces of vaL lace and various patterns of embroideries, some circular flounces. Regular $2.25 and $2.00 to sell for ........ $1.69 Reg. $1.50 and $1.25 to sell for . . . .'. $1.19 Reg. $1.00 to sell fox . . . . 74c COMBINATIONS.. , ,. , . . Ijadies combination. ii ne nainsook and batiste Iace and embroidery trimmed . rufTleson drawers, covers trimmed back and iront. Reg. S3.00 values to sell lor $2.39 Reg. $2.25 and $2.00 value to sell for - . ; . $1.87 Reg. $1.25 value to still for it..- 98c tics. $1.00 value to sell for . b?c - ' . ' DRAWERS. ' - " Idies' drawers nainsook, batiste, crepe .and soft muslin lace and em broidery trimmed circular straight and Helene styles. . Reg. $1.25 value . . . . '. . 98c Reg Sl.OO value 74c Reg. .50c value i 44c ' Reg. 25o value i . . ... . . .' . . .'. .... . . . 19c ; CORSET COVERS. :: i Ijadies' corset covers and camisoles lace and embroidery .trimmed. Reg. $1.25 value to sell for ... .... . ..V. . ... . 98c Reg. $1.00 value to sell for 74c Reg. 50c value to sell for ............ V. ... .-, 44c Reg. 25civalue to sell for . , 19c S . .- : CHEMISE. Ladies' chemise, nainsook and batiste, top trimmed with val. lace and swiss embroidery; embroidery trimmed ruffles. Reg. $1.25 value ; . . - - - , , . . 87c TScr. Sl.OO value ,- . 74c Rebuilding Sale ol ' BLANKETS 2C( $2.57 full size heavy Woolnap blankets, CO nA silk finished . ..w.. O-----4- $1.98 three-quarter size Woolnap : . "i C7 Blankets, ' ." )lOi-. 97c heavy sheet Blankets, . ............. g $1.47 heavy sheet Blankets, . . .;, . . . :$1.18 H H y j A 6 H H I- H .H. A X I y A Q A V a 1 , Rebuilding Sale Embroideries 59c imported Swiss embroideryB flouncings in dainty fine patterns scalloped and " ' hem stitched. . at 33c 3,d' Reg. 69c at .. .49c Rebuilding Sale Embroideries $1.00 Swiss embroidery all over design, hem stitched ruffled with lace ' insertions a . big value at $t.00 69c yd- Rebuilding Sale Embroideries Embroidery strips edg ings, Tinsertions,.. galooiis and beadlngs. - i ' IOt No. 1. Iteg. 9c ". .4c Ixt. Jfo. 2. Reg. 12c . c Ix)t No. 3 Reg. 150 Ci" 6c I.ot No. 4 Beg. 17c lie Ivt No. 5. Res, 19c . 14c REBUIU)IVG SALE OP HOUSE FURNISHINGS " ' GALVANIZED WARE LARGE,, GALVAN IZED. WASH .'- TUBS Reg. 75c Size At Sale Price . . tARGE GARBAGE CANS with cover. Sale Price . g- REBUILDING SAIjE OF . , FURNISHING S HOUSE KNIVES! KNIVES! KiMVES! All Sheflield Steel i- Including Butcher Knives, Can-ing Knives. Bread Knives, Slicers, Etc. at Less Than One-lialf Irice. LOT NO. 1 Values to 7 5c . Your choice. 29c LOT NO. 2 Values to $1.00 Your choice. - 39c LOT NO. 3 i Values to SI. 25 Your clioice. 40c - A V' 11 EFFECT OF WAR ON -- EXPORTS OF HORSES. .:. - v :.y . -.- . . V ; JBy '3.'"A"BeH Senior Animal Husband mn, 'Bureau' aC -Animal Industry. During: - the four months September to December, 1914, inclusive about 75, KK) borsea- were exported . from the ilJnited. States. In addition to these severali thousand more have been .pur chased for expqr by the agents of the warring'. nations. It has been feared by some i t:ia.t . there would ' Ue such large numbers exported as to sause an acute shortage" of horses t in this country. There .is, " however, no apparent tm mediate danger of .this. , ' . ' The 1910 census gave 3,182,789 as the number of horses not on farms. Thero hais probably not been any appreciable decrease in - that number since then. That number added to the 21i95,00O, the number estimatfed by the Depart ment of Agriculture, on . farms- Jan uary 1, 1915, makes a total of over 24, i00,000 horses in' this country, and we could sell two or three, "times -the num ber already exported without there be. ing an appreciable shortage of work horses. Three, times the "number ex ported in the last three months of the past year, or 225,000, would bei less than -one per cent of our horse-stocks. Furthermore the Jtind of horses which have been purchased are, for the most part ve,ry ' mediocre 'animals, which would ordinarly . would sell for . less than $100 per head and are a class Of which wlf qan be, well afford to be rid. But a small percentage of the anr. Imals exported are, mares and most of these are doubtlessly either, old mares or nonbreeders. , . .. ' The big demand for horses will, prob ably occur after peace has been de clared. At that time the countries now at war, with the exception of Russia, will ..no doubt be very short of horses for. their agricutural and --other, work. 'According to the best information ob tainable European Russia had, prior to the outbreak of the war,. a.bout 25, 000,000, horses and is the only- country having "more horsesn than the United States. This country and Russia have 50 per cent of all the horses in the world. The world's stock is estimated to be about 100,000,000. A very large, number of the horses in Eussia. will be - destroyed in the war and the re mainder .will be needed by '.Russia for per pwn' agricultural .and -other work. The demand on this country' which has one- fourth of the - world's supply of horses,, will, there foree, 'will be large and will probably continue for a number of years, for the rehabilita tion of the depleted horse stock of any other country is slow process. This country however, will be in position to . meet the demand if the farmers owning good mares will see that they are bred. The owners of such mares should see that they are bred to high class stallions and produce the kind of stock for which there is always a good market. The production of su perior' animals- of any kind is generally profitable, while the production of in ferior ones is seldom so. The break in foreign exchange to 4.81 is the lowest in a generation. - John C. Banner, president of Stan ford University, resigned, . to become effective, July 3i. Sergeant Thomas J. Donlon, S4 yea v old, last 'survivor of the crew of tlin Monitor, died of heart trouble at Springeflld, Mass. Killing 27,000 men in Kuropo doesn't draw any great crowd arouinl the bulletin boards, - but wait unlit they put' 27 men out in th tn t league ball game of the '"-'