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16 THE S4 WASHINGTON AfiHIAGTO TIMES TFERDAY Y MAY 1fA Y 31 1910
WALKING 16000 MILES MILESTO MILESTOIN
TO TOIN WIN 4OOOWAGER 4OOOWAGEROn 4000 WAGER WAGEROne
One On Bet Won by Meeting MeetingWooing MeetingVooing MeetingWooing
Wooing and Wedding WeddingWithin WeddingVithin WeddingWithin
Within Hour HourBALTIMORE HourBALTIMORE HourBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE May 3L nHaving Having walked walkedsome walkedsome walkedsome
some 13800 miles George E Hufer and andbte andbl andhIR
bte bl wife Gertrude Edith Helen Mar Margaret Margaret Iar Iargaret ¬
garet McCloskey Rufer are resting resUlt In InBaltimore InBaltimore inBaltimore
Baltimore before flnI finishing hung the 16000 16000miles 16000miles 60001niles
miles they set out to tramp In orderto ordertowin order to towin towin
win a wagor Involving 4900 Kufer Kuferis
is a son n of George Gio o Kufer of 1828 11 North NorthBradford Northliradford NorthIradford
Bradford street streetKufer streetKuter streetKufer
Kufer has been walking since April 23 231W9
1W9 11 when hen he left Chicago to walk walkjn000 walk1rooo
jn000 miles In sixteen months for a apurs IIIHonre acrse
purs crse of 2 2OfoO < HX offered orr red by the Chicago ChicagoJUlmola ChicagolIinol ChicagoIlinois
IHonre JUlmola lIinol and Empire Athletic clubs of ofthat ufthat ofthat
that city In addition he has a side bet beto betof
o of 51500 1500 with a member of the Empire EmpireClub EmphoChb EmpireClub
Club that he can complete the trip tripThe tripTh tripThe
The Th other 5500 500 already has been won wonKufer wonKufer = on onKufer
Kufer got It by meeting courting and andjnarrying andmaming andp
p jnarrying his wife all in one hour hourSomebody hourSomebody hourSomebody
Somebody bet him he couldnt do it itlut It1ut itbut
but when he met Miss McCloskey In InWoodvNle inoodvtlle InWoodville
WoodvNle Ohio ho wonThe won wonThe WonThe
The terms of the trip make it a little littlearduous littlearduous littlearduous
arduous Kufer left Chicago without withouta
a cent and Is not allowed to ask as assistance assistance assistance ¬ I
sistance The only source of income incomeof
of the pair is the money they derivefrom derive derivefrom
from the sale of post cards So far they I
have managed to make expenses expensesFailure expensesMADMAN expensesMADMAN
MADMAN USES GUN GUNTO GUNTO
TO a MAKE MAN DANCE DANCEI DANCEa I
Failure of Latter to Do as asOrdered asOrdered asOrdered
Ordered Results in His HisBeing HisBeing HisBeing
Being Shot ShotWATBRBURT ShotVATERBURY ShotWATERBURY
WATERBURY Conn May 31 31Be 31Because 31Bef Be Because ¬
f cause Joseph Denison is a poor dancer dancerhe da dancerhe cer cerbe
he was shot several times and seriously seriouslywounded senoulywounded seriouslywounded
wounded in Lovers Lane near h here hereb hereby re reby
by b Simon Stokes who had suddenly suddenlygone suddenl suddenlbone suddenlygone
gone crazy cra For the dance with a re revolver reolver revolver ¬
volver accompaniment Stoke selected selectedthe ael selectedthe ted tedthe
the > spot where here Bnm Kulvluskae a aPolander aPol aPolander
Polander Pol ander was as recently cent1 shot and cut to todeath todeath todeath
death for which Joe Mitchell and Sophia SophiaKirchman SophiaKirchman SophiaKirchman
Kirchman were sent to the penitentiary penitentiaryStokes penitentiaryStokes penitentiaryStokes
Stokes took a great interest 111 i the theKirchman the1iirchman thekirchman
Kirchman woman at the trial and when whenshe whenshe whenshe
she was convicted he seemed > > to lose his hismind hismind hismind
mind He has since threatened to punish punishthose punishthose punishthose
those who had a hand in her capture captureDenison captureDenison captureDenison
Denison did not know that friends in injoking Injoking ineking
joking with the insane in ane man had told toldrn
him rn that Denison was the responsible responsibleman responsibleman
man He laughed at Stokes when the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter met him on the road and told him himto himto himto
to dance danceIll
111 bet youll ouU dance now Stokes Stokescried Stokescried Stokescried
cried drawing a big revolver revolverDenison roolverDenison revolverbenison
Denison began to dance In a half halfhoarted halfhlarted halfhearted
hearted way wayDance wayDance wayDance
Dance harder cried the crazy crazyman orazymun crazyntun
man punctuating his order with a ashot ashot ashot
shot from the gun gunDenison gunDenison gunIenison
Denison danced his hardest but still stilldid stilldl stilldid
did dl not suit ult Stokes who ordered him himto himto htmto
to clog Denison did not know how howto howto howto
to dance the clog stop and Stoke Stokeapromptly Stokeromptly Stokespromptly
promptly shot him when he was un unable unable unable ¬
able to continue his dance tho mad madnan mndTitan madtan
nan fired again againStokes againStokes againStokes
Stokes took to the woods and the thepolice thepollee thepollee
pollee have beon unable to find any anytrace anytrace anytrace
trace of him It is feared that he has hascommitted hascommttted hascommitted
committed suicide Denison consid considered consfdHod considered ¬
ered himself lucky that he wa was not notkilled notJ notkilled
killed killedBLIZZARD J killedBLIZZARD med medBLIZZARD
BLIZZARD ON GREAT LAKES LAKESCALUMET LAKESCALUMET LAKESCALUMET
CALUMET Mich May ILLake L Lake Su Superior Superior Superior
perior and the surrounding country are arein areIn arein
in the grip of a fierce blizzard with withhigh withhigh withhigh
high northwest northw t winds and a heavy heavysnow ho8YYsnow heavysnow
snow All vessels are asking sekin ports of ofrefuge ofrEtuge ofrefuge
refuge from the gale A heavy sea is isrunning i irunning isrunning
running all along the southern coast coaatWire COtUJtWire coastWire
Wire and train service are practically
demoralized demoralizedRead dmoraUzedRead demoralizedRead
Read this rollicking fullofaction ro romance 10manct romance ¬
mance mance of the American Revolution RevolutionThe RevolutionThe
The Blue Oceans Daughter by Cyrus CyrusT CyrusTownsend CyrusTownsend
T Townsend wnsend Brady Bradybegins begins in The Timestoday Times Timestoday I Itoday
today
COMETTARRIESDAY COMET TARRIES ARRIESDA DAYORTWO DAYORTWOIN Y ORTWO ORTWOIN
IN ITS RUSH OUT OF SIGHT SIGHTNow
Now 46000000 Miles Distant From the Earth It May MayBe MayBe MayBe
Be Seen Tonight and nd Perhaps for Several SeveralEvenings SeveralE SeveralEvenings
Evenings E venings Yet
If your head has grown rown to the middle middleo
of o > your our back by this time and chances chancesare
are ten to one it has why it will bo bojust boju bejust
just ju t as 1l easy as 1l not to take on one last lastdistinct lastdl8tinet lastdistinct
distinct and a satisfying look at Hailers Halleyscomet Haneyscomet Hailerscomet
comet tonight According to Father FatherFrancis FathorFrane18 FatherFrancis
Francis A Torndorf of the Georgetown GeorgetownObservatory GeorgetownObaervatcJj GeorgetownOh
Observatory Oh servatery the sensational visitor has hasalready hasalready
already traveled a few million miles milesaway milesaWy milesaway
away from earth and is woll upon its itslittle ItsUtUe itslittle
little seventyfive year jaunt through throughthe throughtho throughthe
the heavens hoa ens To be exact Halleys Halleyscom Halleyscomet Halleyscomet
com comet t tail and all is now 46060000 60e0 OO miles milesfrom mUesfrom milesfrom
from earth says Father Torndorf and andit andIt andit
it isnt to be wondered at if two bril brilliance brllJlance brilliance ¬
liance of the celestial celo tlal beauty is Isn n the thewane thewane thewane
wane waneAlthough waneAlthough waneAlthough
Although the astronomers have told toldus toldus toldus
us that the comet would be visible for forthe forthe
the last time on the evening evenln of May 31 31ls 31its
ls admirers may take comfort in tho thofact thotact thefact I I
fact that it has made a change in dates datesNow datesNow datesNow I
Now say the astronomical astronomlcnlexper experts J the thenight thecomet
comet may possobly be seen tomorrow tomorrownight I I
night and the next night and so on onIt onIt onIt
It is well to remember however that thata
a few million miles added distance each eachday eachday eachday
day makes a difference and that with witheach witheach witheach
each succeeding watch party held on onVIRGINIANS onVIRGINIANS onVIRGINIANS
VIRGINIANS PLAN PLANTO PLANTO PLANTO
TO ADVERTISE STATE STATEA
A number of Washingtonians are in inRichmond inRichmond inRichmond
Richmond today attending a meeting meetingcalled meetingcalled meetingcalled
called by Governor Mann ann to consider the thebest thebest thebest
best means of advertising the resources resourcesand resourcesnDd resourcesand
and opportunities of Virginia VirginiaThe VlrginlThe VirginiaThe
The meeting will be largely attended attendedby
by men interested in the advancement of ofthe otthe ofthe
the State industrially Indu trflly and agriculturally
It Is not known what form of advertis ¬
ing will bo made to let the nation know knowwhat knowwhat knowwhat
what Virginia has to offer for invest investment investment investment ¬
ment
the top of t the roof roo the comet grows growsmore growsmore
more indistinct indistinctPublio indistinctPublic indistinctPublic
Public interest in and enthusiasm enthusiasmfor
for the astral visitor however have havenot have1I0t havenot
not waned Not an evening passes passesthat passesthat
that there are net a throng of visitors visitorsat
at the Naval Observatory Ob ervatory and at atGeorgetown atGeorgetown atGeorgetown
Georgetown Unverslty Observatory Observatorywhile Observatorywhile
while watch parties from the roof of ofevery otoery ofevery
every large apartment house continue continueFor continueFor
For the benefit of the thousands who whohave whohaye whohave
have not had access to a telescope telescopebut
but have had to depend upon the nak naked naked ¬
ed d eye while hlle stargazing it may be bewell beell bewell
well ell to state that the comet when whenseen wh u useen 1lfleen
seen through a telescope tele cope isnt so somuch sortucli
much grander after all allappearing appearing to tolt tob tobe
lt b nothing more than a star floating floatingIn
In mist mistAnd mistAnd mistAnd
And so while there will be a chance chanceof
of seeing Mr Halleys discovery to tomorrow tonight tomorrow ¬
morrow night and still again the saf sarest safoat
eat plan is to watch tonight Of Ofcourse Ofcourse
course your our neck hurts and your youreyes youreyes
eyes burn but when hen your our grandchil grandchildren grandchlldren grandchildren ¬
dren talk about comets and such suchthings suchthings
things think how superior you will willfeel willfel willfeel
feel when you ou say sayyes 8ayYes sayYes
yes thats very true but then it itcant itcant
cant compare with Halleys comet cometWhy cometWhy
Why rhy that comet etc etc ad adinflnltum adStop adinfinitum
infinitum infinitumStop inflnltumThose
Stop Cough CoughThose
Those hard night coughs of the chi children chidren ¬
dren What WbatshsUyougivethem shall you give them Just Justwhat Justwhat I Iwhat
what your mother gave you and just justwhat justwhat 1 1what
what her mother gave her In some somefamilies somefamilies somefamilies
families Ayers Cherry Pectoral has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been the only cough medicine for forseventy forseventy forseventy
seventy years Once in the family familystays familystaYI familystays
stays Keep Keepit It on hand handAsk handAJc handApp
Ask your doctor if he endorses Aycra AycraCherry AgusCherry AgerCheny
Cherry Pectoral for fo the cough and colds colt of ofchildren ofchildren
children d l ren Do as Q he says ag3 > wsn l Yu 1
This S Guaranteed GuaranteedLeonards GuaranteedLeonards
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of service seniceThis 8miceThis serviceThis
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inches wide 39 30i inches mgh Hi 14 Inches deep and ha has an Ice Icecapacity icecapacity
capacity of 45 pounds poundsThe pound9The poundsThe
The outer case is of ash and the panels of genuine quartered qta oak
highly polished poU bed Has two wo large tinned wire wi shelves all interior palttiremovable partsremovable parts partsremovable
< removable tor cleaning and has hasto seven separate cold retaining retalnln walls wallsP wallsLeonard
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TO GIVE READING READINGMiss
Miss Clara Hill daughter of Represen Representative Repre Repreeentative n ntat1vt ¬
tative Hill or Connecticut Conncct t is chairman chairmanof
of o the committee on arrangements for forPie telsbc forthe
Pie reading which Miss Lola La Fol Folltte 101IttUe Follette
ltte will give Thursday evening at th thArlington the tJMArllruton theArlington
Arlington Hotel The other otherof member memberof membersof
of the committee are Altos A1I Mabel M bl Foe Foster 1 Foetar < 08 08ter ¬
ter Mtoe Mi Harriette J T Hlfton Miss M Anna AnAaC
C Kelton Mis Miss McNamara MIN Alice AliceT AliceT
T T 1 Jenkins and Mrs Rachel Brill Eze EzeMJ
kiel kielMics j jSites I
Sites MJ s La Follette who te an ardent ardentsutrr ardentsurragist j
surrntRlet sutrr rlst will n read How the Vote Was WastVon I
Won for the I Isuffrage
benefit pf the womans womanssuffrage
suffrage sutfr o headquarters here I
White Brussels net coats coatsRegular coatsReguIar coatsRegular
Regular 10 and
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1250 values valuesThreequarter valuesIhre valuesThreequarter
Threequarter Ihre uartcr lengths with long longsleeves longsleevlS longsleeves
sleeves Made to wear with 1th the
dainty summer frocks or evenin
dresses Embroidered or braided in
beautiful designs de lgnas Some trimmedwith trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwith
with medallions of Irish lace on ontne ontne onthe
tne sleeves sleeveslst 1st floor noorNeckwear noorNeckwearSection floorNeckwearsection Neckwear NeckwearSection
Section
LAWNS AND DIMITIES corded cordedchecked cocdedchecked cordedchecked
checked and striped 100 00 pieces and and2O
2O 0 ditterent styles styl to t select selectfrom MIectfrom electfrom
from Regularly 12lc a yard 83 83tipedl Q3 Q3special 3 3Medal
special tomorrow O4C O4CLINEN 4C 4CLINEN 4CLINEN
LINEN FINISHED PERCALE PERCALEa PERCALESUIerk
a superior > r quality 36 inches inchesspecial IDcbewide incheswide
wide regularly 19c a yard 111 111i 1 1special
i special specialENGLISH > eJa 2C 2CENGLISH 2CENGLISIi
ENGLISH NAINSOOK silk fin finished finisbcl finished ¬
ished imported iIIlpor d material 40 40inches 40inches
inches wide an actual 29c 9c qual quality qualIty quality ¬ 15
ity special a yard yardFirst anl C CFirst CFirst
First Floor F1oorWbIte White Goods
COLLEGE GIRLS GIRLSRUN GIRLSRUN GIRLSRUN
RUN ELEVATOR ELEVATORChicago ELEVATORChicago ELEVATORChicago
Chicago University Xomens Dor Dormitory Dormitory Dormitory ¬
mitory Cages Handled Only OnlyI Onlyby Onlyby
I by the CoEds CoEdsCHICAGO CoEdsCHICAGO I ICHICAGO
CHICAGO May 8L 3lL M H McLean McLeansuperintendent McIAansuperintendent feLo n nsuperintendent
superintendent of buildiitsB and aJMJgrounds aJMJgroundsfor grounds groundsfor groundsfor
for the University Uni Mty of Chicago is em amployieg employing omploytug ¬
ploying elevator girls girlsThe blrlsThe girlsThe
The girls operate the cages in Green Greenand Groenand Greenand
and Foster dormitories dormlt rlo for women atj at atthe atthe
the university Mere fere man is not per1 per1mitted per permitted permitted
mitted above the first ftr t floor of these thesebuildings thesebulldlnp thesebuildlrgs
buildings even if he should be chained chainedto
to the interior of the elevator cage
TWO FAST CLUBS WE ARE FOR PLAYGROUNDS HELP THE CAUSE CAUSEPlayground CAUSEPlayground CAUSEPlayground
Playground Baseball Day Saturday June 4th American League Park ParkChamber ParkChamber ParkChamber
Chamber of Commerce vs Knights of Columbus
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10 SALE WOMEN OUTERGARMENTS OUTERGARMENTfDifferent Vin
1 40 Different Lots LotsesVaIuesa Values up to 30 3025c
25c mercerized pongee and 29c satin satinstriped satiniCa9 j
striped poplins20OOO iCa9 yards at 16c yd Lj
2 37 different shades shadesamong s hade saniong among them by rarest good fortune fortunethe fortunehe <
the he new Byzantine BY zantlne greens greensfasMons fashions latest love loveA eve eveA cz t
A sale to interest you Out of a thousand purchases we might not again find the color range so replete with the shades that are arein
in in highest favor Here we have the vivid colorings made ma e fashionable by b y that famous French costumer Paul Poiret And in violent
contrast are the rich rare and unfamiliar shades developed from the Chanteder
craze taken and accepted by b Y fashion with an aleagerness aneagerness aneagerness
eagerness positively astonishing Also adaptations from the strange b yet harmonious ads tones of oriental embroideries and mosaics mosaicsThere mosaicsThere mosaicsThere
There are so many variationsjof variations of tone and so Both the Pongee It I t is indeed unusual to find in the medium mediumdifferent mediumdifferent mediumdifferent
different are they that with mere English words it anc and the th Poplin are priced Pr 1CCd wash fabrics the unique and newly newt wly Y developed developedis ices loped °
is impossible im r bie to give intelligible b impressions i essions of them ea1c7h ea1c7h27hlndches eac 17 7 lx 27hlndches 271ncheswie shSeT S shades a es ofPon 0 of Wf WfIpde Ipde d Pon PonIt on line of shades offered ° here as they first find faVOr faVOrIt
thr through the t exclusive xc I uslve silk Ik and wool fabrics f be A AJous
It I t would require the descriptive powers of the var g gees sear 51 auu a ICS ICShe
Jous sous OUS nations atJons from which the t he colors CUlVt t > are gathered gat h er ed to 2 20 0 shades of Poplins dress or suit in In any of the these new shades at once oncesale
sale ale 1st floor lloorbar bar distinguishes you as a tasteful and close follower
QO do thIs
pain gain tables c r uj uj A J
of fashionable tendencies
White goods goods35c
35c French la lawn lawninches
47 47FINE Inches Wide WideFl 19c yd
Fl FINE NE SHEER and In this aldth tb wi wit require but a small amount for a dress dressWe
We have 00 10 pieces to sell at this price a yard tomorrow and It wW go 0 quickly
If you 91 have made up your OW mind to have some come earl early
ST GALL GALL BATISTE BATISTE morcetUela mercerized mercerizedvmrhteh
a vmrhteh ltiggradeh h grade 47 inches wide widerth widedate wideBern
Bern rth l soc a yard specie spe 32c 32cSHEER V VcW
cW date 3LK 3LKSHEER C CSHEER
SHEER DRESS DIMITY 32 inches incheswide incheswide DclMBwide
wide linen thread finish assort assortcd assorted
yardch yardchLINGERIE cd checks ecks and plaids special a ayardch 21 I Iyard
yard 1C 1CLINGERIE c cLINGERIE
LINGERIE CLOTH fine finesheer finesbeec fineshear
sheer quality 40 inches wide wideworth 1 1werth 14
w worth < < 20c Oc special a yard ard 1 1LONG C CLONG CLONG
LONG CLOTH sunbteacbed 36 36ioc 36Dclf18 36inches
inches ioc ee wide 12 yards in a piece 50 50pieces 50pieces 50pieces
pieces only actual 200 300quality fijl Y Yquality
150
quality until sold a piece tylDU cD
SWISS DEMIFLOUNCINGS 18in wide choice of 40 40different 40di1Icrent 40different
different patterns aDd no Df two alike Beautiful designs hi wheat block chrysanthe chrysanthemum ¬
mum shaded leaf and others in bUnd or Angiatse effects otr Kinds that you youwould youI youwould
would gladly pay 58c to SlOO I 100 a yard for f nh Choice i t to r morrow rr a ayard 39c 39cSWISS on onyard
yard = 3 c cSWISS
SWISS DEMIFLOUNCINGS 27in wide and especially especiallyadapted especiallyadapted especiallyadapted
adapted for giving the th Russian tiu sIan blouse effect to white frocks choice of 60 patterns patternsand pctt patternsand < < ns nsand
and no two alike in bllou Angalise and neat or showy effect s including de designs dodaze
signs such as chrysanthemum 1m wheat fifct fil set floral oral and others Embrokl Embroilcr9m 55 IT M Msigns II IIcnes
cries you would consider a bargain at 5100 to Sl50 150 a yd Choice tomorrow at UJC UJC1st C C1st C1st
1st floor floorBargain Bargain Tables
500 TRIMMED HATS 250
1000 TRIMMED HATS 500
1250 TRIMMED HATS 625
What action the Elevator Pilots PilotsUnion PilotsUnion
Union will take on learning that woman womaah88 womanhas womanhaa I
has invaded its province te J not known knownThe knownThe knownThe
The two girl operators at the university universitywill
will probably be left in peace by walking walk W81king walkIng
Ing delegates until the employment of ofgirl ofgirl ofgirl
girl operators pecat ra becomes beo mes a a feature te ture per perhaP perhaps i
haps of downtown office buikttags bulldfagsThe bedidisgaThe i iThe
The two girl operators ton are en a the thejob tltejob thejob
job bright and Ad early earlyGirl earlyGirl earlyGirl
Girl ushers ticket agents and telegraph tele telegraph elegraph ¬
graph operators are muMroM toot this thisiB thlcis Uta UtaIs
is the first ftr t time a girl has feeea be e6R emplcyed em atplcyed employed ¬
plcyed regularly as OH oIa elevator sitter pilot pilotThe pilotThe pilotThe
The Blue Oceans eD Daughter by byCyrus byCyrua byCyrus
Cyrus Townsend Brady ra4y is a astory splendid splendidstory 9pletdfdstory
story fall of heart interact tee It starts startstoday 8tatstoday startstoday
today in The Washington Time Dont Dontfait Doata11 Dontfan
fait a11 to read It
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Parent and Barricades Him Hiaiself Himself Himself
self In Home HomeNASHVILLE HomeHASHV1LLE HomeNASITYTLLL
NASHVILLE T Tessa MU May M y a1 tLNews tLNewsreadied itews itewsreached ws wsJtere
reached here today that Tan Preas Presslabet Prenslr Prenslrabot Preasmot
mot and lid killed his fatiser atb r Jelm J ka Frees Freesly PressI
ly I at KTWI x H mil U Ten TeDlL ye yeater yesterday ter4 ay y Th Thson ThA ThAa ThQson
son a bacBM angry at hi his father be because blC1Ie beeasse ¬
cause th tIN latter refused to let him himhare hl hlhaTe himhaws
hare a a her horse to ride rideIt rideIt rideIt
It is reported that the young mar ma maharrteaded maIs
Is 5 barricaded in his fathers house housedeclares a adeclares > < < 3 3declares
declares h he will not be taken alive Jive
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aM woel Mntarty Iody500 S200 a ayard C1 < r 58 CO COyard
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the wasted shades 1Sgadky 175 175First 7
gadky yard yardFirst r apeeiM a ayard 150 150lks4i
First Moor PIoorD PoorDrses Dress Goods
Embroidery I ILowest 4
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Lowest prices you have e paid paidVe f 0 0We
We repeat iititYou it ityou you have never paid such low prices for such exquisite embrde emb oidenes l e Y as s yo yooverhead y wii ii 1 topirr t J c sw W Those woo saw theoverhead the theyuert theoverhead
overhead display d splay of the DemiFlouncings expressed eXPI ed the greatest gr at t admiration and rtder Y ier that L t t tworth yuert re 10 Z 0 > sold so far ar below actual actualt act actualworth al alworth
worth Brides and others who need embroideries for finishing finishing g touches tounderr to underrtbaS usiins ills or for forto t Lr1e rie r frocks f rotor or waistswiH do well wellto
to buy liberally at these sale prices
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forest patterns erB1 stwwb a IrlJc fac Ct1 tu aaa atf wen upeoWorth eltiro Nru + t ia esgul exquisite a desists
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HALFPRICE TRIMMED HAT S SEvery kLE kLEsemiannual E I ITomorrow
Tomorrow our semiannual semiannualTrimmed eve t starts startsEvery
Every Trimmed Hat in our Millinery Salon to be at exactly half marked price A qrnck i a ctearanci clear dearato lfid d e1 J trot win appeal appealto
to those women who want distinctive style at a low price Included are Hats trimmed wjth withplurnes h plumes plumesof Plu its a a7t1r ttfS r tesof s isces 2Ce c raaiines ma nes birds birdsof
of all kinds wings quills pompons
Straws are milan hemp hair leghorn lace la fancy braids braidsand braidsand braidsand
and nets
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fashionable this summer
1500 TRIMMED HATS lIA TS 750
1850 TRIMMED HATS 925 I
2250 TRIMMED HATS 1125
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Umbrellas198 Umbrellas198Sizes Umbrellas 198 198Sizes
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Good for or sun or rain
Sizes are 25 S and 35 inches
Covers of all silk taffeta
Colors are black red blue green sreenand greenand greenand =
and brown browsNatural brownKatural M MNatural
Natural wood sticks
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