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Nltw roRK May 2?.-Tha Indict ?ml found iftlnil ChirlM W Mora*. Dntnclir, (or violation of lh* trading with tha enemy act. on May Ik la*i. ?u diaoiiaa?d by Judge Hand !? the Unltad Htataa dlatrlet court WttHy. ? ? APV?WTI?KMtWT Hair Often Ruin ad By CWcm Washing Soap should ba uaad vary carefully. If you want to keep your hair looking i Ha baal. Moat soaps and prepared . I shampoos contain too much alk*li Till drlra tha acalp, make* the hair brittle, and rulna It. The beat thing for steady UM ia j Muisifled cocoanut oil shampoo (which la pure and greaseless). and la bettfr than anything also you can uae. One or two teaapoonfula will cleanse * tha hair and acalp thoroughly. HImply moisten tha hair with water and tub It In. It makes an abundance of rich craamy lather, which rlnaea out easily, removing every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive oil. The hair ' dries quickly and evenly, and it leasee tha acalp soft, and the hair line and j ailky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and easy to manage. You can get Muisifled cocoanut oil i at any pharmacy, It's very cheap, and a few ouncea will supply every mein b?rofthe_^amjil^_forijnontlia c. r m - iCfXy NUXATEDI RON if.- - WATCH THE COLOR OF Yellow Means You Need Calo tab?, the De-Nauseated Calo mel Tablet That U Purified From Nausea and Danger. Feel mean, look yellow? Your liver I Is out of fix! The poisonous bile Is baing retained In your nysteai. You need a good dore of calomel for it is' 'the only thing that will do the <vork. Why not try Oa-lotabs. the Improved icalomal tablet that Is as delightful U> , take as It is beneficial In cleansing the liver and purifying the nystern? v CalotabS contain all of the valuable . medicinal qualities Of calomel but are freed from the unpleasant and dan ' fcerous effects. One tablet at bed time, with a swallow of water?that's all. No taste, no griping:, no nauseu, no salts. You wake up in the morn-j Ing feeling fine, with a clean liver | and a hearty appetite. Eat what you j pleaae?no danger. Calotabs are sold pnly in original. | pealed packages. Price thlrty-tlve i cents. The finest medicine In the ! ?world for blllougness. Indlgnst'on,' headaches and constipation. Ho fine! that your druggist la authorised to re- , fund the price as a guarantee that you ?will be thoroughly delighted with Calotab*. Congress Will Not Act on Wil son's Request Until After Conventions. President Wilson's rrguxt tor au thority to ac?ept ? mandate (or Ar menia I* not llkaly to |?t Cot|iil ? lonal action until after tha national, conventions. although It will ba con sidered by House and Hecate Koralgu Kelatlona Corrimltteee tomorrow. * The House cow nlttee ovnleniplatea calling Secretary,of Htate Colby as ?. witness to testify concerning he duties which would fall upon this nation If It accepted a mandate ov< r Armenia. Oittril Harbord. whe made an investigation and rendered a report on the obligation* of ruch a mandate, also will be ca|U4 to te*> tlfy. There la every Indication new thai the Armanlan mandate la going to oa another political Issue In the coming campaign, and Republicans piofoas to aocept It gladly. They point out that the acceptance of suoh a mandai i would mean the levying of additional taxes, and declare there la no sym pathy In this country now for In creased taxes. President Wilson is determined for action on the question of the man* date, It was learned today, and he will Insist that the mattar be taki-n up In earnest by Congress at thu earliest possible moment. PERMITS FOR RUM SALE WILL BE ISSUED BY N.Y. ALBA NT, N. Y.. M?y 26?Herbert S SisRon, State commissioner of el clue, in announcing laat night that liquor certificates will be issued hy his department under the terms of th-> Walker beer bill, so called, signed Monday by Governor Smith, declared that such certificates are "not a guar antee by the State that liquor may he sold under them without violating either the wartime prohibition act or the provlsiona of the Volstead act." The excise commissioner also sta'ed that certificates would not be Issued for "dry" territory by local option vote. Persons holding Federal permits for the Ksle of liquor a'so mfist hold n State liquor tax certificate, if the kind of traffic they carry or 1s covered Sy any form of State certificate. It was plated. This will apply particularly to pharmacists falling liquor on phy sicians' prescriptions. It was stated. JAPANESE BANK FAILS. LONDON, May 2#.?The Mogl Bank, of Yokohama. Japan, suspended busi ness yesterday, said a Central News dispatch from Toklo. The bank wa* engaged principally in financing the silk Industry and had branches in Toklo, Osaka and Kyoto. WAITERS THREATEN STRIKE. NEW YORK. May 26. Officials of the waiters' union announced yester day proprietors of approximately 1.000 restaurants and lunchrooms In this city had been notified a strike would be called tomorrow night If they did not introduce a nine instead of a ten-hour working day. i Former French Premier De clines to Oieouu Merits of Versailles Pact. PARIS, May 2?. ? Former Premier George* t'lemenceau. in ad Interview with the newspaper tiauloU today, de clined to be drawn Into any contra* versy oeiw.ernlng the merlta of the treaty of Versailles, especially the In demnity feature of It, "I realised In advance that the treaty wan bound to be the larg.t of crttlel?m, but I am only concerned with thoae that Imperil French In terests." the tix-premler waa quoted ?a saying. "1 do not Intend to be drawn Into any ontroveralea with former political opponenta who are now crltlcialng the treaty. "England and America argued dur ing the peace conference that Ger many la capable of paying only 7#. 000,000.#00 marka In gold, and that France would have to rehabilitate the devaatated regions from her efcare of the Indemnity. "The dlacuaalona were long and dif ficult. but Anally the Brttiah and Americana agreed to the aolutlon which waa made part of the treaty. Now thia aolutlon haa been aban doned." M. Clemenceau said he approved of the resignation of former President Polncare from the reparatlona com ; mission. M Polncare left the com | mission heoauae Ita powera wera ap parently nullified by the "indemnity declalon" reached at the tiytbe con Terence, It la underatood. NEW YORK POLICE HEAD INDICTED FOR PERJURY NEW TORK, May 2?.?Police In spector Domlnlrk Henry, of the Ten derloin, recently acquitted In the court of general sessions of alleged neglect of duty In connection with New Vork'a vice war. late yeaterday waa indicted by the extraordinary grand Jury on a charge of perjury. He waa released In 15,000 ball on hla ar raignment. The charge of perjury againat H?n- , ry grew out of allegation* which he I made before the extraordinary grsnd Jury againat Assistant District At torney Jamea K. Smith, who prose cuted him at his recant trial. After Henry pleaded not guilty to the charge, hla attorney reserved two daya In which to make any neceaiary motion*. FIRES BULLETS AT WIFE HE TAKES FOR BURGLAR LANCASTER, Pa_. May 26?Mlatak Irig hla wife for a burgular, Benjamin R. Herr sfcnt her twice In their home In Mountvllle laat night. One bullet struck the woman in the arm n"?f nn other grazeed har body. Although Buf fering from shock, phyalclana aay her condition is not serious. Herr was awakened by a noise. Thinking.the house was being robbed, he took his pistol from a bureau drawer and began firing at the aound. His wife screamed and fainted. Add to YOUR Weight Overcome Nervousness, Gain Strength, Acquire Healthy Flesh, Add Years to Your Life Become well, strong, cheerful, robust. Here '? pl&Ih talk. Bead every word if you geek true happiness. Ar? you nervous? Are you too slender? Brain or mind weariness? Do you fepl weakness at spells? Are there 'times when you arc mentally de pressed? Do you find it difficult or impossible to avoid worry? Sleepless nights sometimes? Con stant fear of your health T Lack of personal magnet ism or vigor t Memory defective T Do you pity yourself? BE ROBUST Cheer np^-rlght now. Na ture never intended yon to be miserable. Oood health la your birthright. A long, contented life, full of happy epochs, ia what you are entitled to. Awaken! CALM JTBBVE3. Wonderful beneflta are being reported by those wTio take BIT BO-PHOSPHATE and follow the simple health directions. Oaina in weight 5 to 33 pounds reported. Tfanquil nerrea. lfew energy with cheery voice and amile, and aparkle in the cyel No mora melancholy. Peaceful aleep. No worry: calm confidence inatead. Better memory. In fact, the reporta are amulngly delightful for thev prove the actual genulneneaa of the BITRO PHOSPHATE health syatem. Xow it TOCB turn.' TEA, POR TOU You are perfectly aafi in ualng JTTTIO rnOBPHATE. No opium, morphine, cocaine, nux 4/ler tn* l?f?i aeta# Bur+r laspMs vomica, digital!*; no purgative or laxative drugs. The chief element of Bitro-Phosphate ia a phos phoric compound, known favorably to foremost physicians throughout the world. HAPPINESS NOW AHEAD $300 GUARANTEE is in every box of BTTRO PH08PHATE: you are positively assured that you will take on healthy fleah, or have whatever other benefit you need (for which Bitro-Phosphata system is purposed) or the test of treatment will not coat you a cent. We could not make this in controvertible CASH GUARANTEE if we did not liave ABSOLUTE CONFIDENCE in what we offer yea. BOW TO OAIH WEIGHT Are yesr thinner than Is natural for a healthy peraon of year heigh*t Then year body is partially starved, although yon my est m?r? than e??n a reouet person. Yon ara needlsc certain elements that are sat comiug to you In yonr food or drink. Tea have tried various remedies but bsvo found noth ing satisfactory. Now li iuat tha tlma that wa want yon to follow the BITRO-rilOSPIiATE lyetsaa. under ojt 9300 gnsrastee. Users of Bltro-Ehosphita, follawlar tha Simple ayataa. he?e report ad Increase In W*tgM, a to S3 pounds In a Dthar benefits. ~ THATB. It Is nnt a patent medicine; It Is a : praprtetsry preparstlon. compounded In a high laboratory, nader sopereislen of ennsrt cbrfnUt rarsful net te confute the name with that of si abort tlms. plus batter health and many o NOT A PATENT lfEDICINE phrsleisns are receanendlng BITE0-PH08 reliable h frade Be scything WATOU I* TOUB MIRBOB Oo to the drag store. Bn? BITROPITOSPnATF. Tleatember that ns?e. Write It down if neeaaesry But bo tors yeo get Just whet reu're after. Tt cornea Is a brown bo*. Take a tablet Into your mouth and twellow it; ar diseolvs Is a hslf glsse of water. AgTseabla tsste. Pollew the simple dlrsetlone of Bltro-Phoephete health ? retrm Wateh yourtelf in the mirror. Wetch the eralee. Enjoy real ooatawtstent. Listen to the eempUawnts of frtands. BITRO PHOSPHATE is sold by the People's Drug Store snd all good druggists. fatigu* HOW TO UVX LONGER Bsoenis healthy and eonteated. Awakea with a entile at the aut look of a nleaeaal day, even If it rains. Find plessure Is yonr work. Tmnhlaa heroine mere de telle! Bmllel I,et your plsr be fotl of exuberant lor. I.sugn at Pergat that yon aver bad a psln or >se. Keep fit esd cheerful until you go to bed. to sleep peaeefally?and prolong yonr life I SSS THESE PIOTTEXS l.ook at tha pictures: ther ire hypotheticsl. to lllnetrete how aaa feels snd looke before end after becoming healthy snd rohntt Itltro Phnephate ? rttem is ecenmpllehlng wonder* for meny -why not let It prove what GAM BE DOSt FOR TOU I SENT TOtJ BT MAIL On request by tsall we will eend rou our la terseUng booklet free end If too ranrfot ehteln Bitro-I'hoenhete locally, we will mill a foil hot end Ritro Phoephete eyetem. for it 1.1. pint H eta. war tsi; totsl. II.SO pottage prepaid. Aiirtti t'tm mmt tfUr eetee lure neefteli ARROW CHEMICAL COMPANY* 31 Union Square, Dep . 39 New York, N. Y. = 10c Cold Cream With This Cou pon and 6c Dafiett A Rams Jell'g Perfect Cold C r e a m, regularly 10c tube. (Tax, le ?tra.) (f.) 50c Pebaoo Tooth Paate, With This Cou pon and 36c Refuler 60c tube* of Peboco Tooth Paate. a superior grade dentifrice (Tax, 2c er.tr*.) (T.) STORE HOURS: Opan 9:16 A. M.; Cloaa 6 P. M. ria-V itk I 3 Calm Wria Uj'% Soap, With Thia Coupon and 28c Yhrse full ? si*e rafcds of Wruley'rf Olhrilo Soap, imiic vegetable oil oogp. <V.) Babcock't Tal cum Powder, With This Cou pon and 14c BiUock'i (orr lopaia Talcum Puw tier, fragrant l> Kented. (Tax, 1c extra.) ? IT,) Thrift Every feature offering listed in this advertisement is a Drive Upon High Prices. You can buy practi cally all needed artices at a substantial and unequaled money saving. 59c White Crepe, 39c 34lnch Whit* Novelty Stripe Crepe. a ana crepe with white atrlpea, for waist* and dresses. Flrat Floor. $1.79 White . , Organdy, $1.39 > 43 Inch Imported White Organdy, a beautiful ftrelutparent quaitty. for summer walata and dressas. PI ret Kl?r. $1.00 White Gabardine' 69c .'Ut-lnch White Gabardine, a yarn mercarlaed quality, with the styl leh whipcord. Flrat Flopr. 79c White Sherette, 69c 40 inch White Kherstte. Cn extra One sheer quality, u ponulsr fabric for women a and children's wear. Flrat Floor. 69c White Lawn, 49c 40-lnch Chiffon lawn, a fine ahear quality, for woman's -r.d children's wear. Flret Floor. $2.69 Wool Panama, $1.79 3fl-lneh All-wool Panamas, a close-woven, dustproof quality, in navy and midnight blues. First Kkor. $5.00 Skirting Checks, $3.98 56-inch Skirting Checks, in pret ty color combinations. Flrat near. f? A Remarkable Purchase of 3,000 Ydrds of t ' 40-in. Beautiful Prioted Georgette Crepe Actually Worth Up to $3.98 a yard On Sale Thursday (PI 70 At, yard . . t ., . *P*- ? * & A sale eclipsing in wonderful values and variety of lovely styles any event of its kind known this season. Entire surplus of a large jobber of fine fabrics obtained at extreme reductions. This all-silk Georgette Crepe is of choice quality?the famous three-thread grade ?which is a guarantee of wear and durability. Every yard strictly perfect quality?x feature wortlremphasizing. 40 inches wide, beautiful printings of flowers, scrolls and tigures, also all-over de signs on light and dark grounds. The vogue for overdrapes and entire dresses. Superior qualities actually worth up to $3.93?special tomorrow at fl.79 a yard. (itllrakerg'e?Lie* Departnrat*?Flret Pleer 59c Bleached Cotton, 49c 36-Inch Utlca Rleached Sheeting ?tton, an extra heavy. round Cot t thread quality. Ft rat Floor. 59c Ripplette, 49c 30 Inch Ripplette. In pink. blue. ' old rose, lavender, green and tin stripes. for women's and children* i wear. Ft rat Floor. $2.85 Graaa Rugs, $1.88 Heavy weight Double-warp Sten ;lled Design Grass Ruga, else 3x6 ft. In green, blue. tan. rose and brown colorings. Oriental, medallion, key acroll and floral borders. First Floor. $1.89 Serge, $1.39 50c Mute Voile',39c 4?-lnch Serge, n Arm double twilled quality, for suits, Iressee, and skirts; In black and all want ed shades. First Floor. Boys' Khaki Pants, $1.88 Roys' Genuine ckei ed grade In dark shade; full-cut sites from * ^Cotton Khaki khakT years. army to 18 TIM Floor. 36 Inch White Cnlffon Voile, an extra One sheer quality, for dainty walata and dresses. Flret Floor. $19.75 Crex Rugs, $13.85 * ft.xlO ft. l.arge Room filie Strictly Perfect Quality Factory la beled Crex Rurs. In green, blue, nnd brown atenclled deslitn*. The best wearing summer rugs manu factured. Fo?rtk Floor. Transparent Hats For Midsummer Wear at $4.85 Women who de light in becoming headwear will surely be interest ed in this special sale of lovely Transparent Hats offered tomorrow at this moderate price. The season's new cot and best style* portrayed in this jrroup of millinery. including lar^e roft shapes, small pokes* and medium shapes, trimmed with flow ers and ribbons. Choice of black, brown and nary blue. $6.98 Ready-to-Wetr and Sport Hats, $3.98 A special offering for tomorrow of Re?dy-to-Wear and Sport Hats, in all the popular sweater rohr?. Including Tarns, Sailors, Rolling Sailors and Soft llats Tomorrow at only |UN. <.el4fnbrrg??Servad Floor. $1.00 Window Shades, 74c Strictly Perfect Quality Opaque Cloth Window Shades, ? lie 3x0 ft., mounted on strong spring rollers; white, ecru and greens; complete with all fix tures and crochet ring to match. Fourth Floor. $4.00 and $5.00 Fiber and Crex Rugs, $2.29 3x9-ft. Stenciled Baaket Weave Fiber and 2%*? ft., or 2H* 8 ft. and 3x8 ft. Stenciled Dealjrn Crex Rugs. In green, blue, ana brown colorings. Foarth Floor. $1.75 Bed Pillows, $1.18 20x28 Bed Pillows, covered with heavy-weight fancy stripe tick ings; filled with sterilized curled feathers. IVwtt Floor. $3.00 Rope Portieres, $2.39 Velour Finish Rope Portieres, large husk and taaael trimmed, with deep valance; in green, blue, rose, red and brown coloring;*. Foarth Floor. Regular 15c HAIR NETS 95c Dozen THIS COtXPON and 05c for one doxen La Victolre (luaran teed Real Hair Net?, car shape; full site, correctly made; every net guaranteed perfect. Notloa Dept. (TJ Boys' $18.75 Serge Suits, $14.50 Boys' Nary Blue All-wool Wors ted Serge Suits. flne-twllled, hard twisted grade; all seams double stitched to prevent ripping; belted patch pocket coats add full-lined Knickerbocker pants; sites 8 to 18 years. Third Floor. Boys' $3.00 Wash Suits, $1.98 Roys' Wash Suits, various kinds of uashahle materials. In sailor, junior Norfolk, Daddy and bearli model*, all with short etralght knee pants; white, combination colors and plain shades; sir.es '1 to S yearn rirat Floor Boys' $2.00 Golf Caps, $1.39 Hoys' Oolf fans, shepherd and fancy check Worsteds, In light pat terns, also flne-twllled pure wors ted navy blue serge; non-breakable visor, full Shape, with leather In ner .west hand; slsexa to 7 head measure. Third Floor. Men's $1.25 Underwear, 75c M*n'* Otis Whit* On tine Under wear, short-sleeve shirts. ful' length drawers with r?-enf">rced seat, all fegular sixes; slightly lm perfect. F'rut Fleer. $12.95 Grass Rugs, $8.95 9*12 ft. lartc Room Hire Heavy weight Stenciled Deslirn Oras* Ri?*s In srecn. h)*? and brown medallion, Chinese and neat bor der effects s ft.xlO ft. sire, worth *10.00 at ? ft *0 ft ?tie, worth *7 00, at 944S. Foarth Floor. Women's Petticoats, $1.59 Women's Seersucker Petticoats, neat blue stripea; made with deep flounces with ruffle; all lengths. Third Floor. Satine Petticoats, $1.98 White Sstine Petticoats, good quality, with deep flounces of tuck.* and narrow plaiting; all lengths. Third Klo?r Extra Size Petticoats, $2.98 Extra SUe Colored Petticoats. ] lightweight materlala .In navy, green. Copenhagen and black; styl 1 lah flounces; elastic waist. Tklrd Floor. $4.00 Thomson's ? Corset, $3.50 Thomson's Olove Fitting Corsets, white coutll. heavily boned; broad front clasp; low and medium bust models; extreme long or medium hips; heavy hose supporters;' all sites up 10 30. T?lrd Floor. Boys' 75c Bathing Suits, 49c Boys' Bathing 8ults. dark navy blue and maroon cotton Jersey, one-piece model; sites 4 to 12 years. First Floor. Up to $17.00 Boy*' Suits, $10.50 Boys' Suits, of fancy casslmere I mixtures: spring weight. In llah', medium end dark eol^r'ngs: be't d <oat? with patch poketv f->ll lin^d knickerbo< ker pants; sites T to 1$ years. Third Flow. | 59c and 69c Cretonnes' 39c Yard-wide Washable Cretonnes, in light and dark colorings; stripe, bird and floral deirtgn^ mill lenath*. but as much as 100 yards alike; for draperies, cush ions, furniture and couch coveri. First Floor Novelty Ribbons, 55c Pretty Novelty Ribbons, taffeta with satin stripe; five Inches wide in all dexlrable shades, also plain moire and taffeta; for hair bowa and sashes. Flrat Floor. House Sacques, $1.98 Percale House Sacques. light and dark colors; with and without col lars; choice of pretty striped or figured effects: made with all nround belt snd cuff aleeves; reg ular and extra sites. Third Floor. Gingham Sacques, Bungalow Aprons, $3.98 Bungalow Aprons, of fine qual Ity dreas ginghams, in pretty col ored plaids; made with square necks, white pique collars and braid trimmed; also plain colors. Third Floor. Girls' Bungalow Aprons, $1.00 Of fine grade blue checked ging hams. made with kimono sleeves, belt and pocket; sites 6 U) 14 years. Tklrd Floor. Girls' Gingham Dresses, $1.98 Special lot of Girls' Gingham Dresses, pretty plaids, checks and plain colors, with white or plain color trimmed belts and pockets; large assortment of popular mod els: sites 0 to 12 years. Third Floor. $3.00 Satin Messaline*, $2.29 36-lnrh Matin Me.aal'ne., rich satin-face quality. In a full ranffe | of street anu evening shades In \ eluding navy blue. . Belgian blue, I Copenhagen, brown, garnet, bur I gundy, taupe. Russian green, old rose, cerise, gray, tan. light blue. ; pink, silver, white, flesh and b'aefc. Fle?t Floor. $2.00 Silk Poplin*, $1.69 38-inch Silk Poplin*, extra heavy, ! high lustrous quality, in all waul ed street and evening shades, In eluding white und black. Flart Floor. $4.00 Satin de Luxe, $2.89 40-imh Black Satin de I.uxe. ex tra fine, rich satin-face grade. 1 guaranteed to near quality, with soft, clinging finish Fln?t Floor. $2.75 Bleached Sheets, $2.29 "UxftO Seamless Bleached Sheet*, t hree-<iuarter bed site; perfect auality; heavy round-thread qual Ity. Flrat Floor. $3.00 Bleached Sheets, $2.49 81x?0 Seamless Bleached Sheets, full double-bed site; linen finish quality. Flrat Floor. 59c Pilow Cases, 49c 45x38 Bleached Pillow Cases, large size; hand torn and ironed; finished with three-Inch hem: First Floor. $4.50 Bed Spreads, $3.98 Crochet Bed Spread*, full double, bed slse; in heavy raised Mar seilles patterns. Flrat Floor. $3.50 Bed Spreads, $2.98 Crochet Bed Spreads, single-bed slse; Marseilles designs. Flrat Floor. Women's $7.00 to $9.00 Oxfords and Pumps Reduced to $4.85 Because sizes are not complete in each style we have reduced these low shoes for clearance. Excellent range of models to choose from, and all sizes in the com bined group from 2 /a to 7. The assortment includes Pumps and Oxfords of Patent Calf, Patent Colt, Black Kid and dull leathers. Louis, Cuban and low heels. , GoMeaherg'a?First Floor. ? "Cash and Carry" Grocery Department Grape Juice, 27c HI pint I THIS COUPON and 27c for one >lnt bottles of Red Wing Grape OT.) Tuna Meat, 17c THIS COt'POV and 17c for can of Red Star Brand White Tuna Meat, seven ounc* cans. (T.) Hershey s Cocoa, 7c THIS COUPON and 7c for one flfth-pound cans of Hershcy's Co coa. (T.) Dried Peaches, 15c THIS COUPON and 15c for Blue Ribbon Brand Dried California Peaches practically peeled; 11 ounce packages. <T.) t.oldeoberg'a? Baaemmt. Screen Doors and Window Screens $1.98 New Gingham House Sacques, neat assorted checks, with plain colnr belt, collar and cuffs; flttrd bark; risen 38 to 40 Third Floor. Up to $4.00 Hand Bags, $2.69 Women's llsndbags, silks and leathers; black ann colored ef fects; silk moires in mirror-top styles, black, navy, brown and taupe, finished with heavy nl|k tassels to match; lesther bsgs In the popular flat shapes with long handles, In black and col ors. Flrat Floor, $1.50 and $1.98 Handbags, $1.00 Women's Hsndhng* and Purses, silks snd leathers. In htack and colors; greet assortment of pleas ing s'yles and shapes. Flrat Floor. Pink Bandeaux, 79c Plhk Bandeaux, plain and fsrey materials; fsstrn back snd fionl; elastic Insert. All sites Third Floar. | Women's 50c Belts, 29c Women's Belts, black and col ored patent leather*; correct widths, with military and prong buckles All sires; nowest shape* and Styles. First Floor. Men's 75c Half Hose, 43c Men's Silk Plated Half Hose, high spliced heel, double re en forced sole and toe: In lilack and all plain colors; manufacturers' rejects. Men'* $1.75 Work Shirt*, $1.39 Men's Arlsto I'lue Chambray Work Shirts, with collars attached: full cut slse*: perfect quality; fixes 14H to 17. Flrat Floor. Men'? $3.00 Toyo Panama Hats, $2.10 Men's Toyo Psnsma Hst?. In sal'or. nptlmo. Alpine, t-lesroi ? snd Aaloi shapes, s'l new fr'ah stock Flrat Floor. Continental Screen Doors, #-inch thick select ed pine lumber, with two coats of varnish; Mack wire cloth, securely fast ened. Mortised corners ci -~!ete with all fixtures. . ft. 6 in. wide, 6 ft. 6 in. high, at $2.75 2 ft. 8 in. wide, 6 ft. 8 in. high, at $2.85 2 ft. 8 in. wide, 7 ft. hirh. at... . $3.00 2 ft. 10 in. wide, 6 ft. 10 in. high, at $3.10 2 ft. 10 in. wide, 7 ft. high, at $3.20 3 ft. wide, 7 ft. high, at $3.30 SherwooH Melsl Kxlrnsinn Frame Window Screen*. 24 Inches high, open to ;!? 7C<? inchcs IOC lioldenherw'o? Bnoenient, Men's $2.00 Half Hose, $1.45 Men's Self-clocked Thread S'lk Half llos>. pvriect qusl'ty. fullv i e ?nf r- e t ? In ets y snd c .rdoian All a.* .? (Ti. x. 5 ps'r ?Mr<i First Moor