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Saturday Soap Special-10 Bars of Either Cudahy's DiamondC Laundry Soap, or Centennial Laundry Soap for 25 Cents. 10 Bars Only to Any One Family. In this offer is included only 2,000 bars of soap, our entire stock. Those intending to take advantage of this distinct bargain offer should get their orders in early. (Grocery Department.) DESIGNED^.- TAILORED A complete showing of correct spring styles in both kid and silk gloves. A great majority have learned to depend upon this store for gloves and in so doing have re duced their glove troubles to a minimum. We stock the most satisfactory gloves made. You buy gloves here with absolute assur ance of reliability and best value. TRICKED PAULINE. Napoleon's Pert and Pretty Sis ter's Pride Was Humbled. TWICE SHE MET HER MATCH. The Empress Josephine Once Gave Her, So to Speak, a Dressing Down, and the Fashionable Mme. De Cou tades Figuratively Boxed Her Ears. Napoleon was anxious to have Gen eral Marmot marry his sister Pauline, but the wily old soldier refused to make the flirt his bride. Then Napo leon turned to General Leclerc, who really loved Pauline, and they were wedded. Leclerc was then sent as head of the French expedition to Haiti. Pauline going along under protest Le clerc died of fever in Haiti, and Pau "9RR9P ~T~ air® wmwtne Says line returned to France with his body. After a time Pauline, whom Lyndon Orr in Munsey's describes as a "feath er headed, languishing, beautiful, dis tracting morsel of frivolity," resumed her heartbreaking tactics. "Presently it became noised about," writes Mr. Orr, "that Prince Gamiilo Borghese was flirting desperately with Pauline. The prince was an excellent specimen of the fashionable Italian. He was immensely rich. His palace at Rome was filled with artistic treas ure. He was the owner, moreover, of the famous Borghese jewels, the finest collection of diamonds in the world. "Napoleon rather sternly insisted upon her marrying Borghe^ Fortu nately the prince was very willing to be connected with Napoleon, while Pauline was delighted at the idea of having diamonds that would eclipse all the gems which Josephine possess ed, for, like all the Bonapartes, she detested her brother's wife. So she would be married and show her dia monds to Josephine. It was a bit of feminine malice she could not resist. THE A Safe Dress Rule for Women to Follow famous actress regarding clothes: ''1-abrics that are of the f! best, colors that are inconspicuous and harmonious, few trimmings and then all the money you want to spend, put into cu and lit that is a safe rule to follow." In this showing of Spring Suits, designed and tailored for us in the Workshop of Worth, line tailoring, cut and lit are the prime requisites even of the most inexpensive models. If you have less than $2o to spend for your spring suit, there is all the more reason why you should be careful where you purchase it. The style store can and does make a specialty of well made inexpens ive women's suits. One of our newcomers, beautifully designed and carefully put togeth er, is developed in a splendid quality of blue serge coat is lined with lustrous satin of a fine quality skirt has the new napel back and inverted plaits at the sides a severe style of striking beauty priced $15.00. A* beautiful grey diagonal mannish suiting was employed for the model of line simple lines, as sketched. Has excellent peau de soie lining, just the bone buttons and style of stitching to carry out the mannish ideal. $19.50. You are invited to inspect the season's newest models, modified to lines of practical grace and cunifurt. and reflecting the many exclusive little points of tailoring which has been given them in the Workshop of Worth.All sizes all prices from $12.50 to$40.00. Virginia Gloves of best quality kid, in the best wanted shades at $1.50 per pair. Voltaire Gloves—a dependable splendid fitting glove at $1.15 per pair. Fidelia Gloves—16 button length—of first selections of real kid skins—white, black and tans, at $3.50 per pair. THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1911. DENISON, IOWA. The ANGLE LAMP has completely solved the lighting problem. It is used largely in city and country homes. We are the exclusive representatives in this locality. AAf\Y JlBOUT All BE HERE. j4RE YOU RMBY FOR IT? WE YOU TO COME .MB SEE THEM. Easter Millinery Hats, copies of the most approved styles—hundreds of them ready and a difficult matter it is to decide which is most beautiful and most becoming. Few women who see them will be content with a single Hat—and the moderation of The Balle-Brodersen Co.'s prices area fine help toward owning as many as one desires. They are full of spring charm—full of individuality—full of the atmosphere pervading the great millinery shops of Chi cago, New York and Paris. Many patterns and a large num ber the product of our own workroom. The showing is the most brilliant we ever made—and the most extensive. It is at its very best now and we urge you to see it while this condi tion exists. Silk Petticoat Special Ladies' silk petticoats in splendid range of colors and blacks. Priced specially at $2.95 each. CLOVES FOR EASTER WEAR. "The marriage took place very quiet ly at Joseph Bonaparte's house be cause of the absence of Napoleon, but the newly made princess was invited to visit Josephine at the palace of St. Cloud. Here was to be the tri umph of her life. She spent many days in planning a toilet that should be absolutely crushing to Josephine. Whatever she wore must be a back ground for the famous diamonds. Final ly she decided on green velvet. "When the day came Pauline stood before a mirror and gazed at herself, with diamonds glistening in her hair, shimmering around her neck and fas tened so thickly on her green velvet gown as to remind one of a moving jewel casket. She actually shed tears of joy. Then she entered her carriage and drove out to St. Cloud. "But Josephine, though no longer young, was a woman of great subtlety as well as charm. Stories had been told to her of the green velvet, and therefore she had had her drawing room redecorated In the most uncom CUIB EASTER, BE/MrtDl/tG rtEV COSTUMES FROM HEj4D TO TOOT. VIL.L YOU^TRdT OURS IS THE "EASTER STORE." MB TH4T YOU STYLE IS RIGHT VHErt YOU COM TO US. VE MERELY LIST BEL0V Kayser Silk Gloves—wrist lengths—all shades and sizes, at 50c, 85c, $1.00 and $1.50. K/tOV THI/iGS VE H4VE TO OFFER. VE C-dMOT TELL YOU P^PCR THE THINGS VE NJlVE FOR YOU, SO VE RESPECTFULLY 1/tVITE The ladies' shoe shown in the cut is a patent kid strap pump, with welt sole and Cuban heel, priced at $4.00. The same style in suede at $4.00, the same style in kid at $4.00. The men's shoe is a Cadet calf, black oxford, with military heels, orthopedic shape. A snappy design, priced at $4.50. Easter Novelties and Favors We mentioned in a previous advertise ment that this store is prepared to take care of your needs in strictly Kaster novelties, favors and candy specialties. We mention it here again so that you will not forget it. Our candy section, near front entrance, is loaded down with specialties such as were never offered in Denison before And Men's Gloves—Do not overlook the fact that here, too, are men's gloves, ail kinds and desirable colors, from $1.00 to $2.50 per pair. Auto pair. promising blue. It killed the green vel vet completely. As for the diamonds, she met that maneuver by wearing not a single gem of any kind. Iler dress was an Indiau muslin with a broad hem of gold "Her'" exquisite simplicity, coupled with her dignity ol" bearing, made tin Princess l'::uline. with her shower ol diamonds and her green velvet (lis played against the blue, seem abso lutely vulgar. Josephine was most gen erous in her admiration of the Bor ghese gems, and she kissed Pauline on departing. The victory was hers. "There is another story of a defeat which Pauline met from another lady, one Mme. de Coutades. This was at a magnitieeut ball given to the most fashionable world of Paris. Pauline decided upon going and intended, in her own phrase, to blot out every v.oman there. She kept the secret of her toilet, and she entered the ball room at the psychological moment, when all the guests had assembled. "She appeared, and at sight of her Gloves up to $4.00 per the ii.D.sic stopped, silence fell upon the assemblage, and a sort of quiver went through every one. Her costume was of the finest muslin bordered with golden pulm leaves. Four bands spot ted like a leopard's skin, were wound about her head, while these In turn were supported by little clusters of golden grapes. She had copied the headdress of a Bacchante in the Louvre. All over her person were cameos, and just beneath her breasts she wore a golden band held in place by an engraved gem. Her beautiful wrists, arms and hands were bare. She had. in fact, blotted out her rivals "Nevertheless Mme. de Coutades took her revenge. She went up to Pauline, who was lying on a divan to set off her loveliness, and began gazing at the princess through a double eyeglass. Pauline felt flattered for a moment and then became uneasy. The lady who was looking at her said to a companion in a tone of regret: 'What a pity! She really would be lovely if it weren't for that!' Women's, Misses' Shoe" Special Friday and Saturday only $1.45 per Pair. This lot consists of Vici Kid, Gun Metal, Box Calf and Patent Leather Shoes—lace and button styles—welts and hand turned and McKay. A num ber of them worth as much as $4.00 per pair regular ly. Friday and Saturday, per pair, $1.45. TH^T VE rtEEB /iOT REMWB i\AY Shirt Fashions for the Fastidious Men with ideas fastidious exercise much care in the selec tion of furnishings—and particularly in the choice of Shirts. We like to sell shirts to particular men, because the shirts we sell are particularly good, and there is no difficulty in ex plaining such goodness to the man who knows—and who chooses knowingly. We have them here in a broad assortment of make, style, design and an infinitude of colorings—beautifully blended two toned and dual effects—and quality and quantities of utmost luxury. It is the season for supplementing your possibly depleted store with first choice in Spring designs. Prices range to conform to individual requirements. (Main Floor.) Warner and Redfern Corsets Warner's Corsets at $1.00 to $3.50 each Redfern Corsets at $4.00 and $5.00 each. A Woman's Shoe and a Mans9 Shoe Fairly representative of the great Spring line we are now show ing. To show stylish shoes is not so remarkable nor is it difficult to get shoes of fine quality and its easy to get shoes of medium price. But to combine the three—"that's the rub." it. The proving is here. We invite you. SOOft KrtOW THE A FEW OF We have done Easter Cards And Booklets in profusion, ranging in price from I cent to 50 cents. Main floor. ft Kayser Italian Silk Hose In black and colors. Splendidly satis factory Hose in two quali/ies. Namely $1.50 and $2.00 per pair. Kayser Elbow Length Silk Gloves, plain, tucked and embroidered—all shades—splen did selections possible here. Prices from $1.00 to $2.75 per pair. Chamois Lisle Gloves, Kayser make, wrist and 16 button lengths, from 25c to 85c per pair. 'For what V* returned her escort. 1 "'Why. are you blindV It's so re markable that you surely must see it.' "Pauline was beginning to lose her self composure. She flushed and look ed wildly about, wondering what she meant. Then she heard Mme. (le Cou tades say: 'Why. her ears: If I had such ears as those I would cut them off!' "Pauline gave one great gasp and fainted dead. away. As a matter of fact, her ears were not so bad. They were simply very flat and colorless, forming a contrast with the rosy tiijta of her face. But from that moment no one could see anything but these ears, and thereafter the princess wore her hair low enough to cover them." The baby chick business has grown wonderfully. Twenty years ago poul trymen never dreamed of starting a business in that line, while now hun dreds of thousands of these innocents are annually sent out.