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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1019. I r ' I'. ' 'H t t SECRETARY DOUGLAS BACK FROM ST. LOUIS Not of I'.Mrrmo Irpllmbtni la Nnaodrd at Neilonsl lluunhrr of ( nmmnroo Mcnlng. SEES NEW DEMAND FOR OIL lrf Mesn-hant Marinei Mill In-ft-wlc, lln ry, riar.ncs ft ImuglMS aerrerarv nf Ihe Tulsa hamhrr i.f rumiwrrf re lumed Thursday fiom HI. I.011I11 where ha wna I" atlrtidamc a' 'be national convention r.f Ilia affiliated chamber nf commerce nrgsnlis Hone. In an Interview with a World rspnrler Thureday afternoon the colonel told of the 1-011 anllon aa fol io . "The oiitelendjng feature nf the meeting of lha chamber nf rnm marre of tha I'nited Htairs at Hi 1igls. during lha present week" aald riser. lary Douglas who relumed vas lerday, 'were tha addrtarea of Use relary (Haas of lha Ircseliiv depsrt mant. hecretary Urdfleld of tha dc yarlment of commerce and chair man Hurlav nf tha Kmeigenry l-lcel hip nulldlitg I'nrpnratlon Tha meeting waa attended hv mora than 1 (100 reprcesnlallva business man nf lha I 'nil ad males and thoaa In at tendance IHtanad with rapt "" lion In all of lha addreesea and psr IKUlnrly In thoaa of tha three urn Hainan named "Herratary Disss waa (ipllmiallc nvrr lha financial ewndlllnn of Ihr (Oiinlrv. saving lha rarfaral ltrva lw. of which ha waa lha father, precluded the piiMihllltv nf a panic and having heen teaieri .v me winr. f war aeema in have solved lha financial Ilia of Dili natlnn. Ila waa optlmlatla In lha eitreme and prn f,,.e In hla emreealnna of apprecta lion of tha aid tha business mm nf lha cnunltv, and tha hank art aanarlallv. hava given tha goern mant durlna tha crisis through which thla nation haa Jutt passed Ha complimented lha co-operative aplrlt, the iinscinan patrintiem ann lha aluahla aaalalanra rendered hy lha business nirn and aald that n" nation nasd faar lha luture wnirn haa aa Ha repreaentatlva rltlaenshlp lha Ivpa of Americans whnae ftneal attrlhulsa had haan davaloped by tha war. , ftartllmmU Orgwnliort Jaihnr. "eleiretary nadflald nf lha tfapart. ment nf commerce In hla aptarh aald ha fanad tha fulura with absolute confidence prosperity for tha roun Irv. Ha compliments not only lha reel rommerrlal leadera or tna na tlon. who hava handled lha hualneaa alniatlon no wall, mil iia.wiee com pllmanttd organised labor for tha patriotism tha organisation hac dta plavad Ila laid npeeial airaaa on tha evolution of business mathnda and tha Improvement In tha bualnaaa elhlca of tha great financial and commerefar rnncarna of tha nation, and announrad that tha nareaaary law mual ba anaflied lo keep para with lha prngreealve aplrll of the aga. Ha aald ha could aeo no cloud on lha hortunn for tha bualnaaa In I areata of thla country and antici pated eoatlnuad prnaparlty now thai lha nation's paopla hM noma 10 a now aoh other, and bettor under' land aach nthera problama, "Of rapaclal Intaraat lo thla oar lion of lha country" aald Mr. Oouf laa. wag tha addraaa of Chairman Hurley of tha Hhlp Kulldlnf Emergency Klaet tlorpnratlon. Chairman Hurley aald tha mer chant Marina of America had coma lo atay and that while wa main tained tha high eat ratea nf wwea and gava our amllore tha beat food therapy Increasing tha aipenaa of operation, wa made It up In aervtre rendered and tha rupedltlnualy handled rargoea and gelling In and out of port. IrK-rraao OH Dranaml. 1 Chairman Hurley aald that tha fu tu re of tha merchant marina waa to a vary considerable ertent an oil pmpoalllnn; that the oil humeri would aolva the problem of tha ei caea emplnyea In tha boiler rooma and that tha new. merchant aiarlna nf lha nation would depend largely on ol for prnpulalon. Ila empha alaad tha Importance of the develop 1 ifHILDREN Should not be "doaH" for cold apply tha "outaide" traatrngnt till U1M r'APORl Y0U BODYGUARD" -S0. feO'TTjO rhs Jsy of liXeOd Told aaja Tail How TVey MmA. Eteat Oam mt Cfwat Happteaaa. In every part of tha lead thar ar women who lell how. through tha apphViaUen of Mother's VTlend. they entirely avoided the anfferlng iiiatully Incident to motherhood They relate In do uncertain terma how from He uaw the dara were made bright and cheerful and tha nights calm and raanfiil, how the crmie wee iaaed wildcat tha neual Buffering ciperl enced when nature 1a unaided, and how thay prewrvml their health and atrength to devote it lo the rearing of tbeir children and to the thlnga Irfa bold for them. Mother Krlend la a moat penntrat. log remedy. Tnared rv.pecia.lly for eirx-cie.nl mrrthera from a formula, of a noied phralcian Strain upon tha llgamenle : aynided. and lnMed of a period i,f rlM-nmfoH and ronatant dread It la a eraean of calm repnee. The hoora at the rrma aj-e le?e. and Mothers Fr'nnd ennhlr the mother in retain her natural graie. and her akin Is nnl cracked arid do not ha coma hard or tLafiX'i'e'l Wnta to trie liradfield Hearutalor Company, Pept . lamar lluilding, Atuuila. Georgia, for iheir Mother tiood Bnolt. and obtain a Iwittle of Mother'a fneud frwui Uis terugf-ai It In Alway Fair Weather When Thin dang Togrther "l"ndy. June . Hooray! lino ray' "Vaw, Hhurka . a nnl the an nlvernarv nf nmhln', A 11 gn n I' Ire mnrsn. What yo' glwn' ni thai foih of July Im talkln' hniii lha day when in n Hkinnay rrat 11 for tha awlninnn' hole "lolly, didn't yn' know that a-'hool'a: out then' W nrler, hy rights, ad nut sooner, hut thajfa all irayy hoot our rnmpany Ihry ran t Part wliti us 'iee a on t i gid when know it all Mnd can quit sludv'n Men Nkinnuy and luh Jnnen has rwfirn. and ihnok hand "in 11 etime a 1 1 1 -n . that we II pal II Ihe reel uv nor Jive, an go salmmln every dxt ' Just nn mnnth, one wrrk, an' a half a d.iy Men Hkinnay an' fnh r gnln' Ihsl sfirrnnofi "A"annavrom along V merit of the oil fields to atipplv ocean going burners ami thr oil burner nf Ihe Iskea sod gmf nf trad and anyone llteolng t li lei address In this rnnnei lion mu.il neicHsarlly hAe In rnrnr rr the ion rliieinn (hal Ihe day nf cheep nil M gnne liy; thsl tha day of maple market for all of the nil produced on the Aniertrao continent has ar rltrd and thai Ihe oil busmen lien heen eiahllued In a way not dreamed nf, hefor Ihe wm 'lha fact thnl wa are natigviog the lr, the water and Ihe lend and Hist w am tilling lha en alth oil unil lt hy prodiiris r 11 1 emplisvirrs Ihr talemenls insde hy Mr. Hurley and IH'l permanent anlldlly 10 Ihe nil hulnea which It haa neer bofnra had "There ere msny nther Inlerest- Ing nddrreiar at the rnnvcnllnn and Ihroiigh (hem all wa the note of npllmlam: of eo operallnn; nf r. ha tn lha nation, and of continued development, rtpanalnn of luislne tn tha four nuarlera of Ihe glebe, and unpranadsnlej prosper My ippral penny Jndgmmt. pl tT werli MI'NKtXIKK. May 1 A jiidgmant for ona rant returned In the city court g fm data ago agalnat . James la h, Muskogt eouniy farmer, on h paid u 11 leas a higher eourl so rules, learh declare, today In appealing lha raee The rasa In volve.ua farm boundary Una. " 1a,n fieaa War Crnajs. V' A M H I M I To V , May I h.stin. guiahad sarxlra crneaaa la three of, flcara ana nine enlisted men of the American eipedttlonary forree acre annnum'td today by lha war depart ment. Four of lha decoration were warded posthumously and Include IVIvaie Conception Ortia. Kagie Paaw. Teas A rroaa was awarded to I'rivala Maclmdhey. rMekaon. Tenn. OVERWORK CAUSE OF ILLNESS, SAYS GIRL! HeAiirna- In Tula lo llex'eipea'aUvlirw niew suirv nf IHempfMilntnirait In liovc. fterau's, ah displayed pa ' riot i ( and uneilfish nualltir gave up hrr pnaitlon If) the posloffh a here tn r etui ni) snldi'r and went to Kansas " 1 1 - to nhtalii rtoployment Mini AHea Mirk In wa ihe target for un deird rewepsprr publicity In that rlty a Ihe it suit of a breakdown fvnm ovpfwork and the human In (arest amhiinn nf a reporter after he we taken lo hospital and her c.ic diagnosed nn "saphaeis " hh hsi now returned home siilsfted J thst Tm'iii ,1 nit home folks romhlni I In i renting the Teal 1 n I' ooinent un 1 Water Innpeetor In liitten hf Dog l. K i leter, Itiapeclnr f"r "he -1 " V wier deparinient, waa seerely hll-li-n iiliout the leu arid arnn Thuri dif. hv a tinloloif whtr h riclo'd from Hi" inoiee at Ksel loiir'ecn'h Hreei hi ra "rn'rr wss clliti(( 10 notify the orcupanig that llieir waier waa tn lie shut off Mr 1 is'er U reported lo he resting eaolly eacspt for anilntv as to Results should fShlee develop loclnr J II ,illreit. ,! 1 . o 'r nd ent of ihe, My !--,l'h depnritncnt ha ordrrfii in sriHlyele of Ihe dnic asiHVIs fnr the urp'.e of rec'inuing r.ihiea If piraen' If the sninml is effei;ed wi ll Die diaesee II i, lo he Shot BURIED THIS AFTERNOON dir alil.li in lue ,...,.' Tha, A dee did no. suffer a Up.. (VICTIM OF AUTO TO BE mr-n( in iv c f K n I 'it v. tint w r fNri'ri ('i r. iMinitl'awl rrrnit) hr w--rtn1fr, ftniir.rtly irrational f,v ji 1 m-ivoiiH )itHi'1 n hroufht nhnit 'hroijgh pi r 01 k wnm ihi mtt mnt ut Ui lrl j f thT U K M'-k in nf I !0 Niff4lfai T hur-.fi, i y jMpifionii tiflrr Mikw STrn kin h'1 l)ri-n hrntihl liii k !ti T'lia hv hr mother Wri.rif id'ty Mr M.irklii Hlftlrrl ttcf , r1uh lr rf'rriir. ihr futnilv n hr r t'lrn thett i he hftit hrn wvormnif ntg hnnrn wji rnntplattly ihaiiattt'i nf1 thn( hr niflrtmrv nt P'wrn nf ron tri'I Irfi hir vvhlltt on eh wnv hnnp COSDEN'S UNIQUE WAY OF FINDING SLACKERS Name nf Men Who Ili'fiiMa- In lluy Arc I'lnrarrti'il si llu Culillii Mnv knns, Accurding to A l kiie.i ". city ill rri-ior of Hie loan latnpniKn for Cos. dvfi cornpdoy, I nde pendent e, Kin, h.ie a Nir.nghi forvtard manlier nf re. veiiling ii Vii'.tory hs.n nl( kern Mr hiieale teiently returned froni a tuistneee trip In Ihsl cit A-fird'iig to Knerilr, arenas the sidcaaik In fr.pnt of lo.ni headdiMr ter in I mlr pcndeni e S4K painted In large le ler Die Insriiptloti "the first s, kei ' The eign told the nstne "if s eerl.il'i firmer. hl place of resi dence ihn" lie w. worth npprovj ina'cly I. "i nun nod tinUI I -''mi worth of bonds purchased (lining prced- Ing cainp.ijgrs "And he refuaea In Buian rllie lu tha fifth loan." waa tha conclusion nf tha espnsvuir. Mr. Kneala eaplalneij why Coaden company's total waa nut au large In thia in the fourth campaign when IHa.iiOi) worth of hninlH were pur chased by 1. 1100 employes. Ha alated that the fori.e had heen cut tn 1,200 elnra thai lima and thai nnna of tha field employe are Included now In TuLr. lenltoiy; rural employes are allnwsd In make their subscription lliroufii heal lieadiaiteia ltomMva Improving. NBW YORK. May I Tonlghl a bulletin fiom the hednlde of Camiial inmpera, president of the, Amarlnun Federation of lahor, who was aerl ously inluieu Pundsy when a aurfare csr rollidro wnh a laxicati In which he was i'rf;ng announced hla condi tion w. S'tllefaclory. "He Is Improv. log und doing very well." the doctor nihl. "Tlirrn le nn fever and the t em -peraiure inntinuea not ill a, I " ONE $15,000 RESIDENCE IN PERMITS ISSUED THURSDAY nutidlnga lo ho areried In accord- ma Willi permit leaned from the office nf ha city building Inspector Thursday aie lo value ft. too when ronipleiud Homer A. Orrrutt alll erect a lld.flou rualdrnce at Hit rvoulh Peoria atreat. Tha Hat; C. M. Winn, realdence, 1121 Bouth I'eorla. M.iOO. Joseph lavy, garage, Hid houth lenvei. b0( It. I,. Moody, residence, SJH Houth unla. l.'.fiOo. W. II. I'hllllpa. Hdditloo to reeidence. li North Hartford. 1100. W. ii. Itllchle, ggragc anil rcpnus, II IT. Nnrlh lonver, l,6of) Klral National bank, balcony. 124 South Mam, IHU It. A Siansberv, re. modeling, Houth Main, $ I 0(10 Homer A Onutt, residence, Id.' rkiutli Quakar, (100 Homer A. r cum. residence. Houth Peoria. I IX. 000 Hoiiier A t "rrutl resi dence, U.ln Houth guaker, II 000 licile Woods, addition. 1 J 7 North (ireanwood, 1 150. J. ... Mia". '100 North Pf ' Walter Ahlum, realdrnrc rourlll, )4,000. I'jie AVorld want ada for Stop Itching Ski IT.oC There ia one tale, dependable ment that rebevea ilchinf tortu. akin irritation almost instantly that clean aca and aoothea the akit i Ask anydrusjriat for a 35c or II bo of Zemo and apply itaadirected. Sot... vou will find that irriiationa, piniplaa, blacklVsvls,ex-xarria,blohea,rirurworrn and aimllar akin trouble wll) diaappear. A little Zemo, the penetrating, satis fying liquid, ia air that ia needed, for It banishes moat akin eruptions, nuke) the akin aort, arnooth and healthy, Tb W. Roaa Co, Uevsland. a wan arriilenlsl Peoples Exchange 111-113 Etttt Flrat StrtMt Largest in the Southwest Eat More Fish Special for Friday only, Cat Fish, Halibut, Red Snapper, Buffalo, Iake Superior White Fish, Spanish Mackerel Pound 30c Our beef bears a government stamp, reading A-l. What better could anyone ,ask? Kansas Best Flour, none better made; 48-pound Hack, $3.00; 24-pound sack, $1.55. Present wholesale market on flour 90 cents per hundred higher than our retail prices. We don't meet prices, we beat prices. We lead, others follow if they can. Tim funnel of Kveiec rj.erm. 'he j I-irai old school l.oy who aan run doan end killed Py a Jllney U noon 'sdtondi on Hon'nn nrrtr l if'li I will lake place ,(t I o'i'loi u thin af I Irrnnnn Itom Moa-hray a chapel Tae funeral iil be In rshrge of 'the A in i ,i ,,,dse I li ii I .if j a ho Ii tha Imy s lalher, who Is now ! In l'rance. in a member I V A esl Ihe drive' nf the falsi from w..rl In Ksosssllv Monday. , ,r reiaaeed enterds v h ( hlcf April SI Klie wandered Into 11 ilrmri ,nrn " 'oinpl.iinl hae been filed store, where her condition win rifted ' aisin-i him nn l n (he o,lninu V hy the nii,. rlatnr and e lalsr taken "" I'""' e 'he riii.ng of ihe . hlld lo a hospital Ksnsas I ily oeaaoa pers reporled an Interview with Miss! Margin lit whli h 'ie had accredited' her nondillon lo dlsnppolnimtnt In love ' That Misa Ma. kin was never a psrtv lo a love affair Is the leailmnny , of other members of the family ari'l Ihe girl's life long chum Mies Markln told her parents that alia must have bean ItMMnnal at Ihe time nf the re. I ported Interview end that she does not remember having made tha pub- . llahed statements i The girl Is now recovering from , Ier1l!n at the MncVIn home The ! left Tule.i ssversl weeks sgn so l went tn Kansas I'Hv to accept a pnel. , linn undei Ihe poalniaaier there, hn la a friend of tha Mgckln ramlty Her place In the lne,fcnstnff!re was eurrendfrenl lo a returned soldier To Ineiaml .loplln'a Slrce-la. Keeelal la The Vierls MI'HKfVIICr:. Mav 1 Mayor John I. Wleanar and the clt commis sinners nesl week will go to .Inplln In Inspect rssurfarad aireets there before letting resurfacing conlrarts. (.nt "usUra" In Tttlra? geeMel Is T Wnrl4 MirHKfMlKK. May 1 rrty saren deed and leases are attacked aa In valid In a petlllnn filed todav In dia trlct rnurl Involving nnly nil lands In Muskogee county r b re I'ltrlli'iilar IVmplei who wish someihlng dtsllnrttve In 'ilsaeea and Kioctaclea, are ordering th "Surslty" Willi frames made nf genuine or Imi tation Tortoise Shell We heartily recommend them. Tulsa Optical Co. M. MUM H, Mgr. 11 .. Main rhn.no II AOs III V l.irtr.HTl' RDMIH AT THE FIRST SIGN OF BILIOUSNESS TAKEVCALOTAB The New Nauseales Calomel That Doe the Work With out the Sliffhtifit Unpleas antnesa or Panger of Salivation. Aak your doctor and ha will tell yau thai calomel la Ihe bear and only sure remiedv fnr a lasy liver, hlllimis neee, Indigeatlen and nonatlpalion. Nivw that all nf Ita unpleasant and dangerous qualities hare been re moved, calomel In Ihe form of falo- : tabs, aa the aaalest and moat pleae- ant of all laiatlves 10 take Ona I tablet at bedtime with' a swallow of i water- that'a all. Nn teste, no grip : Ing. no nauees. no aalta. In lha I morning you fael aim ply fine lira, wide-awake, energenUc, erang and I wHh a hearty aaipeUta for braakfaax. i Mat what you pleaaw and gn atbout your work no danger af aallvalloru i I'amtatis auld nnly In original aaal- ed packages price thirty-five oenta, Tour drugglnta recommends s,ad I guaranleea CalnUIra by afrerlng la j refund the price If vou era not de lighted with trvem- -Adv. . J off-tjoat -round sot drink ffifiK Retailers and conumcra arc not required to trfc, ItSj W onV S. Revenue Tax on Bevo, as vPSS jnHj Anheuser-Busch pays all revenue taxes fpibi "Jjjjk lnereon direct to the Government. jJ A First Showing of the Nejv Summer Millinery III f 'ITilrfl ll"K.r ! ir Girla' I read from their annwv white tissue und direct lo us from New York coma tine" inlvnnce models In smart mil linery - nut horltnt l e forenia! erri of what will follow Uler for summer wear. Fporta tvpes from rhlppa. In ror-1,-ctle. rmhroldcred In runlrustive paa e htintlca. jrse slyles of while georgette, aoma combined with lump and trimmed vllh gritpes, wlicnt or flowers, from Madjme I'hokiinow. fllack transparent hats of halrhrald, rnsllne ilihI chsntllly Im'e,. Iiitgn and metlltun modnls trimmed with flowers, viheut, rniilino ami narrow ribbons. Madame Croft styles for tha matron, having white top fared In black: a side-turned model decorated with field flown!- 1'rlicd. $15.00 to $29.50 Special Sale of Smart Silk Dresses A splendid group of ULffataa and taf feta and georgeia oranei onmhlnot Ions, selci lions from our regular lines In the styles In most popular demand now; and prnntlca.1. serviceable dremes they nra, tno. Thla collodion Includes dressing tn tha ever popolax navy; others are In roaa, beige, gray, tn and black. Soma are aelf reliant In their plain tailoring; many feature attfactiv trimming ideaa. Every woman desiring an attractrra taffeta drcea tar bualnaaa. atreet, shop, ping or for hhma waar should choose from this croup. Trtcad (Pti fTfl Kr'.duy only, special . . r. MOeOU , Third Hnor and Women'a Middy Blouses of Whit Galatea Goodie and Taul Jonea brands that are atandard everywhere for good quality material and workmanship; new arrivals nicely made of white KAlatea. Collars and cuffs in contrastive shades navy, copen, red or fc r c e n and trimmed with white braid. They are altogether smart. Priced $2.95 to $1.95 rr First Floor Items oA.xiuf.ty rriLvu Fancy Silk Baf a Of good quality silk moire in new styles; shown in black, brown, navy and taupe. Special $2.98 Linen Pound Writing Pa per Of fine quality; in white only. Special.. 33c Hnrelopea to match. 2 pkga lio Vancy Boxed Matloncry Pn per and envelopes or correspondence tarda and envelope, as you rhoole; whKa and tints; per hm, apecliU 85a I nnn h l'luor rr New Wirthmor Blouaa Just In by fat eiprcse. new styles In ditlnlv white vnlles and trimmer) with tiny tucks and laca. Worth much mnrfi esch Third lloor $1.50 Leatheroid Shopping Bags Made by the makers of genu ine T'yralln Ivory; a largo size for shopping; guaranteed lo wear heller than leather. A special purrhaao enables us to offer them (J- rw "P'chtl M.UU Children's and Misaea' Middy Skirts Many New Arrivals Every wardrobe whose owner likes to wear middy styles should contain a goodly supply of middy skirts, for one of their chief attractions is in being fresh. These middy skirts, just received, are made in full plaited styles; others are in plain gored types; large pockets, large pearl byttons. Priced $3.50 and $2.95 I Varth Hoor rr New Petticoat Jersey tops with flounces of quality 'taffeta and mewiallne ahown In navy and colors. frloed Ttilrd floor good silk; ..e.r:-.$5.95 flVall Papers, Special for Friday All room lots are to he closed out at less than ham' ruin:. Kitchen, bedroom and hntl papers In stripes, ami nil- over patterns, per roll, special . Itordera to nmtrh. 5ic Podroom papers In n choice eeleclmn nf ealln nlrlpea and all - nvrr tie. signs, per roll, special Cut-out horders tn match. Washable Ilia pspora for kitchen and bathroom: in blank anil small pstlerna. per roll, special nl 14c 17k Tapestries and blends; high arrnda nnd shown In enft gruya and tans; for living or inning mom; per roll, special at I'aianrhaiifTora I'nntlalird l lflh lloor 49c Japanese Kimonos You'll Want Plenty of These Silks Specially Priced for the One Bay Friday fHouseLinensss Special for Friday Natural Pongee Silk In an excellent quality; de sirable for dresses or men's shirts; launders beautifully; 33 inches wide; per yd., ( f 4r special 'Plain Colored Pong Quite popular for summer wearables; very finely woven and all silk; shown in a good range of attrac tive colors; also white; 36 in. wide; per Ar yard, special. . I)J.at) Silk Poplin Widely used now for women's, misses' and children's suits and coats for am art wear; black and col- "I 4 0 ors; per yard Crepe de Chine Shirtings In a quality that will stand practically any amount of washing; shown in a large assortment of smart colored stripes over white grounds; 35 inches wide. Per yard, (Ji fT A special t)d0J Kcnmiid Floor li98 (Thel for homo or hotel uwi; heary quality; our standard ehe-ets, bear ing our nam a. Special, aach $1.49 (Kitienus Med Ppraada; plain or sraJlnped edgea; cut comar; In hoavy qual ity crochet. Spe cial, each $2.98 54 Bear fa In pretty, new designs, In all white nnd fanry laca trimmed (JQ Each, special . - OaC 1 4 -Inch Mercerised Tahla Iiamagk; heavy double da mask; choke of three pat terns. Per yard, CP apodal ...... OOC Tl-lnch All Piira l.lnen Irish Piunssk In ra'ry heavy quality and good paMerns; per Q( in yard, epacial t,-J,J Snrand Floor Special Friday $5.95 Made of Japanese silk, hand embroidered, in regulation Japanese style; shown in many attractive patterns in wisteria, navy, orehid, rose ami black; all are fully cut, !ooe and com fort a lfe. Women's and Children's Lightweight Underwear With the changing of seasons comes the desire for lighter, more comfortable under wear. We are showing very complete assortments of undergarments for women and children. From these we mention at random Women's I ,lght weight Knvrlopn t hrmlsc I'liiln band tops; laca (rimmed knee. 8pe c:al. l J anil $1.19 U'nmrii't l.lKlitwrlght tdalo I nlini Nulled With plain bodice top. ribbon shoulder straps and tight kne; H7.es im to 31 Triced, per suit . . . 89c Women' Cotton Union Suita Lightweight; tailored band tops; others with tape tops, tight knee styles. Priced, per (3- suit, $1.25 and ... Woniem'a fotxim h. n t c I o p e rhecnine W 1 1 h tailored tap tops: a nice quality. BpeclaJ, 3 for $1.00 Mlaacir and Children's Ribbed Cotton Vent With plain tailored tape Inps; ahown In alr.es from 4 to 18 years. Specially priced, each 17c 1 1 J i h f J 1 til First Floor Us Fifth and Main Sla. Phone 6060 We qufxa, no former or comparative prices irt ''o u r advertising. We let you be the judge of values. iv. L. h 3 a i !i i .I Hi i ( H ! h n J h fa ii r' ,V-i'1 m TSsfcsCeaasWaasJag - -iji-'.-i1..