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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1019.
SIX MURDER CASES ON COLE'S DOCKET lmty Vmr i WtU He gin Ui Hiring of Criminal Trial u MnUr- JURY TO TRY MRS. ANDERSON CONNECTING LINK BETWEEN HOME AND THE SCHOOL Uy KLORKNCJS A. I'AIIDKK umm-ii DofmdnnU Will Charge of Anll-Mrllng Olltrr Thcfta. A mmer U mitl Wondar morning at o'clock the criminal )ry dc.rl.el of tho regular Veroh I'rm of district court will be Mld Y J udgc llcdmond K C'l. 19 caaea appearing on the docket for . . k. 1 i t fhf Pal St u I Z trial between win ........ . '"i'n-luJ-"! In these -( are ill rh.,.rt of murder against eight de "...un.ii. 14 rht-e of grand lar tiv f.-r Hi" moat purl for the theft ' . ..iil.. fniir rhRrei'S of Jur:ry Hgal""t six defendants, two charrea "' ronjoini imi.'-ij, . rfi-elvlng stolen properly and one nil it, rhrn of maintaining a ni- k"Tno.'''' charged with murder are tum K.-hecliter. M'ck Mct'nil and . y I'llcoik, (Irrda Anderaiin, Hand ' Lngglna and Hobrrt Mrlntvre. Cecil !tu-fl"'ll-l- T. King, .lohn r . ,,, Charles Morris, llnlirrt Mel brn. Jack Iuvl, John lllrlln. For rest HenlKhl. Albert My"ft. Iv . nirinnn and K. W. Trumble will be tried for ittrnllngr automobiles. Charges ft conjoint robbery were fled eirainst Msry Cilhh. Cecil Ku aril and. rYank Walsh, accused of . .. kittnmri.hlle from F. H STCiin ' - , Drnnkti ofl Mnn-h SO at the point of Miniver end against mm li.. nnio (n't furl Arurso on a similar rhargp for taking possession of an autnmo vie driven by Orsnt ' Htrhblns on jVt Second street on Pwfmbfr S4. Two charges of larceny upon which Votnry Pavl w hava been tried and one charge of car stealing aralnst Forrest Hentghl. will proh ahle be conllnoed for the term, the tinvs escaping from the county Jh It rly Frld.iv niTnlryr h aawlnr trielr wy Ihrfiigh the cell har and then during through a wall lnl the atalr. wit whlrh leadu frrrm the third floor of ih rnurlhonie to the flrat floor. riling of new caaea were on amially heavy In dlatrlct court the ant week. 44 plnlnllffa having aeked i irlitment for varlotn anina or ilecreea efrllvon e Of the caaea filed 19 wgre lielltioni for divorce. The only damage ault of Impor tant tried during the week In thl court the unit of Fred Mcln toih, by hla watlier, Andrew Mcln told, agalnat the cllv of Tulaa nqd th C. n. Fry & Howard Frya C'on rrurtlon rnmpany. In which a ver-Bi-l of lii.ooo waa allowed ly the Jury in the plalntiff'a petition alnt ln that h had been permanently In Jurrd bv the cxploalon of a dynamite cap which lie had obtained through a Kcond prraon. The plaintiff tiaimed tho cap had been allowed to remain In an unprotected place, inaiuig It posniblu for achool chil rn to obtain poaaewilon of the ex (Icaivea. Motion for a new trial of h caae w filed by counael for the t.ty of Tula. Only 11 caaea were filed In au l janor court during tlia week and of ' l- K .. ....It. n.i ai.lt f.p LI- orrt. The aiat of moat Importance filtrl wan that of Carrie Hniythe anainit the nklahoma Tnlon Itall wty company In which the plaintiff aika damaKea of f. 0,000 for Injuries ttyti when aha wiw thrown from air! car In a panic which fol lowed the Imrnltjg nf a control box In the front yeatlbule of the car. Marriage llcenaea were .sailed to 31 eouplea the pant week ugalnat an Inuance of S7 the precedltig week, ffi-n llcense.i were taaued Haturduy, whirh la the general average for that 'v for the paat several weeka. the farhei Saturduv. May S. when 1 w-r liumed by Hal Turner, license c;tr. Friday wi the closing day of the Wirch civil jury term, district court, th special lurv which has been serv- 1,'tni thi paat two weeks having been ancharred by Judge Owen Owen, who fr the past week has been sitting for Judge Cole. Judge Cole u been In Pawnee holding a civil 1rm of the district court. County Aweaaor Walter S. HoVker gtven notice that after next Mon ty Ihe bonks In his office will he tn to those who have In the paat Jwe. rers purchased ,or disposed of p''y or county property, that 'h proper division and uubdlvlalnn way he made a nutter of record In aMnnora office, for the purpose r aaseaalng county and atate taaea. Much difficulty has been etperl nr'd by taxpayers In this city and munty n ohttnln ih. '-atment nf the taxes due. from the For Pi I os w e Jumt l.lka Meet M Used Ola rirad. , ' C v L19 A WONDER, ' mill UT tr,l ' free N,ltrma IPn r"lo-"d the ralan. ,m" Others are '"'r';:,,;;;"1'' Pl' Treatment. M rtiga7st ' b,, from katlluil ' ""'"hera. Take no tZ SAMPLE COUrON r'7""' '! . Marahall. Mich. m. IrauMt, la plaia mmr. Ilia MrSJ r-v ... liAa. ttrthae .... GRAIN (xKMa, on ZOn vurk , rt. ,'urth'f " Our tw"1 "a the .-fi .""'' ""a ConMiMd ""S r.,', "d "n rn.rU. no a"- -aa city, 1 o-operatlon between'tha kinder garten and borne may aound rather formidable, but It really la Just think-. ing over what your precious four-year-old In dolntj every day In hrfi new environment. Ha la no longer a baby, but a boy. Are you helping or hindering hlni in hla efforla to establish hla own Identity among thirty other little folks, and to live happily with them? I'erhapa he has never played with children and Is diffident or uiaater ful. In the little social world of the kindergarten he fln.la that each child has rights a right to skip or play ball, for Inntance, and that eve-y child has a turn and he must wait for his sometime. iinlerly ways are learned here. HI hat and coat I with sleeves right side out) must he hdng on his own low honk. Have one at home for his special mr. I'liUlne- on and taking off rubbrrs U another way lo self help which mother a well as kin dergartner may foster. Toys, blocks and acrapbooks used during free play perloda In kindergarten must be put baik where they were taken from. Cultivate thLg habit. It Is a (nod one ur days always begin happily with friendly sweetings, songs, lovely music or ator V and pictures. t "moan-up1 cat dar this year says: ' He pieaxant every morning until 10 o clock; the rest of the day will lake tare of Itself." Homo Helps Important Help the child's memory and vo cabulary by cncmi rail nit him to re peat the kindergarten songs and stories. Then sing or tell him a new one. In the brisk marching and games of the kindergarten the natur al I tn inline to be anything, from i horse lo an airship, la gratified. Help to develop the Imagination nnd Imi tative faculty In this way at home sometimes. Help us anawer the end less questions which It la the child's right lo have answered. A promise for good or evil misl always be kept, so please don't thrraten to give him to the police men, who Is the child's beat friend when he Is loot. Bo often a bit nf neat pasting, good paper folding, a crayon aketch or cut-out picture done In kindergarten Is quite Ignored by the busy mother. Pou Id you have seen the absorbed Intereat. the screwed-up mouth or the twieting trfngua necessary for a mail person to accompllah this real work for your pleasure, surely you Would have given pralae where It was due. Resides, the training of rye and hand la Invaluable and should be encouraged In every pos sible way. Yonr Preseace Hclpa. Above all, visit the kindergarten without waiting for Chiietmaa Invi tations. Compare notea with the kindergarten and you may be gur- county treasurer's office, because ninny sales or purchases of land have not been reported to the assessor's office. There are numeroua Instances where the original owner has sold lois In the city or parte of lots, yet the tag has been assessed against the original owner and not against the purchaser. To avoid this source of error all rhangea In the ownership of real estate within the past two yeara should be reported to the assessor's office. prised at the dual nature your bov presents, and the help it M1 be to ana him from another angle. For Ihe mother who Uvea In" a neighborhood without a public kindergarten, there U this mrge Try to et all the mothers In your vicinity to petition the school board for one. Interest Influential men and women of the community In your plans Write to the I'nlted Ktates bureau of education for a pe tition form un, linfletn Keep In touch with modern kindergarten 1'fter.iture; this Is llsteil in the fre caiHloKucs of the kinder garten supply houms: Milton Hrad ley company, Nprlngriebl, Mu , and K. Steler Co . 4 'I .Murray St., New York Keep nil ti'llina stories from Mother (loose clasalcs. Plan i. tematlc occupation,, f,.r the children and sit bv ami work wiih them .lally Play games yourself with them and Invite other rhlldien to come and Join In Take walks and enloy the great out-of-door school at all limes' of the year. Oiargcl'vWil, Taking n-nUnilty Pin. Jack,llliiCB, charged with Hie theft Of a fraternity pin on May . who pleadrd not guilty nt h. arraignment before Justice H C. Maxey Saturday morning, made bond nf :,oo for his releas Kalurilay ufleriiomi, Harry It. Norrls, the complainant, alleges Hlnes entered his room lit III West Third street and nuiln nway with the property. GUTHREY IS PRAISED BY COMMERCE BODY noticing ( ommltdoner of Itlgliws Honored fur M-r. Ir In ltrhalf of ti.MHl lloads. In recognition and appreciation of the splendid sel vices lendelcd li) I'. Lle llullii ry an i lull nun nf Ihe highway department of tlm i liaiiilx'i of coininrrie tile pa.t Ihrcu ycais, the following resolutions were iidupi r.l rxpreiuong the lefirl nf llin ill rectors of that body ut his resigna tion W1IKIIKAH The dire, lots of tho chamber of commerce have re ceived with ngret tin. teeiKiistion of llonniable F. lire .iuihrry, highway i'iimmlioiii, ii'liu has a faithfully and efficiently served the chamber .if c.tiiuui ice i f TuImi. okla.as highway i oiu m i-miuht since November. ISlK, and V IIKItKAS. Mr Uutlney his conducted the affalra of h s of fice to the pronounced benefit not only of this organization anil lo the cliir.enslilp of Tulsa and Tul county, but l, the great benefit of eastern Oklahoma generally, and WH Kilt: AM, Mr tiuibrev In the performance of IiIm .IuIIcm hni brought to the highwav depart ment of Ihe Tulha chamber of commeice the distinction nf being Ihe hot organized highway de partment In the entire southwest, and WH I'.HF.A.t. Mr. ilulhrey has re flected nt all times great credit on this m ganixatlon in Ihe ursull of his official duties and has been f.t.iliiul and illinium in hi" rlfnris to tarty out real cnei ruciu work along hlghv.av cntiHti uctinn linr and has been eminently su. cesul ill III his efforts. Now, tiii:iii:foki:, hi-: it lil'-Si i;i, ity the board of .11 le.'toi of the Tula . hamber nf .ommeroi that we accept with re Kiel the iceigllallnll i f Mr .lutlliey f i fin ihe imsilioii ln has no ably occuied and that e lake ih! op porliinity nf expowsing to l.lm nf fli'lall. au, I tut 1 I.I ii.i 1 1 y the tlo.nka nf ouiselvi's nnd this nrg.iiKtalnn for Ihe hpli'iidid services he I. as rendeted. and thai we wish for bun unquallf leil sii.-ccmi un.l pmspcrllv In the biiKineSM Iti w htTl be Is utoMit to engage, n ml He IT I t lirilKlt ,l;lo,VF.I, As a further mink nf our appie c la 1 1 on of the services rendered by Mi .iiilhrev that a etipy nf lhci.o reM.liilionH he etnead on the mill iiten of the tiernianet.i recor-l of the Tulsa chamber of commerce, a copy be presented to Mr. ilulhrey an. a copy tin guen lo tin. press of Oklahoma In older that Ihe public may be advised of the ac tion taken. Ileapectfullv submitted, J M. IIKIUIY, Chairman. CYltl 8 rl AVF.llY. CI.AUFACK II (H!.;iwH (.'omiuiltee on llesolutlons, Tulsa Chamber of Commerce. Mr (iulhrey will coucluile the buxlneis of hla office Ihe (omlng week and will In. mediately g. Into thai nil business will. Cyrus Aer No one has been suggested as let to fill Ihe vacancy and probably will tint for some time, oW'Ing to the fall uie of the recent road bonds There is now more than J.llOO.niiO worth of highways under conatrucllon in TiiN.i county and until another stale road hill la passed work will he at a aUiidstlll III tills branch all over t he ocnuiltrv .- .. . iV . NORMAN BROOKS TO HEAD AUSTRALIAN TENNIS TEAM Thomas I licks, secretary nf the la.wn Tennis association of Austra lia, rtpresseil regret that Ihe Culled Stales would nol e n,k. a representa tive tennis team for lbs Iwvls rup mutches to l.a held In Knglaml. Ha also so li that Ills Australian team probal.lv will be the slrnngest ever place,! In Hie matches This lean. Is lie, nle. I by Not man llrooks "That this year's competition for the world s lawn tennis supremacy does lint Include a team from the I'ulted States will, I am sure, also be regretted by the olher eompctl tots. Ilowe.ei, It is plsssln.f lo pole that your association - contemplates being among tint entrants In IK2II II Is early to forecast our leant, hut we are hopeful nf being able lo be represented by a airorif aide, htad ril by Norman llrooki." Australian lawn tennla la attract log attention elsewhere than In the Antipodes, for the April lj Issue of Ihe Umdan "FlM'' says: ."The Australian service team, pre. llnTlnary" Id competing at WlmWe don, will be seen at eeveral tourna ments and arter the championships they will possibly' play at aome of tho leading provincial mseilngs. PnsimaMtrr Mam.il. WAKHl.VUToN. May 10. An noiincemr nt of Ihe establishment of a posiofflca at Washita county lo be called llrattwalta was luada by the postorflce department loday. John U Foster will be poetmaatrr. Carl h. Hanve wsa appointed postmaster at tirlmea, linger Mills county. Frea Tree Ooattasal Prearrlpttoa Doss Its OaUaeai Prairriptlon bosa Ha How to Make 5 Your Own Complexion t Treatment at Home S Ntfw Yrk : "It li my own diirovrrv, in,) 1 lh?i Jutl on ntrM lo rt iurh mrl ont rulli," Man Kln Wilrtir. whn hr frttnii aik her fthoui bcr von4rful rotnptrtlon atM Iho Imprnvvti atppftaranrti of hasfidi nd gvmia You ran do Ihe follow mjr Mrir," hm If TOO re. I fwl i I mjr duly lo Irll everT girl inrf iroenen whet tbia wonderful preecrtptiOTi did for mi 1 nTer Ure of leilm olhxre iaet whet brought etniut enrh remerkehle ralU Ilre ( the Ideniirel prrriptMa Ihet rmava every drrt frou my feee, nocki, hende nd ermi. I'ntll you trr it you ten form no Id of the marrflotn rhenge It will make In ju.l one Appllraiion. Tbe prearrlpUoa whlrh you ron proper at yovr own hiome (a followa: iio i any frnerry end ,t ten tnti worth of ordinary otmal, ana from any dnif atore a bottle of drwillo. Prepare the ootoneel aa di rected In every package f derwlllo and apply night and morning. The ft rat appll ration will a-UnUh you. Tt makea the akin appear transparent, anvooth and velvety. I ipf4ally ripommenaj it for a tallow akin, freckle, tea een epole, ooarae porea. rough akin, rudifine.e, wrinkUa and, In fart, every blemish Ihe fare, hende and erma ar heir to If your nerk or rhest ta ditrolorej fratn ei pot are, apply thia oombtnatlon there and the objectionable defect will die appear. It u abwiliiioly harmlea and will not pmdure or itimulaie a crowib of hair. No matter hnw rough ana ungolnk the hands nd arms, or what abuaea they have had through hard work and espoaura to sn and wind, thu otmal derwillo oomhl na tion will work a wonderful transformation In 13 hours at the most. Thousands who hate uaed It report the sane retain I have bad Mist O V, aavi: "My rompteiion poor and m akin rough Mr neck. rhc. nanda and arms were drk from tipowurr The very first applltallon of this wonder ful derwlllo oatmeal f omliination ronvlnred me that my onr rouiptetion and skin blem tehe woulrf eoon be a thing of the pa( In a few weeks all thes unstlghtly deferls had entirely dlaappeored and 1 ahatJ aloayt ao ft te koep mr onnpleilon at tta beil all the time. 1 nave renommeuded It to my ftrl frienda and they are Jut as en thutiattlee ofer It aa 1 era We " before rninf to the thester, danct or par Ilea and U'l wonderful whst a differ enre It makea In our appearance;" - Mrs 0 V. writes: "Oatinoal and wlllo Keva worked miraelea with mr pie i ion, I bad many depiied wrlnklee i and a tallow, rough ektn. Mv hauds and , arms were oovered with freckle After eight weeka use of Mil Kdna Wilder' t wonderfnl nnmwleiton praerription these ob t actionable defects have entirely vaulthcd look ten yeara jowrtfer ana advlsn every girl and woman to try It a tin I feel confl dent after on or two applications they will tiso It continually and be )utt as fa vorably Imprented with It at I am. 1 recommend It to all of my friend.' HOTB To rt th "rt he aura to follow the complete directions contained n every package of derwlllo Ynu have only to e the derwlllo and oatmeal. You need not h in elea anrl It la so simple that any on ran use It and ao Ineipentlve (hat any fir I or woman can afford it The menu artnrera and druggiais guarantee that there will be a noticeable Improvement after the first application or they will refund the money. It la aold In tlus rtly under a money refund guarantee hy department stores and all np-todale druggists, Includ Ing th guaker, 1'untan and the Rriall atoraa. C4 'Announcing the Exclusive Agency for Bon-Ton Corsets Vandevers Conceded by Corset authorities to be the best back-hee Corset onjhe market today. BECAUSE they quirement of a buying public. meet every rc-Corsct-educatcd BECAUSE they really fit and con tinue to fit and give the service expected. BECAUSE they are made of quality material, outside and in side, through and through. The Corset models arc designed cor rectly. All of the Bon Ton Corset models contain the patented 0. I. C. clasp. It does not pinch, break, squeak, twist or tear underwear and al ways stays flat. The models illustrated arc only a few that arc carried in stock. You arc invited to call and consult the expert corscticre on third floor. I I ss as -mtf V: er f 0 w fhlldrenlf IlaJr ut tlnjr and IVibblng liy an Kisrt, Hrinl Kl.Kir. fcr BHaavaaalBaBaVsala for Summer Dresses Miss Six-to-Sixteen The Dantiest and Newest Style Versions at Vandevers Newest example of children's outer wenr are nlwpys to be found here - Kiirmcntit tliut are distinctive of design and of a dressmaking and tailoring standard Hint is much above the ordinary. Tomorrow we offer for sale n "just received" collection of wonder fully dainty dresses for little Miss Slx-to-Sixtecn. Second Floor. Masses' White Summer DmaesV Desirable for Commencement Wear A bsvy of baautlful whits valla, organella and nat draaaoa; trimmings of hand am brolrlsry, flna lar. rufflaa and ribbons; a gslaollnti of dreaaaa that rafleot grsat rrsdlt on I ha makar for aaldnm dnaa on find sui'h particularly dainty creation. Thay'ra modsralaly priced from k 19.00 up to IZ5.00 Agsa from It yaari to IT. , , 1 Dainty White Dresses for Children Second Hoor Pls 3 years to I; materials are dot Isd Swiss, voile, organdl and bat lata, some with colored raffias, others trim med with fin lac and hand embroid ery. Hand embroidery and amocklnl enters largely Into the emcttlonal1y pretty and dalnly efforta of th New York stylists p.very mother In Tulaa certainly ran appreciate such de sirable ilreasra for little folks, at price So moderate aa w ask. i From t.7 op tn 111 0. ON?rU mr) n4 Wgtndla HaU for Um Yongr (imcTaUon Effect Irgly trimmed with flower, fruit and alf-mat-rial draped. Those ao fortunate aa to have aeen th new arrival are frank and liberal with their prates really they're ao fetchlngly mrt,t with all ao dainty, that liberal praise la certainly du them lomi of th '-colore are rxipen, light blue, pink and mala. I'rlced reasonably from ism u iii.ee ChrMrwa'g Hata of Milan Straw ' and Fancy Braid nirectolre pok and sheppardea whapea pre dominate, with a goodly sprinkling of th mor staple shape taken as a whole, an altogether harming collection of hata for aummar wear. There's every wanted color and black and whit. In th lot. Print In th little one. If nly to see them, Com tomorrow. Second floor. Trie range from te.M to u.ee 339 Here Exclusively "Derr'valc" Genuine Irish Table Linens Thf tnoet beautiful linene in the world are genuine Irish linens -and thev arc the xL most economical because no other linens are so strong, wear ao well, and stand B at a ! ine strain oi launuenng ana service. Denyvale Linens are genuine Irish linens, made In the Irish linen country from the finest flax grown and sun bleached on the gross. Dcrryvalc Irish Linens arc gtiurnnteed and priced moderately per set of one clolli and 12 napkins from $18.50 to $65.00 Set Summer Dresses Latest Types The manifold new styles for summer seem without end, which i" something very pleasing to every woman. Fashion is now giving the lienutiful cotton frocks right-of-way and , tomorrow will be an excellent time to choose one or two, for we have just,, received a collection of the latest types In some of the exclusive ginghams, inudras and voiles the best lines from good weavers Frocks that have been designed with an eye to satisfying a select clientele. The prices range from a modest $6.50 up to $12.00 Fash Ion Booties, Third floor Monday The Women's Wool Suits, Coats, Capes and Dolmans Will Be Offered at These Reductions None arc reserved, choose any Suit. Coat, Cape or Dolman, women's or misses', ut these remarkable reductions. I2&.U0 (.'out, Hull, Cap C'ut or Dolman now reduced to... tISST t27.l0 i on t, Hull, Cat'' rNmt or Dolman now reduced to 11 31 130 0U Coat, Mult, Cap Coat or Dolman now reduced to... 110 00 M 00 t'oat, Kult, I'apa Coat or Dolman now reduced to... IIS 14 117 10 Coat, Hutt, Cap Coat or Doftnan now reduced to... 12100 4U 00 Coat, Hull, Cape Coat or Dolman now reduced to... i ? It; do Coat, hint. Cap Mult or Dolman now.redured to... I2S.1S 148 00 Coat, Hult, Cape Coat or Dolman now reduced to.,, lO.OS 14 DO Coat, Hult, Cape Coat or Dolman now reduced lo. . , SSI.S4) 10 00 Coat. Hult, ( ape Coat or Dolman now reduced to... 11114 Iti? f.0 Co.it. Hult. Cape Coat or Dolman now reduced to SlYOfl I',:. 00 Coat. Hult, Cape Coat or Dolman now reduced to ;i 7 Ifi7 50 Coat, Hult, (ape Coat or Dolman now reduced to.., ,. 1344 ( 00 Coat, Hull, Caps Cost or Dolman now reduced lo 140 00 16? 60 Coat. Hull. Cape Cost or Dolman now reduced to 141 01 00 Cost. Hult, Cspe Cost or Dolman now reduced to S41.S4 147 r.O Coat. Hull, Cspe Coat or folman now reduced tn 141.00 171100 l out, Holt, Cupa Coat or Dolman now reduced to.'.. . 1447 S 7 r. 00 Cuat, Hun, Cape Cost or Dolman now reduced to... , . . 1.10 00 177 C 0 Coat, Hult, Cspe Cost or Dolman now reduced lo f M ST 7 .Ml font, Hult, Cape ('oat or Dolman now reduced to 151 00 ISO (10 Cost, Hult. ( ape Coat or Dolman now reduced to $.11. S4 J? 1,0 Coat. Hult Cap Coat or Dolman now reduced to flkSOO H'. on Coat. Hult. Cspe Coat or Dolman now reduced lo $ 61 t K 7 r.D Coat, Hull, Cape ('nat or Dolman now reduced to $5S R4 t9o p i Coat, Hult, Cape Coat or Dolman now reduced lo $"000 I'll. 00 ( out, Hult. Cape Coat or Dolman now reduced to... $$3.S4 $97 &0 Coat, Hull, Cape Coat or Dolman now reduced to $44.00 1100 oil Coat, Hult. Cape Coat or I Mi I man now reduced to 147 l2h 00 Coat, Hull, Cape Coat or Dolman now reduced to... $SJ 14 O- fns 00 Coat, Kult, Cape Colit or flnlman now reduced to..S. $tl 00 IISO 00 Coat. Hull, Cape Coat or Dolman now reduced to... ,.., $100 00 IMS 00 Coat, Hull, Cape Coat or lxilman now reduced to $(10 00 Store Hours Annoanntns s Recent Nhlpmrat of "So km ralmWs" Tolkrt lUiqaasIf "Oardnlo" I th best odor from thla famoua American manufacturer and who shall ear that foreign maker ran even qual such eiqulalta trfuri. (larderfflo Kaea Powder ,.$l.t0 Uardenglo race I'owder raflll paukat 91.04 (1ardn(lo Rout T ,.Mc Oardeng lo Vanity Combination. , . .SSo Oardenglo Sachet Powder, one, .$ I.M ()ardenlo Perfume, ouno $!.$ Uardanslo ToUet Water '...'.II.H and II.S5 Oardenglo Cold Cream In Tube S4Vn Oardenglo Taloum I'owder .Jao 8:30 until 6 p. m. Saturday until 9 p. m. w itn mill j Hemstitching and I'ieoting Done by nn expert at reasonable charges --balcony. i I . r . a