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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1920
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GENUINE POVERTY
Kag Clothed Urchins Are
Sought By Tulsans in
Charity Missions.
SPECIFY THEIR FAMILY
Humane Society Workers Tell
of StraiiKO Requests of
Tulsa Benefactors.
"All, rlinrlty, what tlintmh im do
mamls are until') in tliy tmiinV
Such mi (ixt'liiiiinUnn In mm moved
to utter watchfully waiting In Dm
tilltrr offices of 1 1 10 TiiIhii Humane
society ii ml hearkening tii iIim
jillril rmiupittn nf gftod-Iiitriitlonnl
Individuals for the tinnies unil nil
ilreiiHM of certain, npfrlflpd kimli of
poor families to whom to curry
Christmas tiiiskels, Though Dm
uplrlt of linliifiilncnti lmk of the re
iinnlH I itdmlroHe, tlm wiuillilK of
tho iimiim'hIh I often thoughtless mill
m specific thiit to furnish thu va
riety of unfortunates desired the
No Fear of Epidemic,
City Pltyaician Sujjh
With thi t'xen ! of proper pre
ventive pP'iatlllnhi, there should
l) no further apprehension re
tarding th" ree' nt ouiliri nk of
smallpox, i( hum n.i !! nt the offleo
of Jjr. I. t 1'reie.nii, clly siipvr
llltertilent of health, .Mnlirlny
'J'heie re only thren iKlUe curi-i
In the city of TiiIni, It wih stated,
anil t hi'Mi ruse arc will tiniler
control so Ihey ore not likely to
furl ti'M nny spieid of tho disuse.
Appnri'litly the oilthreFik In almost
eiillrulv ronflm il In the louns l
I wren TllNl mill H.md HprlligH, Ily
llitnidiirliig ntitll'ixln diirliiw tho
early stages ofthe outlirenk, Its
effect wiim creiifly linnoiioit and no
fiitillltleH urn feared.
"It limy lui Kit Id Hint the out
break In well iiiulnr control," Doc
tor TroHHOll Nlllll.
general pulillo, proverly conies hut
j'lini a year mill then .it Christmas.
This lit the only season when the
llrnrr.il public tnniilfefftH u direct In
Ifii'Kl In relief a llvltltrs
llllt, despite the Kiirtiuii thought
lessnets of Ilia lequuittM tnailn for
families to whom to iiiny Onlst
mas baskets, the real moving bplrlt
Is warm heaileil generosity, uuikiTM
of the hiimanu society my, nml to
them the apparent thotlKhlloiMlii'ss In
n m nothlmr when welKhtnl In the
Humane. so, lety would linot have I ,""', " ' k liiil iic'bh of Ml
to have a futility tnailn I., oriter nr ' 1 " "L". u M" "IMUnetlH Of uplrlt
I shown hy I till I V til !): Il lit I'lulHtliMM-
tine.
to have a family uiurin to ortlcr or
order onn hy catalogue.
Iti'iiffnftom "tinier" I'll in II v.
ICach year, nhoiit thren weeks lip
fore Christmas, people begin tele
phoning ami coming to the humatin
society with the statement th.it they
wish to earn for a poor family at
ChrUtiiias. Ami then tlm Individual
rtcr.ctlbes thfi kind of poor family
which he, she or the family wishes
U lilp S'noiii Individual wIhIi
poor fmnlllen where all the children
nru under a certain hko. Otherit
make reiiuent for fmnlllen where the
mother In a widow and the children
Hmall anil refuse, to carry I'hrlntmaH
Joy lo any family where, there In n
nan on Inn place, tie ho tho ymiiiK
Mm, father, hrother or uncle. Indi
vidual who lire fund of little itlrlrt
ItiHlHt upon n fiuillly where all the
children urn Klrln, preferahly (Lf
If ndor yearn, Htlll othern wlnTi J
fumlk.i wlieiu lioyH nro In thn ma- l
Jorltv. (iften tho exact age limit
for thu little ouen Im HpeulfU'd.
AkiiIii It Ih requested that tho
famlUca live In certain illnti Irte, the
(lelri on thn part of tho Individual
lielncr to help the family renlillnK In
thu poorcnt pelKhliorhooil, l're
fluently tho exact district, even to
tlm Mtrcct and hlnclc, In nameil.
Yuunir people who wlnh to piny the
Hood .Samaritan wlnh, though they
do not I'xpreM It downrlKlitly, for
famllleit In tho dnepent tlepthn of
poverty, their conception of pov
orty belnu rncn, Inttorn und dirt.
Older people, however, tindcrntiind
iiiit better what poverty In, know
that dim ilUtrcnn can no hand In
hand with a neat, tidy cottae and
whole KunnontH. Kuveral tlmen lifter
Clirlftmun Indlvlilual.i liuvo reported
to tho humane noclcty that they were
illNiippnlntetl In thn filmlllen whomi
numon wero allotted them nml that
they did not connltler the famlUcx o
lindly off bccuimo of tholr tldlncnn
nml neat MiirroundlngH.
lU fiino u Jlrlp NrffTOOri.
HreiiiieHln ivro really no npeclflo
that the family denlrrd Is nltuont
dcHcrlbod nn to hair and oycu. In
deed, tho humane nocloty once had
a rciuet for a poor red-headed
lamlly. Kverybody ulwayH rofunen
to take u ChrlstnmH banket to a
nesrn family, nml nowaduya the
nuiuuno nocloty workor.i do not even
uBct Much a movo. Thn only
negro family nvur allnttfd.wan prlvon
out during tho pant wcok to n local
wonuu who wiw moved by a recital
of their mUffortuiip.
A history of tho family to bo cared
for mid Informutlim mm to whether
tho poverty Is due to death. Blcknenn,
lack of work or what mlnforlum' nru
nlnu nlwityn demanded. Thin In
formation In kept In tho records of
the humane nocloty,
U moot Keem to thn hiimano eo
clety, loo, that In the oplnlnn of the
CLOTHES DRIVE
BRINGS RESULTS
New Year's Eve
Celebration
HOTEL TULSA
Tickets on Sale Cashier
Window Reserve Now
First Street
Market Grocery
Lions Club Gathers Over
8,000 Bundles to Keep
Needy Folks Warm.
Approximately 3,000 huiidlen of
old clotheH which contained nulln,
hntw, capn, nlilrtn, underwear and
nhoett, were collected Hiindty after
norm by th Monn club durlim. llu
half-ilay "old clotheit' t hiiiia1uii'
TheiKi luinilleH hav- all Iiomi turned
over to the Halvatiun Army for dlx
trlhul.on iimoiiK the needy over the
city.
Twenty.ono n 1 1 1 ) m f , 1 1 1 -m driven by
member of tho I.lunn club partici
pated In thu drive. From onn to
three hoy scoul.i ncrompanled each
car anil arled il collectorn, Kithet
Ini; tin' bundle from front porchen
and jilnrini; them in thu automo
bllt'H.
Although It wa't tin old clolhei
dilvc. A. V. Davenport, formt r
preitldenl of tlm I.lnni vrluli, tin Id
Monday thn rlnthlnn and Hhoe.t nol
leetetl With In milill better coiidl
llmi tluiii had been anticipated,
Mont of thu nrllclen may be worn
wlthnul itolmr lliiiii:li a pioci'et ot
mvndtiiK and putt hlnir. he raid j
"Wo wele will pleaded with the
result of thht cuinpalKti " toild Hav
eniioit. "Wo had hoped to collect
about 1.000 huudlc.i, mid wo nut
0. C. BOOSTERS COM I NG ' ivy mu-vIuk HUffcrlnK from
i the cold weather thin winter."
Contrary to expectation, mimt of
liislniil of llnvliii; Annual Atiloiuu.
mm I ii.illliin. lift lltihlni-hH
.Men Will 'IViur Suite.
A" ineaiiH of ntlmulatliiK hunlticKH
in mi ilium, inn reprexeutatlvo btinl
nenn men of Oklahoma City expect
lo motor throiii;h tlm noriho.uit part
of the Ktatn Hhoittv after thu flint of
thn year, leavltiK Oklahoma City on
Incumber iS, necotdliiK to a lelteit
received Monday by .Mayor T. I).
HvariM fiom thn aulo dealeM' nnnncU
tit Itiii,
In tlie.crowtl from tint capital will
hn automobile mid nuto nccen.iory
men, b.tukern mid other bunluen.1
men.
The prcfenl ruiitlnif, nccurdlni; to
inn miter, inrmiifH a ntop in tiiImi
ArruiifcmcntH Made
for Football Feed
for Kendall Eleven
Ai raiitf'tinmln are wiltiatly
completed for Urn enlei taliilnenl
of tho M i ord-brealtltiK football
t'li-von atid the leiifiird fii' lllty of
tho t'nlvelnltv of Tillna at n Htimp
tiioun bmi'iuit to b" rlvi'ti at Ho
tel Tulin Weitliemluy evenlnK The
baiiiiiet la In rhiirne of T. .1. Ilait
mini. 11. I', Ma! well ami I'l l"!
Shaw, dlri'i'torn of iho ch.imbor of
conimerie.
Thin lijri'juot Ii ttt honor xrep
tlonnl iiccompllnhuibtitn "t the
Kendall eleven, which bnKc the
wnrld'n record for numoir of
point madn In nn m-anon. Tho
fact that the KntVerMty of TiiIhii
wiin Henry Kendall onllcKo whin
thin honor wan achieved docn not
In the leant dim the brilliancy of
the achievement.
Tlm event will be attended
laiucly by direct orn of tho cham
ber of t otnnn n e.
U'tiiiiH Stale Ciiartl C'tnupiiny.
KIMirlMlllill, Dec .:o. Tin
Keith I weri I'ont held IH aiiliiia
b.iti'i'iet in t i o Kimir.-hir li i'i I a.'
I'ml.i) k1i. A coiii'intiei w in ap
polneil tn s'Tii e tiuliilmirt fur
ton puny of n',it j:Unrd n tlm tlt
the buiullen rnme from the front
potchen tif pernoiiH in tho "middle '
t-lat Itisteiid ot from the hitmen of
the wealthy.
WILL FIXAN0THER HIGHWAY'
County 'iiniml'.onem I'rnnilm to j
(Jrailo lliiil.i ti Arrow Itnml I. Ink, ,
Anntiranre that the ntrelch of road (
from the ennt end of Fifteenth ntre t
to the beKlunlni; of Iho llroken Ar
row liard-Hiirfnced hhthway will be
graded and placed In patinahlii con '
illtloti wan lilveti by the board of
county coinmlH.Mionerrt Monday to a
npeclrJ cominltteo from tlm i-hatu-ber
05 commerce componnd of V. A
vnndever, C. K, Avery, v. I, l.ewm
on VuemiHy, January 11, aiuj an all- John T. Kramer,, 12, lieu Cluthrey
nntiit way nero Tuenday nleht, tirul Clarence 11, DoimMan.
Thin trip In to be Hindu In place of I Thin plern of road In n part of the
hol'llnu the annual automubllft nhow ' ni.ilu outlet from thn city to tin
at Oklahoma City,
Thn letter, nlKiird by KdKar T.
Hell, nerretnry of the motor car deal
urn' nn.ioclntlon, Htate that "the ob
ject of thin trip In to try to ntlmtilato
bunlnenii, and with your full co-operation
mid that of thn hunluenn men
of your city, wo believe we can nc
compllnh a treat deal on thlt tour."
The local nutomohllo dealeiV an-
noclatlnn, which In to hold Itn trreat
ent nnnital automohlle nhow In Feb-
ruury, will probably take an nctlvo
part Injnntertahiljii? thn j'HItorn.
llroken Arrow road. It In to here i
iiier no Kiven more ntieniiou, ac
cordliiK to the rommltiHloneiH.
NiirM-M ,1110111 I'rom Mrc. Hurt.
OMAHA. Nub., Dec. 20 HU iiurnen
wero Injured when they Jumped from i
thn second ntory of the tinmen' home
of the t'nlvernity of Nebriiitka hoo
pllal to eeeapn ftrr which caused
J5r.,O00 iliiiniico to thn home early
today, 1'orty-flvo other nurnen es
caped without Injury Thu cau.so of
the blaze In not known.
25c
35c
30c
35c
10c
Ilivulifimrtt'is for ClirlMuiU4
J'rlccw All Week
J
Candles
Now Crop
Wulnutn ,
New crop
Almonds .
New Crop
Jluzal Nuts . ..
l'op.
com
Fancy Jonathan fl0 HA
Applcc, box tpW(7l
70c to 35c
StHX'laU mi (inncrliTt
Whlto Karo, Qt,
Ballon OUC
Dark Karo, rr
Kullou UC
No. 1 Turk, and k
Ileuim, can )C
No, 1! I'ork und i
llcann, can XUC
tlallon tn-t a f
50c
Chorrlea
Uallon
ApplCtl
Gallon
Apricots .......
Uallon
'.PInenpple
1 Kalian Jloney
nucklo Syrup . .
20o Uuijo Corn
Flakes, packaco
SO ozh. I'ancake
Flour
10c, pnukaso Macaroni,
Khcttl und QA
Vermicelli OL
Tlio Meat Department Is
4 Comptvto
21 Went rirnt Kt. . OsaRo 702(1
...95c
... 95c
$2.25
... 17c
15c
Hpu
Vassar union suits
REG AUDI JOSS of tho price,
a Kift should bo the bust
of its kind. When you give
underwear for Christmas, give
Vassar union suits, then you
know you're giving the best.
Very fine djj ar
ones tyHkiJO
Other Vastar Union Suits,
$2 to $8.95
eurltScBroMtiC.
The Live Store
Gens Cash Stores Co.
Nine
Stores
in
Tulsa
STORE NO. 4
Purity Grocery
114 E. Second Osage 1702
One in
Your
"We Sell the Best for Less"
Our stores are chucked full of Christmas Specials.
Take advantage of our liberal offerings while our
stocks are complete.
STORE NO. 1
7(10 WeM I'ark
1'liono O-7N0
STORE NO. 2
Tenth nml Klulu
I'lionn V'Hi
STORE NO. 3
1104 i:aNt llndu'o
l'hono O.fl'Jl.l
I'uilty
STORE NO. 5
l'alr low .V.- Iloiildcr
l'liouo Osao HUH
STORE NO. 6
7 West I.atliiicp
l'hono O.ic Hllta
STORE NO. 7
I'urlty .Market
O-1702, C-H3
STORE NO. 8
Hi. Grocery No. 1
Seventh nml McCoy
Kendall
l'hono Cvdar 1R3
STORE NO. 9
418 West Ninth'
l'hono Osnuo I IH
STORE NO. 4
Grocery 111 i:at Scconil Street
'hono 0nKii 1702, Cedar S3
Fresh Fish
In the Morning
Catfish
Halibut
Black Bass
Lake Trout
Red Snapper
Oysters Shipped Direct
From Baltimore
Osage Market
107 East First St.
Ph one Osage 2080
CAR HEARING PUT OFF
CcltoN, f'nrxiratlon (,'oiumbMoiicr,
I'lfsllKiiicN street Car nml Teh-
phone Halt; ArKiiincnlM.
An liideflultu postponement of hn
hearlriftn of the Tula Hlreot Hallway
lompany and the Houlhwittftern Hell
Telephonu company, which wero to
havo been held hero befor" Corpora
tion Cnmmtncloncr It. II. 1,'choln
Tuenday w.tn announced In a tele
KlUtll lecelved llondny eveilltlK by
City Attorney Krnnk 12, Jjuncan
from 1,'rholn. The ditto on whb h
thu hearing will be held wan not
nnnolltired. but It will dotlbtlcM fol
low thn holiday. Duncan betlevcs.
Whether tho wtroot railway com
pany nh.ilt bo Kranted the right to
Immediately Increane Its faro from
flv in seven centH cash nnd to nix
and one-fourth cents for tickets will
be decided at this hearing. -While,
the hearing of the pjet
rallwnv comn.iny and tho telejmono
(.!,. i. nnv linen been tentatively et
for the wunn day. City Attorney
Duncan wild Monday tho street, rail
way company ha precedence nml
that, iih Its hearltiB will not llkoly
cotiHiimn ax much Jlme an that of
the telephone cutupauy, It will dbuht
leu bo held flrnt.
Open cvcninjin, nil this
week until' i) p. in.
SPECIALS
I'or TiifMliiy, Weilnc.Mtlay, ami
Thiii-Mlny I
JACOBS
Mercantile Co.
218 lo 226 Kant First St.
'Ilui lilt; Store tin i;.u.t l'lnt
Street
Grocery Department
Chrbtmas Mixed Candy
Molasses Kisses, 1 Qn
per lb JLOC
Ribbon Taffy, 00
per lb.. fuAKs
Mixed flavors OO
Taffy, lb &U
Peanut Brittle,
per lb Li UK;
Kudge, per 22 C
Good grade Choc- OQ
olatcs, per lb... mOC
1 lb. White Granu- Q
latcd Sugar Ot
10 pounds 80C
1 peck 15 lbs. QC,
Potatoes at Otll
100 lbl Ho- d9 g)f
tatoes ipLd&Xj
Hominy, 21Mb.
caiiH, 1 do. I Uv
Hand Picked
Navy Beans, 10 lbsUtJL
Old Manse Maple Syrup,
Hi-lb. cans Of
al Ot)t
...T 63c
5-lb cans (j-
Hand 'Packed To- Q
niatoca, ldoz. cans7UC
Chase & Sanborn QK
Coffee, 1-lb. plrg.OtJC
Three pack-
axes at J)JL UU
Pcabcrry Coffee rjQ
) lbs I Ot
Sturgeon Rod Pitted
Cherries, 2-lb. OQ
cans
Meat Department
Best Creamery AH '
butter, per lb.. , tc! t
Compound, per .
Swifts Premium Bacon,
whole or half, per A -j
lb 4:1 C
Crisco, H-lb. QO
rans . OO C
Thrje-lb. (n
cans UjC
Six-pound QQ
cans J)A40
Pork Chops, t n 1
per lb j.! 2t
Round Loin, per
lB.';..'.'!'v.'.'.'.'.20c
Fresh P 0 r k Skinned
iir:. r:. 20c
A. L. FRANKS, Mgr.
BULLETIN NO. 11 ,
We sell for less and the goods must be
GOOD GOODS
or the sale is no good.
Sanitary Cash Grocery
112 North Main Street
Phone Osaye 67.7-0 A7
Phoncn Onaye 613-9443
FliUE DELIVERY on all orders over $5.
Small orders delivered anywhere for 10c
Guaranteed Fresh Country Eggs
75c Dozen
llusset llurbank fH
Potatoes, peck... TcUt
fled Star Flour, gJ gQ
Polar Bear and Queen
Quality Flour,
24 lbs
Shady Brook But- PA
ter, per lb OlL
$1.50
CHRISTMAS TREES HOLLY WREATHS
HOME-MADE FRUIT CAKES
Order Your Christmas Poultry Now
Turkeys, Hens, Ducjts, Geese
Fresh Dressed to Your Order
The Imitation is Never as Good as
the Genuine
For more than four years we have featured Good
Goods at Low Prces. We knew we were right in our
principle from the first and have never wavered from
it a minute and it goes without saying that wc never
shall. We now defy any novice or imitator jn this art
to even approximate our values. From a bird's eye
view, as it were, we have seen them grab at one straw,
and then another. Our business principles cannot be'
imitated. They must be GENUINE.
Here We Go
Fruit and Vegetable Department
3c
Best Cabbage,
per pound ....
Best Potatoes, extra good,
peck . . 35c
Jonathan Apples, OA
per dozen dUC
Jonathan Ap
ples, per box
Oranges, sue
200, each
Delicious Apples,
each
$2.65
5c
5c
Meats, Special Prices on Good Meats
Boiling
Beef .,
Chuck
Stea k.
Pot
Roast .
Short
Ilibs ..
Round
Steak .
10c
20c
15 c
15c
30c
Sirloin
Steak
Pork
Roast
Pure
hard
Excellent Light
Bacon, per lb. .
Dry Salt
Squares
100 lbs. Pure White Gran
ulated Cane
Sugar ....
Pure White Granulated
Cane Sugar,
per lb. . . .
Lipton's Best Yellow
Label
Coffee ..
Grocery Department
Mite Gran-
$8.75
nulaled
9c
Yellow
45c
Fancy Christmas Trees
25c t 75c
25c
29c
3Sc
25c
Cider in bulk
per gallon
Cider in one-half
gallon glasses . . .
Best Bulk
Peanut Butter . .
Rosedale's Sliced
No. 2'i! Pineapple
Christrnas Goods
xsew York Cream
Mixed Candy . . .
Chocolate
Drops
Elephant Stick
Candy, 2 for
Filberts
from
Evergreen
Wreaths
Holly
Wreaths
English Walnuts,
fresh stock
Christmas Mixed
Candy
TRADERS NUMBER 4
10S East First Street
Phones Osage 4935-8692-6970
The Good Goods Store
P. S. The above prices are subject to the supply on hand
Almonds
Washed Brazil
Nuts
30c
22c
22c
38c
18c
90c
65c
25c
39c
35c
30c
5 c
38c
38c
45c
a I IMSMHHMHBHI '
snop is mi: MOUSING nouns
Halliburton-Abbott Co.
I'honc (All nrpnrtmcntn) 0000
Sfembn r of (icn HJiop (Squaro ct) AssoctaUnn
Member llctler limine liurenu
A'Strand of Coro Pearls?
necniue of tholr unusual beauty, Coro Indcstructtblt
1'tarln aro Ideal nlftn for women and Klrln. Guaranteed
not to peel or dlHcnlor. In various 1 en nth Htrnniln, )n
graduated sizes, with 14-k. wliito gold plain or (llltrrecd
clasps,
10.00 to 75,00
Jewelry Rretloa Main Floor
All Leather Novelties 1
In the Main Door Shop
Reduced 25
Leather traveling cases, fitted sewing boxes, collar
boxes, Tiling cases, novelty bags, purses, canteens '
and other leather goods; al) tine gift articles. I
L
66
Felt Slipper Specials
Strlc I'or Men, Women and Children
99
Excellent Men's and Women's Felts
Muny, muny pairs of our best quality, most desirable
warm, wool felt sllpponi for men and women In various
models and wldo cholco ot colors, l'alr, O Q?
uppclal OU
Splendid Men's and Women's Felts
Almost any rolor ono could want In theao high grade,
wool felt' slippers, In various styles, including pink.
Ilslil blue, lavender, old rose, navy, purple, S QfT
red, and others. I'alr, special iOtj
Children's and Women's Felts
Dpllghtfully attractive- felt slipper in styles for glrto,
boys and their mothers. Name tho color you'd like:
probably it Is obtainable) In these foltn at, -t A
the pair, special JL)
Footwmr Mln Floor
Four Silk Specials
Satin Charmeuse
40-ln. flno firmly woven
charmeuso In correct
weight for drosses' and
blouses; black und many
Colors. Yard, Q KA
epeclal dt)U
Fine Silk Shirtings
Extra quality crcpn do
chine and broadcloth in
all-whlto or colored
strlpings In combina
tions, 35 ins. - Qf?
wide, special. , . UO
Fine Wash Satin
Cholco quality nnd tex
ture for blouses and flnn
undergurmcnts; 36 ins,
wide; white, pink, lavrn.
dcr, roso, flcsl). - r.e
Special LtUU
Fancy Tie Silks
Good wovqii pattern
ullks, loomed especially
for making men's ties;
desirable colors and de
signs; not reduced. Tie
length. 1.50 - ok
value J.0
Riyond Floor,
All Blouses Reduced 25
Lovely Ones for Gifts
Nothing could bo moro acceptable
to a xvoman than u carefully se
lected blouse. All our blouses are
reduced 25 per cent. Just hosts of
thorn excellent for 'gifts, some for
business and suit wear, others for
dressy occasions.
All Sbits Half Price
All Furs Half Price
Third Floor
Baby Shop Specials
Cloth Dresses
4 to 0 Tears
Little. Jack Tar dresses
of flno sorgo in regula
tion stylo trimmed wlUi
white silk braid and em
blems. Special
at
8.95
Girls' Coats
A Mmlted Number
lAmbs' wool eiderdown,
broadcloth and wool
crops coats for children
In whlto and light col
ors. I-S Leas.
Fourth Floor
Ajl Real Linen Table
Linens Reduced 20
AU Miulelm l'lccca
211 Ix
All Cluny rircca
73-ln. Japanese lunch cloth
fust colors; special 'A
m i.oy
lSx54-ln. lace trimmed
rcarfa; special, 89c
Vanvy Linen Tnmki
at) Less
All Flirt Vlccm u
20 re lAty-i q
Colored bath towels In goob '
rjuality; special J)(;
Center pieces, lace trimmed;
aT.'l'.rA 1.75
Seasonable Staple Goods
33-in. 8orpontlno kimono
crepo In pretty pat- QQ
terns; yard OcC
27-In. fleeced flannelette for
kimonos in many pretty pat-
T.V. .'"f....... 39c
32-ln. sophyr rlnghams, In
pretty plaid patterns; 4Qn
tho yard xVv
32-ln. Imported shirting
madras, beautiful 1 (?A
patterns; yard X.uU
Hrrond lloor
AH "Universal" Electrical
Appliances Reduced 20
In tho lUtemeot Store. sWvf
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