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1' a -wA4v. 4 iv BVEHtHG EDITiON. City Briefs ••l^Ulf.. ..!.! ,**T SWe^Ford pile tpn truck com plete, new tires and license, *2»0.00. 1211 North 4th Street, City.—Adv. Have Vonr Painting and Decorating done by Johnson & MeCaffery, 307 North Third. Phone 419-W.—-Adv. Our Scarifier Is Hwp f» we can scarify and fix 14p yeur fcweet Clover. Hensrud Bros., Msktnock. N, D,—Adv. Mrs. Werner wishes te announce that she wijj he regponsiWc for any bills contracted »t the detention hospital alter Aflrll 16 —Adv. Hat CleiMiiJW a^ K^hklckiiw-r-NW is the time to have yaur bate cleaned and rebleeked. Brine then) in and ire will 4e ih« rest. Busy Bee, 307 PeMcre Ave.—Adv. Brand New—Cabinet Phonographs from $39.00 up. Large assortment of makes, and any reasonable offer ac cepted. Getts Piano House.—Adv. Phonographs and Ptanw^At half price. We are quitt)n* business and must v^e^gte our' bujldinp within the next month.—Getts Piano House.— Adv. Masonic Meeting—There will he a special communication of Aoaeig. Lodge No. 4, A. F. & A. M.., this even ing at 7:80 o'clock. Work in M. M. degree. F. A. Bennett, W. M.. 1. A. Berg, Sccy. Underwood Typewriter Co.. 102 Se curity Block. Underwood typewrit ers for rent at reasonable rs.tes. Can also make immediate deliv«FJ' °n new I machines. Underwood typewriters cleaned a^d averha"ile4'-*^AdY Grand Forks post of the Americna. Lesion, 307 DeMers avenue. Wc bank at the First Saving? Bank because there is a fueling of weleome there. Are you saving steadily and systematically to be ready to take ad vantage of opportunities when they arrive. Checking and Savings ac. counts solicited. Open Saturday Rings. 5% compounded quarterly paid on savings—Adv. Monop\4ne News—John La.rsen, with his. party maklP® a trip to the Arctic ocean in giant J. W®, all rretal mquppl^ne, flew from pdmon» ton. Alta., to Peace River. Sask.. in tf-o hours and SO minutes last yway, .md is now believed to have arrived at fort Norman. Alta.. according to vord received from Edmonton. Lieut. Harry Myhres, pilot, and Ernest Buehl, mechanician, axe accompany ing Mr. Larsen on the trip. THE TOWN TODAY John J. Devine of Merrifield, on trial here today on charge of malic ious mischief. Many Merrifield people here for trial. County agents of this wetien-e! th* sate hold important cawferencs her* oday. 1 "Ted" Mercer and Hsnry If. S*d ey, who are holding mission nutt* ngs at St Paul's Episcopal church, (rill address Kiwanl? club tomorrow. C. A- Pigneps. well known In this eity, died at his home in Traill eovnty today- I Grand Forks high school *yn#phony gave spltndid it Auditorium last night. I TWO BURNED TO WPAOT I Montr«»l. April In a Or# th«.t destroyed their home in T"1**5 «f Melbourne, Frederick J. white, 88, and his sister, Mies Georgians, Whlto, i'T4, were burned to death. SANITARY Meat Market 3*0 Kittson 'lib! ^gtetf »BJ| H*Iflpml*e from JBftBHon A MeCaffery, 30T N, Thtrd. Phones 89S—#84 Choice Pot RoaBt, per pound Bhoullsr Rowt, per pound ...... Beef Short EUbs, per pound 1 1 Wanted*-- Herald.^Adv. Papeete. April Jf 18c 20c 18c Beef Stew, per pound Round Steak, per pound ... Hamburger, per pound Choice Veal Chops, per pound Choice Veal Stew, per pound Veal Shoulder, per pound .'. Fresh Fork 'Sausage, per pound Fresh Spare Ribs, per pound Pryed and Smoked 12k 12k 28c 15c 30c 15c 20c 20c 22c 40c 2tc 25c 85c 20c 85c 60c 65c Leg Mutton, pound Crisco. per pound .. Lemontf, large, per dosen Hiawatha glided Pine a 2 a an Armour's Ketchup, ISTSO bpttl4 .« Welch's Cherril#.de, 2 large bottles ..- .. Beinz Apple Butter, 3 pound j«r gwift's ^rena^um Ole omargarins 2 pounds for. U? I I S Ipflfflj'jjfllH H"*!' 1 *1 ii~ li'lft' sij'itfUi ajl I Interest Again Turns To Treasure Reported Buried Tahiti Society Islands), •Interest has once more Having secured a schooner there they returned t.e Peru, recovered the treasure and sailed la the westward intending to incite Australia their des tination. The fact that they possessed no papers presented an insurmounta ble obstacle to thei? gaining entrance tp any port without rigid investiga tion. 80 they determined to bury the'treasure on an uninhabited island in the Paumotus until such time as cou''' charter i| Sidney a schoon- er for some alleged trading enterprise ^nd, sailing with proper papers, re turn to the island. Scuttled Ship. When. s-fterwardp in pursuance of this plan, they reached the coast of AuptnMia they sought an unfrequent ed part of the coast, scuttled their schooner and coming ashore in the gujse of shipwrecked sailors, endeav ored Ho make their way to Sidney o\'erland. Two only by name. Kill rain v»nd Brown, arrived in Sidney the other two having been killed in a SWIFT AND ARMOUR AGREE TO PLAN TO SELL STOCKYARDS Wanted Report—An announce- Washington, April 12.—A plan for'$1.36 1-2. ment was. made this morning-fh^t im- the disposal by Swift and company! Corn—No. 3 mi*ed. 52 1-3® 53 1-4 portant information awaits Paut.and Armour and conipany of their in-! No. 2 yellow, 56 1-4@5T. Stone Cruchet and Louis L. LeonS-rfl terests in stockyards and -terminals Oats—No. 2 white. 37 o7 3*4 at the office of the adjutant of the railroads tin ail has been agreed to I No. 3 white. 3ft 3-433S 1-2. between them and the ffcpart.ment of justice. Tt. was iiled today in the Dis- I triet of Columbia, supreme court an is subject to the court's approval be-! fore becoming effective. The plan sets forth that t.he defend ants are to proceed to sell their stock with due diligence with reports of 2.11 sales submitted to the court for its July approval. These reports must con tain the price and the name of the proposed purchasers and must be ac companied by affidavits that the pro posed purchasers are in no way con nected with the defendants. In the event that any of the stock remains unsold at the end of the ye^r, the defendants may obtain an exten sion of time upon a showing made to the court of diligence in their ef forts to dispose of the stock at a fair and reasonable? price. On^One of Coral Islands ot The properties stock, in which are to lie sold by the two companies in clude: Sioux City Stockyards com pkny, St. Paul Union Stockyards com pany. Kansas City Stockyards com pany, St.. Louis National Stockyards, U^ion Stockyards company of Omaha, Limited. Milwaukee Stockyards com pany. Bloux City Terminal Railway company. St. Paul Bridge and ter minal company, St. Paul, Minn. Agreement to dispose of their stockyard interests was made by the packers in the consent decree filed with the District of Columbia supreme court more than a year ago. Plans under which the other of the "Big Five" packers are to dispose of their stock were agreed upon sonic time ago. SPANISH MINISTER TO CHINA DIES AS RESULT OF CHOLERA Peking, April 13.—(By the Asso ciated Press.)—Luis Pastor, Spanish minister to China and dean of the diplomatic corps in this city, died to day as, a result of a cholera attack which he suffered 18 months ago. NEW PASTOR SAYS vMASS IN KENOSHA Kenosha, Wis., April 12.—Mass was *aid at the Holy Rosary church this morning but the pastor, the Rev. Peter Perardl, who had been driven from the parish housn on Sunday right by an angry mob. did not ap pear at-the church. It was said that he was a very sick man and not able I to leave the home of Father W. D. Malone. at which he had sought asylum on Sunday night. Father Malone read the mass. 8CB6 FOR 2,000. Monroe, Mich., April 12.—A suit by capias was instituted here Thursday morning by Fred Vandercook, 44, prominent farmer of Dundee town ship,. against Charles Breitner, 45. ot the same place, charging alienating the affections of. Vandercook's wife, Myrtle. He claims $6,009 damages. Breitner furnished $2,000 tydl. FRCIT TRESBB IN DA1TOGE. Pontiac, Mich., April 12—'Peaches, plums and other early fruits trill be in blossom within a wash un less there is another, cold wave, hor ticulturists declare. Predictions ot freeling weather are received with concern, as the fruit buds are so far advanced they would be killed. rocrom. STEAMER, Beaumont, Texas, April ,12.—Tha Bowls Xdae Steamship cattnaar*s steamer, trith 22 n&en on board, foundered in the Gulf of Msxico Man* day nlght. aocording to wireless, ad vices receives here. Three men were picked up by the British steamer Cissy. Winttash men are missint- items, and 'K READ WEDNESDAY NIGHTS PAPER mm*." fight with bush natives. Such is the story of the burial"of the treasure. The tale of the attempts for ita re- been aroused jn the treasure reputed .. to be buried'in the island of Plnaki. jwvery begins in 1913 or 1913 when one of the corgi islands *0 the east ward pf Tahiti, and a new association has been formed in Tahiti to seek for the treasure. The story is that dur ing the confusion of a revolution in Peru sgme sixty or more ye^rs ago a church was looted ot' a rich treasure of gold and precious stones by four niep who succeeded in getting it to the gtiaet where they buried it in a safe place afterward making their way to Panama. one day on the streets of Sidney a man by the name of Thompson was accostedxby an' elderly' beggar seeking alms, on giving the man a small sum Thompson was surprised by the request for his ,n/tmc and address, which he carelessly gave and thought no ntore.aboift it. Some time' later he was summoned tp one ot the hospitals of the city. There he discovered that the one who had asked for him wag the beggar whom he had befriended some time before. The old man told hjm that he had sept for him to disclose to him the resting place of a great treas ure which he and three others had buried on julsnely island many years before tfeftt they bad fallen on evil toys and were never able to return to the island and that he, Kill rain, being the only survivor of the com pany and about to die. did not wish the secret to perish with him. gfeorobed Eight Yean. Thus it was thAt Thompson came into the knowledge of the story and of sailing directions to locate the is land. Being convinced that the story was founded on truth, he came to fsfyiti and having satisfied himself that the island of Pinaki is the hid-, fag place of the hidden treasure, h*«j' LATEST MARKETS Under the plan the packers are to deposit, their stock in the yards and terminals with the Illin'ois Trust and LIBERTY BONUS, Sewings Bank o£ Chicago for admin- New Torn. April la.—Ciose: 3 1-2's. istjfttjoo by two trustees, Henry W.'• 90.06 first 4's, 87.50 second 4's, Anderson of Richmond, Va.. and 87.53 third 4 1-4's, 90.66 fourth George Sutherland of Salt Lake City, 4 l-4's, 87.62 Victory 3 3-4'a, 97,oS Utah, until sold, which must be with- Victory 4 3-4's, 97.58. in ope year lite trustees are to receive salaries of $10,000 a year each and will have ppwer to interfere in the manage ment of yany stockyard or railroad if in the opinion of both either the' Sherman act or the terms of the de cree are being violated. CASH SALES. April 12.—.Wheat—No. a email@example.com No. 2 hard, Chicago red, $1.27 Barley, 60# 72. Timothy seed. $4.00®!i.fi0. Clover seed, *12.00® 17.00. Pork nominal. Lard, $9.70. Kibs, firstname.lastname@example.org. MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN TABLE. Wheat— Op«n. High. Low. Close. 1,1$% 1.21 May ....1.33® 1.23 1.21 July 1.18 1.16 Oats— Barley- May ... July Flax— May .. July Eggs, weak receipts 47.3-31. Cheese, irregular'.' receipts 1.005. (All other quotations unchanged.) MONEY. New York. April 13.—Prime mer cantile paper 7 t-2@7 3-4 exchange easy sterling 60 day", bills 3.87 1-8. Francs demand 7.10 cables 7.13. Lire demand 4.65 cables 4.67. Marks demand 1.62 cables 1.63. Montreal 11 3-16 per cent discount. Government bonds steday railroad bonds easy. Time loans firm 60 days. 90, days and six months ft 1-3 7 per cent. Call mort%y, firmer high, low and ruling rate 7. METAL. New York. April 12.—Copper, quiet:, electroyltic spot and nearby 12 3-4 May and June 13. Iron nominally unchan^fd. Tin easier, spot and nearby and fu turcs email@example.com. Antimony spot 5.12 l-2i&>5.25. Load quiet spot 4.25. Zinc, steady Fast St. Louis de livery spot firstname.lastname@example.org. COTTON. New York, April 12.— otton fu tures closed virtually steady May 12.19 July 12.76 October 13.31 De cember 13.63 January 13.77. FATHER AND THREE u\ i" 1.13 May 30% .30 Ju|)^ .-*—v3i| .33 Rye May 1.23 .29 Ti .31'. 1.33 4. .99 Vs 1.30% .97 .98 .57 .57% .57 .58 .55 57%. 1.52 1.52', 1.55 t™ 1.46 1.4 9'.k .1.55 N SONS INDICTED 0N\ 14 MURDER CASES Montlcello, Ga., April 11.—Indict ments were returned here today by the Jasper county grand jury against John S. Williams, his three sons. Hu land, Marvin and LeRoy. and Clyde Manning, his negro farm boss, charg ing murder in connection with the deaths of 14 negroes on the Williams' plantation. Sight indictments were found against John S. Williams, charging murder of eight farm hands whose bodies were recently found buried in pastures on his farm, or were dragged from nearby rivers. Sight indict ments also were returned against Clyde Manning for the same killings. John S. Williams, owner of the so called "murder farm", was convicted of the murder of one of the negroes In Newton county last week and sent enced to life imprisonment. RUSSIA CLOSED TO AMERICANS APRIL 20 Naw York, April 11.—Tha Soviet government has issued an order pro hibiting any one from the United States from crossing the borders of Russia after April 20, according to a cable menage made public today by Charlea Recht, attorney hare tor the Russian Soviet government. The message stated that all emi gration from this country would be suspended after that date until ,an official representative of the Soviet government with authority to visa passports of persons who desire- to go to Russia, arrives in tha United States. KDir «TAN1 TSUAX*. Vancouver, B. C., April Orattan GRAFTON MAN DISK. Grafton, If. D., April IS.—An other pioneer resident of Walsh oounty, Mrs. Axnond Stromme, died recently at the hone of ber son In Minneapolis. One of the tuly settlers of the Pack River neighborhood she has w4» her haws 4n Minneapolis tot several years. Mrs. Strmnme wni .' jrftu* old. jVt» 1.47 1.51 PRODUCE. New York. April 1?.—Butter, steady receipts ,6.066 cream en- ex tras, 93 score,-49 1-4@.49 1-3. 1 i*. A.*i Hp ^4 GRAND FORKS HERALD. TUESDAY, APRH, 11 1921. EAST SIDE TO START SPRING Pigskin Chasers Will Re port For First Work out o^ Season. spent eight years in search of it-*—so!'board for the hiring-of several male far without success. Lately, some teachers who will be able to assist in people in Tahiti have discovered coaching as well 4s be efficient in what they believe to be a new clue the class room. and are preparing to fit out an ex pedition to go to the island. announcement' way made this Tilde high sohoot An morning at the~East __ that over 'twenty-Jive boys are expect, ed to report to Superintendent M. C. Hayes for spring football practice, the first workout to 1e held this eve.! ning. I l^ast soiiaon the East Side football team, was not of championship calibre but was very successful considering the material on band. At the start of the season only two experienced men reported to Mr. Hayes and by the end I of the season he had a squad of eighteen boys working diligently "Prospects for the 1923 season are! bright, to say the least." said Mr.! Hayes this morning.. Plans are now! under consideration by the school With two months of spring prac tice to teach the bovs the funda mentals, a.hard -summer on the farm fop condition and the finishing touch, es put on next fall, KastVirand Forks, high school should be represented W*i one of the best teams in the- history of the school. FUNERAL OF DONALD GlESE HELD TODAY Funeral services for Donald Gieae. two-yesr-rold won'of Mr. and Mrs. jl.ouis Giese of Euclid, who died in a 'Grand Forks hoapitql Sunday morn ing. were held this afternoon at 1 o'clock si the home of H. G. .Giese. 403 North First street, and at -the Euelid Lutheran church at 3:30 1 o'clock. Rev. Mr. *Dorp,at officiated. 1 The little fellow had been confined to the hospital for the past five weeks. 1 Both his mother and father" survive him. EAST SIDE BRIEFS A solitary drunk who craved com pany was picked up on the streets ip last night and was confined in the! I Gregg-'hotel until this morning when ,30r,j ilir made the usual donation and was turned loose. 1.31 Herroa.n Silverman and H. Crystal .991.1!have formed a. partnership and will open 3 r-lothing .56't ih^nt building. 57% store in the Down- Reports given out by' farmers visit ing the eity indicate that the fields are rapidly settine- intcf shape for seeding. Mrs. P. ,1. Kelly a.nd son. Arthur, returned yesterday from California where they spent the winter. GOBS GOT VACATION. WaukegSn. 111.. April 13,—A spe cial order has been received authorise iug Captain Daniel W. Wurtzbaugrh, commandant, that every man in the naval station at Great Lakes be grant ed 30 days' leave of absence while extensive repairs are being made throughout the station. No work, drill or ?:her exercises will be pos sible while these repair? *xe being made. St* Protect The Kiddies Health They can romp and play in safety after your rugs have been to the Master Cleaners. PANTORIUM Phone 486 Fifth and DeMers' Grand Forks, N. D. ADVERTISEMENT. Gtrova's is the Only Genuine Brom 13—O. T. Esmonds, alleged Sinn Fata agent, most stand trial here on a charge of sedition under which he was arrested. Efforts to secure the release of Bsmonde from the charge, with permission to leave tonight for New York, failed when the mayor declared he would press the case Against /Bsmonde, MUM The first and 6rif(lnal Ooid aad Grip tablet, the merit of which Is recognised by all civilized Be sure you get BROMQ The genuine bears this signature Pike Me. mmemmm. We JPay Past wse On All Mull Orders •908 Monday morning we plsee on sale 1(10 New Silk Skirts in KumsUKumsa, Fanta?i. Baronet Satins, etc.. in an endless variety of colors from the light to the dark shades. Just what you havo been looking for lo wear'1 with an extra waint or sport jacket and the price is less than you can buy the material for. Come early and get 'flm choice. Price only $6.95 Leatherette Coats FREE! Sale of Dress Goods Prices ha*c been so greatly low ered and the fabrics so very de sirable. immediate disposal is anticipated. Tills Is an excel lent opportunity to purchase really high grade woolen ma terials at Ten- reduced prices. The group* are not Urge. nn early visit is urged. Included arc ALL WOOL SERGE—All Wool storm serge, really fine enough to be called a French serge, navy blue. 54-incb, CQ per yard iVU SCOTCH PLAIDS Scotch Plaids, an excellent material for children's school wear, aood .(tuality, 36-inch. |j||. per yard OUC TWEED COATINGS Tweed coating, heavy enough for, outer garments, color is hoather. 54 inch. 91 QR per yard IIUW FAJTCY PLAIJ18—Fancy .Plaids. X-lere are found the newest spring fabrics in plaid check and stripes, 54-inch. OQ QC per yard .....' ipOiuU BOLIVIA—Bolivia, light weight, all wool, a very desirable fa bric for coatings, dark brown and dark fawn, 96 OC ••4-inch, per yard •. SILP POPLIN—This is an extra special. A superior quality silk—very serviceable for frocks and separate- skirts. Very specially priced. Toma to. Gray, Itose. Peach, Jade, Tan. Fawn. Brown, Navy. Duck Blue, Copen and Black, 36-inch, QQft per yard Owl* Fancy Silks A sale extra-ordinary of high grade fancy silk in messaline and satins in plaids and stripes. A fortunate purchase of a large quantity of these silks enable us to place them on sale at a price much below the market quota tions. Included in the lot are Several pieces of new Spring Foulards In a large variety of patterns and colors. Both the Fancies and Foul ards are wonderful values and priced extremely low. They are 36 Inch wide, a yard $1.59 BLANKETS Grey Cotton Blankets, pink and blue border, heavy weight, S£r6.,.,'°: $3.08 Tan Cotton, extra weight, pink and blue borders, «Q QE size 70x80, pair Pawoot plaid blanket, very heavy, ribbon bound, pink and blue plaid, downap fln- Ki«r.... $5.28 oorsnrs Th« now Louis heels, flexible welt solos, quality workmanship and materials. Black Kid. AAA to C, S to Misses' Black Cotton Hoee Of superior quality, very fine ribbed, else 6 to 10 ...13o I*dlee' Black Fiber Silk How This is a very good grade. grade, sell regular at 75ce .. Sell regular ift« at 7Be ............. +99 APRIL SALES! Stupendous Bargain Giving Tuesday & Wed. Take a good look at the items mentioned here—you'll find good things at prices much less than you usually pay. Come! bargains aplenty await you. Bargains in Ready-to-Wear Dept. SKIRT SALE Usual Offerings of WAISTS A group of Ladies' Waists in Georgette, Taffeta. Crepe de Chipc and Minuette. Colors in Flesh, While, Navy,- Brown. Black, aiwi in combination col ors sizes are from 36 to 4 4. Some are embroidered, some beaded a few over blouse in the assortment. There are values in this grrtup up to $21.75. There will be na exchanges. Your choice of this group $5«95 No refunds, every sale must be final. A small group of Ladies' Leatherette Coats in light brown, and,black, si7.es 36 lo 42. A good serviceable coat for motoring or street wear. We wish to clean up this lot. Hence the un usual price. A full wardrobe siae moth-proof btfg will be given free with each purchase of Ready-to-Wear Apparrl. Sale of Wash Goods AR.Ml.KE rrtANC.VIS—A high ly mo.rceriaed very line and soft material for lingerie and Ijjibics wear. While, pink and Orchid. 36-inch, per yard APIJOX CHECK Standard quality, large range of pat terns, per" yard .. PEHCALK—Best, quality tine count, light and dark, end lesfi select ion of patterns, 30 inch, special, per yard PERCALE —Standard quality, light and dart, in any number of styles. 2S-inch, 1 1 f» per yard IIC PEGGY CLOTH—This is a stan dard make romper cloth in a large variety of patterns. An excellent material, per yard INDIAN HEAD— Bleached. 3« inch, per yard •'. SAMOSET SHEETING unbleached, per yard 9-1 ROSEBLD SHEEING—r- \m x*\ •$, & -V *ff *•$*"?* 79c 9c 17c 18c 1. 3K- 20c NG— 39c ING-f sajne fin- Bleached, guaranteed sajne quality as Pequot, linen fin ish, per yard BLEACHED MUSLIN —Good quality, 'S6-inch. per yard FRUIT OF THE LOOM MT. S- 53c rOOd 9c trs- LI?*-—56- inch, per yard NAINSOOK—'Flesh color, very soft and sheer, highly mer. cerised. 36-inch. per yard IH\PER CLOTH—Curify brand. 191 very mpr» 23c There is none better made ahsorbant, aseptic. durable and sanitary, tor. yard holts. CO inch SM.1W bolt 21 inch 51.59 ho't 5 Tons SOAPS We have just received tons of soap direct from the Palm Olive company at prices never before heard of. Be Here Early at these remarkable prices we must limit each custo mer to 10 bars. Palm Olive, 10 bars 45c Galvanic* 10 bars. 35c No dealers supplied at these prices. No deliveries made ex cept when aooompanied by oth er purchased Bargain Basement Bargains COVER-ALL APRONS —•Light And dark fine quality percale styles, largo and roomy band and rick-rack QQn trimfned 03C HOSE—-Ladies' Black Hose, fast color, 8% to 10, 4 pairs CORSETS—Now topless in ladies' and misses' models, white and pink. Cotton tign Grade Shoes at Popular Cash Prices Oar ot quality footvrear are ntiat oomplete at this time, ooaippteing a moat couaprehcosive dlspUy of exdnslve stylo* .. THK mmmmmmmmmmmmm—mmrnmmmmmmmm THE FABZSAK CAROLVN Low Shoe Special (0 pairs of Pumps in black kid, patten, bronze, in Cuban and Louis bseL Black kid. Pat tan in Baby Louis, odd sixes, 4 to 8. Value 10 to S12.&0, APRIL SALE OF DRAPEIUES CURTAIN VOIIiB—Extra qualftyf cream' only, 40 inch, per yard .sic HEMSTETCHED VOILE—Very fine, whlW only, 86- Inch, per j-ard .He BORDERED MARQUISETTE—In Blue, Pink and Ye^w, 36 inch, per yard S8c COLORED MADRAS—For over drapes, .mercerised finish, two juul three color effect and plain color. 3t inch, per sr^fd ........ .'i., mmet PAGE FtVB- IW* Pay Port ac« On All' Mail Qrdo? y.: •v SUIT SALE The splendid response to our special sale o^Sijit* last week has prompted us to offer anoth er group of suits at a very low price. In this lot are Serges., Velours and heavy quality of Jersey. There are just 18 suits in this group in Navy, Tans and •Heather Mixtures. Sizes 16 to 40. The values arc exceptional. The pricc $24.75 $9.95 FREE! Sale of SILKS This sale is most opportune. Just, at this time when balmy days are at band. Here are values in silks that we have not been able to offer for many sea sons—what an opportunity for savings. Every piece is Bennrr & Begg quality and every piece is reduced materially in price. They will especially appeal to those who desire the best silk at moderate prices. SILK TRICOLLHTTK This rver popular silk a.t this price is most appealing. So-ft, lus trous, firm in weave, and does not sag white, brown, henna, jade, gold, gray and navy. "6 inch wide. E per yard 1130 BARONET. SATIN—White, all silk of very high quality, Hra.vy and firm, truly won derful value, 40 inches wide, per 1ft yard W' CANTON CREPE Silk and wool. One of the season's most desirable fabri'es. Here is an unusually good quality, scrvice is assured. Brown, navy, Haxding blue, whitr. and black. 36-inch, QQ per yard '. SPORTS SKIRTING—All wool heavy novelty weave. A very fine quality and an excellent wearing silk in stripes of pas tel shades. 36 inches O wide, per yard Fancy Sport Skirting, same quality as the above. Fig ured, 32 inches wide, excep tional values, per yard Vfcif WASH SATIN—-Flesh color, very soft and tine in quality. A regular Brnncr & Begg standard fabric, -10 inches wide, per yard Silk Shirting These qualities are the best. Made by America's greatest manufacturer of shirting silks. A most complete assortment of all the newest and best patterns. Patterns are woven in the goods —not printed. Empire Super Spun—Mellow Spun—and King's Cloth Shirt ing. The highest quality shirt ing made, 32 and 36 inch wide, at per yard— $2.98, $2.69, $2.48 GRASS HUGS—.New stenciled patterns. A sample shipment of imported grass porch rugs enable us to mark the rugs at a groat saving. 9xli 35c 8x10 styles 54x90 89c 36x73 ,*4 t'.y *4 il $2.69 *',9 %f 4 .S1S.85 .$17.25 $ 0.75 $4.75 lar, two instep straps, button on the putside. Plain toe, flexi ble soles. The new Louis heel. Galvanls Soap is?