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Executives Attend Funeral of
Secretary of State—Gov
ernor Mourns Loss.
Business at the statehouse was sus
pended today during the funeral of Wil
liam A. Roach, secretary of state, who
died late Saturday afternoon. Fuperal
services, attended-by, many state of
ficials, were held at the home, 629 East
Thirty-second streeet, at 10 o'clock this
morning. This was to be followed by
services at Delphi, Ind., Mr. Roach’s for
mer home, at 2:30 o’clock tomorrow
The services at the home were con
ducted by Rev. M. I>. Haynes, pastor of
the First Presbyterian church. The fu
neTal party left Indianapolis'at 12 o’clock.
The pallbearers are Frink P. Lltscbert,
secretary to Gov. Goodrich; Bert Morgan,
chairman -erf the Fourth district repub
lican committee; Will H. Adams, re
porter of the Indiana supreme eolirt;
Dlrrelle Chaney, clerk of the state board
of public printing; Pliny H. Wolford,
deputy secretary of state, and Thomas
D. Barr, a state bank examiner.
The following committee was appoint
ed by Gov. Goodrich to represent the
state government at the services: Judge
David A. Myers, chief Justice of the su
preme court; Judge A- L. Nichols, chief
justice of the appellate court; Otto L.
Klauss, state auditor; Us McMurtrle,
state treasurer; Will H. Adams, reporter
of the supreme court; P. J. Lynch, clerk
Vt the supreme court; N. Hines, state
superintendent of public instruction, and
Ele Stansbury, attorney general.
L. W. Henley, former secretary of the
republican state committee, attended the
services as a representative of Will H.
Hays, republican national chairman. Rep
resenting the state committee, of which
Mr. Roach was a member, were Bert Mor
gan, Fourth district chairman; Charles
E. Butler, Ninth district chairman;
Charles O. Roemler, Seventh district
chairman, and E. M. Wasmuth, chairman
of the committee.
Representing the Columbia club were
Arthur E. Bradshaw, Mayor Charles W.
.Tewett, Ralph A. Lemcke, Charles W.
Miller and Joseph B. Healing. The com
mittee representing the Marion club was
composed of Ed. H. Schmidt, Judge
James A. Collins, Irving W. Lemau*
and John W. "Castor.
Mr. Roach died after an illness of
about a week. He had been in poor
health for some time, but his condition
was not considered serious until recently..
He was flrty-five years old. Mr. Roach
was appointed secretary of state by Gov.
Goodrich Dec. 21, 1917, and was elected
to the office in 1918. His term would
have expired iif January, 1921. Immedi
ately on his "death Gov. Goodrich ap
pointed Pliny H. Wolford acting sec
retary of state.
In commenting on Mr. Roach’s death
Gov. Goodrich said:
“I can not express the measure of
grief at the death of William A. Roach.
‘Deacon,’ as we called him, was a man
of sterling Integrity and one of tfie most
efficient officers who ever served the
Convenient Terms Demonstrations
To Own a
ffinmawick I
is Significant of Thrift
state of Indiana. Personally be was a
prince of a good fellow. He spread sun
shine and good cheer wherever he 'Went
and always had a kind word for every
man. woman, or child with whom he came
In contact.
“He will be missed by his fellow of
ficials and the thousands of his friends
over-the state, who loved and, respected
hmi. His voice always carried weight
in the councils,of his party and we will
miss his advice arid assistance in its
“His death brings to me a very great
personal loss, as I had been accustomed
to rely upon his advice and often called
upop him for help in the administration
of the state’s affairs." •
Mr. Roach was bora In Delphi Sept.
24, 1574. He was graduated from the
Delphi High school and studied law
in the office of Michael Ryan when Mr.
Ryan was practicing in Delphi. In 1896
Mr. Roach was graduated from the In
diana Law school. He was city attor
ney of Delphi and practiced law there
until his appointment as secretary of
state. In he was elected repub
lican chairman of Carroll county and
became Ninth district chairman in 1914.
He was a member of the Masonic lodge
at Delphi and of the Nobles of the
Mystic Shrine at Indianapolis. He was
also a member of the Knights of Pythias
and a member of the Methodist cbnrrh
at Delphi.
He is survived by his widow, Georgia
Newell Roach; hie father and step
mother, Mr. and Mrs. William Roach p a
sister, Mrs. Edgar Cox; a half-brother,
Harry Roach, and two half-sisters, Mrs.
Walter Dobbins and Mrs. Luther Grant
ham of Delphi, and step-sister, Mrs.
Verne Brook of Houston, Tex.
Lowden to Stump
Northwest States
CHICAGO, Jan. 19. Gov. Frank O.
Lowden will leave Chicago tonight on a
speaking tour through tbefnorthwest. His
first stop will be at Minneapolis. He will
confer with Nebraska republicans at
Omaha on Wednesday and spend Thurs
day In / Denver.
Educators from All Over State
to Be on Hand Tomorrow
, for lOQth Birthday.
to The Times.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Jan. 19.—With
pomp and ceremony Indiana university
tomorrow will celebrate the one hun
dredth annnlvergary of the founding of
that institution.
Under the direction of the Foundation
day committee plans have been made
for an elaborate program. There will
be movies of the event; Indiana's fore
most educators will be on hand and then,
too, there will be a big parade in which
the students, alumni and others inter
ested in the many yeai4 of the history of
the university will take part. The gov
ernor also will be there.
The parade, which will he headed by
tbe Cadet corps, will start from Assem
bly hall at 8:50 and march to the Bowles
hotel, where the. visiting celebrities will
be picked up and escorted to the campus.
The college presidents who have no
tified Dr. Bryan they will be here are:
Thomas C. Howe of Butler, W. A. MilHs
of Hanover, W. W. Parson of Indiana
State Normal school, George R. Grose of
DePauw, and J. A. Burns of Notre Dame,
President W.' E. Stone of Purdue is the
only one unable 'to attend. Among the
prominent alumni of the state who will
be here are: Drs. Charles P. Emerson,
W. D. Gatch, W. M. Wishard, V. H. Moon,
O.' G. Pfaff, J. W. Hurtz, and Evans
Woollen of Indianapolis; Dr S. E. Smith
of Richmond, B. K. Long of Logansport,
Warran T. McCray of Kentland, Dr.
Smiley Torter of Ft. Wayne and Mason
J. Niblack of Vincennes.
There will be a dance In the evening
to end th<* day’s celebration.
Indiana university has had ten pres
idents in its 100 years of life, and of
these four are still doing splendid serv
ice for their fellowmen. They are: Dr.
David Starr Jordan, who was president
from 1884 to 1891; Dr. John M. Coulter.
1891-1893; Dr. Joseph Swain, 1893-1902,
and Dr. William Lowe Bryan, from 1902
to the present time.
Splendid Treatment for
Wrinkled, Flabby Skin
She who coddles herself all day in an
overheated house and finds her skin
flushed and flabby as a consequence, can
.quickly freshen'up for the evening by
’just bathing her face in a lotion made
by dissolving an ounce of pure powdered
saxollte in a half pint of witch haslel.
She will find this most refreshing. P
smooths out the wrinkles and draws in
the saggy tissue almost immediately. and
the face appears connlderably rejuve
Tbe ingredients, of course, are per
fectly harmless and no' trace of the
treatment remains on the skin. Be sure
to ask the druggist for the powdered
Former Congressman Declares
He’s the State’s Type.
CHICAGO, Jan. will cast
practically all Its thirty-six votes for
Frank O. Lowden at the republican na
tional convention next summeg, accord
ing to Politte Elvins, former congressman
from the Thirteenth Missouri district,
who visited Lowden headquarters here
“Missouri republicans are conserva
tive and Lowden is the type of man
who strongly appeals to them,” Mr.
Elvins said. “We have watched with
close Interest what he has done for Illi
nois by consolidating numefous state
bureaus and commissions Into nine com
pact executive departments' with a budget
system to control the expenditure of
public funds. We feel he can give to
same kind of economical and efficient
administration if lie is sent to Wash
Chairman Eramerson of the Lowden
campaign committee announced that the
Lowdon-for-President Commercial Trav
elers’ club now nas a membership of
Dr. Stanley Coulter of Purdue univer
sity told members of the Nature Study
club that Theodore Roosevelt's hunt
ing trips to Africa were not made merely
to sntisfy the lust for killing, but to
complete the collections In the govern
ment museum.
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the right
to limit
First Hour---From 9 to 10 a. m.
WOMEN’B fleeced hose, fast black,
welt fleeced, fully reinforced, elas
tic knit, wide flare top, a few dozen
ribbed, factory damaged, 35c value;
for one hour only (3 pairs, 4j
50*); limit 3 pairs, pair II v
FELT base flooring, same quality sells
at 85c In other stores; wears splen
didly; assorted block and mosaic patterns
to choose from; for one hour JLQ**
only, square TciF^
MEN’S flannel shirts; absolutely our
entire stock for just one hour Tues
day, from 9tolo a. m., I / MARKED
at exactly /2 PRICE
M*N’B sweater coats, good heavy
weight, with large shawl col
lar; colors gray and brown only; sizes 38
to 44; from 9 to 10 only AA
(limit 1), choice tpXsVfJ
Second Hour—From 1 Oto 11a.m.
WOMEN’S serge and silk dresses; no
old styles in the lot; all desirable,
distinctive styles; every leading dark
color represented; dresses actually worth
as high as $24.50, for one -< 7ff
hour only siX* I v
CHILDREN’S trimmed hats, stylish
velvet and corduroy kinds in all
wanted colors, neatly trimmed; worth as
high as $2.00, from 10 to 11
REGULAR 75c silk poplin, genuine"
Susquehanna make, highest per
manent luster; black and white checks,
also plain colors to select from; ZZtZg*
for one hour only, yard vtJV
Q/j and 26-Inch hair switches, 3-stem
Li L x. style, fine quality natural wavy
hair, nearly all shades, regular $2.75 and
$3.50 grades. Tuesday, for ff ff
one hour'only .. <y JLevtf
Third Hour-—From 11 to 12 m.
WOMEN’B pure silk hose, slightly Im
perfect, "Notaßeme’’ up to $2.50
qualities; will give perfect satisfaction;
colors black, brown and tgupe; for one
hour only, from 11 to 12 o’clock, Osf ft
pair Owt
RUFFLED Swiss curtains, 2!4 yards
long; made with wide, full ruffle;
plain* center style, sheer quality; regular
$1.50 value. Special for one AO A*
hour only, pair OvC
STANDARD apron ginghams in blue
and brown checks, fast colors, an
actual 27c value (lengths to 6 yards);
from 11 to 12 o’clock only, .4
yard 15JC
REGULAR SI.OO dress goods—serges,
melrose, Danish cloth, etc.; splen
did wearing materials in the leading sta
phs colors; all double-width goods;
11 to 12, Hour - Atf* _
yard O$C
Fourth Hour—From 12 to 1
AtZ Men's union suits, size 40, pure
bleached, cotton, elastic ribbed me
dium weight fleecing, large flap, button
seat; first quality; good $2.00 value;
Hour Sale, until sold, j
rjp: $1.25 tam-o-shanters; equally be
• O coming and practical for miss or
woman; big variety for one hour’s
selling; all colons; choice Oli
(I*oo .50 Brussels rugs, 9x12 size, neat oriental
tpLjLj patterns, good heavy quality; exceptional
value for the Hour Sale, between A4 <4 ai;
12 and 1 only, at 9XX*4P?
BOYS’ $4.00 shoes, best wearing calfskin qual
ity, blucher or lace styles; just foiAA Aj?
one hour’s selling, between 12 and 1, prs£PO
LITTLE boys' $3.98 suits; made of serviceable
novelty worsteds, straight pants style, re
markable $3.98 value; for Qff
hour’s selling, choice. 9X*r 9
Two Presidents
Like “Lucky” 13
PARIS, Jan. 19.—M.
newly elected president of France,
like President Wilson, believes that
“13” is his lucky number, President
elect Deschanel was born on the 13 sh
of the month; he was married on the
13th of the month and the combined
letters of his name are IS. He was ‘
elected president of the senate on
the 13th.
Former Army Men
to Talk on Russia
Conditions In Russia under bolshevik
rule will be described by Dr. Edward
H. Egbert and Lieut. Kliefoth in ad
dresses before business men of Indian
apolis at luncheoh st the Chamber or
Commerce Tuesday noon.*
Dr. Egbert, ns a surgeon with the
American Red Cross in bqjsbcvik Russia,
and Lieut. Kliefoth, as American military
attache in Petrograd during the war
studied bolshevism at close range. Lieut.
Kliefoth left Russia Sept 19 last.
The speakers were obtained -through
the co-ojjeration of the Flet: her-Ameri
ean National bank of this city and the
National City bank of Now Y’ork.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jau. 19.—A benevo
lent Jury acquitted John Glllis. tried for
assault, deliberating just long enough to
pass tbe hat and get $25 to give the de
™ 360-370 'W'WasK Si
CRYSTAL White laundry soap; every
,one-knows this brand; 8c value;
from 9 to 10 only (limit 7 bars), IZf*
bar ... .tfv
SAXONY and Shetland flgsa skein
yarns, odd colors; best known brands;
regular 35c value. Tuesday for -4 4
one hour only, skein lit
T3URE silk crepe de chine, 40 inches
-L wide, exquisite quality; shown in
staple as well as wanted evening shades;
(one dress pattern to a customer): ac
tual $2.25 quality, first {ft* Qf"
hour sale, yard....... 1 9109
WOMEN’S, muslin gowns, actual $1.50
values; cut large and roomy; slip
over styles, prettily hand'embroidered;
for one hour only, , QA rt
special.. .*. OUL
OQ-INCH unbleached sheeting, gocd
grade, free from specks (lengths
to 10 yards), 27c value; irom 10 to 11
o’clock only (limit,2o -4 Oa
yards), yard ItJV
PURE white cotton-filled mattress,
fancy floral ticking covered, full 45
pounds weight, biscuit tufts and roll
sdge. as good as any sto.oo mattress on
the market (while 25 last); £/* Off
limit one, only.. SOOO
WOMEN’S comfort shoes, our own
actual $6.50 seller, finest soft qual
ity for tender feet, made with real hand
turned soles and rubber A Qff
heels; One-Hour Sale, pair $ 9
MEN’S $3.00 union suits, standard
make, fleece lined, heavy weight;
colors gray, jaeger and ecru; sizes 84
to 46; $3.00 grade; slightly Imperfect;
One-Hour Sale (two suits, A 4 £*IS
$3.25), suit., 91*09
BOYS’ regular 59c waists, made of good
quality gingham, sizes 6 to 10, reg
ular 59c values; for one A<4 AA
hour only, 3 fori 9a<vU
WOMEN'S $39.50 dolman coats, last
spring styles; all are beautiful
high-grade, all-wool and feature beautiful
silk linings; velours, tricotines, etc.; ac
tually sold as high as $39.60; while they
last; for one hour CQ'/Bff
REGULAR $4.50 house dresses, made
of genuine Amoskeag; plaids, checks
and pretty plain styles included; sizes 36
to 44; a real bargain for one A A A a
hour’s selling, choice
MEN'S all-wool socks—gray and white
mixed yarn, full length,'elastic knit
top; these are army rejects and are
slightly imperfect, well worth 50c pair;
One-Hour Sale (four pairs OflJxw
limit), pair AvL
(Pft and $5.95 Georgette waists, not an
old style in the lot; colors navy,
white, flesh, taupe, etc.; embroidery
trimmed; sizes 36 to 44; for QA
one hour only, special
BIG lot of barber towels for one hour’s
selling; ' firmly woven quality;
hemmed, all ready for use; made with
red striped borders; $1.25 qual
ity; from 12 to 1, dozen i vC
—■■MU. o 13
■ i
Funeral Services for Charles
M. Walker Wednesday.
The funeral of Charles M. Walker, 85,
a pioneer editorial writer on Indianapolis
papers, who died Sunday afternoon, will
be held at 2:30 o’clock Wednesday after
noon from the Planner & Buchanan
chapel at 320 North Illinois street. Rev.
Frank O. Ballard, a nephew of Mr.
Walker and teacher of Bible at Hanover
college, will have charge of the services.
Ezra Lee Walker, the only surviving
brother, arrived today from Akron, 0.,
to attend the services.
Mr. Walker was born in Athens. O ,
Dec. J 5, 1834, and came to Indianapolis
as a teacher in the State School for the
Blind. He studied law and for a while
was a partner of the firm of McDonald
and Walker.
Sonie years later he married Miss
Claire A. Albrecht, who was a—protege
of Salmon P. Chase, secretary of state
under President Lincoln. For a number
of years Mr. Walker was employed by
the government In the treasury depart
Returning to Indianapolis after the
civil war, Mr. Walker became an edi
torial .writer on (he Daily Journal and
then -became confidential, clerk to Walter
Q. Grisham, who was then secretary
of the treasury. After several years in
Washington Mr. Walker again returned
to Indianapolis and resumed his edi
torial work on The Journal until it was
No phone
0. 0, D.
, accepted
Called on for Talk,
Mary Garden Kisses
CHICAGO, Jan. 19.—Mary Garden
never talks in public—but she kisses.
W'hen called on for a speech at a
banquet of the Chicago Opera associ
ation, she kissed Harold F. McCor
mack, president of the opera associa
tion instead. f
merged with The Star in 1904, after
which he became a member of the staff
of The News.
Bullets-Imperil Two
Americans on Ship
PARIS, Jan. 19.—Miss Virginia Cowper
of Hoboken, N. J.. and* Lieut. Joseph
Oldshue of Pittsburg, Red Cross worker*,
arrived here today from the Dalmatian
coast after a narrow escape from death.
Shortly after leaving Cattarao on the
Italian steamship Malfetto. for Italy, on
Wedensday a volley of .shots was fired
from the hills surrounding the harbor.
An Italian standing near Miss Cowper
and another person on board were killed
and four were wounded. It was believed
the shots were fired by bandits.
KIMRALLTOWN, la., .Tan. 19.—Chris
Mortenson considered starting mining
operations on his farm today. Yesterday
he extracted the third gold nugget from
poultry killed at his farm within the
week. ’
Tuesday the big Loom End Sale is going to feature a mighty Hour Sale,
starting at 9 a. m. with the first hour period and stopping promptly at
5 p. m. with the last sale; for the entire day each hour sale is provided with
such bargains as you will concede to be really extraordinary. But, remeifi.
her, we can not guarantee just how long quantities will last, so you should
be here promptly at the beginning of the hour in which the articles you
want is featured. Better still, come prepared to spend the entire day with us.
Fifth Hour —From 1 to 2 p. m.
REGULAR $1.50 Dutch scrim curtains,
2 1-3 yards long, neatly finished with
lace edge and hemmed top and bottom;
a big bargain for one hour, PIA
Pair il fC
MEN’S black work socks, heavy weight,
all sizes; seconds of regular 19c val
ue (limit 6), for one hour (Base- A _
ment), pair 5rC
OA-MULE TEAM borax washing pow
der, full size pound boxes; also
borax soap chips, in V6-pound size; actual
15c value; for one hour only fa a
(Main Floor), box XvC
\\T OWEN’S $1.50, $1.98 camisoles—
yy beautiful silk and crepe de chine,
embroidered or wide shadow lace trim
med; wonderful values; just for
one hour—l to 2 o'clock, each... /fC
Sixth Hour—From 2 to 3 p. m.
Tlned socks for men, fast
A- black, good weight, double sole, with
spliced heel, elastic knit top, 100 dozen
mill runs. 30c value (limit 4 f Ai_
pairs); One-Hour Sale J. Ld.C
REGULAR $5.00 serge middies—wom
en’s and misses' sizes; navy only,
all-wool quality, with white or red braid;
also emblems on sleeves; big Loom
End one-hour special, 69 4 Q
only sde Xer
Regular 60c cotton poplins— silk
stripe, styles in green, gray, blue,
garnet, Copen, red and black; 26
ins. wide; for one hour only, yd, .9 ■ C
• grade, made with center seam, 3-
inch hem; well known brand; actual $1.39
value (limit 6), Just for Aq_
one hour, each \ 906
Seventh Hour—From 3 to 4 p.m.
WOMEN’S nine-inch lace boots, smart
new models in black and brown kid
with cloth or kid uppers to match; up to
regular SIO.OO grades; for the Ms"
big Tuesday hour sale. pair... $
YOUNG men’s suits and overcoats,
latest form-fitting seam models in
all-wool bine serge; also blue flannels
and fancy oassimeres; sizes 33 to 40;
regular $25.00 value, for £<4 f" ftff’
one hour only
REGULAR 45c curtain net, filet weave
in pretty assorted effesigns, 36 inches
wide, white or ivory finish; big Off/*
one-hour special, yard
07-INCH heavy weight unbleached Can-
Lj 4 ton flannel, heavy plush fleece,
twill weave", up to 27c value (limit 20
yards); Hour Sale, frora/3 <4 A
to 4p. m., yard ' * . XOC
Eighth Hour—From 4 to 5 and. m.
BOYS’ union suits, sizes 6 to 16 years;
peeler and gray cotton, ribbed
fleeced, closed crotch, bottom flap seat;
slightly imperfect lot; worth up AP-~
to $1.50; Hour Sale, suit eJqjC
CHILDREN’S coats, wool velours, vel
vets and pompoms; plain and fur
trimmed; leading colors; smart styles for
ltttle girls 2 to 12 years; values to $15.00;
for the last hour, AA
Local Leaders Plan to Ask
Plank in Party Platform.
Indianapolis labor leaders will endea
vor to have tbe convention of the nen
Indiana labor party adopt a plank in
its platform calling for the' abolition of
the United States senate If present plans
are carried out. ■
Intimation of this action was
Sunday afternoon by labor speakers who
addressed a mass meeting in tbe Paint
ers’ hall, 210 V-i North Delaware street. (
The republicans and democrats were
branded as tbe real enemies of the la
boring people in this country by Frau
ds Dillon, business agent of the Pat
tern Makers’ Union, during an address
at .tbe ( mass meeting.
“We laboring men must get into poll- I
tics.” said Mr. Dillon. “The politicians
of the old parties prosper just in the
extent that .you do not. think.”
The labor convention will be held ntl
Tomlinson hall on Feb. 13 and iabo*
leaders claim that sentiment in
is growing for the formation of a laW*w
Noted Singer, 111
SAN DIEGO, Cal., Jan. 19.—Mme.
Schumann-Heink, famous singer, was HI
with pneumonia at her. home near here
today. Physicians stated her condition
was not serious. /
IVT $250 and $2.98 pants^—made of
IrJ. strong, serviceable, dark cotton
worsteds;'sizes 32,t0 42; from Qff
1 to 2 p. m., on sale at, pair.. qpX*r O
T£-I NCH bleached crash toweling,
AvJ homespun weave, linen finish; fine
absorbent quality for hand or roller tow
els; 25c value; from 1 to 2 <4 j* _
o’clock, yard J.SPC
(E\() ONLY) women’s coats—good all
wool, new winter styled with
French coney shawl cottars; sizes IjL
to 42; coats actually sold as high
$32.50, from 1 to 2
orty. 511.73!
I'HILDREN'S peeler cotton ribbed,
fleeced vests; sizes 6 to 14 years;(
also 3 dozen pants; sizes for 6 to
8 years; mill runs, formerly priced up to
60c. Hour Sale until sold, Offxa
garment AvV
REGULAR *54.98 velvet hand bags,
made of fine quality velvet, fitted
with inside purse'; nicely lined; attrac
tive wonderful £.4 nn
value fpr one hour only 5X?5
pure aluminum preserving
kettles, heavy weight, actual size,
$1.60 value; big one-hour special, 2
to 3 o’clock (limit three),
each, only.. .af I C
0/2x84 window shades, regular SI.OO
OvJ value, standard dark green color,
mounted on dependable Holler; /w* _
big one-hour special, complete at..OsrC
LITTLE boys’ overcoats, made of good
warm novelty mixtures; sizes 4, 5
and 6 s , wonderful values; for one hour
only, 2 to 3 p. m., £9 a*
choice sf v
WOMEN’S regular $5.98 velvet hand
4 bags, made of pure silk chiffon vel
vet, have fine silk linings, beautiful frame
tops, tassel trimmed; for one £4) An
hour, 8 to 4 p. m.. only
ARMY twill khaki cotton suiting, water
shrunk, excellent for skirts, dresses
and for children's wear, regular [% Q _
76c quality; Hour Sale, yard tI*JC
LOT women’s hosiery, Burson seamless
fashioned fine gauge cotton hose
with white sole; also regular .and out
sizes black mercerized lisle hose, mill
runs; up to 50c values, A _
One-Hour Sale, pair dSvV
UP T<s $5.00 millinery—women’s choice
trimmed and untrimmed hats in a
big variety for £bis one-hour selling; aIV
colors and styles, £<4 AA
nx24 feather pillows, fancy art tioking
case; pure, sanitary feathers;
weigh 5 pounds to pair; regular price per
pair, $2.60; for the last
hour, third floor, each DwV
BOYS’ $1.50 evid $1.98 knlcker pants,
made of strong cotton worsted; neat
dark patterns; sizes 6 to 17; value
for the last hour, A4 AA
pair.. SX*UU
BOYS’ and youths’ heavy rubbers, sizes up to 6;
regular 90c kind; for the last ff O/s
hour, 4 to 5 p. m., pair........ UvV
WHITE stone comblnettos or slop Jar: bail
handle and cover; $1.25 value (only Pyi9
70 to sell); one hour only (limit 3), each... I /
WOMEN’S pink muslin bloomers, extra good
quality, gathered elastic top and bottom;
regular 75c value; big special for the ffQ/e
last hour .....9erV

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