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NEW SHORTAGE,
IT’S CADETS FOR
NAVAL ACADEMY
Apathy Toward Affairs Mili
tary Lessens Number of
Applicants.
DESIRE A CLASS OF 800
ANNAPOLIS, Md., June 22.—The na
val academy Is by no means untouched
.by the general apathy toward things
military which is noted by those inter
ested In every.branch of the service.
It has had a marked effect toward
lessening the inclination of young men
to enter the Institution, ‘ and unusual
means are being taken to bring the new
class np to the point, 800 or 900. wblcn
ic,desired in order to bring the whole
student body to the number of 2.40 C, for
which the Institution is equipped in ev
ery particular.
In addition to the regular mental ex
aminations for entrance, a special ex
amination is being held today at tbo
various points where civil service testa
are given.
The physical examinations of those
who have passed their mental tests dur
ing the February and April examina
tions are now going on at the academy.
The nucleus of the new class was
formed by the readmlsslon of thlrty-
Sve youths who had been members of
the previous class, but bad difficulty
with their studies and resigned.
They will be given another stance,
and were admitted lu time to go on
the practice cruise with the other mid
shipmen.
The remainder of the new fourth class
will be broken into the academy routine
by the time the r.ew academic year opens.
Oct. 1. .
BELIEVE METHOD
NOT ISDEBSTOOD.
About seventy-five enlisted men of
proper age and other necessary require
ments passed the examinations for ad
mission as midshipmen.
One hundred are -authorized each year
by a law which has been in effect four
years, and this is the largest number
which hat ever been admitted into one
class.
It is believed that when it becomes
more thoroughly known that youths
may enter the Naval academy by this
method, and that they haTe the same
opportunities of advancement as those
who enter by appointment from civil
ian life, there will be no difficulty in
getting the full quota each year.
The year of service as enlisted men
has been found to be of distinct benefit
when the academy Is entered.
One hundred and seventeen youths
passed the mental test for admission in
February, and 402 In April, or 517 in all.
These have begun their physical ex
aminations, and the exagzinations will be
continued at the rate of about twenty
five a day.
As the candidates haTe all been warned
to submit themselves to an unofficial ex
amination before they come to Annapolis,
it is believed that the percentage of fail
ures will be less than ten.
The total membership of the new
fourth class as a result of the read
missirfn of former members, those en
tering from the February and April ex
aminations and the enlisted men of the
navy and marine corps, should reach
about 575.
It is the wish of the navy department
that the membership should not fall be
low 800, hence the special examination
which has been ordered for today.
HOPE TO GAIN
ADDITIONAL 235.
It is hoped no less than 225 will be
admitted through it.
Changes which have been directed by
the navy departmens will result In gTeat
convenience to those youths admitted to
the naval academy In the future.
These changes affect both the mental
and physical teat 6.
As to the former it has been provided
that the certificates of approved schools
and colleges- will be acepted in place
TORTURED 9 YEARS
BY ECZEMA. SORES
COVERED HIS BODY
Indianapolis man went to Chicago
seeking relief. Used many treat
ments without success.
States that every sore is now healed,
itching and burning relieved since
taking Dreco, the great
herb medicine.
“Tor nine year# I bar® been tortured
by Itching, burning eczema I bad sore*
on ail parts of my body from scratching
and seemed there was no relief for me.”
U tbe signed statement of Mr. F. A.
Lewis of Maplewood, near Indianapolis,
lad.
“I have tried everything I ever heard
of as being good for eczema. I even
went to Chicago for medicine but always
this terrible aißiction was with me. My
bowels were bound up, I bad dizzy spells
and headaches, yet nothing brought re
lief.
•I was attracted by the open state
ments of reliable persons about the new
medicine Dreco, so „I bought some of it.
I have finished the second bottle of it
and it has done more for me than all
other medicine combined which I haTe
taken.
“Today evAry sore on my body has
healed up; air the itching and burning is
gone so that I have no desire to scratch,
iuy bowels move regular, my liver has
been worked off. I never get dizzy or
have a headache. Dreco, and Dreco
alone has done all this for me and I’d
like for every person in Indiana to know
about this wonderful medicine.”
The only way to positively rid the
system of eczema is to get tbe poisons
and waste matter cleared out of the sys
tem. Dreco acts on the vital organs of
elimination in a prompt and pleasant
manner.
All good druggists now sell Dreco and
it is being especially introduced In In
dianapolis by Clark & Cade, Claypool
hotel drug store.—Advertisement.
Grow Your Hair
lift THIS FREE
Myavfcavc dandruff, or if your hafrh falling
*, ,fh,ve ,* b * W ‘P? 1 * ehouif
know that legions of persona have overcome
the troubles through a genuine Indian.'
recipe, which will be mailed you free nth
proof box of thewondwf.lly.fficrfo,, oi “ *
meat, Kotaiko, if yon aend only 10 cu (silver
or stamps) to pay the cost of this notice, to
J. and. Brittain. BZ-3QI. Station F., Mew Tsi*
M ■ Icti -ut
(f HUNT'S Solve fails in tio /r.
treatment of ITCH, KCZEM A, wg
RtNQV/ORM. TETTER ®rf
other i tching skin diseases. Dry ij
V 75 ceat bo* at our nk- / /1
HOOK DIiCG COMi'ANV.
Freight Wreck Loss
at Muncie Is $500,000
MUNCIE, Ind., June 22.—Wreck
ing crews of the Chesapeake & Ohio
Railroad Company today are clear
ing the wreckage of twenty freight
cars and repairing a thousand feet
of track at Barker switch, five miles
northwest of the city, as a result of
a wfeck late last night which with
fire that broke out In a car of mer
chandise, Inflicted a loss estimated
at more than $500,000.
Members of the doubleheader
freight crew escaped injury.
The locomotive of the train safely
crossed a switch, but the first car
broke loose and raced 800 feet down
the track before plunging down an
embankment.
of so much of the entrance examination
as is covered.
It has been provided also that candi
dates passing the mental examinations
will not be compelled to come to An
napolis for physical examinations, but
may take these examinations before
boards of naval surgeffns at various
points throughout the country.
The status of the academy in regard
to class routine has resumed the con
dition as it existed prior to the war
except for the fact that the present first
class, which will graduate next June,
represents only half of the membership
as it entered during the summer of 1917.
The other half constituted the class
which has Just been graduated, the third
claes of the previous year having been
equally divided, on a scholastic basis, to
supply a first and second class. The lat
ter class was omitted In order to shorten
the course to three years during the
war.
After the graduation of the next class,
in June, 1921, the old order will be re
stored, with four classes of the normal
size and four yearß’ work leading to
graduation.
Movie to Decide Race
Finishes in Germany
BERLIN, June 22.—The Union club and
the Berlin Racing union have adopted the
system of photographing race finishes as
absolate proof of the accuracy of the
final decision.
Whenever any dispute arises as to a
close finish, the picture taken by especial
ly rapid apparatus Is held as proof of
which horse actually won.
Incidentally, Germany is devekplnng
the film business in many respects and
often for commercial purposes.
One of the latest achievements of the
film industry is that of “detective.”
In connection with apprehension of the
Hoelz bandits, who terrorized the Vogt
land district this spring, the'police took
a news film as proof of participation of
a number of individuals in Hbeiz’s band.
M AROTT’S
Big Sale of Men’s Shoes
Every Pair of Men’s High Shoes and Oxfords at a
Reduction of 20 °?° to SO %
OUR stock of men’s shoes is unexcelled—in quantity, variety, number of exclusive styles,
or in moderate first pricings. The largest of any in the state and selected carefully enough
to satisfy the most critical requirements. And every pair of high and low shoes now marked
at substantial reductions from former already attractive prices.
150 Pairs of
Men’s Dancing Pumps
150 pairs of men’s dancing pumps, in pat
ent colt and dull calf uppers, Goodyear
welted soles, low broad heels and shank.
<ALL SIZES IN THE LOT—WHILE
THEY LAST—
Sale Ap 3 A
Price p*J. < 4rs| Pair
Extra Special!
600 pairs of men’s fine Slater made
$14.00 oxfords—
Sale A
Price tpO.fJfJ Pair
ALL SIZES—AA TO D WIDTHS
Mads of genuine Russia calf in the popular
brown shade—English style* with broad heel
and stitched heel seat. Also snappy semi-Eng
lish styles. These shoes were made to retail
at $14.00 a pair, but a recent lucky purchase
by our men’s shoe buyer brings them to you
at the marvelous low price of SB.OO a pair.
MEN’S DEPARTMENT—SECOND FLOOR
MAROTTS SHOE SHOP
Buy Shoes at 18 and 20 East Washington Street f Eight Floors*]
a „ Store hours, Ba.m. to 5:30 p. m.; Saturdays, 8a.m.t09 p. m. of Shoes
PUSS IN BOOTS JR.
—By DAVID CORY.
One morning as Puss Junior was on
his way in search of adventure he saw
a small jjlg stuck fast in the fence.
“Squeak, squeak! O, help me out!” cried
Piggie.
Puss prfed the boards apart so that
the little pig could just squeeze through.
“Squeak, squeak, O, thank you!” cried
the little fellow, “I wish 1 could do some
thing to repay you!”
“You can,” replied Puss Junior, who
had by this time grown very hungry.
“I would like something to eat."
“Come with me,” said “The
dairy maid gives Mother some milk about
this time; come,” and he took Puss Jniqr
by the p&w and started to run across thfe
field.
“Hold on—l mean, let go,” cried Puss
Junior, “how do you know yotir mother
will want visitors for lunch?”
“She’ll bo only too delighted, espe
cially when she knows how you pulled
”1 vlah I could do something to repay
you,” cried the Little Big.
me out of the fence. You're bashful,
are you?”
"N-o-o,” replied Puss Junior, “out
you see, I’ve never lunched with Plga
before!”
“Oh, don't let that worry you," re
plied his little friend. ‘"Come along!”
“This little pig went to market,
This little pig stayed at home.
This little pig had roast beef,
This little pig had none.
This little pig cried, ‘Wee-wef-wee!
I can’t find my way home!’”
“That’s Mother,” replied the little Pig,
In answer to an Inquiring look from
Puss Junior, “she always sings that
when any one of us is naughty. You
see,” he added, apologetically, “I should
not hare tried to get through the fence.”
“Oh, I understand," replied Puss Jun
ior, “is that your house?”
“Yes, and there’s Mother.” Puss Jun
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1920,
ior saw a very nice looking lady Pig
standing in the doorway of g queer little
cabin. She had on a blue gingham apron
and a very tight-fitting shirtwiast, which
was stretched almost to the bursting
point as she raised her right forefoot to
shade her eyes.
“Well, here you are at last,” she ex
claimed, “but look at your trousers?”
Toggle looked ruefully at the rent in
his little blue pants. “I got stuck in the
fence,” he whimpered.
“What is your name?” asked Mrs.
Porker, turning to Puss.
“Puss in Boots Junior, madam.”
“This is Wiggle and this is Tiggie,”
said Mrs. Porker, two small pigs
got up and shook hands with Puss.
After that they all had a merry lunch,
and Puss was surprised to see how clean
and well behaved the Porker family
were.
“You know,” said Mrs, Porker, as if
rending his thoughts, “that Pigs are
jeally the cleanest of animals, only' by
shutting them In small pens they have
been made to appear just the opposite.
Yes,” she continued, “when pigs are al
lowed to run around they are as clean as
they can be. Only when they are little
they are often very disobedient,” and she
looked at Flgglo, who got very red In tho
face.
"I don’t believe he’ll disobey again,”
answered Puss Junior. “You have such
a nice playground here ]n tho woods, I
shouldn’t think Ae would want to run
away to that dusty road. Just look at
my boats,” and he thrust his foot out and
showed the bright red tops all dingy with
the day’s travel.
And after that he said good by. “Don’t
forget us,” called out tbe three little
Pigs as Puss Junior climbed over the
Hence to resume hts Journey of adven
ture.—Copyright. 1920.
(To Be Continued.)
I
Lumber Company
Buys Excelsior Plant
The Southern Lumber Company has
bought, at a receiver's sale, property of
the Johnson Excelsior and Manufactur
ing Company, Including a factory at St.
Peter street and the Belt railroad, the
consideration being SBB,OOO.
The sale was tbe result of an order
of tbe circuit court in the case of Sam
uel R. Wells against the company, In
which the Union Trust Company was ap
pointed receiver. The sale was author
ized to satisfy debts of the company. The
property includes the bdlldlng and
equipment, land approximately 401 by 322
feet, lumber and other property.
CHAMBER I-ECTCKK TONIGHT.
Claude L. Watson of Alabama will lec
ture on "The Psychology of Poverty,
i Disease and Death,” at the Chamber of
Commerce tonight. The lecture is under
tbe direction of the Indianapolis Lotus
lodge of the Tbeosophlcal society.
Yes: Many
Reasons
1. We know good
leathers.
2. We know good
shoemaking.
3. Forty-five years
in the exclusive shoe
business in Indian
apolis.
4. Thirty-six years
continuous, larg
est and best shoe trade
in Indiana.
5. Our reputation
sells our shoes with
out much advertising.
6. Our success
comes from good value
and practical shoe
fitting.
7. For dependabil-'
ity and reliability, buy
at a shoe shop.
8. Eight floors of
shoes, with seating
capacity for hundreds
of customers, usually
occupied.
TRUCKING UP AT
CHICAGO CONFAB
Transport Problems of Big
Cities to Be Threshed.
CHICAGO, June 22.—A conference has
been called in Chicago for Jutre 26 and
27 by organizations representing cartage
companies in practically every important
American city.
The purpose is to organize a national
association for the clearing of all prob
lems connected with motor truck trans
port and allied matters.
During the last two years the commer
cial hauling 'field has been called into
action to a far greater extent than ever
before to augment freight transportation
facilities so eonstaantly overtaxed.
This created many problems such as
the construction of highways pow; *ul
enough to stand up under heavy 1 W is.
study of automotive construction ele
ments, research In operating coats and
equalizations of loads, problems con
nected with the necessity for co-opera
tion between commercial haulers in dif
ferent cities In order to keep hauling
equipment supplied with return loads
from long distances and many other mat
ters vital to this industry.
Meetings will be held at LaSalle hotel,
under the auspices of the Detroit Trans
portation association, and delegates will
attend representing commercial hauling
associations from lowa, Kentucky, Mich
igan, New York, Indiana, California,
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Missouri, Massachu
setts, Nevada, Texas, Colorado, Oregon,
Illinois, Georgia, Louisiana, Nebraska
and other states.
It is, the ultimate hope of those direct
ing this movement to place the cartage
industry of America on a basis where
it can relieve the pressure on other meth
ods of moving commodities, where the
older established arteries are now over
taxed.
Former Crown Prince
Goes to Visit His Papa
AMSTERDAM, June 22.—Friedrich
Wilhelm, former German crown prince,
has left Wterlngen for Doors, where Jte
win visit the former kaiser, according to
the Handelsblad today.
Prince Joachim, another of the former
kaiser’s sons, already has arrived at
Doom.
Both will paas several days with their
father.
ASK FOR and GET
Horlick’s
The Original
Malted Mills
for Infanta and Invalid*
Avoid Imitations and Substitutes
200 Pain of
Men’s Trot-Moc Oxfords
In black and tan leathers. Half the
weight, double the service of the average
outing shoes. We have reduced them
from $6.00 a pair to—
f'L $4.00 Pair
Remember! JgpfSl
fp'jf'. - ’lit.
Every Pair Men 9 s High
and Low Shoes Reduced
at Least 20%.
Included Are the Celebrated
Makes of
Bostonians
Stetsons
James A. Banister & Cos.
Stacy, Adams & Cos.
French, Shriner & Urner
and many other lines of reputable
and dependable shoes.
130 Enter Butler
Summer Courses
One hundred thirty students are en
rolled for the eight weeks’ course of
the summer session at Butler college.
This is the largest enrollment for a
summer session in the history of the
college, and more students are expected
t.o enter wi4]un the next few days.
Recitations began today..
The courses In the summer session are
32 Years In This Same Location
IhirSW^
*
Three blocks west—eaey to find and worth finding.
Wednes
day
Bargain
Squares
A DOUBLE
OPPORTUNITY
Two sales into one —our pre-in
ventory sale combined with our regu
lar Wednesday Bargain Day. Each
within itself carries unusual values—
combined they offer unlimited saving
possibilities.
No phone or C. O. D. orders
Men’s Pants
Fine pants for men, In all
wool fancy serges, cassl
meres. worsteds anti blue
-orges; all stses.
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Pair, $7.15
Main Floor.
Axminster Eug
B!*e 9x12, floral and ori
ental patterns; rich. deep,
heavy pile: regularly $55,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Spec., $43.75
Third Floor
Baby Doll
Slippers
Girls’ and children's baby
doll slippers of patent or
bright kid. low heels, na
ture shape*; sixes up to 2,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Pair, $2.85
Mala Floor.
Wash Suits, $1.19
Boys' wash suita and
rompers, made of light
or dark gingham#, in
Oliver Twist or Norfolk
style; sites 3 to 8,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Suit, $1.19
Main Fleer v
Stevens Crash
Toweling
Brown and bleached fa
mous Steven* crash,
bleached. In pure linen
weft quality; brown in
pure linen.
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Yard, 25£
Main Floor.
Cones Boss Work
Shirts, $1.29
Medium blue cheviot, best
make, yoke back, double
stitched pocket, faced
sleeve, cut extra Urge
and roomy ; sizes to
17 (limit 2).
WEDNESDAY ONLY '
Each, $1.29
Main Floor.
Men’s Athletic
Union Suits, 95c
Good grade of checked
nainsook, eamples and
various kinds, some with
quarter sleeves and three
quarter legs; all sizes In
the lot, from 34 to 46; up
to $1.50 value,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Suit, 95^.
Main Floor.
Negligee Shirts
With collar to match.
High grade Bond street
Shirts, of good count Per
cale, and woven unn
printed Madras; black ana
white, blue and white
and lavender checks, also
stripe patterns, size 14 to
16%;
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Special, $2.49
Main Floor.
Sugar Sets
Out Glass Cream and
Sugar sets; pretty style
and richly cut; our $1.25
quality,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Set, 690
Main Floor.
Dresser Scarfs
18x50-tnch size; extra
good cotton center; edges
are trimmed with heavy
wide lace; 69c and 85c
regular price,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Special, 49^
Main Floor.
Overalls
Boys’ blue and white
striped Overalls, made
with side pocket and bib;
ages 4 to 8 years; good
weight and well made;
65c value,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Pair, 53^
Basement.
prepared for teachers who desire to
meet the requirements of £he state board
of education, pre-medic students, and
students who desire credit for* the col
lege of liberal arts.
The summer school faculty and courses
are as follows: C. J. Seiabower and
Miss Evelyn Butler, English; W r . L,
Richardson, education; J. W. Putnam,
economics; E. N. Johnson, mathematics;
W. C. Morro. Biblical history and lit
erature ; H. L. Bruner, zoology; E. H.
C. Davies, • chemistry; G. C. Wise,
Boys’ Suits
Made of novelty cassl
meree In brown, gray,
green and tan. Sizes 6
to 17. sl4 75 value,
WEDNESDAY, ONLY
$10.95
Main Floor
Comfort Oxfords
Cuban heel, medium plain
too uppers of soft black
viclkia. A $4 00 value
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Pair, $2.95
Main Floor
Men’s Khaki
Pants
Men’* khaki pants, of
dark khaki, with cuff-*
and belt straps; sizes 80
to 40,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Pair, $1.85
Main Floor
Women’s Blouses
Os colored votle and or
gandy, some trimmed
with organdy collars and
duffs, others braid
trimmed; all alses,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
$1.59
Second Floor
Felt Base Floor
Covering
and feet wide; very service
able; waterproof; will not
buckle; new patterns;
heavy quality; regularly
85c, special,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Sq. Yd., 69^
Third Floor
Oxfords and
Pumps
For women, in black or
browa, with high or low
beds. All sizes and
widths. Choice of about
20 different styles. $8 to
sl2 grade*.
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Pair, $6.95
Main Floor
Women’s Vests,
35c
Fine stitch, pure bleached
sleeveless, wide crocheted
lace yoke, mercerized,
taped, narrow hold-fust
shoulder strap; sizes 34,
36 and 38; good 50c value
(3 for $1.00),
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Each, 35£
Main Floor
servmg
Kettles
10 and 12-quart Gray
Granite Preserving Ket
tles. ball handle, trade
sizes, first quality; to,
11.29 value
WEDNESDAY 09>'LY
78$
Basement
Hair Switches
Our best quality natural
wavy hair. They are the
3-stem style and 26 inches
long; regular $5 quality,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Special, $3.25
Main Floor
Trimmed Hats
Women’s trimmed hats
for immediate wear, both
small and medium shapes
in all the newest shades
of the season,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
$3.98
Second Floor
36-inch. Sport
Tussah
White and tan grounds,
with multicolored sport
designs, for smocks, mid
dles and skirts,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Yard, 59^
Main Floor
French: Carl Means.
I.nmley, sociology; Ray C.
botany; and H. M. Gelston. I.a
13 LWTwTAgitato*
Held in Wheat Bl
WICHITA, Kas., June 22.—Thirtl
I. W. W. agitators have been arrested
the Kansas wheat belt, according 1
officials here who are taking prtcautioi
to prevent labor difficulties during 1m
vest. No trouble has been reported.
Wednesday
BARGAIN
SQUARES
Marquisette
36 Inches wide; white and
'ivory finish; sheer qual
ity; regular 50c quality,
special,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Yard, 39^
Third Floor
Brim Sailors
White cushion, brim sail
ors. tailor trimmed; a
wonderful value,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Spec., $3.98
Second Floor
Palm Beach
Suits
Men’a Palm Beach suits,
dark or medium colors,
plain or belted models;
sizes S4 to 44,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Suit, $13.95
Main Floor
Women’s Dresses
Os dark figured vollaa,
with white collars and
cuffs, Me ruffles and
tucks. Avery Special
value,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
$5.00
Second Floor
Unbleached
Sheeting
76-inch Unbleached Sheet
ing; h.javy, round-thread
quality, full width, will
bleach sut a perfect white;
68c value,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Yard, 69£
Basement
Women’s Union
Suits, 59c
Fit-rite fine gauge
bleached cotton Union
Suits; else SC and 38. lot
of 15 dozen, mostly cuff
knee style, first quality,
worth SI.OO,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Suit, 59£
Main Floor
Long White Silk
Gloves, $1.29
Kayser make double
tipped, splendid quality
silk, Paris point back; lot
of 9 dozen pairs, size S
and only, clean stock,
$2.50 and ,$3.00 value,
these sizes
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Pair, $1.29
Main floor
Combination
Mattress
Felted cotton Combination
Mattress; full size, sub
stantially made; built for
service; covered with fancy
art tick; deep tufted; fin
ished with rolled edge;
regularly $12.50. special,
WEDNESDAY ONVS
$8.85
Third Floor
Bedspreads
Honeycomb bed, spreads,
large size, new designs,
hemmed, and a good
weight: $2.95 value,
WEDNESDAY
Only $2.19
Basement.
Children’s
Dresses
Gingham dresses, in large
plaid or stripes; age 7 to
12 years,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Special, $1.69
Second Floor
Dress Ginghams
Consisting of 32-lneh Bates
—Toile Du Nord and nu
merous other well knowq
brands: a beautiful line of
plaids and stripes; all the
new color combinations;
an actual 50c value,
WEDNEBDAY ONLY
Yard, 37^
Basement '
Pre-
Inven
tory
Sale
Pantie Waists
For children, of good
quality muslin; somo mads
plain, others with bias
bands: ages 2 to 12,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Special, 22^
Second Floor
Auto Veils
Regular length, made of
good quality chiffon; all
colors; our $1.25 kinds;
WEDNESDAY CNLY
Special. 68c*
Main Floor
36-in. Black Silk
Taffeta
Yard wide, pure silk; reg
ular *2.49 quality: onbs
2 pieces (120 yards) To
aell at thia pries,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Yard, $1.59
Main Floor
Silk Hand Bags
For women, pretty metal
tops, ailk lined; black,
gray and navy. They are
tassel trimmed; $2.98 reg
ular price.
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Special, $1.99
Main ’Floor
Bed Pillows
Feather Bed Pillows, size
17x25, filled with clean
feathers, covered with fan
cy art ticking: can bo
uaed for fancy pillow;
regularly $2.50 pair,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Each, 89£
Third Floor •
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Men’s Muslin
Night Shirts,
$1.39
Good grade of muslin,
full cut, braid trimmed
with pocket. V-neck style,
sizes 15 to, 20,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Special, $1.39
Main Floor
Men’s Silk Socks,
59c
Nationally advertised Pure
Silk Socks, double lisle
sole, high spliced heel;
colors black, navy and
cordovan : irregulars, very
good SI.OO grade (2 pairs,
3115),
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Pair, 59|?
Main Floor
,;a
Women’s Hosiery
. Pair, 43c
Durable Durham nation
ally advertised and other
brands, fine gauge lisle
finish, gauze weight, seam
less and seamed leg: sat
isfactory wear guaranteed;
black, white gnd cordo
van; our regular 50c lines
(2 pair, 85c).
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Pair, 43c
Main Floor
Mixing Bowls ,
5-Pierce oven glass Mixing
Bowl sets, sizes 5Ai.
6H. 7)4, Si, and 9V6
inches; an actual $1.50
value,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Set, 95^
Basement
Muslin
Underskirts
Good quality muslin, em
broidered trimmed flounce,
extra sizes,
WEDNESDAY ONLY
$1.79
Second Floor
64-in. Table
Damask s
Nasturtium, dahlia and
fleur delis patterns, a
splendid mercerized qual
ity, at a great deal less
tharfi value—while three
pieces last (limit of five
yards to a customer),
WEDNESDAY ONLY
Yard, 85^
Main Floor

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