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G. 0. P. WOMEN
MEET TUESDAY
Both Parties Active in Prepa
rations for Campaign.
A call has been Issued by Mrs. Jo
seph B. Healing, chairman of the re
publican women's state executive com
mittee, for a conference of women af
the executive and advisory committees,
to be held Tuesday at state headquar
ters in the Hotel Severin. >
The object is to discuss organization
plans.
In a statement issued by Mrs. Healing,
republican women are notified that they
must register on Sept. 4 in order to
cast their vote for presidential electors.
In order that all women may be in
formed as to the necessity and manner
of registering, this subject will be dis
cussed at the conference Tuesday.
Edwin P. Morrow, governor of Ken
tucky, will be the chief speaker on re
publican day at the Rushville Chau
tauqua. V
Friday will be known as republican
day and Saturday will be democratic
day, when x>r. Carleton B. McCulloch,
candidate for governor, and Henry
Spaan, candidate for congressman from
the Seventh district, will speak.
Senator James E. Watson, Warren T.
McCray, republican gubernatorial can
didate, and Richard N. Elliott, congress
men from the Sixth district, will be -the
speakers at a republican rally to be beld
at Connersvlllo, Aug. 25.
HALL MEETS lOWA
MAN* IN DEBATE.
The republican national committee has
selected Archibald M. Hall of Indian
apolis to meet Senator Gilbert Hitch
cock, in lowa, in a debate on the league
of nations, it was announced yesterdav.
Aaron S. Watkins, prohibition candi
date for president, will speak at the
state convention Aug. 31, in the audi
torium of the Y. M. C. A., in Indianapolis,
when presidential electors will be nomi
nated.
The convention will be held in the aft
ernoon and Mr. Watkins will address a
night mass meeting.
Republican and democratic county or
ganizations are now engaged actively m
taking the poll of every precinct in tne
county, in preparation for the first regis
tration Sept. 4.
At a meeting held yesterday afternoon
Reginald Sullivan, democratic county
chairman, held a conference with county
candidates.
A chairm#n for the democratic coun
ty speaker's bureau will be named with
in a few days by Mr. Sullivan.
Senator Watson will be the headliner
r.t a rally of the Indianapolis Harding
club, to be held Tuesday evening, Aug.
24. at 8 o'clock.
Senator Watson also will address a
meeting to be held in the open air in
Irvington Saturday evening.
Prosecutor Claris Adams will preside
over the meeting, and arrangements for
the affair are in hands of the Irvington
Republican club.
Veterans Balking at
Leaving Marion Home
Special to The Times.
MARION, Ind., Aug. 12.—Asking that
no action be taken which will “shorten
the lives of toelr comrades.” members
of Gen. Shunk post No. 23, Grand Army
of the Republic, have adopted resolu
tions urging the board of managers of
the National Military home to provide
for the support of aged veterans of the
Civil war at the Marion branch during
the remainder of their lives.
It was announced here recently that
all veterans of the CUil/ war would be
removed to other branches of the Na
tional Military home to make way for;
veterans of the world war suffering from
mental and nervous diseases.
Kansas Miners Will
Go to Work at Once
PITTSBURG, Has, Aug. 12.—Kansas
miners who went on strike two months
ago Tn protest against the five-day week
penalty levied by coal operators are to
return to work immediately.
Tn making this announcement Alexan
der Howat, district union president,
made plain the miners will return to
work “of their own accord and not at
my direction.”
Howat said the district locals hare /
adopted resolutions condemning Presi
dent J. L. Lewis for interference In the
Kansas strike and pledging support to
their district president.
Irvington Branch in
July Book Issue Lead
The Irvington branch library for the
first time heads the list of the thirteen
branches in circulating the greatest num
ber of books during Juiy.
Last year it held sixth place for the
same month.
A total of 3.790 books were given out
to the readers of the Irvington branch
in July.
The increases also were larger than o>
any other branch library, having 1.533
more books given out in July, 1020, than
in July, 1919, a total gain of 63 per cent.
Miss Helen Aten; who has resigned as
part-time assistant librarian, will enter
Wisconsin university in September.
FATHER HELD FAITH TO LAST.
EVANSVILLE. Ind., Aug. 12.—Al
though his son Jacob Jr. disappeared ten
years ago, Jacob Sehaumberger, who died
here recently, never lost hope that he
would return some day. The will of
Bchaumberger was filed for probate here
today and provided that should the miss
ing son return he would receive the
sum of SICO. The money is to be held
ten years for him.
For Black Shoes
B Jet-Oil Liquid Shoe Polish is easily applied with S
the dauber and gives a quick, lasting shine.
It keeps the leather soft and pliable, increasing the
life of the shoe. Easiest to Use. Most Economical. jg
Sold by Grocers, Shoe Stores, Druggists,
Notion Stores and Repair Shop3
1 S. M. BIXBY & COMPANY, Inc., New York I
jg|®V Also Manufacturers of Bixby’s Sfeu Wite, AA Brows Jffik
fflpr \ and Jet-Oil Paste Shoe Polishes. /
He Loved Isabelle 9
but His Work , Ah
It Was Nice
DETROIT, Aug. 12.—Devotion to
duty prevented Nicholas Alexander,
cook from taking an hour off to jet
married. *
His fiancee, ls3belle M. Sahayeaw,
applied at the county clerk's office
for a marriage license and in response
to the clerk's question as to why the
bridegroom-to-be had not come, she
said Nicholas was too busy.
She said further that they had
agreed to marry a year ago, but they
had a quarrel and Nicholas tore np
the license he had taken out.
After long and mature deliberation
Isabelle came to the conclusion that
she had been wrong.
She went to him in a penitent
mood and found him receptive, but
on one point he was adamant.
He would not leave his work for
a minute to get married, and if she
wanted to become his wife she had
to take out the marriage license, en
gage a minister and bring him to
the kitchen where the ceremony wa3
to be performed.
They were married.
‘Y’ Speaker Flays
Russian Soviets
Denouncing the government of Russia
as unrepresentative, immoral and beastly,
Arthur Robinson, Indianapolis lawyer,
former senator and major in the United
States army in France, in an address be
fore the members of the Bible Investi
gation club at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium
last night, insisted that no recognition be
given by this country of soviet Russia.
Mr. Robinson spoke on the subject,
“The Supremacy of Law.”
He outlined.Ajje history of law, em
phasizing its fundamental ba3is as pub
lic opinion.
“We have no expression of public opin
ion in soviet Russia,” Mr. Robinson de
clared, “and, therefore, the present form
of government in that couutry at present,
where only about 900.000 people out of a
citizenry of 150,000,000 are permitted to
have a voice in the natioml affairs, can
not be recognized by this wonderful
country of ours.”
Believe Letter Last
One Hanly Dictated
Special to The Times.
WAUSAU, Wis„ Aug. 12—The Consti
tutional Defense league, with headquar
ters in this city, believes it received the
last letter written by the late J. Frank
Hanly, former governor of Indiana, be
fore his death, Aug. 1.
The letter was written at the office of
the National Enquirer, 309-311 East Ohio
street, Indianapolis, mnd was dictated
Saturday afternoon, the day before his
death. *
Hanly was killed near Dennison, 0.,
when a Pennsylvania train struck th*
automobile in which he was riding with
Dr. and Mrs. C. M, Baker, who also were
killed.. “*
The letter received by the league was
written in response to an inquiry seek
ing his services for a series of addresses
during September. Hanly agreed to
speak.
Father Asks Datnages
' for Injuries to Son
Special to The Times.
EVANSVILLE, Ind.. Aug. 12.—Joseph
Bengart entered suit in the Vanderburg
circuit court Wednesday against Jacob
H. Weber, proprietor of Cook's park,
asking $25,000 damage for injuries al
leged to have been suffered at the park
on July 5 by bis son, who had n part of
his hand blown off by fireworks.
Hoosier Raised Hog
Is Sold for $21,000
Special to The Tiroes.
KOKOMO, lud.. Aug. 12.—A hog raised
by Bock A Shirk, shipped to New York
state from Russiavillc, brought $21,000.
Seventy head of spotted Poland China
hogs sold by this firm last week aver
aged S7OO a head and are being shipper
to various destinations.
Dying Statement
to Be Used in Trial
Special to The Times
MARION. Ind., Aug. 12.—One of the
most important exhibits to be introduced
in the trial in the circuit court this fall
of Thomas W. Gossett for first degree
murder is the deathbed statement of his
victim, Mrs. Nancy E. Gossett, secured
by the prosecuting attorney a few days
before she died.
Guticura Soap
Will Help You
Clear Your Skin
Soap, Oir.tment.TrJ*rna. Siunplcs
free of Ovtlcar* LftboratorW*. Dpt. X, kut.
WARNING
Bln kw*lnj ywr bowi reiular do not
bcoorn. addict.J to wnk*nlag pur**ti
or miner*! laxeUres: lust trr KOROLAX;
ife. ter. tie. wboleeom.. Best and (oea
fsrtheat. Obtainable at busy drutffUa. erery
whore. Korols* la relief for many ailments.
Includlnc constiTMitlon. beadsches. dizzy
spells, belchtnt, em, heartburn, torpid U?er,
bid breath, nertousness. dyspepsia. Indiges
tion. obesity, mental and physical dullness.
WOULD MAKE CITY
BETTER KNOWN
Advertising Club Has Plan for
Using Unexpended Balance.
A proposal that the money left unex
pended, after all the expenses of the con
vention in this city last June of the As
sociated Advertising Clubs of the World
had been paid, be used in a continuation
of the effort to make Indianapolis (be
best appreciated city in the country, is
being submitted to the subscribers to tht,
fund, of which approximately SB,OOO re
mains.
This proposal is being submitted to
the subscribers by the 1920 convention
board of the Advertising Club of Indi
anapolis by means of a circular letter,
whieh says, in part:
“You will recall that the Advertising
club, through its convention board,
stated when soliciting lunds that the
money would be used to help make In
dianapolis a belter appreciated city.
"The entertainment of the world's
advertising convention was to be used
as an incentive for setting in motion a
well-organized program for making In
dianapolis more favorably known, both
at home and abroad.
“We are now glad to announce that the
Chamber of Commerce has already taken
steps to continue this program in action
and in view of the fact that your sub
scription was made for the purpose of
promoting Indianapolis, we recommend
that the money now remaining in the
convention fund be placed in the custody
of the Chamber of Commerce to be used
specifically in city promotion work.
“The convention board may have the
authority to make such transfer, but we
prefer to have the approval of subscrib
ers.
“As further evidence of your desire to
co-operate in making Indianapolis the
best appreciated city in America, will
you please sign and mail the enclosed
'postcard?”
The enclosed card referred to requests
that the convention board turn over to
the Chamber of Commerce for city pro
notion purposes any balance remaining
in the convention fund. „
According to the plan, the money would
be used in “boosting" Indianapolis,
through tbe municipal advertising com
mittee of the Chamber o£ Commerce, and
toward making tbe city more favorably
known both at home and throughout the
couutry.
Plan New Hotel for
Chesterfield Camp
Special to The Times.
ANDERSON, lud.. Aug. 12.—Announce
ment was made by Mrs. Mabel Riffle,
secretary of the Indiana Spiritualists' as
sociation, that plans were being consid
ered for a 100-room ■ hotel to be erected
at the state camp grounds at Chester
field.
Accommodations at the present hotel
are inadequate.
Eighteen hundred attended the meet
ings last Sunday and more than 300
were without places to sleep at night.
It Is planned to have the new building
Greeted in time for the 1921 camp.
Indiana Poles Will
Meet at Gary Aug. 15
Ppectal to The Time*.
GARY, Ind., Aug. 12.—Thirty thou
sand Poles of northern Indiana are ex
pected to participate In a gigantic Pol
ish demonstration to be held here
Aug. 15. '
A great prayer service, a street parade
and speeches-by Polish leaders will oc
cupy the entlre'day.
A delegation of prominent Poles of
Gary will leave for Washington Mon
day bearing a resolution Invoking
United States aid for Poland.
Bad Cheeks Passed
in Hartford City
Special to The Ttmea.
HARTFORD CITY. Ind, Aug. 12.
Forged checks totaling S2B were passed
here Wednesday by a man claiming to
be R. B. Sanderson, a farmer.
The name-of Clyde Whybrew, a promi
nent farmer here, was signed to the
checks.
Whybrew says he knows no one by
the uame of Sanderson.
WAKEFIELD’S
BLACKBERRY
BALSAM
Quickly cures Diarrhoea, Dysentary.
Cholera Infantum and all loose bowel
troubles In adults and babies. No opium.
No opiates. Harmless. Doctors recom
mend it. Seventy-five yesrs without an
eflusl. 40c and st.oo per bottle. SI.OO
size Is most economical to buy.—Adver
tisement.
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INDIANA DAILY TIMES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1920.
HOROSCOPE
“The stars Incline, but do not compel.”
FRIDAY. AUG. 13, 1920.
“The stars Incline, but do not compel.”
During hours of business this day the
most unfavorable planetary conditions
will prevail, according to astrology.
Uranus, Mercury, Mars and Saturn are
all in malefic aspect.
This fs one of the times when chaotic
and destructive thoughts are Vmost like
ly to take possession of the mind and
for this reason a positive altitude of op
timism should be maintained.
Suspicions concerning human motives
may be engendered by the evil rule of
Uranus, the planet that rules the subcon
scious mind.
Owing to the position of the stars
strange messages may seem to be re
ceived by telepathy and superstition will
be encouraged.
College women will gain great distinc
tion in anew movement that will en
gage the attention of all classes and will
bring about widespread benefits.
Nerve exhaustion w.ll be on the in
crease while this planetary government
prevails. „
Persons it is should
not quarrel or go to law. Letters or
newspaper articles may cause annoyance,
but libel suits will end unfavorably.
Children born on this day are likely
to be rash and headstrong. These sub
jects should be well endowed with tal
ents and should gain distinction.
Optimists Urge All
Members to Attend
The optimists give the following rea
sons why every Optimist should attend
the “good luck” meeting of the club. In
the Riley room of the Claypool hotel to
morrow noon:
“Because John B. Reynolds, general
secretary' of tbe Indianapolis Chamber
of Commerce, is going to be present and
talk. That's enough. Doesn't need any
subject; be’ll talk about Indianapolis.
“And because there will be a delega
tion of musicians, and, and evr'thing
from the stupendously spectacular sym
posium of superb supersights. Uncle
Sam's First Division Army Circus.
“And because tbe Riley room has been
engaged and an extra good luncheon or
dered to accommodate all the guests tbe
members are expected to bring, as well
as the many entertainers."
Will Be Hostess to
Women Voters? League
Mrs. Wtlmer Christian, 1*124 North
Delaware street, will be the hostess for
a tea and business meeting of the board
of directors of the Indianapolis League
of Women Voters tomorrow afternoon.
A report from the educational commit
tee of the league will be given by Mrs.
A. B. Graham, chairman.
When Folks
Quit Coffee
because of cost to
health or purse, they
naturally drink
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HAVE DARK HAIR
AND LOOK YOUNG
Nobody can Tell when you
Darken Gray, Faded Hair
with Sag-e Tea.
Grandmother kept her hair beautifully
darkened, glossy and attractive with a
bre-v of Sage Ten and Sulphur. When
ever her hair took on that dull, faded
or streaked appearance, this simple mix
ture was applied with wonderful effect.
By asking at any drug store for
“Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound,"
you will get a large bottle of this old
time recipe, improved by the addition
of other ingredients, all ready to use,
at very little cost. This simple mixture
esn be depended upon to restore natural
color and beauty to the hair.
A well-known downtown druggist says
everybody uses Wyeth’s Sage and Sul
phur Compound now because it darkens
so naturally and evenly that nobody
can teli it has been applied—it's so easy
to use, too. Tou simply dampen a comb
or aoft brush and draw it through your
hair, taking ona strand at a time. By
morning the gray hair disappears: after
another application or two, it ia re
stored to its natural color and looks
glossy, soft and beautiful.—Advertise
ment.
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HELP
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Made Mrs. Fairborn Strong
And WelL
Chattanooga, Tenn.—“l used
Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Corn-
H' pound before my
baby came when I
could no lqnger
strengthened my
back and relieved
me of the dropsi
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often cirvel op3
, my first experi-'
Vegetable Compound. Years after
wards I took it during the Change of
Life and got along so well I scarcely
ever had to lie down during the day
and seldom bad dizzy fainting spells.
I am now well and strong, can ao all
my housework wi'.h perfect ease and
it is a comfort to me to be able to
say to other suffering women ‘Take
Lydia E. Pinkham’s medicine and be
strong.’ I will be glad to have you
use mv name if it will be the means
of helping any one.”—Mrs. R. A.
FairbUbtt, 606 Orchard Knob Avenue,
Chattanooga, Tenn.
For forty years this famous root
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inently successful in controlling the
diseases of women. Merit alone
could have stood this test of time.
PARK PAGEANT
STAGED TONIGHT
Car Company Will Provide
Special Service.
Special car service on the Brookside
and East Tenth street lines will be pro
vided by the Indianapolis Street Railway
Company- to transport persons attend
ing the second annual pageant of the In
dianapolis playgrounds at Brookside park
tonight. N
Miss Alice Mescall of the city recrea
tion department. who has written and
Tomorrow, Friday, Our Bargain Day
Store
Closes
Saturday
at I
Curtains and
Draperies
CURTAIN SWISS, yard wide, sheer
grade, dot, figure and crossbar patterns,
white, 65c quality (no phone A o
orders), yard
VELOUR FOR DRAPERIES OR POR
TIERES, 50 inches wide, mercerized
with a rich sheen, blue, ® Q
$6.00 quality, yard ts)o. i/O
(Six) CANVAS PORCH SHADES, 10
feet wide, 7 feet drop, brown and blue
stripe canvas; $5.00 QC\ /2Q
quality, to dose, each
ODD LOTS OF CURTAINS LESS ONE
THIRD, nets, voile, marquisette and im
ported curtains, 2% yards long, durable
materials, white and Ivory; one or two
pairs of a pattern—
s2.so quality, pair $1.65
$5.00 quality, pair 93.33
$7 50 quality, pair 95.00
LACE EDGE NET, 38 Inches wide,
durable double thread nets, with lace
edge, neat patterns, white and r7A
ivory, 95c quality, yard / \?C
CREAMERY BUTTER,
Sun lit delicious, fresh
sweet churned,
pound . 58^
CATSUP, Snider’s, made
from red ripe tomatoes, 8-
ounce, half pint bottle.l6*
PEANUT BUTTER. Sun
lit made from fresh roast
ed refined No. 1 peanuts,
pound 2,‘t*
SHREDDED WHEAT BIS
CUIT, packages. 2 for 29*
FLOUR, Red Wing special
milled, selected Northern
hard spring wheat, a 244-
pound bag 91-85
Women’s and Misses’ Apparel
(Six) SPORT COATS FOR WOMEN AND MISSES, of good
quality tweed mixtures, collar, cuffs and large /jjs
buttons of leatherette materials, patch 81? J {I V*
pockets, $18.60 quality CJJ/ Uml • U/
(Thirty) TAFFETA DRESSES FOR WOMEN AND MISSES,
clearance of broken lots, garments from our extensive season’s
selling, navy, black, copen, 6and, gray and /flh r—■ ✓'n
beige. Earlier In the season they sold lL ‘■'"V 11 W
for $15.00, $18.50 and $20.00 %X/\J
(Ono hundred) SILK BLOUBES
FOR WOMEN AND MISSES, of
crepe de chine, pongee and jap
silk, maize, peach, flask i QQ
and white. Special ....$ 1.0*7
(One hundred) LINGERIE
BLOUSES FOR WOMEN AND
MISSES, of corded voiles, lawns,
Bedford cords, etc., strictly tailored
models or soft dressy blouses,
round or V-necks, plain or ruffled
collars, plain white, stripes or col
ored collars and cuffs; AQ.
$1.50 and $2.00 quality . 7 OC/
Domestics and Beddings
(Twelve hundred yards)
DRESS GINOHAM, 27
inches wide,- plaids,
checks and plain colors;
48c quality, f)A
yard
(Two thousand yards)
NAVY BLUE PER
CALE, yard wide,
navy blue, in stripe
pattern, for aprons,
house dresses, etc.,
48c quality, QOn
yard Out
(Fifteen hundred yards)
DRESS VOILES, 27
inches wide, neat figured
design for women’s and
children’s waists, dresses,
etc., 39c O A _
quality
APRON GINGHAM,
all sizes, blue checks,
fast color, 30c C\ A
quality, yard.. zurzC
U N B L E ACHED MUS
LIN, yard, QQy*
wide...s yards VOL
directed the pageant, stated preparations
are complete.
Last year 15.000 persons attended the
pageant, and more than this are expected
tonight.
The festival will be staged in one ol
the valleys of the park.
The natural amphitheater can bo
reached by walking north after leaving
East Tenth street cars at the end ot
the line or by going south after having
Brookside cars at Olney street.
The pageant, which begins at 7:30,
Is named “The Seasons,” and comprises
a series of dances, tableaux and chorus
numbers for which COO children from the
neighborhoods served by city parks and
playgrounds have been practicing under
competent directors for several weeks.
THE W?H. BLOCK 0!
Halt Sehaffner &. Marx guaranteed clothes for men, young men and boys (8 to 18).
From Our Model Grocery
EVAPORATED MILK,
Van Camp’s (4 for 49c),
can 12 4*
BREAKFAST BACON,
lean, sweet cured, ma
chine sliced,
pound 35*
DREAM CHEESE, rich yel
low Wisconsin, full cream,
pound 35*
SALMON, fancy Alaska
River pink. 1-pound
can 10*
LARD, Sunlit pure open
kettle rendered, 1-pound
carton .........25*
mjfil m QASEAiCMT STORE
(One thousand yards)
STRIPE OUTING FLAN
NEL, assorted cSlor
stripes, on light grounds;
extra special, £)r
yard zijOC
(Five hundred yards)
LONG CLOTH, yard
wide, soft, even
thread for underwear,
launders nicely. (Lim
it 10 yards to cus
jgr?: 29c
(Eight hundred yards)
WHITE OUTING FLAN
NEL, soft and fluffy, dou
ble fleeced, extra Q A _
special, yard
(Three hundred yards)
CURTAIN SCRIM, yard
wide. (We reserve the
right to limit quanti
ties.) Extra j Q
special, yard 1 VC
BLEACHED MUSLIN,
yard wide, long lengths tS
the 40c quality,
Rug Department
Specials
PALMER HAMMOCKS, large size,
striped patterns, blue, red or green,
spreader head with Q (A Q
pillow; $6.00 quality <J>O.
CONGOLEUM, 15 good patterns to se
lect from, all colors, suitable for bath,
kitchen or bedroom, 85c fiTQ _
quality, square yard O *7V-.
STAIR TREADS, size 9xlß inches, best
rubber, circle design center, i Q .
30c quality, each IVC
WIRE GRASS PORCH OR STAIR
RUNNERS, Waite's best, stenciled pat
terns, green or brown—
-27 Inches wide. $1.25 quality, yard.9s*
36 Inches wide, $1.60 quality, yd. 91.25
64 inches wide, $2.25 quality, yd.91*75
—Foifrth Floor.
COFFEE. Blue Ribbon,
fresh roasted, in the
bean or ground,
pound 29*
RED KIDNEY BEANB,
Joan of Arc (3 cans. 40c),
can 14*
CORN, delicious feweet
evergreen (dozen, $1.59),
can 14*
SALT, double refined table
salt 4 bags 19*
BOWLENE, disinfectant,
for the bath and toilet.
can 21*
—Fifth Floor.
(Fifty) WHITE TUB SKIRTS
FOR WOMEN AND MISSES,
fancy pockets, button trimmed.
Sizes 26 to 30; AQ^
$2.00 quality V/OC
PETTICOATS FOR WOMEN
AND MISSES, fancy floral de
signs, also plain white sateen,
some slightly soiled; AQ rt
$1.50 and $2 quality.. V/OC
BLEACHED SHEETING,
9-4 wide (limit 5 yards to
customer), nrj
yard / diC
UNBLEACHED SHEET
ING, double bed width,
easy to bleach,
yard 09C
(Two hundred)
BLEACHED PIL
LOW CASES, hem
med, size 36x36 inches,
extra special, Qf)
(One hundred) BLEACH
ED SHEETS, size 72x90
inches (limit 3 to custo
mer), extra (rpr
special, each. 1.0 O
(One hundred) LACE
CURTAIN SAMPLES,
ltfc yards long, suitable
for sash cur- qq o
tains. Each OOC
(Four) COMPLETE
DRESS FORMS,
S2U ...$4.98
Settings and costumes for th 4 various
numbers have been designed with the
advice and assistance of the staff of
the Circle theater.
Prizes will be awarded tbe children
composing the playground groups which
are judged first, second and third in
costumes and skill.
A banner will be given to the play
ground adjudged first.
WOMAN POLITICIAN SPEAKS.
MARION, Ind., Aug. 12.—Mrs. Frank
Dodson of Des Moines, la., chairman of
the women’s division of the republican
state committee of lowa, addressed sev
eral hundred Grant county women at a
meeting last night In the Royal-Grand
theater.
Georgette and
Sport Hats
For Women and Misses'
S Friday Special
*2.00
We’ve taken
two hundred hats
from our regular
stocks end marked
them far below
' the price they
regularly sold for—as a special con
cession to “Bargain Friday.”
The majority of the hats are white
—a few are in the popular, sweater
colors—some of the Georgette hats are
combined with velvet. A good range
of styles and shapes. Special, $2.00.
Coolidge Dinner Todaj
BOSTON, Aug. 12.—Wallace McCaman*
of Portland, Ore, who nominated Gov.
Coolidge for vice president at the Chicago
convention, comes to Boston today as
tbe guest of tbe Massachusetts Republican
club at its Coolidge dinner.
THIEVES WORK TWO TOWNS.
HARTFORD CITY. Ind., Aug. 1L—
Thieves who op rated at Mill grave early
Wednesday morning, securing SIOO in
money and merchandise from four stores,
are believed to be the same who burglar
ized four stores at Lafontaine, Wabash
county, the night before.
Hosiery
M’CALLUM PURE THREAD SILK
HOSE FOR WOMEN, fully reinforced,
lisle sole, lisle garter top, QK
alack only, $3.00 quality OO
PURE THREAD SILK HOSE FOR
WOMEN, fully reinforced, double sole,
with garter top, $2.00 -I Qpr
quality 1 ,OU
FANCY ROLL TOP SOX FOR CHIL
DREN, various patterns to choose from,
up to 65c qual- QA
itles /. OV7 C
Knit: Underwear
UNION SUITS FOR WOMEN, fine
gauze, low neck, sleeveless, tailored
band or bodice top, pink or white, slight
Irregulars of $1.50 quality; /?r
(3 suits, 41-89). Suit ODC
UNION SUITS FOR WOMEN, gauze,
low neck, sleeveless, cuff knee, broken
lines of 86c 4A
quality, suit
UNDERVESTS FOR WOMEN, gauze
swiss ribbed, tailored band tops, slightly
irregular, all sizes; f)A
69c quality
MUSLIN AND CAMBRIC UNDER
WAISTS FOR CHILDREN, double row
of taped buttons, broken OOr
lines of 65c quality
—Third Floor.
Housefurnishings
GARBAGE _
CANS, galva
nized steel, ' m*m, n
tight fitting
lid, bail ban- L •
die, 6-gallon . r ——’— ■w-s"
capacity. Spe- I ■
cial j t? Hk “
$1.69 *
ROCHESTER WASH BOILERS, heavy
metal, copper bottom, No. 8 tfi) AQ
size; $4.00 quality vu.i/O
—Fifth Floor.
Men’s Furnishings
NIGHTSHIRTS FOR MEN, of mus
lin. V-neck, cut large and roomy,
$1.35 quality. (Limit
2 to customer), f\r?
Each 95C
GUARANTEED HOSE FOR MEN,
size only; 6 pairs guaranteed by
manufacturer to wear 6 months; as
sorted, 4 tan, 2 gray to /"vjr
box Box of 6 pairs, V^OC
ATHLETIC UNION SUITS FOR
MEN, of nainsook, elastic belt in
back. Sizes 40 to 46. rif\~
Suit /9C
UNION SUITS FOR MEN, balbrig
gan or mesh, long or short sleeves,
ankle length. Sizes prr\
38 to 44. Special / £7C
WORK SHIRTS FOR MEN, of med
ium blue chambray, flat laydown col
lar attached, fast color, • doublcT
stitched; cut large and roomy, well
made, $1.65 | rv
quality qp 1. 1 Z 7
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Store
Closes
Saturday
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