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MEXICO WILL
INVITE CAPITAL
TO REPUBLIC
Government to Endeavor
to Win Recognition of
United States.
CABINET IS APPROVED
MEXICO CITY, De<\ 9.—The American
pt-llcy of the new Mexican government
nli! be based on a strong but friendly
•“ to win recognition from tse United
. without any conditions attached,
is learned today. It Is understood
that the American policy of the De La
Huerta regime is to be continued. In
the meantime the government will in
vite the Investment of American capital
in Mexican business enterprises.
The personnel of the new cabinet ap
parently meets with popular approval.
President Obregon was especially pleased
over the decision of Adolfa de la Huerta
to accept the post of minister of the
treasury because of his popularity with
the masses. Senor de la Huerta is In bad
health and faces a serious operation.
The new chief of cabinet and govern
ment secretary. General Plutareo Elias
Calles. was secretary of war under De
Huerta. He directed the pacification
of Mexico after the May revolution with
marked success. His subsecretary Is
Joae I. Lugo. /
Gen. Benjamin G. Hill, the new Sec
retary of B“ar, la President Obregon's
uncle. Under De La Huerta he was
commander of the troops In the Federal
district, which embraces the capital.
Gen. Enrigue Estrado is under-secretary
of war.
Dr. Culberto Hidalgo, secretary of
State, was under-secretarv of State un
der the De La Huerta regime. *He will
be. It la predicted, a consistent opponent
to certain American claims. -The f-ict
that he was appointed Secretary of State
was accepted as proof that President
Obregon would continue most of De La
Huerta's policies. Dr. Hidalgo’s under
secretary is Senor Aaron Saen*.
Gen. Pascual Ortiz Rubio, who remains
as postmaster general, Is connected with
one of the most prominent families In
Mexico.
Gen. Antonio VlUarseal, who remains as
Secretary of Agriculture, Is one of Presi
dent Obregon’s close personal friends. He
has met with considerable success In
agrarian reforms and In the development i
of land for colonization. He Is establish- j
Ing prosperous farm colonies for former
soldiers.
Rafael Zubaran Oampany. the new Sec
retary of Commerce, is a powerful pol
itician ed W"S for—--’’- —!•'•-nt of the
municipal council of Mexico City.
Has Nails Manicured;
He May Lose Hand
Dec. 9. —The female of the
barber shop species is more deadly than
the male. In the opinion of E. G. Davis,
manager of the Federal Anns Company,
with offices in the Lumber Exchange
building.
Six weeks ago a manicure lady dug
from the fingers of Mr. Dsvls a few hang
nails. Now he’s in the hospital, hoping
that Dr. Edward Sauer will not find it
necessary to amputate his right hand.
His thumb and part of the rltfht index
finger already have been removed.
Mr. Davis and Dr. Sauer plan to start
a campaign for legislation compelling
manicures to sterilize their tools.
Michigan Election
Recount Jan. 4
WASHINGTON. Dec. 9—Recounting of j
ballots In the Ford-Newbnry election in i
Michigan will begin Jan. 4, the Senate
oonurnttee investigating that election de- j
tided today.
j Testimony preliminary to the recount
iwiil be taken Dec. 16. Witnesses will be
examined regarding charges that ballots
in certain precincts were destroyed, as
charged by Henry Ford, who contested
Newbury’s election.
G KEENS RI RG WOMAN DIM.
GREEN SBC RG. Ind., Dec. i 9—Mrs.
■fioorsre W. Lanham, S'*, died last night
after a week’s illness resulting from a
paralytic stroke. She Is survived by the
husband and two children.
THE DANGER OF
jmeuiiqhia
How You Can Avoid It
When you have a cold and
neglect it you are in great
danger of pneumonia.
iThe pure
(food ele- /
ments
John’s
Medicine \ :
build en
ergy/ to
resist cold and grip germs.
The gentle laxative effect
of Father John’s Medicine
helps to drive out impur
ities.
Father John’3 Medicine soothes
heels the lining of the breath
ing passages.
You are safe when you take
Father John's Medicine because It
is guaranteed free from alcohol or
dangerous drugs in any form. Sixty
years in use. — Advertisement.
FAT FOLKS
GET THIS
Reliable, Home
Reduction System
PS persons, particularly thosa from 10 i
to 60 pouidi aliuve normal weight, will ba
interested to learn that the 7 might redura
weight and measeremonta while eating ail
thay need and while really enjoying the
becoming aiender and healthier. Nothing
strenuous, yon want this!
This should be done by using Rorein
tabu lea, also following simple rales of
system that come with the box.
Even a few days* treatment Is lively to
show a pleasing reduction. The aien
should become lighter, the flesh firmar, the
ekin smoother, work seems easier and
actually pleasant. More buoyant feel
ing takes possession of the whole body
and mind as superfluous fat disappears.
If yon hare tried various methocs of
fat reduction without real benefit von may
now be very thankful at having found a
fen ulna aystem Look and feel younger?
re. ‘V . * nd happier I Enjoy
/e/ It is safe, rational and bealthfta. !
la each box there is a money refund
pennies Bey e small box of Korein
fraT ba 'i, dru * ~or*’r *’ 0T tor 1
Denman Supervision
to Be Investigated
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9.—The adminis
tration of William Denman of Cali
fornia, flrat president of the United
States Shipping Board, will be Investi
gated by the House committee Investi
gating shipping board expenditures, at
a meeting of the committee to be held
here next Monday, It was announced
today.
The committee Is investigating charges
of extravagance, waste and grn t of pub
lic funds in the operation of the ship
ping board.
LEGION JOINS IN
TUCSON RELIEF
National Officer Sent to Direct
Hospital Work.
It was announced today at National
American Legion headquarters that A. E.
■Tfickson Winslett of Dadesvllle, Ala., na
*' v 1 —>nnqi*n(!er of the American
Legion, has started to Tucson, Ariz., to
.. . . ~,e activities of the American Le
gion in providing emergency hospital
facilities for five hundred disabled vet
erans of the World War, reported with
out funds or medical care in Tucson.
The men are suffering from tuberculosis,
which Is developing rapidly among vet
erans who have been gassed. They hail
from nearly ail sections of the country
and went to Tucson on their own initia
tive.
It was also announced that following
a conference in Washington of repre
sentatives of the Bureau of War Risk
Insurance, the United States Public
Health Service and the American Legion,
a corps of public health nurses and phy
sicians and two construction engineers
have been rushed to Tucson. The Legion
is preparing to join forces with the Fed
eral agents In mcetnlg the situation. An
amusement park will be taken over and
converted into a temporary hospital.
Many of the afflicted veterans, falling to
find shelter elsewhere, are now sleeping
in this park.
The legion hopes to have the hos
pital ready for occupancy in three weeks.
National Adjutant Lemuel Bolles has tel
egraphed Bert C. Clingan, commander
of the Arizona department of the legloa,
to organize volunteer crews of carpenters
end other workers from the legion mem
bership in Arizona. The legion has been
informed that Governor Campbell of Ari
zona, who is now in New York, has
pledged the loan of carpenters and build
ers who are employed by the State.
Mr. Bolles said afflicted veterans every
where should be warned against going
to Tucson. The present arrangements
will take care of only those who are
there. If veterans continue to fiock to
Tucson as they have done In the month
past the situation will continue out of
control.
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Why don’t you try Smith's plan?
Or* if perchance you are a stenographer, a
Want Ad may find the particular place you want.
The best employers read them. Try one. _
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OYSTER HOUSE ON
BLOCKSATURDAY
Court Orders Sale of Frank
Rossell Property.
The oyster bouse of the late Frank
Rossell, known as “Oyster Frank,” will
be sold at public auction Saturday morn
ing with the approval of Judge Mahlon
Bash of the Marion County Probate
Court. Public announcement of the sale
of the property at 408 East -Washington
street was announced today by Fred It.
Bonifleld. administrator of the estate.
Mr. Bonlfleld stated that the appraisers
appointed by the court fixed the value
ox' the property at $1,412.75. and the
court ordered that it must be sold for
at least the appraised value. The per
sonal estate was appraised at $5,570.56
and the real estate at $3,000. The in
ventory filed in court shows $3,000 in
oesn in tile bank.
"• <ra’ services and burial of Mr.
Rossell were at Terre Haute, Tuesday,
Hit.i a pio-mm,ry service was held at
his late Indianapolis residence, on the
request of May Rossell. who claims to be
the common law wife. Her name in that
relationship appears ou the list of the
heirs-at-law, which has been filed with
the judge of tho Probate Court.
$30,00,000 COFFEE LOAN.
SAO PAULO, Brazil, Dec. 9.—Authori
zation to negotiate a foreign loan was
given the Governor of this State by the
Legislature Wednesday. This loan,
which will amount to abotft $30,000,000,
it is said, will be devoted to the assist
ance of coffee producers.
ASPIRIN
/
Name “Bayer” on Genuine
P? " "Vl i
Take no chances with substitutes!
Unless you see the name “Bayer" on
package or on tablets you are not get
ting genuine Aspirin preseribed by phy
sicians for twenty-oue years and proved
safe by millions. Take Aspirin only as
told in the Bayer package for Colds,
Headache, Ne.uralgia, Rheumatism, Ear
ache, Toothache, Lumbago and for Pain.
Handy tin boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets
<>f Aspirin cost few cents. Druggists
also sell larger packages. Aspirin i* the
trade mark of Bayex Manufacture cf
Monoacetlcacidester of Sall'yllCAcld.—Ad
vertisement.
Crisp, golden brown
cookies, delicious
cakes and toothsome
pies are the natural
accompaniment of the
holiday season.
You can make any of
them with equally
good results from the
same flour —if you
use EVANS’ E-Z
---BAKE FLOUR—the
one flour for every
purpose.
Your grocer has
EVANS*
SS-Z-BAKF
• F!.OWI
INDIANA DAILY TIMES. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 9. 1920.
Touotow, Friday, Our Bargaii Day
MIPPFS^STFiJTO
IN AISLE EIGHT
A great spread out of
Holiday Handk r .hi .fs
Friday Bargain Day prices
HANDKERCHIEFS FOR
WOMEN, plain white, full size, hem
stitched, also white and colored em
broidered corners 50
EMBROIDERED HANDKER
CHIEFS FOR WOMEN, colored em
broidered corners, full size,
2 in a box for 180
NOVELTY HANDKERCHIEFS
FOR WOMEN, imported Irish prints,
hemstitched, light and dark grounds;
25c quality 150
MEN’S CAMBRIC HANDKER
CHIEFS, neat white* or colored em
broidered Initials, hemstitched. Spe
cial 6 in a box for $1.2!)
ALL-LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS
FOR MEN, full size, hemstitched, fine
count, 65c quality 480
FANCY BOXED HANDKER
CHIEFS FOR WOMEN, pretty white
and colored embroidered corners, hem
stitched, 8, 4 and 6 in box—
-65c quality 480
SI.OO quality 75*
$1.50 quality 91.18
TRAVELING CASES, fitted with
hairbrush, toothbrush, mirror, comb,
tooth paste holder and soap box; $3.98
quality 92.49
VANITY BOXES, of patent and
dull seal leather. “Ballot Box” style,
fitted with large mirror, perfume bot
tle. powder holder, lip stick holder and
coin purse. Any school girl yould en
joy a gift of one of these boxes; $5.98
quality $3.98
WHITE WASHANREDE LINGE
RIE CREPE, 30 Inches wide, spe
cial 33*
PINK BEACH CLOTH, yard wide,
for smocks and dresses; 69c qual
lty 300
PINK ALEDO SILK, yard wide,
half silk, for lingerie or lining*;; 69c
quality 39*^
BLACK SATEEN LINING, HO
inches wide; special 390
ENGLISH SHIRTINGS, 32 inches
wide; light grounds with neat colored
stripe effects, has the appearance of
flannel shirtings; SI.OO quality...4oo
HALF-WOOL CHALLIS, 27
Inches wide; light, medium and dark
colors, neat tots, stripe* nno floral
designs, for house dresses; $1.25
quality €9O
PRINTED HALF SILK CAN
TONS, yard wide, pretty floral de
signs for kimonos —
$1.25 quality.. .85* $2 quality $1.59
MARSEILLES SATIN WEAVE
BEDSPREADS, scalloped cut corner,
regular bed size, attractive designs;
$7 50 quality $4.98
SATIN WEAVE MARSEILLES
BED SETb, large double bed size
spread with bolster cover to match,
tcallopea cut corner, rich embossed de
signs; $13.60 quality $9.98
NEW DRESSES FOR WOMEN AND MISSES, of
tricotine,' French serge, velour, satin, taffeta, crepe de' S2O qualities,
chine, etc.; navy, French blue, Pekin, seal brown, fawn, 4* ffb O
Burgundy, etc. In new, charming styles, coatee, over-1 JftH.J/O
(Fifty) DRESSES FOR SMALL WOMEN AND \
MISSES, sizes 16, 18 and 36, of Georgette crepe, crepe' (PC A A
de chine, made in attractive styles that have become u triflel
soiled from handling; $15.00 and $18.50 qualities ) *
(Twenty) WOOL SKiRTS FOR WOMEN AND MISSES, of poplin,
serges and novelty plaids, clearance of broken lots; up to SIO.OO
qualities *
ANGORA WOOL KNIT SCARFS FOR WOMEN AND MISSES,
warm and comfortable,*will make desirable Christmas presents; up
to $6 00 qualities S2S.9S
HOUSE DRESSES FOR WOMEN AND MISSES, of good quality
percales, cut full size; Billie Burke, straightline, belted styles,
broken lots; $3.00 quality $1.29
DRESSES FOR GIRLS, sizes 8 to 14 years, of good quality percales,
deep hems, nicely made, pink ; $2.00 quality .' 98£
(One hundred) DRESSES FOR CHILDREN, sizes 2 to 6 years, of
good quality percales, deep hems, trimmed with hand embroidery;
$2.00 quality 9S£
BOYS’ MACKINAWS, sizes 7
to 17 years, new winter styles of
heavy mackinaV'cloth in dark phaid
patterns, double breasted, belted all
around; Friday special $5.9S
LITTLE BOYS’ OVERCOATS,
sizes 3 to 9 years, of all-wool heavy
overcoatings, button up to neck,
belted all around, dark colors, good
warm linings; Friday special SS.9B
MEN’S SILK FOUR-IN
HANDS, made with wide open ends,
barred and tacked ends, slip-easy
bands, large assortment of patterns,
stripes, plaids and figured designs;
special . 50L
9/oos/e/x£>ms (?rea/(%/7s/mirS/ore
WffIWFtWgTFILPM
FULL FASHIONED PURE SILK
HOSE FOR WOMEN. Pure thread
silk, high spliced heels, double soles,
mercerized lisle garter tops, black
and white; $2.50 quality $1.35
SEMI-FASHIONED PURE
THREAD SILK HOSE FOR WOMEN,
Buster Brown and Eiffel makes, black,
white and colors (3 pairs, $2.00),
pair v 690
TOILET GOODS
ARLY’S LILAS I LADY MARY
TOILET WA- TOILET WA
TER, $2.50 qual- TER, $1.60 qual
ity $2.19 lty $1.19
J OI Avn DJER-KI3S VEG
WATER AND ETALE S1 2 5
PERFUME, $1.25 om?itv ’ * 98*
quality 080 qU *‘ lty
SYLVAN AS- BRADLEY’S AS
SORTED PER- SORTED PER
FUMES AND FUMES, 75c qual-
TOILET WA- ify 30
TERS, $1.25 qua! —First Floor,
tty 080 Northeast.
WOOL UNION SUITS FOR
WOMEN, “M unsing” brand, steam
shrunk, high neck, long sleeves, ankle
length, white or natural (extra sizes,
$7.00 quality, $5.50), regular sizes, $6
quality $4.50
iiTOmppMri
TABLE RUNNERS, 48 and 50
inches long, artificial silks, desirable
patterns, mulberry, blue, rose, green
and tan color combinations; up to
$4.50 qualities, each $3.19
DOUBLE-FACED TERRY
CLOTH for draperies; a heavy fabric
with a plush face, stripe and verdure
patterns, various colorings; former
$1.65 to $1.85 qualities, yard ....85*
REPP CRETONNES, yard wide,
sheer fabrics, suitable for window
draperies, fancy bag* and pillow
covers. Beautiful verdure and stripe
patterns; rose, blue, tan. green and
mulberry, washable; up to $1 25 qual
ities, yard €9O
CURTAIN VOILE AND MAR
QUiSETTE, yard wide, launders with
out being stretched, hemstitched
borders and lace stripes, white and
ivory; up to 95c qualities, yard ..48*
MULTICOLOR OVERDRAPERY
FABRIC, yard wide, woven conven
tional patterns, mercerized: rose, blue,
green and gold color combinations,
washable; former $1.50 quality,
yard 79*
(Seventy) LACE PANELS, 48
inches wide, 2*6 yards long; sheer
madras weave neto with strong edges.
To bo used one strip to a window.
Beautiful patterns copied from hand
rtvado laces; white and ivory; $3.75
quality, each
ITIL BASEMENT STORE I^ll
MEN’3 BATHROBES, made
with circular collars, two pockets,
cords at neck and waist, of. attrac
tive blanketing in many colors and
designs; originally sold for
$7.50 $5.95
BOYS’ BLOUSES, sizes 6 to 16
years, light and dark colors, of per
cale and woven madras, full cut,
well made and fast colors; Friday
special 75^
FLANNEL SHIRTS FOR
MEN, “Auto brand,” laydown col
lars attached, two pockets, coat
style; gray, tan, blue, mixtures and
plaids; $4.00 to $6.00 qualities.
$3.98 and $2.98
EfM retro fufw
HEAVY RUBBER DOORMATS, size
18x30 inches 98*
RUGS, size 27x54 inches, Axminster
and Wilton velvets, Oriental and all
over designs, In blue, rose, gray, tan
or taupe $4.95
WILTON RUGS, size 27x54 inches,
Karnaks, Herati and Ardebil, linen
fringed ends, Oriental patterns, all
colors $11.50
IMPORTED JAP RAG RUGS, size 27x
54 Inches, plain blue, gray, pink or yel
low, with band ends; $3.95 qual
ity $2.50
for These RUGS
(One) BIGELOW WILTON RUG,
size feet; blue and rose;
$212.60 quality $106.25
(One) SMITH YONKERS AXMIN
STER RUG, size 10%x13% feet;
blue and tan; $145 quality $72.50
(One) SMITH’S YONKERS AX
MINSTER RUG, size 12x15 feet;
blue and tan; $lB5 quality $92.50
(One) BIGELOW ISPAHAN WIL
TON RUG, size 1114x12 feet; blue
Oriental design; $269.00 qual
ity $133.50
(One) BIGELOW ISPAHAN WIL
TON RUG, size 10(4x13*4 feet; soft
taupe and rose color; $300.00 qual
ity $150.00
MOTIF™ FLIBS
GROCERIES
(We reserve the right to limit
quantities.)
Buy your groceries for the week-end
on Friday. You not only get the bene
fit of our Bargain Friday prices, but
you avoid the rush of Saturday shop
ping and the goods are delivered in
time for Sunday.
It K K A Kt AST
BA < ON. lean,
sweet cured, taa
cblne sliced,
pound ... 290
COFFKIC, Blue
It ; li bon. excel
lent quality. In
the bean or
ground,
pound 25<*
CHEESE, rich, yel
low Wisconsin, full
cream. pound.3st*
I'KAMT BI TTER,
fresh made while
you wait,
pound 17 C
P F. RF BfTIO N
8 O R G II l' M MO
LASSES, new fall
made.
5-pound can. 59<t
MINCEMEAT, fresh
Sun-lit. made from
choicest meats and
fruits, pound.SOC
roi.n boiled
H A M. lean,
sneet cured, ma
chine sliced,
pound .... 59* j
fresh OYS-
T E u a, large
select standards,
from Baltimore,
In full measure
sealed sanitary
cans (quart,
7‘Jc), pint..43*
DOMESTIC SWISS
CHEESE, large
open eyed (pound,
OJc).
V* pound for 16*
CORN. Red Fox,
Country Gentleman,
new. 1020 pack
(dozen, $1.75),
caa ... 15*
CREAMERY BIT
TER, Sunlit, de
licious. fresh, sweet
churned,
pound 530
SANTA CLAUS HIMSELF IS HERE
BRING THE CHILDREN
WIRE BEDS FOR
DOLLS, with mattresses
and pillows; priced SS.SO
pnd by degrees down
to 98^
BOYS' VEIiOCI
PKIiES, rubber tired,
easy running, broken
lines of sizes; up to
SS.OO qualities. Whip
they last $2.98
Trimmed hats
i Friday, special at
$2.00
There are just two hundred of these
hats, taken from our regular stocks
and priced at this figure in accord
ance with Bargain Day policies.
Os Lyons and suede velvet: black,
brown, navy, etc. Large, medium
and small shapes. Trimmed with
ostrich fancies, pins, tassels, etc.
Special $2,00
IM!3i
HOUSEFURNISHINGS
GOBLETS AND
SHERBETS, of
fine glass, cut in
various floral de
signs, s,p eci a I
each 390
FLOWER ‘BAS
KETS, of colonial
glass, daintily cut,
$1 60 quality 980
ROLLER
SKATES, ball
bearing, for boys
and girls, $3.00
quality ...$1.98
WINDOW VEN
TILATORS, ad
justable, size 23x
37 inches, 90c
quality 690
ALUMINUM
ROASTERS, 10
inches in diame
ter, $1.48 qual
ity 980
FLORENCE OIL
HEATERS,
smokeless and
odorless, $8.50
quality ...$6.48
PYREX PIE
PLATES and
frame, $3.75 qual
itq $2.69
SHOE BAGS, of needleweavo,
trimmed in cretonne, 8 pockets, $1.75
quality - $1.19
INCENSE BURNERS, “Temple of
Heaven” incense and burner, put up
in fancy boxes, 45c quality 290
ARTIFICIAL FRUITS, of rubber,
peaches, pears, oranges, bananas and
plums, 49c quality 350
FRENCH BASKETS, of reed,
dyed various attractive colors, 98c
quality 590
WASTE PAPER BASKETS AT
ONE-HALF PRICE, made of straw,
paper and rope; ecru, green or red—
s2.9s quality $1.48
$3.75 quality SI.BB
$4.25 quality $2.13
POTTERY WALL POCKETS, for
flowers, copper color, very attractive,
$1.69 quality $1.19
QUILL PENS, various colors,
glass holders, tinted to harmonize, shot
to hold pen included, $1.39 quality 980
SCRIM PINCUSHIONS, beauti
fully embroidered and trimmed with
baby ribbon in lavender, yellow, blue
or pink, $1.49 quality .980
IMPORTED ANGORA WOOL,
used for knitting or crocheting chil
drens hoods, tarns, etc.; red, gray and
white, 59c quality, ball 350
SUNLIGHT KNITTING YARN,
purple, brown, turquoise and china
blue, 65c quality, ball 450
STAMPED DRESSES FOR
GIRLS, sizes 4 to 10 years, of fine buff
voile, daintily made with large tuck
and shirring, limited range o£ sizes,
signs; $13.50 quality $9.48
AUTOMATIC MAR RLE
TOTS, miule of steel
throughout: nicely fln
ished In colors; interest
ing and durable 9SC
IMTORTEP
BISQUE
II E A 1>
DOLLS, life- fijmk
like b a b y frra
faces, priced
according to
size, $lO aud \
b y degrees /l J \j j
down
CHARAC-* /l 1 \
TER BA .V 1 F
DOLLS, with \T~~Tj
Jointed srins \ / t
and legs: J \ ft
very spe- '■*
cial 9s<>
Domestics and Beddings
(Fifteen hundred
yards) DRESS
GINGHAMS. 27
Inches wide;
plaids, cheeks ami
solid colors.(None
to dealers). Ex
tra special
yard 19<*
APRON GIN G -
HAMS, 27 inches
wide, all size blue
checks. 'Limit 10
yards to custo
mer). Extra spe
cial, yard... 14<*
WOOL PLAill)
B L A N KKTB,
large double bed
size, exira heavy
and warm, SIB.OO
quality,
pair .... $12.50
* L A N N E L
ETTE, Fleece
bck, 27 Inches
wide; neat figures
for house dresses,
kimonos, etc. Ex
tra special,
yard .. 15d
uf*
ALUMINUM
RICE BROILERS
OR CEREAL
COOKERS, 2-
quart size, $1.75
quality $1.39
DUNLAP SANI
TARY SILVER
BLADE CREAM
AND EGG WHIP,
$1.25 quality 890
SERVING TRAYS
Mahogany finish,
size 17x11 inches,
$1.65 quality 980
BREAD AND
CAKE CABI
NETS, “Home
Comfort,” $4.00
quality ...$2.98
M A R M A LADE
JARS, of fine,
clear glass, plate
and spoon includ
ed, $1.75 qual
ity 980
W I N DING TRAINS,
long running, tender and
one passenger car on curve
track; $2.00
quality $1.49
MECCANO COX
ST RUCTION TOTS build
bridges, towers, railroads,
steam shovels; fine for
boys interested in en
gineering. Priced $25.00
and by degrees down
to $1.50
BOYS’ AUTOMOBILES,
strongly made, nicely fin
ished and enameled: priced
$30.00 and by degrees down
to $9.75
(Twelve hundred
yards) CN
BLE ACHED
MUSLIN, yard
wide. No phone
orders. Extra spe
cial, yard...l4<*
( Twenty - four
pairs) BLAN
KETS. Regular
bed size, soft and
fluffy, plain and
fancy plaids. Ex
tra special,
pair $2.29
rLA Il> blan
kets, full double
bed size, extra
heavy, beautiful
eolor plaids with
soft woolen finish;
up to $8.50 qual
ity, pair.. s3.9B
(Twelve hundred
yards) OUTING
FLANNEL, 27 In.
wide, beautiful
colored stripes on
light grounds.
Sold formerly for
Soc, yard 19)
13
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