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S n THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY APRIL 16 1910 t H
Fifty Years
i the Standard
DrPRICES
CREAM
BAKING POWDER
A Guarantee of Light Sweet
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PEDAGOGUES WIN I
BY SCORE 15 TO 11 I
Tho faculty of tho High school tool
jhelr youthful charges In hand yester
lay afternoon on Eccles field nnd
aught them the finer point of our
Rational game In a full ninelnnlnga
contest the final score being 15 to 11
in favor of the pedagogues
Several of the teachers aro old
time college players who still show
lame of tho earmarks of a former
proficiency although thoy have lost
i the agility of youth
The High school team with a little
m more practice and coaching will ho
nard to beat and they have challenged I
the professors for another game
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next Thursday
Cue lineup follows
Faculty High School
IJrown SB loran c
Roach p 1iih meyer rf
i f Crosj Ib Capt Sol Smith 2b
Thatcher 2b Deo Cnpt ss
Hawks c Parry 3b
Pa I m e r b Sullivan If
I 1criinrgDar > > Garr Ib
I + AYLcliTialil cf H Smyth cf
ollo Kg 2f C Alien p
I Perkins sub Voasy rub
I Umpire Reborg Time 2 hours
t T0 ALL LOVERe OF I
BASE BALL IN OGDEN i
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I am lu receipt of a letter from Salt
I Lake asking what Is doing In Ogden
j In the baseball line 1
f As yet I havent an answer to give
I them
I It is up to you to say what shall
bo done I
I I have called two meetings at the
club rooms of the Wobor club but us
there were not enough fans In attend
ance to effect an organization We are
t still without a ball club for Ogden for
this season
I havo arranged for another moot I
ing aL tho Weber club tonight and it
you want baseball III Ogden this year
be at tho meeting and help the organ
ization along I
I made the promise to tho promot
ers of tho State League In Salt Lake
that Ogdon would he In lino expect
ing of course that the lovers of base
ball hero would help jue make m y I
word good
Wo need an organization find I
51500
If you want to help out bo at the
1 meeting tonight
Our old reliable GImlln will pilot I
tho team through the summer and I
think ovary fan In Ogden is willing
ho should ho at the head but he cant i
go through without money
r Its up to all of us to give our aid
towards an organization and to show
Jour Interest be at tho meeting i
Yours for baseball this summer
II A SIMS
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1 NO CALL TODAY I
r There will bo no calls on the Salt
Lake exchange today or Saturday Ar I
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bor day Is a legal day of rest for all
except newspaper men and as there
Is ordinarily but ono call on Saturday
anyway the exchange board of gover
nors decided to omit the session
THE WRONG ALVORD
Duo to a typographical error it was
published that J L Alvord was nr
lefitotl charged with riding a hlcyclo
on tho sidewalk The name should
have been F L Alvord
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
A meeting of the Ogden Chamber
of Commerce was held last evening
at tho rooms of the association 2111
Washington avenue
Tho association has been In receipt
of much correspondence of Into from
all parts of tho United States many
questions being asked as to our wnn
dorful climate scenery and other mil
iiral factors for health giving
Requests ore made for dnscrlptlvo
literature and In many Instances In
formation is wanted concerning the
advantages for all kinds of manufac
turing enterprises hero
In fact the association seriously
considers how they are going properly
and quickly to dispose of the largo
and dally Increasing volume of corre
spondence Bulletins and pamphlets
and various other moans of publicity
are being thought over by the manu
facturers committee
Committees are to moot very short
ly It Is said and something Is going
to bo done that will bring results for
Ogden
WATER OH PROMONTORY
SHALLOW WELLS
llrf ham City April HlTorller
Rros of this city who arC owners of
a large tract of land out on the Prom
outory near Promontory station on
tho old Hue ot the Southern Pacific
railroad have been engaged In the
past few weeks In digging wells on
their land Thin week they were suc
coRsfnl In striking water In one of the
wells at a depth of only six feeL At
this point the water came gushing
out In all directions and a fairly good
stream was encountered At the depth
of six feet a fine sand was struck with
the water which is causing the own
ers considerable trouble and as soon
as the well Is curbed they will pro
ceed to dig deeper In the hope of
striking a still larger flow of water I
It Is tho Intention of the Horsloys to I
install a gasoline engine next season
for pumping the water out onto the
laud I
laudThe
The striking of water at this depth
on dry Promontory IR quite a sur I
prise to some of the older residents
of the place and several others arc
contemplating rigging wells also
which will mean much to tho reclama f
tion of that portion of Box Elder coun I
ty The water reached In the Horsloy
well Is as clear aa crystal so Hls re
ported and is cold and pure
READ THE CLASS ADS TODAY
RAYNER ON
RAILROADS
Washington April 13 Declaring
himself the advocate ni states and
not of railroad Senator Ra npr of
Maryland today addressed himself to
tho general aspects of the adminis
tration railroad bill while that meas
ure was under consideration for
amendments
Mr Rayner pave special consider
ation to the provisions relating to the
issuance of stocks and bonds by rail
road corporations which he contend
ed wore no part of the regulation of
commerce But assuming that they
do constitute such a regulation lie
claimed that Insofar OB the state char
ters to railroads were concerned the I
provinlons were contrary to the con
stitution
Ho asserted that congress would
have as much right to lower salaries
of officers of a road or to decrease the
wages of Its employes as It would
have to regulate Its issuance of stocks i
and bond
Tliero Is ho declared no decis
Ion of any of the federal tribunals
that hare over reached such a point
of construction of federal upervl
Ion There Is no text writer or com
mentator that I have read who have
ever advanced tho doctrine that reg
ulation of commerce carries with It
the right to regulate every act In con
nection with Interstate corporations
from the Inception of their charter all
through their organization nnd through
their organization and through every
corporate act that they perform and
unless I hear some other ground ad
vanced for thli construction I must
beg to offer my dissent therefrom
Ho contended that a charter Is a
contract between the stato and the In
corporators and he argued that the bill
contemplated the violation of the ob
ligation of such contract Mr Ray
ncr declared that he wag not In the
senate as the representative of a rail
road and added
I have never accepted any employ
ment from them In my profession al
though 1 have had many an n
It to do so and I have never ndvo
cated their claims before any Judicial
forum or Icgldlatlve assemblage My
hands are absolutely free I am their
friend when they do what IB right
and their enemy when they do what
Is wrong They are the pride of the
country ns they are u curse when they
territorialize the land and apportion
it among themselves as their subju
gated province and they are a men
ace to our Institutions when they In
vade the halls of legislation and at
tack and trample upon the immemor
ial rifihtj of the people
1 do not know whether they are
for this bill or against It and I do not
care Having had no communication
with them or their agents or attor
ney I am Utterly ignorant of the po
sition they occuoy lam here In de
fense of the states and not of tho
railroads
Contending that It novor had ben
contemplated that the right to grant
corporate charters should be taken
from the states Mr Hayner said
It Is one of their reserved rights
that must be maintained Inviolate
and Intact If wo can do this we can
literally destroy these charters If
this Is Interstate commerce then ev
erything In the vocabulary Is Inter
state commerce 1 challenge the con
stitutionality of those provisions 1
charge that by violating contractual
right granted by the states they un
dermine the fundamental law of tho
land that they practically overrule the
maxim of tho Dartmouth college case
now conceded to be Incorporated Into
the law by every text writer on the
subject
I claim that the fifth amendment to
the constitution Is applicable to this
bill even where the constitutions of
the states or their laws or the char
ters they have granted are subject to
alteration amendment or repeal The
congress of the United States cannot
thus deprive tho states of their vested
and inherent rights exercised for over
a hundred years without being chal
lenged or questioned and never will
I believe that the supreme court will
ever sanction such a revolutionary
doctrine
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FOOT OF SNOW
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Loud S D April HA foot of
snow Is on the ground following a
twentyfour hour storm which ended
late tonight The stolm began with
a heavy fall of hall and rain which
with a sudden fall in temperature
turned to know
STORMING IN COLORADO
Denver April HA storm of unus
ual severity lj < sweeping Colorado to
night The thermometer has fallen I
I 1H10w till danger point In the Grand I
y
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11 SPRING HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR
J tl Now in stock The best number from the best mills The NOW READY
Forrest Mills and Essex Mills stand for the best that skill
I fan produce We would like you to see tin values Tnt Nt W MOSTHtr ISSIE OF THE CEIEDRATEO
r i to McCALL PATTERNS
Ii DOE k Superior in Stilt Fit and Siniplicnj
r and FASHION PUBLICATIONS
t ° CALL AT OUR PATTCRN COUNTER AND I
IMOPCCT THC VCRY LATenT OCSICMS
Fss > ° McCall Fashion Sheets FREE
Womens Hosiery nL m
15c 2Sc
> 35c and 50c
Children at isc 22 12c
> c 25e and 35c
Wo recommend IRON CLAD for wear
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Sleeveless Ycsts
1Bc 18c and 2Sc
Long Sleeve Vests
30c 50c
and 100
Inlon Suits
l Jl 30c 45c 75c and S1OO m
Lily White Cornet Covers In now patterns 69c and 98c
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Tomorrow loo Towels for
12 12c
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BlallUlul Alexandria foulard now patterns special at 35c
New trimmln to mptch see the lint nt35c 50c 60c And 75c 5 +
Full stock ° f now spring g lnhHm 8 13c 10c 1212c
50 Inch French Dress Linen in while blue and pink navy
and tin at I
70c
t This fabric is worthy of special mention
oJ Stop when passing tho
t 7 L Remnant Counter look It See the line of Waists at 25c
r I I 1 V J over TVrhitps there Is Waist Union Suit at 50o
money In It for you
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valley and fruit soften i have lItbe
thooMailF cf snWJEjJPVl to tors
tljolr crops A JiBtynaTJo gplc accom
panied by hall lt Ti6 did locvtfl
damage at Aspen b
ANOTHER MANHAS IJ r
EKGIHEERHEILLS NAME
Friend of Micbnpl tVSoIIl the wrll
known Southern pacific engineer have
Informed the paper that the Individ
nnl by that name who wn canned
In police court 11 edno day with
drunkenness is not Weir man
Mr OXplIIH popularity is there
fore unhullled dospHo the Illluck
which befell his namesake
NOTED SINGER HERE
Mr Ernest Turner of London Eng
land and Milan Italy who has re
cently arrived In Ogden IH a vocalist
of rare skill
Ills voice has a wide range and has
received careful training Ho will
sing a coupl of solos at the morning
service In the Methodist church This
IB an opportunity for music lovers
DTA OIL FlflOS
EXCITE OUTSIDERS
Operators of California and Colo
rado nre becoming genuinely excited
over the oil fields of San Juan and
Wayne counties Utah This Is strik
ingly Illustrated by a recent number
of the San Francisco Post a page
of which Is devoted to stories and Il
lustrations descriptive of these fields
together with advertisements of Cali
fornia companies which have Interests
there A H Spencer of Denver vice
president of the London San Juan
Oil company says that not less than
15 new companies have been Incor
porated during tho last winter on eith
er purchased or leased lands In the
San Juan district and that nearly ev
ery one of them Is sending a new rig
Into the field to develop its holdings
Options upon large holdings In tho
Vayue county Hold have Just been
taken by Denver and California capi
talists who are preparing for exten
sive operations
The San Juan field has been devel
oped to the point that there Is no
longer question of oil existing there
In paying quantities Little develop
ment has boon done In the Wayne
field but the Indications for oil aro
said to be fully as good as they are
In San Juan while tho quality of the
oil Is all that could he desired It Is
tho high grade of the Utah oil In
connection 11 tho Indications for
prolific yield which appeals to the
California operators They are ac
customed to handling oil for which
they receive GO cents and Gf cert a
barrel while the Utah oil which has
parafflno base 1s of a quality which
brings S and 350 a barrel on the
open market
Pipe Lines Surveyed
All that Is needed to make thc Utah
fields among the most active In tho
United States Is transportation facul
ties The San Juan field is 150 mllos
from railroad but as many hundreds
of miles of pipe line have been laid
to handle tho relatively Inferior pro
ducts of other J fldR It Is not likely
with BO many companies becoming
active that the providing of trans
portation facilities will be much long
er delayed
Advices from Bluff are in fact that
surveys have already been made for
pipe lines from the San Juan Held to
Winslow Ariz and Gallup X M and
that operators that field have been
assured by X iw York capitalists that
a pipe line will be constructed as soon
as the field Ts producing 30000 barrels
of oil daily
The United States geological sur
vey will mnko an examination of the
San Juan field during tho coming field
season It Is said
The pioneer In developing tho San
Juan oil field Is Colonel A C Ellis
of Salt Lake City whose operations
have been conducted by E L Good
ridge who made the first oil discov
eries In 1901 Ellis installed a drill
that year and the first sand was en
countered at 170 feet The quantity of
oil developed was estimated by Good
ridge and the driller at 25 barrels a
day
Nothing further was done In the
entire region until August 1907 when
Ellis and associates resumed opera
tions Tho first sand was again en
countered at 170 leet some water hav
ing come In at 130 feet The first
sand was drilled through and yielded
20 to 25 barrels a day
When the second sand was struck at
a depth of 220 feet a tremendous flow
of oil with a groat volume of ga
was encountered The oil was forced
up above the top of the casing eight
and a quarter inches in diameter a
distance of 12 feet by the force of the
gas and continued to spout for 10 or
15 minutes that high Subsequently
tho flow began to decline and the oil
for a month flowed gently over tho
pipe and gradually sank down to about
40 feet below the top of the woll and
then It became stationary The well
was permitted rest for soma two
or three months except that people
who visited the region would take
I away such quantities of oil as they
cured for from ono gallon to ten gal
lons and the oil soon found Its way
Into various states and places In tho
Mate of Utnh
In tho meantime a second well was
commenced by tho samo parties un
der the business name of the Oil com
pany of San Juan further up tho anti
cline about three miles and a half
distant It was sunk to the depth of
170 feet before It encountered the first
and The fist sand In this woll aJ
so showed high gas pressure and much
water and yielded about thirtyfive
barrels a day
A third well was then commenced
at a point about two miles from the
i cond well to the northeast and In
tl > nrt sand water hats been en
countered with a strong flow of oil
uuAiug about the same yield for that
sand as the first and second wella
Slnre then a fourth well has been
started at a point about a half mile
from the first well and the oil has
tiftn encountered In the fourth Well
as in the pthers
Until after the finding of oil In the
first well which Is situated COO yards
from the San Juan no money was
ever expended in the actual develop
ment of tho oil field except by the
pioneer constituting the 011 company
of San Juan but with the strike made
In well Xo 1 the district commenced
filling up with locators capitalists
following rapidly Now there are not
I beau than ten drilling machines on
mime field betides the two original ma
chines sent in l y A C Ellis and op
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en rid by CoodrdR Four of these
ar T03111 drnPP ng the drill and
onnfef them on land lyfag adjacent
and immediately north of too fourth
well mentions ban struck a fine flow
of oil and tXo others have nearly
reached tbo around And
VALUES BETTER INDistinct
lARGER JARBIGE
Distinct change of tho predominat
ing olcmoni In Jarbtdgc district Is
noted by W W Flfk the engineer
who Is conducting operations thor
for Col GOOJXC W E DorM and
associates Mining men who are look
ing for ground to take over under
lease and bond now outnumber tho
ranchmen and herders who were at
first tho largest element In the cnmp
he says On account of the extrava
gant prices demanded for ground In
the vicinity of the Bourne properly
the milling men have been gravitating
away from the gowilled center of tho
district and arc finding good show
Ings at distances varying from throe
miles to fifteen miles from tho Uotirno
discovery largely toward the south
and southwest
A significant circumstance which
Mr Fisk mentions Is that slnoo
weather conditions have permitted
prospectors to cover a wider area the
average value of the samples received
by assayers of tho camp has shown
marked Increase
Ore of the specimen variety has
been opened In the Riddle leaae on
the Bourno property Many regard
tho showing In that lease as excel
ling that In tbo Bourne main work
logs Mr Fisk Is getting esculent
pannlngs from tho ledge opened In
his Contact group of claims and he
likewise reports Important develop
ments In the Moorman group which
adjoins the Contact on the north
AUTHORITY GIVES
UTAH COPPER DATA
Under n Boston dateline the Nows
Bureau has tho following facts and
figures of Interest to offer on Utah
Copper During March the ltnh
Copper company produced 5100000
pounds of copper which Included for
the first time the output of tho Bos
ton Consolidated Profits for tho
month were approximately 5MOOOOO
and the total profits for tho quarter
wore SGO000 being based on 13 12
cent copper Total production fur
the quarter was ISGooiOO pounds
By an improved classification de
Ice which will require small outlay
nnd no additional floor Apace the
Utah company will he able to Increase
the tonnage of ore treated at the
Garfield anti Copperton plants by ap
proximately JO per cent The Gar
field plant IB now treating about 700 i
tons dally although originally plan
ned for 500 tons and the tounage will
be Increased to 1200 tons dally
The Utah management has plan
ned to build Its own railroad line from
BIngham to the smeller at Garfield
a distance of fifteen miles as compar
ed with the t well tnlnoml1o route by
whIch ore IB now shipped over the
Denver Rio Grande
Poor transportation facilities wore
responsible for the comparatively
small production In January and Fob
ruay of tho current year and the
new line will Insure the delivery of a
full oro tonnage
The above quarterly statement of
earnings does not Like into consider
ation the 35G12S quarterly dividend
received from the 950500 shares of
Nevada Consolidated stock held in
the 7tah treasury Adding this divi
dend brings the Utahg earnings for
tho first quarter of 1910 to JI2irv2S
Prior to their consolidation Utah
Copper and Boston Consolidated had
a total combined dally milling capac
ity of 11000 tons of ore When con
templated plans for enlargement have
been completed this will be increased
to 17000 tons dally
When the mill capacity has finally
been increased as proposed Utah Cop
per will hava an annual capacity of
between 14000000 and 150000000
pounds of copper
Although the Utah management
has charge of tho Boston Consolidat
ed operations It will not have for
Homo time control of the selling and
marketing of this portion of the output
for the Boston Consolidated Is still
under contract with the United Met
als Sollng company
NINETEEN = YEAR =
OLD A1CRDERER
Richmond Ind April JICharlCs
Revalee 19 years old arrested today
has confessed according to the police
that he murdered Mrs Frank Allison
near Cambridge City sixteen miles
west of hero on April C The alleged
confession gave robbery as the motive I
for the crime and said Mrs Allison I
Interrupted Revalee while ho waa I
searching for valuables The house i
was fired following the murder and
the lames attracted neighbors
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O TO BE HELD SATURDAY 0
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O At the Second Ward meet 0
O Ing house Saturday 2 p m 0
O will be held tho funeral sore 0
O Ices of Mr Esther PIngree 0
O Benson the beautiful and be 0
O loved daughter of James Pin 0
O gree 0
O Friends and relatives may 0
O clew the remains Friday ore 0
O nlng and Saturday morning at 0
O the father residence corner 0
O Twentysixth street and Jeffer 0
O son avenue 0
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Or a 4 or 6room House
Must be a snap Call or write
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shirts Because the taste and the neck of
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band is made to iifi each mans shape and I
patterns to suit his eye I
Pin lines or wide stripes fancy patterns
or plain figures spots or embroidered r
panels tucks or plain i
31 to 3350
KUHNS
Modern Clothes
Come on Wash Ave
Comeron
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SANTA CLARA IS I
A TOTAL lOSS
Eureka Cal April 11 The steam
er Santa Clara which foundered oC
ablo DInt yentordar afternoon OB a
result of springing a leak while cross
InR Humboldt bar IR slowly settling
In tho water tonight
Her docks aro awash and thovonco
probably will by n total loss Tho 1
passengers and crow numbcrinc 100 I
who were taken oft by the tug Hooper j
and brought to thin city this morning
I will bo taken to San Francisco tumor
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300 yards loo French Ginghams speiiiil 36c
3000 yards 30e Frouoh JiuRhnnis special 26o
200 yards of Pin Tiopa Police 17 12o
350 yards of 25e Cotto Silk Foulard 200
1 10 yards of 10f CVmleltu Cloth u 07 l2c
500 yards of Inf Fonchim Pongee 12 l2o
351 nnd 40c Fancy Ribbons special 23c
71c to 125 Fancy Kibbona 40c I
75c to 125 FirstClnss Hair Brushes 40c
250 Rhine Stare Hat Pins special 200
2110 Rhine Stone lInt Pins 100
75c Rhine Stono lInt Pins 60o
35c Rhine Stone fat Pins 25o
ALL HAND BAGS AT COST HUNDREDS OF SAMPLE
TOWELS AT A SPECIAL PRICE THOUSANDS OF YARDS
OF REMNANTS IN WASH GOODS AT LESS THAN MAN
UFACTURERS COST
1 Writing Paper
250 Boxes of loc Royal AVrilnit Paper special lOc
250 Boxes of 15e American Beauty Writing Paper lOc
I 250 Boxes of 15e St Patrick Ural Irish Linen lOc
250 Boxes of 35c French Chiffon and Pleated Paper15c
250 Boxes of 50c Highland Lawn 50 sheets and 50 en
velopes 29c
200 lbs of 20c Real lrish Linen Paper r15c
Envelopes to match in packages 07c p
GOt Hemstitched Paper 390
Neckwear
25 doz 25c Ladies Neckwear 19c
50 doz 35c Ladies Ncekwear 25c
20 doz 75c Ladies Neckwear 60c
SHk Gloves
250 Pairs of 35c Ivaysers Silh Lisle flnve 29c ry
iIll PailS of 75c ICaysors Silk Lisle Moves 60c y
Kaysers Long 16hutton 175 Silk Gloves 125
Kaysers 100 Long Lisle loves 69c I i
Kaysers 150 Long Lisle Gloves 100
500 Pairs of odd and end Long Lisle Gloves from Tae y
to 150 a pair special 25c
Lace Sale i
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2000 YARDS OF PURE LINEN LACE ALL WIDTHS
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OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF ALLOVER LACES AT COST I
250 PAIRS OF LADIES HOSE FROM 35c to 50c NOW 20
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Ladies 15c Summer Vests 1212c
Ladies l2e Summer Vest + 15C
Ladies 25e Rummer Vests 20c
Ladies 30e Summer Vests 25c
Ladies 75c Summer Drawers knee length 60c
Ladies I 75n Summer Union Suit GOc
Ladies GOc Summer Union Suits 5Qc
Waists
250 125 to 150 Sample Waists QQC
150 175 Tailor Made Waists 125
150 PAIR 125 to 200 CORSETS 98e
CORSETSoclds und ends 98c
200 RAINCOATS AT MANUFACTURERS COST r T
450 LADIES AND MISSES SKIRTS AT MANUFAC
TURERS COST
225 LADIES AND MISSES SKIRTS AT HALF PRICEr
150 LADIES AND MISSES JACKETS AT COST
275 SILK SKIRTS AT MANUFACTURERS COST
225 LADIES WOOL SUITS AT HALF PRICE
r 175 LADIES WOOL SUITS FROM 33 13 to50 PER
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250 LADIES WOOL SUITS 25 PER CENT Ot F I
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF OSTRICH PLUMES AT COST
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