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Choice of any Ladies' Suit, $6.C5 and $9.85. None higher. Begins on Wednesday Morning, May 18th. nn JUL ASBillEu Elm RE Thousands of yards of Fine Dress Ginghams, worth up to 10c, now 5c. Read about' the other Ginghams. DURING THE MONTH OF APRIL WE GAVE WHAT WE TERMED A STOCK REDUCTION SALE AND A GREAT SALE IT WAS OWING TO ITS SPLENDID SUCCESS AND THE VERY APPARENT APPRECIATION SHOWN BY THOUS ANDS OF BUYERS, WE HAVE DETERMINED TO MAKE A SIMILAR SALE THROUGHOUT THE MONTH OF MAY. Wednesday Morning, May 11, We Begin a May Price Reduction Sale th like of which com Idem. W Intend to add Thousand of Dollars to our usual sales and therefore tell you In a measure what great savings you can make during the month of May at The Mashmeyer 8tere. This 8le as above stated begins Wednesday morning, May 11th. Read what we My about everything. Read especially what we say about the ridieuloue closing out prices of LADIES' AND MISSES' TAILOR MADE SUITS at $6.95 and $9.95. The LACE CURTAIN SALE goes on unabated at a saving in price of at least One-third. Buy Lace Curtains here. THINGS HERE TO OCCUR IN THE LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT Ladies' and Misses' Wool Suits, to be slaughtered without any regard as to their cost or value Suits here as good in quality, the equal of any in style and tailoring to be sold, we eay absolutely without regard to cost or value. Now read. We make 2 prices only for 60 Splendid Suits; 25 up to date, splendid materials, nearly all sizes, in Misses' and' Ladies' Suits, this lot of good suita to sell at $6.95. 35 Ladies' and Misses' Suits, these include the very best suit we have ehown In our store thle season, suits worth up to $25.00, now you buy choice of any, the best at $9.95. Is that suit news sufficient to have you come and look at this MAY SUIT SELLING. The Season's Rage, PONGEE SILKCOATS in plenty here and at May bargain prices. All Ladies' and Missee' COVERT. COATS in 34 inch length, reduced in price. All Ladies' and Misses' 52 inch Covert and fancy weave long coat reduced in price during thie May Sal. Thi in cludes long black, navy blue and light colors. . Buy a bargain Auto, Driving or Walking Coat now. SILK PETTICOAT, all colors and black, a splen did good Taffeta Silk Petticoat, worth at least $4.50; May price $2.95. OUTSIDE SKIRTS do not forget that we have more than 500 Ladies' Dress Skirts to select from, made of every desirable fabric, Voile, Panama, Pleated and Embroidered, in the most desirable shades. Come to us during May for LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS, LADIES SHIRT WAISTS. A thousand to select from, worth from $1.25 to $1.50 each. May price, 95c - . . May silk department bargains. Yard wide Black Taffeta 'silk, all sills ' smooth the kind that should not cut. x Think of It worth 75c My price 50c May black taffeta silk bargains. Pure chiffon finished taffeta worth 85c. 59c See the dollar yard-wide chiffon black taffeta silk, selling in May at .... .. .... .. .... .. ..69c The beat' $1.60 yard-wide black chif fon taffeta silk, selling In May at -.. .. .. ..' .. ..95e Nobody in anybody's' town ever saw such black taffeta silks at such rid i lculous prices. Keep right on reading. Read about this splendid silk bargain. Think of buying a beautiful 27 inch fancy1 silk at 29c per yard. All shades, the most dainty, sweetest combinations, fine 27 Inches wide, good wear assured. Think, of 10 yards costing $2.90 and making a full dress. Fully 75 pieces to make a selection from and a full dress of 10 yards for $2.90 or per yard 29c And here, see what Is happening to the fine 25c and 30c best silk finish ed Poplins, every shade imaginable. Think of the May price be ing .. : 19c A big saving ,on a great lot of pretty and useful new goods In May. ' Be ginning Wednesday, May 11th. Comprehend it you can what this re duction means, 20 pieces only of these 36 Inch linen suitings in stripes, shades of pink, hello, green, grey. Splendid soft fabric, especial ly adapted for suiting skirts or boy walsting. Every yard worth 15c. ' May price, per yard .. .. .. .. 8c Pure linen suitings mind you all linen In a bewildering range of plain shadings, also the prettiest stripes. Fine, splendid linen fabric worth 30c to 35c. Choice of any while here at ..19c 18c grade satins going at per yard 10c All the dark shadings. 30 Inches wide. Don't forget the May price. Per yard .. .. .. .. ..10c GINGHAMS! GINGHAMS! EXTRA ORDINARY. . THOUSANDS OF .YARDS. Fine dress ginghams, not one yard m worth less than 8c. usually sell at 10c. Soft, fine fast colors. The May price Is, per yard .. .. .. 5c Two cases more for this Bale of the famous Red Seal Ginghams, the reg ular price of which is 15c. The May sale-price is .. .. .. .. 9c The famous 32 inch Imperial Cham- bray Gingham, the price of which is 18c per yard always. All the cor rect plain shadings, checks also come in this lot at May price .. .. .. ..12!c i Table Damask's. Full bleached table damask worth 35c. May price .. ..20c Table Damask's. Bleached merceriz ed table damask worth 50c. May price .......... .35c Table Damask. The highest finished mercerized, wide bleached damask a beauty, worth up to 75c. May price ...... .... ..45c .Able Damask. Turkey Red table damask, guaranteed fast colors worth 35c ..21c May Table Damask. 2 yd. wide, half bleached table . damask. May sale ... .45c Many crash bargains, just at the, very .time you need them. 18 inch bleached half linen toweling, . Barnsly make, worth 10c per yd. May sale time 6c 18 inch full bleached toweling, regu lar 15c grade. May sale . price .. .. ...... . . . ..10c 18 inch extra heavy unbleached towel ing, the 12 Vic grade. May sale time, 6 yds. for . . . . . . ..... .50c Ladies, Misses, Men's and Boys Hos iery Bargains. - Ladies fast black hosiery. You buy three pairs for '.. ..25c Ladies' fast black hose, ribbed top. worth 15c, May price .. .. .. ..10c Ladies' celebrated Burson hosiery. Another new case arrived. The mill sells them' so they must retail at 25c. May price .... . . . . . . 19c Ladies extra special Silk Lisle hosiery. All the latest high shadings. In cluding black. May price .. ..20c May Misses Hosiery. Fine ribbed Misses black stockings, look and are like 25c quality. May price 2 pairs for .......... ..... .25c May Misses Hosiery in tan and high colors, all at reduced prices. Men'a Hosiery Bargains. Men's fast black hose, equal to the 12Hc kind. May price, 3 pairs for..., 25c Men's Hosiery. Imported French toe Hosiery, easy toe; good fcs you ever Baw at 25c per pair. May price 2 pairs for . . .... , . . . .... , .25c Men's fine best 25c mercerized hose; plain, colors, all represented plain colors. Embroidered especially for low cut shoes including all high colors and plain black and tan. May price ..19c The good black and white Shepperd cheek bargain, actually pretty. Good in quality as 25c Roods. 'Twas made to sell at that, but May says it sells at:.. ........ .. .. ..12J4 50 pieces Challies at the lowest price ever. Buy . for kimonos, comforts, any thing .you wish to buy them for, because the price is per yard ... .. .. AV-fi Buy India linens now. Why? Because if you so desire you' can buy a pret ty fair grade India linen at per yard ...... ............ 4c May sale begins Wedneeday morning, May 11th. Continues during May. Buy India linen, because you buy a good India linen at per yard.. 8c India linen bargain No. 3. See the fine splendid grade you buy in May at per yard .. .. .. .. .. ..10c Great bargain Lace Curtain Sale con- tinues. May White Goods Inklings The 25c kind of highly mercerized white waistings, splendid patterns 10 pieces. Selling in May at .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ,.12c May Sale begins Wednesday morning, May 11th. Continues during May. - May White Goods Fine 20c satin striped, 30 inch - white 'goods. May sale price .. .. .. . .. , .10c May White Goods Extra "sheer fine Imported mulls, embroidered de signs, some worth . up to 35c. May p$ce .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..15c Best grey and black prints, May price .. .. .. .. .. .. ..44c Great Bargain Lace Curtain Sale con tinues. 32 inch fine lawns May price ... .5c May Sale begins Wednesday morning. May 11th. Continues during May Ladies Ribbed Summer Vests and Pants Ladies fine , ribbed vests, fine guaze, fine yarn, full size. Worth 15c, 3 vests for ..... v. 25c Ladies outsize ribbed vests, sizes 7, 8 and 9. Worth 15c each. May price .. .... ...... .... ..10o Ladies' gauze underwear up to 50c each best in the town for the money. . , MEN'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR- READ! READ! READ! 1 case, 60 dozen men's fine Balbrig- gan shirts and drawers, a splen did ' 25c quality. May price. . . .20o Men's 50c quality Balbriggan, French neck shirts and drawers, save the money. May price .... . .39c May .Domestic , Bargain. Read about the prices and good qualities in Muslins, Ginghams and Calicoes. Celebrated Hope bleached muslin, 3 cases more, 6.000 yards. May price ............ .... . . . . 8c Lonsdale Musline, you all know its merits. Celebrated green ticket. Price ........ .. .. .. .. ..9J4c Celebrated Lonsdale Cambric. . Buy it in May at .. .. .. .. ..10c Bleached sheets; 50 doz. more at 39c 31eached sheets. The 65c quality at .50c Another new case of Pillow cases. Worth 15c each selling at 9c 9-4 bleached sheeting; , good qual ity. May price .. .. .. .. .. ..19c RIBBONS, RIBBONS. . RIBBONS Read and see the ribbon bargain for May. No. 60, fine all silk ribbons. May price ..:.. .. 9c No. 100, heavy all silk taffeta rib bons. Quarter grade ....... . .15c No. 100. All silk Moire ribbons all shades, black, white and colors. The best 25c grade. May price. . 19c Np. 150. All silk Moire ribbon, extra heavy and stiff. May price for them .. .. .. .. .. .. ..25c May Handkerchief bargains. Ladies' white checked dimity handkerchief. Buy them by the dozen at 30c. Per V, dozen .. .. .. .. .. .. ..15c Ladies white satin bordered handker chiefs, worth 5c each. Per doz. 40c. Per dozen .. .. .. .. ..20c Corset Cover Embroidery. May price for 1$ Inch corset cover em broidery, per yard ........ ..12c The Mashmeyer Store is especially noted for carrying out its sale statements; any article you find quoted above will be found exactly as stated. Cut out if you so desire any one or as many articles as you please that- you may be interested in, bring them to the store during this May Sale and you will find them exactly as advertised. Sale begins Wednesday, May 1 1 th, continues during the entire month of May. We limey sip tt(D)(B 8TH AND MAIN. Sole Agents for McCalf Patterns. RICHMOND, iND. OCIETY PARTY AT COUNTRY CLUB. Elsie Hawekotte, Mtes Esther Gard Mrs. John H. Nicholson and daogh- and Miss Marguerite Hasemeier. ter Miss Edith. Nicholson of East Main, Miss Mabel Reller. will entertain street, have Issued Invitations for a ! Miss Ruth Gilchrist, Miss Caroline bridge party to be given Monday af-.Weaver. Miss Ruth Jones and Miss ternoon. May sixteenth at two o'clock Ethel Schepman. Wednesday evenlnc. in the Country club house. This event will mark the opening of the social season at the club house which has just been remodeled. The affair prom ises to be one of the most charming parties of the week. -: J 'JS J ' INVITATIONS ISSUED. Invitations reading as follows have been issued: Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Duning request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Edna Wilhelmine to Mr. H. Edwin Feezer on the evening of Wednesday, May twentysflfth, nineteen hundred and ten ' . at six o'clock, Richmond. Indiana. Their many friends here extend most hearty congratulations. GUESTS AT CINCINNATI. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grover of Lincoln. Nebraska, with Mrs. Carl Maple of Converse, Indiana, spent Sunday in Cincinnati. J J J TO KEEP "OPEN HOUSE." The second Tuesday in June, which comes on the fourteenth, the Wom an's Auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A. will observe "open house" at the Y. M. C A. building. The hours are from three in the afternoon to nine in the even ing. At this time the building will be open to the public for Us inspection. Every citizen is cordially Invited to attend. Ice cream and cake will "be served during the evening by the women for which a small sum will be asked. At the auxiliary meeting yes terday a successful report of the ban quet served the Commercial club mem bers recently was given. The women desire to thank the club members for their kindness. WILL NOT APPEAR. The price of admission for the East The guests will attend the Gennett theater. . JS JS WILL ENTERTAIN FRIENDS. A pleasant social event for the week is the slumber party to be given oa Wednesday evening by Miss Mary Keasler at her home on Richmond av-' enue. The girls will watch the circus unload Thursday morning. In the par ty will be Miss Ivy Russell. Miss Nellie Buell. Miss Marguerite Border, Miss Marie Brown, Miss Blanch Bayer. Miss Grace Kelly and Miss Irene Dennis. ' In the evening the following young men will be invited In for supper by the hostess: John Longstreth. Mr. Raymond Wlckemeycr, Mr. Paul Mil ler, Mr. Hubert Wann, Mr. - Harry Meek. Mr. Fred Rossiter, Mr. Edwin Flook and Mr. Ernest Layman. J MARKING WEDDING GIFTS. Marking the wedding gifts, whether with the monogram of the bride's maiden name or a monogram includ ing her husband's surname, is a sub ject which bewilders those who are not thoroughly Informed. The old custom was to mark every thing with the bride's Initials as the presents were given to her while she was still unmarried; but recently it has become perfectly correct to have marked with the initials of the name she will own as a wife. j0 j. jt A PLEASANT SURPRISE. -A bevy of persons gave Mrs. Frank Murray a pleasant surprise recently at ' her home, 443 Randolph street. The day was spent tn a social manner, din ner being; served at midday. Those composing the company were Mr. and Mrs. William Hlghman and family of Brownsville, Miss Bessie Clevlnger of Centerville. Ind.. Miss Ruth Palmer, Miss Hasel Olpe. Miss Ida. Bertsch, Miss Flora Ehle, Mr. and Mr. David Bertsch of East German town, lad.. Miss Christana Kensinger, Miss Lola Clark and Miss Rachel Kaufman of Cambridge " City. Mr. and Mrs. 8am era Star entertainment, having liwa.SlW11!'; CLUB NOTES reduced, Mrs. Trimball Patterson has severed all connection with the same. This fact Is much regretted by Mrs. Patterson's many friends, as she Is a musician and reader of remarkable ability. Her friends were looking for ward to an unusual treat - "JB j Jt IS OF INTEREST. Mrs. Charles E. Cory, of Peru, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Murdock. Lafayette Courier, jl jl jl QUEST AT GREENFIELD. Payne Comstock, a senior at Earl ham college, spent Sunday with W. W. Haller and family. Greenfield Re porter. Jt j . TO INDIANAPOLIS. Mrs. Margaret H. Miller has gone to Indianapolis where she expects ' to spend the summer the guests of friends. jg JS JS) CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY. Quite a delightful occasion was met with Saturday evening. May 7. when a host of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McDanlels friends met at their home, 838 North Tenth street to celebrate their first wedding anniversary. The evening was spent in many delightful games. The features of the evening were the piano selections that were executed and the dainty luncheon which was served at a late hour. After which the cneata departed wishing the host and hostess many more happy years as the past one had been Many beautiful presents were given to the hostess. Miss Grace DeVers of Trot wood. Ohio, was the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. McDan iels and will remain another week. Those present were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. John McDanlel and son Paul, Mrs. Etta Dadisman, Mr. Forbes, Mr. and Mrs. Will Plehe and son Elmer, Misses Nora McNeills, Nora Wettig. Grace Cannon, Grace DeVers, Mary Essen maker, Lena Smith, Mr. Eddie Smith, Albert Dadieman. js J j$ ' GUESTS AT MURRAY. Mrs. Ellwood McGulre, Miss Flor ence McGuire. Miss Pearl Hasecoster, Miss Coral Weegnman and Miss Myral Weeghmsn formed a bet party at the Murray last evening. Jt SPENT SUNDAY HERE. Mr. Glen Ellabarger of 8t. Louis, Mo., spent Sunday In this city, the guest of hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Ellabarger, 303 North West Third street. Jt Jt Jt '. SPENT A FEW HOURS HERE. Mr. Paul Fisher, was the guest of his mother yesterday for a few hours. He attended a banquet of bis frater nity held Saturday in Indianapolis. Mr. Fisher left yesterday afternoon for Bloomlngton where he will re sume his studies. Jt Jt INFORMAL PARTY. An Informal party was given last evening by Miss Caroline Weaver at her borne on North Seventeenth street. A delicious lunch was served. Jt Jt M WILL SAIL JUNE ELEVENTH, Miss Annette Edmunds, daughter of Mrs. Caroline Edmunds, expects ' to sail for England June eleventh on the steamship Coronia. She will visit rel atives In England for a time. Later she will go to Oberamergau. Germany, to attend the Passion Play, return ing to England by way of Paris. ae will sail front England for America about August ninth. Miss Edmunds is a teacher in the Cambridge City aehooL - Jt Jt Jt SLUMBER PARTIES. Slumber parties for the Robinson ttmrn mt aLi- r circus will mark th week's social ch.ii?L.a4 TSJSrJ 4nl - ilMt hm wKn wilt mmmtwt ilTlrTLZZ? i rm Kin lUta Harvev. wTmmm mumtm rw-eu J-erfvorj- -t will be Miss Manrine Converse, KJsajweU TMEUs rfnatimt Tl f Morgan of Dublin, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Murray of New Castle, Ind.. Mis Nora; Campbell of Milton, Indiana and Miss Emma Winsett. Jt Jt Jt EPWORTH LEAGUE SOCIAL. The 'fourth Union Ep worth League social will be held at Grace M. E. church Wednesday evening. May Elev. enth. This Is the last social of this eriea, one having been held at eneb m - a.AL .aaA a. mM Ak oi me i our anaoun cavram o urn city. The purpose of these socials was to bring the different leagues of the city closer together. The following program has been pre pared to which all leaguer and friends are coraiaiiy invneo va mxveua. Piano solo .. . . . ,Mls Susie Crowell Vocal Solo ..... .Mr. Hugh R. -rose Piano Duet .... Miss Estella Thomas, Miss Jeannette Towle Violin Solo .. ....Mr. Clarence Ward Reading .. . .Mlsa Alta Stevenson Piano Solo ....... .Rev. Hardiogham Vocal Solo. Mr. Charles Towlt Reading ........ ....Mlsa Lois Ward Vocal Solo. . .... .Mrs. Grace Gormon 'J Jt Jt PENNY CLUB MEETING. Mrs. Frank Kitson wlU be hostess for a meeting of the Penny clab to morrow afternoon at her horn. SOS North Eighth street Lunch will be served. MEN'S UNION MEETS. The Men's Union of the First Eng lish Lutheran church will meet Wed nesday evenlnc in the church parlors; Ji Jt Jt BIBLE CLASS TO MEET. The Perseverance Bible class of th rim mpuh GDorcn win uvvv tr nesday afternoon at the bom of Mrs. Will Whiteley, 204 8onth Thirteenth street, at two-thirty o'clock. r n n r 1 Something can and must bo torn for the pony, crying baby, for list child that re fuses to eat and is rest teas in its sleep. And stac tbo basis of an health U the proper worUsj of the digestive organs, look first to the condition of too. stooucb r-J bowels. A ehUd sheeM Tom two tt asafl f-te SMvemmt of the bowel) a. day. i eexotrta of th bowels fcjvery TerZ a with tt eeoM a HmrtSLaV -5 w stfp. good ef end s4 But H 1 a jv im .wn rhatjto ctv ua 1 tt CM Cathartics mr tM iih t mm.i t...tm Fzssp'srt as at is a Ihnfd toale that fumZim rfaevo natog for a omartar a cwrtary. U U Bfld. plaaaBttatfBsr and smsmI1ii of feettv. It i far yTmwl but ira a wSar Tm tMadfer etaOdrm. 'ThirCim lea is r-ru..wCI not havo to fare tbaaa ft vara re. Unt mt an. tr u, ur. 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