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THE IlICimOND PALLADIUM ABTD SUN-TELEGRAM, WEDNESDAY, "MAT 25, 1910.
PAGE FIVE SOCIETY . 1 ' r'yk y' " ll 1 p Sale Begins Hm SSiilffiSMi ib-SS THURSDAY niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiffliiiPMnnni CZSwa 'ACTe lr iFM MAY 26 9M flflfflS- May Mo this immense stock is important, and moving such enormous stocks as this is no child's task. acter. Workmen are clamoring for room, and to meet their demands, methods of unusual selling prices have been placed on our entire stock, and your purchrses during this sale will this sale to fill all present and as many future needs as possible, and save. 1MB EDiry (Gwalls nPepaipflmnieiiiifl Ssi prints inoigo diuc, grays, Ight blue, blacks and shirting jregular 7c, at sc aw spring styles In cotton ehal- los at 5C ron ginghams, all , the staple . becks, regular 7c grade at... 5c st quality Amoskeag and Lan- aster apron ginghams, regular He grade at 7C ersucker dress ginghams, regu- ar 12Hc quality, at . ....S l-3c pieces India linon, worth 7c a pieces India linon, worth 10c H 7e rdseye bleached crash at 4c in. unbleached linon crash at 5c bched and unbleached crash at 9c 19x38 bleached huck towel, worth 20c at 15c, 2 for 25c Soft finished bleach muslin, regu lar 10c grade at 714c Unbleached muslin, regular 64c grade at .' . 5c C6 in. best quality percales, light and dark colors, worth 15c, your choice at 10c 36 in. percales, regular 12c grade at 8 1-3c C8 in. bleached mercerized da mask at 22c 68 in. bleached mercerized da mask, worth 75c at ..." 42c 72 in. regular $1.25 silver bleach ed damask at 89c 40 in. linen suiting worth 20c at 11c Galatia cloth, worth 20c, new patterns at 15c Best quality Goeblin Silkolines, worth 15c at ; 10c White goods sold at 15 and 20c at 9c Fine sheer white goods, worth 25c at ; 15c Silk organdy, sold at 25c, plain colors at 1214c Galadona cloth suiting, worth 12 VtC at 7c Lawn, new colors, light and dark worth 12c and 15c at 8 1-3c Gray plaid suitings, 40 in. wide.. 8 1-3c Gray plaid suitings worth 25c at 15c Fine gray novelty suitings, worth 50c at .. ... 38c One lot fancy suitings at 19c 36 in. black taffeta silk, worth $1.00 at 79c 36 in. Nacerema silk, all colors at 38c Raga Rough silk at 38a Swiss embroidery Inserting, worth $1.00 at 50c Ladies' muslin drawers at 22c Ladies' muslin drawers, trimmed at 42e Ladies' muslin gowns at 48c Ladies' muslin gowns at 69c Ladies' muslin gowns at 89c Corset covers at 9c Corset covers, lace trimmed at. . 19c Corset covers, lace and embroid ery trimmed 42c Muslin underskirts at 42c Muslin underskirts worth $1.25 at 89c Muslin underskirts, lace and em broidery trimmed at $1.39 Ladies' lawn shirt waists worth $1.25 at 69c Ladies' lawn shirt waists worth $1.50 at 89c Ladies gingham petticoats at... 48c Ladies' gingham petticoats worth 50c at 29c Ladies' blue dress skirts worth $1.25 at 98s Ladies' wash skirts at .-. 69c Children's white aprons at, 11c One lot American Beauty corsets ; to close at .,.......:. ...... 75c One lot 50c corsets, to close at. 29c 100 yards spool silk at 4c Ladies' long silk gloves, sold at $1.50. in tan, black and white at 75c Brass sash rods at 5c Ladies' hand bags, sold at $1 at. . 50c Ladies 50c belts at . 25c Ladies' fancy combs, sold at 25c at 10c Ladies' fast black umbrellas, as sorted handles at 98c Ladies' bleached , vest, all sizes at 5c Ladies' bleached vest at 10c Ladies union suits, all sizes at. . 25c Ladies knee length pants, lace trimmed at 25c Ladies' knit corset covers, all sizes 15c Misses lace striped hose, sold at 25c at J Ladies' white hosiery, sold at 15c . at 90 Ladies' white lace striped hose, sold at 25c at 15c Ladies' black hosiery special... 5c Ladies' tan hose, all sizes at.... 9c Men's fancy hosiery at 7c Men's mixed half hose at 6c Shaw knit half hose at 19c 1 1 . mom JEM 3d 3M ffiB HI a JEM Z2M EBCJ Stoves, Refrigerators, Etc REFRIGERATORS. ,00 refrigerator, 100 lb. U capacity at SIR fill .00 refrigerator 75 lb. Ice apaclty at ft I 9 AA 00 refrigerator, 50 lb. let jpaelty at o ft" AA 00 refrigerator, 40 lb. ice Wity at S 7.48 Jew Perfection Oil Stove. 9. 3 burner atove l----$7.48 k 2 burner atove at jyg roit Vapor Gasoline Stove Self Generating. W 9 burntr itaun m m 1 a m f- ial-MO 50, z ourn-r stove " Q.35 iothing better made. Junior Gasoline Stoves. $3.19 $2.19 Irner, $3.50 stoves at . , rnar, $2.50 stoves at . . . Wash Machines. I Open American Washer $1.98 S3. 1 5 Popular Washer at-"$5,.JQ Bote Washer at r 7 $5.98 . ., Uneeda Washer at..., S 1M4 Washer at Gas, Gasoline and Oil Ovens. $2.75 Boat, asbestos lined, glass front ven .t ........ . .........S243 $2.00 Bosa oven at I va w 1 1 $1.75 Banner oven at f m n $1.50 Uneeda oven at OQ $1.25 Prize even at I 19 W Shoe Department Men's Vici Kid shoes, worth $1.50 at ....$1.39 Men's Vici Kid shoes, worth $2.50 at $1.98 Men's Gun Metal shoes, worth $2.50 at $1.98 Men's Gun Metal shoes, worth $3.00 at $2.48 Men s Pat, Leather Blucher cut at $1.98 Men's Pat. leather button, worth. $3.00 at $2.48 Mens Pat. leather Oxford, worth 12.50 at $1.98 Men's Gun Metal Oxford at $1.98 Men's Ox Blood Oxford, worth 13.00 at $2.48 Men s work shoes, commonsense I- st $1.89 Men's tan work shoes at ......$1.93 Men's oil grain shoes at $1.59 Men's Moulder shoes, fire proof at $1.98 Ladies Dongola Blucher cut, worth $1.25 at 98c Ladies Dongola Blucher, worth II- 93 at ......$1.39 Ladies' Dongola button, worth . $1.98 at $i.6S Ladies Pat. leather Blucher, worth $2.50 at .$1.9S Ladies Pat. leather button, worth $2.50 at $1.98 Ladies' Gun Metal, worth $2.50 at - $1.98 Ladies Pat. leather Pumps. worth $1.50 ...$1.39 Ladies' Pat. leather Pumps. worth $2.25 at $1.98 Ladies' Gun Metal Pumps, worth 12.25 at ....$1.98 Ladies Julet Kid. plain or tip at. 9Sc Ladies' Julet Kid, worth $1.75 at. $1.48 Ladies' Pat. Oxford, worth $2.50 at $1.98 Ladies' Pat. Oxford button, worth $2.50 at $1.98 Ladies Kid Oxford, worth $1.25 at 98c Ladies' Kid Oxfords, worth $1.50 at $1.39 Ladies'-Kid Oxfords, worth $2.50 at $1.79 Ladies Tan Oxfords at a big discount. Children's Tan Oxfords at a big dis count Children shoes 5 to 8 at 69c Children shoes to 11 at 98c Misses Dongola Blucher 11 4 to 2 98c Misses Dongola Buttoa 11. to 2 98s Boys' Satan Calf shoes 98s Boys Vici shoes at .... ....$1.19 Boys Box Calf and Vici at $1.98 31 a mo IIS SMU pi 1 m mz rr mi - ir-i r st- vt-s si a pre zrv 1 . n V -v mi mm in mmmtm nnnnnmninnnni MR. LACEY APPEARS. J Festival. Mr. McCabe will come Frt- The Dayton Journal of Tuesday Taaa(day. They will return to Chicago Sat he following to say concerning Mr. rday. While here they will hm enter- cainea oy air. and Mrs. John B. Dou gan of North TenUi street. J j ji GUESTS IN THE CITY. A number of euests are In th it- having come to attend, the May Festi val concerts. jl jl jl WILL ENTERTAIN. A bridge party will be siven Wed nesday morning by Mrs. Walter Dal- bey at her home on South Twelfth. Leroy Lacey, a noted baritone of this eity: The W. C A. auditorium was crowd- ?d to capacity on Monday evening sy Dayton music lovers and society oik. who attended the recital given by -ror. j. iouis snenk, when he pre dated several of his very talented pu tils in an exceptionally interesting rogram. including Mr. Leroy Lacey of Uchmond. Ind.. and Miss Zella Mav ickhoff. who were assisted by Miss " 1 aooiairu u j Alios I " - v v uni a w, "ophia Ja&kulek, who made her first J street in hnor of visiting; guests. ppearance in concert on this occasion. Mr. Lacey opened the program and j-om the very first the audience was n complete sympathy with him, and acn number served to further reveal ns aDintlea. He , Is the possessor f a beautiful baritone voice, and fang easily and naturally. He vgain and again recalled, and singing of "Mavourneen," by .tuthven Lang, was especially :oyed. the demonstration following it amounting to a vertable ovation After a number of recalls he respond ed with Schumann's "The Two Grena diers." Mr. Lacey made a decidedly favor aoie impression throughout the pro gram, and he will alwaye receive was his M. en- J J Jl CARD PARTY POSTPONED. There will be no card nartv this week at the Country club house. Tha dance which was tohav been -rivea Saturday evening has also been post poned one week. Jl Jl jl FEEZER-DUNNING. The wedding of Mr. H. Edwin Fmz. er and Miss Edna Wilhelmin Dunn- ing will be celebrated this evenina- at six o'clock. HAVE COMPLETED WORK. Miss Ethel A.. Thomas, and - Mlaa Edith Bowman.- instructors in th Cambridge City schools, have comnlet. ed their work and will spend, the 8un n warm welcome upon his subseauent I mr ,tt tnls ty, appearance on Dayton nromma. I J J Jl Miss Eickhoff. whose beautiful eon- ENTERTAINED YESTERDAY, tralto voirp- nlAasAil nil Kr tho 4o1l. I Ona of thm mnst krail . fr l . - . "v- uciigui . wim. hiou ful manner in which she sang, and her I for yesterday , waa the whist party imuiuers ere a most enjoyable Dartl"" uaay aiiernooa ny Mrs. o. F. 01 ine program. in ara ana Mrs. Luther Webster at Both of these young student-artists I tbir home on South Sixteenth street. i 1 I , . . . I TK-Vta . . . ... oui yi iu evpu uieir closest irienas Dyi jiya hi. several laoiea their splendid work, and certainly re flected great credit upon Mr. Shenk- who perceived their unusual abilities shortly after taking them in charge Miss Jaskulek acquitted herself in her part of the evening's musical feast most creditably indeed, while the ac- Favors were presented to Mrs. Alonao Smyser, Mrs. Harry GUck and Mm. Albert Rinehart. After the game an elegant luncheon in several courses was served. Those bidden to partici pate in the affair were Miaa Florence Rhoades, Mrs. John Evans, Mrs. C. W. " - J vv, nunc K I wm wco, WIV, t . companiments played by Miss Marv Merrill. Mrs. Harry Dalbey. Mra. C S. Naber throughout the eveninsr formd Deautirul backgrounds to the songs themselves. The work of the chorus, composed of a number of Mr. Shenk's mi nil was also most enjoyable, and Fan ing's "Moonlight" was admirably ren dered. Prof. Shenk's lecture on voice Dro- duction and singing was an important integral part of theprogram, and was Neal. Mrs. Walter Dalbev. Mrs Walter Ratliff, Mrs. Orville Ashlncer. Mn. Mary Wineberg, Mrs. WUl WalUng. Mrs. George R. Martin. Mrs. Charles Flook. Mrs. W. N. Johnson. Miss Anna. Horn. Mrs. W. Teegardeu. Mrs. Albert F. Rost. Miss Lillian Yost. Mrs. A. W. Rees and Mrs. Will Porter. J- Jt Jt , . CELEBRATED ANNIVERSARY. Mr. and Mrs. Will Brahman .!. much rn invert hv all non m i brated thir fffth viaitl an.i... J lOIll.. TJl I . ' " MIUIICIHtf Shenfc has always emphaaiaed the im- Sunday. May 22 at a six o'clock din portance of the study of phonetics. ner Those present were Mr. and Mrs. anrt tho Moot .Acta t r a M,M.AfnlH V. Ci JntlAR flflH nfilMrnn T kn uotv va ,kiu CUUUViaUUU I ' -...c i, UBUIM, U of his pupils adds much to the pleas- nd Wilhelmina. Mr. and Mrs. Fred- uie nicy give insingmg. He proved 1 air. ana Mrs. t . j. himself to be thoroughly conversant Wernstedt and children, Amelia and with his subject, and the various pro- Le8He, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Milligan cesses of voice culture were explained and cn,ld Elaine. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin. J ones and children. Hester and Elea nor, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Brahman and child Earl, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Broh- man, Mr. John Schuttie and children in a most interesting way by him. i ror. snenk: bas had a most suc cessful season since his return last year from a season of study abroad J - - -' " v. vy. dvuu auIUWl ' " UUU VU1IUIV4 with Alovanilai UAlnAmnn A.kM.IIjawrpnna Alfn onH XV r ... tt a ..amuu4 iiucuiau auu uiucr I f . . . u u maiic, Mia, xiuti- eminent European masters, and has a 8011 and cnJid Evangeline, Mrs. Stout , . . . . . . . . I J .VIU n. . . . . large ana constantly growing class or I-"" r-rnesi, Mrs. Miner. Mr. and . 1 I U Dnln r J . . The entertainment so well given by his pupils on Monday evening was thoroughly enjoyed by the large au dience present, congratulations being showered upon both teacher and pu pils at its conclusion. Jl Jl jl NATIONAL EMBLEM. The mountain laurel has been sug gested as the national emblem of Mrs. Runion. Mr. and Mrs. Guver. Mm Lamb and children Paul. Maud and Elizabeth and Mr. and Mrs. Wilt Broh- man. ... . J J IS HOME. MiSS Ruth PeltZ. a student nf ninale in Cincinnati, is home to spend the vacation with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Peltz. Jt Jl HAVE RETURNED. Mr. Charles Clawson and Mr. W. A. America and many newaoanera .1 1 A . 1 I . . luruuguoui iae country nave taaen up ( . . a. me matter ana are agitating us aaop- " ' uu una tion. France has its lily, which enters ? xn,b,tln' Pictures at the Muncie ex- . I hlbit hava rotlimad hnm Tk. into its architecture, town seals. jewelry, and all conceivable aspects of the nation s life. England has the rose Ireland the shamrock, Scotland the thistle and one might select every country in the world and find some symbol selected as distinctly part of its history. Sentiment surrounds such an emblem and it offers wide oppor- hlbit have returned home. They sold all of their pictures. jf jf j IS HERE FOR FESTIVAL. Mrs. James Morriason of Chicaro. la In the city the guest of relatives, hav ing come to attend the May FestivaL Jt vjt Jl PARTY AT FESTIVAL. tunity for artistic development in song I A Party at th Featival concert and story. The laurel comes to us with !?at ?nln w" composed of Mr. flAl. worthy traditions. The ancient heroes '.am a"ey Foulke. Professor and .... I Mm f V rti& ( - tjh were crowned witn laurel, tne brows ' rniwuij or poets ana painters were wreatned with its garlands. In selecting it for our national flower it is particularly appropriate since it grows in every state in. the union, and in its most beautiful form in the thirteen original states. Its blossoms, red and white, are the colors in our flaa. and when the little seed spheres open, they dis vlose a five-pointed star. There is no limit to its use in art. The vines and leaves form graceful lines, and the blossom forms the basis of a beautiful decoration for wall paper, 'mouldings and cornices while nothing more noble could be conceived in the way of capitol for a massive pillar than one of the flowers from the lovely moun tain laurel. It seems rather strange tnat America has never adopted an emblem, but now that the attention of the trablic is turned to the Question the result wil be the selection of the laurel or eome other equally beautiful symbol. J . Jt ' ATTENDED DANCE. Among the local persons attending the Cambridge City commencement dance last evening were Miss Louise Malsby, Miss Helen Jameson, Miss Pearl Haner, Miss Ethel Thomas, Mi3 Edith Bowman, Miss Mable Hase- meier, Misses Mable and Mildred Kuhn and Miss Ruth MarlatL f jj j j ' GAVE DINNER PARTY. The New Castle Times prints the following of local interest: Rev. T. M. Guild, presiding elder of the Richmond district, gave a din ner today to the ministers who are here attending the district meetinr. It was surely a sumptuous affair and was served by the ladies of the For eign Missionary society. Jl Jt TO ATTEND BANQUET. Mr. and Mrs. Guy McCabe of Chi cago will attend the Tourist club ban quet to be held Friday evening at the home of Miss Florence Lodwick on North Tenth street. Mrs. McCabe came this morning In order to attend the remaining concerts of the Mar of Owentown. Ky., Miss Gwendolyn Foulke, Miss Carolyn Foulke and Mrs James Morriason of Chicago. jt ja jl HAS RETURNED. Mr. E. G. McMahan. has returned from Monterey, Ohio, having been call ed there by the serious Illness of hia rather. (Continued on Page Seven.) ' Children EspScIoIly LKxe The sweet, "toastie" flavour of Fostt TDauSttfl2 Crisp, fluffy bits of per fectly ripe, white corn cooked, rolled and then toasted to an appetizing brown. Served with cream and sometimes fruit, this dainty food pleases the whole family. Give the home-folks a treat. Packages lie aa lSe Battle Creek, Mlcb, 11 1 , . .... - ., .. ..... ..... m