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Botanic
Blood Balm
(I B. 1) Cures Through the Blood
eßlood Poison,
/Sb BONE PAINS,CAN-
CEB,SCALY SKIN,
PIMPLES,
Rheumatism, Eczema,
Itching Humors.
ECZEMA Is caused by Poisoned Blood
If you have watery blisters, open. Itch
ing sores or humors, with oozing matter
skin cracks and bleeds with scales—ther
take B. 8. B. (Botanic Blood Balm). II
kills the poison, cures the worst Eczema
makes the blood pure and rich and healt
the sores and stops the Itching forever
It is wonderful how- B. B. B. cools the
blood—how quickly the pimples and
lumps disappear while In their place B
B. B. gives a smooth, rosy skin alls
pure, rich blood.
RHEUMATISM OR FOUL CATARRH
with shoulder pains, hawking or spitting,
headache, earache, even old. stubborn
cases are quickly cured by Botanic
Blood Balm (B. B 8), because these
troubles come from blood poison.
CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON
For twenty-five years Botanic Blood
Balm (B. B. B.) has been curing yearly
thousands of sufferers from Primary.
Secondary or Tertiary Blood Polson. If
you have aches and pains in Bones.
Back, Joints, Mucus Patches in mouth.
Bore Throat, bolls. Copper-Coloted Spots,
t'lcera on any part of the body. Hair or
Eyebrows falling out. open humors, take
B. B. B It kills the poison, makes the
blood pure and rich, completely changing
the entire body into a clean, healthy
condition, healing every sore apd stop
ping all aches, pains and itching, in this
way ouring the worst case of Blood
Polson
BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B. B. B.
is pleasant and safe to take; composed
Of pure Botanic Ingredients. It purifies
and enriches the blood. B B B strength
ens the nerves and builds up the broken
down system. DRUGGISTS, 31 PER
targe bottle, with dire.iti.vn, for
home cure. For sale in San Antonio by
Bexar Drug Co.
SAMPLE SENT FREE by writing to
BLOOD BALM CO.. Atlanta, Ga. When
writing for sample give name of your
trouble. If you know, and name of your
druggist.
LOCAL PLUMBER OFFICER
OF STATE ORGANIZATION.
At Dallas yesterday A. H. Shafer of
San Antonio was chosen treasurer of
the Master Plumbers Association of
Texas. Houston wm chosen for the
1910 convention.
The full list of new officers follows:
President. Joseph Netzer of Laredo
President. Joseph Netzer of Laredo
(re-elected); vice president, P. J. Shee
han of Dallas; secretary, J. C. Netzer of
Laredo; treasurer. A. H. Shafer of San
Antonio; executive committee, P. J.
Sheehan of Dallas, chairman; J. E. Van
zandt and R. E. McDonald of Fort
Worth.
GIMBEL BROS. BUY A
LOCATION IN NEW YORK
Asnclstsd Press.
New York. April 29.—What is said
to be one of the most important realty
deals in recent years was completed
yesterday when the firm of Gimbel
Bros, of Philadelphia signed a lease
for the property on Broadway, between
Thirty-first and Thirty-second streets,
on which they will at once begin the
erection of the building for a depart
ment store.
The lease extends over a period of
105 years and the payments required
will reach something like $60,000,000 in
rentals alone, inclusive of taxes and
other expenses.
BUYING A LAWSUIT.
Did you know that placing your re
liance upon a warranty deed is simply
bidding for a lawsuit f
In California this fact is so well un
derstood that a warranty deed is looked
on with suspicion.
It is for this reason:
If the title is good it passes with the
deed, and that is all there is to it—
no need of a warranty. If bad, the
adding of a warranty does not make it
good.
A warranty is only a sort of bet—
a wager that you will have no trouble;
but if you do, and finally lose out. I’ll
pay your money back—if I am able.
Demand an abstract before you buy —
the owner pavs for it.
THE BEXAR ABSTRACT COMPANY
No. 209 West Commerce Street.
WANT CARNEGIE MEDAL
FOR BRAVE CHICAGO GIRL.
Associated Press.
Chicago. 111., April 29.—A petition is j
going about today, circulated by 2001
employee in a shirt factory for a Car
negie medal to reward Miss Margaret i
Lacey, a 17 year-old girl, who distin- 1
guished herself in saving William
.Street, who had been caught in machin ।
try while a group of fellow workmen
stood by stupefied. The gir] seized |
Street and dragged him from the shaft
where he was being crushed.
Mr. I’. G. Fritts, Oneonta. N. Y.,
writes: “My little erlrl was greatly!
benefited by taking Foley’s Orino
Laxative, and I think it is the best
remedy for constipation and liver
trouble.” Foley’a Orino Laxative Is
best for women and children, as it
1b mild, pleasant and effective, and Is'
a splendid spring medicine, as it
cleanses the system and clears the
complexion. Bexar Drug Co.
HOSPITAL ATTENDANTS
GET GAY AND ARE FIRED
Associated Proas.
Chicago. 111., April 29. —Twelve at
tendants have been dismissed during
the last six weeks from the hospital
for the insane at Elgin. Intoxication.
< Insubordination, striking the patients
and disorderly conduct are the charges.
TO REPRESENT TENNESSEE.
Associated Preaa.
Frankfort. Ky., April 29.—Governor
Malcolm Patterson of Tennessee has
appointed three prominent Tennesseeans
- to represent his state at the internation
al tax conference to be held in Louis
ville Sept. 21-24, They are Frank Dib
brell, Nashville; Jno. B. Thompson,
Paris, and T. S. Webb. Knoxville.
THURSDAY,
010 WHOLESALE
SMUGGLING JOB
That Is What Writer in “Outlook"
Says of American Sugar
Refining Co.
Associated Press.
New York, April 29.—“ The Ameri
can Sugar Refining company of New
York has been for at least the greater :
part of the last decade engaged in
smuggling sugar by the daily use of a
fraudulent device,’’ declared “Out
look’’ today, “and from 1901 to 1907
75,000,000 pounds of sugar was smug
gled on which the unpaid duties amount
to a million and a quarter.’’
Harold J. Howland, the author, de
scribes in the article a device used in
effecting the efficiency of the scales.
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* FRATERNAL NEWS ♦
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4> (By Stephen Gould) ♦ i
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MEETINGS TONIGHT.
Elk Lodge No. 35, Knights of Pythias.
Pythian hall.
Natchez Tribe No. 2. Improved Order
of Red Men. Red Men hall.
ILK PYTKUM3.
Tonight's regular weekly meeting of!
Elk Lodge No. 35. Knights of Pythias. |
will be of unusual importance and a i
large attendance of the members is ex
pected.
Master of Exchequer L. M. Michael ]
will shortly start on an extended tour j
of Europe, and at tonight’s meeting he I
will resign hfs responsible office In Elk I
Lodge No. 35. which he has so satfsfac-'
torlly filled for many years.
Vice Ex-Counceilor Wm. Webber has.
been appointed to a responsible railway
position, which will necessitate his ab-'
sence from this city. He will also re-।
sign his office In Elk Lodge No. 35.
Both of these resignations must be j
accepted and the vacancies filled forth- j
with.
EXEMPLIFICATION OF TEMPLE
WOM.
The exemplification of the degree I
work of the Pythian Sisters at Beet-I
hoven hall last night was one of the}
meet pleasing incidents of this annual ;
convention of the order.
The work was exemplified by the of- j
fleers and degree team of Ivawood'
Temple No. 53 of Palestine, who are j
as follows:
Past Chief Mrs. T. H. Motter
Most Excellent Chief. Mrs. L. O. Blbolet ]
Excellent Senior ...Mrs. Frank Brunson
Excellent Junior Mrs. Frank Lee
Manager of the Temple. Mrs. Bert Nichols
Mistress of Finance. Mrs. H. Slvenright
Mistress of Records and Correspon-
dence Mrs. William Dallls
Protector of the Temple
;.... Mrs. Sam Duncan
Guard of the Outer Temple .
Mrs. J. P. Angell'
Degree Staff.
Captain. Mrs. Bradt; musician. Mrs
I Harry Kltcher. Jr.; leaders. Misses
Ethel Redwine. Mabel Schnorr. Mallis
Martin, Jessie Watts. Lillie Bailey. Cora
Reese. Electra Brldgewates, Mesdames ।
Tom Smith. Frank Martin. Tom Gordon. ।
Clara Perkins, Ray Bohannan, Miss
■ Emily Naylor.
After the special session of the tem
ple had been opened In full form, about I
150 Brother Knights were Initiated, and
then a lady candidate who had come
from Palestine for this purpose was
duly Initiated In full form, with ail qf
the beautiful ceremonials of the order
The members of the degree staff all
wore white dresses and uniform of
white coats and jaunty white caps trim
med with the Pythian Sisters’ colors,
and the marching and various evolutions
were perfect and aroused the enthusiasm 1
of all present.
Every movement was made to music.
Not a command was given. The gavel .
was only used to signal the other mem- j
here when to stand and when to sit!
down. The piano, under the skillful
touch of the talented musician. Mrs. ■
Harry Kltcher. Jr., gave the only com- [
mand to the members of the team.
The officers were Une perfect. No
rituals were used, and the Impressive i
words of the ritual were distinctly and j
Intelligently spoken with admirable em-1
phasls. so that they were easily heard
In every portion of the large hall.
This elicited the oft’ repeated ap
plause of the delighted members of the'
order present from every section of
। the vast domain of Texas, and served
as an Inspiration for eloquent addresses
I by Vice President of the Pythian Wld
। ows’ and Orphans’ Home Directors. H
IC. Shropshire, and Past Grand Coun-
I csllor John T. Bonner.
EXEMPLIFICATION OF SECBET
WORK.
Tuesday night's session of the Grand '
| Temple of Pythian Sisters, at I
I Pythian hall, was devoted to the of
। flclal exemplification of the secret work ;
| of the order by the Grand officers.
Every qualified member of tjie Pyth
ian Sisters then In the city was pres- j
ent. and the marching formatlops were ■
admirably exemplified by the joint de-|
gree staff of Charlton Temple No. 1 and
' Friendship Temple No. 2.
• ——
MASONIC NOTICE.
▼ A called Communication of
A Anchor Lodge No. 424, A. F.
’ AxL & tonight
8:00 p - m - Work in t||e M
" degree. Visiting Bretheren
। I fraternally invited to attend.
MAX GOODMAN, W. M.
THRONG OF BUYERS CONTINUE.
The people of San Antonio and viein
| it? appreciate the great advantage the
Bexar Drug Co. obtained for them in
getting the Dr. Howard Co. to allow
regular 50c size of Dr. Howard's speei
fie. for the cure of constipation and
i dyspepsia, to he sold at half price. 25c,
and have bought huudreds of bottles.
Unlike ordinary medicines for consti
pation and dyspepsia, the dose of Dr.
Howard's specific is reduced after a
few days’ use, and the cure is soon
r complete and lasting.
i It is only recently, on the persistent
( advice of the Bexar Drug Co., that Dr.
. Howard’s specific has been sold for
. less than 50c. but they urged that it
. would be better to secure a'quick in
, troduction in San Antonio in this wav
and the result has proven their good
We Make
Good By
Delivering
the Goods
Every Suit that leaves us
will fulfill all the expec
tations of a suit at its
respective price or bring
it back and we will re
fund your money as
cheerfully as we take it.
Your absolute satisfac
tion is what we aim for.
As Low as $12.50
On Up to $40.00
Have a Spring Suit
try-on with us.
Frank Bros.
TWO STORES
Alamo Commerce
Plaza < Street
UNVEIL SAM DAVIS
MEMORIAL AT NASHVILLE.
Aasociated Freas.
Nashville. Tenn., April 29.—A statue
of Sam Davis, the noted Confederate
scout, who gave up his life rather than
reveal the source of information he had
gained inside the Federal lines, was un
veiled here today with interesting cere
monies. The memorial occupies a con
apicuous site on Capitol Hill and was
erected with au appropriation made by
the Tennessee legislature. It consists
of a bronze statue of Davis, of heroic
proportions, surmounting a granite
base. The statue was modelled by
George Julian Zolnay, the St. Louis
sculptor.
Davis was captured in the Federal
lines at Pulaski. Tenn., Nov. 22, 1863,
with papers giving the field positions
of the Federal troops. He was hanged
as a spy five days later by order of
General Dodge.
“Had I a thousand lives. I would
lose them all before 1 would betray my
friends,’’ were the words spokin by
Davis as he sat on the edge of his cof
fin, condemned to he executed, after
General Dodge had offered him his
“horse, side arms and an escort to the
Federal lines” if he would tell who
the traitor was from whom he obtained
the papers found on him when cap
tured.
CASTOR IA
for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the ■<"
Signature of
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NEBRASKA TO BE SCENE
OF NEXT RATE FIGHT.
Associated Press.
Kansas City, Mo.. April 29. —“As far
as we are concerned the two and a half
rent fare in Missouri is settled. The
fight in Nebraska is the next one we
will have.” said B. L. Winchell, presi
dent of the Rock Island railway sys
tem, here last night. Winehell is re
turning to Chicago after an inspection
trip.
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RECEPTION FOR WRIGHT
BROTHERS JUNE 17 AND 18.
Associated Preaa.
’ ttv • .aa t
SAN ANTONIO LIGHT AND GAZETTE
CHURCH BOARD
MEETS TODAY
Needs of M. E. Church South
to Be Subject of
Discussion.
Associated Press.
Memphis. Tenn., April 29.—The board ’
of church extension of the M. E. church ।
south met here today for a three
days’ session. The deliberations of ।
this body are entirely distinct from
those which have been held here for the .
past two days. Addresses will be deliv
ered by prominent churchmen and sub ‘
jects discussed relating to the need of
the chureh iu certain sections of the
south.
Rev. Simon Shaw of Colorado, Tex., |
and Rev. Andrew of Waco, Tox., are.
among the speakers. Prominent clergy- .
men present include Bishops Morrison. ।
Chandler, Keys. Hendrix and Ward.
The business sessions of the board to |
day were taken up with the reading of
a report on church extension by Secre
tary McMurray of Louisville.
TRAIN GUNS ON
SAN ANTONIO
Anti-Saloon League Will Make
Three Weeks Cam-
paign.
San Antonio will be made the target
i for the batteries of the Anti-Saloon
j League of Texas for a period of sev
] eral weeks, commencing about the mid
i die of May, G. W. Eichel
-1 berger of Fort Worth, district .superin
. teudent for the Anti-Saloon League,
who is a guest at the New Maverick
I hotel.
Rev. Eichelberger has just returned
I from an extended trip over his district.
“I have been spending most of iny
time,” said he, “in Gonzales,'Wilson
and Lavaca counties. In these wet coun
i ties I 'have found a decided desire that
I they should go dry and local option elec
j tions will be held this summer in these
i counties, as well as Bandera, Nueces,
] Bee, Kerr and Goliad.
“Here in San Antonio and Bexar
| county we expect to begin to storm the
' fort about the middle of May. I have
j engaged men to work among the Ger
, mans and Mexicans and will spend two
months here myself. ’ ’
Rev. Eichelberger leaves here tonight
I for Houston, where he will speak tomor
-1 row at a prohibition rally.
NEW BOOKS AT THE
CARNEGIE LIBRARY.
The following new books have been '
received at the Carnegie library:
Macinder, “The Rhine.” Hearne.
“Aerial Warfare.” Beattie, “Celery]
Culture.” and Deeley, “Lub
rication and Lubricants.’'’ Clegue.
“The Salon.” Maefie. “Romance of!
Medicine.” Tucker, “Life in Ancient
Athens.” Hichens, “Egypt and its j
Monuments.” Paine, “Captain Bill Me- {
Donald. Texas Ranger.” Kenedy, “The |
Winterfeast.” Spears. “Story of the
New England Whalers.” Richards.
“Cost of Cleanliness.” Baker, “New
Ideals in Healing.” Selous, “African!
Nature Notes and Reminiscences.” Tur
neaure. “Principles of Reinforced Con
crete Construction.” Sevey, “Bean Cui ।
tore.” Hutchiuson, “Long Distance
Electric Power Transmission.” Chit I
tenden, “Insects Injurious to Vegeta
bies.” Cattelle, “The Pearl. Its Story,
Its Charm and Its Value.” Daniels,
“Furnishing a Modest Home.” Mason.
“The Spell of Italy.” “Dumore, “Ship I
Subsidies.” Shelley, “Defence of Poe-j
sv.” Tarkington, “The Man from
Home.” Cravath, “Practical Illumina
tion.”
BEATEN AND ROBBED;
CONDITION IS SERIOUS
Associated Press.
New York. April 29. —John G. Hayes,
superintendent of the People’s Coal ।
company of Scranton, Pa., was attacked i
by two highwaymen in East Eighth f
street early this morning and so badly I
beaten while being robbed that his con- !
dition is serious. After being knocked 1
unconscious the highwaymen hnrled
him to the bottom of a basement area
wav. There he was found some time
later. The thieves obtained a $5OO dia-1
mond and $5O in cash.
CARTER HARRISON TO
RETURN TO CHICAGO.
Associated Press.
Chicago, 111., April 29.—Carter H. (
Harrison, who is now in Pasadena, Cal., :
declares he is coming back to Chicago
to stay.
“I have been urged persistently to <
get back Into active life.” he says, |
“and I have decided to do so.” The)
former mayor and his party have com- !
pletcd their packing and will start for I
this city next week, arriving May 12. ]
। Mr. Harrison will go to Mount Huron,
Mich., for a brief visit, and then re
turn here to plnnge into polities, the
objective of which is said to be the
mayoralty.
Reconstructs your whole body,
makes rich red blood. Drives out im
purities that have collected during the
winter. Hollister’s Rocky Mountain
Tea is a family tonic. 35 cents. Tea
or Tablets. I. & G. N. Drug Co.
How’s this? A saving of from $lO
to $35 cn your buggies at C. H. Dean’s
as be must have more room.
SELECTED AS SECRETARY
OF TRADES COUNCIL.
I —
C. W. Cohen was last night elected
to the position of permanent secretary
business agent of the Building
M 2 .-.-I—aAr-
Friday and Saturday
Are Always Bargain Days at Wolfson's
THESE weekly events are so firmly fixed in the minds of all who
appreciate good values that the merest announcement is sufficient
to bring out a crowd of eager buyers. Every article enumerated
below is new and fresh—every one is a bargain—Here are some of the
lines we are hustling out, not thinking of the cost.
Don't Miss These Two Bargains in Skirts
$2.00 Skirts Friday and Saturday ,
The very best value we have offered this season in women’s wash skirts. We pur-|
chased quite a supply of them —that is the reason they are selling —
at such reasonable prices. They are in blue, white and natural
color linette, cut in the eleven-gore model with tucked panels on ■ V
the front and side gores. Skirts that would readily sell for $2, ■ A Bl K
Friday and Saturday
$2.50 Skirts Friday and Saturday
Tomorrow morning and while they remain unsold we will offer a $2.50 white linen
skirt for $2.00. They are cut ia the newest nine-gore model
with a habit back, buttoned in front from waist to hem with
large pearl buttons. Around the bottom is a fold of the mater- K KMM M
ial piped with blue. The way we’ve priced them make an ex- _ MM MM
traordinary bargain M
For the Baby $1.25 Bags 89c 5c Wash Rags 3c
Baby Caps—White lawn Caps; plain Hand Bags of brown and black Rub-Dry Hemmed Wash Rags—l2x
trimmed with lace and em- OC- one ” ewe#t shapes. 12-inch size; the regular 5e
broidery. $1.50 down to ZOC They are made with three compart- ones tomorrow and next day... 1 C
ments—the center one for money,
Wash Hats—Of lawn, pique and has a gilt frame fastened by a Towel®—Hemmed red border 17x36-
straw, lace and embroidery sua P catek - The ones on either side inch Huck Towels, 10c values,
trimmed; high as $2.50 low are ' ar g e enough to hold the hand- tomorrow and Saturday Ok
kerchief, gloves and other little tri- <
Jumpers—Gingham, in stripes and e - A regular $1.25 bag for 890. Pillow Slips—A 10c hemmed muslin
checks of blue and white or OC- MS n li Pillow Case, 45x36 inches, tc G-
pink and white; also solid blue. MOire DeltS 25C morrow and Saturday f0r.... Ok
They are in many shades of blue, _ ..... >•
Aprons Kl&do of blue nod white or pink old rose, brown, white 1 , etc., Sheets A 60c linen-finish muslin
pink and white checked giug- r/j- with’prettily engraved’ gilt harness 60x90-inch Sheet for single f
hams; 2,4, 6 and 8 years.... Jl/C buckles. Special for tomorrow,2sc bed, tomorrow for 11l
30c China Mattings 21c Muslin Offerings
Another erreat Ma ttine week. St rone. Thg bride to be is in clover these davs. Choos
good-wearing white China Mattings. As an •„ „ „ , . ~ . ...
extra special for this week we will sell this lng a trol ™ ls most enjoyable part of the
regular 30c Matting for 21c a vard. preparation and to make selections from our beau-
26c Heavy Fancy China Matting 17c tiful dis P la y of lingerie is well calculated to prove
30c Heavy Fancy China Matting 21c one round of unalloyed enjoyment.
35c Heavy Fancy China Matting 260 Undermuslins—Gowns in high neck and slip-over styles.
, Skirts, Drawers, Corset Covers and Chemise, all effective-
rotters Linoleum ly trimmed with lace or with embroidery. A gar- QQ-
ment for only. 70k
The modern sanitarv floor covering. No _ . .
cracks to eolWt dust or scrub water disease Undermusl ins—Skirts of linen-finish muslin, the deep
craclts to collect oust or scrub water—disease f i ounce finished with embroidery or with lace; also Gowns
proof —dirt proof. A beautiful, desirable pat- Chemise, Drawers and Corset Covers, with vari- <• OC
tern for every color scheme. ous trimming, at the garment.l...7.' I»ZJ
65c Linoleum on You Floor, Square Yard... .62c Undennusllns—Skirts, Chemise, Corset Covers and Gowns
75c Linoleum on Your Floor, Square Yard... ,61c xvith V neck or in slip-over style. All made of fine mus
lin and trimmed with lace or with embroidery. 4 C/l
Room Size Rugs At the garment
They are in many handsome combinations Women's $2.50 Pumps $1.98
of coloring in Oriental. Mission and floral ef
fects. The prices are special on these lots. A Ankle strap Pumps of patent colt, with a
special exhibit of the different designs. pearl slide on the front and of brown kid with
$15.00 Brussels Rugs, Special at.... 511.25 a leather bow and pearl slide on the front; all
$20.00 Brussels Rugs. Special at.. ..$16.26 have hand-turned soles and Cuban heels; $2.50
$25.00 Axminster Rugs, Special at. .$21.50 , .
$30.00 Axminster Rugs. Special at. . $23.75 ' S UeS ° r $
Theo Ties—Women's patent colt Theo Ties, made over
Art Squares the newest pump lasts with hand turned soles 7
and Cuban heels
Granite Art Squares in Persian and floral Olorja PlunpB _ Women . 8 $3 . 50 Gloria PumpB of tan Russia
patterns. ne are cutting the price on these ca |f or o f golden brown vici kid. Goodyear welt O QT
two lots to close out too heavy stocks—a gain soles, plain toes and Cuban heels. Special at.... Z.7J
for you. Misses' Pumps —Golden brown ankle strap Pumps, with
$4.75 Art Squares, 9xlo>/ 2 feet $3.89 hand turned soles, plain toes and Cuban heels. 4
$6.50 Art Squares, 9x12 feet $4.39 *2.00 values at 1
A Few of the Wash Goods Bargains
Apron Checks—Nowhere can you Ginghams—Surprising value; 7c Percales—A splendid 10c value,
find their equal for less than A- Ginghams for women's and C- Grounds of red. blue, gray and O
-6c yard; fast washable colors... <C children’s dresses, etc light colors. Special Ok
Shirtings—American Shirting Prints Batistes—An assortment of patterns Organdies—Shown in an immense
in neat patterns. Instead of 7c that makes choosing easy. C _ assortment of patterns. These O-
a yard, priced tomorrow at JC Splendid 8c values at yard Jk 10c organdies for, yard Ok
Lawns —Dozens of ‘new patterns in Domestic —Full yard-wide bleached Suiting—l2>»4c solid-color linen-fin
our regular 6c colored Lawns A - Muslin that is worth 10c on 7 / . i®h shrunk Suiting for tomor- 4A-
for Friday and Saturday at.... IV bargain counter for I C row’s selling at, yard IUC
White Madras and Swiss That Sells Every Day for 15c
Mercerized white Madras, 27 inches wide, dotted and figured, and white dotted Swisses, 25
inches wide, at less than one-half of their former selling price. Come and prove by actual see
ing that these sheer white fabrics are just what we claim for them—that they are the
kinds that sell for 15c every day. It is but rarely that a great bargain like this is of
fered and shrewd buyers will not neglect this opportunity of buying these at this K
time. If you are in need of these goods come early for first choice. Remember the 9
price is only *
15c White Striped Lawn, 27 inchss wide, 11c 20c While Checked Lawn, 27 inches wide,
17c White Bishop Lawn, ‘iO inches wide, 14c 25c White India Lawn, 32 inches wide, 17c
12c White India Lawn, 30 inches wide, in two weights, 9c
12 1-2 c White Persian Lawn, 30 inches wide, 10c 15c Checked Pajama Cloth, 36 inches wide, 12 1-2 c
15c White Persian Lawn, 30 inches wide, 12c 20c White English Rep, 30 inches wide, 15c
$1.25 Longcloth, 36 inch, Bolt $l.lO $1.50 Longcloth, 36 inch, Bolt $1.35
$1.75 Longcloth, 36 inch, Bolt $1.65
Week End Sale of Embroidery and Lace
10c Laces for 5c 10c Embroidery 6c
Match sets of Plat Vai Edges and Inser- Lawn, Hamburg and Swiss Edges and Inser
tions from to inches wide. New and tions from to 4 inches wide. Worth from 8c
pretty designs. Special at 5c a yard. to 10c a yard. Special at 6c.
12 1-2 c Laces for 8c 25c Embroidery 15c
German and French Vai match sets of Lawn. Swiss and Hamburg Embroidr
Edges and Insertions, from V 2 to 1V 2 inct - n >ns > '
wide. The kind that sells for a
80c for twelve yards or at 8c a yard. /
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APRIL 29, 1909.

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