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L H. BALMER COMES
TO CHAUTAUQUA \ Bring« Kaffir Boys Choir From Africa for Closing Night. J. H. Balmer. noted English trsreler, «tplorer and authority on South Al ls coming to Chautauqua on the night with his band of singing Sir boys from the heart of Africa. This attraction has been perhaps the biggest success upon the Chautauqua e i O Cl mm -, T J. H. BALMER platform for many years. They ap pear In native cost umen and their program ia a song and story demon- . atration of life in the Dark Continent. ] The songs in English are mostly orig- : Inal and form a large part of the pro gram. They are presented with t>er- ; feet accent and enunciation, with j dearness and beauty of tone and with such light and shade as la only heard * In the great choira of the country. PATRIOTIC LECTURE ON OPENING NIGHT Capt. Wood Briggs of Texas National Guard Comes to Chautauqua. The government has recognised the Chautauqua platform aa one of the chief avenues of reaching the American people with needed Information during war times. Wood Briggs, well-known lecturer, Captain of the Texas Na <ù\ f A % • • « WOOD BRIGGS Uonal Guard, Is one of the several gov emment-aecredtted lecturers sent ont by Washington. Until his regiment is ordered abroad he is to devote hls re markable talent and eneagy in helping "mobilise the minds" of the people. Into his levure, "Playlag the Game." is woven ©Stirring patriotic appeal. Capt. Briggs has the ability to enthuse and stir hls audiences to action. Hie appearance on the first night of Chau tauqua in a patriotic lecture gonads the keynote of the week. If a mother hustles her children out of the room when another wo man call«, it' a saure sign that there la gossip In the air. fiuTgiCiOUS MCATT HfcLPS BUILD A MAWj, To BuV IT HE«, Should BE Voua plan . NO, MR* CANNOT live on bread alone _and he rfeeds the assistance of meats chosen for their whol gomnesäjfind life-giving qnali ties Tms naturally suggest.« that you do your meat-shop ping at this market. We pur vey the most palatable an«' thoroughly enioyable meat 1 that have ever fount! tlieir va' tn a hungry man's apprécia tion. ^..H. HOFF MEAT C0-1 Packed and Jammed with Pleased Customers Cash Convert er Sale MEVER Have we had a more succesfful sale. Never has this store entertained more pleased cus tomers. Because we have never before been able to offer such variety of selection at such re markably low prices. You can profitably spend hours in this store, because every minute of search will be rewarded by a decided saving upon needed merchandise. Early buyers« of course, get the greatest selection and chances at many short lots of exceptional worth. Come at once and save money. Just six days remain, and they will be days filled with rushing business. They are days that brins golden chances to you. Come! Below are only a few of the wonderful savings that are left: Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! BILK PIECE GOODS Kabo 50c Plain'Oolomi Canton Silk. 75e Fancy Poulard Poagnucttu. 75c Silk Mercerized Cr««j>e de Chine, Plain Colora.... *1.50 Japanese Silk Crepe de Chine in Plain Colon $2.50 All Silk Extra Heavy Imported 40-inch Crepe de Chine . . . . ......„„...J $1.50 Overshot Hhantongue Silk in Plain Colora . $2.00 Value 36*inch Metomline and Taffeta Silk, all Colon. $1.49 $2.50 Value 36 inch Extra Heavy Beat Grade Beldlng'a Satin Mescaline quid Taffeta in all Colon. „ . $2.50 Value Beat Grade Georgette Crepe. DRESS SKIRTS Skirts that Fit and Have the Style in Silk and Wool $4.00 Value, Very Uood Skirts at.. $5.00 Value, Large Assortment in Plain Colon at $0.50 Value all Wool Skirts at. $7.50 Value all Wool Poplin and Silk Skirt* at .. $9.00 Value idl Wool Poplin and Silk Skirte at.... $10.00 Value all Wool and Silk Skirts at. LADIES' WHITE WAISTS Wade in Fine Voile, Lawn, Bherrette Lace and Embroidery Trimmed, High and Low dollar. All New Styles $1.50 Value, Big Assortment ut.. $1.75 Value, Big Assortment at.. $2.00 Value, Big Assortment at. $2.50 Value, Big Assortment at. $3.00 Value, Big Assortment at. SILK WAISTS .49 MEN'S WORK SHOES .63 $2.48 $3.50 Extra Heavy Tan Work Shoes... $4.00 Tan or Black Work Shoes. $4.50 Oil Tanne«l Work Shoes. $5.00 Oil Tanned Bam Yard Shoes. $6.50 Oil Tanned Water and Barn Yard Shoes— $7.50 The Very Best Work Shoes Money Can Buy MEN'S HIGH TOP SHOES $6.50 Men 's 12-inch and 14-inch Shoes. $7.50 Men's 14 inch Barnyard Shoes. $0.00 Men's 16-inch Barnyard Shoes. $10.00 Men's 16-inch Paris Veal Shoes. $12.50 Men's 18-inch White Smoke Goodyear Welt, Cali fornia Tanned Elk at.-. SL83 $2.98 Corsets $3.48 $1.49 $3.98 .98 $4.98 $5.98 The only live model Corset made today at speh low prices $2J3 SL98 $4.98 $5.98 $6.98 $8.48 ..$2.98 $3.98 $9.98 .$4.98 $5.98 MEN'S DRESS HATS We are Showing the "New Trooper" and ''Fifth Ave" Shapes in a Large Range of Grays, Browns, Greens, Tans, Blacks and Staple Shapes. $1.50 Values, only a few to sell at..... $2.00 Values, New Goods, All Colors, at. $3.00 Values, All Styles and Colors at . $3.50 Values, All Styles and Colors at. $4.00 Values, All Styles and Colors at. $4.50 Values, All Styles and Colors at ... $0.00 Values, All Styles and Colors at. A Few Styles in John B. Stetson Staple Shapes at. .$6.48 .$718 n $1.49 ...... 18 $1.98 $113 $2.48 $1.49 \ ■ $2.98 $118 .$3.48 " ,.v' .J2J3 $3.98 .$2.98 $4.00 Crepe de Chine Waists. $4.50 Crepe «le Chine Waists $5.00 Crepe «le Chine Waists. $6.50 to $7.50 Silk Georgette Embroidered with Beads and Colored Embroidery, also Combinations in Light and Dark Colore«! Ge«>rg«*tte at a Special Prio©.... $2.98 One lot of Men's and Boy's Shoes, worth as high as $3.25, Cash Converter Sale, $1.95. / .„.13,48 Ù, $3,98 $ 1 . 23 -$ 2.98 Golden Rule Merc. Co MONTPELIER, IDAHO ...14.68 I Uncle Sam Points With Pride to Your Boys in the Service. Chautauqua Audiences to Hear Kaffir Be Great Attraction Coming on Closing Night Which Hu Appeared Before Over Two Million People \ > r m • » t • a honor Them at home With a.. I« LU '*1 I « Silk Service Flag $ We have them (or any branch of the Service. gp/,. Now on display at wm m Riter Bros. Drug Company . L ot « * tSrirTXig nialit ni Chautauqua. Native The Chautauqua tent will be packed to ft* outer edge« on rom South Africa, who have been, taught by Mr. Balmer to alng and entertalD, will he here lo present their famoos ■rogram. * The Kaffirs have sung before both houses of Parliament, aa well aa the royalty of England. They have been erhaps the greatest Chautauqua attraction In the United States of recent years. More than two million people lu treat Britain, the United States and Canada have been moat enthusiastic in expressing the plesmre and Inapt ration lined through learning and seeing what «tan bs achieved with tbs rough human material at the Dark Continent, -on't miss the Kaffirs ob the closing night 111 1 ... ■ .na II7.lt».»*> »««. an «M.ttl.M* ovy the NATIONAL HANK MMOL' (MTW Ot II. Ths total resource« ot the national anka of Iho cosstry. as shown by re-1 . pan» to the Comptroller of Um Cur- j •* Jmam *• •*»*» » ihopmuu of *1. pB-hfMifRKP— <?HATTT ATT Q nA DATES AUG. 31 TO 8IPT. 1 ruaor W4ar the enU of June It. were! *«*.T7M»» uvsr a yaw a«u.