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ALLOTMENTS FOR
IK COUNTIES NOT
VET DETERMINED
Announcement Will Be
Made Within Few Days—
Good Reports From Lib
erty Loan Campaigners.
County allotments for the second
liberty loan will not be available for
a short time. State Chairman D. W.
Davis and H. S. Boone, representative
of the San Francisco federal reserve
bank, are now working ot the matter.
Just as soon as they arrive at defin
ite conclusions the figures will be
made public.
The allotments will be so arranged
that between $9.000.000 and $10,000,
000 will be subscribed. It Is expected
that Ada county wrill be asked to buy
fronds amounting to approximately
$900,000.
Chairman Davis and H. S. Boone
held a rousing meeting in Malad Mon
day night. Today they have been
meeting with the business inen of
Weston. Franklin and Preston. They
reported enthusiastic meetings at all
places visited and expressed confi
dence that. Idaho would do all that
was expected of it.
ENCU RAGING REPORTS.
Decidedly encouraging reports are
coming to t.he state headquarters from
all of the county chairmen. Organiza
tions for the big drive next week are
being perfected and it is practically
assured that a solicitor will call at
every home In Idaho.
In the rural districts solicitors have
been provided with automobiles, so
that the bonds can be taken to the !
farmers, if the farmers do not home j
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after them. Cattlemen and sheepmen
will be rounded up. "Idaho Is asked
for a large sum of money." said Mon
tie B. Qwynn, "arid no one can be over
looked. Every parson in the state who
is able to buy a bond must come |
across. We a».. 1 getting facts and
figures which \.*111 enable us to tell |
reasonably v ! îiow much money each
man in tb. rstate can pjt into bocids
and the s< iiflors are going to be in
structed io zeorlve applications in
sueh air. .lints. It is not a question of
what a .nan cl ants to do. This is a
case ; must and the man who refuses
to » îy in proportion to his means the
f time will be solicited again and
AMUSEMENTS
"WHO'S YOUR NEIGHBOR?"
At the Pinney theater Saturday aft
ernoon. for an engagement otf four
flays, there will be revealed the super
tensational film-dtama. "Who'» Your
Neighbor?" which has been establish
ing new records for attendance wher
ever It has been presented.
In Salt Lake It played for s week
recently to a succession of crowded
houses, and so great was Its success
that it will return there immediately
following its showing here, for another
week.
It has been declared by women who
have given deep thought and tireless
energy toward the abolition of the so
■ D ° n t pass up this unusual =
I Portra it Opportunity 1
— — Y o u will =
§= never, perhaps.
== have an oppor
=5 tunity to g'"t
B vonr pictures
3 enlarged for
== su eh low prices
== as a r e n o w
=5 available at the
B Golden Rule.
B —If you wait till
some "agent '
— conies along, you
~ will have to pay
555 a great deal more
B for work tint
won't compare
EE with tins.
SEE — , i on are not
ES obligated to buy
555 a frame, neither
~S do you have to buy merchandise of any kind.
I A life-size convex 1 Q _
I bust portrait for.... -I uL
§= —No little surprise has been evidenced by those who
E5E have had an opportunity of seeing the splendid work our
B company is turning out for 19c. You have, no doubt,
B paid as much as $2 for no better enlargements.
H —Those who prefer India Ink, Pastel or Sepia finish
r= can secure same at small extra cost.
—It is advisable to bring in your pictures for enlarge
ment as soon as possible—this offer may be withdrawn
at any time.
5= —Xo orders accepted by mail or from children.
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pected to continue in Boise and Its vi
! cinity tonight «and Wednesday,
j Boston. 44; Calgary, 36; Chicago. 3»;
J called social »vH to be the greatest
! document of enlightenment so far dis*
closed.
As its tille suggests, the drama is
an exposition of conditions existing In
practically every large community In
America, and while the lesson is ob
vious. there has been uo attempt on
the part of the author or director to
draw any definite conclusion. That is
left to the viewpoint of the observer.
During the engagement of "Who's
Your Neighbor?" In Denver, where
hundreds were turned away at every
showing and it was found expedient j
I to begin the performance in the morn- ;
j ing to accommodate the crowds, the j
drama was viewed by the most prom- I
inent people of that city who have
been engaged in attempting to remedy
conditions said to exist there. The
play was declared to have given a bet
ter insight into the state of affairs as
they had found them to be than any
written report might possibly convey.
The theme of the drama Is the world
old question of the segregation of
women of scarlet. And In the light of
the experience of many municipalities,
and the agitation that has been in- 1
creasing since the establishment near!
many of the large cities of the great j
cantonments. It is perhaps the time- ,
liest play of the year.
During the engagement at the Pin
ney showings will be given at 2:30;
o'clock each afternoon and at 7:30 and
9 o'clock at night.
WEATHER CONDITIONS
OVER THE COUNTRY :
Three shallow depressions are ap- i;
parent this morning, one central in j;
Minnesota, one in Arizona, and one ini;
Florida. Elsewhere the pressure Is ■
high. Precipitation has occurred ini!
Manitoba, Minnesota, Tqxas, Louisiana :
and the middle Atlantic states. The :
temperature Is much lower in Sas-;:
katchowan and northern Montana and 1 ;
over most of the eastern and southern ;
states, and is much higher in the 1 ;
northern plains region and upper Mis- j Z
sisslppl valley. Fair weather is ex- !:
| Francisco
44
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Denver. 46; Dos Moines. 42; Helena, j ;
42; Kansas City, 42; Los Angeles, 56; j;
St. Paul, 36; New Orleans, 52; New ;
York, 44; Pocatello, 42; Portland, 52: ' *
St. Louis, S8; Salt Lake City, 60; San j ;
Seattle, 48; Washington.!;
THE WHOLE NEIGHBORHOOD
KNOWS.
Mrs. Anna Pelzer, 2626 Jefferson St..
So. Omaha. Neb., writes: "1 can rec
ommend Foley's Honey and Tar as a
sure cure for coughs and colds. It
cured my daughter of a bad cold. My
neighbor, Mrs. Benson, cured herself
and her whole family' with Foley's
Honey and Tar, and everyone In our
i hborhood speaks highly of It." This
reliable family remedy' masters croup.
It clears the air passages and' eases
the gasping, strangling fight for
breath.—-Whitehead Drug Store.
Adv. T. Th. S.
The Stephens orchards will endeavor
to handle at least two carloads of ap
ples dally. A capnble Udder could find
employment at large wages.—Adv. 014
conwThIssF
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P URCHASING BEDDING is. an investment.
Every woman who keeps herself informed,
knows how tremendously prices have advanced
on cotton and wool and in the opinion of Amer
ica's best informed men, prices will rise still higher
before and immediately after the war is ended. The
purchase of future supplies of bedding as well as all
other items featured during "Home Outfitting Week"
is an investment that will represent substantial divi
dends in money saved.
Good Cotton "Nashua" Wool-nap
Blankets, $1.48 Blankets, $2.98
—This is a mighty low price
for good blankets this sea
son. but we can sell you a
very satisfactory one at this
price. Made of soft, strong
cotton with nap that washes
well; gray or tan colors with
pretty fancy borders; sl7.es
6<ix80-lnch and 64x76-lnch.
—Tf your price is $1.48. vou'll
grab one of these tn a Jiffy.
—Vou know what "Nashua"
Cotton Blankets are—how soft
and fluffy the nap and how
firmly they are woven. The se
cret of their warmth lies in the
special price employed which
makes the thousands of little air
spaces in criss-cross nap finish.
They're durable, non-shrinking
and moth-proof. Sire 64x76
Inch in gray and tan.
» *• • ■«V.s* *«» A, I 11.' HUU Idll.
BRIEF DESCRIPTIONS OF OTHER GOOD BLANKET VALUES
pa
$6.98
—NO. B110. A PAIR, $1.79—Soft
White Cotton Blanket, size 60x76
Inch; made of good quality
white cotton
price ......
— NO. B111, A PAIR. $2.48—Nice
Wh'tte Wool Nap Blanket, size
72x80-lneh; a pippin A Q
for only ................^£,46
— NO. B112, A PAIR. $2.48—Fine
Large Plaid Cotton Blanket, with
thick, warm nap that stands th
washing well; size 64x80
inch; price, each....
—NO. B113, A PAIR, $4.48—Part
Wool Plaid Blanket. In §lze 66x80
inch; one that has plenty of
warmth and wear; fine home
blanket at a low price for such
good quality;
price .......
—NO. B125, A PAIR, $11.98—
$1.79
$2.48
$4.48
'Aster" Extra Fine Heavy Weight
All Wool Blanket, in pure white;
size 72x84-Inch; a blanket for
warmth and service; pretty col
ored border; one of the finest and
most satisfactory blankets
carry; per
pair ...............
—NO. B118, A PAIR. $4.98—
Golden Rule Special Heavy Part
Wool Blanket; gray with pink ami
blue colored border; size 66x80
inch; has a good thick nap that
gives the warmth and
stands the wear; price,
—NO. B120, A PAIR,, $5.95—
"Sarnia" Fine Grade Wool Blank
et, in very attractive plaid pattern
size 70x80-inch; a good
dependable blanket
—NO. B121, A PAIR, $6.98—
"Belmont" Wool Blanket, tn plain
$11.98
$4.98
$5.95
white or colored plaid patterns;
size 66x80-ln'>h;
price ..........
— NO. B122, A PAIR, $6.48—
"Aster" Fall Wool Blanket. In the
prettiest of plaid patterns; a
splendid wearing blanket that
gives lots of warmth; size 66x80
Inoh; a big value Qf. Jf Q
at .....'................ «pÜ.TU
—NO. B123, A ' PAIR. $5.00—"No
ble" Fine Wool Blanket, in white,
gray with colored border and at
tractive plaids; soft, warm and
fleecy; size 60x80-inch;
price, a pair...........
—NO. B124, A PAIR, $6.48—"Lo
gan" All Wool Blanket, in white,
gray with pink and blue border;
size 70x80-lnch; you'll get a big
money's worth If you
buy this one at.
SEVEN CORKING GOOD VALUES IN COMFORTERS
$5.00
$6.48
—HEAVY CAMP QUILT, $1.79
—Size 56x72-lnch ; made of. black,
shoddy cotton and covered with
flowered silkollne in dark pat
terns on one side and plain cheest
cloth on the others a good quilt
for rough usage and
good value at only..
—HEAVIER WEIGHT CAMP
QUILTS, $1.98—Good large slza
quilt that gives lots of Q4 QQ
wear; a pair............^ l.wO
—FINE BED QUILTS FOR
$1.79
HOME USE, $2.48—Size 72x84
lnch, with nice quality silkollne
covering In attractive patterns
and filled with good, soft while
cotton; one that will
please at ...........
—MEDIUM HEAVY COMFORT
ERS, $2.69—A dandy low-priced
comforter for home use; filled
with clean, white cotton and cov
ered with silkollne in fancy,
dark patterns;
each .........
$2.48
$2.69
—BIG FLUFFY THICK HOME
COMFORTERS, $3.48—Beautifully
made silkollne covered comfort
ers, in size 68x76-lnch. One side
is In floral patterns, the other has
plain borders ;a spien- QQ A n
did value at ..........ipO.TU
— EXTRA FINE, THICK COM
FORTERS, $4.48—Filled with the
finest carded cotton and oovered
with mercerized ailkoline with
attractive borders;
price, each
—FINE WOOL FILLED COMFORTERS, 72x84-inch, covered with
crepe silkolme in beautiful patterns. It is warm, soft and thick—a com
forter that will appeal to particular housewives'; price, each...... $4.48
$4.48
FINE COTTON AND WOOL BATTS AT LOW PRICES
—NOXALL cotton Batts... 12[/ 2 o
—DOWNEY cotton Batts____19c
—WHITE ulLY cotton Batts.30o
— CROWN JEWEL Cotton
Batts...... / .................35 0
—3-1B "APOLLO" COTTON
BATTS, size 72x84-lnch, full
bed size for making quilts.
Each ......................$1.35
3-IB. STITCHED BATTS,
made of fine short cotton; quilt
size ........................$1.19
—FINE CHEESE CLOTH COV
ERED BATTS, filled with good
quality of soft white wool; size
72x84-lnch ; all ready for cover
ing; each ......... $3.79
—CRIB SIZE WOOL .BATTS,
covered with cheese cloth; size
45x60; each ................$1.59
—ALL WOOL BATTS, size 72x
84-Inch; weight 2 lbs.; criss
cross made; nice fluffy quality.
Each ......................$2,48
—FINE COMMERCIAL WOOL
BATTS; small percentage of
China Cotton mlxt In; a splendul
batt In full quilt size; Each $1.93
—"O U R SPECIAL" selected
Wool Finished Bntt; soft, fluffy,
looks and wears like pure wool;
weight, 2 lbs. Each........$1.43
A Few Money-Saving Items from Linen Section
I HE linen market ia the most upset it has ever been and the
future is even more uncertain. But you'll find quite complete
stocks here at prices surprisingly low, due to our large ad
vance buying.
Pattern Cloths and Napkins
—No. B810— Heavy Mercerized
Napkins; size _'0x20-inch: nice
quality, satin finish. Prion, per
dozen .................... $1.48
—Linan Napkins, 21x21-inoh
Price, a dozen .............$3.69
—Linen Napkins, 28x22-lnch
Price, a dozen ............ $4.48
—10-4 Msrcerized Damask Pat
tern Cloths, with splendid finish
and serviceable quality.....$1.59
Damasks
SS —62-inoh Fine Half - Bleached
— Damask In a quality that washes
ST and wears very satisfactorily;
— pretty assortment, of. patterns.
- Price, a yard...............69c
— —58-inch Renfrew Colored Dam
- aak in red, blue and huff color*;
good assortment of the best pat-
- terns. Price, a yard............59o
— —60-inch Mercerized Damask m
— a very good quality; pretty snow
ZZZ: drop, rose and floral patterns;
— » splendid values at ............39c
§§ Bleached Muslin
—"Hope," 36-inch, yard......14c
SS —"Ivory," 36-inch, yard......10c
SS —"Golden Rule," 36-inch......11c
ZSZ — 1 "Lonsdale," 36-inch .........17c
—"Fruit of the Loom" ........17c
EE BROWN MU8LIN8.
SS —"Superior." 36-inch ..........5o
«■— ..'Standard.'' 36-inch ........5|/ac
SS —"Superior," 36-lnch ........
— —"Texas," 36-inch, yd........ Ty%e
ns —"Elephant," 36-inch ..........9c
SSS -—"Golden Rule," 36-inch......10c
—"House Keepers," 36-inch.... 10c
—"Sweet Home," 36-lnch.... 12*/ a c
—"Auburn A." 36-inch .......15c
CAMBRICS. A
—"Fruit of the Lbom," yard..lVT
—"Berkley 100," a yard......23c
TURKISH TOWELING.
—Turkish Toweling by the yard—
28-inch, yard ................23c
22-inch, yard ................29c
Bed Spreads
—No. 866—Crochet Spread; . cut
corners and scalloped; size 84x95
inch. Price $4.59
—No. 835—Fine cut corner Spread;
size 80x90-inch ..............$3.79
—No. 294—Crochet Spread; size
88x96-lnch. Price ...........$2.b9
—No. 292—Crochet Spread; size
84x96-inch. Price ...........$2.4b
—No. 269— Crochet Spread; slzo
75x88-inoh. Price............$1.48
—No. 17008 — 84x94-inch Satin
Damask Spread with straight
edge. Price .............. $4.39
—No. 1650S — Satin D'amas k
Spread; straight edge; size 84x92
inqh. Price ...............$3.98
—No. 1400—Satin Damask Spread;
straight edge. size 76x87-lnch.
Price, each .................$3.39
—No. 36S—Fine Crochet. Spread
with straight edge; size 80x87
lnch. Fach .................$2.98
—"Prince«»" Crochet Spread with
straight edge; size 72x8«-lnrh.
Price ........................$1.39
Pillow Tubing
—Good Standard Tubing here In
the following sizes and prices.
-40-lnch......................20c
— 42-Inch..........;...........21o
—41-Inch ..... 25o
Extra Pino Haavy Tubing.
—86-inch......................22c
—40-inch......................27o
—42-Inch......................28o
—Five unusually good values In
Fine All-Linen Pattern Cloths,
ready to be hemmed.
45x45-in. All Linen Cloths, $1.69
72x72-in. All-Linen Cloths. $2.39
66x54-In. All Linen Cloths, $2.J9
72x90-in. All-Linen Cloths. $3.00
—58x50-inch Mercerized Soal
loped Cloths., pink and blue
scalloped, ready for use. Price,
each .......................$1.48
Crashes
—No. 5209—Gla«8 Cloth; blue and
checks and «tripes. Yard......16c
—No. 5106—"Barnesley" , 18-inch
A yard......................12«/*o
—No. 5103—Same. 17-in. Yd 15o
—No. 5114—Good grade, 16-tnen
Linen Craah. A yard..........19c
—No. 5119—16-inch Linen Crash;
fine finish. A yard.......... 25o
— In extra fine quality Linen
Crnshen we call your special at
tention to the "Stevens'' line,
which we carry in the following
widths and prices:
—16-inch Linen Crash........25c
—20-inch Linen Crash........25o
—28-inch Linen Crash........19o
—"2-inch Linen Crash........27o
—27-inch Linen Crash 17o
"8TEVEN8" BROWN CRA8HE8
—22-inch Brown Crash........25o
—20-Inch Brown Crash........I5o
—18-lnch Brown Crash 19o
—16-inch Brown Crash 19o
—16-inch and 18-inch, part Linen
Crash, a yard ..............12'/ 2 o
Good Sheets
—Her« sre four extra good values
In Sheets In different sizes ;
—72x90-inoh Standard Sheets.98o
—81x90- inoh Standard Shasta.
price each ..................$1.05
—81x90-Inoh Standard Shasta,
price each ..................$1.10
—72x90-lnch Extra Quality
.Sheets, pries each............$1.10
an event we plnnned especially for housewives who prsctice "economy"
Home Outfitting Time Is
Blanket and Comfort Time
Household Notions
—Wilson Dresa Hooka—black
and white. Price, doz.....10c
1 —Wilson Snap Fasteners—
black and white. Price, per
dozen ...7................10c
—Teneso Snap Fasteners;
non-rustable; black; doz..10o
—Standard 8nap Fastener
Tepe—black and white. Price
Yard ........ i 5c
—Hooks and Eyes—Madame
Lloyd's: black and white; all
sizes; card of 2 doz.......5c
—Hooks and Eyes — Pebroa
invisible; made of the best
wire; black or white. Per
card .....................10c
—Cotton Stay B i n d i n g —
black or white; 3-yard bolt;
2 'or ........................
—English Twilled Tape — Black
or white; 3-yard bolts; >/ 4 to '•i
Inch; a bolt .................I0e
% to % - inch, a bolt.........15c
—Darning Cotton—all colors;
two for ......................5o
—Bias Fold Tape — Wright's
best cambric; white only; 12
yard bolt ..........150, 19c, 25o
—Lawn Bias Tape — Wright's
superior quality; black and
white; a bolt........15o, 19c, 25c
—Bias Fold Tape, in colors, for
trimming: size Xo. 4 onl;-;
bolt .........................10c
—Sharp's Sewing Needles. all
sizes; price, a package........5c
—Crewel Embroidery Needles,
all sizes; price, a pkg........5e
—Barbour's Linen Thread, white
and brown; price, a spool. .. 10c
— O. N. T. Sewing Cotton, black,
white and colors; price, spool, ,4c
— Basting Cotton, sizes 40, fo
and 60; white only; 500-vard
spool ........................5c
—Carlson Curier Silk Button
Hole Twist, price.............5c
— Electric Silver Plate Thimbles,
price, each ..................
— Dorothy Thimbles — Heavily
sliver cased on nickle, hand
chased; each ................15 0
—Silk Frilled Elastic — Pink,
blue, lavender, red. yellow and
black; a yard ..............25 e
—Silk Bolting, black and white,
lîs-lnch to 2H-inch; yard. 25o
8-tnch to 4-tnch. a yard......29e
—Bachelor Buttons, doz 10o
—Claus Buttonhole Scissors—
Xtckle plated with Inside set
screw; will cut to 4H Incnes.
Price ........................50o
—Stork Embroidery Soieeore—
Fine quality; fazicy gilt handle.
Priced at ..................59 0
—Straight Trimming Shears—
Best English steel laid blades—
sizes Sll to I Inches; price,
each ..................59o to 75o
—Bont Trimming Sheara—Ex
cellent for general use, especi
ally for cutting goods on table;
best steel, nickle plated and
highly polished......65c to $1.39
—American Alarm Cloeka—
Niokle plated; a good dollar
value. Our price ............98o
—World Eight-Day Alarm Cloek
—Dependable, durable and at
tractive; heavily nickle plated.
Our price ..................$2.69
—Iron Clad Alarm Clook—
Heavy steel case; an attractive
mantle clock with alarm under
neath; we recommend it for lta
splendid time-keeping quali
ties ........................$1.50
—Our "Lookout" Alarm Clock
will give long service; nickle
plated. Price ..............$1.39
—Children's Hold Fast Hoea
Supporters — Heavy lisle elaetlo
with rubber button grip; black
and white. Two pair for...25o
—Children's Velvet Grip Hose
Supporter#—Oblong rubber but
ton; black and white. Price, a
pair, at .....................19 0
—Children's Circus Supportsrs—
High grade lisle elastic; metaj
parts nickle plated; black and
white. Price, a pair......... 25 0
—Women's Pad Front Support
ers—Superior lisle webbing, silk
covered; black and white.
Price ........................50 0
—Steel Paring Knivee—Assorted
wood handles; excellent quality.
Each ............. 5 C
—Madame Lloyd's Coder Polish
Mops—Just the thing for dust
ing woodWMk and furniture 23o
—Madame Lloyd's Machins Oil—
Will not gum; 3-oz. bottle.. .5o
—3-!n-1 Oil—The oil for all pur
poses, bottle ........10o and 25c
—Wizard Mops, small size. ,59e
Medium size ................89c
Large size ................$1.29
Plain and Fancy Turk
Towels
—No. 315—Unbleached Turkish
Towels f size 18x39-inch......15o
—No. 704 — Large Bleached
Turkieh Towole In nice heavy
weight; size 20x39-inch.
Price ......................17Vac
—No. 332—Nice Turkish Towels
In handy size, 18x33-lnch; gre^t.
values at ....................19c
—No. 707—Large Turk Towels,
preat thlraty fellows, size 22x43
lnch. Price..................25o
—No. 701—Fancy Turk Towels
with 2-inch colored border; «ize
26x64. Price ................39o
—No. 784—Fancy Turkieh Towels
with blue and pink striped bor
ders—nice soft finish, size 21x42
inch. Price...................29c
—No. 762—Extra Heavy Turk
Towels for bath use; fancy
striped borders; size 21x42-inch.
Splendid values at............29c
Huck Face Towels
—No. B286-—Red Bordered Huck
Towelej size 17x36-lnch. Price,
each .........................15o
—No. B606 — Fancy Women's
Huck Towels of dandy weight
and finish; size 18x38. Price,
each.................... J. ... 16c
—No. B802—Good Huok Barber
Towels) size 13x22-inch. Price,
a dozen..................... 65o
—Barber Towels; size 13x24
Inch; price, a dozen..........65o
Huck Toweling
—No. B802—Fine Huck Toweling
of serviceable quality and good
weight; 16-inch width. Price,
a yard ................. 10o
—No. B8G3 — 17-inch. Huok
Toweling, a yard..........12'/fco
Bleached Sheeting
—Below are a few of our best
values In the different else# and
Standard
leader.
32'/ t e
above,
... 35c
above.
. 371/20
above,
Ford........................40c
—No. BS2CL—Heavy Fine Qual
ity Standard Sheeting, 8-4.
yard ........................40o
—No. B821 — 9-4, as above,
price, per yard............42 l 'ie
—No. B822 — 10-4, BS abovï
F*rd ........................43o
prices;
—No.
B816 — 7-4
8
Bleached Sheeting; our
Price,
a yard ......
—No.
B817 8-4,
as
yard ..
—No.
B818 — ' 9-4,

price per yard ......
—No.
819 — 16-4,

—No 759 — Fine Large Turklah
Bath Towels, heavy weight and
fine weaye. size 26x54-1nch. Price,
each ....................45 0
—No. 18—Big Turk Towels, size
24x46-inch — the largest and flneat
bath towel we carry; fanev pat
tern*. Price ..........*...... 59o
New Curtain Materials
—The moil delightful materiels in
the prettiest new patterns and de
sign*.
—New Cretonnes, 8« Inches wide,
suitable for draperies and fancy
work: a yard—19c, 23c, 29c, 35o, 39o.
48o, 63c and 78o.
—New Bungalow Cretonnes! aplerv
did for making quilts, a yd____16o
—Beautiful Sorima, at yd„ 15o. 19o
and ........................ 25 o
PU,n Voll«« with "hem
stitched borders, a yard...... . .29o
Save Money Here on
Outing Flannels
—Comparison has taught
many women that they can
get a little heavier, finer,
fleecier Outing at the Golden
Rule for the price. Why not
buy a winter's supply now?
—Light and Dark Outings tn
stripes and checks, a yard. ... 12*/jo
—Full line of dark Outlnga, per
yerd .............................
"Daisy Cloth" Outing In white
pink and blue, a yard..........i5 a
—"Irie" Baby Outing In a little
lighter weight than "Daley." Price
P*r yard ....... ............
Ha 0U Ï" ? u * in » ln »oft quality
and good weight, a yard........10o
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