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Wednesdav. FeK 25, 192. 'Y U. S. May Be. Called Upon To Aid And Protect Jugo - Slavs; Failure Will Mean Betrayal To Adriatic By FRAISK. H. SJMODS. WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 16. i the president and by Lloyd George. President "WIIsod has clearly not President Wilson's coarse is serv- But the "Tisrer" remained obstinately ! renounced his purpose to hare ins a new ultimatum upon oar determined. Thereupon Mr. Wilson ( America play the role of world arbiter recent European associates la clearly sent tor the George Washington and ' which be clearly held in Parle. He a repetition of the "George Washlns-i threatened to qnlt Paris. i discloses the same determination to ion icciae.ni during tne i-aris con- Tne president proposed as a sanetl- I pass opon each question as it arises ference. It represents a deliberate , tnte the Anglo-French eoarantee and from the point of view of abstract and well defined polio, not In the Clemencean accepted It. As the thing ' justice, as Justice strikes him and his least an txnonlslve act. It does more: was settled at Parts. Prance wanld not . fellow Mnnlrrmin fnr T reneat. it discloses the president's ooncep-1 permanently occupy the left bank of most Informed Americans will agree non 01 me American mission in worm . ine rtnine ana tne rnlted states ana i with Mr. Wilson over the merits of xzairs. ureat Britain were pledged to sent i the Jogo-Slave contention in the In the case of the "George Wash ington." as M. Tardieu has lost ei olalned. France demanded of her recent allies exactly the Bam secur ty against German attack, which Britain was asking, but while British their troops to the continent If ; Adriatic. But In refusing to let En trance were aitacKea by (Germany. ; rope reach a compromise, he is com since French defence woold be greatly ' pelled by the coarse of the Pnited weakened bv the elimination of the states senate to refrain from any af Rhlne barrier. , Urinative action. Now a similar situation is coming. . In the end Europe will reluctantly. demands were for the destruction of . we shall he asked once more to auar- i because it still fears in nffenri the the German fleet and the occuptlon l antee another European frontier if we t American nation, which remains the of German colonies, France demanded ! Interfere with another nation's Ideas single source of credit and loans, turn the riEht to occupy the left bank of the Rhine, the sole military barrier Gammed hv PrMldmt. In this aemenceaa was opposed by of its own proper security The to the settlracr of its own af fair In Italians will suggest as a substitute its own way. because America, while for their settlement of the Adriatic . rejecting the European method, does question and for the compromise by I not propose any other possible escape the British and the French, an Ameri- from the prolongation of war breeding can guarantee of Italian populations disputes. and Interests on the east coast of the ' When Europe at last perceives the Adriatic They will do it for the fact the French clata to occupy the same reason Oemenceau demanded j left ank of the Rhine and the Italian the similar guarantee, because they . left bank for security In the Adriatic are dealing with a question of nation-! will be supported by the British, who el defence. , have already realized similar and no Bnt the United States senate has so I more Justifiable aspirations In the far failed to make aood the Dresi-1 matter of the Rurman fle an dent s promise to France, therefore ! German colonies. the Italians will follow the French J But the president will still be able Muiiiie anu iubi siras occupation xor a certain lengtn or time to prevent by their troops at least until the European settlement, because his American guarantee becomes absolute championship of the claims of the e 1WBB1UU117 01 a ciasn oeiwecn jugo-siavs. tor example, will lead the Italians and the Jaero-Slavn la these nennle tn rloi4 , ., , PJtent. Sneh a clash would Involve j the whole unfair terms m the hope of mwmo unaiw w laeir owu American supDori. sat since the dispute with the Serbs, the Bolgars situation in the senate and In the - 1 with their traditional hatred for the , country Is what It is today. It Is We Say that a DOtmd of auJht ???" wlth tnelr claims ihiKhlv probable that when the crisis J " L J""" Ui against, the Italians, quite as Just as I arrives and the Jngo-slavs are con- SChilline' Tea make: mru-e J00"8 or "L ""S1": Moreover, as fronted with Italian armed forces, '"""5 ca "13KCS more long as the question Is not settled. authorized by the Anglo-French- -nnctrMn o t,n J f . France, Britain and Italy will be i Italian concert to carry out the terms OipStnanapOUnaOI Common divided and Italian anger atr Anglo- of a compromise, the Joro-Slavs will . --J ,,ii 1 French opposition to Italian claims call upon the president and the Amerl- iea, anu IS actually Cheaper wi,l continue to mount- can people for military and naval as- Abolishes Immerlatc Chance. sistance in vain, per CUD. Actually the president's ultimatum . But it is toward such a crisis that 1 abolished all Immediate chance of the 1 eTents nrm tuiw tnftvfno- "Pk. ..( Do VOU have to believe cotapromlse proposed on obe of he . dent has abolished the present hope J - most dangerous of the surviving per-1 of compromise. He has eiven new that? No, you can prove it! Buy a package. If you're not convinced, take it back to your grocer. He'll refund your money. We pay him. There are four flavors of ScHfing Tea Japan, Ceylon-India, Oalcng, English BreakfsL.t- AUoneqaafity. In rarchmyn-hneximoBtnre-procfpackages. At grocers everywhere. I ils to world neace. In my Jadnnent the president J is Tight In vieiTlng the proposed ; settlement as not In accordance with absolute Jnetlce. but Is he or the United States prepared to !n- i slst that absolute Justice be dene, I even If this Involves the sending I of n neve army to Knrone and war with Italyt If not then a refusal ; to let Suroee settle Its dfopnte Ieeems a pr l'tcmtlon of o dentfly menace to nil order and rehabili tation. It may prove the cause ef a new war. of compromise. He has given new moral color to Jugo-SIav aspirations. he has again given the unmistakable censure nf (h. nrulflAnt ne Ik. TTb4 i'fetates to Italian claims. This means mat Italian and Jugo-SIav armies, instead of demobilizing will remain facing each other: it means that a clash may come at any moment. If America refnsejt afat then tlia J Jugo-Slavs will feel, not without Jus- Im:. mat "wj nave oeen ansLnooneo. betrayed into hopeless resistaBce and then deserted in the moment of I deadl) peril. Copyright. 19W, by Mc . Clure Newspaper Syndicate. A Schillings? Co Sen Francisco Tw,"5&? SSS Germans Want To Sell El Pasoans Their Flower And Vegetable Seeds gjM1lH increases crtceta - Ma, ZZJTTZ JSSSwa people ia tro wtdg ge SSed fey f cctct United States Sealers ISaidaa i fonoer Pnbfcc Health effl !. Ask your docttr cr ensta Sogt tt. Mrice Schwartz, ireneral maziAjrar of the Popular Dry Goods company, as he exhibited a letter from a firm in Erfurt offering- to sell him flower and vegetable seeds for the EI Paso, trade. "They do not wait eren for ocr people to forget their crimes, continued Mr. Schwartz. "After de strovinT? a!I of nature they possibly , could in Europe, and being thwarted from doing any such damage in the United States merely because of the force we employed to help crush them. they now come out and talk about 1 how the world needs to srrow flowers ana vegetables. It really makes one and setting forth the reasons why the Popular might wish to handle them Is typically German. The letter is In EngUsh and is reproduced below verbatim "Enclosed I hep to hand yon my pricelfst and ordersheet of coloured pockets filled with vegetable and flower seeds and instructions for cultivation in engitsh. trench and germ an. "I should like to say the follow ing The general rise in price of all foodstuffs obliges mankind to make use more than ever of vegetables. "Everbody is inclined to grow his ' V U CfjCVBVKB aSUU asC4 Ull 90 filUaua Wmmk SflMSittW tgi&r AMERICA'S HOME SHOE POLISH fhcrfcz cwhv it polz&Aess protects andpvesevves all leathers. Always if). BLACK-TAN-WH1TE-0XBL00D - BROVN sir-ile. but keeping everlastingly at itiof his own or on lease to cultivate ' gets onsiness, and these Germans are vegetables in his free time. ' Roirg to keep at it. Just watch) "As relativelysmaU plots are con- . tJlm. oaraxl ana - -. -. W- L Te letter to Mr Schwartz, dlhuing people like to grow every kind of i upon tne quality of the seeds offered . vegetables, the smnl of ,, f each kind is a small one, so that the quantity in the paperpocketa is suf ficient for private use. "The sale of vegetable seed In coloured naoerbas ui mn lnemttv for shops, warehouses and stores, for ' the nmsll nm.r t. ,44eI.i.1I..b .a ft. from piicellsta, to evoid expenses for postage and packing. ; "He prefers bttytag seeds at the , accustumed shops at the time of sow ing in tne small quantities he Jast needs. I have therefore done every- I thing in my power to make a proper I choice of sorts for the retail-sale eolt able for all kind of ground, climate and purposes which will give by care full attention a secure and good eroa. I "The 41 years renown of my firm guarantees for the excellent quality j of each kind of seeds. ine exact coloured picture of each kind of vegetables and flowers will show the public the correct sort of seeds contained therein to evoid errors." JsWaxL and Oils Personette Dy MKsAil. il PIPE'S n k-Z vPl ji FOR INDfGESTION JiLjwJCjX7 CHEW A FEW PUT STOMACH IN ORDER! At once! ReBeves Indigestion, Heartburn, Gases, Dyspepsia, caused by Acidity. Hurry! Buy a box at any drug store. Eat meals without fear of upsetting stomach. Harmless Splendid! Read "Common Sense Rules Regarding Stomach" in package. Doctor Issues Warning And Tells How to Stop Tobacco Habit New York: Dr Connor, formerly of Johns Hopkins Hospital, says: I tun often asked if I know anything to ft op the tobacco habit and I always recommend Nlcotol, which I have pre scribed with great success. N'rcotol contains no ha bit-forming dross, is absolutely barm leas and prod ores as lonfshins ret j its in a very short time The ose of tobacco saps the vitality, vim, vigor and ambition of the slave who Is enthralled by Its seductive effects It undermines the health and leaves the victim an easy pray to trenerii debllliy. Throat and long -oubles. nervousness. Insomnia, heart ytie kidney trouble, headache -gue anJ lip cancer and even bliit'i Physfcians th world over r en trace the start of the above dis . jn ?-id manv others to nicotine -'"'if If yon want to free yourself from tobacco go to any drug store and ask for Nicotol tablets. Take one tablet after each meal and In a short time yoa will nave no desire for tobacco the era vine will have left you Wltb the nicotine poisoning out of your system yoor general health will quickly Improve. Note When asked abost Nicotol tablet, one of our leading droffrtsta said H truly a weederfui remedy for the tobacco habit away ahead of anything w save ever sold before We are authorized by fhw fnfttiitfff nrra tn r?irml tK mruu Ia it rfnu ., -.. i t.- i lDr duality ana enersry by pari renrij pouted unu.o.1 merit.- :-'icoi J'nKanfl enriching: the blood. Ton i sold in thu city andnr a iran-c!a ' n son ' 'ta strengthenine, In-money-back guarantee by all up-to-date vlgoratine Effect. Price 60c. Adv. droKffi'ts toeiudiss Kelly & Pollard ana Scott White & Co. Adr. j Cnrtl. A Co. ooy Tjberty bonds. Air E. HAtBRllaN JCLJDS. IT Is the plaint of E. Haldeman Jnlina, editor of the "Appeal to Beaaon." that he Is so radical that the conservatives don't lilce biro, and so conservative that the radicals don't like him. He lives in Glrard, Kansas, and, be sides editing the afore-meatloned paper, manages a large farm and raises noes and iiolstelns. When asked how he Weed llvlncr In a prohibition state he launched Into the following discourse: "My only objection to prohibition Is that ft prohibits. That is, I object to the principal of It. bnt approve of the coinraoa sense, rtot that common sense is always desirable. In fact In a world like this, where most of the joys or me ralent be regarded as follv thflrA !( utTDAthine fn K. ..1(4 fnp th. theory that it Is more sensible to be loousn tnan it is to be sensible. However, now that strong; drink has gene, and tobacco la going fast, we shall soon think np some other way to be fools. The bnraan race Is incurably human In this respect. The thing fer as to do now is to discover a Harmless vice. In fact it is sneh an argent need In the life of the Ameri can people at present that I am think ing of advertising a laree reward In my colamns for anyone who can sug gest an absolutely innocnons form of vecreanon wnicn wui suii make the participant therein feel pleasantly wicked. "As for Bolshevism In this, conntry," he pursued with a lightning change of subject. -I don't believe In It. Not for this country anyway. 1 don't believe In a dictatorship of the pro letariat any more than & dictator ship of the capitalists. Let the Rus sians try It out without outside Inter ference. If they succeed In bringing in the mlllenlum the rest of the world will be glad enough to follow without struggling against It. I don't believe In violence. Better to turn the other cheek If necessary. The English working class doesn't have half the strikes we do, and they are getting ahead faster than the working class here. In fact, you might say that I am a radical who believes in conser vative methods." it might also be said of Mr. Julius, and it is an even more surprising fact, thai bis wife, who Is a niece of Jane Addams, Is president of a bank in Kansas. It Is his proud boast that he Is probably the only socialist who Is upon such friendly terms with a member of the capitalistic group. firove'a TnXelex chill Tonic Cor. Me.a Ave. end San Anloalo St. Mall and Phone Ordera Promptly Filled Private Branch Biehapge 8300. CHARGE ACCOUNTS ALL charge purchase? mack Thursday, Friday and Sat urday wffl be placed on yosr March account MONTH-END SPECIALS ill U I L IC3l"BW HjvJn Month End Specials on ( Street Floor ONYX SILK HOSE. $2.95 These Onyx hoee are fall fashioned, pure thread silk, with silk tops and rein forced sole. These come in black and white, and axe Month-End special at $2.95 STATIONERY. 50c We offer for this Month End Sale fancy box station ery ia all colors pink, blue, boil, lavender and white. For this sale it is specially 50c Month End Specials m Toilet Kremola, special si. . .79c Packer's Tat Shampoo 39c Witch Hazel Soap, box 25c Pttuy-WiBow Powder 39c Keepclean Hair Brus'j 79c Matcallo, Thursday. . .39c Pond's Extract, Thnrs. 39c Mavis Talcum, Thnrs. 19c Dr. Lyon's Tooth Pwr. 19c 4711 Depiatory, Thur. 69c Street Floor. Sale of THE sale of roses which we had antici pated for tomorrow is postponed on account of the rtoaairival of the plants. However, we ex pect them as a feature for Friday's seUing. Month End Feature in Low Slioes Spring time Footwear is now of importance. For the balance of the week two special displays will be made of both pumps and Oxfords. NEW OXFORDS A sew arrival of interest is a welt sole Oxford made of. fine soft kid with imitation stitched tip and baby Loais, heel, in Mack these are priced at 710. In dark brown, $1230. NEW PUMPS Pumps are again popular this season, and we offer a wide range of choice in pat eat leather, soft black kid, satin, and fawn buck vamp with silk quarter and silk covered heel. T b ese are priced at $S50 to $1230. 3d Floor. ALL departments feature seasonable items at most favorable prices. For the final three days in February we feature spring items of more than ordinary interest. In the maUer of prices, you will do well to buy now. All market conditions indicate that the same thing will happen this spring that happened last; that is, prices are lower now than they will be later on. In addition to the special Hems adverHed. Jou 8K fad Spring displays of intense interest throughout the store. Here Are Your Spring Suits Allradively Priced . K50 Suits For $5950. TP HE hig feature for the final three days m February is women's tailored suks at an ua- derprice. This is made possible by our New York buying organization having been fortunate in securing these suits from a manufacturer who was retiring from business. They are made of fine trieotine, Poiret twill, all wool serge, tweed, tweed o wool and wool jer eev. They are handsomely tailored, band-pined and have hand made button holes bound with silk braid, and are silk embroidered. The styles are varied to suit the tastes of any woman wno iroows siyiisn uuionng mere are tne rippre amis, jwjjt www, t Eton jackets and the Iootr line suits for the larger wooes. These , handsome suits are a Month-End special at $74.50 Spring' Dresses Nea frocks thai lead the spring fashions most moderately priced. The dresses in this assortment consist of tai lored taffeta dresses. These come in the ruf fle and bouffant effects so extensively snows this spring'. There are also lovely printed georgets, combined with taffeta. These are most appropriate for afternoon dresses. You will wonder when you see tbem now we can make them a Month-End special at Sport Skirts, $21.75 So wardrobe is complete without a sport skirt. Never were they so attractive as this Spring, fashioned of sneb lovely materials as Fan Ts. Si, Knmsi Eurasa, georget, silk popfin, plaid, veioar, satin baronette and puasy willow. Those being shewn for this Month-End Sale , are skirts selling regularly for $39.56, spe- priced at 121.75 Polo Cods, $49.50 For the wobsbb who loves the out of doors and sR its activities there is nothing widen will give such satisfaciory service as the polo, or short coat- We have a complete showing of short models of English polo doth and fine tricotines. These are handsomely tailored, with belts, and all are faDy lined with pussy willow. These are a IS A f Sf Uoath-Esd special at 'S Cravanetle Rain Coats and Capes For your trip to the seashore or to the moun tains you will need .oae of these farsMats. They wiO protect your gowns from the dust, and shed the wet when it rains. We offer at from $10.00 to p49.50 &HCI fl KaWlm9 J? 9m 'mmr For $44.50 vr jrrass and all the trunrnmsa ocue this season, enables you to choos. just the finicking touch for your unUumued bat. Millinery Section, 5th Floor. $9750 Leather Sport Coats, $5950 For early Spring wear, rhee leather coats are asset desirable. The models an correct, the materials are the best just the thing for au tomobile enthusiasts. These are. sold regujarly for 587-5, special for this ? ec ?h Month-End sale only, w3 Z? .5 - r 4 'itJuiryvui Fatal Fehraars Features From , The Girls' Owx Shop i& S a wisd-up for this month, we selected three specials of exceptional merit as regards style, quality and value. 1 SILK FROCKS. $26.50 These silk frocks are beautiful. They are fashion ad of gsoigtt, crepe de chine and taffeta ia a splendid eolor range. They are shown ia sizes 12 to 17 years. These frocks are g O fZ S.C regular 35 values, Final February feature at tpJXJ?JJ GINGHAM FROCKS. $7.95 Cingbam frocks, splendid for every day and school wear, are of fered in long and short sleeve models. There are beautiful plaids as well as dresses in soHd colors and checks. They ease in abet 10 to 17 years, regular cSS 7 dS ?15 values at tJ . VlJ SHEER FROCKS. $14.95 These dainty frocks are made of voile and organdie in splendid colors and in white. Some of them are beautifully trimmed with embroidery and ribbon. They come is saxes 10 to 17 years regu- V 33K 'r 35 values, P B J f specially priced at ejji. 7ZJ jth floor. Petite women may share this most excellent opportunity, winch should not be overlooked, as it is a sale very ranch worth while. Month End Specials in Tlie Greater Popular Boys' Store a BOYS' WASH SUITS. $1.85 WashrsuKs of such splendid, serviceable materials as these nwaxs a big saving to mothers of boys from 2 to 8 years old. It will be to yoor advantage to buy your Spring and Summer supply at this Month-End Sale, as there are but 350 of them. Some are sUghhtly mussed from bandtmg but they are $100 values s O p a Mentfa-End Special at J I . O BOYS' UNDERTOGS. 65 Boys' cross bar ranslin onion suits are splendid for boys of 2 to 8 years. They are made with tabs for attaching beee supporters, and the buttons are extra well taped. There are K. & E. and other standard makes mctuned in this selling, and at this special priceyou cannot afford not to buy them, as you will not be able to obtain f sneb a value as this Month-End special at JlJ C BOYS' REEFERS. $2.95 There are about 35 of these reefers. These Utile Spring overcoats are made of durable fabrics, weD tailored and. are lined throughout. They come m all the suitable 'Spring shades and the sizes range from 3 to S years. These reefers sell regularly for $6.58. We make g r r a them a Month-End special at tA. yj Ith. Floor. Month End Specials in XJZ-hdXl It 11 Vf ' Send Us I) Your 0 Mail Ordc Month End Specials m IS Linen Section Beddina'Deut. MERCERIZED TABLE CLOTHS. $2.25 Hemstitched mercerized table cloths come in size 61x64. The patterns -are very neat This is a Month End special at $2 25. ROUND SCALLOPED TABLE CLOTHS. $2.50 These round, scalloped table cloths are of a good irade of mercerized table damask, size 64x81. Month End special at $2.50. KITCHEN TOWELS. 12 FOR $3.50 Heavy kitchen towels of blue ordered half-linen crash are hemmed and ready for use, Month-End special, 12 for $3.50. Center Aisle, 3d Floor. CROCHET RRD SPREADS. $3.25 Heavy eroehet spreads, size 78x88. are offered as a special for this Month-End sale. This is a splendid number for ho tels and rooming houses. ? O Ct IT Month-End price tO.5 TURKISH TOWELS. 45c Double thread Turvisb towels in size 19x40, are offered m excellent quality. These are slightly imperfect, but wortb much more than the js gf Month End price of each JC Month End Special in Beautiful Blouses AN nderpriesd purchase of manufactarer's entire sample line of blouses enables us to of for phenomenal values for the month end. The majority of wo men wao see this month-end spe rial in blouses wdl buy a who!" seasons supply. They are made- of superior quality of georget an. come in white and flesh. They are beautifully finished, and or namented with beads and braids in various designs. There is a full range of sizes to select from, and a satisfactory selection will be found in either one of the fol lowing lots: Blouses in values to $7.00, Month End special at Blouses in values to $10.00, MoBih End special at mn $4.9- $6.5 5th Floor. SilR Sale Success OCR February SiDc Sale really contributes the most interesting items of all in the Month end Sale. Items previously advertised will be continued. Ia addition many extra speciz's will be offered for the three final days. 3d Floor Month End Features in A Feature in Millinery Fashionable Untrimmed Shapes at an Underprice FOR the home milliner or the woman who prefers to buy an lmtrimmed shape and fashion her own Spring hat, we offer a most attractive special. This is a shipment of Joseph models is Hsere, hemp and Minus hemp in black, brawn, navy blue, turquoise, old rose and all the other favored colors of the Brnron These are featured for the foul three days atU-oderato $6.95 Trimmings NEW shipment of flowers, fruits, wheat, TP HE foflosvina condensed catalog of Month -" items at the Downstairs store represents seJ son-able saviaca of steal importance. Clip this : of the ad and check the kerns you are interested in. Spring Fooforyeafv The Downstairs Store, feature in the Footwear Se is a new arrival of Spring pumps and oxfords. 1 are the latest models in women's pumps ar.d oxfords i beaver brown kid, brown calf, patent leather and brow had in turned and welt soles and Louis Cuban leath and covered heels. You must realize tLat tou will al coaanoah a tremendous savmg at this Month-End special ol &5.01 EXTRA SPECIAL I Dresses $15. S5 Pusses of serge, jersey, taffeta, satin snd taffeta. satm and georget combJBatkms are offered in styles nel and chic They are tastefnlly trimmed with braid, bal tons, ruffles and pleating, and they liclude the n? short sleeve, as well as long sieoe mode!- Tbev shown mostly in black and navy, g g' S3 j and are an extra Mch-End Special at 1J. 0. Spring Suits $25 Xew Sprinar suits in Etous, XorfoRs and three ouartej length ut serge, French serge, vekmr, silver tone, bom J spun tweed and wool poplin are a wonderful rami Souse are full lined, others half lined. There is no : sob why every woman should not &?i have a new Spring suit at the special of tpl.. Spring Dresses $2i Stresses for afternoon wear are here m eeorset, crei de chine, taffeta and foulard and combinations of tal fete, and georget. There are the new draped and ruffle effects, also tunics, and both the new short sleeve an long sleeve models. There is a wide range of color a. sortment, Month-End tff o special at , cP Three Blouse 4 OS this Hsath-Esd special we are offerlzg bloas-i "- ia tnree lets, icey are suit shade blouses in gesrg get, crepe de elrir.es and georgets in white and flesh, an j a eseke lot of corded and plain voiles. The assortmeal is large and it wiH be as easy matter to find fast tbi blouse yea want at the fcftowmg attractive price rang j $5.50, $4.95 and $3.95 CAMISOLES These camisoles are made 01 wash sat and crepe de chine, daintily trimmed with lace and mi sertion. They come in all sizes m flesh color Month-End special at 89c DUST CAPS of figured lawn and marquisette, come i wane and colors, trimmed with lace, a Month- special at 25c WOMEN'S HOSE, come in fine quabty of fiber sift hi wnne, grey, brown, tan and navy. These are align imperfect but the wearing quaEty ia not impaired. Month-end special at 69c. WOMEN'S HOSE in good grade of cotton lisle are oil lereez a nmes: and tan only in an sizes, slightly lmper-l Met, a 20c. CHILDREN'S HOSE in fine and heavily ribbed sms, sunaote tor now dots and sirbr wear, come mack and white only in sizes 7 to 10. Slightly imper-l est, out cooa mn as icsc. s INDIAN HEAD in 33-in. width, in full bleached quality! is on eroa in mui lengtfis. ery desirable for mid and skirts, 39c BLEACHED MUSLIN comes in verv eWlv wni quality, SS-in. wide, in mill lengths from S to 10 yards 3 sunawe tor serviceanle underwear. Tbursdav only ea-j tra special at per yard 2Sc OUTING FLANNEL is here in wide range of striped! cjicku hi pin, nine ana green, regular Zoc qoalitvJ special at 19c 1 PLAID SUITING in a good variety of shepherd cheeks mi laney paras copies 01 tne high priced woolens, I 36-itw special at S1.CO. 1 HOCK TOWELS with red striped borders, size 13i27.i are excellent lor doctors' and dentists' use aa well asl for iaenVidnal home ass. These are Month-End special QfeHOOVER uremic suction cleanee It Beats. AsItSwe 4;ItC!zan Include a mictrfnimroc; . i . . , vj.ir,rtr,r;,rui3 wno want 10 nv.se a success j ot spring housekeeping and maintain a dean! house the whole year through should consider the i immediate purchase of a Hoover. It beats as it sVeets is i( cleans HooTert mH be said on the easy payment plaa 'A aestreo. eth Floo.