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4 i4y afumoon at 8:30 at t o brioVa paraata, yJ Mn. Gaorgu Norton. 2810 road, Darmport, waa aol Jiai to marrlaga of tbalr ttor, Mrs. Ixma Morton Trone, i i Frank C Bayut of taat city. f.af.VB. McLean, paator of tha CWlan Hatghta Ualtad Praaby a chnrch offlcla:ed. Only Im - member of tha tamlllea aodally, an-1 a delldoaa htaebaoa waa aanrad at oaa larga ubla late in tha afternoon. Garden flowers were the tattle decoration and the I wgBuui mee.ing last evening nuns waa avuuratw w nu of summer tie. F. U. JT. Oik at Fejmary. A deiightiul outing waa that held yesterday at Fejerrary park, Dut- enport, by tea membera of tne r. v. Fay Hawca Casta Xecta, -Fay Bawes camp No. 281. Royal Neighbors of America, held it at aecoratM wnn awn jjiath'a hall. No special business flowers Of many Tarte- t.9aa tranaaeted. The next meetiac will be held at tha hall oa Aug. 1L TasMl Shrine Meato. Vaahti Shrine, No. 23, Order Whit Rhrino nf Jernaalem. held Its regular meeting last evening ' tensiTe , eongratulatioaa, aha played Kan delaaohn'a wadding ' march. An elaborate lour course , wedding breaifsst waa Barred to CO guaata. "Mrs. Shroeder la a gradual of Wttteabnrg college, and baa done post graduate . work at the Uni versity of Wisconsin. For the last four years ana has been teaching history at Bock Island high school. , "Mr. Schroeder la a graduate of Ames, where ha waa a member of Sigma Nu Fraternity, and la now assistant highway engineer of the bridge office at Springfield, where Mr. and Mrs. Shroeder will reside. A beautiful brick bungalow on one of Springfield's pretty boulevards is in construction for them, f They will be at home Sept. 1 after an ex- west during which aw th guests. The bride worejN. club. Tee afternoon hours were tJ,ngacted DUBlnes8. j they will go through Yellowstone gown! white net over satin ana,p". rl. . '",w . aZ Lfeht refreshments were servedlPr- ttawm ware shssU daisies and 1 m randa. and at C o clock a de- business session. The , . , . Aafiwaatneas Garden flowers In i Ucious chicken dinner was served, J" meetine will h h7w Anr 25 Announces Bridal Party, iwrt ninknd whit were Ters being spread for eight in ; next meeting will be held Aug. 25. MiBg GnnU danghter ot W mo Ml""6 Vw.v . WTjij ill j, JnRiAP WfMatJnV , iMT .ftUU 11 1 S. VUM1C9 VJI aui ui neat The Juniors of the South Park Fourteenth street, .Davenport, who Presbyterian church held their j u wea neroeri onapiro on un- aed about the room. , OI lno "ns r"uu"- fTLSuSZH, -a. rred noVers formed the table decor- t th!M at a tahi which was tion- After tne mal tne nmDers to tha gaests at a tawe wnitn was . . ttnded ithe Grotto picnic at the Watch cent red with a large wedding cake. Dr. Reyes will practice chlroprac tie la Indianapolis, Ind. Tower. Postpone Card Party. Announcement was made this morning of the postponement of the card party which was to have been given tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mm. A. E. Gardner for the benefit af the Woman's Trade Union league. Mrs. Gardner was called to Des Moines this morning by the death of her brother. Friends and members of the organization who were planning on attending the af- Birthday Surprise YleJm. ' Mrs. Gottlieb Schmld of 527 Twenty-first avenue yesterday ob served her 66th birthday annivers ary and in celebration of the af fair her daughters arranged a sur prise party In her honor. She was completely taken by surprise when relatives and friends began to ar rive in the afternoon to help ber observe her anniversary. - By 6 O'clock there were 60 guests who!falr are agkw, to note the postpone ment party A future date for a card ill lie announced soon. entered a delicious dinner served by the daughters, who were assist ed by Mrs. E. E. Lamp. During the afternoon the ladies enjoyed games of 500 in which Mrs. Mary Walheim took the first prize and Mrs. Mary Brown the conso lation iavor. wrs. acnmiu rec. tr,.city youIlg women at a luncn many gifts as remembrances of the i . . nr M)s. Mies Bahnsen Luncheon Hostess. Miss Margaret Bahnsen of 1720 Twenty-second street was yester day noon hostess to a company of hsDDV occasion, besides the con gratulations of a host of friends made during ber 35 years' resi dence here. All of her daughters and her three sons were present at tha affair. Mr. and Mrs.. Schmld are planning on taking a trip to Lewlsvllle, Ind., during the early part of August. . To Hold Bakery Sale. The ladles of the First Baptist church will hold a bakery sale Sat urday at Reiss' drug store. All varieties of home made bakery goods will be sold from 10 o'clock on, as lpng as the supply lasts, M Grinnell Club Outing. Thef Grinnell trl-city alumnae held; delightful outing yesterday at the camp or H. E. Downer and Mrs.; Downer on Rock river. Forty-four college alumnae, and young people anticipating attending Grin nell as special guests were pres ent. The afternoon was passed merrily with games and sociability, and at 6:30 a delicious picnic sup per was served. A short business meeting was held immediately after upper and the remainder of the evening was given over to a social hour and a aenaral sood time. Dr. Harrj! Fry,- president of the local j alumni association, was in charge ot ttji affair. t Alegre Clnb. ' Ten members o'. the Alegre club of Girl Reserves spent the after noon and early evening yesterday at the Watch Tower, the outing be ing the regular weekly summer meeting of the club. The afternoon was passed in enjoyment of the park and the park amusements, and a picnic supper was served. Next week the girls will meet at Long View park. To Give Sociables. : Tha members of the Comrades class,; a class of boys of the Fif teenth Avenue Christian church, 1 are planning to sponsor two ice nHm anil nm mnrtaMnm tMa avon. Tins, one at the church and one at the Swan Cassell home on the cor Jnvr Of Eighteenth avenne and For ly-ionnn street. ine proceeds from the affairs are to be used to ward a fund with which the boys are to send a group of Chicago ten ement boys to a summer camp. Adolph Levin Is the teacher of the Comrades class. , . Chatter Circle Ootlncr. Mrs. Nelle Oberg, assisted by Mesdames Richmond, Stevens. Mor ris, 8chwenker, Anderson, Graham, Peacock, Nicholas and Amanda Oberg, will entertain the Amoo Caldron Chatter circle at the Oberg aummer camp on Rock river tomor row. All members of the Amoo caldron are invited. Picnic at Prospect Park. The members of the Ideal Art club picnicked all day yesterday at Prospect park. The members took well filled baskets and ate their dinner picnic style on the park lawn, The afternoon was passed enjoyably with games of cards, swimming, sewing and general so ciability. The next meeting will be in the form of an all day outing also at Long View park on Aug. 11. ' t Regular Aid Meeting. The ladies' aid society of the Second Christian church held a regular meeting yesterday after noon at the church. The afternoon waa apent in quilting and later a luncheon was served by a commit tee composed of Mesdames Lazen, McDonald and Ben Gahagen. Teachers' Training Class. Tha regular weekly meeting of the teachers' training class of the Fifteenth Avenue Christian church was held at the church last even ing. t The class, composed of 15 members, is taking a three months' course in bible study, to be grad uated as Sunday school teachers at the conclusion of the course. The class meets every Wednesday from S to I o'clock for a study period. Entertain far Oat-af-Tawa Guests. nrv loaia Trachtennarg enter tained at a pretty Informal party at her home, 1413H Eleventh treat, yesterday afternoon to hon v a group of out-of-towa guests. a. Sam Selgal of Kansas City, o HvURiag relatives ot her hus- TW ' Davenport. Mlaa Zora f Keawae City and Mlaa Klawaaa of Chicago, tha "V. rw avanae. U aa Selma Groar of Shrrva- L A. , The afternoon waa tpaat - . . , . - . . . eon party, a courtesy for Miss Nellie Cochran of Austin, Texas, who is the bouse guest of Miss Elinor Mueller of 2136 Brady street. Davenport, and who has i been the honoree at a lengthy ser ies of affairs. Covers were laid for eight The table was effectively decorated with bright garden flow ers. The afternoon hours follow ing the luncheon were spent with informal sociability. regular weekly meeting at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the church. The Juniors are planning to give a party on Aug. 25. Schroeder. Acker. Rock Island friends of both the bride and bridegroom will be in terested in the following detailed day, Aug. 1, will be attended by her sister, Mrs. William Greenberg, while Mr. Greenberg will serve the bridegroom as best man. The wed ding will be celebrated at the home of the bride and Rabbi Scudder of the congregation of Bnai Ames synagogue will officiate. There will be some thirty-five or more rela account of the marriage of Miss : tives and friends as guests. Tne 6 Mae Acker, a teacher at the Rock I o'clock ceremony will be followed Island high school, to .Walter N. i by a wedding supper and the young Schroeder of Snrinefield. formerly : people will leave during the even- of this city, which took place at ' ing for an eastern wedding ' trip Knox-Mnemlres. Miss Lucy Elizabeth Ninemires, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ninemires of 1413 Fortieth street was wedded to Charles B. Knox, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Knos of 1700 twenty-ninth stret, at a home wedding ceremony solbmnlzed at 8 o'clock last evening at the home of the bride's parents. Rev. W. G. Oglevee, pastor of the South Park Presbyterian church, officiated, . in the presence of some forty relatives and the single ring service was used. The wedding march was play ed by Mrs. W. G. Oglevee. The borne was prettily decorated for the occasion with quantities of garden flowers in the dainty sum-! mer flower shades, and the vows were taken in the living room. Pre ceding the ceremony there had been a wedding dinner served for 10 of the immediate relatives of the bride and bridegroom. The bridal gown was a charming frock of white organdy with which she carried an arm bouquet of bride's roses.. She was attended by her sister, Mrs. E. E. Craft on, nee Miss Viva Ninemires, a bride of the early part of the month, who wore her wedding gown ot white. Her costume was completed with a cor sage ot sweet peas. Mr. Crafton served the bridegroom as best man. Forty guests were served the two-coursed wedding supper . fol lowing the congratulatory session. Mr. and Mrs. Knox left last night for Ottumwa, the former home of the bride, a here they will spend their honeymoon. They will be at home upon their return at the home ot the bridegroom's parents, 1700 Twenty-ninth street The bride has made many friends here during her few years' resi dence. She has been employed In the paymaster's department at the Rock Island arsenal. Mr. Knox is an arsenal employe al o. Hostess for Visitors. Miss Esther Fisher was hostess at a dancing party at her home, 2700 Seventh avenue, last evening, complimenting out-of-town visitors, Mrs. Sam Seigel ot Kansas City, Miss Blanch Klawans of Chicago, Miss Zora Taxman of Kansas City, formerly of Rock Island, and Miss Selma Groncr of Shreveport, La. Ahout forty tri-clty young people were the guests and the evening was spent in enjoyment of danc ing on the veranda, which was prettily decorated in the colors, pink and purple, and with garden flowers. At a late hour a delicious buffet luncheon was served on the veranda. Sacred Concert Enjoyed. The sacred concert given last ev ening in the church auditorium of the Immanuel Lutheran church was greatly enjoyed by a large number attending. The concert program was a sacred song service and or gan recital and consisted ot num bers given by the Schubert quartet of Concordia seminary, St Louis, and by Aarmtn Schroeder and Mar tin Strasen. Last evening's pro gram was the second one given by the Schubert quartet at the church. Gives Surprise Party for Daughter. Mrs. Edward Wangelin of Pleas ant Ridge entertained at a pleasant surprise party on her lawn last evening In honor of her daughter. Miss Blanche Wangelin, who is home from McComb Normal school. where she has been studying. About forty friends of Miss Wange lin were the guests. The lawn was prettily decorated and the evening was passed with games, musical selections on the piano and victrola numbers. A delicious luncheon was served by the hostess late In the evening. Jailer to Give Pity. The play to bo sponsored by the Junior aoclety of tha Cleland Pres-. byterian church at tha church to morrow evening is to be a very amusing on. The play la called "A Baby Show at Plnevllle" and 1s to.be followed by aa Interesting mlinalbiiss ii prograai eoaatatiBg of anelcal Maabara. readteaa. a the bride's home near Polo "Miss Ida Mae Acker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Acker of Pine View Farm, Polo, and Walter ! Shapiro Brothers, w. ocnroeaer or springneia, son or Mrs. Margaret Schroeder of Rock Island, were married at high noon last Thursday, by Dr. R. B. Peery of St Mark's Lutheran church of Polo. The double ring service was used, and the ceremony was per formed out under the pines on the lawn. "Miss Notavena Steck of Rock Island sang 'Love's Coronation,' and 'O, Premise Me,' accompanied by Mrs. Frank Hammer of Polo, after which the latter played Lohengrin's wedding march, to the strains of which the bridal party took their places on the lawn. "George and ' Robert Teets, nephews of the bride, acted as rib bon stretchers. They were follow ed by the groom and Ralph Booth of Rock Island, the best man. Irene and Florence Teets, attractive lit tle nieces of the bride, were flower girls. They wore white ruffled or gandie dresses with wide pink and blue satin sashes, and they carried baskets of pink sweet peas, pink and blue being the bride's colors. Keith Acker, little 4-year-old nephew of the bride, acted as ring bearer. "Next came the bride's maid, Miss Alfhild Axelson of Moline. Her gown was of pale pink georgette with which she wore a large leg horn hat trimmed in pale blue georgette, an9 she carried pink roses. Last came the bride on the arm of her father. Her gown, trimmed in Duchess lace, was of white georgette over white satin. She wore a full length veil, held in place by a double row of pearls, and she carried an immense bju- quet of white roses and stevia. Her only ornament was a necklace, of pearls, the gift of the groom. "During the service Mrs. Ham mer played softly and during the They will reside with the bride's parents upon their return. Mr. Sha piro is connected with the firm of ' Mrs. Ora Ann Hlnson has Just returned from the near east, where ! aha baa had charge of the baking , for just about the largest family imagiuaiMc . j - j bread for "her family" called for at i least eight and a halt tons of flour.; Mrs. Hinson s iamiiy consists, ur nnltl aama few .weeks ago, of some 45,000 Armenian refu-J gees and 1500 wounded Russian i soldiers, all of whom looked to her! for their daily rationa. : I It was a gigantic task for any-1 one to tackle, but it looked even bigger than it waa to the young) American business woman down in Swainsboro, Ga., whose activities before bad been limited to services for a law firm in the small town and making coffee and rolls for two In a neat southern bungalow. Mrs. Hinson's experience in the near east has given her this idea, "Once an American woman leaves her native shores she must- prove her-1 . . : CL. t-l sell equal to any uvrasmii. iim ia regarded everywhere as a . super-( woman ana sne musi mane guuu the title." Mrs. Hinson returned recently from Tiflis, Turkey. She asserts that there is nowhere in the world ii in ia. av j - - MENU HIST. Breakfast. Stewed Prunes with Seeds Re moved and Cavities Filled with Nuta. Cream of Wheat Cinnamon Toast . Coffe. Laaeheoa. . Potato Salad. Deviled Eggs. Brown Bread.' Strawberry Preserves. ' Cocoa. Dinner. ' " Pork Chop with Dressing. Browned Potatoes. Creamed Asparagus. ' Baked Apple Salad. Rhubarb Pie. Coffee. Recipe For a Day. Brown Bread Two-thirds cup bread crumb In tha bottom ant tha meat.' mixed with 'buttered crumbs, on top of this. Use left over gravy or a whit sauce to moisten. Flavor with celery or on ion, if desired. Sprinkle the top with crumbs. Bake In oven oaa- 5 , half hour. i . Egga Cooked With. Milk Cm one egg or more tor every person to be served. Break into a bowl, add salt and beat with an err. beater. Add to this same amount s of milk that you have of the egg, - ' Turn Into skillet which has a very ' small amount ot hot butter in it Stir constantly until all Is cooked, ? add paprika and serve. This Is f-v variation of the ever-present egg. Cake It can be mixed and in the ' " oven in 15 minutes: Three ergs ? Mia Sara H. ttcymour, molasses, one cup brown sugar, one ' one and one-half cups sugar, two cup lard, one cup buttermilk in ' and one-half cups sifted flour, one which one-half teaspoon of soda has half cup butter, two heaping table been dissolved, three scant cups ' spoons baking powder, one cup' graham flour, one and one-half cups ; milk. white flour, one or two teaspoons Cream and sugar and the butter ' baking powder and one-half cup Deat in tne wnole eggg stir m raisins. .1 the flour, to which the bakine now- Mix in order given. Fill round der has been added; lastly, add tha I pint tins a little over half full and milk. This seems to add tender where the dollar can be made go ! the wet days of the ante-prohib ness to the finished product It where the aoiiar can oe mane go. . - . p . rh nreagfti Have should be beaten verv well (v.f butcher cut pork chops about one , baking. Halt ot this recipe makes inch in thickness. Melt one table- i a good sized cake, and any sort of spoon of butter in frying pan; put j frosting may be used. in chops and try until sugniiy ,.,Ha tr Hn innr than in the era. near east today. She also remarked j ThCj kitchen and lunchroom was ii,., -fnr living on a 'minimnm ' opened to the public a short time wage ord." the Armenians hold the rec- Wcnien's Kitchen Success. Outing at Campbell's Island. Fourteen Lady Eagles enjoyed the outing yesterday afternoon and evening at Campbell's island. The company went to the resort shortly after lunch and enjoyed the early afternoon hours playing cards on' the inn veranaa. Mrs. josepn uroie gut took the first prize, Mrs. Charles Lattig the second and Mrs. William Gabel the all-cut favor. Later some of the members , en joyed a swim and this was followed by a 6 o'clock dinner served at a table spread on the veranda. A part of the company remained at the inn for the evening. Social Announcements. The annual Sunday school picnic ot the Second Christian church will be held next Wednesday afternoon at Long View park. Members of the Sunday school and church are asked to come and bring a picnic basket. after the wartime prohibition law became effective. During the last year, in this con verted saloon, known as the I People's Kitchen. 126 096 meals The restaurant business of the! were served at an average cost to Association for Improving the ( the patrons of about 23 cents a Condition of the Poor, which has j meal. Prices are obviously low. been conducted by women for more i The kitchen provides a meat or fish than a year in an old-time saloon order with potatoes and a choice of j quarters cup of hot water and pour in New York city, has grown to macaroni or beans for 20 cents. ;this over dry bread crumbs. Sea- X Cream Salad Pressing Thrw H ,1,, browned. Season, remove from pan. lay in roaster and put a heaping j Bpoon of oUve 0 tnre ub,e tablespoon of dressing on each i f vmeKar one eee one tparl: chop. Put a little water In bottom uXo. on ZJSTZ of roaster and bake for one hour. on6bM ga To make dressing: After remov- Beat all these Ingredients together lng chops from pan add three- and cook until like thick creant Set aside to cool. such an extent that the association ; Soup, coffee, tea, cocoa and milk has been forced to obtain larger are 5 cents each. A new full course quarters, which, curiously enough, j special dinner is being instituted were also occupied by a saloon in ' which will cost only 33 cents. It has been humorously suggested that by living so long Mme. Sarah Bernhardt the eminent French actress, is defeating her own ends, Of Interest to Women j One of the most successful auc tioneers in London is a woman. Mrs. Agnes Gilmour, a Scottish centenarian, knitted 200 pairs of socks for soldiers during the war. The success of Ida May Parks as a motion picture director has been equalled by few men in the profes sion. Theda Bara, the famous "vamp" of the films, says her ideal of a hus band is a man who would be agree able before breakfast. Under the new system of con tinuous education in England, girls Wales, announces that women who attire themselves in some of the present day fashions will not be permitted to partake of the sacra ment in his church. The present vogue for painted furniture in England owes its suc-i cess chiefly to the efforts of Lady Kinloch, who decided upon this method to provide unknown artists with a medium for getting their work before the public. In China the bride-elect sends her future husband his wedding dress. son to taste and mix in one well- beaten egg. Baked Apple Salad Core six ap ples and put in baking dish. Fill center with brown sugar and a lump of butter in each. Bake as Good Sandwiches. French rolls, meat of chicken, two tablespoons chopped tongue or ham, one sweet green pepper, four stuffed olives, one small pickle, one usual, basting with a little hot wa- i tablespoon capers, mayonnaise and ter. Then chill. Mix together one-: papnaa. half cup chopped peanuts, one Cup j Take the ordinary French rolls, cubed marshmallows and three-' cut' off the top and save it; scood ( quarters cup of mayonnaise. Cover out all the crumbs. Chop fine and apple and garnisn witn currani . mix au together, the olives, pickle, jelly. i capers and green pepper. Chop the Scalloped Beef This is made' tongue and chicken fine. Mix all from leftovers from a roast Chip together with mayonnaise dressing the meat or grind in the food chop- and fill the roll, put on the top and pers with the coarse knife, discard ing all except the lean. If there is any fat, it may be used sparingly.' carefully in the lunch basket I Butter the casserole, put a layer of they do not tip over. so for she has already tested her coffin of 14 to 16 in domestic service are Ko nmt om-l by sleeping in it and some thirty years ago she had a tomb erected for herself in Pere Lachaise ceme tery in Paris. The tomb is a mag nificent affair of marble and she has frequently visited it and heaped it with flowers. liable to go to school. Mrs. W. O. Wood has been elect ed vice president and director of a large machinery and factory sup plies corporation of Columbus, Ohio. In various squares and other public places in London are to be seen statues of Queen Anne, Queen The daughter of a Parisian artist i Elizabeth, Queen Victoria, and Ko c. o. D. Ko Approval was married recently in a bridal gown of white satin beautifully and uniquely painted by the friends and colleagues of her father. The colors used were so dainty and deli cate that, strange to say, the effect of the dress was most beautiful and harmonious. Queen Alexandra, 'Aecompanied only by her dog",! Miss Hazel Brink walked from her home in San Francisco to Mitchell, S. D.J to attend the recent Holiness camp meeting held in the latter place. A' Catholic priest of Cardiff, ",BBBIBiSoU5FcJROATADSUVrSaw TIIR Rt'Sv STORK ON FIFTH AVRNI'R. No Pham Orftm No O. O. 0 -No Cxchang, No Approval Shopping Tomorrow Will Be Exceedingly Profitable at This Store in the Tallin uiormai i sons f er left Oregoi Gov' The ernor - "In the W I am i annou: points lions, that I out o come have ii Cblcsg bars o Ing th Tbomi Thi r ent. wrap with parafnne paper, fringed 1 tftt dl and twisted at the ends. Pack . I , be us peculii 'l'ne to add issued, that tl remov: may b in the , Wbe effort lacted faction way si becami Th F flrst o the. U tatem official Thorn t (ace th mlssioi e ct ine. 'ately has ui litlcall No I END SALES iff n i 15he Knox Hat for Fall Will grace, the fashionably gowned woman in a wondrous variety of modish, charming styles. A well tailored hat that has no equal. Original blocks that reach the peak of sar torial perfection. The overwhelming im pulse of every woman is to have at least one KNOX HAT. We are now showing a beautiful assortment of extremely clever FALL MODELS. See them in Millinery Section, 2nd floor of our 3rd avenue store. ' Take advantage of the one-day sales now in progress. There is economy in selections made tomorrow. 1 The Following Items Priced Very Low for Friday Only i Z.SmQob2& Co: "ROCK 15LAN D. ILL US& a y t Exclusive Agents for the KNOX HAT in Rock Island. Men's nainsook athletic union suits, all sizes, one day Dnly atfil 1 si: $1.00 Women's union suits, wide or cuff knee, all sizes, E(lr each 81x90 bleached sheets, srnnrlarrl mnkps. limit 4 to a customer, O ft A O &aaaaaaaa flTlT each Women's silk gloves, white, black and some novelties, all sizes, one S... ...50c Women's fiber silk boot hose, colors, gray, Cor dovan, black, white, pLirkand.b,.ue:$i-00 45-inch e m b r o idery voile and org a n d y flouncing, small lot of about 50 yards, values to $5.00, one Cf A A day only, yard PlUU Dress scarfs, 12 dozen in lot, lace edged with in serts, embroidery scal loped edge, 10 to select from, each ...... styles 59c Women's silk boot hose, lace and dro -t?tch ef fects, navy .brown, black, gray and white, one day only, each Fancy ribbons, plaids and floral patterns, 5 to 6 inches wide, fir one day only . . . Extra large, heavy weight bath towels, one day only, ' fXc each ... ... One table ivory pow der boxes, hair " receiv ers, trays, at each ... . , 25c Special lot black silk moire bags, all the pea- 1 i 443 SI son's latest at 1 2 Price Unbleached LT muslin standard brand, limit 01 10 yards, one ?fif . t.. a vw Wash goods, printed voiles, silk stripe voiles, etc., $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, all in one lot, one day only, yard . Men's ties, 4 for . $1.00 tubular wash 50c Dresser scarfs, fine filet edges, -scalloped, em broidery, some dresser sets in lot, 15 patter to select from, one day oily. , 1,00 each ... . . . 10 Pc C( ex Ri ho Sv pe tfr 3 Ci Sc $1 ro 91 $1 dr 50 re; 2 2 2 u pa Jl U L l. - ' -