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Ha that Ml wlfe'e chart that Had dragged her by tha arm waa l Dial ulna that he took her lata, d pool hall to faco a man who frad Circulated one of tha ttoriea. land who claimed that Mrs. Baalaa fiad Uld that aba would hare Bern aa' landed la jail ahould ha come ara. - Aa Mra. Bemlaa haa obtained tdMrea tho court ruled that any 0 taction now orer tho cnitody of tha children mnit be brought by Vowiloa taroigk thd court and or ered hint to either tako each action or remain allaht, laanlng a warning an not to again interfere with ffna wlleyball touraaxaaat waa won tT tho tQaaa atjaaiail ay F. Tao TlutaaffrtiBf anaoi taadad ay u aaoaao of tao T. M. C oy ja Cxta Ctm aad aaw-a by fcA.,Joaaaoa- Tao USiti of the vsa by Or. I- A U i. joa oKiatf tkatittror wlil 'wo aboaM be MkfuL UawUat CT-lel tJfiww Bar- Ja, eklaf al llatbct LU oorpe, Oattad atf gwWnr-aat a- aara, wUl r" 'X Ce tmltory aaxt iWf acatt' kw roate of aMOl twMadag O biMa atorlai will tea a leaturo ai tea aext Buooar attetawa meat. mg. "to tka POB BBihOeT tlal to Sworn," an Ulan traced . hMtoncai tratateto ob tab tmtm w( tho ana, will bo artoa by Oataaat a A. Kjotb at the T. at & A. ataoday at I atloek. , ' Delicious When mide with GOLDfttyf Flourthat pure spring wheat flour-fclcted wheat to assure ecoftomy and quality. Guaran teed t6 give satisfactory bak ing results or your money back PLUS ten per cent GOLDRIM FLOUR v.- SHOE PRICES , - - aaawA. tUmm- m ' - DROP I-1'"" ... f J 3 In keeping with the spirit of the times and the ever in creasing demand for lower prices we have decided to take our loss now and give the men and women of this yicinity some real shoe values: Hundreds of Pairs of High Grade Men's and Women's Shoes Have Been Selected from Our Stock; and Begin-' ning Tomorrow MoY&raf Will Bo Offered to the Pub lic at t To Appreciate These - Values See Our Window Display To Appreciate Values See Our Window Display ' ; Shoes that formerly sold as high as $15.00 are included in this lot Taking into Consideration the price, the quality and the fitting service we believe this to be the greatest value giving ever offered in the Jri-Cities. ...... . L 0 Bert 90m teiU mi oil ik lmtt let mi colan iMaU sbes ami aidtk$ to aacet the rtquirtwunU aV evergtmdg. We caM fit yarn perfect! Fcrcbsrg's Boot Shop 413FiteSireet ' 7TS j v -I. - . !" !f , - ;"' '-'' :-' V" ' r' " ' ' ' i 1 1 u . :' " " f "i ,;. ,- , 1,. ,.,.,. - , -, ..,. , . .. .... ' .11 i the etof e thtt cost cf, living '-" . torn, r ! 11CIW ESruEtJT STC74S M0LR34LL. If it isn't fiihi ' tctfus. 'Well make; it right' Children's Story Hour . : ATS Asrwiiy jtoawt trili tU femr atorles aeeft t the children i are tare to like. Mitt Sermh Bennett will Greet teti. The oMg rule at tha etteh child too foumg fa w alone mutt cone with mother or on older deter (under li). UMheH echo cortte kith children under 6, icUl be welcome: ' ' t- a ' , : . .An , ,- Fcr Saturday, ti Slcro Full cf Barffdiu 11 in ma mi i ii MMaaananwaaaawaaaMaalaaiaS v , , - All over this great ki store striking proofs that you cam save by buying here. In the MiUinerri Hat at Half. 7"" Velvet and plnsl W' for school girhf plain black with fia pom pons; all arotad hats for every da v wear; were ffttftif $4.93 down to U.91 baturday they e0 a exacUyHalfPHcei' a a j urn - - aBak Serte, triootbe, SSt and Satin Dresses for $15.00. Serge and tricotine dressoa that two weeln ago' today sold fast at $23.00, have been taken front the cases and put on this rack of silk and serge dresses at $15.00. You'll at once recognize the magnitude of this inoney saving offer when you see the dresses; $25.00 dresses going at $15.00. For the Woman Who Wants a More Elabor ate Dress. w Satin and serge, also all serge 'and tricotine. dresses; touched With vivid hued beads or subdued yarnt; every dress delightful; $72J0 down to $25.00. . Saturday, All Day; ' Ladies' fUuxslette towns, lane foil extra atea; anmncra ' 18, J and 90; the S&5 UaSier $146. , Here's Anojier All Day Saturday Petticoat Bar gain: ladles' $1.45 ani $1.95 Seated aettieeati; afak ar Mae atriped; Me." . Art Needlework. Miss Johnson says she now has some of the art suggestions in French knots and cross stitch designs "You've been wanting so long." - :, - ' Stamped linen colored pil lows, Scarfs and centers in French knot and cross stitch designs. Package complete with needed thread; $2L25, $1.75 and $1.50. A fresh supply of pure linen stamped centers, 27-inch, 36 inch, 45-inch and 54-inch sizes. Also scarfs to match in 1$ by 45, and 18 and 54 sizes. New linen pillow covers and scarfs to match, all finished with fringe; $1.25 each. Men's and Boys Furnishings; Boys' $12.50 blue serge " suits for $3.50. ' Boys' $12.00 wool mixed suits for $7.50. n Boys' $10.00 cassimere suits for $3.50. Boys' corduroy suits (only a small lot), $3.97. Men's $8.50 and $10.00 silk shirts, including crepe dd chine and silk jersey; $6.50. 4 Big Bargains from the Third Floor; ISM arm racket, quartered oak rati eeata, Ugh back. Tery eeafertaMe, SAM. Sj81aaef'eCTrlireaers, $1.75 nay eattan Maaketo, 48x74, wUle they laat ($1A pair. $15 Naahaa wool ma plmM bfaadieta, 72x80, win tar watcht, creebeted cage, cheiee ei ptekb, $.. In the Infants' Depart ment: ' Baby blankets, pink or bluet shell crocheted edge, 34x36, have been $1.48; for tfcis sale, S8c. , PetticoaU, 2 to 6 years,' worth 79c, flan nelette flounce with muslin waist, 45c each. Little folks' bath robes, 2 to 6 years, (a good Christmas pres ent) ; made to sell up to $2.98; choice for $1.98. Little folks' stock ings, ages to 5 years (seconds of 25c qual ity) two pairs to each at 12c pair. ' Winter Coats That Mark the Wearer As "Well Dressed." Pluah coats; coats of fur fabric; all-wool velour, Yalama ' and pom-pom coats; generous wrappy collars of fur or self ma terial: coats of latest cuts but not extreme styles; $79.50, $54.00, $47.50, $35 and $27.50. Here are about 50 up-to-the- minute, fur trimmed , and p cloth coats. Good lines, not undesirable style among them. These are a bargain not to be "passed up," as inspection will prove. Choice; 2 lots: $25.00 and $15.00. New Ideas in Neckwear. With taffeta and satin, the fabric for dress wear, it is quite natural that vestings of these materials should be extensively worn, too. These satin and taf feta ruffling in navy, black and -red, come in various widths at 85c and 65c a yard. - New lace "GilSetts" (lace fronts with attached collar); $3.25 down to $1.25. Net bandings of lace, ruffles and puffings; cream or white; $1.50 and $1.25 yard. ' New eyelet embroidery col lars, also collar and cuff sets; exact copies of old colonial pat terns; $1.50 down to 50c In the Corset Department: Bandeau Conf iners, 35c Pink mesh bandeau con-. fin era; usually 69c, go Sat urday at 35c each. Ladies pink brocaded lam fc?a 11 anl I 11 m it.m m a a V 3 ' . 1 ,,. Ill corsets; back lacing, well . made; new corsets that eas ily match the $4.00 corteti in stock; not $4.00 however, but $2.00 a pair. Groceries, Saturday: !f::" H Best creamrey butter, one pound to each for 55c ' J Fresh Baltimore oysters, solid pack, 69c quart Milk bread, home-made style, two waves to each for 15c Santas coffee, S pounds tar SSc. Snew applet, S lbs. for 23c large head rite, 2 Tbt. far 25c. Fresh Calif ernia eraagea, Ste oatea. -Jiffy JeO" 2 afcga. tor 25e. New Fttberta, 2Se lb. Kew Bo k wheat Sour, 10-Ib. aag 19c . "hot Cabin" naple ayrap, 45a caa. Saadwleh meat, aliecd, 45c Ih. Bon clean cottage ham, 48e lb. Cooked pork teaderlolo, half poaad tar S3e. . Boaeten eodflsh, SOc ponnd 0ackif. Pink aahnoa, tall can. Sic New salt auckerel, 20e each. Caanbell'a tomato soup, 2 caai l sac ii a v Qur New York buyer has just sent us 200 10-inch SI. 00 records. Evenr kind: sonars, instrumental. Quar tets, dances, etc. These $1.00 records go on sale Saturday at 59c each. t COUNITY GROCERS 631 17th St J326 20th St 132S 30th St . SOGARBlOc NAVY WHITE BEANS1- OC 10 lbs, best ......... ...... EVAPORATED MILK Cir Danish Pride, small cans : . . . . V2 AUNT JEMIMA . !Or ; Pancake Flour, a pkg. . . .v. ,;A ?,r CALF SPINACH- 1 Q , Percan :.oc PILLSBURY FLOUR- CI CA 24V2lb.sack .A,y SALAD DRESSING- OQr -Durkee's. large bottle TOMATOES- ll,, - No.2can 1C PEAS- 49r Sweet and tender. 3 cans . . . . : .... "j, i PEABQIRY .COFFEE; ; $1 Q0 Is in M m Hmes vw . Domestic and .ing f lightly marred $36.50 Wellworth, guaranteed 15 years, Reg.' $37; now,. 77. .$240 Free, guaranteed for life, Reg. $95; thssale $49 00 White, guaranteed for life, Reg. $105; this sale $59-00 We are the Exclusive Tri-City Agents for the Rotary White S3 219-221 W. 2nd St Davnporti lows.; i . Oldest and Largaat Sewing Machine Oealera in lewa.