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f EASTER Gowns for Spring and Summer 47 1 Kil r..v;.is v .;; ... it jL-iJtjrs- i .... .. .. ,. r. .t"fSXti. "-H3 frf-riv.-hs-TlMClJ?. nil111"" """ " ! 1 iLlsSssS&EIlr't r-- t "Tci . 1 f . o-rr--r.rr.lr Wonderful Colors and Weave Thelvery Best Choice of Fashion 't'&"'utM L1 t 1 crrrl Sill Mi ' n i ' -. I I I - -c- : k ' - i ' ' " , - ! ' - I, j 1 , - ' ' ' ,' ' iJllllUUil Hill I 1L I II .11. I ! i .III.- I I I' MM I ii w -yt J f,-rt; 1 a 3 t-9fyi ' :' '' . I7 1 tit' 1 '"'' "' I Mi In spite of an tne noyeuy bum t.ui, wonderful colore and weaves, th0 leminine heart remains contsant to the softly veiling folds of chiffon and georgette crepe, for formal afternoon and even gowns. Channeuse and the supple high luster satins that come into the fashion' world each year wearing various names, old and new, are very lovely and are used frequently for evening gowns, but the thin, transparent softness of chiffon gives the Ideal summer fabric. v, Charming Millinery at- Welcome to Our New Home They're ready for your Inspection. Every hat In line and at Its best -of making and design, new from the cleaver hands of the leading milli ners. Each one individually attractive and charmingly expressing the very latest vogue. mi-- Men's Department That means your Spring suit should make its debut no later thai that day, If you would be in the front rank of those correctly clad. Our Springs suits are ready for you, Styles are different Patterns are different Everything the Best Prices Lowest NORMAL PRICES RETURNING "One statistician has estimated that there are in this country today con structive expenditures totaling five billion dollars, which are hesitating to begin on account of the high prices of materials and labor," writes H. H. ( Windsor, In May Popular Mechanics j magazine. "It is evident that an in dividual or corporation Is reluctant to erect a building which today will cost hira $100,000, if he feels that six months or a year hence he can dupli cate the same identical structure for $60,000 or $70,000. However, there Have You Tried The New Bakery? We have opened, on Plne Street, In the Eureka Hotel Building, the Pure Brand Bakery and we aro prepared to serve the public with Pure Brand Bread, Cakes, Cookies, Piet and all Bakery Products. Everything absolutely Clean and Sanitary Telephone No. 17 for Prompt Deliveries Give ua the opportunity to prove that we deserve your patronage Pure Brand Bakery U. Q. BATES and G.S. THOMSON, Props. is a certain patriotic element in all this, and If everybody waits for the bottom price, we will all suffer from the inevitable stagnation, and com plete resumption will be indefinitely postponed. The policy of the found er of the Rothschild banking house, which was to !buy securities neither at the lowest prices, nor to sell at the 'highest, ad which the baron uemom.trutert ro successfully, Is not u bad oiie just now. There is. more over, the probability that a building, erected at more than at normal cost, mny furnish the opportunity for con rhctlng. for some years at least, a brr.lnww at profits which will warrant the unusual expenditure. There Is always a "happy medium" eome whero between the abnormally high nid nbnormal'y low, which is usually difficult of determination, but which Is warranted and advisable. "Some building materials have al ready fallen In price; a substantial reduction in niauy others will doubt less produce sreater profits at the end of twelve months, by reason of Increased sales, or sales which would otherwise not be made at all, than 'y trying arbitrarily to maintain war prices, which is ultimately impossi ble. The Sales Department of the War Department, which has the dis posal of hundreds of millions of dol lars of raw and manufactured pro ducts bought for war purposes and no longer needed, has already arranged f.r the release of certain commodi ties. The lumber associations have been authorised to commence the -?.1e of the vast quantities of lumber on the Government's account and ex pect to clean up the entire surplus in -Jx months. The copper Interests, representing ninety percent of the American producers, expect to dis pose of the Government's holding of copper in fifteen months, or less. So dium nitrate and hardwood lumber no a'.so now for release. Other lines will follow as rapidly as arrangements can be made, and all without 'break ing' the market, though prices will naturally be less than war-time prices. A fair start has been made toward settlement with the thous ands of contractors and sub-contrac tors, although the process is less rap- Id than could be desired. On the whole, we are recovering from condi tions of the 'day after' quite as rapid ly as should be expected." PASTORAL P'. Purl pellucid pools, Placidly pacific, Pretty posies peep, Plenteously prolific! Purple pansies pose Pensively pathetic. Tious parsons preach Pulpit prose prophetic! ' Poly-petaled plum Pollen-pelted pluming Prim pomona's puffs Pleasantly perfuming! Pebble-padded paths, Prickly plants projecting. I Passing partridge plead I Passive pets protecting! Patient plowman plod j Primitive possessions, i Pristine pastures please J Picnicking processions! Prosody pedantic. Prosy papers print Pastorals pageantic. Cartoon Magazine. BEAUTIFUL NEW LINE OF Easier and Commencement Hats JUST RECEIVED MISS NUNA PATTON Many farms need drainage. That , it pays to drain land there is abun dant evidence. Tile will do the work when it Is put In right. Hand ditch ing is hard to heat, if the work is done right. Machine ditching, however, is generally cheaper, quicker, and the work is done -well, if a reliable man does It j POSSIBILITIES OF AN i ! EASTER HAT 1 Miss Van Vleck had been reading some newspaper joke That suggested a sectional hat But, thinking the plan might be feas- ii loie, spoKe: "I believe there Is some sense in that. This man says, if bookcases thus can De bought And gradually paid for, a hat surely ougni. Now, Easter was coming, and new nais were high. Miss Van Vleck's stock of cash was quite low, But she found a sweet straw thing as blue as the sky, Trimmed with roses as white as the snow. So springlike it looked and so dainty and sweet And the price not beyond what her purse could well meet When the spring wai eU past and the summer had come Miss Van Vleck saw no good reason why She should not take a short from her home To celebrate Fourth of M So she touched up her headg' red roses new And looked patriotic In rem and blue. But the autumn came on, tfH drew near. Miss Van, Vleck thought lt1 would pay her To add to her hat till sure onnlri hnar Of her father's election When she heard it her stf ceived one more gectloi A fine .rooster's tail .to "o election! Prof. Fulton, of the FTnortTnant Station at Or B.WUUCtlu Bfj appeared on new grapetm1' hA state. 5PW 0vauo yai va V. " lime sulphur solution fl and also control rust, m " nesta writ, for the Wm "O I N C "O" .1 ELECTRIC JI IL Kentucky Ave. Klblr Hotel Annen Battery "Maybes" Maybe your battery Is In perfect condition. Maybe the water level Is A two-minute hydrometer up Just where it ought to be test will give you exact flg inch above the plates), urea on the state of charge Maybe the battery is being ot every celL kept chargsd as it should be. Qr better yet, call on us But why take a Aim! and do ttese for X elance into each cell . , . i"l tpU you just whore thn '011 n(1 f1 "ttt benflt .rter leel Is. of VVUlard consulting service. one.lSr5 ?2J5$" bad h t0 buyb 3ut because wme d!S ' et th be8t- accept a f f tbM Trl808 .dealer h" W on hand and mt to ret rid of"- S a WMard than It does to buy a substitute. ant a WILLARD. Do Tor thtnr ahead of takes no loner t k uu un ana wants to gei r . U)n8er t0 bny a Wlllard than it a v v.Mtnte a later you had uc" w uu' uuo New wnilm rlfcJSS1 JL RO. Do your wishing ahead c RUBBER THREAD Batteries in stock for all cars.