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- . THE OMAHA SUNTD XV HF.R APRIL U) i ortst
I
V.
Telephone
Spseial Sale oS UmbreDas, Itaday
of
Just
AJrlTad.
The Lusltanla.
The newest
style In col
lars. Ask to
,nee It at our
Men's Depart
ment. 2 for
25c.
Monday Great Special Sale of Fine Imported
Brussels Net Lace Curtains
NOTICE THE WONDERFULLY LOW PRICES
For the parlor, these dainty Brussels Net Curtains have always been the favorites The graceful de
Blfns are executed on sheer dainty nets by the skillful hands of Swiss manufacturers. There 1b no other one
thing that adds so greatly to the dainty finish of the parlor furnishings, than these pretty Brussels Net
Curtains.
Our $4.00 Brussels Net Curtains
at (3.25 pair.
Our $4.60 Brussels Net Curtains
at $3.48 pair.
Our $3.75 Brussels Net Curtains
at $4.25 pair.
Our $.00 Brussels Net Curtains
at $4.75 pair.
3
run rim ir fa:
THOMSON'S "GLOVE-FITTING"
CORSETS
hare been famous throughout the world for models of excel.
lenrjr and graceful effect. This season's latest Invention in
these well known corsets will be found in the
NEW GRAND DUCHESS MODELS
The patented feature (illustrated) consists of a separate
transverse and horisontal section. By this device the proper
support Is given where most needed, carrying all excess flesh
from front to back, preserving the flat line at the abdomen,
and prmannll creating in the figure a rounded
' waist and flowing lines.
7
They ara called "Glove.
Fittias" Decease (hey (It
oi well and feel aa roa
Ic-tsbleasaUne kid Slova
NJFW
GRAND DUCHESS
Prices $2 and $3 Each
Our Millinery la different from that shown In other stores; different In style; different In workman
ship; and the way we obtain our style and elegance la different. We don't trust to luck.
Kach year our Millinery buyer," Miss Alice Fenner. who Is widely known for her good Judgment of
Millinery Styles, goes to the great fashion shops of Paris and selects personally the millinery which attracts
most 'of the Omaha women to our department. In making personal selections. Miss Fenner obtains styles that
are exclusive. They are shown only here. Now, don't judge from this, that we show only Imported hats,
Kar from it. Huch well known American designers as Qerhardt. Fielding and Gage Bros, contribute to our
attractive showing of high class millinery each season. Our own works, room also adds many chic models,
ss Miss Dettnier. chief of our designing staff, makes frequent visits to Eastern markets. In order to keep In
rinse touch with Dame Fashion's newest whims. When you consider all these advantages, don't you thing It
Is worth your while to huy your millinery at a store whera you get exclusive style and elegance? And our
allowing Is brond enough to satisfy most every taste and purse. Our salespeople are alwxys attentive and
willing to show gooda even If you are only looking. Millinery Department, Second Floor.
We sell McCall's
celebrated Patterns.
wnatnrs aa to Its effect; and that It had
not been drawn with deliberation and care,
;is author himself saying ho had drawn
it hastily and that It might not cover the
in bo. Having had ona law on this sub
ject declared unconstitutional. It has been
Vur deslra that this bill be kept free from
all doubtful matter. In view of this, and
of the fart that tba adoption of such an
amendment might causa the reference of
tha bill to the houss committee when It
was returned to that body, which reference
trouJd mean a dangerous delay at such a
lata day In tha session. It waa our ho pa
that tha amendment would not be adopted.
"H. R. FULLER.
'National legislative representative. Broth
V. whood of Locomotive Engineers, Brother-
hood of Locomotive Firemen and En
gtnemea,,. Brotherhood of Railway -Trainmen."
, .
Minor Matters at Capital.
it. C." refers of Omaha and daughter are
In Washington on a brief visit. This morn
ing Representative . Hitchcock introduced
Mr. Peters and Miss Peters to tha president.
Mrs. A. P. Wells of McCook. Neb., Is In
Washington, the guest of Representative
and Mrs. Norris.
Representative Norris has received an in
vitation to address the guests of the Chi
cago I .aw school at their annual banquet
next week. Mr. Norris. however, owing to
tha pressure of congressional business, waa
furced to decline..
Orders have been Issued for the estab
lishment of city delivery service on Au
gust 1, next., at the following named post
offices: North Platte, Neb., with three
letter carriers, one substitute carrier and
sixteen street letter boxes; Algona, la., with
three letter carriers, one substitute carrier
and ten street letter boxes.
All other bids recently asked for tha
construi-tlon of a sluiceway and flume In
connection with tha Lower Yellowstone
Irrigation project In Montana and
North Dakota, having been rejected,
tha Informal proposal of Mr. J aims
Burton of Delhi, la., has been accepted
and tba contract awarded him. Tha con
tract amounts to $11,062.
The application of Adam Richardson,
Joel McAnally, J. W. Wlsley, D. J. O'Keefe
05.00 FOR A NAME
"The New Store" which has been opened
In the old Hughes' grocery location at
14th and Duuglaa. Is offering $5.00 rash
for a aul table Mine.
Thla firm Is operating a new kind ef
rtnie, one department being a 'high class
tut prlre fruit and vegetable department,
and the other devoted to high grade
farrtly wine, etc., also at tut prices. The
eend'-r r the name adopted will receive
a five tllsr bill. AdJres, "The New
bUm" 1103 Douflaa,
Douglas 618 Ketches All Departments
commcncino at 8 A.. IVt.
Three lively specials that will cause quick buying
Monday. Who would struggle along with an old and
leaky umbrella and imminent risk to clothes, when n
good one may bo bought for m little as these! The
handles are in a very "choosy" variety
pretty and effective styles.
100 Wnmcn'i J
Inoh Umbrellas, hlark
union taffeta silk,
with selvagn edge,
pretty handles of
pearl and gold, gun
mml, sterling silver
and plnln wood ef
fects, fine, value at
J 00, Mondays vonr
choice,, at, racH, 90.19
100 Womrt'i hlsck
piece dyed taffeta
Milk Umbrellas, sel
vagn edge, fine vsr
' lety of plain and
fancy handle. These
Umbrella are con
sidered good values at
12 00. your choice
Monday at each 91.39
100 Sunshine Taffeta Silk Umbrella, in black,
plain or fancy handles, extra fine value at
$1.60, your choice Monday, at, cg
Onr $.S0 Brussels Net Curtains
at $4.95 pair.
Our $7.00 Brussels Net Curtains
at $5.25 pair.
Our $8. B0 Brussels Net Curtains
at $5.48 pair.
Our $9.25 Brussels Net Curtains
at $6.95 pair.
A Word About Our Millinery.
and L. F. Michael to organise tha Getty e
burg National bank of Gettysburg, 8. D.,
with $25,000 capital, has been approved by
the comptroller of the currency.
Rural carriers appointed for Iowa rural
routes: Greenfield, route S, Pearl C. Hall,
carrier; Marlon Rogers, substitute; Oak
land, route 4, Joseph A. Johnson, carrier;
Harry E. Johnson, substitute.
The postmasters of Cedar Rapids, la.,
and Mitchell, 8. D.. will be allowed an
additional letter . carrier to begin service
May .
PRESIDENT OPPOSES COMMISSION
Hopes Clvle Federation Measarc Will
Del Throngs.
WASHINGTON, D. C. April W.-Presl-dent
Roosevelt stated today that ha would
oppoaa any bill providing a commission
to consider tha subject of amendments to
the Sherman antl-truat law. The Mer
chants' association of New York and sev
eral other business organisations are send
ing circular letters throughout tha country
suggesting a commission to consider the
whole subject and make recommendations
to tha next session of congress. .Tha presi
dent takes the position that congreaa and
the country, fully understand the question
and he believes that there should be action
at thla session. The president, as Is well
known, favors tha Hepburn bill, which was
prepared by the Civic Federation, and he
la. of tha opinion that this bill", Wu.ch waa
prepared after long deliberation by the
federation and governmental and congres
sional leaders, fully covers tha demands
of the times.
The opinion at the White House Is that
a commission would merely delay action.
The Hepburn bill is one of the measures
that Representative Watson, tha repub
lican "whip" of tha house, told tha preil.
dent probably would not be reported by
the house judiciary committee before ad
journment. There Is no information avail
able as to whether the president's oppo
sition to a commission on this subject would
extend also to the proposition for a com
mission to consider the currency question.
MAJORITY CAi'CTI POSTPONED
HepahJIcan Leaders ei Heaae Will
Delay l'os f erence.
WASHINGTON, April 18.-The caucus of
republican "leaders of the house, which had
been tentatively called for next Tuesday
evening, has been postponed on account
of the delay In reporting the sundry civil
spproprlatlon bill. It is considered desir
able that thla bill shall have Immediate
attention when reported and that no other
measure, such as a financial or currency
bill, should be brought In even by a re
publican raucua In advance of this Impor
tant aupply measure.
"But." said Republican Whip Watson,
of
Bargain
Sqnare In
Baiemant
Special sale
remnants of
ilaln colored
r-hambrays and
fancy ginghams,
lengths from
8 to 10 yards,
regular 10c and
12 He goods,
Monday, at, per
yard 6o.
-..",r,!10 0. Bru"els Net Curtains
at $7.29 pair.
.'V.,!10 -5 Net Curtains
at $7.80 pair.
ii,"H-00 Brussels Net Curtains
at $8.00 pair.
..0."arJ!1S 2.5 Bruels Net Curtains
at $9.90 pair.
Trefousse Real Kid Gloves.
. For women of refined and fas
tidious taste, who want the top
notch style along with comfort
and good service.
16-button Trefousse Glace Kid
Gloves, In real French kid, black,
white and all the Easter shades,
per .pair, $4.00.
12-button Trefousse Glace Kid
Gloves, In real French kid, black,
white, tan, russet, brown and
navy, per pair $3.50.
8-button Trefousse Glace Kid
Gloves, In black, white, tan, brown
and grey, per pair $2.60.
Let our experts fit you.
Main Floor.
We sell Balduff 's
"we shall have a caucus and wa shall have.
a bill. It has been represented that there
la some doubt on these two points, but
there la none. The caucus is a sure thing,
but It will probably not come for a week
after the day at first determined upon."
PROCEEDINGS OV THE SENATE
Session Ore a pled with Bnlnsles ef
Ite Senators Morgan and Pvttns.
WASHINGTON. April W.-Tributes of re
spect to the memory of the late Senators
Morgan and Pettus of Alabama, both of
ahem died during the recess of congress
last summer, occupied nearly the entire
lestlon of the senate today. On both the
republican and democratic aiSes of the
chamber leaders who had known the Ala
bama senators during many yeara Joined
in giving their testimony as to tha splendid
qualities of mind and heart that had given
them enviable places in American history.
The District of Columbia appropriation bill
was reported during the day.
TAFT ENDORSES NKW LANDS BILL,
Secretary of War la Favor of Namlna
Waterways Commission.
WASHINGTON, April 18. Secretary
Taft filed today with the senate commit
tee on commerce hla formal .niinrpmnnt
Of Senator New lands' bill which provides
ior me sppointment of an Inland water
ways commission and tha aeneral m.
provement ef ,the water courses of the
cuunirjr.
FIREJSECORD.
. Metnedlst School Rarne.
POULTNEY. Vt., April 18.-About IM
boys snd girls were driven from their quar
ters in a five-story brick dormitory of the
Troy Conference academy today when the
structure was suddenly enveloped In tire.
The young people all escaped, although one
boy waa hurt by -fdmplng. The loss on
tha building and furnishings is estimated
st $S0.O0Q The school is maintained by the
Methodist Episronel church.
M Plnut Barns.
ITHACA. N. Y., April 17.-The Interna
tional Salt company's plant at Ludlowvllle,
eight miles nor;h of this rity, was burned
early today. The loss Is estimated at $1M,
OuO. The plant employed 1&0 men,' who will
be out of work. The fire is supposed to
have originated from spontaneous combus
tion In tha vaucum tank.
I'adertaklnar Establishment.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb., April :T (Spe
cial.) Fire this morning completely de
stroyed tha stork of J. C. Troyer, under
taker, and damaged the building, at leant
$0 per cent. The loss on stock s esti
mated at about $100 and on building
about $400. It Is practically covered by
Insurance, . ,
IDENTin OF LETTER WRITER
Lilkj Investigation Reaches Interest
in; Stage.
EX-SENATOR THURSTON INVOLVED
Testimony that Anonymans Missives
Were Written on Similar Type
writer to One In Lake Com
pany'a Office. ,
WASHINGTON. April 1.-Handwrltinf
experts Were called todey before the spe
cial committee of the house which Is in
vestigating the charges brought by Repre
sentative L-llley of Connecticut that mem
bers of the bouse had been improperly In
fluenced by the Electric Boat company in
thd matter of submarine boat legislation.
Chairman BoUtell stated at the outset ef
the session that of the many charges
brought before the committee the most
serious was that corrupt means had been
used to secure or defeat nomination and
election of members of the present con
gress. "Such a charge reflects upon the Integ
rity of the house and deserves the most
exhaustive examination by this commit
tee." he said. "The only case of the kind
which the testimony has disclosed Is the
cowardly attempt that has been made,
partly through an anonymous letter, to
blacken the name and ruin the career of
Representative Loud of Mlchlgsn. As no
one has had the courage to admit the au
thorship of these dastsrdly communica
tions this committee feels that the burden
has been laid upon It to discover. If pos
sible, the authorship of these communica
tions." Mr. Boutell stated that the letters had
been turned over to Experts and he then
called David N. Carvalho to the stand.
Testimony of Kxperts.
Mr. Carvalho said he had examined the
two letters in question, one received by the
Washington correspondent of the Detroit
Free Press and the other by Frank Edln-
borough, state senator from Michigan, and
now a candidate for congress against Mr.
Loud. He also had examined a great many
of the typewritten documents and com
pared them with the anonymous letters,
taking photographs and preparing charts
showing his deductions.
Unquestionably, he said, the two anony
mous letters and certain of the papers were
written by one and the same machine.
These documents, it has been testified, were
dictated by former Senator Thurston and
written by Aimer R Neff on a typewriter
In the Washington office of the Lake Tor
pedo Boat company. The documents In ques
tion were questions and statements pre
sented to the committee by Mr. Ulley and
signed by him.
The witness said that the Identity of
the typewriting machines on which two or
more papers were written could be de
termined more readily than the genuineness
of handwriting.
'I know absolutely nothing as to the au
thorship of the anonymous letters that have
been Introduced In the Investigation of
the Eelectrlc Boat company," said Repre
sentative George L. Lilley. under whose
resolution the Investigation Is being con
ducted, to a representative of the Associ
ated Press today, while David Carvalho,
the handwriting expert was testifying.
The four documents which Mr. Carvalho
saya were written on the same typewriter
as were the anonymous letters, were sub
mitted to me by an agent of the Lake Tor
pedo company.- I algned them and sub
mitted them to the committee. They were
not written on any typewriter belonging te
me." "' " ,
ATTITUDE OF IRISH
(Continued from First Page.)
will afford accommodation for Catholic
students. The new college, with the old
Queen's colleges at Cork and Galway,
which are almost wholly Cnthollo, will
constitute the new Dublin university, and
the Queen's college at Belfast, which is
chiefly Presbyterian, will be raised to the
rank of a university. The old Royal uni
versity, which satlsltod nobody, will bo
abolished. F. X. CCLLEN.
CRUISER ON PEACE . MISSION
American Government te Lend Its I'sa
for Trlji of Mexicans to
Bonth.
WASHINGTON, April 18. Should the
plans of the American government be ac
ceptable to Mexico, the cruiser Albany will
be utilised to convey Ambaaaador Creel and
W. I. Buchanan on their mission of peace
and good fellowship to tha five Central
American republics. The use of a warship
was suggested to convey the peace mission
from the fact that the means of transporta
tion along tha route laid out for the visit
Is Irregular and unsatisfactory.
From the fact that it Is stated hers that
the use of the Albany has not finally been
determined upon, it is deduced that Mexico
has not aa yet made response to the propo
sition. THIRTY MILLION MORTGAGE
First Lies I'sss Illinois Central Road
by lolled Statea Trnst
Company.
BELLEVILLE, III., April 18.-A first lien
equipment mortgage for $30,000,000 was filed
for record here today by the Illinois Central
railroad. The mortgage Is held by the
United States Trust company of New York,
and is secured by an Issue of 4 per cent
gold bonds redeemable January 1, 19
The mortgage covers the entire rolling
stock of the railroad company. Including
W7 locomotives, (95 passenger cars and 47,
87$ freight cara. It will be filed for record
In every county through Which the Illinois
Central passes.
BEGINNING OF UNIQN FIGHT
Canadian Paelfle and Northern Reads
Plan to Pay Wages According
Fit nesa.
' WINNIPEG. Man., April 18.-A federation
of all the union men employed In the shops
of the Canadian Paclflo and the Canadian
Northern railroads was completed - today.
They will fight the reductions In the nsw
schedule to a finish. The companies claim
they are not going to pay all of the men
the same wages, but will pay according to
competence of eaeh Individual workmen.
Similar action. It Is said, will be taken by
all of the American railroads. This la the
beginning of a big fight between all of the
unions and the railways.
BILLEK'S CASE IS TAKEN UP
tat Hoard af Pardons and Governor
Deaeen to Consider the
Evidence. -
CHICAGO, April 18-The state board ef
pardons with Governor Deneen presiding,
met here todsy to consider the ease of Her
man Blllek, the fortune teller, who is under
sentence to be hangod April U, for tha
murder of members of the Viral family.
Two witnesses who gave Important testi
mony at the trial, have since declared that
their evld-nre was false. A large number
of police officers, all of the witnesses at
the trial, and several atorneys were present
at the htarlng which will prohably con
tinue for the greater part of the day.
PRISONER SETS FIRE TO BED
Man Accused of Marder Horns te
Death In Jail at Seaera,
Kansas.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., April 18.-A special to
the News-Press from Beneca, Kan., says
Jamea Lally, charged with murder, was
burned to death In a fire which destroyed
the jail at that place early this morning.
When the fire wss discovered the sheriff
found Lally unconscious In his cell and
carried him out. He Is believed to have set
fire to his bed. with suicidal Intent. Lally
was awaiting trial on the charge of having
killed Herbert Jordc n, a newspaper man
snd former secretary to ex-Governor W.
t. Bailey of Kansas. In Sabetha. the night
Of February 14. He was 21 years old. The
Other prisoners were rescued unharmed.
ANGLE IRONS PUT ON TRACK
Pennsylvania Elahtee'n-Honr Limited
Has Narrow Eseape from Wreck
at Warsaw, Ind.
WARSAW, Ind., April 18.-The New York
to Chicago eighteen-hour Pennsylvania
flyer had a narrow escape from destruc
tion at 7 o'clock this morning. A few
tnlnutes before the train was due a freight
train ran Into a heavy pair of angle Irons
which had been placed on the track. A
heavy fog obscured the view of the track.
Some foreigners living near who were re
cently laid off from work are suspected
of having placed the obstruction on the
rails.
BROKERAGE FIRM SUSPENDS
Application Made for Appointment of
Receiver for Od)l Company
of Cincinnati.
CINCINNATI. O.. April 18.-Appllcetlon
for the appointment of a receiver for tho
Odell Brokerage company, one of the larg
est concerns of the kind In the country,
was made In the state court here today by
attorneys representing the company. Ru
mors of financial difficulties have been
current locally for several days, but the
company was declared to be In good shape
except for one or two large deals still un
settled at the time of the last reorganisa
tion of the concern. Today's action waa in
the Interest ef the company and for the
protection of its business.
RAILROAD WORKMEN DROWNED
I'psettlae; ef Scow Crossing- Battle
River Canaes Death of Grand
Trnnk Men.
WINNIPEG. Man., April 18. -By the up
setting of a scow crossing Battle river,
which was swollen by freshets, nine Grand
Trunk Pacific railway workmen were
thrown Into the waters and four of them
were drowned. The drowned are:
WOODFORD BOARDMAN, Northamp
ton England.
T. KIRBY, a homesteader of Alberta.
A. LRMMONS. St. Boniface.
E. LEVIS, Cambria. France.
TAFT TO SPEAK IN NEW YORK
War Secretary Will Give Principal
Addreaa at the Meeting; of
Laymen.
NEW YORK, April 18. Secretary of War
Taft will deliver the principal address at a
meeting of tho laymen's missionary move
ment to be held In Carnegie hall next Tues
day. Others who will take part In the
meeting are Bishop Greer of New York,
Samuel B. Capen, who will read a state
ment regarding the centennial commission:
J. Campbell White and Silas Me Bee, editor
of the Churchman.
DEATH RECORD.
Henry C. trner,
CINCINNATI. O.. April IK-After a lln
gerlng Illness Henry C, Urner, secretary
treasurer of the Little Miami railroad,
former United States marshal snd an
active member of the supreme council of s,
the Thirty-third degree Masons, died at
his home in this city last night, aged 78
yrars. He had been president of the Na
tional Insurance company and filled many
prominent positions In ths public life of
this city. -
Death from Broken Heart
LANSING, la.. Apru 18. Stricken on her
return. Thursday from the funeral of her
husband, D. M. Carlisle, Mrs. Carlisle was
taken from a carriage unconscious and died
yesterday of a broken heart. The Carlisle
were among the prominent families of this
city.
Mrs, Emma Baker.
Mrs. Emma Baker, 2$ years of age, died
at her home, 4018 Lafayette avenue, Sat
urday morning. The funeral will be held
Sunday at ! p, m. Interment will be In
Forest Lawn.
Henry C. Christopher,
Henry C. Christopher, 80 years of age,
died Friday evening at his home, lftlSVs St.
Mary's avenue. The funeral will be held
Sunday at 4 p. m., the services being at
Dodder's undertaking rooms.
Henry A. Rose.
Henry A. Rose, 75 years of age, died el
paralysis Prlday night at the home of hit
son, A. H. Rose, city salesman for th
Western Paper company, H14 Lafayette
avenue. The body will be taken to Grand
Island Monday for Interment
Only those who use Jap
Its delicate fragrance end delignuul enect on tne tKln. ' These qualities are
found in no other soaps. Hone other'just as good." Hade by oar own procesn.
IT CANNOT BE IMITATED
Jas. S. KirK tH.
free:
S nd u 6e
tkliaren
Our lasv
at
is aevisea especially for the wage earner the man of limited means who
toes not feel able to purchase for cash. .Prleee la every Instance are exactly
what you would pay la strictly cash stores snd we do not charge yon oae
penny snore beeav.ee yea purchase ea eredlt. Ton will feel at home la this
big- store. The polite treatment yon will reoelva, combined with oar extremely
reasonable terms of payment, will make yo a permanent eustomsr.
Wo Don't Chargo Intcrost
OO-OAKT This collapsible Oo
Cart is the only one allowing the
natural sitting and reclining position.
Body Is mounted on springs over
comes all the objectionable features
heretofore found In Go-Carts. Our
price. Cash or Credit 17.75
We are often naked what are
oar terms. Ws reply we have no
set terms. Ws arrangn the cash
outlay to suit your purse and your
conditions. Call and talk It ever
with as. v
COUCH This elegant
genuine
coucn, rwied with moss and felt.
mane or solid quarter sawed oak.
pousnea. run steel construction.
eage ana nead.
price, cash or
worm easily ISS .00.
credit . 919,98
FREE
MORRIS CHAIR
n
Would you like to own a
$10.00 Morris Chair free. We
positively give It sway free
with each purchase of $S0.00
or more. Consider the money
you save by taking advan
tage of our reduced prices
and getting a begutlful chair
free.
This Is the free
chair.
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WILLOW SPRINGS
Stars and Stripes Beer
A bottle beer that Is described In one word Per-fec-
tion. It Is perfection In the art of brewing because all
the Ingredients are of the best end finest. The water is
from the celebrated Willow Springs and the utmost care
Is taken in the brewing, and It Is aged to just the proper
ripeness. Its superior flavor appeals lo all.
Order a Tri&l Case for the Home
is
Thirty (3) Green
lng Stamps with every
case two dozen largo
bottles; price. .-82.23
Out-of-town customers add $1.25 for case and bottles,
which will be refunded on their return.
WILLOW SPRINGS BREWING CO.
WALTElt MOISK, lTeistdent.
Office 1407 Harney Street.
Brewer' Third and Hickory Streets.
(TrVANSPAKCNT)
Rose can appreciate the lumry
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an exceptionally low price. In all
colors of enamel. Cash or credit. .S4.85
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4 So Window Shade. .... .lo
$4-ln. Smyrna Rugs....e9o
Room else Art Squares. ta. 98
Nottingham Lace Curtains
at. per pair 49o
Oak Taborettes 3 So
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we are able to quote an
extremely low price. Oali
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Fifteen ($1.50) Green
Trading Stamps with
every case 2 doz, small
bottles; price. . .91.23
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Phone Douglas 1306.
Phone Douglas 1033.
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