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THE OMAIIA SUNDAY REE: MAY SO, 1909.
AYD WASH C00D5, GINGHAMS White Goods and nil kinds of Washable Drni Goods (or the economical buyer at far less than ran be bought anywhere In the west. Apron Check Ginghams, 6c, 3C and 2H- Dress Ginghams, 12 c, 10c, 7 Vic and 5 Batiste, 10c, 7 Vic and .... 5 Organdies, 10c, 7 Vic and.... 5 A fine line of Organdies, fast col ors 3H? Pongees, worth 35c 18? Poplins, worth 35c 180 Short lengths in 25c Satin. . 15 26c Linen Brodine 100 Remnants ot Spangled Silk 200 12 Vic Percales fc 12 Vic Red 8eals 7H0 12Hc Toll du Nords 74o 16c White Goods 7H0 26c While Ooods 100 Remnants of 10c Mufdlns 80 Remnants of 12Ho Muslins 6o 16c India Llnon THo 10c India Llnon lOo 16,000 yards of fine mill ends of some of the swell good of the sea sod, at, yard.SHo, 5c, TVio and lOo n W jvlS THE RELIABLE STORE 75c Embroideries 25c Monday we will sell a beau tiful line of extra wide Skirt Flouncings and Corset Cover Embroideries from the New York Embroidery Auction. Cambrics, Swisses and Nainsooks, regular 60c to 75c values, yd. 250 16c Embroideries 50 A grand lot ot Edges and Insert Ings in Swiss and Nainsook to select from. STORE OPEN ALL DAY MONDAY Don't Fail to Visit Our Up-toDate Drapery Dept. Most complete line of draperies In Omaha. Saxony' Brussel Lace Curtains, pair, at $30, $25, $18.60 and ..$15.00 Princess Lace Curtains, pair, $27.60, $25 and $20 Duchess Point, pair, $18.50, $16.60, $15.00 and $12.50 Brussels Net Lace Curtains pair, at, $17.60, $15.00, $12.60 and.. $10 Cluny Curtains in ecru or white, at. $15, $12.50, $10, $8.60 and. $5.00 Novelties In Cream Ecru or White, at, pair, $7.50, $5.98, $4.50. $3.9S, $2.98 and $2.50 Cable Net Curtains in Ecru or White, at. pair. $6.60. $5.98, $4.98. $3.98, $2.98 and $1.08 Brusselette Curtains at, pair, $3.60, $2.98. $2.60 and $1.08 Nottingham Lace Curtains in 25 differ ent designs, at, pair, $1.98, $1.75, $1.49, $1.36. $1.25, 98c. 75c. 560 Madras Curtains, 48-inch wide, 3 yds. long, worth $8.50, it, pair.. $5.08 Madras Curtains, 46-lnch wide, worm $5.00 pair, at, pair $3.08 32-inch Drapery Silk, Monday only, at, yard 37 0 48-inch Filet Net in white or cream, that sold at $1.60 and $2.00 yard, go at, yard, Monday $1.25 Madras, 45-lnch wide, in any color, at, 86c 76c, 60c and 300 Couch covers CO-inch wide, 3 yards long, at, each, $3.50 $2.98, $1.89 and $1.40 Rope Portieres for double doors at, each, $3.25, $3.60, $4.60. and $5 Single Door Portieres, at, each. 800 Flour Has Taken Another Advance It will go to $2.00 per sack Is our prediction, before Aug. 1st; by buying now you will save 35c on a sack. The best flour now Is retailing for $1.85 per sack. We have Just got in five, car loads before the last raise, and will sell it for this sale only. Per 48-lb Hack r $1.65 Remember this is the best Patent. 24-lb. sack Best Rye Flour 76c 10 bars best brands Laundry soap. 25c The best brands Lye, per can 6c 16-01.' can Lu Lu Scouring Soap ..6c 16-ot. can Condensed Milk ....7 Vic 8-os. can Condensed Milk 4c The best domestic Macaroni, pkg. 8 Vic Bromangelon, Jellycon or Jello, per package 7 Vic 1-lb. cans assorted Soups 7 Vic 011 or Mustard Sardines, can 4c The best crisp PreUels or Ginger Snaps, pound be Fancy Golden Santos Coffee, lb.. 15c The best Tea Sittings, pound.... 15c The best fancy No. 1 Country Cream ery Butter, pound 25c Good, choice Dairy Butter, pound. 20c Fresh Vegetables, Cheaper than you can grow them. fresh Spinach, per peck..' Bo V bunches fresh Onions 6o bunches frenu Uaulshea 6o J bunches fre-ih Asparagus 6c Fancy Wax Beane tl pound la equal to two quarts), per lb 8o Fresh Peae, per quart bo 4 bunchea freli Pie Plant 6o 1 large Cucumbers 60 Fresh Beets. Carrots or Turnips, per bunch 40 cab toubi rarxAmiXs wow. Each -Bo, THo, 8H, 10c, WHo per dozen BOc, Boo, Sbo, $1.10, SI .33 Stupendous Reductions on Guaranteed Black Silk Too many Black Silks on hand and in order to reduce stock quickly we will make sweeping price reductions on our regular stock during the next few days, beginning vMondav. $1.50 Black Feau de Soie 36-in. wide, firm quality, unbreakable, at 05c $2.50 Black Peau de Soie lleavy glove finish, double faced, 36-in. wide . .$1.59 ROUGH SILKS .Shantung Pongees, Tussah, etc., every weave in rough silks, 24 and 27-ins. wide, special at.. $1.00, 59c, 39c $1.75 Black Swiss Messaline; chiffon finish, 36-in. wide, a snap at $1.15 $1.50 Black Taffeta, oil boil ed, 36-in. wide, all silk a great value at 98c 85c Foulards 59c A tremen dous assortment of silk and satin foulards, beautiful colors and patterns, 85c and $1.00 qualities, at 59c 27-in. White "Habutai" Jap Silks Very heavy, launders perfectly, just the thing for graduating dresses, at ,59c $1.15 Black Taffetas; 36-in. wide, heavy quality, splen did bargain at 79c $1.00 Black Taffeta, 27-in. wide, at, yard 59c 19-in. Black Taffeta; 27-in. wide, at, yard 39t; $1.00 Silks 29c and 39c; Chif fon Pongees, Jacquard Taf fetas, Bengaline Cords, Jap Silks, all colors, truly phe nomenal values. 11 THE RELIABLE STORE lion City and Elyria Wash Lace Specials The two great lace factories of this country have given us the exclusive sale of their products In Omaha. Not only are they the very lest laces pro duced, but on account of being manu factured In this country are exempt front the OO er tent tarirf duty im posed on foreign products. See the SPKCIAL values Monday, In cluding German Val. and Mechlin putterns, at 5 nd 7H fgg$& White Goods Dept. Wash Chiffon, 45 inches wide, at, a yard, 89c, 79c, 69c and 49 Sheer opera Batiste, 45 Inches vide, regular 6Uc grade, at, a yard 50 Sheer Batiste, 36 inches wide, at, a yard, 49c, 39c and 20 Persian Lawn, 45 Inches wide, regular 69c quality, Monday, at, a yard 50c Persian Lawn, 32 Inches wide, at, a yard, 39c, 25c, 19c and 15? St Gall embroidered Swisses, 32 inches wide, at, a yard, 98c, 80c, Coc and 50 Mercerized Batiste, in checks and Stripes, at, a yard, 39c 30c and 25 Flaxon, 36 inches wide, In checks and stripes and plains, at, a yard, 39c, 30c, 25c and lf) A full line of Dress Linens, In all colors, at, a yard, 46c, 39c, 25c and 19 Auto Cloth, Indian Head, and shrunk Muslin, at, a yard, 18c, 15c and 12 t? Sheetings, Muslins, Tickings, Shirtings, Flan nels and Domets in Our Famous Domestic Room No other hoiiBe in the west carries so large a stock of high grade domestics at as low a price as we do. Yard Wide Bleached MuMiim. Our celebrated No. 290 .Brookdale 4?4? Merry 6A Thistledown 5 Hunter's Choice 6H Hope 7 Lonsdale 7) Fruit of the Loom.... 7Hf Berkley No. 60 Cambrics 9i Lonsdale Cambric IOC Lonsdale Nainsooks Hill's Cambric 10? Knight's Cambric 8i Bleached Sheetings Pepperal, 9-4 genuine article lfHi Newbery, 9-4, genuine article 17is Lockwood, 9-4 genuine article 20? Dreamland, 9-4 genuine article 18? 2 cents per quarter more above 9-4. 2 cents per quarter less below 9-4. See our linen ads. The Rug Buyers' Opportun ity $50,000 Stock, of High Grade Rugs From the Alexander Smith & Sons " Auction All new 1909 patterns all guaranteed perfect. You'll find it impossible to surpass the quality. You'll find it impossible to match the low prices. On Sale MONDAY and TUESDAY. Mail Orders Filled. $30.00 Axminster Rugs 9x12 size, 18 patterns to select from, at ..$18.98 8-3x10-6 size, same as above $25.00 value. . .$1G.98 $15.00 high spire Tapestry Brussels Rugs, 9x12 size, guaranteed meshed top, 12 patterns to select from, choice, at $9.75 $10.00 Seamless Tapestry Brussels Rugs, 10-wire quality, 6x9 size, 19 pat terns for selection; choice, at $6.00 Same as above, 7-6x9 size, $12.75 value, at... $7.50 $5.00 Axminster Rugs 3-6x7-2 size; special sale price $2.98 $45.00 Royal Wilton Rugs, 9x12 size; they're stamped Royal Wilton; just 12 in the lot $28.98 $35.00 five frame Body Brussels Rugs; 9x12 size, beautiful new patterns, at, choice $24.98 $13.50 Tapestry Brussels Rugs; seamed, 14 patterns to select from, 8-8x11 size, sale price $8.48 $16.50 Seamless Brussels Rugs; 9x11 size, 9 patterns to select from; choice, at, each $9.98 $3.00 Wilton Velvet Rugs 27x54 size, choice, $1.49 $3.50 Axminster Rugs 27x60 size, on sale, choice, at $1.98 Many other grand specials Everything goes. Extra salespeople to wait on you Monday. Dependable Linens at Less than Cost of New Material in Our High Grade Linen Dpt. Mond'y Ten pieces pure linen Table Damask, two yards wide, grass bleached, good value at $1.00 yard, Monday, yard 69? Ten pieces German silver bleached Table Damask, C6 inches, wide, very heavy and good for wear, well worth 75c yard, Monday, yard 45? Twenty dozens strictly pure linen dinner Napkins, size 24x24 Inches, beautiful range of patterns, worth $5.00 dozen, Monday, 6 for $1.29 Fifty unhemmed Pattern Table Cloths size 8x10, warranted bfst German linen, never sold less than $3.50, Monday, each $2.00 Hundred dozen extra large size Turkish Towels, come bleached and cream, heavy twisted thread, worth 19c each, Monday, each 11? Hundred dozen strictly high grade linen hemmed and fringed fancy Towels, largfb size, worth 39c, Monday, each 19 All mail orders filled during this sale till Thursday. Led Spreads, Sheets and Pillow Cases, at Less Than Cost of Production in our High Grade Linen Dept. Monday All $1.25 Sheets, size 81x90, each 85c All $1.10 Sheets, size 81x90, each 75c All $1.00 Sheets, size 81x90, each 69c All 85c Sheets, size 81x90, each 59c All 65c Sheets, size 81x90, each... 49c All 95c Sheets, size 72x90, each 75c All 90c Sheets, size 72x90, each G5c All 85c Sheets, size 72x90, each 59c All 79c Sheets, size 72x90, each 55c All 50c Sheets, size 72x90, each 39c All 20c Pillow Cases, 45x36, each 14c All 17c Pillow Cases, 45x36, each 10c All 15c Pillow Cases, 42x36, each. 10c 60 hemmed Crochet Bed Spreads, full size, heavy, Btrong and good for wear regular $2.00 spread, at. each 81.19 'Kt" Mann-Kretchmer Stock of Tailor Suits Dresses Seldom, if ever before, have such values in Women's High Class Spring and Summer Garments been offered in Omaha, not only are prices, surprisingly low, but assortments of style and qualities are bound to meet with the enthusiastic approval of the most discriminating buyers. Beautiful Wash Suits, in linens, reps, etc., all colors, trimmed with laces, appliques and self -trimmed, made to sell at $18.00 and $20.00, all at one price Monday, choice $10.00 Women's and Misses' Lingerie Dresses All colors, $5.00 to $6.50 values, at $2.95 Women's Long Pongee and Linen Dusters A swell new line, at each. . .$10.00, $12.00, $15.00, $20.00 Women's Jap Silk and Net Waists; values to $5.00, at $1.95 House Dresses One big lot, $1.50 values, on sale at 98c Women's and Misses' Wash Suits Made to sell at. from $10.00 to $12.50 all colors, clever new designs, 125 of them to select from; in Monday's sale at $6.95 High Class Tailor Suits Man ufactured to sell up to $40.00; by far the choicest lot of values of the season on sale, at $14.90 and $19.90 Gingham Underskirts; regular $1.00 values 59c Dainty Lingerie Dresses; that were made to sell at $8.50 and $10.00 pinks, blues, lavenders, tans, white; choice new styles and great values; Monday at $5.95 Misses' Serge Suits $15.00 values greys, reds, blue and brown, nobby new styles; choice $7.95 Women's $5.00 and $6.00 Silk and Covert Coats, on sale Monday, at, choice $3.95 $5.00 Jumper Dresses at $1.95 Big assortment for selection. Women's Long Crepe Kimonos; val ues to $4.00; choice $1.95 mm A I- - J Very Special Furniture Bargains $30.00 Dining Table; solid quartered oak, 45-in. top, 6-f t. extension, fully hand polished; special, at $19.75 $18.00 China Cabinet; fine quartered oak frame, bent glass ends, 3 shelves -r-a beauty at. .$12.75 L- X in . $1.25 Dining Chairs; high back, brace posts, golden finish; snap at 89c Lawn Swings, Settees, Chairs and Rockers of all descriptions, at lowest possible prices. The big gest assortment and best values in Omaha. Don't Forget Try HAYDEN'S fipst it -Pays China Dept. Specials 100-piece Dinner Set; Meakin's best English porcelain, snap, at $6.95 Water Tumblers, six for. . ,5c Flow Blue Cups and Saucers per pair 10c Majolica Water Pitchers; half gallon size, at 25c Fish Globes, all kinds, up from 30 All glass Salt and Pepper Shakers, at 10 Imported brown and white earthern, covered baking Casseroles, at, up from Goods A have the Kmndett lino of new Mimnicr wash good ever plnred on wale lu thin rltjr. Our prices arc by far the lowest, and quality awuy ahead 89o Waah Good a, 38o Arnold's nllk OiRamlles, JaiqunrcK nllk tisane. La liolle. Sole, cpaiiKlnl bUH. etc, old everywhere at iDc; our prion yard 38o BOo Waah Goods, 3So Yard KnKllsh merrerlaed poplins. Kngllsh moivrr Ixed pongees, French silk KlnghHiu, French tlxsuon and other fine ioodH, worth up to 60o. yard at. yard..36o 35o Waah Goods at 18c Tard Do mestic ponnees, domestic poplins, Kgyptlan tissues, Anderson's Scotch aephyra, Alherta sateen and other fine goods, worth up to Hoc ynrd; all one price, per yard 18o 8Se and S9o Wash Goods at, 15c Yd. Domestic pongees, all colors; French batiste, French percales and thoua ands of yards of other goods worth up to 29c ynrd; all at. vrt.lBo Wash Goods, also, yd., lOo, lli,o 16o STORE OPEN ALL DAY MONDAY Extra Specials for Monday No dealers sold at these prices. No mail orders filled at these prices. i From O to 0:30 a. ni. 50 pieces ot 10c muslins, full bleached, 36 ins. wide. 10 yards limit, at, yard 3 From 10:30 to 11 a. m. One case 19c Bath Towels, bleached, at HO One case 19c Bath Towels, brown, at 11 One case 124c Printed Lawns, per fectly fast colors, 10 yards limit, at, yard 50 One case of Indigo Blue Prints, C de grade, 10 yards limit, at, yard.30 From 2 to 2:30 p. ni. One case of 36 inch Bleached Mus lins, regular 8 '4c goods, 10 yards limit, at. yard From 3 to 3:30 p. m. One case 15c Linen Huck Towels, 4 towels limit, each QO One case Wash Cloths, 6c grade, at. 5 limit, each 10 FitsLlkeaGlov ' ' Queen Quality ' ' oxfords fit a littlo better than the best of the average oxforda for women. They are made over real oxford lasts, not high boot lasts as is often the case. Judge for your self. $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 the pair. lYe Show Complete Assortment ot New Styles New Hard Wood Screen Doors $t New natural finish hardwood fancy Screen Doors, 1 V Inch thick, worth $2.00. each $1.30 Screen Wire, extra heavy, per foot. 2c Double GalvanUed Poultry Wlre at He and fcc Double galvanized means galvanized before and after woven. (We are sole agents in Omaha.) Padded Sleeve Boards on sale Mon day 10c ( 98c Wool Wall Dusters, only 83o lleavy Galvanized Wash li'dlers 890 60-pound Decorated Flour Cans 89o 75c Perorated lireitd lioxes 490 75c Japanned Hleel Malt UoxeH 3o 35c I'arlor Iirooms, only 88o Heavy Galvanized WuhIi Tuhs 6o 45c and 35c Tails ISo and 30o Gleanings from the Story Teller's Pack A t'rui'llrul Politician. OR M El I Governor Sara Hauser, Fl ths Grand Old Man of Mon I tana, u one of tha witnesses in tho investla-atlon held by the United Statee Senate to And out whether the mining millionaire. William A Clark, " entiliea o ins "What did you do, Mr. Hauser T" the lute Senator Hoar asked. "I went to see Mr. Clrk." "Where did you aee him?" "In llutte City." "At hie house?" Tee, elr." "What did you say to him?" "I told him If he would loosen up he mlpht have a chance to be elected to the aenate." "Loosen up?" ald Senator Hoar. "Loosen up? J done understand what you mean." "Maybe you dou't," snapped Hauser, "but Clark did." Denver Poat. ' Bor'a Bod? Like a Slat. Edward Faran of Cincinnati, 19 year old, la a human elate. Letters or figure written on his back with a blunt Instru ment eaa be read at a distance of to feet, barren a a patteot at the City Hospital, where hie peculiar ailment la causing sTeneral interest Bate disease from wtiloh be suffers U Ki.own as urticaria. It la characterized by a redness of the akin, due to an Inflamed condition of the tips of the nerves. It la said to be due to becoming overheated and then rapidly reducing the temperature of the body. Letters written on Farran'a back with a slate pencil or the end of a match rise in welts and become as white us snow. They rtmaln visible for an hour, and then grad ually fade away, or they can be erased with a wet sponge. Phyklclajis suy Furran will be Weil in a few day a. A JaUae's Usplanatloa. There's a prominent Judge living In the rural diatrlcts of Virginia, where bathtubs are not to be found In every borne, who was the proud possessor of mch a luxury, which he permitted no one else to use. One day ho found that some one hud been using his tub, and, reaching the conclusion that It could be none ether than Mary, his housu maid, he summoned her to uppear before him and charged her with having trans gressed his unwritten law. Mary confeases her fault, and the Judge, after enjoining her to sin no more In this manner, as freely forgave her. Observing that the maid seemed somewhat hurt at the "calling down" which he bad thus given her, the Judge, by way of softening bis rebuke, aald: "It la aot that I object to your using my tub, Mary, but X hate u Hiiiik u.at j a would do anything behind my back that you wouldn't do before my face." Rich mond Courier. A Poor balesmaat. Carey Johnson Ludlam, the southern philologist, said at a dinner: "I hope that the salesman who accosted me on my way here thla evening will take In one of the many schools of salesmanship an eight or nine years' course. I'm sure he needs It. "This sulexrr an, a shabby young man, laid his hand on my aim and said: " 'Say friend, lemme sell ye a box of this here patent cement?' "I sl.eok off his filthy paw. . " 'Cement!' I sneered, annoyed at his familiarity. "What do I want with ce ment Y " 'Why,' cried the man. In apparent sur prise, 'ain't ye broke? You look It.' " Hark, tv Earth. Ill let the morning paper slip from his hands and wrinkled bis forehead lu a fit of deep abstraction. .'f And than bis wife antared the room, "Well," she demanded, "what's the weighty subject that presses so heavily your burdened mind?" He luuked up with a quick start "I was Just wondering ke si plained. "how a man would go about It If he set out to collect, the S10.nuos that Prof. I'Ickering says would bo required in order to communicate with the planet Mars." - "Oh. come back to earth," said his wife, coldly. "The Iceman Is at the kitchen door and saya you'll have to pay hlin that 7U cents you owe him or he'll cut us off bis calling list." Cleveland Plain Dealer. Do CkarTTable. An American was stolling about Paris with a French friend. They entered a shop, made some small purchase, and while wultlng for the change the American said, In a low voice: "Will you Just look at the diamonds that pretty little sales girl Is wearing? They mubt be worth Ji'.OOii." "They are not real," the Frenchman aald, with a shrug. "But they are I know real stones when I aee them that Is my business," the Amer--ean declartd. Again the Frenchman shrugged. "Hut, my friend, be charitable," he pro tested, gently. "Figure to yourself and consider that the diamonds are Imitation. For If the stones are g.od the little maid lan't."-Phlladelphla Record. Laslars. Dr. Charles A. Eaton of the Madlaon Avenue Baptlat church said In the course of an afternoon speech In Cleveland: "l-iines la responsible for too mucb of the ndsery we see about us. It Is all very well to blame alcohol for this misery, to blame oppression and Injustice; but to what heights might we nut all have climbed but for cur laxiucss?" lie puusod unu smiled. "We are too much like the supernumerary In tl.e drama," he Went on, "who had la enter tium the lifclit and buy, 'My loid, the carrlace walls.' " 'Look acre, super,' Bald the slago man Ufcer one night, '1 want you to co.iic on I rum the lett Instead of the right after this, and 1 wunt you to transpose your speech. Make is run hereafter, "The carriage walls, my lord.' "The super pressed his hand to his brow. " 'More study! More study!' he groaned." New York 'iribusie. 1 l.lked tbe Irraliurul. A slater who was engaged upon the roof of a house in Gia-uw fell from the ladder and lay in an uiuuiisclous statu upon the pavement. Due if the pedestrians in tho sltect v'ho runliej to the aid of the poor man chanced to huve a fhuik of spirits in his pocket, and to revive him U gnu to poJr a little dowu his throat. "Canny, mon, canny," i- vid a man looking on, "or you'll choke him." The "unions, ious" sinter opened his eyes and said quietly: "Pour awa', mon, pour awa,; ve re doln fine." Ottawa Journal. Aa laarrtttd Trait. "My father," said Chauncey M. De-pew, "was. a frugal and saving man. He never approved of the waste of anything, Includ ing time. "One night be went to a prayer meetlrg. The brethren were backward. After a wait of a Quarter of an hour my father arose and said: 'It Is a shame to waste all this valuable time. Will not some brother tell his experience?" "No one rose and my father continued: "Will some one led us In prayer?" "There was no response to this appeal and my futher said: 'in that case I will Improve the time by making a few obser vations on the tariff.' "New York fsun. When the Tramp Turned. Senator Norris Brown, in an address In Watdnngtcn, praised an Iowa millionaire. "His success Is a lesxon to us," said tien ator BroiMi. "There are men In Maijuokcta who still remember him as a tramp, a com mon, homelens tramn" The speaker smlhd. "One afternoon in New York," he said, "rs the millionaire and I were walking in Filth avenue, a beggar stepped up tj him and whlmd: " 'Bns, ) guera you ain't never went cold and hniiKi'y. slee.iin' In wet fields and gil t in' klckej from ' " 'Oh, yes, I have, though,' said the mil lionaire. He looked the tramp up and down, handed him a quarter and said, as he passed oiu " 'But I had ie decency to wash myself once or twice at year, by George! You make me kind of sick.' "Washington Star. Tulktn te Kllsabrtk. Denver Elks are having a lot of fun with a member of their lodge, a Fifteenth street Jeweler. Tbe other day Ms wife was In the Jewelry store when the 'phono rang. She answered it. ' "I want to Kpeak to Mr. H. ," said a woman's voire. "Who Is this?" demanded the Jeweler's wife. "Elizabeth." "Well, Elizabeth, this la his wife. Now, madam, what do you want?" "I want to speak to Mr. II ." "You'll talk to me." "Please let me speak to Mr. If The jeweler's wlfu grew angry, "Lo4ft here, jyoung lady," she said, "who are you that calls my husband and Insists on talking to him?"- "I'm the telephone operator at Ellia'beth," came the reply. And now the. Elks take turns calling; the Jeweler up and telling him It's Elizabeth. Denver Pout. Would Wed for Mnrtr Days. Appearing IrV tho office of City Clerk Buckley of I'lilcopee, Maxs., with a trial marriage contract, which they had drawn up fur the puriio.se, Sadiu Androwles and Kami l(u-zpozka. both of Ludlow, re quisied that they be married for three mon.hs, after which they would again eoniu to C'hicopee and have the knot tied hard ami fast for life, provided they got along together and they liked the experi ment. The youni( foreigners said they have been In this country about a year and had believed their friends when lold that they could ome to town and get mar ried for a short time on trial before mak Ing the bonds Mrmnent,