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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1013.
BRIEF CITY NEWS IMdallty Etoraffa k Van a a. Doug:. IBM Kara Boot Print It Now Beaoon Press. Good ninntlng Co, -will do It rlsM and aavo you money. 'Phona D. 131S. UffMlnff PlxtnxM repaired and re-fln-lfhed. 13 urwis-O ran den Co. Douglas ea. Vox- $3 Twx. Tr A private, aafe In our vault perfect safety for valuable, Omaha Bafe Deposit Co., 1613 Farnam St Tornado. Special To nelp tboao who Koto Xnapaetora Appointed Council man MoOovern has appointed tho following.-Inspectors for his department! C. JC Nlelson, EX A. Taylor and John Sorensen. are repairing or rebuilding, we wltt sup ply during April and May ready mixed paints and varnishes at a discount, of 20 per cent from regular wholesale prices. r-K. E. Bruce A Co. Tot Memorial Say Exerolsea Tho city council has set asldo 200 for the Grand Army of the Republic's Memorial day exercises. The council will participate In the Q rand Army of tho Re public's oervtaes. The Steta Bank of Omaha pays per cent on time deposits, 3 per cent on Bav ins accounts. The only bonk in Omaha whose depositors are protected by the depositors' guarantee fund of the stats of Nebraska 17th and Harney streets. Tor Undertaking Far lorn Frank Tanda, the undertaker, has bought a lot on Sixteenth street between Center and Hickory streets and probably will build an undertaking establishment upon 1U, The purchase was made from U H. Xorty at J1.S50.. Br. Towns on ITebraika Birds "Ne braska Birds" is the subject of a talk, to be given by Dr. 8. R. Towne In the leo turo room of the library building on May S at- 4 o'clock. The lecture Is free ind tho public Is Invited. Specimens of birds from tho museum and also some from outside will be used In. Illustrating this talk. Teaohsrs Go to Bts. Moines Tho fol lowing , school officials of tills city will attend the meeting of tho drawing and manual training association In Des Moines next Week: Miss Alice Hltte, su pervisor of' drawing; Miss Helen Thomp son, supervisor of manual training! Miss May. Flynt and Miss Klla Flanagan, Johnston. Seeks Divorce Hurry EL Johnston, manager 'of the Omaha Posting oervlce. Is-, attempting to secure a .divorce from Mrs. Marie Johnston. Mrs. John ston Is contesting the suit In Judge Ken nedy's district court, asking, that a de cree of alimony be awarded her. Jonn ston, in his petition, names Frank Lee as co-respondent The couple -was, married April 26, 1903. They have no children. Held for Grand larceny Donnls Mur phy, 16a Plhkney street, and Fred Wnar ton. 4302 Cuming street, were brought be fore Judge Foster thta rooming, charged with' grand larceny and after a prelimi nary hearing bound over to the district court on bonds placed at FV60 each- They were occupying a car belonging to the Xler Grand Taxi company which was stolen from Fourteenth and Cass streets. All Bonds ,Xust- Bt Btoortod 3Tnr bond Issued in Douglas county hereafter must be recorded in the. office of th?i county clerk, according to an act passed by the last legislature. Bonds Usued by the city of Omaha heretofore have not been recorded. Tho- act also applies to county and school bonds.- County Clerk' Dewey said that theOajvrprovlded. fpr a $30 penalty to be paid by him upon each failure to-record a bond" Issue;, but that as He has no. control over otner oniciais hi will only be; able to urge the. recording of, bonds; Ethel Wooton Is. Injured; by Aut& of Mark Savidge Mark Savidge, son of Rev. a W. Sav idge, was arrested Wednesday afternoon and booked at the police station as a suspicious character. Savidge was- ar rested by Trofflo Officer Rahllng for-run ning down a 12-year-old 'girl with his five- passenger automobile at tha corner of Seventeenth, and. Dodge streets about 4:30 o'clock. The car in which Rev. C. TV. Savidge was-a passenger-was coasting-norths on Seventeenth at a very slow- rate, of -speed and hod Just run abreast three wagons, also, northbound, when the girl, Ethel "Wooton, 1723 Dodge street, happened to cross from the west.. Savidge, by reason of the three, wagons, was unable to see her and', was unaware of her approach until she darted directly; la- front of" the auto. Throwing on the emergency brakes. the machine-was stopped instantly, but the front wheel had already, passtd over1- the girl's left- arm and leg. She was taken to the station., where a thor ough examination by Dr. FoU showed some severe bruises.- Sympathy for Omaha Recalls a Sensation Mrs. Stellle N. Munmugh writes to-The Bee from Decatur,' Mich., sending along with her letter a copy of The Bee of July 1. 1885, in which Is published some account of, the- sudden departure from Omaha of I. I Smith; "the merchant prince," whose doings were the sensation of the, day. In her letter Mrs., Mumaugh saysi "I was once a resident of Omaha and am Interested in tho city, and more than ever since the terrible calamity, I wrote to my relatives In Omaha Immediately upon reading the description of the tor nado In the Kalamazoo Gazette. They replied that they were not In the cyclone swept section, as they lived on Twenty- sixth street, near St. Mary's avenue. "I lived in Omaha from May, 1878, till May, 1301, and enjoyed the western cli mate and liked the people whom I met I was in the dressmaking business while there and did well. "The loss of life to the Omaha people Is a national calamity, and a blow that only time can help to mend. It will be decades before the city can be buildup In the tornado swept section, and. the loss of church property and school buildings will be severely felt also. My- uncle sent rat one of the souvenir booklets put out by The Bee, and it has made a-great im pression on my mind. "I have a copy of The Bee of 1S85, which I have kept, and would like to send it to you. Mr, Rosewater, senior, was the editor then, and probably not many of the staff are with the paper now. Tou might enjoy looking It over to note the changes In the paper, and the Improve ment In the city. I remember some of the happenings mentioned In this paper, as do doubtless some of the pioneers. recall the failure of Mr. Smith, a mer chant, who lost several thousand dollars In different cities. I never before or since knew his equal when it came to misrepresenting thlngsv AFFAIRS AT SOUTH 0MM,V Gillin Adherents Ban Head in Hooso in Their Zeal ATTACK OH MURPHY REACTS Get Dates Mixed aad Make Coararea that Hrti Openly Show to Be Without Any Foundation Wntvcr. REPUBLICAN MEETINGS Thursday At Stonek's hall. Twen tieth and S streets. Rex hall. Thirty-third and It streets. Friday At tundeen's hall. Twen tieth and Missouri avenue. Saturday At Twenty-seventh and J streets. Never has the malign Influences of the Oltlln faction worked such dissension In the democratic ranlts as has occurred since Tuesday night when Tom Jamleson. a recent arrival In South Omaha and a strong supporter of City Treasurer Gll lln, and the latter's candidate for city attorney, E. D. O'Sulllvan, attacked Mur phy In what Is regnrded as a peculiarly personal manner before an audience com posed of men, young and old, who havo known the city attorney and his brothers for many- years. Jamleson promised some days ago that he was going to attack Murphy.- At a meeting at Thirty-eighth and Q streets Tuesday night he returned to his favor ite attack and spent the greater part of his time and energies decrying City At torney Murphy to friends and neighbors who knew the city attorney before Jamle son was born. The worst of the performance Is that the charges made against Murphy by Jamleson are not able to be substantiated In fact and democrats and republicans alike knowing this resent the conduct of such a campaign as has been con sistently followed by the Glllln followers. In the, Jamleson tirade Murphy was charged with being the cause of Invalidat ing an O street grading, tax. The record shows that-tha petition for the grading was filed November 22, 1909. the con tract awarded January 17, 1910. the dis trict created December SU 1909, and the bond ordinance passed on. February 10, J910. Henry Murphy was not elected city attorney until April, 191. Assistant City Attornsy S. I waiters. one of the best known and most highly respected attorneys before the Douglas bar was. the city attorney at the. time the O street grading tax was levied and assessed. He said yesterday: "I was city attorney when the O street grading tax; was levied arid there Is no reputable lawyer In the state that con successfully resist tha payment of the tax. 'The- two. Judgments cited by Jamleson ns rendered against the city during Murphy's term of office were In fact sued. out In my term of office., One of them, the Schlckendant case, was not a, Judgment but a settlement for J140JSR. The other, the Kavan case, was one that the council ordered appealed to court after I hod setUed It for J1.G0O. The courts gave, the Plaintiff $3,600 until 1 carried It to tho supreme court and had tha caeai reversed,- after which the'eoun cll was glad to settle for 11,634.76, that Is to, say, the, $1,500, Plus costs and In terest. 'Naturally Jamleson knows noth ing, of this since hovls here, but a few 'weoksi' But he should1 learn to sorultlnlse the. Information handed him befpre at tacking men who have grown up here, as, Henry Murphy has." The democrats were wrathy over the attack upon Murphy. Men who were with the Glllln faction and "the demo cratic ticket until Tuesday night were loud' In their condemnation or- the unjust and- unfair attack made upon Murphy for matters, oyer which hei had, no con trol and which did not occur. In his term of office. Wheltr Double. While Perry- "Wheeler, city clerk, could neyer cop- a- blue ribbon- In. a beauty contest, ho has always main tained, he Is the best- looking soliool teacher, who has taken, up politics for a .pastime,' and..- hla. feelings, were badly ruffled when an ungainly member of the leisure class with a large red nose and a tangled mass of dark locks crop ping, out from Underneath, a. hat that might have seen service In the civil war, tried to palm hlmsejf pttflif the city clerk to several local business men and per sonal friends.' ofrPerry!s-at that.- "Say Perry, when did you fall off the wagon," greeted John Hlnchey of the Hlnchey Laundry company, "I always thought you were a member of the "Womans' Christian Temperance union. and even limited the, amount of muddy Missouri you drank each day." This and like expressions from the merchants, who hod been accosted by tho fakir, made Wheeler believe he was the victim of, a practical Joke. Then the whole thing was explained to 'hlnv The strange man had visited business houses that employ stationary engineers. At each place he Introduced himself as the city clerk and Informed tho owner that his engineer would have to take, out a license In order to retain his position. What the purpose of the, Imperson ator -of the clerk was Is not known.. Mar Day Party. The Centurion club will give a May dancing party this- evening at Rushings' hall. Twenty-fourth and J. Btreets. Festivities appropriate for the occasion have been arranged, which will take place before the dance. A young woman among, the club mem bers' friends, has., been chosen as. Queen of May, and a retinue of maids have been picked. The queen and her maids will lead the grand march followed, by the present officers of the club and the former officials. A throne has. been erected In one end of the hall where the queen will sit ,Slie will, confer the honor pf. knight hood on the present officers of the club, and make a short- talk; After the ceremonies the dance will be held. More Get Licenses. After several adjournments' the- Fire and Police Board convened lost night at T-o'clock, and,-Issued-sixteen more licenses for saloons. About ten were held up for further Investigation. A good som ber of saloons in Brown Park, It is sold, will not get their licenses until the last Those Issued are: Charles Alukonls, 3305 Q street, bond by Illinois Surety company; Charles Tesnoh Hdek. 450 South Twenty-first street, per sonal bond; John Cerveny, 151 South Twentieth street, personal bond; John Duffy. 105 North Twenty-sixth street, per sonal bond; Gust Hedgren, 341 North Twenty-fourth street, bond by Illinois Surety company; Kmll Hansen, 2522 Q street personal bond; Joseph Kopecky, 3644 V street personal bond: Dennis Ruddy. 331 North Twenty-sixth street bond by Illinois Surety company; John Hytrin. 31 South Twenty-fourth street, bond by Illinois Surety company; Cor nelius O'Brien, JK27 Q street, bond by Illinois Surety company; Frank Stanich. 13 South Twenty-eighth street, personal bond; JO. It- XuUch, m BquUl Xvtntr- v wmiwfi ouuuey 4asar. au StJet bond bT TOlnola Rnrtv mmMIff hood: P. 1 VjJn UU -V rilMrii 1 hy Illinois SureCr company. .Mrs. . a. To nie and Mrs. Chains ray wUl lie hontres it s tea. to be siren next artfrl-nnnn TTntlffwl PtmIw. teriaa church. MksIc CUy Gossip, Tho Ancient Order of Hibernians will meet Thursday evening at the Workman John Becker visited friends In tho city yesterday. Ho formerly resided In South umuna. Pollon JuiIitm Jnmon f!11anikn has re turned from a two weeks' visit with relatives In St Lou la. Mo. For a case of Jetter'a Old Axe or Gold Top beer call So. 808. Prompt delivery to all parts of the city. Wm. Jetter. The entertainment committee of the Eagles gavo a dance last night at the. home, Twenty-third and N streets. The Eacle will hold their annual me morial services at tho New Orpheum the ater next Sunday morning at 10 o'cloofc- George Concannon Is attain affiliated with the Brown Park Mineral Springs bath after a year at Exoelrior Springs. The Ladles' Aid society of St Luke's Lutheran church will mcot with Mrs,' O. F. Ltndberg, 2110 F street this after noon. A meetlnir of the Ladles' society of the Baptist church will be held at the home of Mrs. Isaac Brayton, 1118 North Twen ty-third street next Friday atternoon. University of Omaha On Ball Playing Tour The University of Omaha base ball team Is at Lincoln, where It will meet tho Cotner university nine this afternoon and tho University, of Nebraska team Friday, Saturday the local players go to Fre mont, where the Fremont team of the State league will be the opponent. This will be tho first trip thut a base ball team representing the Omaha school has ever made. Notwithstanding that this Is the first time that the University of Omaha has had a team In tho field. It Is playing stellar' ball and Is confident of making a very creditable showing against these teams. This will also mark the first Intercol legiate relations that have been opened between the Nebraska and Omaha uni versities. Omaha does not expect to beat Stlehm's Cornhuskers, but If a good game Is played, It will do a great deal toward boosting the athletlo standing of the smaller school. If the outfield will play the. some grade of ball that the Infield does,, the score will be held down. Dow or Adams will bo on the mound for Omaha In the game with Nebraska, The, Shetlands' chances against tha Christians are said to be fairly good, If Omaha Is able to win this game It' will be In a fair way to lay valid claim to the championship of the Nebraska Inter colleglnte Athletlo association. A return game will be played with Cotner Friday, May 9. Those who will make the trip are: Dow, Adams, Slotsky, John Selby, Paul Selby, Parish. Halsey. Rees,, Percival, Arends and Rhoden. The, Persistent nnd Judicious Use of Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to Business Success, SLUGGED AND ROBBED ON DAY OF CONVERSION Albert Corey of Elwood, Neb., sat hug. glng his knees on a curb at Fourteenth and Douglas streets laBt night while a street evangelist exhorted a gathering, to "get right with Ood." Corey pondered for a long while and finally decided1 to Join the forces of Light so he followed the girl with the tarn bourlne to a hall at Thirteenth and Dodge, where ho heard some more about the sunny side of life. Ha was completely converted when he stepped outside, and his mind wandered over Elyslan fields, where humming birds sip sweetness from fragrant blooms, when suddenly a negro with an extraordinary large fist knocked him down and stolo his , watch,, and sev eral dollars., At police headquarters, while tho sur geon was working on him, Corey re marked that If the devil took his deser tion so strongly to heart he was of a good mind to flop over again. Grows Beautiful, Heavy Hair, We Prove It 25 cent "Danderine" Destroys dandruff Stops falling hair Cleans and- invigor ates your scalp Delightful dressing. To be possesed of a head of heavy, beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy, wavy and free from dandruff Is merely a matter of using, a little Danderlne. It Is. easy and Inexpensive to have nice, soft hair and lots of It Just get a cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderlne now oil drug Btores recommend It apply a little as directed and within ten minutes there will be an appearance, of abund ance; freshness, flufflness and an In comparable gloss and lustre and try as you will you cannot find a trace of dand ruff or falling hair; bat your real sur prise will be after about two weeks' use H White Sewing Machines At Half Rs?fVrfi3ii.''a . a price 155.00, a snap at ,827,50 1 No. 00 Singer, golden oak case, ball bearing, hand lift, lUt price $60.00, sale price S41.JS5 All machines In this sale are guaranteed and have a complete set of attachments. New Home Machine S3O.00. S35.00. 338.00 to 850 Your choice of vibrating or rotary shuttle, chain stitch, in golden oak, -waxed oak, mission or fumed, oak coses. They're always best by every test. SS HAYDEN BROS. H NEGRO SLAYSJSH1TE MEN Two Killed and Throe Perhaps Fatally Shot. SLACK IS STILL AT LARGE Had Attacked Woman and, Armed vrlth HerolTer, Fled to Woods, Pumnttd br Hand of CIttsena. HAMPTON, 8. C, May l.-Two Hamp ton county men were killed and several injured In a pitched battle today and to night with Richard Hi Austin, a negro, accused of attempting an assault upon a white woman at Luray, 8. C. The dead are; Frank Bowers, a planter, and Judge F. H. IQdenfleld of Allandalo, 8, O. Georgo Hanna, Dr. 8. C. Moore and an unknown man, probably were fatally Injured. The negro has not been caught Austin was allrfred to have gone to the. home of a cltlten of Luray and attempted an assault upon a young woman this. atternoon. The woman's cries attracted passersby, but the negro escaped. Armed with a shotgun, a bag fUlod with shells,. a large revolver and a belt filled, with cartridges, he sought refuge In the woods. When the pursuers approached the negro In the woods he opened fire. In tho first round of shots Bowers was killed. Dr. Moore fatally wounded and George Hanna was shot In the hack. The pursuers retreated a short distance and kept up a scattered fire. Help was summoned' from Allandalo and Hamilton and bloodhounds wore ordered. Judge F. H. Kdenfleld of Allondale, who had Joined the forces, led a dash to th negro's hiding place. He was shot and Instantly killed and an unidentified man with him was probably fatally In jured. A oordon was drawn around the thicket where, the negro was nt bay and rein forcements awaited, Shortly after 9 o'clock tho negro mado a dash for liberty. At least five shots were oxchonged, hue he escaped. Bloodhounds are being rushed to the scene from Barnwell, 8. C, and the state penitentiary. Governor Blease has bean requested to send troops.. PLAN TO ADVERTISE GOODS MANUFACTURED IN OMAHA Despite the fact that the tornado dis arranged' and disorganized many of the plans of the Omaha Manufacturers' association, that organization Is still hard nt work boosting Omaha made goods and protecting Omaha manufac turers. One of tho latest plans Is the decision to advertise Omaha' -made goods on all pay envelopes distributed to employes In the' city of Omaha. A. W. Gordon has been delegated by Chairman Sanborn' to prepare, a form of pay envolopo' that will advertise homemade goods In tho most effective manner and at the next meeting a sample will he presented together with a plan for distribution by the Omaha Manufacturers' association. Chronic Stomach froablvs Cared. There Is nothing, more discouraging than a chronic disorder of the stomach It Is. not surprising that many suffer tor years with suph an ailment when .per manent cure Is within, their reach and may be had for-a trlfla? "About one year ago," says P. IL Beck, of Wakelee, Mich,, "I bought a package of Chamberlain's Tablets, and since using them I have felt perfectly well. I had previously used any number of different medicines, but none of them were of any lasting benefit" For sale by all dealers Advertisement Three nulldlnira Durnrd nt Ilrnlc, BRULB. Neb., May 1. (Speclal.)-Flre wiped out the local meat shop, garago and the Star restaurant yesterday morn ing, commencing at 2 at m. When dlsT covered by the proprietor of the Polly hotel It was too late to save the build ings. The loss Is, estimated at 15.000. Tha cause of the fire as yet Is unknown. Dynamite, Wrecks nulldlnira as completely as coughs and colds wreck lungs. Cure them quick with Dr, icing's New Discovery. 60c and 11.00. For sale, by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement. when you will see new, hair fine and downy at ftrsfr-yes but really new hair sprouting out "11 over your scalp Dan derlne Is, we believe,, tho only sure hair grower; destroyer of dandruff and cure for Itchy scalp and It never falls to stop falling hair at once. If you tfUDt to prove how pretty and soft your hair really Is, moisten a cloth with a little Danderlne and carefully draw It through your hair taking one small strand, at a time. Your hair will be soet, glossy and beautiful In Just a few moments a delightful surprise awaits everyone who tries this. Advertisement H Here's an opportunity to buy thoroughly depend able machines at truly exceptional bargain prices., No. 35 White notary, list price $70.00 drop head, rolled edge, automatlo lift; on sale .. 935.00 No. OS WMte, Vibrating nr(A ft A fifi flMtntnitls 11 r onn No. St White). Vibrating, Shuttle Machine. list Hi Here are Sensational Bargains for Friday Basement Sale of Shoes Desirablo shoos in stylos that aro now this soason go Friday at less than cost to produce. Hundreds small sizes; 3, 3& 4 and 4, aro displayed on bargain tabloB. You can buy theso fine shoes for women nt just about 25o on tho dollar on Friday. IN BARGAIN BASEMENT SPECIAL PURCHASE OP 1,000 MEN'S Spring Suits Many aro samples: others nre in, lots iu which there nro but 2 or 3 of a kind. Men's , and young men's modols in blue sergos, wor steds and cheviots; all sites; astonishing bargains. HBBBBBBBBBBBfl Worth up to $15, at. . Men's Odd Pants, $1.504198 pr. Light and dark patterns and noat Btxlpoa in men's good quality trousers that rcro made to sail regularly np to $3.50. BARGAINS IN Morcorizod Cotton foulards, stripes, chocks and dots on whitQ, nnd colored grounda; Friday at, tho yard 10c CHECKED NAINSOOK, Printed lawns nnd voiles good stylos and sorvlcenbla-" colorings; thouBan.ds of yards, at, the C yard . . . r. O C Remnants of Silks and Dress Goods Main door BOo Pare Italian Bilk Drm Chlfxon Tfftai .ywtt oolorlngt, lnoluaing tvenlng tints, crm and whttt, flCp 81 to SI. as yard -wiadrei all, moaalltm, pn a cy'gna, radlnm "itlki, ato on barrato qnara t7yrd, 73o All qnr accumulations ofmoialln, fonlardi, pony silks, orpa mtor, duwatw satins at pala,1barfralns. anil ends of nYgiTolais flrctg goods, whipcord,, diagonal!, rgaa. ato.l 3D to B6 ln. wld, at, yardT 38o. CUe and 09a 30 to 404noh drcis goods, rating fftots, SKffts, to. bamntj"at, th yard flBcTana SBo Importers' waplM) many ara atohd In bmainl-aU ilngU plc, ., 6o,and lOol all mntohtd plg&ia. ea., sSa 3 lots ot slltai for fancy work, trimming, ate Ibanmsnt, at, aaoh flo, SoJ- an a, loo REMNANTS OP WASH GOODS ON OUR MAIN FLOOR All remnant lengths, ato 10 yds, foriaorly sailing at a Bo and BCc, antranoa to Pompalan Boom, at, yd loo AU taa 3flo to 63o, 37to 404n. rmnantaof latlna, draas llnans, ato at, tha yard.. BBo, fltjo and 38 o Bilk ratlna'ln all tha'faaalonaMa , atreat ahadascargatn a.uara, at, tha yard..... ' BOo Remnants of Sample Pieces Allover Laces and Nettings Also insertions, edges, etc, of every description hun dreds to choose from; 2 big 15c-25c Art Needlework Dept TKX&D niOOB Btnmped Children's Drcesea in white, blue, tan and pink; sizes 1 to 8 years; with 2 skeins of (loss to embroider, 25 C v Wnlst Patterns, stamped on crepe or voile with robespierre or high 'collars; new designs 5Qq Btiinipcd flnent Towels on pure linen huck for cross stitch, punch or solid embroidery; Initial on each towel, each x 25 C Pnro 1lnen Pillow Tops, Scarfs and Centerpieces, with hand knotted fringe; floral and con ventional designs; 50o Of values, each at OC Free lossons In all branchaa of art noedleworlc every day from 8 to 6:80, The Persistent and Judicious Use of Newspaper Advertising is the Rqad to Businesa Snpcess,- Women's Oxforte mi Ftimps, $JW Button and strap stylos in tan and. dull black calfskin nnd patent loathor splendid values at tho pripo; all sizos, at. $jl89 Sample Oxfords aad Pumps, $110 of tmirs thnfc aro faotory samplos, in 675 $Q' and: 0 75 Boys' 75cjito WASH GOODS IN Thousands of yards ot 3 fl inch wide percale- remnants; light and dark styles; good grade, at, tho yard 9C SLIGHTLY IMPERFECT, YARD WIDE, AT fliiac YARD Egyptian and Halo thread tissues; tho cholqest designs and colorings that aro woven; 25c value, i( at, tho yard , AaJC 18-inch Embroidered Cam brio and Nainsook Flounc ings and Corset Coverings, iJfo Siirich Embroidered Galloons Worth up to 30c a yard at, the yard . . , 19c Wall Paper Spoclal lots brought forward from tho big bankrupt stock. Do your spring papering now, while prices are greatly re duced. Light papers in neat styles, suitable for bed rooms and sparo rooms; rogular price 5c, per roll at . , , . J5, A wide variety of rogular 8a and 10c papers that can be used for most any room, la 2 big lots, roll 3tt and 5 Special bed room papers -with, cut out border to matoh, 16c grades, per roll at j New liquid gold papers, wtth 0 and 18-lnch borders to match; 8O0 values, par roll 12J m BRANDEIS STORES, 6 1 11 R IN BARGAIN BASEMENT Bys' Suits Worth $2.50 at $1.59 Norfolks or doublo broasted styles; Russian or Blouso styles; splen did wenring worsteds and tweeds, jjj Boys' Smple Cftn Wish Suits OVC, Russian and dIoubo stylss with. military or sailor, col lars, worth 75c CC4- and 1. nt JfU.C $1 Odd Knickboiikera , , .490 Boys' 50o Rompers at s . .39c Boya' Blouso Waists at 25c Boys' 75o Doublo;Sot & Kne OvtjrallB, 49o OUR BASEMENT Fine quality Wblto India Ltno.n, worth tloublo tho prices, wo ask, at .the, yard Tfc.'io. la?,. ie and . . a M V All the drummers' ' sample plocos of woven ginghams will bo sold Friday at, , f ch 1 -A-t- piece A 2- New Trimming L&cea, Inser tions and Bands in crochet, Veniso and mncrnmo. effects, also 18-in. nllovcr laces in shadow and guipujrq de signs; wnrth up to. QA 75c, at, the yard WtfC Special Afternoon Luncheon Friday 2 to 5 p. m,, 40c Green Room, Cafe; Pompoian Room MENU. Boston, Olam Chowder Saltod Wafers Stuffed Olives, Celery Finnan Haddle, A la Delmonloo, and Baked Potatoes Tomato En Surprise l,emon Sherbet Demi Tasse CANDY SPEOJAL Pompoian Room, DeUolouH. Nut Patties; vanilla, strawberry and chocolate flavors with fresh nut meats; regularly 36a a lb., per lb, at 10$ jflLLLLt sHPHHmmPIPIH Ithe OMj rlMTOllJCPAVINODEP'Tl , Price, of Drawing Wta this 1J.E0. B I Coat of Zinc Etching- IQ Cont. naaaaasaSSSS i