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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: .TlTNE 15, 1013.
3-B SOCIETY G0ES MOTORING Pumics Are Being Held in the Country by the Motorists. MAHY ABE GOING ABROAD Outdoor Claim Are Ilelnir "Well Patronlaed Many YunnK People Are ItetnrnlnR from Blcrn School (or Summer. (Continued from Page Two.) M. Williams, and Mr. Wllllama. Mr. and Mrs. Uasklns left on the evening 'train for an extended western tour and wilt be Ot home after October 1 at Las Vesas, N. M. Announce Engagement. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Harpster announce (he engagement of their daughter, Flossie M. Harpster, to Emmett Miller. The wed ding will take place June 21 at the bride's borne on the thirtieth wedding anniver sary of the bride's parents. Johnson-Conway Engagement. ; Mr. and Mrs. Byron B. Conaway an nounce the engagement of their daughter, Marguerite, to William Franklin Johrison. The wedding will take place In the early fall and will be a very quiet affair, only the Immediate family being at the cere mony. Invitations Issued. Invitations are out for the wedding of Mlsa Nlllus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nlllus, Thirty-fifth and 'Broad way, Council Bluffs, to Mr. Earl E. Kockey, June 25. Mr. Hockey Is employed In the World-Herald composing room. At the Commercial Club, A number of former students under Chancellor David Starr Jordan had lunch eon together at the Commercial club Fri day and attended tho lecture following. The list Included Mr. and Sirs. Frank McCoy, Rev. and Mrs. F. B. Foster, Prof, and Mrs. Grumann of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Ure and Miss lone Armstrong of Council Bluffs. Pleasures Past The Oriole Card club met at the home of Mrs. C. F. Ratekln Thursday after noon. The decorations were carnations and roses and prizes were won by Mrs. L. Reed, Mrs. C. F. Ratekln, Mrs. L. Nye, Mrs. H. Fenton. Those present were: Mesdames Mesdames W. Johnston. Frank Snyder, Joel btewart, T. Boone, Albert Biggs, Louis Schonlan, David Brown. MJss Clare Dohlem. The next meeting will be In two weeks with Mrs. A. Biggs as hostess. Entertains Class. Friday evening Mrs. Charlee E. Lath rop entertained the eighth B class of Saunders BChool for her daughter, Luclle Lathrop. The programs, favors and prizes were In the class colors, blue and white. Those present wore: Misses Misses Vera Caughey, Dorothy Arter, Amelia Edqulst. Emily Burke, Kstner Newman, Margaret aenweig, Klenor carpenter, Luclle Lathrop. Frances Kopald Dorothy Hltchen, Dorothy Balbach, Messrs. Jack Landale, Raymond Taber, Byron Beebe. Walter Ahlstrom, Messrs. Clifford Wyman, Lawrence Hogue, Roger Rase, (Harry Hobsoo. Miss Reld, Miss Wetzel. For Graduating Class. The, Misses Mildred Best and Gertrude Eellner entertained the graduating class of Long school at the latter's home, Fri day evening, June 13. The house was .beautifully decorated In the class colors, red and white, and brightened with, flowers of red and white roses. Refresh ments were also served In the class colors. Universal Circle Entertain. The Universal circle will entertain at a card party at the hall at Twenty eighth and Fowler streets, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. M. E. Miller and Mrs. H. O. Moore will be the hostesses. 1 1 House Party. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Crane enter tained at a house party over Sunday at their attractive place near Florence. The out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Raymond and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Raymond, who motored up from Lincoln. To Beside in Dundee. An attractive young matron who has recently come to Omaha to reside, la Mrs. Henry M. Browning of Washington, D. C. Mrs. Browning was formerly at Louisville, Ky and spent some time In Superfluous Hair Truths Stop Experimenting If you use a simple toilet prepara tion and it proves to be worthless, you only lose money. When you use a questionable depilatory, however, It is a very serious matter because you not only lose money, but you take the grave, risk of permanent dlsflgure roent. You Value Your Face use De Miracle, the one safe, perfect ed hair remover of proven merit. Re member, the injury aused by the use of doubtful hair removers will either result in permanent disfigurement or cost you many dollars because it will take months or possibly years to gain control of hair growths which have been stimulated by the use of such preparations. Only Real Hair Remover on Earth Do Miracle contains certain ingre dients which give it the power to rob hair of its vitality. Therefore, you must eventually use it to retard and gain control of growths which have been caused by the unwise use of questionable depilatories. Is it not safer and wiser to begin using De Miracle now, before the growth gels beyond control? Leaves No Telt-Tale Smell If you use Do Miracle it will be Im possible for any curious person to Know that you have used a hair re mover because De Miracle evaporates Immediately after accomplishing its work, therefore leaves no odor what ever. On the other band, if you use any depilatory with a distinctive odor. n oflcnslvo tell-tale smell will cltng to your skin for hours. If your dealer will not supply you with De Miracle, end 11-00 direct. New truths In next advt De Miracle Chemical Co., New York Sold and recommended by BIIKKMAN & McCOXNEMu. OWL DltUO COMPANY. ( HAltVAIU) PHARMACY t LOYAL PHARMACY, Her Engagement Announced The Omaha Commercial club is lmUht(rt to Uuolld Martin for a most interesting souvenir of tho first trade trip over made In the wesl. That was twentv-rlirht cars ago In lSS.V-the occasion belnc th formal opening of the Orwron Short Lino. The trip was a complimentary ono on tho part of the Union Pacific Railroad corn- Boston studying art. Mr. and Mrs. Browning and young daughter, Audrey, will make their home here. For Miss Caroline Congdon. At the attractive home of Mrs. James E. Boyd, her daughter, Mrs. Ellis L. Blerbower, entertained delightfully at a reception Saturday afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock, In honor ot Miss Caroline Cong don, whose engagement to Herbert French was recently announced. June roses, peonies and other spring flowers were used In decoration, and assisting were: Mesdames James McICenna, Harold Qlfford, Ella Squires, Taylor, John Q. Bourke, A. J. Love. Mesdames Isaao E. Congdon, McDonald of Norm Platte, J. M. Metcalf, Louis Bradford, H. W. Yates. Thomas Ktlpatrlck, Arthur Rogers, H. a Caldwell. of Tiogo, Victor Caldwell, Misses Jessie Millard, Ethel Morse, Elizabeth Congdon, Dorothy Morgan, Anna Bourke, Joseph Barton. Henry Wyman, Misses Pauline Bourke, Josephine Congdon, Janet McDonald of North Platte. Luncheon for June Bride. Mrs. James England and Mrs. D. W. Dudgeon will entertain at a miscellaneous shower Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Dudgeon, for Miss Ethel Bcatrtse Issltt, who will be a Juno bride. Mazda Dancing Party. The Mazda society gave Its last danco of the season at Turner hall Thursday evening., Although the Indoor dancing season Is about over, tho cool weather permitting, It was well attended. Thoso present were: Misses Misses Anna Kouba, Frances Semlk, Helen Smith, Agnes Peters, Julia Wagner, Mildred Steelier, Anna E. PetsCa, Rose Hoffman, Robi Zechtnelster, Margaret Frances Krycok, Stoltenberg, Julia Stenlcka, Alvlua Grupp, Anna Welst. . Emma Kouba, Clara Kempf, Rose Shestak, Mamie Soukup, Claro Brodcrdorp, Anna Rlha, Agnes Yambor, Anna Cecha, Emma Mertz, Marie Pavllk, Alby Patck, Mamie Chvala, Helen Masolc, Ida Semerad, Irene Stoltenberg, Florence Wlttlg, Helen Lastovlca, Emma Vltoush, Millie Flala, Jessie Nelson, Marie Bloemer, Alblna Walasek, Agnes Smyth, Mamie Sloup, Virginia Allen, Irent AS Stccker, Josephine Smith, Katherlne Helen Pavllk, Chadwlck, Antcnet Chadwlck, Hannah Sullivan, Bridget O'Toole. Anna Barta, Anthonette Heller, Anna Yunek, Agnes C. Bedi, Tony Yunek, Anna Schartow, Stella Smrkovsky, Mabell Grlnnell, Olga Spicka, Marie Kerchma, Bess Pecha, Rose Kerchma, Marie Ostronlc, Alma Broderdorp, Frances Benak, Sophe E. Madoerln, Alma Zemanek, Mildred Kubat, Anna Peter, Mae Rodgers, Emma Kment, Sadie Jones, Rose Kuncl, Anna M. Roucek, Elizabeth Tlllle Vltoush. Shramek, Lulu Florerchlnger, Anna Drapallk, Agnes Benak, Emma Miller, Tillle Kouba. Messrs. Messrs. George W. Kroupa, E. Closman, J. Walasek, John Prlborskl, M. M. Trummer, Dick Morton, E. Walasek, Oral P, Moeory, J. F. Kuncl. Jr.; Cavanaugh. J. J. Schneider, Emmett Kehl. Charles Semlk, Edward J. Svoboda, Ft. Pros. f. J, KraJIcck, Oscar Boyer, Charles Spicka, 3. A. Bcker. Dr. Charles Short, Charles Mollner, Joseph J. Pavllk, J. Korlsko, George Mach, W. Korlsko, Frank JIndra. Harry Snyder, Charles Dunek. L. J, Wavrln, Charles J. Kllllan. J. Kulhanek, J. J. Pwaln, G. Hamann. J. P. Franks. Aldrlch Cecha, F'nk Grtndel. F, A. Robertson, Wliinr, Bloemer, , James Shields, Dr. H. R. John Fogarty. Chalnunka, Harold G. Bell, .Toesenh Yunek. J. P. Svoboda, Jumes Nnrrard, Frank Brunk, Vik Mellllnger, Fred Barsell,. Chrl Flala, Jame Mnvlan, J. H. Thell. John Smith, Ixnl(i Duek. F. J, Kulhanek, J. V. Broderdorp, E. Brvn, Albert A noerlae, Rav Harris, F. .T. Walker, 3. McManus. Anderson. A. Lastovlca, Urnrv Noll, n. Zsstera. P. Petsk. Frank W. Roucek, um rd Kmpf, Arthur Kinney, A .Tofctmnn. Wallpee Dolan, P G. .Tmer. A. C Osfronln. rv-.1r Krallcek, John F. Htorek. TT. Krl' C E. BUnlnkn. Jr.! Tmtwot rnnU. Hptv Grobenk, w-nnV nlrhal. T,. T flrnhAck, TTnt-rf Tohon. TT. P Rhnlf. Wihi.i T,inPr fhn.i,.., Onre. tit u. Tn.nzi r V(inr. H. A. L-o-mnn Winiam Km-. anrre Shestak. " and M'u. W. Volnonv. Dr. and Mrs. R. TVrnstbler. to Switzerland; then to Paris and the ocean trip home. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Towle. Mr. and Mrs. Storm. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goss. Mr. and Mrs. George Cassetl Smith. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Breckenrldge. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wllhelm. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Hochstctler. Mr. and Mrs. John Stout. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McMullen. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Howell. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. James Barker, 2d. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin. Mesdames Mesdames O. T. Eastman, J. E. Balim, E. P. Peck. G. W. Megeath, Denlso Bark alow, Windsor Megeath, Harold Glfford, Misses Marlon Towle, Naomi Towle, Margery Smith, Messrs Samuel Burns, sr., E. M. Andreesen, Hal Yates, Misses Esther Wllhelm, Katherlne Baura, Mao' Megeath. Messrs Burdette Klrkendall, Clarence squires, Judson Squires. MARTIN HASJEAT SOUYENIR Preserves Card of First Trade Ex cursion Out of Omaha. OPENING OF THE SHORT LINE Many of the l.emllnic CHUrim Who Made the Trip Have Fnnsed Airnr Othem Are Still In HnrnrM. l )in Httd was made lo Impress the twen lt -nine imnhn buMuee nun who partici pated with the possibilities of the new territory and open It to Omaha trade. Twenty-one days were consumed In the trip over the lines of the Union Pacific railroad. Oregon Short Line and the Ore gon Railroad and Navigation company to Portland, Seattle and Tacoma, with side trip to Vancouver and Victoria. An other side trip was made by stage to Shoshone Falls, Idaho, as guests of John A. Crelghton and C. H. Dewey, who owned the falls at that time. Mr. Martin, who made the trip, recalls many personal Incidents among others that Luther Drake was the champion whist player: George A. Hoagland, the fisherman of the party; Captain C. B. Rustln tho social "developer," and John A. Crelghton and Fred Metz the "Jubilee singers." The personnel of this party la here re produced In the same form as It appears on the card Omaha business men's excursion, May, ISffi, Omaha to Portland. D. C. Adams, wholesale Jobber. Guy C. Barton, president Omaha and Grant Smelting and Refining company. M. 11. Wins (Bliss & Isaacs), whole sale crockery. W. ,J. ltroateh, wholesale heavy hard ware, etc. general John C. Cowln. attorney at law. John A. Crelghton, Omaha Nail works. Charles H. Dewey (Dewey A Stone), wholesale furniture. John H. Donnelly, Ogallala Land and Cattle company. Luther Drake, Merchants National bank. W. J. Footner. superintendent North ern Paclflo Express company. l A. Fried (Lee, Fried A Co.), whole sale hardware. Ben Gallagher (Paxton A Gallagher), wholesale groceries. S. II. Hayden, Omaha White Lead Works. George A. Hoagland, lumber dealer. P. E. Her, Willow Springs Distilling company. W. J. Jaekman, Omaha Dally Herald M, A. Kurtz, wholesale dry goods. G. W. Llnlnger (Llnlnger & Metcalf Co.), agricultural Implements. K. Martin (Parlln. Orendorff & Martin), agricultural Implements. Fred Metz, Metz Brewing company W. V. Morse (W. V. Morse ft Co.), wholesale boots and shoes. E. M. Morsman, general manager Pacl flo Expresn. W. I,. Parrotte (W L. Parrotte A Co.), wholesale hats and caps. O. N. Ramsey, Omaha Barb Wire com pany. Thomas Rogers (Milton Rogers 4 Sons), wholesale stoves, etc J. M. Ross, Omaha Dally Republican. D. C. Russell, Omaha Dally Bee. Captain C. B. Rustln. mines and stock. J. C. Spratlln (D. M. Steele ft Co), wholesale groceries. P. P. Shelby, general freight agent Union Pacific railway. J. W. Morse, general passenger agent Union Paclflo railway. Key to the Situation Bee Advertising. Birthday Celebration. Mrs. Milton Mach entertained Saturday afternon In .honor of her daughter, Norma, who celebrated her eighth birth day anniversary. Those present were: Misses Misses Eleanor Crandall, Dorothy Ragan, Janet Borglum, Luclle Uehllng, Evelyn Nowbranch, June Crandall, Lucille Lloyd. Marcella Foster. Mary Besen, Nellie Terkelsen, Josephine Mach. Dorothy Hulderman. Eleanor Newbranch.Wllhelmlna Harrison Travelocue Party. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin enter tained at a travelogue party Friday even ing at the homo of 'Mr. and Mrs. George Barker for Mr. and Mrs, John W. Towle All of the pictures and views were of the routetaken by Mr. and Mrs. Towle on their trip abroad last year .Starting with Liverpool, there were views of the ScotcH and English lakes, of Stratford-on-Avon, London, Canterbury, Dover and OaUnd. Thence to Holland and the JtfetM Uip Picnic at Elmwood Park. The Frances Wlllard society of the Omaha High school gave a farewell to their seniors at a picnic In Elmwood park Thursday afternoon. Miss Vera Orr and Miss Eva Kauffman won prizes at racing. At a business meeting the following of ficers were elected; President, Florence Emmett; vice president, Lula C. Pritch ard: secretary and treasurer, Mildred Whtted. Those present were: Llda Proobstlng, Florence Emmett. Dorothy Skinner, Vera Orr, Mary O'Leary, Mildred Whlted, Nettle Mulr. Violet Hughes. Louise Stratbucker, Eva Kauffman, Helen Johnson, Lula C. Prttchard, Esther Dentson, Nona Bridge. Amelia Jensen, Fannie Adams. Anna Adams, In and Out of the Bee H've. Victor Caldwell Is spending the week In Chicago. G. W. Megeath is spending some time In Washington, D, C. Randall Brown leaves Friday to attend his class reunion at Amherst Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keellne left for their 'ranch near Gillette, Wyo Thurs day. Mr, Robert Lozler left Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Charlos Kountze for New York. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wharton have spent the week In New York and are expected home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Silver will spend several days visiting at their former home in Chicago. Frank T. B. Martin left last evening to spend ten days In New York and Washington. D. C. Mrs. Grant Williams will leave this evening for Chicago, where she will visit for several weeks. Mlsa Ella Zabel, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Beaton, returned yes terday to Milwaukee. Bert Cox went to his homestead in Mellette county, South Dakota, for a few weeks' visit with his family. Miss Mary Rlngwalt returned Tuesday from six weeks in Detroit and Grosse lie, Mich., where she visited relatives. Mrs. H. D. Blanchard returned Friday from Hampton, Neb., where she was called by the illness of her daughter, Frances Williams. Jirs. Harry C. Ryan returned Saturday from Minneapolis, where she was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. George R. Planteen, for a visit of a month. Mr. Howard Baldrlge la eaat for ten days on business and to see his son, Mal colm, who will remain east for the sum mer, visiting in Hollldaysburg, Pa., and In Maine, Mrs. Cornelius Riley and small son will leave this evening for Portland, Ore., where thoy will spend the summer with Mrs. Rlley'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Ryan. Mr. and. Mrs. James A. Griffin, Miss Vivian Griffith and Walter Griffith leave today for New York and Washington, D. C Mrs. Griffith and .Miss Griffith will spend the summer at Asbury Park, N. J. Personal Gossip. Mrs. C. W. Turner, Jr., who haa been visiting Mr. Turner's father and sister In New York, Is this week In Boston, to at tend the Wellesley reunion. Mrs. Tur ner wan a graduate of Wellesley. Mr. and Mrs. John Barker and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, who have been- re siding at 3324 Harney street since the tornado, will move Monday to their for mer home. Mornlngslde. 3S2S Dodge street. EATON & LAIER CO.'S First Semi-Annual Clearance Sale Our First Somi-Annual Clearance Sale, which begins Monday, will be the biggest furnituro store event of the year in Omaluu It is the earliest clearance sale of the season; it is n salo in a now store, every bit of whose mer chandise has been bought this year. Kovor boforo has a bona fide clearance salo of furniture been hold in Omaha bo oarly. We are breaking the record. Later you may bo away on a vacation, later It will bo pretty hot for shopping. Now you aro In Omaha, tho weather 1b not bo hot, you havo moro to choose from. And you'll find prices lower In our fctoro during this salo than In any other store, on goods of samo quality. We quote remarkablo reductions on thousands of articles In Furniture, Draperies and Floor Coverings. Regular prices and Clearanco Salo Prices aro plainly marked on yellow tags. Remember tho early comers have tho widest choice. A few of our prices as quotod below: Furniture Clearanco Sale of Bedroom Furniture, Including brass, iron and wood bods pil lows, mattresses, springs, chlldren'd beds, dressers, chiffoniers, dressing tables, cheval glasses, chiffonier robes, etc., In golden oak, mahogany, curly birch, bird's eye maple, fumed oak, Circassian walnut, American walnut, brown mahogany, whito, old Ivory and gray enamol. S4.50 Sanitary Spring..... 53.0 S 18.50 Felt Mattrcsa 90.00 J10.B0 Felt Mattress fa.7B $13.60 Brass Bed S8.75 $12.60 Dixie Mattress 89.70 $12.60 Felt Mattress 910.EO $16.00 Box Spring 812.00 $21.00 Brass Bed $14.75 $22.00 Golden Oak Dresser 818.00 $26.60 Golden Oak Dreascr 810.70 $26.60 White Enamel Dresser. . .819.70 $26.00 Bird's-eye Maple Dressing Table 819.75 $27.00 Circassian Walnut Dresser. $33.00 $27.00 Brass Bed $34.70 $36.00 Golden Oak Chiffonier. .. .839.70 $36.00 Blrd'n-eyo Maple Dresser . .839,70 $40.00 Curly 111 rah Dresser 833.00 $44.00 Circassian Walnut Dresser. 839.70 $60.00 Mahogany Chiffonier 839.70 $61.00 Golden Oak Dresser 840-0O .$62.00 Brass Bed $47.00 $60.00 Brass Bed 803.00 $76.00 Ivory Knamel Dresser. . . . 883.00 $80.00 Ivory Enamel Chiffonier ..863.00 $76.00 Mahogany Chiffonier .,..880.00 $100.00 Mahogany Dresser 880.00 $126.00 Mahogany Dresser 8100.00 $180 Mahogany Chiffonier Robe $130.00 Clearance Sale of Living Room Furniture including the original Craftsman line of mis sion furniture chairs, rockers, davenports, library tables, rich overstuffed sofas and choirs, luxurious leather rockers and couches, famous Pullman bed davenports, sectional nnd plain bookcases. Below are aome of the ar ticles on sale: $19.00 Fumed Library Table 810.00 $20.00 Fumed Bookcase S:7,S9 $26.00 Mahogany Rocker $i?'Z5 $30.00 Fumed Chair zHJ'IS $30.00 Leather Chair...... $"'52 $32.60 Fumed Library Table.... 927.00 $37.00 Fumed Library Table $40.00 Mahogany Chair WW0 $60.00 Leather J Sofa. 83.00 $65.00 Overstuffed Chair. ....... .W3.BO $66.00 Mahogany Library Table. .840-00 $53.60 Fumed ftocker. M7.0O $76.00 Overstuffed Sofa -'"SStSS $80.00 Fumed Settee tbo $82.50 Fumed Settee. . -Jli'SS $100.00 Mahogany Library Table. .878.00 $100.00 DaVcno XSSm $100.00 Mahogany Bookcase 87.00 $126.00 Mahogany . Davenport. . $160.00 Leather Chair chalra, otc. $3.60 Maple Chair-. - . . - J6.00 Mission Chair. $6.00 Fbre Rocker. "J5 $6.00 Fibre Chair.... ... , ?S $6.60 MlMlon Rocker $6.60 Couch Hammock $9.00 Maple Swing....... M'S'Sa $10.00 Chinese Grass Rocker.. ..sjo 59.00 Maple Settee m Jk 110.00 I'oucn nmmo , , , i $95.00 899.70 899.70 1Z.OO AllHSlon neiiee ZZ'Zi $17.60 Chinese Grass Settee v'.i'tl $13.60 Willow Chair frS-SS $15.00 Fibre Sette .... 818.00 he En willow fh.tr ..813.00 $80.00 Bungalow Chair .. ....830.00 t34.00 Bungalow Sofa.... 530.00 $44.00 Bungalow Table 833.70 $46.60 Bungalow Chaise 830.00 Furniture Clearance Salo of Dining Room Furni ture In nowest designs and finishes, such as golden oak waxed, golden oak polished, fumod oak, Scotch gray, mahogany and enamol buffets, china closets, sorvlng tablos, chairs and tabloa. This small list convoys some idea of our Bale prices, $13.60 Fumed Table $10.00 $22.00 Fumed China Closet S1B.70 $26.60 Golden Ouk Table $33.60 $33.00 Fumed Buffet 830.00 $38.00 Golden Oak China Closet. .837.50 $60.00 Golden Oak Buffet $47.00 180.00 Mahogany Table 800.00 $80.00 Mahogany Buffet 807-00 $295.00 Kheraton Mahogany SutteS330.00 $613.50 Queen Ann Mahogany Suite 8300.80 Clearance Sale of Novelties known an a gift line, including sewing tables, fancy card tables, tea wagon, book tilockB, candlesticks, tea tableH, pedestals, fancy lamps, hall cloaks, trays, ladles' desks, nmoklng stands, cellar ettes, telephone stands, nest tables, $5.50 Oak Pedestal 94.BO $6.60 Golden Oak Pedestal $0.90 $30.00 Mahogany Nest Table 837.00 $66.00 Mahogany Clock 849.70 $62.50 Mahogany Card Table $07.00 $76.00 Mahogany Ladles' Desk. .. .$67.00 Clearanco Sale of Three-piece Parlor Suites and parlor tables, fancy mahogany rockers, music cabinets, piano benches, connol tables, hall trees, mlrrora, davenports, etc. $10,00 Mahogany Parlor Tablo. .. .87.00 $12.50 Oak Parlor Table 89.00 $17.60 Mahogany Parlor Table. .. .814.00 $19.00 Golden Oak Hall Tree. .. .1118.70 $30.00 Mahogany Hall Tree 1(35.00 $35.00 Mahogany Chair '25'Z? i 70.00 Mahogany Davenport 1154.70 76.00 3 Piece Parlor Suite I,GH 110.00 3 Piece Parlor 8ulte 890.00 Clearance Sale on Children's Chair, Rockers, Carriages and Go-Carts, Kitchen Cabinets and Refrigerators. Office Fur niture. Rugs Clearance Sale of a largo and varied as sortment of Rugs, prices on some of which follow: $2.60 27x36 Body Brussels 81.00 $2.60 30x60 Scotch Rug 81-BO nam uug 54,?r rtnr Ilur 81.90 Scotch Rug ,. 83.00 $8.00 $8.0 27x54 1.00 30x60 $3.50 36x72 $4.26 24x48 $6.60 27x54 $6.76 Mohalr...w... .... 83.10 Wilton S4.oo Royal Avn TlruHAAla $9.50 36x68 Royal Wilton 110.00 Y-6Xi uruBsein . . $10,60 8-3x10-6 Brussels 10.70 10.70 0 a stf .-.:$ .oo .89.00 til 71 7 Wlltnn VMvet .. B1B.BO $14.00 6x9 Royal Axmlnlster la-52 $19.26 4-6x7-6 Arablo Wilton. .. .81!M0 $20.60 8-3x10x6 Axmlnlster...... 816.00 $28.50 9x12 Axmlnlster , J;Z'52 $22.75 4-6x9 Arabic Wilton 8-00 $21.00 11-3x12 Bruasets . f8-00 $23.00 9x12 Wilton Velvet S-fS $26.50 6x9 Imperial 5H'52 $34.60 6x9 Arablo Wilton fi2'22 $33.50 11-3x12 Axminster $27.50 $42.60 10-6x13-6 Axmlnlster, 52?'92 $42.00 10-6x12 Body Brussela. . . . Wl.BO $45.60 9x9 Arabic Wilton $53.00 8-3x10-6 Wilton !i7'72 $46.00 9x12 imperial. 838.50 $55.00 10-6x10-6 Wilton 22-92 $56.00 9x12 Arablo Wilton Si2"?2 $88.00 9-10x13-1 Germany Saxony Jja.M $62.60 10-6x12 Royal Wilton.... 25?'0 167.50 9x12 Wilton...... SS'IS $66.00 11-3x12 Imperial $76.00 10-8x12 Arablo Wilton t"'0 $72.50 10-6x13.6 Royal .Wilton. .. .WJ-OO $80.00 11-3x15 Royal Wilton 888.00 Linoleums Cloaranco Sale of Prlntod and Inlaid LlnoloumB. Hundreds of patterns to se lect from, eo.and OSo Unoleumn, d yd- 39o 7&o.X.lnolum 13 ft sg. yd. 480 Rcmmants Linoleum, aq. yd Sflo Inlaid Linoleum $1.10 8 ft. wide, sq. yd. "....80o' $1.50 Inlaid, sq. yd. 81.10 $1.66 Inlaid, nq yd 81.30 Remmants of Inlaid, eq yd. '. .COo Draperies Clearance Sale of Lace and Scrim Cur tains, not the ordinary "salo" curtains, but clean, new stock. $1.86 to $1.76 Curtains 08o ' $2.00 Curtains 81.30 - $3.50 Curtaina $1.00 $6.00 Curtains ,...83.98.- $7.60 Curtains 84.10 $10.00 Curtains 80.00 60 off on odd pairs Lace Curtains. Clearance Salo of Fancy Nets. Thou sands of yards of new and artistic designs. 190 300 . ,uuu 36o Nets 35c nets 55a Nets . . 76c and 86a Nets $1.00 and $1.25 Nets 75o $1.50 and $2.00 Nets, sqq Clearanco Salo of Scrims, Vollos and Marquisettes, plain and bordered. Large assortment. SOo Value ...... .. 16V4o 35o Value lso 45c Value U3o 76o Value 39o Clearance Salo of Cretonnes. Right In season. Choicest domestic and Imported pattorns. Wo name two of many specials. 40o Value 19o 60o Value 390 Clearance Salo of Sunfast Madras. Big range of colors and patterns. Sunfast Madras and Silk, 80 and 36 In. wide, values to 86c 49o $1.60 Value 50 In. wide 980 Clearance Sale of Drapery and Portiere materials. Velours, Armures nnd Sunfast fabrics. $2.00 Value $1.19 Velours, damask, tapestry and brocades. $6.00 Value ,.t 83.75 $4.00 Value .83.03 Clearance Salo of Portieres and Couch Covers. $6.00 Value 83.90 $7.60 Value $3.85 $12.00 Value 97.OO 16 off on Cedar Chests, Shirtwaist Boxes and Screens. 65c Green Rep 43o 75c Cream Colored Madras ,..09o 16o Extension Rods 80 lOo Bash Rods ..,....... .;0a - Prices Marked on Yellow Tags. For Odd Pieces at Odd Prices, Visit Our Bargain Basement BEATON LAIER CO. Payments if You Wish. 415-17 South Sixteenth Street Prices Marked on Yellow Tags. I jig 1 it5 . immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm W. G. Colling Co. Inc. inferior Decorations Living Room and Porch Furniture in Willow and Wicker A Large Variety at Reasonable Prices Douglas 3268 1903 Fanam H.