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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JTNE 23, 1913.
as 1 rTHhre- o ox & vBee-HiVe HwMUT.T.TPTnTA VHrlotr Tnnn 9.7 1013. y Ujr MJLMIMMk AWM4 VA "J , w " ' -ANY Omahans aro leaving shortly to spend the summer at tho sea shore, mountains or lakes. Mr, and Mrs. F. II. Davis and daughters, Misses Elizabeth and Mono Davis, will leave July 7 for Atlantic City for a week knd will then go to Watch Hill, R. I., for tho remainder of the summer. Mrs. Rbss B. Towlo and her sister, Miss DoVVcese, who Is her guest, will leave about July 7 for Canon City, Colo., to be with tholr parents dur ing the warm weather. Mr. Towlo will Join them later In tho summer. Misses Esther Byrne, Beatrlco Coad and Irene Coad aro visiting collego friends In Troy and Amsterdam, N. Y., and several houso parties havo been given in their honor. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barker 2d plan to visit Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Coad on tho Coad ranch near Cheyenne next month. Tho latter part of July Arthur Kcollne Hvill return from his ranch near Oilette and Orcutt Beaton will return to Wyoming and Join Mr. and Mrs. Keellno at Teopeo Lodge for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shepard and their daughter, Dorothy, leave for Portland, Ore., next week, where they will remain until October. Mrs. Clarke Powell and two chlldron will leave Sunday for St. Paul, and from there will go to Battle Lake, Mich., to remain two months. Mr. Powell will Join them August 1, to spend a month. I em weddlna; trip and will be at home- after Aujust 1 at the home of the Bride grnndpnrents at 1JH South Thirty-second street. Anions the out-of-town guests were Messrs. S. D. Dunbar, rtalph B. Dunbar, Iloy Dunbar, John I Moller, Ray Moller, Miss Bessie Moller, Miss Verna II. Nelson, Mm. C. C. Wallace and Mrs. James U Martin, all of Fremont. Fashion Hint Garden Party. Miss Margery Smith entertained de lightfully at a garden party, Thursday evening at the home of her parentis Mr. and Mr. George Smith, In honor of Miss Erna Reed ana Miss Virginia Offutt, who have recently returned from school. The guests were received on the verandah and Japanese lanters were used In lighting the verandah and lawn; the lanterns also out lined a Japanese pargoda, where lunch was served. The evening was spent In dancing and assisting were Misses Dor othy and Mary Rlngwalt. About thirty members of the school set were present. Annual Chadron Picnic The second anual picnic ot the Trl-Clty Chadron club will be held at Miller's park Saturday afternoon, June 28. Mayor Dahlman and Captain Allen O. Fisher, the present muyor of Chadron, will be the principal speakers, of the afternoon. All ex-Chadronltcs .are cordially Invited to attend the picnic. The Invited guests are: - ' Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Atkins,. Mrs. Atkins, Dr. and Mrs. P. T. Barber, Mr, and Mrs, Charles Dates, Mr. and Mrtt. James Drown, Mr. and Mrs. E. 'It. Burke, Mr. and Mrs. Beard, .. . . Mr, and Mrs. E. L, .Barr, . , , Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beatty, Sir. and Mrs. Arthur Chase," Mr. and Mrs. James Chlzek, Mr and Mrs. W..T. Crook Mr. and Mrs. .W. J. Culkln. Mr. and Mrs, Austin- Gollctt, Mr. and Mrs. Hay Cooley, Mr, and Mrs. Francis Carley, Mr. and Sirs. J. W. Cowell, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur -Carley, - Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dahlman, Mr, and Mrs. Q. A. Eckles, Mr. and Mrs.- TaUl Ebener, ' Mr. and Mrs. D. 8, Efner, Dr, and Mrs. C. Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. iFpfdman, , ' " Mr, and Mrs. Art Gillespie, ' , Mr. and Mrs. nalph.Qood, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hurt, Mr, and Mrs. U. E. Hall, Dr, and Mrs. 'I. Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hllbert, Mr. and Mrs. uert itoei. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Juhl, a. Mrs. Lome. Mr. and Mrs. C. II King, Mr. and Mrs. fleorire Marshall. ' Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Marsh, Mr, and Mrs. S. S. Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Mead, - Mr. and Mrs. George Mead, Mrs. Henry Maxwell, I Mr. and Mrs. Ed O'Conner, C Mr and Mrs. P. M. Prlchard, ; Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Prentlse. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Rlekman, , Mr. and Mrs. DeForest lUchards, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Bagert, Mr. and sirs, unaries lennani, i Mr. and Mrs. T. A. wauon. Gym Club Picnlo. The Gym ClUD oi ine unmno hr" school held an all day picnic In a grove near Albright, Tuesday. Those present were: VI..OH- Misses Erdlce Baumgardner.Bess Dumont, Helen Sorensen, Mildred Barber, Myrtle Hayaen, Delia Rich, Nettle Mulr. Helen Diesel. Anna Huxhold, Virginia Weller. Augusta Gray, Esther Knapp, Hazel Leaverton, Mary Berbert, Doris Braden, Latlcla Van Buren. Misses Vda Arnell. ose usraen, larv Wise. Babe Tucker, Joseph Anthony, lAiec tmrnpion, Frank Coe. .James Hasburge, William Campbell, C. F. Hewitt, Ted Duffy, J. K. McCombs, Charles Furay, lames Farrell, William Kyan. KVHey Itenshaw, Homer Paxton, Ralph Madison, A. II. Marshall. Walter Mann. A., W. Warrick, XV. w. wooas. george Van Tuwegan Kdklns, noyce. Mm Misses- Fay Allen. Marie Phelps, Nell Wilson. Dora Woods. Messrs. Paul Bonarden, Aleo 11 a si am, C. E. Campbell, Hagermann, C. E, Dillon, Mose Howard, Guerln, Guy Long. Fred Goodenough, M.'V. Gearing, John Goodenough, Oeorge Rickey, uiauae roits, Harry Page, D. F. Phelan. Charles Mahl, Ward Mclntyre, Mesdamea Sargent. U Smith, O. a. Brewster, Hughes, Jennie Danley, Pi Beta Phi Luncheon. Local members of the PI Beta mi sorority will have luncheon at the Field club Saturday, when the hostesses wltl be Mrs. W. L. Yetter, Mrs. H. M. Mc Clanahan and Mrs. John Lavelle. Mis Mary Phllllppt. who has Just returned from the convention In Chicago, will give an address on the work of the con vention. About thirty-five are expected to be present at the luncheon. The W. W. Club. The W. W. club was entertained by. Mrs. J. Kelley McCombs Wednesday afternoon. All of the members but Mrs. Oldtltld were present. Mrs. John A. Dempster was honor guest, also Mrs. Clarence Brewater and children. The next meeting will be a picnic at Miller park.' ' Pairalco.Club Party. "Miss' Esther' Swanson and Miss Rose Dixon entertained the young ladles of the Pagalco club Wednesday evening, at a school day part. The guests dressed as school girls and the decorations were carried oirt ln the club colors. Those pres ent were! Misses Misses Esther Swanson, Frances Mulholland, Jane Penner, Winifred Dixon, Katherlne, Tunnlson, Anna Dobrusky. Ethel Mulholland, Marie Norgaard, Vera Newton, Rose Dixon. At the Country Club. Entertaining at dinner at the club Saturday evening will be C. T. Stewart, who will have fourteen guests; C. T. Kountce, fifteen; H. H. Baldrlge, six; C, E. Yost, six. Mrs. A. V. Klnsler had six guests- at luncheon today at the club. This evening Jacjt Webster will have fifteen guests at the club. Miss Elisabeth Davis entertained at luncheon at the Country club Thursday for; Misses Misses Katherlne Beeson, Mildred Butler. ue wecse or Elizabeth Bruce, Colorado Springs. Mrs. Harold Prltchett. At the Field Club!"""" Saturday evening dinner reservations have been made by II. O. Edwards, who will have covers placed for twenty-six B. a Baker, eight; A. T. Root, ten; T. B. Kelly, ten; Albert Cahn, six; B. F. Marshall, eighteen; J. r. Kerr, four; Dr. Abbott, four; J. O. Slford, four; L. Btorx, three, By IiA RACONTEUSE. Effective and rich "dishabille" of white liberty. The foundation of liberty Is a slip, giv ing a broad square decollete and a small pointed train at the bottom. Over' this slip Is draped a coral silk muslin cross ing k front and a small coat ot gray silk muslin, embroidered with gold and spangles,, achieves this dishabille. Florence Hall. Joseph ReaVdon. Ian Mason. isaun ttmun, Sara Bell. Alice Johnson, Irene Mason, Lemesh-Decker Wedding. Miss Malttda Decker and Mr. Paul W. Xamesh of Omaha were united in mar riage at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon, June M, at the residence ot Rev. C. C. Meek, pastor of Castellar Presbyterian -cnurcn. 4 Miss Jeannette Decker, sister ot tho bride, was bridesmaid and Mr. Fred Lam- jeeh, brother of the groom, was best man Wanota Card Club. The Waneta Card club met at the home of Mrs. E. Knott Thursday afternoon. Prises were won by Mrs. Wlnquest and Mrs. W, Rice and Mrs. J. Bemlsh. The next meeting will be in two weeks with Mrs. O. W. Johnson. Delta Gamma Picnic Active members ot the Delta Gamma sorority gave a picnic at Elmwood park Thursday evening, followed by dancing at Happy Hollow. Those present were; Misses Dunbar-Balph Wedding. The wedding of Miss Haiti Mary Ralph find Mr. Arthur Benton Dunbar was cele aerated Wednesday evening at 8:30 o'clock St the home of the bride's grandparents. Sir. and Mrs. A. Waggoner. Rev. F. M um of Fremont, former pastor of the Haascom Park Methodist church ot this eJty. asslattd by Mr. John F. Dale, of- imaieo. t'reccxiing me ceremony Dr, Jennie Calfas sang "All for Thee," and was accompanied on the piano by Miss Krma Buck, who also played the Mendel., John wedding march for the bridal party Th bride wore cream charmeuse. draped with cream chiffon trimmed with Varl trimmings. The veil was held -place by lilies of tho valley and she car tied a shower of lilies of the valley and Jbrlde's rosea. The only ornament worn isras a cameo pin and pearl livelier, gifts si ma groom. MUs Bess Dunbar ot Fremont, sister pt the groom; was maid of honor and oro a gown of pink obarmeuse. She carried a shower ot brldesmald'a roses. Jdlss Jeanette Wilcox was flower girl. Mr. ,John Moller of Fremont was best man nd the ribbons were stretched by Messrs. -Fred Walrath and Bruce Eldridge. Mas ter Ceorgle Dennis, who was ring bearer, carried the ring in a pink rose, which jjyas tho center of an anchor of lilies ot "the valley. This same anchor was car- jrled by the bride's mother twenty-nine reara ago at her wedding. After the ceremony a reception waa Tirld. Altlnjf in the rooms were Misses Ruby Fraxler, Jeane Watson. Florence 'Bbearer, Beulab Fraxler, June Qrevy, Clara. Barnes, Cultra Kirk, Hoyt ad Mesdaraes Ryan, Straight, Frank TOalo and Y. M. Pond. Ur, osA Mrs. Dunbar left for an iff BENSON METERS COST LESS .Good Citizens' Day Inhabitants of Village Pay About $3 Less Than Omaha. to Be Celebrated Sunday Afternoon Good Citizens day will be celebrated Sunday at Hanscom park. The cere monies will start at S:30 p, m. and the order of the exercises, with I. J. Dunn presiding, will be "America," by alii prayer, Rev. J. a Ebersole; address of the day, Hon. R. L. Metcalfe; address. Charles S. Elgutter; address, John I. Kennedy; song, "Star 8pangled Banner;" assembly and benediction by Rv. M. B. Williams. A large chorus of members of the Bar oca union, In charge of Prof. Krats, wltl lead the audience In song. The meet- thus getting them cheaper than the I Ing promises to be well attended and this Water board got them from the factory will be the lost public appearance that FIRST COST TO VILLAGE 18 LESS Dur In Tirenty-Flve Lots from Local Flrnt for !, Money Than Hott ell Pnlcl When Iluylnir Three Cnrlomln nt n Time. The town of Benson charges Its' people tf.M for water meters, while the Omaha Water board charges Its customers ill. 25 for the same meter. It Is not so strange, for the town of Benson buys Its meters from the United 8tates Supply house In Omaha In lots of twenty-rive at a time. i CANNING SEASON IS AT HAND Pineapples and Strawberries Gone and Cherry Season About Over. PLUMS AND APRICOTS ARE HERE Watermelon on the Mnrltet New Potatoes Cost More Meats Are HlKher, While nntter and Eggs Are Chenper. Mr. Metcalfe will make In Nebraska prior to assuming his new duties at the Pan ama canal. by buying them In carload lots, three carloads at a time. How It happened that the Water board had to pay more per meter for three carloads when buy ing them from the factory, than Benson has to pay per meter wrien buying them In little lots of twenty-flvo meters at a time, has not been explained by the board. The .board never busied Itself about pxnlnlnlns' thin, but busied Itself nnrl Tnhn T. ninmn am rrh at figuring out how much It would have ninth street, were married at the home of to chnrge the customcni to make good Dr. and Mrs. O. W. Pugsloy, 806 North the price It paid to the factory. The Thirty-ninth street. Thursday rvrnlnc- Baltzly Besides W. A. MISS EVELYN TAYLOR AND JOHN L STAMP MARRY Miss Evelyn Taylor, Plattsmouth. Neb., result Is that the Omaha customers have j at 8:30 o'clock by Rev. O. D. while of Kountze Memorial church. to pay over lit for the meters, Benson consumrrs pay only t8.D0. the mother of the bride, Mrs. Of course tho cost of Installation Is J Taylor, and the parents of the groom, something In Omaha. The Water board j Mr. and Mrs. Jerglon Stamp, there were figures that work Is worth 60 cents per a number of friends present, both from hour. Then It hires men to Install tho j Plattsmouth and this city, meters. Does It pay these men 60 cents per hour for Installing meters? No. These men are Installing meters foe tho Water board at the magnificent salary of 165 per month. That means $2.60 per day for twenty-six days In a month. When tho employe has worked four hours and ten minutes he has earned the 12.50, for the board, -which he gets from the board, but the board continues to use the employe for tho rest of the day, just the same Whether or not there Is an account on the books of tho Water board headed "Profits Made Out of Employes" has not been made public. In Lincoln. ler mother will visit her during the monlh of August, before leav ing for Oregon, where she and Mr. Rus sell will make their future home with their son, Mr. A, M. Russell. Horning Coffee for Guests. sirs. W. Rlghter Wood and Miss Martha Dale entertained at a coffee from 10 to 11 o'clock this morning at the home of their parents, Mr, 1 and Mrs. J. P. Date, on South Thirty-first street, In honor of their guests. Miss Louise Knox of Hart ford, Conn., and Mrs. Ruth Blntord Buck of Marshalltown, la. A profusion of pink rose's were used In decoration and those assisting were Mesdames Harvey MIDI- ken, William R. Wood, Paul Burleigh, Austin Collett, Lee Kennard, Selwyn Doherty, Oeorge Laler, Fred Dale, Wind sor Mcgeath, Clifford Calkins, Misses Dorothy Dale, Nan Murphy and Alice Kennard, At Happy Hollow. Miss Carol Howard and Miss Haul Howard entertained at a 'bridge party this afternoon at the club. Oarden flow, era were used. In decoration and fifty guests' were present, Dinner reservations for Saturday even ing at Happy Hollow have been made by C. Harrington, who will entertain six guests; W. it McFarland, four, and Dr. J. C. Hammond, ten. For Visitors. Mrs. Samuel Roes, Jr., has Issued invi tations for a tea from 4 to 6 o'clock next Wednesday afternoon at her home In honor of Miss Whiting and Miss Hoi- man, Pleasures Past. Miss Renee Redman of Salt Lake City. who Is visiting Dr. and Mrs. John E. Pulver, was honor guest at a small luncheon given today by Miss Elizabeth Flcktns at her home. Must. Stay on Wagon Year to Get Share of Mother's Estate William and Charles Orlce of Albright must abstain from drinking Intoxicating liquors for ono year except on a physi cian's prescription, If they are to re ceive $1,333 each from the estate of their mother, Mrs. Emma Orlce. Her will, writ ten two yeap ago, containing, this pro vision, was filed In the office of Clerk Sunblad ot the. county court. Mrs. Mable Daly, a daughter of Mrs. Qrlcc, Is execu trix of the will and It will be her duty to see that the Instructions of her mother are-carried out The Instrument says that If either of the two men "con tinue to use liquor" In any form except for medicinal purposes his share shall be withheld until he shall have abstained from drinking for at least one year. The Pugsley home was decorated In green and white and the table flowers were carnations and daisies. Mr. and Mrs. Stamp will be at home, 4212 Grant street, after August 1. WILL GUILD TALKS TO THE MANUFACTURES' COMMITTEE W. H. Guild, secretary of the Bureau of Publlo Safety of the Union Pacific, lamea 10 me umana Manufacturers' as sociation Friday noon on safeguarding workmen. He advised the members of tho association to Join the National Bureau of Public Safety, which Is carry Ing on an educational campaign to do away with hazardous machinery and carelessness in the workshop. The association received tho resignation of Ward C. Glfford, the secretary, with regret. Action will be taken on the resignation at the next meeting. Pineapples and strawberries have bode farewell to the local market and cherries are about In their last consignment. A few of the latter are left and are selling at 10 cents a box, but the supply will last only a few days more. Gooseberries, too, have gone. The fruits that have come to take their places are peaches, plums, apricots and watermelons. All of these are still high, peaches retailing at $1.35, and plums and apricots at $1.60 a case. Watermelons have remained at 2 cents a pound since they came In. Cantaloupes, however, are cheap, selling at b, and 10 cents apiece. Loganberries are lift cents a box, red raspberries are 20 cents a box; black berries are 10 cents a box and black rasp berries are IVi cents a pint, or 15 cents a quart. New potatoes have advanced 40 cents a bushel In the last two days, retailing now at 2 cents a pound, white old pota toes have declined to 60 cents a bushel. Albert King, manager of Hayden Bros, grocery department, Bays the commission houses can't give old potatoes away, sell ing them to grocers who will pay the freight on them. Butter has declined from 32 to 80 cents a pound and eggs have dropped 2 cents a dozen, selling now at 18 cents. Green peas have dropped to 6 cents a quart. Wax and green beans are 7H cents a pound. Beets, carrots, turnips and rhubarb aro 4 bunches for a nickel. Rad ishes are 6 bunches for a nickel. Head, ltttuce sells at three heads for a nickel. New cabbage Is E cents a head. Toma toes are "Vt cents a pound. Cucumbers sell three for a dime. There, Is no spin ach on the market. Meats havo advanced again this week, pork mutton and smoked meats having risen a cent a pound. Beef remains the same. Spring chickens have declined from 35 cents a pound to 32 cents. Peddlers Must Use Standard Scales John Grant Pegg, city sealer of weight and measures, will begin to enforce a new law which requires that all peddlers hay measures of the standard approved by the United States bureau of standards. "The long, narrow measure must go," said Pegg. "Monday we will begin, round ing up peddlers who use them. .A nefl law is now In effect which prohibits thi use of such measures." SUES FOR LAND HE SAYS HE THOUGHT HE BOUGHT Sherman Chlnberg has brought suit In district court against Helnrlch Dresser for $300, alleging that he bought what raj thought was fourteen acres of land -iv Florence from the defendant, but thn, there were only ten acres In the tract Hs paid $5,000 for It Key to the Situation Bee Advertising. AVOID IMPUREMILK for Infants and Invalids Oat 11 0 R LI O IC'-fi It means the Original and Genuine MALTED MILK The Food-Drink for all Ages Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form. Forinf ants, invalids snd growing children. Puremitrition,upbuildingu whole body. Invigorates nursing mothers and the aged. More healthful than tea or coffee.. Take no substitute. Ask for HORUCK'S HORLICK'S Contains Pure Milk PHOTOGRAPHS EVERY KIND L Y MAN OOaEYtERCIAX. PHOTOGRAPHER Dong. 4337. 607 Bee glflgt Fearful Slnnshter of deadly microbes occurs when throat and lung diseases are treated with Dr. King's New Discovery. 60c and 31.00. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement. BSH SSBBaSBKMb( PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM , CiMnMl uxl IxauiUflM til tula FronoUi a mxuUst novta. If t Tor nils xo jinnn V71 iiur xo iia lavuuvi wwr PrcrmU bur falllnr. wy. ami tl.ooat prncgirti, . AUTO OWNERS CAN PERFORM ACT OF CHARITY TODAY Among the Inmates of the House of Hope are several helpless people who de sire to attend the ehut-ln picnic, but up to this time Rev. Charles W. Savldge has been unable 'to secure the needed transportation and help that will be necessary to convey these folks out to the park. He needs about five or six automobiles and one auto truck with about three strong men to lift two heavy and helpless patients Into the vehicle. "It certainly would be an act of charity for auto owners, who can spare their machines a little while Saturday, to put them at the disposal of these poor un fortunates," said Mr. Savldge, "and It will mark the occasion as a big day In the lives of these patients to bo able to get out for anything, so grand to them, as an open-air picnic." ON SALE SATURDAY Beautiful Trimmed Panamas, $3.9 $3.98 -Only --$3.98 50 styles trimmed with Pure White Breasts, Pure White Wings and fine flowers, me dium and small sizes. Pure White Tagal Hats Daintily trimmed with Ribbons and Flowers, worth $7.50, Q QO at tUltV Thos. Kilpatrick & Co UnusualOccurrcnccsSaturdav Mltses ltuth Could, Ida Darlow, Iluth Clark, I.oulse Curtts. Oretchtn Williams, Haiel Howard, Messrs. Carol Howard, Margaret Guthrie. Helen Chesney, Mary Zimmerman, Loa Howard. Jennie Vndeland, Messrs. 8 O'CLOCK. of SALE NO. 1 Clarence Slbbernsen, Philip Payne. Dana Van Dusrn, Harry Carpenter, Brandon Howell. Philip McCullough, Howard Qllfoll, wilt Prentiss. nanaou uurtis, I'aul ariswoia. Ed Undeland, In and Out of the Bee Hire. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn C. Wharton have returned from a stay ot several weeks In New York. Miss Elltabeth Bertsch left yesterday evening for an extended visit to relatives In eastern Indiana. Mrs. Ben B. Hurst of Westboro, Mo., who came for the Hatsrd-Chaie wed ding Wednesday, has returned home. Mlie Margery Becket has gone to Smith college to attend the commencement ex ercises, after which she will visit college friends for two months. Misses Bdna and Mabel Walworth have gone to Ohio for the summer and will spend most of the heated term on a farm near Kinsman. Enroute they will visit relatives In Iowa. Mr. David a M. Unger of Chicago la the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Burd F, Mil ler 617 Davenport street He is en route to California where he will spend the nest two months lecturing. Mlas Ida Willis left Thursday for IJn coin, where she will spend the following iwo weexa witn Misa uall Howard, a former Omaha girl. She will then leave for Colorado, where she will spend the remainder ot the summer. Mrs. W. B, Howard, wife of Stats Au dltor Howard, will spend the next two wwks visiting friends In Omaha. She has just returned from a three weeks' visit with her parents. Itev. and Mrs. E. A. nuasell in Ord, Neb., to her new bom 300 pairs "Women's Shoes and Pumps, in tan, patent, gray Moire, gray veloozo, black suede and dull leather. $5.00 grades most of them, $1.95 Saturday. REASON Lanes discontinued. Models, however, are now, of fine quality. They should go out very fast. You'll miss some good things if you defer your visit till tho afternoon. A Dollar Bag Sale which will arouse interest. Long grain seal leather, colors and black. Good values ordi narily at $1.50 and $2.00, $1.00 Saturday. At, tho Toilet Goods Section A regular size can of Taloum Powder, various odors, for 5c. Just tho weather, I'm thinking, for Talcum Powder, Lyons Powdor, 11c, instead of 20c. Pears' Scented Soap, 3 cakes to box, lie a cake, usually 20c Happening at Thomas Kilpatrick Co. Children's Section Middy Blouses, 50c each. Summer Hats of Katine, Repp and Silk, $1.00, instead of $2.50. Sunbonnots at 15c and 25c. Dresses, neatly tailored styles, white and colored, 98c. Gorman Dresses and Aprons, Dutchy, but sweetly cunning, $1.00 and upwards. You should see them anyway. Sheer "White Petticoats, neat' lace trimming, 8 to 16 years lengths, $1.39, instead of $3.00. Baby Dresses, 69c, instead of $1.50. $15i00 Junior Suits, $9.75, for vacation or early fall LOOK A Curtain Sale Monday. Shown in East "Window. Glove Sale at 9 A. M. Chamoisette and Silk, many beautifully em broidered ; bought to sell at $1.50, will go at 89c 'Twould seem as if "a remnant of all had been saved" so varied is the assortment of ENDS OP SILK which go on sale at 10 a. m. Saturday. Silks which sold in the regular way at 75c to $1.50, all at one price, 39c. NONE OUT You'll buy the length please, and it will please you to buy it WE WILL COLLAR AND BOX MEN SAT URDAY. All prevailing good styles of collars, made by one of the big Troy concerns. Put up 6 in a box. A BOXING MATCH YOU SHOULD ENJOY, 6 for 49c. Fine Mercerized Suits for Men. "Madowell" and Piqua brands. $2.00 was the price, Satur day, $1.39. These are UNION SUITS. In the Cool Basement Some hot attractions. Ratine Tfaye, a very popular 50c fabric, 29c Printed Flaxon floral designs, 10c Sat. Double Bed Sheets, 39c and 49c Saturday. Embroidered Cases in boxes, 69 C, instead of 85c, Thomas Kilpatrick & Co. r